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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1903

TlIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 10,1003. Will Appoint a Midshipman in the Naval Service. CANDIDATES BEING EXAMINED. Congressman Arrived In the City This Morning From Ponc.i Is at the Pa- clfic Hotel This Afternoon Soon by Friends. For the first tlmo flinco ho has as- sniuod the olllco of congressman from the Third district of Nebraska , , T. J. McCarthy is visiting Norfolk today. , Mr. McOartby onnio in on the morning traiu from Ponon nnd is this afternoon conducting mi examination for the purpose - pose of appointing a midBhlpnmu in the United States naval sorvico. The examination is being mndo on the Babjoots of spelling and pnuotua- tlon , the nso of capitals , grammar , United States history , world's history , arithmetic , algebra and geometry. The candidate must bo of good moral habits , free from the use of tabaoco in any form , sound physically , between the ngos of fifteen and twenty yours , and a bona ttdo citizen of this congres sional district. Among the candidates wh...

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 — 11 April 1903

THE NORFOLK NfiWS : MUDAY , APJOL , ] 0 11)03 ) Th flot < ! elk JS It WAR n very lamblike cxtt. Hero's to thu Mdo Hint wins. 'Twns but a joke ; 'tis not BprliiR nt It's nil over but ( ho ehoutinK , niul the qarMion is which side will shont , The campaign , hairing Mayor Keens - s Ictcor , wan qulto reupcotablo. If ( hero is anythliiR uioro commend- nblo thnn the planting of n tree , it IB the planting of two trrcn. The Lllllo murder case nt David City Is nftnin brought into prominence by arguments for n now trlnl being pro * touted by the attorneys for Mrs. Lllllo. It will not bo u long and tiresome wait for Arbor tiny , which comes on the sand. In the inonntiiuo people can loonto the plnocs where they wnut trees nnd dig the holes. About the time wo have succeeded in donning the mud from our shoos wo nro compelled to tnko the whisk broom and Realtor the dust from our dorbioa. It is ono of the pOBfiibillttcB of Nebraska climate. The Burdlok murder must over re main n mystery , but...

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 — 11 April 1903

TLIK N'OKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 10 , W08 f President Speaks on Philip pines and Army , WAS IN FARGO THIS MORNING , Enrouto to the National Park Crowds ; " * - Greet Executive at All Stopping f * ' , Places Party May Visit Deadwood. 'f * Guest of Senators. h Fargo , N. D. , April 7. Special to The News : President Roosevelt's special train reached hero nt an early hour this morning. After the prcHidimt had breakfasted in his car ho and the other members of his party were taken in charge by the local committee and the program carried out ns previously arranged. This included n short drive through the streets. The fine morning induced thn attendance of n hirgo crowd and there was much oiithuoiaMii hhown. After the drive President Iloosovolt mndo n brief speech , the subject cousiduicd being "Tho Philippines nnd the Army. " The president WIIH wiuni in his praises of the former and considered that the policy regarding the Philippines was one which the country could well nH'ord to fol...

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 — 11 April 1903

G THE NORFOLK NEWBi FRIDAY , APRIL 10 , 1903 , Large Number of Young People Go Through Ceremony. CHRIST LUTHERAN-ST. PAUL'S. TwontyElRhl In tlio Ono nntl Elpltt In the Other Exorclnos Took Place In Morning Largo Number of People There. [ From Monday' * WIIH continuation Any In twoof the Lutheran churches of Nor folk. Twenty olght porsoim woio confirmed - firmed by H v. .T. P. Mueller in the Christ Lutheran and eight in tlm St. Paul's by the pastor , Nov. P. lloolfcol. The oxorclnoH in bolh oluirehcH took plnoo in the morning mid wore largely nttondtul. Tho'Johiuint'fl Lutheran hold no continuation thlH your , but will another. ThoHo confirmed in the OhrlHt Luth eran church wore : Ottcnr Krnhn , Paul Jjiuihuoh , Oharloa Bluwok , Oarl Korth , Kmlly Klnnts ! , Ilorborl Wiohmann , Otto Urummutid , KnniONt Slngor , Albert PolthonVilllani Folthon , Paul Koiby , Carl Tin'ieni ' , Hholnlmrdt Molohor , August Kohl , Herbert Hmiply , Emll Knapp Will Lou , Emma /ointner , Annin B uko , / 'Imal...

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 — 11 April 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , ATK1L 11)03. ) \ \ No Mail Into Norfolk on Sun day Mornings. TRAINS TO BE DISCONTINUED Postmaster Hays Receives Word That Norfolk Will Go Without Mall on Sundays Until Evening City Cut Off From Communication. [ From Wednesday's Dally. ] There will bo no Sunday morning mall service in Norfolk hereafter , Post master Hays received notice yesterday that the freight train on the O. St. P. M. & O. railway will bo discontinued on Sunday mornings. The effect of this ohango will bo to cut Not-folk entirely off any connection with the outside world , except from the west , until evening , when the passenger trains over three different roads will como in. No Sunday morning paper will como into the city until night , whereas they have always previously been on the streets at 11. The inconvenience of having no mail on Sundays until after 8 o'clock in the evening will bo seriously felt by Nor folk , and it ia to bo hoped that some arrangement may soon bo made to o...

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 — 11 April 1903

8 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 10 , 1903 < A TWO ALTERATIVES By W. Bert foster * Cow rlcht , ttW , tir the B. H. McClure Compnnr { J "Anil now , Jack , what cnn I do ? IIo follows me everywhere , niul lie HtnnilH around ntul ogles ino with that detest able 'baby stare' of Ills , und-and you're laughing , .lack ! Von nro nn menu nn yon cnn bu to laugh \vlicn I conio lo yon for advice. " Usthcr stamped her foot. .Inclc Ormn- by leaned ngnlnst the veranda railing niul watched her with umumul eyes. " 1 cnn't help smiling , Hmher , lint 1 cnn appreciate Ilio Irritation pour lint * lowcll niuat muse yon. " "Irritation ! " A world of emphasis entered 1'ito the word. "And Just bo- CUUFC I wan foollHh enough to lot him propose to mo ! " