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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 21 November 1902

tvrt > wc ttfer ) > AV 'R . al. 2 MM i ! ' Th Kntd ttoona sri Md hMll luiov aide * Fo llocl Ijy n the < itw oiTl the atiol iuvc A on' did , pav nq fen eafi nh ton cos 1 tai Ul of 13) ) vc a' a'U ( U tc 8 tl 1 > 1B B % fi ft / f J J 7 Double Ovation is Given Roosevelt velt and Wright. NEGROES PAY HONOR TO QUESTS White and Colored Otlient Tender Separate Receptions to General Wright , Which Are Al o Attended by the Chief Executive. Memphis , Tcnn. , Nov. 20. Although the ft'Htlvltk'B of j'catenlay celebrated the homo-coming ot Gc-neral l.ukc 12. Wright , vice governor of the Philip pine * , there Is no reflection on the warmth of the wvlcomo extended to Llm to y that President Roosevelt's preneuro was tlio overuhadowlng feat ure of the day. Kxcuralon trains were run Into the city and a number of dls- tlngiilHhcd jx'oplo were present to par- tlclputo In thu celebration. Among them were Governor Ilcnton McMlllln and General Joneph Wheeler. The program wnn a long ono. After t...

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 — 21 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEVTS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER lit , 111085. 5 : Strike Leader Strong Under Cross-Examination. " -HOLDS HIS OWN WITH LAWYER , " "Wayne MacVcagh Sayo Miners' Presl- i dent Is Best Witness for Himself He Ever Confronted Resents Inv . putatlon of Anarchy. Scranton , Pa. , Nov. 18. In the pros- cnce of as many persons as could bo jarumod Into tbo superior court room . "Wayne MacVeagh , for the Erie company - pany , and John Mitchell , for the mln- crs , continued their brilliant battle oC cross-examination before the anthra- clto coal commission. The two men , the one In his thirties and the other In his seventies , were followed with in tense Interest by bo til the commis sioners and the crowd throughout tbo day. day.The fourth demand of the union , Which calls for a yearly trade agree ment , and which means a stralghtout recognition of the union , was the bonu of contention , and although four hours was taken up in a discussion of the question , not much material progress was m...

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 — 21 November 1902

NORFOLK NSWR : F1UDAY , NOVEMBER 2t1002 , The university eleven IB Rtnndlug up 1 for Ncbrnfkn very regularly and sue- ! cmfnlly this season. The turkrymiro bcKiuiiliiK to suitor , bat their supreme test of endurance will not conic before n week from next Thursday. The Onmlm NOWB IIIIH It tlmt high way robhory has been declared n capital rrlmo In Philadelphia. Tlio llntolllja-nt compositor ovldoiitly mixed locnlitiuB slightly. The firnflon IB now about * f perfect. There Is nothhiK lacking Kvon thorn- morsoftho bnlldliiK of the Norfolk , Ynuitton it Southwestern railway hnvo been ruvivod , Cranberries , pumpkin pies , oysters nnd uprlng tmkoys uro nil rlpo. Why shouldn't the people , bo thankful , ovou though It Is the ether follow , who will cujoy these dollcnclcB ? Governor SavnKo 1ms llnally Issued his Thanksgiving proclanmtlou. IIo has probably coino to the belief that some of the people In Nobrnskft may have something for which to bo thank ful. At Ulyrlii , Ohio , they blow burg...

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 — 21 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY , NOVKMREU 21,1902. . I NO. 17 | | PUDDING | § LANE By JHwnflton ff g Graham 2 o o Gopt/rtoM , J90by A. S. lUchanleon 8 I am called an eccentric man , and I Din rather proud of the fact. Among uiy eccentricities Is that of carrying an ear trumpet and pretending to bo deaf whenever I go on a Journey. As n mat ter of fact , my sense of hearing Is most acute , equal to that of a fox , I think , but In carrying the trumpet 1 have two objects lu view first , nobody thinks of asking mo questions on tri lling matters or seeks to draw me Into political arguments , and , second , I * - have the fun of overhearing much not meant for my cars. There are times when my fellow travelers comment on my personal appearance , much to my detriment , but I have to take the bit ter with the sweet. The day I went up to London from Liverpool to bo pnsniit t the funeral of my old friend S jblim the compart ment was full at starting. 1 had my trumpet along and copied the actions a...

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 — 21 November 1902

TMK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 21,1902 Norfolk People Move for the Rebuilding of the Hospital. COMMITTEES ARE SELECTED Work ol ProsontliiB the Mnltcr to the Stnto Legislature Will bo nt Once Undertaken Names of Members - bors of that Body. 3rom Bnttinlny'i Dully ! The mooting of the Commorolal olub IftBtovoningnt the city hall wiw ono of the best attended public gatherings of iho klutl over hold In tlio city. These who were tlioro were nil roprosoutatlvo "business mid professional man , thus showing that the intoroat bolng tiilcon iu iho rebuilding of thojNorfolk hospital for : iusAiin in widespread throughout the city. The Rltnntlou as It now ooiifrontfl the city was discussed In dotull and committees were unmod to toke charge of the work nnd to rnlso nionoy that vrill bo needed to carry It along. O. A. Lulknrt , president of the olub , presided over the mooting , and In the ftbeonoo < of M. O. Hazon , his plaoo iw secretary was tomporarlly filled by W. 2i. Huso. The clial...

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 — 21 November 1902

THE NOUFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 21. 1902. SATURDAY SIFTINGS , Mise Maggie Barnes of Madison will npend Sunday with her parents iu this city. city.Mr. Mr. niid Mrs. O. II. Mason returned -yostordny from a trip through the Black Zlilh. A. H. Winder returned this morning from a business trip np the BonoBtecl branch. Walter Melcher returned nt noon from Dokotn , where he has boon working for eomo timo. Mrs. W. N. Huso went to Hawardon , lown , this morning to spend Sunday with her mother. Mies Esther Mason , who is teaching near Battle Greek , is at homo over Sun iv day with her parents The Household Economic department of the Woman's club will meet with Mrs. W. G. Baker Monday afternoon at 2:80. : i Postmaster John II. Hays is iinprov- v ing the appearance of his residence on west Norfolk avonne with a now coat of paint. The Randolph team of football players failed to put in an appearance today , much to the disappointment of the Norfolk players and those who ex pected to see the ...

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 — 21 November 1902

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 21,1901 $ , Line May be extended to Og- dcn , Utah. FACTS TO SUPPORT THE STORY. .Distance Batwoon Omnlm And Option Could bo Shortonoil Fifty Mllus via the Northwestern Through Caspar. Other Railroad News. ITrom Tiictilny'r Dully. Since It UI\H boon reported that the Northwestern upturn is to absorb the Hlkhorn there are ninny facts to Hhow that the Northwestern contemplates n through road from Chicago to Odoii ( , Utah. The Union I'uoiflo has recently Hindu ( radio arrangements with the Milwaukee route giving thoui tlio same porvlco hatwoon Omaha and Ogden as the Noith western has heretofore had. It Is nut dllUoult to arrive at the oonolu- nlon that the taking in of a compotlug line by the Union Pacific on the Hamo terms Is far from Hatlsfaotory to the Northwestern interests. The failure of the Union PaollVo to moot the require- inontH of its mall oontraot with the gov ernment during the past year la another reason that erodonce IH glvon to th...

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 — 21 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMHKIl 21 , 1002. 11 WE LIKE. . , . .4 . ; . Fair Competition. Wo Like to have you Inspect our goods nnd got OUR PRICES. Wo Like to Imvo you see these Solid Gold sot rings wo are soil ing at jf l.fiO they ivro beauties , Wo Like to have you try us on fiuo watch and jewelry repair ing. Wo Like to please ourcns tomcrs. If You Like to see genuine bargains - gains keep your eyes on our Show Windows. G. F. W , MflRQUARDT , JEWELER , r NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. > PICKING UP BARGAINS. ' If you want to buy or build ft house , the Elkljorn B. & S. Asssocintiou will make you ft loan on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH We now have every thing yon need for your FRUIT CAKE. The Finest Raisins , the Olpanest Currants the Purest Spices , the Freshest Nuts. See them in our win dow. PARISH 'OOOVKIOHT SOMETHING NICE FOR THANKSGIVING you will find in our superb stock of ladies' shoes. Easy , comfortable and beautiful in shape and finish. Our line sho...

