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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 6 March 1903

THE NORFOLK NWS : FRIDAY , MAMCH 0 , 1903 , Next pprhiR the ground nhould bo lirlbcd. Corbet t niul .TefTurles nro nt It with their mouth * . 1'crhnps Mnroh will hnvo gomothlnR bolter tlinn this to olTcr. yobnmry hns unnnimoiiR consent to inko its weather with it , If Mnroh will do the rlnht thin now , the vonml equinox may bo ono of gront comfort niul joy to the pooplo. Homo followB cotiflldor the l > ook boor nlga the bust Digit that spring in hum ntirt nro anxiously nwuitliiK the dlimlay of snob intllcntion. "Whon it Rots cold enough in ToxnH to froev.o people to donth , prophets nro justified In predicting tlint wo hnvo hnd n pretty oovuro winter in thin country , An I ml I mm club of women proposes to pluco KOtwlp under the bnn. Porlmpu Iho intoutlon of the loaders of the move ment is to rcdnco the inoinborahlp. With the Btrcot crosBlngH hurled under nn inch to three inches of soft , innclcy innd , thin would bo ft good dny for the struct connnlBHlonor to bo in ovi- ilonco. ...

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 March 1903

PL-LE NOKFOLK NI3WS : FRIDAY , MAliriF 0 , 11)03 ) Senate Debates the Aldrich Finance Bill. HOUSE ADOPTS A NEW RULE Design Is to Further Limit Power of Minority to Obstruct Buslneso. Makes Some Progress In Legislation Despite Democratic Filibustering. Washington , March 3. The senat yesterday passed the general deficien cy bill after four hours' considera tion and after It had been amended In several particulars. An amend ment by Rawllns , calling for rn ap propriation of $50,000,000 to further the work of irrigating the arid lands , furnished material for considerable discussion , Rawling contending that the surplus In the treasury could be better used in this manner than by turning It into the national banks. The amendment was rejected on a point of order. When the Aldrich financial bill was taken up , Teller con tinued his remarks begun Saturday. Ho was followed by Carmack , who re plied to some criticisms of a recent speech by him on the subject of mur ders In the Philippines. D...

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 March 1903

" * 6 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FiUDAY , MAIiCII 27 , 1903. SATURDAY SIFTINQS. The junior loagno noulnl ban been postponed Indefinitely , Loin. Brogden was a olty visitor to day from Neligh. Arthur l owl was a Norfolk visitor yesterday from Wayno. , Miss Esther Mason Is homo from Tilden to spend Sunday. Arthur Richards of Battle Creek was u oily visitor over night. K. W. Carder of Crolghton had busi ness In Norfolk yesterday , J. M. Dawson of Madison was In the city yesterday on business. .T , F , IVtorson of Madison transacted business in the oily yesterday. „ Mr . 9. Richardson of Orolghton was Khopplng in Norfolk yesterday. Ed. Sohukoy and Lester Parsons of Uattlo Crook experienced Norfolk's Rootlon of thoblt//ard last night. Mrs. Maud Brant , who has boon visit ing with Notfolk friends for novoral weeks , returned to her homo in Noola , Iowa , today. J. Burrows of Platte county , who ro- oontly purchased the residence property of G. It Muson in Hayes addition , is moving in today. W. E...

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 March 1903

TJIE NORFOLK NEWS : V1UDAY , MA1UMI 0 , 11)03. ) V \ t ' Convicted of Murder in First Degree. VERDICT THIS AFTERNOON. Jury Decided that She Killed Her Husband and She Is Sentenced to the Penitentiary for Life Will Ask for a New Trial. [ From Tuesday's Dally. ] David Olty , March a1:20 : p. in. Special to The News : The jury m tno Lllllo murder case has just brought in a verdict charging Mrs. LUHo with being guilty of the murder of her husband , * Harvey Lillie , aud the judge has son- v tenced the woman to Imprisonment for life. The prisoner and her attorneys > ' wore shocked as the horrible truth was I brought homo to them aud have not yet made a statement but it is probable that they will nt once file a motion for a now trial. The people who have boon certain that the jury would disagree on the ver dict , almost to a confidence , were ns much surprised as the prisoner and her counsel. Tno state presented an un usually strong array cf evidence , but it was not thought that the j...

