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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 November 1902

154 THE NOlrfOLlt NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 28 , L. L. REMBE , PLUMBER. Stcam"aiid Hot Water Heating. First door South of News Office. J.R. ELDER , Sioux City Florist. Awarded first prominm on Funeral Designs. Handsome noses , Carnations , fains , Fern ? Flowers snipped in fresh condition. Phon4AOk. Utjr oil cot Cor. 6th nml I'lorco Wide Awake II , BUBHHOLX X BO , AH Kinds of Gents' Furnishings- . . . .Strlctly Up.to-Dnto PRICKS RIGHT GIVE US A CALL . . . .TRY. . . . THE. NEWS North-Worn Line F. E. & .M.V. R. R. is the best to and from the great SUGAR BEET FIELDS of North Nebraska. KOW READY The Many Adventures of FOXY GRANDPA I Including nil tlio merry pictures con- tn 1 11 oil In tlio tun vohimoi , outltlod "AilvouluroB of Foxy Urnmiiui" nnil "KurthorAdvoutiir 8of Foxy Ornuil- Mr. Schnltzo said to inu ono dny nt liincli : "What do von think of a aorlo o ( comic drawings donlliiK with n Rrand- fnthor nnd hli two frrmulaonsT" "Let the KmiuUntlior bo the clever ono of the trio. In...

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 — 5 December 1902

RFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAI NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , DECEMBERo , 1902. ANNUAL HOLIDAY SALE ! The Largest Stock of Holiday Goods We Have Ever Shown. | | /CAREFULLY Prepared Bargain Sale in Dry Goods throughout our store. We can't tell much in an Add , but shop in our store. Large buying | j : * * * and large selling enables us to give Prices Incomparable. FOR THE CHILDREN'S GIFT MAKING We can't begin to enumerate the scores | - of Toys. They must be seen. Watch our prices closely. * * Dolls Are Always Important. Direct Importation Kid Body Dolls. , Twelve doz. Kestncr , very bust kid body , movable eyes , natural hair , special loader , 25 cents. 500 DollH , the finest array of dolls you have overseen soon , kid body , 25 cents to $ ( ! .DO each. Dressed Dolls 25 cunts to $2 GO , uow on sale. \Vo discarded all trashy dolls this season and Imvo bought only tlio best , holidly nmdo. This is a fea ture worth remembering. DOLL BUGGIES. A doll must ride in a Oar- riago. Doll Buggies , 8...

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 — 5 December 1902

2 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FJUDAY , DECEMBER 5 , 1902. W , N. UUBK. rnbllBhor. DAILY. Kfttnblliliml , tW. Httri ilny ic ul Bmulny. H carrier lint iek , 15 e ul . lly nmll jior yeixr , tfl.OO. WKKH I.Y NISWH-.IOUHNAI. , xbiN KiitiiDit ii ii , mi. Th Jonrnnl , e li\lllnlioil IS17 Kwy Fr litnr. "r mdll i > or jnnr , $ lt.O. RnUr il Rl tlio Poitotllco nt Norfolk , Neb. , iti itcoml cUii mutlor. Ttliplinuem Kdllnrlnl lni > rtmmit , No. Ml liotlnfii OillcB niul Job Room * , No. SZS. The Mississippi Is i naln lirouhliiR lt bonds In Louisiana , iiiul inhabitants of the lowlands lm\o boon warned to ( lee for safety. Why don't thtwo people como to Nobrtinkii where It is planned to bnlld dams to Itoop the water in in- Btontl of ont and where Htorios of innnndntlou are HO lnfrciuont na to bo almoflt nnknowu. Stand up for Ne braska. County Suporlntoudont Ornni roliiton 511 instance where parents , or the father nnyway , complained of the inoflloionoy of the schools and the teacher , statinfc tlm...

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 — 5 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : JKIUDAY , DKOEM1WR f > , JM2 , .Ex-Secretary of War Succeeds Late Senator McMillan. HOUSE TO PAY STRIKE JUDGES. Will Consider Dill Voting Money to Arbitrators at Today's Sitting. Congress Hears the Reading of the President's Message. Washington , Doc. 3. Interest In the session of the senate yesterday wns heightened by the fact that the presi dent's message to congress would bo road and also that General Russell A. Alger of Michigan , former secretary of war under President McIClnloy , would bo aworii in to flll the vacancy caused by the death of Senator Mc Millan. Ills desk and chair were hid den beneath a mass of flowers , and as he took his seat , ho was surrounded by a number of his colleagues who ex tended hearty congratulations. In the gallery were a number of General Al- ger's personal friends and his faintly. One hour of the session was con sumed in reading the president's mes sage. Almost the entire Republican representation was In their seats , but no...

