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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : 10UDAY , JANUARY 30 , 1903 A poor OXOUBO is Romotimcfl bolter than a fat QUO. Don't plant radishes yot--hvt a month of winter htiH passed. An oxohntigo advertises , "Kropf for butter. " That sound * almost too much like there might bo halm in it. It in good democratic logic an good M they over employ to olmrgo up the cool shortage to.tho republican party. South Carolina appears to bo after the record of its neighbor , Kentucky , nlong rortaln HncB of effort and achievement. January is not proving up to HH uvornKO M a month of blizzards. Thus far it has not ovou boon nblo to gonoiato n respectable snow storm. The spring elections are approaching but there 1ms boou no largo movement on the part of these ambitions to become the muyor of Norfolk. Germany 1ms assumed the star part in the Venezuelan drama and will un doubtedly bo hold responsible for any crowding of the Monroe doctrine. The victim of the rngo of Lieutenant Governor Tlllmau of South Carolina is rtoud. No...

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 — 30 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , , IAlSrUAUY 30 , European Allies Decide to With draw Their Fleets. WILL ACCEPT CASTRO'S TERMS. Minister Bowen'a Proposals Believed to Be Satisfactory Offers Thirty Per Cent of Customs Receipts as f Guarantee Still Awaiting Reply. Caracas , Jan. 27. The Associated Fress correspondent has Just received a communication from the British naval officer at LaQuayra , Informing him that the blockade will be raised tomorrow. London , Jan. 27. The morning pa pers express the greatest relief nt the prospect of a settlement of the Vene zuelan trouble as enabling Oreat Brit ain to escape from an embarrassing situation. Some difficulties are antici pated over the details of the financial y arrangement , but the greatest confidence - denco is expressed in Minister Bow- en's ability to surmount them. The government is frankly exhorted by Its organs to learn a lesson for the future that unnecessary alliances are almost as bad as unnecessary wars. The rumor published from ...

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 — 30 January 1903

SATURDAY S1FT1NQ8 , S. 0 Campbell of Madison wmi ft oity vtoltor yesterday. Mtsa Kiln Mason of 1'loroo wtw shop ping in Norfolk yoiturday. , John Uppfalt.n resident of Winner , was lu Norfolk yesterday , Paul Wot.olvonl to Ploroo yoHtordny to spend the day with frlomlM. Mr. mul Airs. Robert Sohrnm loft for Missouri Vnlloy thin morning. W , II. Garrlnon wn In the olty y ° " ' dny from WliiRldo on buBlwvw , Miss Maud Undorborg of Mmllflon visited with Norfolk friends yotiturday. MlBS Nelson wni In the oily from rinlnvluw thla uioruliiK d " K omo shopping. 0. 0. Oanffnmn was transacting bunl- UOM In Norfolk yesterday. MUM worth IB his homo. Dr. ruirt Mrs. II. T. Holdon welcomed a Imby boy to tholr homo on wont Norfolk - folk avomio this morning. Mrs. O. V. Kwlng , who Inui boon the guest of Mm. M. A. McMillan , returned to her homo In Sioux OUy today. The HouRohold Economic department of the Woman' club will moot with Mrs. Jnoob H.uim Monday afternoon nt 2:80. : Soimtor Win. V. Allan w...

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 — 30 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 30 , 1903. Young Couple From Boonc County Detained. GIRL IS BUT 14 YEARS OLD. Deputy Sheriff Arrives at Noon to Take Thorn to Albion , Whore They Were Married Against the Wishes of the Bride's Parents. From Thursday's Dully : Chief of Police Martin Kauo chap- ronod or entertained nn eloping conplo from Albion over night and today the deputy sheriff of Boone county arrived to escort them homo. In those days the tol- ephouo offers n speedy way of reaching the young folks who elope and last night the irnto piirout at Albion employ - / ploy anch menus of roaohlug this rnua- J * way pair. Ohief Eano reooirod the * message about snppor titno. After supper the ofllcor started out on the street and had not proceeded far when ho observed a young couple who looked as though they might answer for the message. Hu tapped the young man on the shoulder and fukod his namo. An < alias was givuu , hat the officer was not to bo put off and the conplo were placed ...

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 — 30 January 1903

8 T1IK NORFOLK NEWS : F1UDAY. JANUARY 30 , 1903 00 * C AFTER tits STORM By Wllllivm Hnvon Ron S. & . .VrCIurr The hurricane had died out , and the only trace of the storm upon the wa ters was the heavy swell which ( osscd the ship's longboat The nun shone with tropical fervor upon the three occupants of the little craft. Not a nail was within the per spective , and no long wreath upon the horizon gave sign of the presence ot n utcamtihlp. At the bottom of tha boat , his head resting upon the lap of a young worn- nn , a man lay. Ills face was while nnd drawn , and the glitter of his eyes told of extreme physical weakness. The other man sat upon the stern thwart and watched HCII and /ky with iinxlous guzo. The woman's face had the apathy of prolonged suffering. "Water ! Wat or ! " murmured the man nt the bottom of the boat. "Hnvo patience , Tom , " sold the wom an In n inoi'lianloal voice.Ve are In the track of ships and must be rescued noon. " "No , " said Tom faintly ; "you will...

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 — 30 January 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. PART TWO , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 80 , ) ( )8. ) PAGES 9 TO 12 Powers Arc Slow in Stating , Their Demands. CASE MAY QO TO THE HAGUE. England , Germany and Italy Insist on Preferential Treatment In Settle ment of Their Claims and Poaoo Proposals Consequently Halt Washington , Jan. SO. The Venozuo- Ian situation Is still very uncertain and officials are awaiting with some concern the derelopmonU of the next forty-eight hours. No final answer has como to Minister Bowen'fl offer of a guarantee , as demanded , as a pre liminary of the raising of the blockade - ado and the relief of the unfortunate situation In which the blockade places the people and government of Vono- euela. The contention of the three allies that they shall be glyen prefer ential preferment In settlement of claims as against all the other creditor nations Is the point on which the nego tiations now hang fire. Minister Bowen - on Is insistent that the allies shall not h...

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 — 30 January 1903

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 30 , 1903 , lk JSleuus W. N. UU8IC , PubUnhor. DAILY. IRitabllilied , IK1 , XT * day ticepl BnwUy. Hrcarrler per Mk , 15enU. Hy tn\\ \ \ per year , p .OQ. WKKKt-T NKW8-JOWINAI , . Th NtWi , MtDiUh l , 1MI , Tlie Journal , etnl > llilie < ) 1871 r ry Friday , lljr mU per yerM.M. BnUT l at Ui PottoDlet at Norfolk , Nib. , BI id slant matler. TJpbonMI IMItorlnl nenarUnent , No. U | BiulDMi Ottlo * anil Job Room * , No , S3 , A crazy Michigan iniui nto n f 100 roll of bills mid wvld Utoy were Rood , Ho ccrtixlnly was craity. The Kansas eonato 1ms dooidod to permit the women of tlmt Btnto look after the babies , fry the baoou and split the kindling for n whllo yet and have voted down n propoaitlon to give thorn the rights of sulTrngo. The inou of thnt Hoimto are ovldoutly conceited enough to believe thnt they can attend to the politics of the state. Norfolk's prospects for the comlnt. year nro very fluttering , but onro should bo exercised thn...

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 — 30 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 30 , IWffl. n THE DARK SiDh of Hfo is over uppermost to those wit ! defective eyesight. Permit as to brighten things for yon If oaro , skill and experience iu ey < testing and the fitting of GLASSES can accomplish anything , then relief and perhaps a permanent euro is oh talnablo thror gh onr assistance Eye tests are made with tlio aid o modern soloutifio instruments. Glrxssc ore made to lit at moderate cost. DR , MARQUAIiDT Ophthalmologist. A New Year's Invitation that makes for life , long happiness. Tin Elkhoru B. & S. iissocia ion will muk you a loan to build or bay on favorabli terms. T. E. ODIORNE. Secretary. Few Specialties New White Clover Honey , Pure Cider Vinegar , Pure Apple Cider , Home Made Mince Meatthe ( good kind ) GOOD Apples , Jersey Sweet Pota toes , etc. , etc. PARISH The Point of View often controls judgment as to the merits of this , that or the other article ; but view them as you will , from where yon will , you mus...

