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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 12 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , SEPTUMBEK12 , 1902. Atrocities Committed by G lom- bian Revolutionists. t SOLDIERS ARE KEPT ON MOVE , Government Troops Do Not Know Where to Expect Attack Suffer. Defeat at Santa Marta Crlols Be- | Jleved to De at Hand. Kingston , Jamaica , Sept. 11. The Britlbii Hiciiuier William Cliff reached Jieio Horn Uolon. Her olllcers report ed considerable activity on both sides cf lliu iHtlinviiB , when the voauol loft Colon .Monday , and that thu rovolu- tloniBta had occupied Culebra and wore advaucliu ; in strength. General Jicrrora Is said to ho hi command of the i evolutionary forced , which ucum to hu conccnti tiling at a polut midway between I'ananlu and Colon. There iiro Btiuug government lorccs at each end of thu railroad. Owing to thu fact that thu government duua not Unow whore to expect an attach , It keeps thu soldiers moving along thu forty inllub of tallroad. Thu ruvolutlonlBts gained posBiiSHlon of Culchra without opposition. Thu government la main...

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 — 12 September 1902

I TIIR NORFOLK NHWSi FRIDAY. RKPTRMRRR W. . K 1 Wo never saw sinnrtweod grow ( o n toelght of flvo feet until this year. If nil flesh Is grass , as It Is , why la not the meat cater n vegetarian nftcr oil ? There are plenty of men still living who have helped drive both cattle aud bogs to Chicago on foot The Cuban grown pineapple IB on the market tills year In large supply and at very reasonable prices. ' The tile draining of land results In making the soil dry In a wet time and moist In a dry time. It works both .ways. Meats are high priced in nil coun tries England , Germany , France , Australia everywhere save In the Ar gentine. Just so soon as a woman has learned how to make good soups not so much good meat Is thrown out to the pigs aud chickens. It Is less trouble to kill off the rabbit In the vicinity of the orchard than It Is to let the rabbits alone and try to pro tect the trees. We flnd Borne comfort In the fact that even the best farmers we know have this season more weeds...

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 — 12 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FAltAY ) , ' SEPTEMBER 12,1902. T he fiotif oik flcuis A Reason of plcannro will be com pletely nnd fully rounded ont tiy the o who will participate in the fnll cnrnlvnl in this city during the h ct week of tlitH month. If there is any Furious difference ol opinion ns to which side won in ( lionilinlo battle tlio question may bo Bottled by trying itoverngnlu with the gnnslondcd with regulation war nnununltion. Governor Savngo hns taken another clash nt his antagonist nnil the rutnrn ranncuver from the editor of the Hoc Is _ . . _ I.M 1n no-nltlitt llV n mnillllL' tlmt delights In tlio pollto Billingsgate being employed on both sides. The startling news In ( lashed over the wires from the uorthenst corner of the country that Maine has gone rt'publl- can. It eclipses tlmt startling intelli gence thnt Texas may go democratic this yenr. The democrats who had hopes of gain- inn control of the coming congress are not consoled by the returns from Maine. If the election t...

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 — 12 September 1902

TJIEQNORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 12 , 1002 , Breath of Scandal By ELIAS LISLE Copyright , ICO , by A. S. UlclmnUon , Young Mrs. Vcrroll loaned on the rail of the yncht niul looked wltli dls- appointed surprise at the approaching dingey. "There arc only Hugh anil your cous in In the boat , " she announced to her guest. "Mr Cuthbert Isn't there. I'm 80 eorry. " Her Intonation Implied that the sorrow row was sympathetic rather than per sonal. Sibyl Hunch resented It. "You needn't be , Helen , " she said , the curve of her lips straightening firmly. "Why , I Invited him to come , partic ularly on your account. " r "And I wanted him not to. particu larly on my account , " said the girl. "Why , Sibyl , dear , I thought you were such great frlouds or even more. " "So did I. " There was n suspicion of tears In the bright eyes the girl turned to her friend. "So did I until until he disgraced himself. Oh , you'll know all about It soon enough any way. I may as well show you now. " She h...