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 — 5 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRTDA Y , DECEMBER 5,1902. the rclntlot ) of thn Mtlonnl cunrtl to the inllltta ntul voluntror furors or thn I'lilti'il Btntofl itluntld bo dpiltml ntul tlint In pluco of our present obsoli'tn lawn n iirnrtlciil nnd efllclcnt nynlrin nhottld tin mlopU'tl , Provision nhoutil bo mmlo to i-tiulilit thn ofvnr to krc | cnvulry mid nr Ullery luimort worn out In IOIIK iiorforiu- nncu of duty. Biiclt liori > en fctrli liul n trlllovliin Hold , nna rntliiT Uinn turn them out to tlio inlKory nwnllliiK tlirni WlHMI tllllH dl l > 0llfd Of It WOUlll III ) llOttlT to employ thorn nt Iliitit work nrounil the pontH nml when noci'HHiiry to put llit-in pnlnlonnly to donth. Far thn Mrfil tlmo In o\ir lilntorimviil innniMlviTH on , ix luriio iicnln urn liolllK hrld tnulrr the Immcillalu uommnml of ( .lie iul- inlrnl of the navy. CoiiNtiuttly liirrrnHlitq nltrntlon In bolnit imld toMho Kunncry of the nnvy , lint It In yet fnr from wlint It hniild bo. I cnrncally urge thnt thn In...

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 — 5 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : 1MTDAY , nKOEMUEU 0 , liKK. Steamer Charles Hebard and Its Tow Wrecked. CAUGHT IN A FURIOUS QALE Former IB Dashed to Pieces on the Rocky Shore of Lake Superior. Schooner Aloha Believed to Have Gone Down With Crew. Snult Sto. Marie , Mich. , Dec. 2. In the torrlblo west gnlo on Lake Supe rior Saturday night the Btoainor GhnrloB Hebard was driven on the rocky shore nt Point Mamalnso and was soon dashed to pieces by the sons. Her crew , consisting of thirteen men nnd a woman cook , have not been heard from and it Is feared all have perished. The schooner Aloha , one of the consorts which the Hobard had In tow , broke away from the steamer in Lake Superior and has not been hoard from since. When last sighted the Aloha was laboring hard in the trough of the sea. The schooners Warming- ton and Francombo , the other vessels of the tow , ran before the gale after breaking away from the Hebard and succeeded in reaching an anchorage at Copper Mine Point. The tugs General an...

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 — 5 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 5 , 1002. Ohrl tmnsyon'ronoxt. How would you Hko to bo the rurnl nmil route nmn ? Now tfl ft good time ; to bo tlmnkfnl tlmt the coal Htriko wan nettled whun It WIV8. The Ice man 1ms hopes that thin maybe bo the beginning ofn good lucrattvo business for next , summer. A womnn who would kill her ohlltl for $ f > 0 , the crime with which a Malno woman Is charged , is not a woman. She ii n flond , After u study of the complete election returns a Washington corroflpondent fot-ls justified In bollovliiR that the Boven remaining populists In. KaueiiB cast thulr votoa , Young America has no sooner digested his TliniikflBlvlng dinner thim hla thoughts turn Christ nwswnrd with thoughts of the good things that will bo nerved ou that occasion , nsMias boon the custom. An Omaha burglar entered r proaohor's honso on Sunday night and took away * IO In cash , belonging to the good man. A man who would do that would Htoal coppers from a Sumiiiy school contrib...

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 — 5 December 1902

TJ1K NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DKOHMBKR / , 1002. * * ' No Agreement is Reached by Parties During Recess. SIX WITNESSES ARE CALLED. Proceedings Drag and Commissioners Get Impatient Renewed Talk of Private Settlement Lawyers Admit Something of Sort Is In the Air. Scranton , Dec. 4. The anthracite coal companies and their employes having failed to corao to an agreement during the Thanksgiving recess of thu strike commission , the hearing of the miners' side of the case was continued yesterday and unless something is done by the lawyers on both sides to \ curtail matters , the proceedings will Burely run Into next year. With the reassembling of the commission , how ever , there was a revival of the talk of a "settlement out of court. " Noth ing definite 1ms been done and neither side has approached the other so far as can be learned regarding further negotiations , but as one prominent at torney expressed it , "There is some thing In the air. " Six witnesses were on the stand during the ...

