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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 August 1902

THfl XCVRFOLK NEWS : FIUDAY. AMm TRT ft 1902. .notorious Bandit , Surrounded and Wounded , Kills Himself. BODY FOUND WITH THE DAWN. Battles With Posse on Night Before In Effort to Escape Deputy Sheriff | and Four Citizens Win the Reward. Dies by His Own Hand. Spokane , Wash. , Aug. 7. Harry JTrncy , the notorious outlaw , whoso cs- cnpadca have filled the nation for the jrnst sixty days , lies dead in Daven port , the county scat of Lincoln coun ty. Sheriffs' posses and others are disputing the ownership of his body. Sheriff Cudlhco of Seattle , who came across the state to take up the long And twilling chriBP , positively identi fied the outlaw at the Inquest ycut'cr- tiny. The death was Intensely tragic. For two days Tracy had terrorized Iho occupants of the Eddy ranch , out In the Lnko crook country , three miles Jrom the llttlo siding of Follows , on the Central Washington railroad. Then flvo determined citizens of Crcs- ton , hearing of his presence there , 4ook their rifles an...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 8,1002 , The boat oleomargarine , uncolored , looks just llko lard , and that beats It Nature la full ofvlso provisions. iWlves do their worst cooking when they are young and good looking. Wo have found It this year moro bother and work to take proper care tot one aero of onions than twenty acres of corn. I When the time comes thnt the Amer ican people will take as much Interest In good roads , as they do In a prize- light wo will have butter wheeling. ' The successful dairyman will never figure on how cheaply he can keep his cows , but ruther on how much nutri tious , milk producing food he can get them to cat " i | The dairymaid of the twentieth cen tury Is a husky young fellow lu over alls and rubber boots manipulating the complicated machinery of the mod ern creamery. No poetry about him. 1 The isolation and quiet of farm llfo are not always conducive to godliness , for some pretty mean schemes are oc casionally hatched up by the son of toil as...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FH1DAY , AUGUST 1,1902. If Nebraska wns endeavoring to shako . .T. Bryan out of the stnto what won California trying to ilo ? Nebraska takes off bor lint to Cali fornia as a producer of superior article In the onrtbqnako Hue , ICannoR IB getting some hot winds nnrt Uobnwkans hope they may keep them At homo ixnd not allo\y them to stray across the lino. After the base bull SOIXGOU IB over tbo people will " lutorcBtod lu watching the actor , and nctrcsBcn endeavoring to make r , grand stand play on the stage. A very simple person of today could lonoh Solomon worlds of wisdom of which that gentlemen had not oven dreamed , could bo again visit this earth. The Pierce Gall considers thnt W. L. Mote of Plalnvlow would bo an accept- nblo republican candidate for utato sou- ntor from this district if ho would con sent to allow the use of his name in that connection. The English people are not as enthusi- nstlo over the preparation for tbo corona tion of King Edward as they...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 August 1902

Tl.TT"wrVRTnTi ? NTNVR : FRIDAY. AI IP. 11ST ft. OOooQOooGOooOOooOOoooOooOO p o | "AS LfZA LOVED | I THE KING" | g By Curran R. Grccnlcy o O Copyright , 1002 , by the 2 8. 8. McClure Company 0 OOOoOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOoOOoOCO The old red brick mansion stood up prluily , Its harsh outlines of uncompro mising squareness half hidden by a riot of Guelder roses that climbed and threw long green arms of loveliness around the small diamond panes of the windows. A straight box bordered path led down to the gate through an ave nue of beeches where the sunlight fell In lance rifts down upon the blue grass fresh with the green of May Maytime lu old Kentucky in the year of our Lord 1833. Beyond the rustic goto a broad , .whlto road ran from cast to west. Those were strange processions that wound along the great \ highroad , the artery of trade from the east over the Allcgbanlcs to Kentucky and the south ern country that lay beyond In the gate way of the wilderness long trains of white covered wagons ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 August 1902

NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. AUGUST 8.1902. The September Fair is Favor ably Considered. WOODMEN ARE ENTHUSIASTIC At n Mooting of Camp Last Evonlng It Was.Docldcd to Hold District Picnic. The Soliciting Committee Has Good Success In Securing Subscriptions. From BntnnUy' * Unlly : The committee on flnanco , consisting of M. O. Walker , W. B. Vnll ruid 0. K. Hartford , Interviewed business mou you- tordixy in regard to raising money for tlio purpose of giving n Mr and Woodmen's district plonlo in September. Much encouragement was rooolvod at the hands of those BOOH and by evening $101,00 ] hud boun subscribed. It IB figured that it will bo necessary to raise $500.00 by popular subscription to give n three days' fair that will bo a credit to the olty , besides the money that will bo collected for concessions. At the spoolal mooting of Norfolk ciimp No.103 , Modern Woodmen of America , hold lust evening , it WOH de cided to accept the invitation of the business mou to hold the dlfltrlot ploni...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 8 , 1902 , 0 Shaffer Balks in the Eighth and Quits. COULD NOT BEND THE UMPIRE , Shaffer Was Alone In His Kick and the Crowd Was With Umpire Turn cr Saturday's Game Won by the Locals 0 to 4. From Monday's Dally : Yesterday's performance with Ran dolph came to a sudden end in the eighth by Shaffer , captinn of the visitors , refusing to play and the Ecore , as do oided by Umpire Dad Turner , stands 0-0 in favor of the locals. When things stopped each team had five squares to its credit. r The etory of the dispute is this. There were two out and Dyers on second. Graves sent a liner to third which wns llqlded above the iirat basemen's head making it a passed ball. Byers went to third on the hit and to home on the pass ball. "When he started home the ball was thrown to the plate to out him off , but went wild of the catcher and Byers scored. Meanwhile , on the same plays , Graves went to third. The umpire called Byers safe at home be cause , he said , t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 August 1902

TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 8. 1902. WEDNESDAY WRINKLES , W. J , Oo\v wns In 1'lnlnvlow ycHturduy onJ. . llorsholsor was in O'Nolll yonlor- Any on bunlm'sn , Victor Patterson will loixvo this evenIng - Ing for Onllfornln. Krnost Brldyo week on btiBliHrM. Olmn. II. Johnson Is doing bnnlnoim in llnrtlnRton today , 15. H. Gurney of Wliuldo wna in tbo city yofltordny on business. W. A. WitzlRnmu of Meadow Orovo \tia In tbo olty on buBlnoHH. Mrs. 0. 0. Ball ban ROIIO to Long Pine for a two weeks' visit. Miso Mao Olnoy is spending n few days with Mitts Muttlo Duvonport. D. Bftum loft yostortlay for Now York Oitv to buy a Htook of fall Roods. Mifls Grnco Murphy of MlBsonrl Valley - ley IH tbo Kiiost of Mru , A. J. Hoyol of South Norfolk. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dunlovy of Til- dun nro visiting nt tbo homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Lnllmrt. Pllgor Baptists nro to erect n now churoh , n car of brick for tbo foundation having boon rooolrod. Mrs. J. M. Parker will leave tomorrow - morrow for Br...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUdUST 8 , 1002 , 11 Time and Tide Wait for No Man. YOU DON'T NEED to have ' anybody wait for yon when you carry a time piece from tin , IF YOU CAN'T TELL tbo time exactly at any iniunte of the tiny , any day In the year , your watch needs doctoring , Wo arc vratch doctors. HONEST WATOH WORK will bear the closest scrutiny and severest test that's the hind wo do. do.OUR OUR PRICES arc as low an can bo made consistent with the quality of work done and the ex cellence of the service rendered. G. F. W. MARQUARDT , JEWELER , r NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. Dr. Marquardt , Eyes Examine ! Glasses Filled. Correct Fit Guaranteed , NOHFOLK , NKIIKASICA Looking for a Home. The Elkhorn B. and S. Association loans most of the money required to ob tain a home at low rates of interest and small monthly payments. T.'E. ODIORNE. PARISH This is a good time to tell yon about tea. We have a new crop Uncolored - ored Japan Tea , especial ly good for iced tea. We are selling it at GOc...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 August 1902