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 March 1903

8 TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH G , 1903 I EFFECT § OF THIRTY I SIDES * TJy "Richard Kann ? ' CoMiW. 1002 , tr the S. S. M(4jr Compjor Harrington Imtl gouo up spasmodically - ly from small parts to loads. While ho J\vns playing In stock on the way up 1" ' bnit written n play. Of course tlu play fwua never produced , Ami about dial time Harrington began to come down. Ills coming down had not been upas- modlc. It had been certain nnd iiuro its fate. Ho Hcomod , however , able to hold a position an stage door keeper. Ho could bo heared Into coming nronnd on time for nuccosidvo weeks by tin1 throat that ho would ho assigned to thu billposter's forces. And ho was only thirty-live. Homo times when ho became very bad he would inumblo something about "Idea- nor , " Hut mumblings about "lOloanor" didn't excuse Ills condition to Buscoe , , who believed that ( hero waH no roaiiou on earth good enough to keep a man nway trom the theater later than 7IO : ! nnd no trouble great enough to nee...

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 March 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL r PART TWO , NOIU'OLK , NEBRASKA , K1UDAY , MA1KMI ( > , 1008 , PAGES 9 TO 12 Thorpe Store Broken Into Last Night. YOUNG MAN KILLED AT FILLEY. -Caught in Belting of an Elevator and Crushed to Death Revenue Meas ure Finally Roaches the House , Loaded With Amendments. Battle Crock , Maroh G. Special to 'The News : The Thorpe store at this place was broken into last night , bat the burglars were frightened away bo- 'fore they had scoured any plunder. An effort is being inado to secure blood hounds to locate the marauders. Boy Killed at Filloy. Filley , Neb. , March 0. Special to The News : Lars Larson , a youug man 17 years of age , caught in the bolting of L. ' an elevator where he was at work this . morning , and was killed instantly. 'Ho approached too close to a rapidly moving bolt and a portion of his cloth ing was caught. The clothing failed to give way and in an instant he was being - ing carried over the pulley at the outer > turn of 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 — 6 March 1903

4 10 THE NORFOLK NWS : FRIDAY , MAttOjI 6 , 1903 , . . .SPRING OPENING An All Round Change and Price Cutting at the Bee Hive. The Bcc Hive is now ready for business with a complete line of Dry Goods , Clothing , Gents' Furnishings and Shoes , and a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Our business is now under the management of two parties and therefore makes us more capable of giving the people better Bargains. We havtc added to our stock a full line of Clothing * Gents' Furnishings and Shoes , and will make the prices so that you can not help buying here. We always make a success of anything we undertake. Our full line of Spring Goods are here , the finest and largest ever brought to the city , consisting of all the new and popular weaves for 1903"such as the new Egyptian Tissues , Embroidered Pine Apple , Linen Batiste , Silk Zephyr , Point Mechlin , and the always popular Dimities , Persian Lawns and White Goods. In fact they must be seen to be appreciated. Don't forget we h...

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 March 1903

THE NOKIW.K . NEWS : FRIDAY , MAUdl 0 , 1 0 , GOOD GLASSES. Thoro'a nothing BO trying to the eyes as a poorly' fitted pair of louses , even if you did buy thorn cheap. That thought is of no comfort to your aching eyes. Oar ootlcal knowledge nnd experience nro at your service any time yon call , and wo will convince yon that wo know your eye uoods. DR. MARQUARDT , Ophthalmologist. WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN COLD The Elkhorn B. & S. associa ion will make yon n loan to build or buy on fa vorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. THE RELIABLE GROCER PARISH ORDINARY SHOES WON'T FIT nil feet. When yon want to buy a pair of shoes that will give you both comfort and satisfaction in the wearing there is only one place in town where yon can procure them , and that is at STAPENttORST & . CO.'S. We Keep Open Evenings until 0:00 : o'clock. The Palace Shoe Store The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. to dny : Maximum temperature ! i8 Minimum tempera...