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 — 21 November 1902

THENDKFOLK NEWS ; FHTDAY , NOVEMBER 21 , Wide Awake. . H , BUGHHOLZ X CO , Ml Kinds of Gents' Furnishings - * = r . . . .Strlctly.Up.to-Unto P1UOES RIGHT GIVK US A GALL M.E. 8PAULDING , DEALKH IN FLOUR , - FEED , TELEPHONE : : NO. 33 L. L. REMBE , PLUMBER. Steam and Hot Water Heating. First door South of Hews Office. J ± i Noiili-fetem Line F. E.&M.Y. R. R , is the best to nud from the gront SUGAR BEET FIELDS of North Nebraska. J.R. ELDER , Sioux City Florist , Awarded first premium on Funeral Designs. Handsome Roses , Carnations , falms , Fern ? Flowers snipped in fresh condition. Phone 46OL. tty olllco ! Cor. flth nml FJorco NOW READY The Many Adventures of FOXY GRANDPA I the merry pictures con tained in the t\\o volumOH , entitled " * dventures of Foxy Uriimlpn" miti "Further Adventures ot Foxj Grand- Mr. Sclmltzo said to mo otio day nt lunch : " \Vhnt do you think of a norles of comic d > n\vliiKSUOtliiK ! ! wlthnirraml- father ami hit two RraudtousT" "Let thu Krnndfntlio...

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 — 28 November 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL. , , , . NORFOLK , NEBRASKA TO I DAY NOVKMBKK28 ! ! ) ( Administers Defeat to North- b ' western by a Score of 12 to o. CORNHU8KER8 ARE UNBEATEN. Wind Op Football Season With Unbrokci } Series of Victories. Their Goal Not Crossed During the Year. Lincoln , Nov. 28. The football sea son of 1902 at the University of Nc- braslm was terminated yesterday In ft blaze of glory. Before G.OOO people , the greatest crowd that ever assem bled about a Nebraska gridiron , the unbeaten Cornhuskers administered a decisive defeat to the Northwestern university eleven , scoring twelve V points and emerging from the contest with their own goal line still un crossed , a record not achieved by any other cbllege * aggregation In the country. Nebraska's victory , how ever , was not easily bought , Holllster's men contesting every Inch of territory. Once they carried the oval from the middle of the field to within the shadow of Nebraska's gonl posts , but the whistle blew an...

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 — 28 November 1902

THE MJBJOIK M/NS : IIUPAT , KOVliMBEK 28 , 1902. The Hotff oik fieuus W. N. IlUUlt , I'ubllHhor. DAILY. Kttnbllihoil , 1S81. Kve ilnT eionpt Hmulny , llr currier per i k , Is otuti , llr nintl per yenr , fA.oo , WKKHt.Y NKWH-.IOUHNAI. , XbfNtwi.tiUnlUtiml , IHSI , The Jnnrnnl , ei tub ! tali ml 1S77 ' Prldnjr , lly mnll per year , $1.00. Knttrttl nt tlio I'nitnlllco nt Norfolk , Not ) , , ni lieond clnti matter , Ttlitilimifn : Kdltorlnl lloimrtmsiit , No. 15 1 IIoilnMi Olllei nuil Job ftoon\i. No , S2Z. Mrs. Nntlon'H Intent niovo In to mm Mnmt llnlMond for Itbol. The publlo opinion IH tliut if tuiyono him Ubolotl Mm. Nation it IB Mm. Nation , A TonnoBRiio editor Blurted to boom his olronlntlon by Riving nwuy ft quart of whlnkoy to onoh pntd up mibnoribor , Ills olrouliUlon JWIIB booming Hlco a frontier mining town until tlio Kovorn- nioiit nuthoritloii Htoppod in and out ont the liquor deal , The plnco of honor ut Pnwtdont HoosovoU'a TlmulcBRlvlnR spread wa oooupiod by a ! l'J-poui...

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 — 28 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 28 , IJMte. wo Men Killed and Eighty- k Two Wounded. B\EL LABOR ( S AT A STANDSTILL. { Other Trades Cease Work to Sup port Striking Cigar Makers Mayor Accused of Aiding Trouble Palma [ Threatens to Send Troops to Scene. jf Havana , Nov. 25. As the result of ( Conflicts of a serious nature between Itho police and the men on strike here , Iwo strikers are dead and eighty-two Other persons are wounded. Flvo ol 'Itho wounded , one a lieutenant of po- tlce whose throat was cut by a striker , bavo very severe Injuries. Eight bluer policemen are wounded. The police have the rioters w611 under con trol , but every precaution Is being taken to prevent a further outbreak C-f disorder , and all the police and rural guards In the suburbs have been summoned to concentrate in Havana. 1 The strike , which at first only conCerned - Corned the cigar makers , became gen eral yesterday by the calling out of .611 trades In sympathy with the cigar- makers. All the tr...