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 — 5 December 1902

8 TUB NORFOLK NEWS : FJRIDAY , DECEMBER o , 1902 Shelly Lcnticum Drowned This Afternoon While Skating- , DOY ABOUT I4J YEARS OLD Wns in the Cold Wntor About Hnlf an Hour nncl When Iho Dody wns Recovered Life Had | boconio Ex tinct Son of Alf Lontlcum. I'rom 9ntnnlii ) > Dnllyt Shelley Lontioum , HOU of Alf JLLonti- cum , n boy about. 1 1 yontH o ( ago , wns drowned in the Northfork rlvor this afternoon about 11 o'oloolc , whllo nknt- With u number af compnnloiiH of about his own ago , [ Iw WIIH ] ulcat- ing on the bayou on the oiint sldo of tlio Notthfork , nouth of the M. & O. liridgo. Thn ii'o on the bnyou won not thlclc unit toward the rlvor it thlnnod perceptibly until , where the outotT joined the river , there \vaH no ice at nil and the river was not fro/.un , The boyn were engaged in a gnmu of tlnro , ono trying to see how much nearer the river ho oould go tlmu an other without falling hi. With n "wntoh mo , boys" young Loutloum took the longest dnro and broke through ...

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 — 5 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : VIUDAY , DECEMBER 5 , 1002 , SATURDAY SIFTINGS , Tomorrow is the first Sunday iu Ad vent. vent.W. W. A. King has gone for a trip to Colorado. Miss Mason of Pierce is n guest of Mrs. U. E. Owen. Mrs. H. G. Ooroll is in the city from Plnluviow visiting with friends. Mrs. Frank Russol is enjoying a visit from her parents , who arc hero from Exeter , this state. Nownian grove , by a vote of 8-1 to 12 , has decided to have n waterworks sys tem and flro protection. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson loft this morning for Neligli , where they will visit for a couple of days. The condition of Miss Elsie Ahlman was very serious at noon today and the family fears that she will not survive the night. Willis MoBrido of Madison came over from Madison and loft today for Blair to attend the funeral of a cousin , W. H. MoBrido. Ho was accompanied to Blair by his mother , of this city. Mrs. F. W. Koorbor has returned from Ohadronwhere she wassummoudby ; the announcement that her brothers ch...

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 — 5 December 1902

10 NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , DECEMBERS , 1902. THE TRYST.An An Indian Idyl. From The Book of Remembrance. Translated from the Original By lu , J. II. MAOKAY , M. 1) . , Norfolk , Nob. KXl'IiANATOHY NOTIC. "While on a visit to my old homo In the summer of 1800,1 piokod up a quaint old book printed in the Guollo language in Edlnburg in the your 1MII mid tin- tltlod"Leablmlr 'im Mhulutlruoh/'Hook of Komombranoos. Under the hondliiKi Calb. XLXtls the following exquisite Indian idyl which I have translated us faithfully us the dilVoronoo in idioms and construction of nn old language , dating buck many thousands of yearn , mid n modern ono will permit. There are other tntoroflting chapters in the book Anglo-Indian tales , HoiiRfl and loRoudH , HtorieH of KulllrH and Hotten tots , talon of Htrouuoufl wars ou the con tinent nud picturesque details of con flicts with Aniurioan Indiuna , which I may find tlmo Homo fnturo day to trans late. late.Tho The history of the book is worthy of a p...

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 — 5 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWSI : KIUDAY , DEOKMHMIl 6 , 1U02 , II No Mistake , ii Y u innko no mistake by in specting our flue line of Watches , Clocks , Jewelry and Silver-Plated-Waro Make Your Christmas Selection Now OUR STOCK IS NEW AND COMPLETE. OUH PRICES ARE RIGHT. If you wish to have any Jewelry made over for Christmas bring them in now. G. F. W. MARQUARDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. PICKING UP BARGAINS. If you want to buy or build a house , the Elkhorn B. & S. AsEflociation will make you a loan on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH Our Home Made r - Mince Meat 1 * is now ready. It is made of the .choicest materials and is bettor than any factory stuff and sells for 10 cents per pound. All We Ask is One Trial ! PARISH - As Far As Looks Go , any maker can turn out a shoo that will look good , but to make them as good as they look is quite another matter. The shoes sold by The Palace Shoe Store have that rare combination of not only appearing good , but being fully...