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 — 6 March 1903

rill I II PHE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 0 , 1H03 A complete couwo pj Instruction In preparation for Letter Carrier Kxaml- wntIon , sent by mull complete , iK > .00. JUost successful system In the U. S , THE SUCCESS SYSTEM , SPRINGFIELD , MASS. MILLARD GREEN , DRBY and TRMSFER LINE Piano Moving n Specialty. Phone fi8. Calls Promptly Annwnro't , JU. N. , T. IIOAQLAND , Oatcopntlilc Physician Dlsflnien Iwth nonta nntl ohroulo i Ltrontotl without ute of ilniffior lailto. i riiotio No. V M , Olllon.'iU ranlilmioa , 100 NorthllOtli Htroot , Norfolk Nebraska gKSBIONS iV : BULL , Umlbrtakorflinnd Embalmorn , Htiiloni Iltk. , Norfolk ATD. Norfolk , Nebraska | ) U. BERTHA AIILMAN I Ml PHYSICIAN r f Thono 107. forJLadloB and Children rii jimy bo leased by private parties at any time for reasonable prices , Ladles welcome > como nt any tluio. { J T N/E. WILKINSON & SON. L. L. REMBE. , i PLUMBER. i Steam and Hot Water Heating. I First doorlSoutlijOf News Offlco. . . .TI-IE. . . Nor...

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 — 13 March 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART ONE , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , MARCH I 13 , )0 ) . PAGES 1 TO 8 Institute In Session Yesterday and Today at Orr's Hall. 'INTERESTING ' AND INSTRUCTIVE 'Messrs. Llcwelllng of Brownvlllo , Avery of Lincoln , Hull of Alma , Winter - tor af Norfolk , Worker of Plorco and Lyon of Lincoln Talk. [ From Saturday's Dally. ] The annual session of the Norfolk farmers' institute opened in Orr's bull yesterday morning , President A. L. Garter presiding , with rather a monger attoudauco , but much interest was man ifest by those present and they found thnt the instruction received was fully \vortb the time they hud given to nttoud. The attendance improved during the afternoon and in the evening there was a good audience out. The session con tinues through today and will close with the meeting tonight. Dr. Samuel Avery of the state uni versity was the first speaker of the session. The subject taken up was "Sorghum Poisoning of Cattle" Dr. Avery and other ...

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 — 13 March 1903

T1IENORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCE 13,19M. Trains Collide at End of Double Track Near Omaha. DUE TO MISTAKE OF OPERATOR. Second Section of No , 2 Passenger Crashes Into Freight Fireman ! Killed and Engineer and Daganae. < man Injured. Ornnhn , March 12. The mistake of n operator In throwlnR a Bwltch at Gllmoro , at the end of Uio iloublo track on the Union Pacific Junt out of Omnha , wan the canao of a wreck which cost ono llfo and the severe In jury of two others. The dead : 0. P. Haycn , Hroman frctnht train , Oinalm. The Injured : Knijlnocr Joollawloy anil HaKKaRoman Church of the pan- scngor , Omaha , The two trains vrhlch collided were the ncconil nectlon of No. 2 , onnthotinil pannenRcr , and a wcnthound freight. The freight trnln was waltliiK at the end of the douhlo track for the PHBB- cngnr to pasfl and the mlBtako of thn operator lot the paBfloiiKor train on the track where It WOB standing. The jmfisoiiBor train crow , tinder the Im pression that the track was clear , Tr...

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 — 13 March 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 13 , 1003. 3 First Street Bridge Over Elkhorn - horn Has Gone Out. TOWN IN NO IMMEDIATE DANGER .Depends on Elkhorn Men at Watch on Northfork Dikes Drowning and 'Other Flood Disasters Northeast ' Nebraska is Practically Afloat. [ From Tuesday's Dally. ) Lying between two rivers as it does , Norfolk is in something of n serious way on the water question , siuco both of these rivers are on a rampage and threatening disaster in one way and mi- other every inluuto. The First street bridge over the Elkhom.southof the city was struck by a mammoth cake of ice yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the south end for about 00 foot was knocked from its pins and uow rests against the bank. The river has boou very high all day and it has boon feared that the back water In the Northfork , ou this account , might cause a great deal of trouble to the city , itself. A telephone report from Battle Greek , says that there is immediate danger nt that place. The bridge is...