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 — 12 September 1902

8 TITE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 12,1002. "The Christian" Scores a Well Deserved Hit. ABOVE THE AMATEUR CLASS Rqv. Franklin Bnkor and Miss Esther Mason In the Lending Roles nro Above Criticism A Largo and Well- Pleased Audience. From Hnturdiiy't Dnllyt "Tho OhrlHtlan" nn prononlud by looul talent under thn pnniniiul direction of llov. Franklin Bilker at tint Auditorium lust night Koorud n gratifying RIICOOHH , ItwitH played tn a house full of people rvnd was of thu bent onturtalmmmtfl nnmtour or professional , that him Imun glvtm in Norfolk ninoo tlio Auditorium was luillt. The performance > VDH for the bonimt of the railroad oluh IHHIHO of South Norfolk , the < ) onnlrucMou of which him boon uiidortiikon by thn people ple of thu Second Congregational ohurah niul thu receipts for that OIUIHO wore gratifying. The play will bo repeated during tlio nutmim foHtivnl wook.ontho night of September aa. Mr. Bukor dosorvon great orodlt for the BUCCOHB with which thn first per- f...

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 — 12 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FJIIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12 , 1002 , SATURDAY SITTINGS. Master B , Anderson cnmo down from Tildon today to enter the high Bohool. Superintendent and Mrs. O. II. Rey nolds returned today from a trip np the now F. E. & M. Y. extension an far at ) Lynch , Mr. and Mrs. Prank \V. Kmory loft today for their homo in Chicago , after a visit with Mrs. Emory's parents , Mr. and Mrs. Herman Qorecko. Miss Lottio Pilfer and brother , Curl , who have been visiting at the home of their aunt , Mrs. Bertha Pilger , for a few days , left today for Plaiuviow. Rev. W , T. Tumor , pastor of the First Congregational church , has returned from Young county , Ohio , where ho has boon visiting and attending bible Bchool for the past mouth. The barber shop of Hartford & Kuhn- ley is now established in its now locution formerly occupied by the grocery store of M. H. Collamer. The shop was moved from the Pacific block. A display of three handsome water colors has been placed in the window ...

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 — 12 September 1902

10 TIIM NORFOLK NK\VS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 12 , 1002. MAPES AND MATHEWSON. Winners of Iho Trophy Cups In Doubles Saturday. In the flnnl round of the uwnln tourney - noy played nt 'IsllO o'clock Saturday nttcrnoon , Hurt Mnpes and .1. Storrn MnthoWKon earned the trophy oujw in doubles by succ < Hsfully defeating Ho Franklin Baker mul Dr. 0. 8. IMrkor , 0 a , (1-2 ( , Jl 0 , 7-fi. ThlH tlnishod the tonrnoy Mint him boon on for the past two wookn nmong old time players , nnd gave to three of the four men who wont Into thn flnuK the prizes of the tournoy. llnkor took the single cup from Muthownon in the morning , und Mnpoa and Mnthownon cnoh got on < s Inter in the day. The match was intonating and upon tncalar. As the fourth sot wan throwi to deucee.\cltcmont grow , for it w con wdervd thftt if Parker nnd H.ikor took thnt they would have a chnneo at tin rubber , as they were growing Htrongo : constantly. Time after time the n 8ul hung by a point nud would bt ilirown lmc _ , until...

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 — 12 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY. SEITBMHEll 12. MK)2. ) 11 If You intend to Buy n Kino CJold Wutch , or anything in Jewelry , Clocks of nil kinds , Sil- vorwnro. Flatware , Silver Novi'ltio" , RPO wlmt wo luivo nud get our prices. IF YOU HAVE nny Fine Watches , Clocks or .lowolry for Repairs1 , bring thorn to us , where you will get good work douo at fixir prices. G , F , W , MftRQUARDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. If you want to huy or build n house , the Elkhoru B. & S. Asasociatiou will make you n loin ; ou fuvornble terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH TRY IDLEWILDE CREAMERY BUTTER. PARISH "Grand Free Excursion. " "Choice of Your Own Route. " Perhaps yon want to buy a "fine piano , " and hold the idea that you can make a more satisfactory selection and buy to better advantage from a large city stock or from the factory where it is made. If so , and yon will take a trip to the East , including Niagara Falls , Washington , Philadelphia , New York and Boston , getting the pr...