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 — 5 December 1902

f 12 THE It Oil FOLK NEWS : HUUAY , DECEMBER 5 , 1902. | k T _ f fl ( w. n. nucnoi.7. rroii.iont. 1 % / " \ < * T/fc I I/ " J AMCXANUKIMIKAH , McePnulden 1 lOl ILPI1\ ( K.W/.UTX , Cnsliler. National Bank. OLDEST ESTABLISHED BANKING BUSINESS IH NORTHEAST HEBRASKA Capital , $100,000.00 Surplus , $20,000.00 Does a General Banking ( Business Buys and Sells Eiolmn o. Intercut Paid on Tlmo Deposits. Drafta nnd Money Orders Bold on any Point In Bnrotp. A General Steamship and Foreign PaaaaKO lUiHlncaa Trnnanoted/ A.HRAtl , K.IMIAMON , F. J. 1IALK , W. II , HUOUOJUZ , WM ZDTZ N.A. HAINllOIiT B.H. I-M Get What You Ask for at UHLE'S ' GROCERY. ALL ORDERS arc filled promptly and with caro. Our goods are FIRST-CLASS in every particular. Wo know precisely what is wanted by our custom ers. Wo aim to Give you the Best Value for Your Money. South sldo Mutti St. , botwoou 3d tmd Od. Tolophouo 41. Hayes Jewelry and I Music House PIANOS , ORGANS AND OPTICAL GOODS. EYES TESTED FREE. Wo have placed 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 — 12 December 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. PART ONE , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , DKOKMBKR 12 , 11)02. ) PAGES 1 TO 8 , Falls Under the Cars at Lynch Last Night. HE WAS DEAD WHEN PICKED UP. His Nock Was Broken and Death Ro suited Instantly Ho Had Boon a Resident of Norfolk Nine Years and Was Well and Favorably Known. From Tuesday's Dally. Herman Faglorl , a brakeumii on the F. K. & M. V. , was lustnutly killed lust night at Lyncli. Fagleri was n young man about 28 or 'M years old , and WIIH one of the crow of train No. 18 , from Norfolk to Bonesteol , in charge of Con ductor Brlgys nud Engineer NOBOU. ! The ucoldt at happened about 8 o'clock hist evening , but it is diilloult to do- terinino juHt how it did occur. A gen tleman who cuiun down from Lynch this morning Biiid the members of tlis train ciew could not toll how it hap pened , further than Faglori was struck by iv car and killed instantly. When f mud at tlio Hide of the track he was dead with his neck and collar bone broken. T...

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 — 12 December 1902

TJIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 12,1902. House Decides by Small Major ity to Reject Measure. HOLIDAY RESOLUTION PASSES. Short Session of Congress Is to Ad journ Dec , 20 and Reconvene Jan. 5. Senate Devotes Another Day to the Immlorntfon Dill. Washington , Doc. 10. After tlclmt- liiK the London dock chnrKCB bill fur almost four IIOUTH the house ycutordny chopped Its lii-ntl oft by atrlkliiK out the t'lwutliiK clniiHO. Tlilii klllotl thu LIU. The ilelmtovnu splrltod on hotli Bltlt'H unil nil day the inumburHvoro llootk'ilvltli toloRrniiw respecting the bill. The withdrawal of the tuiniiort of the lumber nnd inunl piuMtlng Inter cuts , which originally hud joined with the Hour mlllliiK IntoruHtfl In jireuuhiK the inoamiro , brought ahnut UH dofoat. Tlio lliiul vote WIIH l.'SS to 2'J In fivvor of the motion to strlUu out the oimcl- liiK i'lauso. Speeches weru madu In favor of the bill by Tawnoy ( Minn. ) mid Hlchardtum ( Aln. ) , and uguliiHt It by AdaniBou ( On.Vaiuor ) ; , Adan...

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 — 12 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FKTDAY , DECEMBER 12 , 1902 -British and German Ministers Board Friendly Cruiser. 'STRONG MEASURES MAY RESULT Diplomats Fall to Collect Bills Peace ably , Close Both Legations and Withdraw From Caracas Home , Authorities In Ignorance of Step. Caracas , Dec. 9. The British min ister , W. II. D. Haggard , and Ihe Qer- .man charge d'affaires , Von Pilgrim- TJallazzl , left Caracas at 3 o'clock yes terday afternoon for LaGuayra , whcro Minister Haggard went on board the British cruiser Retrlbullon , and Herr Pllgrlm-Baltazzl boarded the German cruiser Vlnotn. Both the British and the German legations have been closed. Sunday the British minister and the Gorman charge d' affaires deposlled if si * M the private residence of the foreign ' -v' , i minister , Lopez Barralt , separate de- . , . mauds , Ihe British demands being for Bctllementj of claims and olher matters arising from the last revolution , nnd ' the German demands being for the . , payment of Inlerost on th...