TCTE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 8 , 1902 , Catholics Express Confidence in Administration's Fairness , SYMPATHY FOR THE FRIARS. Federation Commends Their Work for Religion nnd Humanity Atlan tic City Chosen ns Next Meeting I Place Old Offlcoro Re-Elected. Chicago , AUB , 8. The temper of the convention of the Federated Cnth- ojlii ( societies rolntlvp to Archbishop Irolnml'B warning not to Interfere wltli the Philippine question was put to a * tfot nt the closing { tension. John T. Keating , a national odlcor of the III- boraUnu , altered a HiibntltutQ rcs9)u- ) tloa for thono previously brought be fore the meeting , Mr. Kqatbff prp- posed that the dologntos dum\ln \ , itljo friars and the Philippine Hcliool , quwi. lions with a more oxproimlou , of Baths- faction with the manner In which the subject ID being handled by the Vati can and the atlmlnlntratlon. Tlila waa along the lines advised hv Arch bishop Ireland. Whou a motion on the substitute WHS put there was but ono atllrmn...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

' * ' V . \ THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL. , , , , . NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY AlKiUST 15 1002. Army of the Isles In Line at Council Bluffs. TWENTY THOUSAND LOOK ON. Ex-Soldiers of Two Wars March Before - fore Cheering Throngs Great Mil * ' Itary Spectacle of Army of Philip pines Society at Lake Manawa. Council Bluffs , Aug. 15. The sham battle , the concluding function of the T third annual reunion of the National Society , Army of the Philippines , at tracted n crowd of 25,000 people to Lake Manawa last nvenlng. The Im mense throngs that crowded the field on which the mimic battle took place made the prearranged evolutions of the troops Impossible. Once under { way , however , the battle progressed much according to program and end ed , as planned , In the capture or daughter of the Filipinos nnd the destruction of their village. From 11:30 : to 12:30 : the soldiers ot Ihe Philippines marched the streets of Council Bluffs , while 20,000 people paid them homage. With them IT GENERA...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

' . . . ftifi frOliFQLK ETEWSt FRIDAY , AUGUST ] 5. 1902. Thcflo'ttfolklSleuus W , N , UUBUJ. 1'UbllBhor. DAILY. KtUbllitietl. 1SS7 , XTrr clay tiropt Umiilnjr , Hr carrier per r tk , IS o nti , HI mull | > er jeiir , W,00 , WKEKLY 1IKW8-JOU11NAL. Tt N w , it bll.lie ) , mi. Tli Jonrnnl , niUhllthed 1877 Xrrj FrliUi. ll/ mull i > r rear , II.W. & > Ur l t tha Po toule nt Norfolk , Nob. , ni McoadeliM mutter , > Deii rtmenl , No. tt | ailuMi OOlo * nd Job Roomi , No. SM. REPUBLICAN TICKET , Stnto. For Gorernor JOHN II , MICKBT folk For LtontflumU Governor K. 0. WcOiLTON Donglni ForTreainrer PBTKU WonTKNfiON Vnlley For Becretnn of Btnto G. A. MABHH Hlelmrdion For Awlltor CnABLiia WESTON Blicrlilan For BnporlntcnJeut of Pnbllc loftrncllon WILLIAM K , Foni.sn WnililtiRton For Attorney flonornl FBANK N , VDOUT -Ingo For liBuiCommlMlonpr \ aBOttOBU.FoLi.URn Nncliollp Congrosslonnl , , For CoiiRretimRti , Third District JOHN J. MCCAUTIIY Dlxon Senatorial Convention. The rci...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

I THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 15 , 1002 , 'Omaha Man Chosen to Highest Position in Order. FIGHT FOR NEXT MEETING PLACE Contest Narrows Down to Saratoga Springs and Baltimore Grand Lodge Meeting at Salt Lake City Draws Thousands. Salt Lake , Aug. 13. Utah and Salt Lake city extended a royal welcome to the hosts of visiting Elks at the Mor- .moil tabernacle yesterday Facing many thousands of members of that .fraternity , representatives of every section of the country , Judge 0. W. Powers of Salt Lake bade them wel come to the city and all It contained , while Governor Hebor M. Wells laid r before them as their own the state of lUtah and the riches thereof. The meeting , which followed an immense military and civic parade , marked the formal opening of the annual reunion of the grand lodge of Elks and was attended - tended by Elks in such numbers that even the capacity of the great hall of worship was taxed to its utmost. Elks were present from practically every state in the Un...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