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 — 28 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWSs FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 28,1002. Operators Refuse to Continue Them Out of Court , STRIKE HEARING TO PROCEED. Give No Reason Either to Mlnen or Lawyer * Representing Companies. Great Surprise Is Occasioned by De- elslon Stand of Independents. Washington , Nov. 2C. AH prospects for nn understanding between the United Mlno Workers nml the conl oporntora outsldo the anthraclto conl utrlko commission came to a sudden termination Into yesterday afternoon through the receipt of n dispatch to Wnyno MncVongh , representing the Pennsylvania Conl company and the Hillside Conl and Iron company , noil- lying him that nt a meeting of the an- thraclto coal rends men In Now York It hnd been decided not to grant an interview to Mr. Mitchell nnd his as- noclatoB , which had been suggested Jor Friday noxt. The announcement , coming as It did after nn all dny'a conference In this city between Mr. MncVengh nnd Mr. Mitchell and his associates , attended pnrt of the time by Cnrroll D. Wright ,...

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 — 28 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 158 , W02 , ' tear Strike Settlement V/ill | Press Hard on Them. f/ANT A VOICE IN AGREEMENT. Make a Firm Stand to Be Rep resented at the Coming Peace Con ference Say Coal Carrying Ronda Cunnot Dictate Terms for Them. Bcranton , Pa. , Nov. 24. The posl- 'Uon to Jjo taken by the Independent peal operators with regard to the ten tative agreement between the largo Coal companies and the mine workers to settle tbelr dispute outside the an thracite -coal commission , with the Conciliatory assistance of the arbitra tors , has not boon definitely decided upon. The Independents hold a meet ing , at which were present the repre sentatives of about twenty-six com panies , and a committee of nine wan appointed to go to New York tomor row for the purpose of meeting the presidents of the coal carrying rail roads and learn from them what thu 'Independent companies are to expect providing they agree to go along and Adjust the labor dispute without arbi tration. ...

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 — 28 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 28 , 1902 , Th Nottf oik Neuas If thq turkey goes up out of sight for TlmnkHglvlng ho muy bo compelled to return bcforo Christmas and No\v Years. _ Had ' 'NUllo" Thoiupnon boon elected wo proiiuiuo that Kd Kry would Imvq boon matin a here by a number of re. formers Madison Star. Governor Ynton considers that the people of IllliiolR should bo above taking pleasure in bullfights and him forbidden nu exhibition of that "sport" in the atntu of which ho is ohiof executive. The Colorado republicans haven't such n pull in that state that they con nfford to light among themselves. Ex-Senator Wolcottnnd State Chairman Fatrloy should kiss and miike up. Congressman-elect KlnUaid says that ho found Roosevelt's name a successful talisman during hid campaign in the Sixth district. It appealed to demo crats and populists as well as to republi cans. The hardest slam yet is from the Mad ison Chronicle , which has taken to publishing "Pointers from the Suburbs , "...

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 — 28 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 28,1002 , OOOooopoOoQoOOoOoOoOOOOCOO I DYING LIKE § I A MAN I O O o B ) HOWARD WILLIAMS § | - _ _ § O Copyright , 1001 , by A. 8. Rlchnnloon O DoOoOoOoOoOoOOoOoOoooOoooo How long Bones , the vagabond , had liecn n country tramp before ho reach ed London could only be guessed nt by the butchers and fishmongers of Apple- gate markiet , where he took up his headquarters. lie was n man of flfty when he Drat hung about , and he hud the appearance of being "seasoned. " No one ever asked Hones any ques tions , and ho volunteered no Informa tion. Some one called him Bones the first day he appeared , and the name stuck to him. IIu accepted it without re mark. What Is the odds to n vaga bond whether he Is called Bones or Jones ? It may seem curious that no one ever became sulllclently interested in Bones to draw him out or that some day when he longed for human sympathy lie dtd not volunteer his story ; but , as n mutter of fact , he was only one of i hund...