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 — 12 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 12 , 1110,2 The JSlottfolk Meads The World-Herald hmriw Unit " Wy oming hnsn copper bottom ninl IH two- thirds full of oil , " The Orolmnl News Is the immo of n r ' now paper started in that town hint vrook. It Is n six-column quarto with four pages of homo print. Cl. W. Hutton - ton is publisher ixnd 0. It , HoliliiHon odltor. The cold wave took freo/ing wont her with it down to MkslnHlppi and Lnuisl- aim mid they Imd HQIIIO HIIOW Micro to rointnd ( hum thut UN doitlronblo winter resorts they Hhonld not toot tholr horns fee loudly. It nmy como to thu point that the mignr trust will ho compelled to force the OubatiH to take its reciprocity hull , The puoplo of thut island hnvo become Americanized enough to wont nil they oun got and kick for morn. A Now Jersey youth ot 17 shot ut u rnhhlt mid killnd his father. It IH prob able thut n school of marksmanship would ho wull patronized Inltliut Htato. They I'urtiilnly need Hiioh Instruction if they urn...

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 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 12 , 1002 European Allies Land Marines at LaGuayra. .VENEZUELAN WARSHIPS SUNK. .President Oastro Calls on His People , to Take Up Arms Against Great Britain and Germany Caracas Mob Stones German Embassy. LaGuayra , Venezuela , Dec. 11. Ten German and four British cruisers cap tured the Venezuela fleet yesterday. They went alongside the Venezuelan vessels and ordered them to surrender and without a shot being fired the British and German forces seized the fleet in the name of the German em peror and the king of Ungland. Two of the vessels , which were undergoing repairs , were broken up. The Gorman cruiser Panther steamed Into the har bor duilug these proceedings with her decks cleared for action. The Vene zuelan steamers were taken outside the harbor and the General Crespo , Tutmo and Margarita were sunk. The Ossun was the only vessel spared , In view of the protest made by the Wrench charge d'affaires , II. Qulev- roux , who notified the comnlod...

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 December 1902

0 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 12.1902. GOAAOQAAOOAAOOAAOOAAOOAAOg I CHARGING 1 the ยง ENEMY | By Martha McCullocMWams 8 j Q > j > ITffl'iMK'ttiM.S. ' | JllfhnnUou MTTOOTTOOTTOOTTOOTTOOTTOO 1 Old Oil ) I5 ! ll went HWliiKlMR mill ntmnphiK "l'oi ' > Ills crutclu'H down tlio nlrwt ntiil ii | ) tlw steps of ) iln Htoro. It vnn ? tlio lilptfi'Bt Btoro In town , tliotiRli h ot tlio mimrtost. Joe llpcniun , who liuil opcmnl up tli" nprltiK lii'foro , Just ncrofm tlio Htreotvn running old ( Jilt hnrd In Krorerlw * nnd liiirdwnro and leaving him out of nl ht wlion It onmo to knlcUkimrljH or dry gooilH jmro nnd tUmplo. i A ninn who linlf know looked after old Oil ) , then neronfl at the HKH ) of his orouiiK rival and innniiured half to lilinnolf , "What a pity ! " Another man ( who knew nlno looked , llnteiied to tlio pxclnnmtlon and answered It , HtlclcliiK ont his chin aa ho spoke , "Hotter HHJ , 'What a Hlminol1 " 1 "What'H a Hliamo , doe ? " a third tmld , coming up behin...

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 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FH1DAY , DEOKMBEIl 12 , 1002. SATURDAY SIFTINGS , _ Floyd WiUoii of Sioux City is visiting with Norfolk frloudB. Mrs. W. H. Green of Crcighton is visiting her parents , Mr. and Mre. M. 3. Kennedy. Necdham Brothers of Wlnbido have Bold their implement business to I. Brnggcr nud Roland Fish. The train from the east was an hoar late on the Elkhorn today and the one from the west was an hour and -15 min utes behind time. Bishop Williams of Omnha was a guest of Hov. 3. 0. S. Weills over night , having come up from Columbus. IIu is enronte to Crolghtou. Santa Glaus will have no excuse for substituting an automobile for his sleigh and reindeers this season , providing Old Sol and Old Boreas will leave the snow alone. If any Norfolk merchants are now lacking anything to bring them a good ' holiday trade it is probable that an in vestment in printer's ink would supply the deficiency. Mrs. ,1. Weaver and Mrs. P. E. Car- rington of Movillo , Iowa , mother and \ . Bister of M...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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