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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 24 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER IM. 1902. Fusion Sham Reform as Found on the Records. MICKEY TALK3 TO STUDENTS. ITho Republican Stnto Offlccro Show Good Records Institutions Cnre- j fully and Economically Mannyed. \ The State Treasury In Comparison. Lincoln , Oct. Jl. ! NoliniHUii. wllli her free schools and foil Ho Mill , ono Of UlO lllOHt ItlUlllU'tlVO HtlltOH III I III ) union , notwd for ImvliiK Hio HinuHonl l > or ci'iit of Illltcnu-y of any Htato In the union. IH i-ompollcd to cany a bur den of $2,000,001) ) of dobt. In their JlllUfOlllI UlO fllBlOlllHtH rlllll'gO tlllH debt to llpnubllcan inlHriilo. l < ot UH rofcr to tbo lucordtt and place lliu In- dolitcdnoRB of Ibu Htato wbc'iv It Jtmtly uolonps. From Jan. 1 , ISlt'.l ' , to Jan. 1 , IflOl. or the liuit two yoaiM of fiuilon inlo In NoliniHlw U' ' ° ( lollL WIIH ' " croasi'd over $ 135,6:11 : UH , or within 565.00(1 ( of huliiKono fouitbof thoontlrti IndohtadnoBH of the Htato. A platfonn jiromlso of revenue lofonn...

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 — 31 October 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL. , , , , NORFOLK NEBRASKA Mil DAY OOTOHKU JJ1 11)02 ) > V WW V W W WWW v wvw wvwr-v'ww r - ww'vv-w rw - -WT-VT - - - - ww'w -w - - - - ' - ' - - ' ' ' ' ' - - ' r " " qp W V TWWWWW w wv -w-v w w v'w-'w--w'w vv'vv' 'ww vvwWTv "v r r T" f ir' v W VT W W Tfe Johnson Dry Goods Company NORFOLK , NEBRKSKK. The Big , Busy Store. A Record Breaker this Season. A Mammoth Stock of Clean Merchandise Bought in Quantities and on Sale at Our Characteristic Low Prices. T has been well known that our increasing trade demanded more room to adequately keep pace with our business. Now , the much needed r room is added , 7650 square feet of floor space in ail-now thejargest store in Northeast Nebraska-ami every department is crowded full of the best mills productions. Our methods are established. Quality is never sacrificed for effect. Standard , dependable goods always. No seconds. No old shelfworn goods , the best at the lowest possible price. "One Price. " Our prices...

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 — 31 October 1902

2 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FUFDAY , OCTOTJElt HI , L902. \V. N , UOaifl. I'ubllnUor. DAILY , KilAblUhiul , 1HS7 , t r dnj xcupl Bmiilnr. "r tk , ft t nli. Ity mull par ji r , (4.00. , IBM , The Jonniftl , eiUMIihfiil 1871 Kttrr PrliUj. 11 } mall i > er je rI.M. . Bnt r d t Hie Poitonioe l Norfolk , Neb , , i InoontleUii matter , iihonitil IMUorlM DM > nrlm n } , No. M | UniluMi Ofllce nil Job ftoomi. Nut.8U. REPUBLICAN TICKET. State , For Governor JOHN H. MICKKT . Tnlk For Lieutenant Oomnor B.G. MtOu/rcm . . . . .Donglat ForTrpumrer PKTSR MORTKNRON . . . . . .ValUj For Secretary of Btal Q. A. HARSH . Hlchardion For Auditor CnAUi.cn WKRTON. . . . , . . .BlieriiUn of 1'nlillo Initrnctlon For B\u > rlutoiHlent WILLIAM K. 1'owi.KR . Wellington For Attorney General F ANKN. I'ROUT . -Inge For Lund Commlnloncr GBOROKD. FOLI.MKH . Nncliolli Congressional. For CoiiitreiBinnii , Tlilnlllntrct ! JOHN J. MiCAimiT . . Senatorial. For Hlnta Senator , KloTonth Dlntrlct Dn. J. M. At.tir.N . Pier...