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 — 13 March 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 13 , 1003 ThejWfolklSkuaa It la now GoiiRroBMimu McCarthy , -with no iffl or ands to qualify. The owner of a Nebraska fnnn Is well lieolod and destined to become wealthy. .Moral : Got ono. The luvontor of paper car wheels Is deiMllmt ho 1ms loft behind footprints on the Bnnd of tlniu , niul his Invoutlon etlll ondurca. Apoatlo Smoot IB now United Stntos mnntorfrom Utah. Ho probably will not Attempt to PUBS n law making n multiplicity of wives legal. It Is reported that the utrllco coiumlB * Blon wllllntorforo with Ilaor and his trust and recommend a ton percent increase - crease In the wages of minors. China Is becoming civilized , beyond a ronsonabli'ldoubt. Ajplot lias boon dla- covered to kill the emperor. This Is strictly the modern European manner of doallug with high ollloiala. People llvo to o rlpo old ngo In No- Irniska , nnd enjoy llfo all the tlnio. People of states loss favored climatic- nlly nnd otherwise are cordially Invited to filvo N...

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 — 13 March 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MA11CTT 13 , 1003 Employes of Argo Starch Works Walk Out. TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY QUIT. Ask an Increase of Wages for Com mon Labor of 17 1-2 Cents an Hour. Negotiations Have Boon on for Some Time. Nebraska City.Nob. , March 10 Spec ial to The News : All bauds employed iu the Argo starch works of this city walked out this morning. The strike is because the coiupauy has refused to comply with the demand of the union that the common laborers employed in aud about the factory bo paid IT1 * , cents per hour. Two hundred and fifty of the em ployes are out aud they express n de termination to remain out until their demands have bcou met. Nogotlatious botwoou representatives of the workmen aud the management of the company Imvo been on for Borne time , but the workers had hopes of win ning without a strike until this morning - ing when they were ordered to resort to thejlast Htop to enforce their doinuud. WARNS MEMPHIS OF DANGER , \ Weather Bureau Predicts More Flo...

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 — 13 March 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 18 , 1003. Would Put Him in the Pen Again. INVESTIGATE PARDON RECORD. Legislature Looking for Flaws In Snvngo'a Pnrdon Procedure nnd It May bo Set Aside Treas urers May Now Qlvo n Tax Daod , Lincoln , Mnroh 1'J Special to Tlio Nowfl : Thn IIOIIHO today Instructed the judiciary couunittoo to investigate nud report on ( ho legality of the iiiinlon of Jos. Hartley , defaulting ox-Htato treas urer , by ox-Governor Snvago. Tlioro is a very strong fooling in tlio Irglfdaturo that Hartley should not liavo btum par tlonod and if it can bo proven that ovury phnso of the proceeding was not ntrictly in accord with law , then an effort fort will bo nmdo to not anido the proceedings coodings nnd plaoo Mr. Hartley again behind t ha hart ) . STATE OFFICERS ALL DID IT. Hnvo Doon Itullscrlmlnntoly Violating State Printing Law. Tjlncoln , March 1J. ! Special to Tlio News : Aooordlng to n report of the cotumitton on oxpondlturon , all the state officers of Nebraska ha...

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 — 13 March 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 13 , 1903. ' " Match Touched to it at Order of the Health Board. JANE GRINNED AT THE FLAMES. Was Infected With Smallpox "For- tune Toller" Sign no Longer on the Door She Will Quit the Town and Go to Sioux Falls , [ From Thursday's Dally. ] The little old cabin on South Porrth street , where "Aunt" Jnuo Gordon Johnson , a colored woman with a bad reputation , has boon living in one way and another and tolling fortunes for years , was yesterday afternoon sot afire by the city and Homeless Jane is now making ready to shako tlio dust of Nor folk from her feet. The structure which Jane called her homo was about as small as a building conld well bo and remain a house , but it was big ouongh for her to cook in and rc the door was wide enough for the card that said "Fortune Teller" to the people who passed by and to ono now and then who drove up and stopped. The shanty was burned at the order of the city board of health , which condemned it yesterday mornin...