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 — 28 November 1902

8 Tim NORFOLK NEWS ; , MI DAY , NOVEMBER 28,1902 Brought Back From Chicago This Noon , SHERIFF CLEMENTS ALLSMILES Mills Enjoyed but Forty Days of Liberty and Was Retaken Through the Machinery of Drinkers' Associa tion Changed in Appearance. From Monday' * Dally , Sheriff .T. .1. Clements cnnio in on the noon tmln from Chicago , whnro ho Imcl loon nftor K. K. Mills , ulliiH L. L. Winn , who broke jail nt Madison Ootobor ! ! The prisoner accompanied the ithorlfl1 ntid this nftornoon was CHOortod to Madison , whore ho will bo kept until the district judge finds opportunity to Bit on bin case. Mills was nrrostod by n dotcotlvo firm of that olty , giving thoin the imino of P. K. Maxwell. It is mipjwsod that they got. tnico of him through his cor- rcHpondonoo with his Indy frlond In Ohio , to whom ho wrote whllo ignost of Sheriff Olomonts at Madison. Their method of semiring ovidonoo against him Is , however , one of the Hoorotn of the profession and they uro not dtsolos- Ing the exact mo...

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 — 28 November 1902

THE NOUFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 28 , 1902 , SATURDAY SIFTINGS. J. S. McOlnry is visiting iu Omaha. Miss Manio Harrison is on the sick liet. Orion Porter of Fairfax , S. D. , is in the city today on business. Mr. and Mrs. Will McCnno of Wayne arc visiting nt the homo of Mr. nml Mrs. W. A. King. Spencer Buttorflold of Norflohl , MiaB. , is n guest at the homo of his brother , W. H. Buttorflold. Miss Ncllio Dlngman paid her regular weekly visit to Fremont today to receive instructions in music. Mrs. L. J. Abbott of Lincoln is the guest of Mrs. S. W. Hayes. The two ladies are old-time friends. J. W. Hyatt of Fremont was in the city this morning , the guest of his sister Mrs. J. T. Payne. Ho was on his way homo from Randolph. Fred Roberts returned yesterday from . Rocky Ford , Ool. , where ho has held a responsible position in the beet sugar factory for several campaigns. State Manager Morgan of the Singer ' , Manufacturing company , was in the ' city yesterday on business , leaving...

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 — 28 November 1902

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 28 , Rush of Thanksgiving Work Interrupted. ORIGIN OF DLAZE A MYSTEHY. Uroko Out Soon After II O'clock Lnat Nlfilil and Prompt Work of Flromon Saved tlio DulldlnR In- surnnco In Thrco Companies. Knin\V < slti ( > i > ilnj'ii Dnlly The Norfolk sterna laundry , of which Dau Craven in proprietor , wart badly damaged by llro lust night shortly after 11 o'clock , the llro originating la the partition botwooa the oaglao room nail the dry rooia. Mr. Ornvon IIIVH notoHtl- luntod his daaiaRos.but they will bo Inrtto. Ho has Insurance In three com * paatoH , HO tlnxt his loss will bo portly ro- oovortid. Mr. Onivou la bonding every energy toward netting In running order again , nad hopes to BOOH have the limn- dry of hlu customers dollvorod , If they will exercise a llttlo patlouoo , The llro was discovered by John Dookor , a hack drlvor la the employ of D. D. Hrnnson , aad Goorgu OmvoUt uophow of the proprietor , at almost the flame Instant , l...

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 — 28 November 1902

THE NOlttfOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVBMBKK 28 , 1002 , Jl WE LIKE , . , Fair Competition. Wo Like to Imvo you Inspect our goods and got OUH PRICES. Wo Like to hnvo you see those Solid Gold sot rings wo are soilIng - Ing at $1.60 they ivro bounties. * Wo Like to Imvo yon try us on flno watch and Jewelry repair ing. Wo Like to please ourcns tomors. If You Like to see genuine bar gains keep your eyes on our Show Windows. G. F. W. MftRQUARDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA. PICKING UP BARGAINS. If you wont to buy or build a house , 'the Elkhorn B. & 8. Asssociation will make you a loan on favorable terms. ' T. E.'ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH \ We now have every thing you need for your FRUIT CAKE. The Finest Raisins , the Cleanest Currants the Purest Spices , the Freshest Nuts. See them in our win dow. PARISH SOMETHING NICE FOR THANKSGIVING you will Qua in our superb stock of ladies' shoes. Easy , comfortable and beautiful in shape and finish. Our fine shoes are all that can be desired for...

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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