THE XOIIFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 15 , 1902 , Third Annual Reunion Begins at Council Bluffs. PRESIDENT 8END3 GREETINGS of Ex-Soldiers Who Saw Serv ice In Islandi Gather to Renew Com * radeshlp of War Daya and Friend ships of Peace , Council Bluffs , Aug. 14. The third annual reunion of the Society of the JArmy of the Philippines began In this city yesterday , with nearly 2.000 dele gated and veterans In attendance. { After a brief reception early In the tfay , the society was called to order In Arcanum hall by the president. Gen eral Irving Halo. Following the nd- flrcBB of General Halo , roullno busi ness was taken up , the session lasting greater part Of the afternoon. A telegram from President Iloosq- Tclt read as follows : "iWmlt me to express to the members of the Society or the Army of the Philippines my treat regret that my engagements make It Impossible- me to attend Ihclr third annual reunion. Naturally 2UIKUDIKB GENERAL CHAULE3 KINO , those of us who served In Cuba look ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 15,1902 , 'A Bqucnklng windmill doesn't seem to some men. 'An Irrigating plant In Arizona costIng - Ing $3,000,000 has developed farm and orchard lands worth $30,000,000. Sick hens and sick sheep aru best killed as soon as possible , and wo are inclined to put the sick hog with them also. "More and better work and less land" Is the motto which should bo hung up In one-half of the farm homes pf the country. Orchard cultivation lifter the 1st of July should be avoided , as It tends to Induce a growth of wood which cannot fully mature before winter. What 'food ' thirty sheep will eat on the average farm would largely be oth erwise wasted. The only trouble about keeping them Is the question of fenc ing. We know of a young fellow In the country who has rigged up his harness { with as many as forty rings , and ho can get all the girls ho wants to go riding with him. The state of Now York has placed a ban upon the shooting of live pigeons by the sportsmen...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST J5,1902. I 4 A Chlcngo paper knlfo Is n dangerous port , of Implement , or If the ordinary pnpor kulfo IB WK-tl the Ixxly of n Ohl cngoau must bo an exceedingly delicate ntTalr. The political pot , state nnd congres- nlonal.lB . simmering and It Is believed tlmt It will soon bo brought to the boiling l > olnt , when politicians will feel more nt homo. The South Dakota republicans con- sldor the popnllfltB of that fltflto of BO llttlo consequencethntthey ivro allowing them to Buy what they please without deigning nu answer. Governor Savage exprosBOS warm admiration - miration of Oregon and hints that the utato may become MB homo after his term of olllco expires. WOKO thiugH 1mvo hnppouod to Nobrneka. A Missouri mob indicated that it could nt least bo Impartial by hanging a white man as well as n negro. The white man probably did not seek the distlno- tion , nor nek to bo made an example of. Alaska isn't BO Blow when it comes to earthquakes and Am...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