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 — 13 March 1903

i < l < ilM , MARCH 13 , 1003 o o Wooing § Dy CDKRAN RKUVRD CRtlNUY , 1902 , t > r th * S. S , MClore Corner rnst the green banks of the cmwl wont the broad scows laden with mar ket slutT , propelled by the strong anitn of pou sant women. Against tlio hluo of the shy the weather gray of the [ windmills barrert the sunlight Into shifting shadows , Jufrow .lint Jo had dropped her knit ting In n tangled mans , flinging herself tn ok ngnlnst the plant of the Imnlc to blink nt the sun ; Lav.y Jufrow .llntjo co the malileiiHof Vnarken called her truly an nllpn. for under the oloso white cap that slu hated with all her soul the llttlo bind : eurlH crept ul to frame the sweet curves of the dimpled cheek , ( warm \\llli the nun kissed ollvo of anOther - Other land. In the squat red brick lioimo whoso Bhlulng bims railed Htoop led out to the market square dwelt Movromv van Verck , olil and wrinkled , but ntralght IIH an oak. Tlicru had como to her womanhood , wlfehood , mother hood a...

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 — 13 March 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART TWO , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , MARCH 1'i , 100'J , PAGES 0 TO 12 .Argo Employes Accept New Scale. INO RECOGNITION OF UNION. Laborers Get Advance Asked For. Two Young Men Have Narrow Escape - -capo From Drowning Telegraph Competition to San Francisco. * / * , Nebraska City , March 18. Special to * . : the News : The strike at the Argo > staroh works of this city has boon settled by the management ngrooiug to 'grant the increase to 17 cents an hour for the common laborers employed but refusing to recognize the union. While not entirely satisfied with the terms the men have accepted the proposition of the management and returned to work this morning. NARROW ESCAPc. t-ROM FLOOD. Two Young Men Rescued From Repub lican River With Difficulty. Superior , Nob. , March 13. Two joung men of Hardy , Neb. , named Hammltt and Webster , had a narrow escape from drowning In the Repub lican. With a brother of Hammltt they attempted to cross the swollen s...

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 — 13 March 1903

4 THJE NoitipLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , AHOII is , up * . THE NORFOLK NEWS \V , N , HU8B , Publisher. DAILY. ( J > tn\ililiP.1 ) , 1M7. ) TSvery ilny except flmidny , lly rnrrlor per woo * , 15 cent * , lly mnil per j cnr , ItUW. VIKICIY ttnbllMiPil.lSM. . . . . , , . . „ The Journal , pgnmmie | < l , 1877. JKvory Krldny. lljmnll per ycnr , II.M ) , "TCntored nt tlio i tollk'e nt Norfdlk , Noli.i > vecnml clnri matter. Tclciilioiicn Iwlllnrlnl lnt > nrmpnt ( , No. 22. lliulnoM nlllco niul Job Ilonmi , No. 322. "With n probability thnt ho mny ngniu bo thrust into prison , Dnrtloy onn well afford to bo Rood nnd put pnrt of It back. If Bnrtl y should ngnin bo placed in the ponltontlnry it IB very ovldont from his position in the Nolgonflnd mutter , thnt Governor Mickey could bo depended - ponded on to keep him thoro. Mr. Hoosovelt npponrn to bo holding a tight roigu on the sonnto nnd success- fnlly guiding it in the direction ho sntd it should go when the oxtrn BOHsion wns called. ...

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 — 13 March 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : 11UDAY , MA1UJII 18. 100U , 11 I 4 TO SKK NOTHING or to co tlihiRB illmlyls cortnlnlyn mlefor- luno. It need not bo n pormniiont ono , howovor. jty the UBO of Bultnblo EYEGLASSES Oil SPECTACLES ftccurntolr flttocl by UB , tlio eMit can bo Im proved if not fully restored to iioriiiiil couili- Much attention is plvcii lioro to the tcethiK of the eyes nnd the mnkiiiK of KluesoH. Wo nro Bticcoesful in 11 UUCB of work boonuso > r \vo have the nocossnry knowlcdgo and skill and nlso modern iiutrumonts , DR , MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , WORTH ITS WEIGHTS GOLD The Elkhorn B. & S. nssocia ion will make yon a lonii to bnild or bay ou fa vorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. V' ! PAR.ISH THE RELIABLE GROCER PARISH Walkover Shoes IBXDIR $3.50 AND $4.00. STAPENHORST & CO.'S. We Keep Open Evenings until 9:00 : o'clock. The Palace Shoe Stoe FRIDAY FACTS. Mr. and Mrs. August Fisher wel comed a 12-pound boy to their homo in this city this morning. Norfolk Rebecca l...

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