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 — 12 September 1902

THE NOUFOLK VEWS : PR1IUY , SEPTEMBER 12 , 1902. T canisters' Strike In Chicago la Settled by State Doa-d , TRAINMEN FORM A DIQ UNION Includes All Wcutcrn RoacU and t Test Strike to Enforce Demand for a General Increase of Twenty Per Cent Will 9oon Degln. Chicago , Sopt. 12. Arbitration ai a inciuiB of Mottling labor tnniblui proved a ilcclilctl nuuceHu In Chicane yesterday. Quo Btrlko wan settled , ono that wan turoattmod H uvcrtcd , nnd two wore lull In Hiich tthnpu thai It IB ronaoiwuly certain that they will bo ImniKht to nn end today. The dan jjor of n fumlnu thrniiKli I ho Hlrlltfl ot the packing hoimo toaniHtoni uiiil the biikory and crnckor wnKon driven now HOOIIIB n thhiK of the punt. The strike of the imckliiK hoiifl teaniHtcrs was offecllvo BO far aa the pickets of the * union , atnllnnod nil over the city , from South ChlcuRO tc the north Bide , wore able to dlmiovor nnd not n pound of ment WHH moved by Swift & Co. by wagons. The iiHiial conBlgnmontB by rail wore mad...

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 — 26 September 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL. , , , , , , . nral SOeJoly NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY SKPTEMHHU . . 20 1002. S. I Villages In Turkestan Wrecked j [ ' h by Seismic Shocks. INHABITANTS * ARE CRUSHED , { Total Number of Lives Lost Is Esti mated at One Thousand One Town Is i Completely Destroyed No Euro- I peans Among the Victims. I Berlin , Sept. 2G. A dispatch re- i -calved hero from Tashkent , capital of ] Ilusslan Turkestan , reports a torrlblo f earthquake , Aug. 22 , the shocks con- " tlnulng until Sept. 3. One hundred persons were killed at Kashgar , in eastern Turkestan , 400 In the village of Astyn , twenty at Jangl , while the town of Aksuksltcho was completely destroyed. Allahabad , India , Sept. 20. A dis patch to the Pioneer from Kashgar , eastern Turkestan , says that only a 'dozen people were killed there In the earthquake , but that the disturbances \vrecked many villages In the northern part of the province , the total num ber of persons killed being 1,000. /There / were ...

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 — 26 September 1902

TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , REITEMBEU 26 , 1902 New Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing , , . For Men Boys and Children and it is Now Ready for Your Inspection. By Fa ? the Largest Stock in ftortheasterD Nebraska Business Clothes When you buy busi ness clothes you want 'em business like in price ; but it isn't good business to have clothes that are not stylish , nor to pay too much or too little for them. We've got the fam ous Hart Schailnor & Marx suits hero for you ; and with that statement we answer every ques tion you can think to ask atkmt looks , style , tailoring , ( it and businesslike ness-like prices. You can prove the truth of all we say in five minutes ; we're waiting for you to come and see. OUR CLOTHIN PRICES ARE RIGHT , The immense stock of fine Furnish = * ing Goods you will appreciate. Every = thing that is new this season , and plenty of them. Prices always right. Overcoat Confidence Your confidence in us and in our clothing will be more than ever justified this...

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 — 26 September 1902

THE NORFOLK : NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 20,1002. It Is claimed timt the russet apples make the best vinegar not stronger , but better llavoreil. Man can build n twenty story sky- ecrnpor In a year , but he can't make a spider's web In n night. Ono of the aggravations of ago Is to have the rheumatism when the bass fishing Is good In October. In wet seasons , while n man may raise bigger crops , ho always loses more of them. August rains make n terrible waste. It Is the busiest men who always hnvo the most work to do. The tuora Bitch a man docs the moro he finds that wants doing. Considering the titanic power of the lightning stroke and Its great frequen cy during the summer months , the wonder la that more damage Is not done. With all the food In sight and all the pigs and cattle , it must bo that before many months the price of meats will get down to a figure where they will cease to be n luxury. California Is coming to the front with a new crop of growing impor tance the soft shell...