THE NORFOLK. NEWS : FRIDAY , AlKUW 15 , 1002 , WHEN DALTON \ WENT EAST § By JAMES ALLISON $ Jjj Copyright , 1001 , by A. S. Hlchardson * , 6J Dalton entered Mrs. Murray's pur chases In the daybook and then went back to his desk and the letter. | Ho drew It from the pigeonhole of Imitation walnut and turned It slowly from sldo to sldo as if ho were { rytn § to match the polo gray tint from his scant rlbbpn stock , lie looked curious ly at the deeper gray scaling wax. Ho [ was always very careful not to break the seal when he opened her letters. , Ho liked to study the stately "n" . which hid what she said to him from the bustling , impertinent world. I Not that he had received many such missives. There were Just four In all , nnd he knew them by heart Ho rend this last one slowly and for the third time : Frank Dalton , Esq. , President School i Board District No. 11 : * I Suhuncho County , Colo. Dear Sir Replying to your favor of the 23d , stating that your board had acted fa vorably...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , AUGUST 15,1902 , iA Much was Accomplished by the Norfolk Committee. HOW OMAHA WOMEN WORKED IT Vacant Lots Converted Into Vegetable nt l Flower Qnrdons thnt Formerly Wcro Strongholds For Weeds and Rubbish. Under tlioinflnoncoof thoolvln beauty coiniulttoQ of the Commercial club tliero has boon n uotlcablo chnngo In the tip * poanuico of | ) roiortypublio and private , In Norfolk this netison. LIIWIIH nnd Kimlons ( tint wore permitted to go to woods lust Benson liuvo boon given euro fttl attention , the pivrldiiR along the HtroetH 1ms boon n ] thing of oriminuut and bonuty , strootfl and alloys have boon kept eleanor nml nontor.niil | [ ( other notable improvements have tnkon plneo , It is not known , outHidoJ of the ollcring of prizes , what method the committee Ins purHuod , but it has boon very HUO cosnfnl and a ride through Jtho ntroctw prt'HontH n panoramlo view of lawiw , parks and gardens of which any city might bo proud. The work that iniRht bo done...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; PHI DAY , AUdUST 15 , 1902. 9 Father Avenges His Daughter's Wrongs , INTENDED VICTIM IS A BARBER The Condition of the Man Assnultec Was Critical at Last Reports and He May Not Recover Father Gives Himself Up. From Batnnlny's Dally : The towii of Oreightn , north of hero was Btirred from center to clrcnmferonoo yesterday about 4:20 : by the attempting of a sensational murder , the victim being - ing Elmer Finsou , n barber , nged 20 , and the man who did the shooting was W. S. Wanzer and his homo is at Plain- view. Wanzer has given himself np to the officers and makes no denial of his hand in the matter but says that he ex pects to prove that he was fully justified in doing as ho did. It is intimated that the motive prompting Wanzer to the crime was Fiuson's actions regard ing Wonzer's daughter. He alleged that Finson had been pay ing court to his 10-year-old daughter and that he had been unduly intimate with her and refused to make matters right. Finson was in his...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 15 , 1902 , To be Held In Norfolk During September. A NEW EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Decided to K ° Aliond With the Attrac tion mid Mnko n Dig Tlmo of It for Thrco Dnys Mooting of the Now Committee This Afternoon. From \VH > nNHli jr' Onllj Norfolk will Imvo a Woodmen's plo- nlo luul street fulr , continuing three days , at dotes to bo Hxod hy the oxoou- tlvo committee. There was n fnlrly good representation of business moil nt the meeting of the Commercial club last avoiiiuKi n d It was decided to give the fair nml plonlo , provided the re quired amount of funds can bo raised. The meeting wan presided over by President Lulkart and W. N. Huso served as secretary pro-torn. The chairman ot the executive com- nilttoo of the club , to whom had boon referred the matter of holding a picnic and fair , reported that his committee was uuablo to undertake the rosponslbll- Hy of looking after the details of the at traction , for the reason that Hovornl of the...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

A Tltti NOlU'OLlt NfeWSr FRIDAY , AUfJUST 15 , 1002 , Jl Time and Tide Wait for No Man. YOU DON'T NEEfo to have anybody wait for yon -when yon carry a time piece from us. IF YOU CAN'T TELL the time exactly at any minute of the day , any day in the yonr , your watch needs doctoring. Wo are watch doctors. HONEST WATCH WORK will bear the closest scrutiny and severest test -thut's the kind wo do. do.OUR PRICES are as low as can be made , consistent with the quality of work done and the ex cellence of the service rendered. GF.W.MftRQUflRDT , . . , r JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. Dr. Marquardt , Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitte Correct Fit Guaranteed. NORFOLK , NEBBASE „ Looking for a Home. The Elkhorn B. and S. Associatic loans most of the money required to ol tain a home at low rates of interest an small monthly payments. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH HAVE YOU SEEN the New Self-Sealing Fruit Jar ? It is supplanting all others wherever introduced "We will be glnd to show them. We have ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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