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 — 31 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NT\VS ) : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 31 , 1002. JOHN H. MICKEY AT HOME A LIFE DEVOTED TO NOBLE WORK-A MAG NIFICENT RECORD 'Whit ' Ills Old Neighbors Hive to Say ol the Re. pnbllcan Candidate ( or Governor Ills Honesty , Integrity , Charily , Told ol by the Men Who Know Him Osccola. Neb. , October 20 , 1902. Around the public nqtmro In Osccola , the llttlo red brick courthouse In the center , there Is a lot of Tjuoy men , who , In their thrift and en- * Tgy , seem very much \n \ harmony with Ihf llfo and character of John H. Mickey , republican candidate for gov ernor , whoso homo IB out there on a farm right up against the suburbs of the town. Mr. Mickey commenced here when thq town commenced. Ho wan hero when It was born. He built the first dwelling house that was hult | in Osccola , and has lived hero ever since. With a strong body and a clear : "hraln , ho was equipped for a trcmon- "dous amount of work , and when the lotplo of Polk county look back for Iwenty-nve years and rea...

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 — 31 October 1902

TltM NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 31,1902 , Thousands of Rejected Immi grants Enter United States. YOLD TO WALK ACROSS LINE. European Agents -Engaged In Sending Back People Who Have Been De ported Dcicrlbo Montreal an Border - dor City and Entrance Easy. Washington , Oct. 30. ComralflBlon. r Sargent nmdo public a report from Ilobort Watcborn , special Immigrant inspector , dated Paris , ou the Immi gration to the Unltod States by way of Canada. Mr. Watchorn says : "Europeans who are Ineligible to en ter the United States have boon d > - reeled by designing agcnta to Cana dian ports , so that they cross the In ternational boundary where olllclal inspection IB loss rigid. Intending Im migrants who bocaufio of some dis qualification are rejected by linen run ning to the Unltod States are turned over to lines running to Canada , and , with few axcoptions , are accepted without ( inostion. , Thousanda every year tuns find tnolr way to Canada ann thence to the United States. Every s...

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 — 31 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEMrS : FRIDAY OOTOIVMH 31. W0'2. 'Colombian ' Rebels Arc Defeated i at Rio Frio. { CASTILLO ALSO A PRISONER , General Marjarres , After a Hard ' ) Fight , Captures Men and Munitions > ef Warv Both Sides Suffer Heavy | Losses Rejoicing at Colon. Panama , Oct. 23. The revolutionary general , Urlbo-Urlbe , with ten cannon , 2,500 rlflon , 200 rounds of ammunition , bus surrendered to General Marjarres -At Rio Frlo , near Santa Marta. The revolutionary forces under Gen- ral Urlbo-Urlbo , consisting of 1,300 men , which were defeated Oct. 14 , at ILa Clonnga , retreated to Rio Frlo and 'took up positions there. General Man .jjarres , with 2,000 men , proceeded against thorn from La Clcnaga , and engaged the enemy two days ago. The government general succeeded In sur rounding the rebels and forcing them to surrender. General Castillo was with General Urlbo-Urlbe. The news of this victory waa received hero by General Pordoma and Governor Sala- ' sar In a telegram from Gener...

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 — 31 October 1902

1 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 31 , 1002 , The MOPoik fletas Klmcr Lunburg is now publisher if tbo Cm roll Index , ofvliioh tlto Into Arthur P. Chlldsis editor. The democrats who nro given to worry over thoiropublican party In Iowa night \ > o nblo to uncertain tlmt Riinllnr ; ondltiouH exist among the democrats in ill states If they would but put tholr jars to the ground. Stntomoutfl that the fusion ticket will bo olootcd by majorities ranging from 16,000 to 160,000 are nbont duo from the headquarters of thono parties. It cannot bo considered tlmt the campaign i IH oomplotoly and BUG- coiFsfnlly closed until nuoh statements have boou promulgated. A coal export ban found that there la coal enough iu the deposits of thiR country tn supply the people during the coming lr , > 00 yearn. This is very satisfactory - factory and indicates that the only'timo the people of this generation Bhonld worry is when the immediate supply la cut off by the moans of strikes or some other ...

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 — 31 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FIUDAY , OOTOltEU 31 1002. THE j ® & ATTACHE Dy P. Y. BLACK Copyright , 1001 , by P' Y. niock Cnnnbn nnd Powers rose nml bowled With Joy when their ntrlker brought In tbo cnrd , n most official card "Mr. KIdo Mnbuchl , the Japanese Legation , Washington , D. C. " In the big school In Massachusetts where Mnbuchl as a boy hud studied the mysteries of An- Jean civilization , with Cannon and Powers as his chief Instructors , he had struggled through a course of foot ball , lie now required all the power of muscular resistance thus gained to withstand the onslaught of these friends of his school days. "You monsters ! You dragons of America ! " ho cried , falling backward Into the only armchair the youngsters' bare quarters possessed , "lias West Point , then , not reformed you ? " "Shut up , you lovely little brute , nnd come to my bosom again ! Ain't he Bwcct , Powers ? Observe his little tan tootslcums. The dude has been built In London and Paris. Ktdo , oh , Kld...

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 — 31 October 1902

THK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 31. 1002 Tickets for Coming ; Election Being : Made. CANDIDATES AND AMENDMENT. The Finished Product Is n Lonrtl Y Document The News Is Doing tlto Work for Six Counties , 50,000 Ballots Going Required. Tin : KKWH force Is busy just now \vlth its luiuunl niHh of ballot printing that CUIIIOH OH at this season of the yonr. The job mulortnkon this fall in to mipply six counties with the noccm Blxry oflloinl niul sample bullets for the comiiiK election , the number required being about 50,000 , onoh ] ) rootnot in the Blx counties requiring a change of form BO Unit it moans considerable compos ! tlou an well as press work. The ballotH this fall are about as lengthy OH any that hivvo yet boon printed under the MOW law. Some of thorn attain length of14 iuohcu and tax the capacity of the largo press of the ollloo to accom modate. There are four parties represented on tbo state- ticket , throe on the oongrcH elonnl and two parties generally on mm- ntorial ,...

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 — 31 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NKWS : FHIDAY , ( KTOHKU 31 , 0 SATURDAY SIFTINGS. Miss Edna Mason of Pierce visited in Norfolk today. Dr. Pheasant is in town today from Pierce on business. Dr. nud Mrs. Win. Person of Stnntoii wore city visitors yesterday. Mrs. Fnuik Russell loft yesterday fern n visit with her parents at Exeter. Harry MoMlllan of Wayne is In the city to visit friends for ft fevr days. A company of young people enjoyed n social dance nt Marqnardt's hall hint night. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McCoy of Lincoln nro guostB of Mr. and Mrs. P. 0. McCoy of this oity. County Clerk F. A. Putnam of Boyd county , is in the oity from Butte on on oflicial business. Miss Lizzie Mueller is expected homo this evening from Omaha , where she has been visiting for some time. Mrs. F. W. Kooiber returned yester day from Wisner , where she has been visiting her mother , Mrs. Dugnn. Mrs. O. A. Harshmau returned yes terday from Omaha , where she has been vibitiug for the past few days. H. S. Strickland , formerly of ...

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 — 31 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 31,1902 , Man Injnrcd Last Sunday is Found. HIS NAME IS JOHN A. IflWIN Has Doon In Old Rene Darn Slnco Sunday Morning With no Cure and NothliiR to Ent Hns n Bruised Dnck and n Frncturod Skull. SVomThumUy'ii Dally t The mystery spoken of the ether day by TUB Nitws is solved , or nt least n portion of it. John A. Irwin lies on n bed in thu city jail in n serious physical condition with n badly bruised buck nnd n oon- tnsiou ut thu base of the hrnln below the loft oar , tlmt wnn probably caused liy n blow front n slung Rhot or some lioavy iiifltrnniont , nnd it in thought probable tlmt his skull is frnctnrod. lie ww found yestordny in the old Hone hotel barn , nt tlio pronont used by Mlllnrd Qroon , the drayman , having lain there aiuco Sunday morning without - out any thing to ont or any ouo to oaro for him. Circumstances are such tlmt it IH bollovod thitt the inotivo of his its- eailants was robbery. Irwin in n nmu about 40 years of ago and la wall...

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 — 31 October 1902

f- TUB NORKUC ) NEWS ; FltlDAY , OCTOHUli HI , n THOUSANDS OF WATCHES wo r pair every year , speak for the kind of watch re pairing wo do. Wo not only have the experience , but have the facilities for doing nil kinds of work in our lino. EVERY JOB , whether largo or small , re ceives prompt and ciuefnl attention. WE GUARAN TEE ALL WORK. G. F. W. MftRQUARDT , JEWELER , v NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. PICKING UP BARGAINS. If yon wantitobny or build a house , the Elkhoru B. & S. Association will make you a loon on favorable terms. T. E. ODIOBNE , Secretary. PARISH For Your Stomach's Sake you had better bother yourself about what yon eat. Will it be pure and unadulterated , or some thing mndo impure by an admix ture ? We are Pure Food Sellers. Did you see our Dried Fruit Window ? I PARISH "What yon can save money on : Ohiokering pianos , Cheaper pianos , Chamber suits , China closets , , , Dining tables , , \ Center tables , Easy rockers , % Dinner sets , Toilet sets , Dressers , Conches , ...