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 — 26 September 1902

d T1IK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , 8J21TEMBER 20,1002 , Higgins Is Named for Lieu tenant Governor. WA8 CRIGINALPLATTCANDIDATE New York Republicans Patch Uf Differences Platform Endorses thi Administration of President floose velt Platt and Woodruff Amicable Saratoga , N. Y. , Sept. 25. Complet Ing In thrcu hours n Btntu ticket am n platform of principled without the lonkt Indlcntlon of friction run nmldst much enthusiasm , the stntc Republican coiivontlon adjourned Him dlu. The candidates , with Uiroo ex ocptlons , ore stnto oinccra , Tnc plank ; In thu plutfonn which attracted muni attention were those proteutlnt against combinations anil trusts and the declaration for Improved canals The platform also endorsed the ad ministration of President Hoooovclt The ticket nominated \vaa : Gov crnor , 11. 13. Odoll of Orange county ; llcutonnnt governor , F. W. HlggliiE of CatUiraugua ; secretary of atnto , John P. O'llrlun of Clinton ; trena urer , John O. Wlckaur of 13rlo ; comp troller. N. I...

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 — 26 September 1902

i THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 20,1002. President Returns to Washing ton Direct from Indianapolis. Engagements in tlio West Called Off i on Account of His Illness. DUE TO PITTSFIELD ACCIDENT Brulso Then Received on Left Leg Develops Into Painful Swelling , Ne- ] cessitatlng Surgical OperatlonWhlch Is Successfully Performed. Indianapolis , Sept 24. President Roosevelt's western trip came to an untimely end In this city yesterday. Ho was found to bo suffering from a swelling In the left leg between the knee and the ankle that required 1m- mediate surgical attention , and , in stead of being taken to tlio train to r continue his Journey to Fort Wayne and Milwaukee , ho was conveyed to St. Vincent's hospital , where he was operated on. The operation occurred nt 3:45 : o'clock , and lasted only a short time , when he was taken to a private room In the hospital to rest. After taking a light luncheon at 7:50 : p. ni. he was conveyed on a stretcher to his i train , which had been b...

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 — 26 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 20 , 1H02. The ftorfolk flecas No 0110 who enjoys the pleasures and COinfOltH Of life Will fall tO moot With Norfolk for three days of fun mid frolic next week. You inny have to wnlt long nnd trnvol far to enjoy the three-days' holldny the c < iuivl of that to bo Riven by Norfolk next week. You will ronrot it If you inisilt. Don't miss it. Mr. Kosowntor IK perhaps cortnln thnt Dnvu Mercer wns in Omnha i\t ono tlnio oven though ho linn not boon thoroughly convinced thnt ho is n permanent rt'Hl- dent of thnt city. Tom Heed muht hnvo hnd n smoother \\-ny of getting rid of the spenkurHhip thnn hnd D. B. IlenderHon. No ono cured to Intinmto thnt there wnH nn ulterior motive in llced'H withdrnwnl. The Into rnln does not even IIIHUTO n corn crop. This year's crop Is ready for the harvest nnd next yonr'H IH too fur nwny to receive nny mnterinl benefit from the generous downpour. TinO'N'olll Frontier IH of the opinion thnt free passes for NobniBka fii...

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 — 26 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 20 , 1002 , BOWSBirsjVBLNKLKS HE SUDDENLY DISCOVERS THAT THE I CREASES MAKE HIM LOOK OLD. 1 , , I ) , . HI , , , , f Tu , % liny * H IU-HIH. I. ' , . , , , , , „ nn.l CniiiniHiiuiN Mixture That > cnr- 1 > - DcMruyn Illx Cullelc. ' [ Copyright. 1002. by c. U Lewis. ] was a certain air of Tlinitrj and preoccupation about Mr. Bowser during the dinner hour the other uxenlng , nnd Mrs. Dowser couldn't figure out whoth- cr ho had invented a new bunghole for barrels or was going to try sleeping In n hammock for his rheumatism. They had returned to the sitting room , and ho had beer reading and smoking fern n quarter of an hour when he quietly naked : "What did you use to take the wrin kles oil' your face ? " "Why , I never had any yet , " she re plied. "lint women who do have wrinkles use something don't they ? " "Yt" . There are half a dozen Boris of llesh food , and they also have their faces mabsatred. How came you to think about wrinkles ? " ...