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 — 30 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUAltY 30 , 190& I TWO KINDS § OF A HER.O < > By Edward Drodcricli o * o Copyrlijlit , IHW , liy tlio 5 H. H. McOluro Company "You'd fionrco expect ono of liln Inch. OB" WIIR ( lie colonel's eomntciit. Hut the pnllnnt old Holdler wnn iiHlmmcd of lila worilH. "Hy tfoorgo ! It wn 0110 of tlio lirnvoul ili't'ilH over ROCII on the plains , " ho nlllrnu'tl , "and we'll Rivnl him properly \rltli a liand and u parade niul a ball- the bull of the HOHHOII. You uniHt BI-U to that , .Jeiintio. " The colonel'ii daughter lifted spur- kilns eyen from thu mnvHpnper. "It WHB * glorloim1 Hho hrcutlu'd , "glorl. oils ! " Shu bout over the paper , her cheeks glowing. Over and over fllie hud rend the account of Lieutenant Wolnoll'H pillunt charge on the Indian HtrouKliold at Ohecaulm gulch. All the west rang with praises for the lieu tenant. .timtiiut M f ! 1nrninltt Illlll llv'l'll 1111 ! ' twenty years a hero worulilper. She loved the colonel not BO much becaim...

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 — 6 February 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART ONE , NOHFOLlv , NK1UIASKA , Kill DAY , F1WKUARY ( > , WIN , PAGES 1 TO 8 'Presbyterian Society Planning for One This Spring. .WILL ADD AUDITORIUM LATER. ' .Location of New Building Will boat tlio Corner of Philip Avcnuo and iNinth Street Baptists May Also 'Build This Summer. Norfolk is already remarkable for the beautiful and comfortable church edi fices maintained by her people , but the prospects are that there will bo ouo , and perhaps more , now church buildings erected during the coming summer. The Presbyterian society already has plans well under way for the 'building of a church , and the Baptist society is seriously contemplating the tearing down of their present church and build ing anew. Their church occupies the government building site and as they have experienced diillonlty in soouriug some ono to more it , the building Imay bo torn down and reconstructed on the ito they have secured at the corner of Philip avenue and Fifth stre...

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 — 6 February 1903

'HIE NORFOLK NEWS : MUDAY , FKIWUAttY 0 , IJMW. Latest Venezuelan Proposal Be lieved to Be Acceptable. RENEWED HOPE OF SETTLEMENT Dlockndlng Powers Will Get Three Months' Preference Above Others. Berlin la Disappointed With Dowen. Rebels Clamor at Dates of Caracas. WuuliliiKlon , l-'cb. D. Kvory effort IB making l > y the representative of tha HloH hurc to tiucuro nn curly nettle- munt of the Venezuelan dispute with * out referring It to Thq HnKiio. In this effort the Italian niul llrltlflh am- Imnniulora and Uio Gorman inlnlHtor are rucDlvliiK the endorsement of Min ister Uowon , lift wull au tlio cordlul ap proval of the Kovornmont of the Unit- < > d Htati-H , It In umloriXJOil tliat the jtroNltk'iit , while In no way conncctud with the nuKOtlntlonn , IH In favor of n llnul agreement being reached In Washington. This fact , It IB believed , vlll havu nn Important uoiirlni ; on the IlrlllHh and Gorman foreign offices. The HrltlHh and Oorman roproBonta- tlvoR have both cabl...

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 — 6 February 1903

It sinks into the skin Mexican and is absorbed by the muscles like rain falling upon the thirsty earth , It goes right down to the most intense pain and stops it. Mustang It will cure anything that any good liniment is designed to cure. Liniment ' Keep it handy hi case you or your dumb animals get hurt. CURES Rheumatism , Lumbago , Sprains , Burns , Bruises and all hurts. Retiring President Refuses to Give Up Post. * " BONILLA STARTS REVOLUTION. Navy Department Orders Pacific Squadron to Amalpa to Protect In terests of the United States In the Troubled Country. Panama , Feb. 4. A cablegram re ceived yesterday morning from Hon duras announced that civil war has broken out In that country. Accord ing to the dispatch General Sierra , the retiring president , having refused to give up the presidential post to the president-elect , Senor Donllla , the lat ter has stnrted n civil war. The date of the revolutionary outbreak Is not known. Washington , Feb. 4. Acting Secre tary Darling sent ...

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 — 6 February 1903

nnnuiu < UL.n . N1 1WS : FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1003 T Perhaps HOIIIO other editors in South Carolina and elnowhoro have ri'iifum to congrntnlnto thcinpclvM that Tillnmn In in custody. If Gornnuiy doesn't behuvo horitelf the lonely hulks of destroyed Spanish vessels on the American coaat may have company , Of course the ground hog naw hl Hhadow. Ho usually does horoaliontfl nnd then suits his own convenience in regard to presenting spring , Governor Mickey is making no loud nnd bolntoroun plays for popular ap plause , but it ) attending to buBlnuas in n quiet and dignified manner. There may bo n month or two of this , MI you nmy ns well bruce up , grin aud make ( ho host of It , meanwhile making it up with your conl merchant. These beautiful advertisements tell ing of the comforts of a California winter - tor are having little effect on the people of Nebraska who are enjoying the pres ent wenthor. Belgium promlKOri to take the Yiino- Kiielan trouble off the hands of Ger many , Engla...

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 — 6 February 1903

THE XOUFOL1C NEWS : FRIDAY , FKIHlVARYfi , HK ) Two Arc Instantly Killed and Eleven Others Injured. COLLISION ON ILLINOIS CENTRAL Dense Fog Blinds Engineers to Danger Until Too Late Debris Catches Fire With Result That Five Care of Cattle Arc Destroyed. Chicago , Fob. 3. Two men were killed , flvo seriously injured , six oth ers slightly Injured In a rear end col lision of castbound stock trains on the Illinois Central at Clovcrdalo yes terday. The dead : William Poston , Marcus , In. ; Fireman Jackson , Seriously Injured : Zrlck Scolt , Charles Bass , Frank Wlnt , all ot Mar cus , la. ; Gcorgo Billings , Louts Dun can , Clalghorn , la. Slightly Injured : R. D. Loucks , Lnr- rabee , la. ; Ocorgo Hooper , Marcus , la. ; James Thompson , Marcus. la. ; T. J. Mnhan. LeMars. la , ; A. T. Wells , Marcus. In. ; Benedict McGoldrlck , conductor. All but tho. conductor and fireman were stockmen. The collision occurred In a dense foe. which prevented the engineer of the second train from seeIn...

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 — 6 February 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 6 , 11)03. SATURDAY 8IFTINQ8 , Mrs. II. 0. Mitt run loft fur n visit to Omiilm on the tnrly train , O. S. HlxRon was In the Sugar City ywtturdny from Plalnviow , Mrs. H. II. Skoon of I'loroc wan vlHlt- Ing in Norfolk thlH morning. 0. S. Smith of Madison wiw traiiHnot- ing Imsiiiosfl lit Norfolk this morning , GOO , S , SlOVOII80n Of MlHliflOn Wafl trans \otlng btiRlnofw in Not folk today. , T.V , Humphrey leaves tomorrow for his western trip , oxpuutlng to bo absent two inoiitlm. W. S. Tnppor arrived from Ortflpor , Wyo. , yentordny noon to act-opt a po- nition In thn furniHliliiK store of. ) . W. Humphrey , Alfred Oiboru has boon visiting niul attending tobuHlni'Rfl in Omaha during Bovunil days of this week and in still In the metropolis. MiHNt-H IJ. Miller , O. Mlllor , P. Maekay ami Messrs. W. I' . Oonon and Grant Stnckur uamu up from Btanton last night to ooo "Olo Oloson. " Proeidont W. II Buoholz of tlio Nor folk National hank lmn returned f...

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 — 6 February 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FKRRUARY 0 , JJI03. House Committee Favors a Further Appropriation. TOCOMPLETE PUBLIC BUILDING Washington Dispatch Gives It Out That Congress will Again Favor This City Business Men Enthusi astic for Flromen's Tournament. From Tuesday' * Dnllr. An appropriation of $20,000 with whlcn to complete the publio building is another good thing that is about to oomo Norfolk's way according to Wash ington advices. The houBo committee on appropri ations yesterday favorably reported the und-y civil appropriation bill , in which Kebraska is represented to the extent of 1280,000 , of which Norfolk is to ro- ooivo $20,000 for the completion of the government building hero providing the bill passes and becomes n law. This additional appropriation should permit Norfolk to presunt ouo itf the finest public buildings in the state out side of Omiiha and Lincoln , when the work is completed. The object of the appropriation is uudoutitodly to pro Tent any delay when it comes t...