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 — 31 October 1902

12 THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER : il , 1902. DOEWAH t I JACI White Smoke front Soft Coal Hound Oak I'urnucM have largo feed doors , burn wood or co.il ; but whatever they burn , jjlvc greater heat limn any other ( nrimccs , because all the wises and nearly all Hie Ntnoke h consumed. The mnokc ft white fiom a Round Oak Furnace burning Moft coal ; that means no waste fuel. Tha ptlnciplcirt not newjmt the application to t1i Round Oak is new-in that no holed are cut through the fire pot. Round Oak Furnaces lira differ nut from nil ntliiiri * In iiiitny otlior IhliiKHIn fiolld ronntruntlun , In roiiHouiili I o IIOKH of price. If } ou nru K < > I"K In liny u furnnco , Nonil for our fruo fimuu-o liook oonliiliiH iiHofnl Infor- nmtlon uhotil livulliiKiill * mmmlotm , mrimcfl. regula tion , ventilation , utc. Kfll'AlK OK P. D. OCCKWITH , l > on uli > r , Mlrli. JAiirn of llrfk u llh'l llotmt .i * , Ihf mint fuminii iluvf In HID iiiirM , llnnnil ( Ink I'urnaeo Iluuntl Ok I'...

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 — 7 November 1902

I1 THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL. , , , . NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY NOYKMBKR7 [ 902. * ' -S is * , , , . ( orf _ BEELER BROS i Table Damask. 72-inch Fine White Double Satin Damask , price per ( M Q1 yard , for this sale UlliU I 72-inch Fine White Double Satin Damask , price per yard for this sale 64-inch Fine Cream Double Satin Damask , price per ( M f7 | yard for this sale IDliU/ / 70-inch Fine Cream Double Satin Damask , price per yard for this sale 72-inch Fine White Double Satin Damask , price per yard for this sate . _ ' 6'4-irich White Damask , price per yard for this ' sale. . . . * . . , . . r 60-irich White Damask , price per yard for this sale ; 68-inch Cream Damask price per yard for this sale 56-inch sale Cream Damask , price per yard for this Ik 46-inch sale Cream Damask , price per yard for this 14C 48-inch Cream Damask , red border , price per yard Ik for this sale 60-inch Cream Damask , price per yard for this sale 60-inch Guaranteed Red Damask , price for this sale ...

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 — 7 November 1902

9 TfIR NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7. $02. W. N , HU01C. PubllHhor. DAILY. Katablliliml. IXK7 , Rrtrr day irnpt Hnmlar. H carrier pot W9k , 13 etui * , llr mail t < r rear , H.W , WHICHIY NKWS.JOUHNAIi. Xh N w , tiUnlltliel , 1KHI , The Jonrnftl , AitnblUlinJ 1877 Ktirj Friday , Ily mall per jaur , ll.M. BnUrxl ni tlio I'ostoDloa at Norfolk , Nab , , ai ptoouil elai * matter. t Uplion al IMItorlnl Pniwrtmrnit , No. B | UnilntM Olllo * atul Job Itoomi. No , 3Z. No niunlor or store rohhory ban boon reported In Norfolk ulnoo olootlon. For the next two yonrn , nt the very least , OoiiKrosfliimn McCarthy will Rrnco Mr. Hobliiflon'H plnoo In Washington. Wo can novrrtovoto our attention to the dlsouBBloit of that Important prob lem , "Why do turnips not Rrow In winter ? " Even the powerful login of 15x- Senator Allen could not cotnbiuo with that of Kx-CougroBsnmu Bryou to fltoni the tide. The up-country vote did the In New York nnd Nobrafllca. The fnrmors Jworo willing to 'stand pat...

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 — 7 November 1902

THE NOllFOLIv NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMHKR 7 , n < Qdell Is Re-Elected Governor of New York , ' { COLORADO GOES REPUBLICAN 'Returns Indlcats Election of Poabody. , Deadlock Continues It ) Delaware. Control of National Congress Rc- < mains With the Republicans. Now York , Nov. 5. Elections were 'bold yesterday In 42 states and the re turns indicate that the control of the national congress remains with tlio Republican party. While official re turns may make the working majority of the Republican party In the house a .close ono , there Is no doubt that It will bo sufficient for all party purposes , from a national standpoint the con trol of the lower branch of congress jwas the real contest. Many of tlio i Btates elected legislatures which will cheese United States senators , but the result of these elections has In no way - Imperilled tlio Republican majority in the upper body. In those states Which elected governors there was no state in which the party in power was not continued ...

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 — 7 November 1902

HE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 7,1902 , ' I M | t Treasurer Roberts Submits His Annual Report. NATION HJ\8 A LARGE SURPLUS. Magnitude of Available Cain Balance nd Unprecedented Holdings of Qold the Striking Feature * Gold IsQrad. ually Replacing Silver. Washington , Noy. 4. EMU H. Rob- ertn , treasurer of the United States , la opening bla annual report , says thnt the magnitude of the available cash balance and the unprecedented holdings of gross gold ace the striking features of the condition of the treaa- ury nt the close of the fiscal year 1002. The not ordinary rovonuon for the year wore $302,478,233 , and the ex- pondltwres $171,100,857 , showing n sur plus of $01.287,374. In comparison with the previous year , there was a doorcase of $25,207- 004 In thu revenues , offset by a falling off of $33,770,495 In the expenditures. While there was an Increase of $15- 850,252 In the receipts from customs , the Internal revenues , under the oner- atlon of now laws repealing the war...

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 — 7 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 7,1002 , The dogs In the state of Minnesota nro valued for the purposes of taxation At $5 each. The south Is fast becoming a big .greenhouse to supply the north with fresh vegetables during the winter sea son. Kansas has produced sunflowers six teen Inches lu diameter this year. It iwell deserves the name of the Sunflower - flower State. Unusual rains have damaged the buffalo grass on the ranges and pre vented It from curing for winter feed of the stock. As a general rule It may be said that any soil whereon grows the Bhellbark hickory and the white oak Is good for the apple orchard. Wherever the winters are long nnd old It is always safer to lay the rasp berries and grapes down lu the fall and cover them with earth. The cold summer which matured the Apple crop In the best shape possible made It hard for the melon and corn crops to pull through at all. It takes a woman to have pity for a hungry man who won't work , nnd be cause women do this Is l...

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 — 7 November 1902

F THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER ? , 1)02. ! The Norfolk fleins It might Imvo boon worse. Thanksgiving will noon follow. It In probubly nil right , bnt . They did "Htnml pat" in Ohio. Did Bomcuno nay , "I told you no. " The country is about saved ouco Dloro' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Nebraska republicans Imvo no fault to fliul. It certainly did snow In parts of the country. If you yut Imvo time , veto the ropubll- can ticket. They can b Kiu to toll how it happened tomorrow. It BuoniH considerably colder today tlinn it wnfl yesterday to HOIUO , It IB OonKroHBinan ( McCarthy , and Protidout HooBovolt'ls endorsed by the Third. Quo tiling IB certain , and that in that Governor Savage's term of offloo la limited. You may have a few moments loft in which to register your voto. Do not pass it up. Save your boat wind until yon are certain of the results. Then you may decide to keep it , It is nil over except the process of ratification during which nome gonorons shoutiug will bo permiss...

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 — 7 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FlUDAY , NOVEMHER 7,1002 , Copyright , 1001 , by A. 8. lUchardBon TLo landlady wns fair after n nega tive fashion , fat in a positive way and forty , decidedly so. She presided over tuo culinary department of 174 Otis street In n manner so capable tlmt her boarders regarded her in the light of n genius and spoke with scorn of bach elor apartments and furnished flats. Her naino Is irrelevant and immate rial. rial.Her Her daughter was fair positively , fat negatively and at least twenty years on the right side of forty. She pre- Bided with admirable tnct over the long table in the dining room , dispensing the culinary triumphs of her mother. Her name was Kathleen. Dangler , who held a post in the M. H. and A. freight otllics and went In for v athletics , was In love with Kathleen j ; Y and Invested in a tnndcm on the In- $ ' stnllrncut plan. Seward , floonvnlkcr in the silk department of "The Fair , " had a similar cardiac aflllctlon and showered the object of his a...

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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