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 — 26 September 1902

rTj THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEW EMBER 2ti , 1902 , SATURDAY SIFTINGS. Ohi\H. N. Storey of Nollgh was iolty visitor yesterday. P. L , EMabrook paid a bus ! noun vlhit to West Point today. Harry Gonway of Niobrara * in in tliu olty visiting friends. Ohlof KIMIO entertained n plain drunk ntjhis hotel do bustllo over night. Kdltor Evans of tbo Times-Tribune 1 moving his lioitHbold goods into tbo rooms adjoining Ids olllco , Mr. mid Mrs. JOH. Brooks of Stunt on wore visiting in Norfolk yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Evans of Meadow Grove nro vimtlng Norfolk relatives and frlondH. Misses Josslo Ilorton nnd .Toflslo Ohaso of Stanton are guests of Miss lllldrotb BlHBOIl. Manager , T. N. Bundlckof tbo sugar factory wont to Omnlm tblH morning on bushiest ) , Mr. and Mrs. Sobllllng , Mr. and Mrs. Herman Koob and Mrs. Soixorotit of Stniitou wore Hbopping in Norfolk yen torduy. Word 1ms boon received tbnt Mr. nnd Mrs. Goo. A Lntlmor welcomed a now fion to tbolr boino in Spokane , Wash. , on tbo til...

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 — 26 September 1902

1 THE NOKFOL1C NEWS : FRIDAY , SISITEMIHW 20 , The Carnival Declared Off After Today. COMMITTEE DECIDES TO QUIT. Mud and Water arc too Much for the Festival and the Managers Reluc tantly Give Up the Battle Talk of Races by Local Horsemen. From Moudiiy'f ' Dnlly. It was a doleful prospect that greeted the ctiruival committee tills morning nml interfered with their urrangoniontp. Since Saturday there has been a spoil of weather just the contrary to tlmt needed for n carnival and especially the racea , ball games and other field sports that had boon planned by the committees. The work of defeating the ends of the carnival committee was started Satur day when it appeared us though the in tention of Jupiter Pinvius was merely to lay the dust for the benefit of the crowds and the events scheduled. But he didn't stop at that and there was no was no let up nptil 8 07 iuchns of water had been precipi'iutd , thnu Sunday came on with -ouie more and up to this morning the precipitation recorded...

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 — 26 September 1902

10 NORFOLK NEWS : FK1 DA V , SEPTEMBER 26,1902. t < Sioux City Won Out , With a Few to Spare. ol HOME RUNS IN GREAT PLENTY. Sioux City Takes Two nntl Norfolk i Three The Score Wns 15 to 0 nt > tlio Finish Locals Try Sovornl Men In the Dox. Krom Hnlunlny'i Dully > It- was mi ntV day boyoud a doubt and ovou that tnrrlblo devouth iofused to redeem - doom It for the Hrownlos. Tlio visiting Htlokmou started lit tlio llrnt Inning and they continued to pound the Norfolk pltohorH out of the box until thing's looked absolutely hopolons for tlio locals with n Hcoro of 12 to 0 and almost cur tain defeat fiturlng thoiu In the fivco at the end of the llfth Inning , during which tlino thb vl.sltorH had boon pound- iiiKout homoruns and'hits , guloro. In the sixth the Norfolk heavy weights bo- gnu to ginger "P when Johnson hit the Hphoro for n olmso clour around thoelrolo but Agun thlnk of It followed with a Htrlko out ngaliiRt him and the side n < - tlrod in Hhort order In tlio Htronuu...

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 — 26 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SElvl'RMIJKH 20 , 11 Have You Seen Our Show Windows ? Wo nro showing many now things in ilno up- to-diito jewelry , flno watchon , secret lockets , ladies' fobs , and the latest in bracelets , etc. . .A ONE1 YEAR CLOCK. . in our east show window is n beauty. It needs tobe.wound only once 11 yeur. Fine watch , and jnwelry repairing our specialty. G. F. W. MflRQUftRDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. If you want to buy or build n hoube , the Elkhoru B. & S. Asssociatiou will make yon a loan on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH is the to get your German Prunes for Preserv ing. Just Received , an extra fine lot. PARISH Beyond all question the grandest display as well as the most interesting and most profitable place in the city for visitors is JOHNSON'S FURNITURE STORE. Take a look at the windows dews as you pass by. FRIDAY FACTS. Arthur Overton , who has been suffer ing from typhoid fever , has so far re covered that he was able to bo u...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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