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 — 6 February 1903

8 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 0 , 1903 F NTIRELY JL JUSTIFIABLE By Hvk Willltvtni Mivlone Oj > | .T < ubf , JWf , l\i \ tilt S. . * , Brother IlankliiH wan up before Jus tice Bradbury for assault and battery Brother IlankliiH , who had nlwayn considered "going to court" as the next Dlep toward n trip lo Ilio nether re gions. Yet It WHH perfectly evident from the proof that Brother IlankliiH was guilty of the charge brought against him- tlmt he had assaulted Deacon Kit Bmlth. The deacon'H manifold and manifest pcrmmal dcfnccmonU : proved the facts , nnd the oatlm of vailoim wit nesses clinched the proof. Brother Ilauklns' cotinttcl mitight to establish the plea that there were mill- gating clreuniHtaneeH. and Brother ITanklns was allowed to take the stand In his own behalf. He pulled his foretop - top In the way he had been taught WIIH the proper thing when he wanted ( o "UNO nuiniicr.s" and said : "Yo' Bho' aln' no mo' s'prlscd to HCO mo heah , Jedge. den I IB to bo I...

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 — 6 February 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PART TWO , NORFOLK NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FKIMUARY 0 , i'.KM. ' PAGES 9 TO 12 Allies Will Not Negotiate Fur ther With American Minister. "WANT ROOSEVELT FOR ARBITER. President's Refusal to Settle Ques tion of Preferential Claims Means Recourse to Hague Court Latest Note Settles the Powers. Washington , Feb. C. Irritated by the note of Mr. Dowcn , addressed to the British ambassador on Monday last , refusing to accept the allies' pro posal for a scheme of preferential pay ments by which Great Britain , Ger many and Italy wore to receive 20 per cent and the remaining eight cred itor nations 10 per cent of the cus toms of LaGuayra and Puerto Cabello , 'the allied powers have Instructed their representatives here to resub- mlt the question of preferential treat ment for settlement to President Tlooscvolt , and in the event that he declines to act as arbiter , to take this and possibly the entire Venezuelan question to The Hague for settlement , thereby break...

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 — 6 February 1903

10 TUB NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , FEBRUAUY 0 , in)3. ( ) The Norfolk | Sicu4s v W. N. IIUBIC. Publlnbor. DAILY. llbtarillilieil. llWIi * f r day ic iit Huiulur , Ilr carrier lnt h , ia etnli. Hy mall per year , Jrt.OO. WKKHI.Y NKWH-JOllllNAIi. itiiolltlieil , 1KHI , The Journal , MtnMlflind 1K71 ttry Frldny. Hy mall per year , $1.W. Bator * ! t tli Pnttoflloa at Norfolk , Neb , , n * rwonilelaii mailer , t l t > hon * l Killtorlal Doimrtmiint , No. H | Bn ln ORlo * and Job Room * , No. SIX. The revenue roviHlon committee in ln dnitriotiH niul is holding three flOHslonB a day to get through with tholr work by the ttmotho h-glslixturo agnln convenes. "CW Atldlclca Imt decided that ho IIM Imil enough ninl nnnounocH his withdrawal from the senatorial contest iu Di-lixwiiro. It IB hnllod us another in- Unco where the wishes o ( the peop'o have prevailed ngalnst capital and pull. Norfolk wants the firemen's tounm- mont for IDOil. Lust your HIO tried to pull olV a street fnlr and It didn't...

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 — 6 February 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWSt FlUDArY , FEBRUARY 0 , lUUH. Glasses for Old Eyes ! Pnrtlcnlnr nttoutiou IB given to lilting SPECTACLES lor elderly people. Wo can do yon good tf you will let us attend tb your eyes in time. DR. Ophthalmologist. WORTH ITS WEIGHT h GULD The Elkhorn B. & S. nsaocin ion will sake vmi n loan to build or buy on fn ' toruin. " T.'E. ODIORNE , Secretary. P I u Few Specialties New White Clover Honey , Pure Cider Vinegar , Pure Apple Cider , Home - Made Mince Meat ( the good kind ) GOOD Apples , Jersey Sweet Pota toes , etc. , etc. PJ& Ink li/Mffk I On the Subject or many theories can be formulated and much talk expanded , but we know from practical experience that the shoes WH ell offer moro points of merit , are bettor made , more comfortable , more stylish and neater in effect and appearance than any shoos offered to the public. Their comfort is guaranteed , as wull as their absolute durability over and any other make. "We Keep Open Evenings until 9:00 o'clock. T...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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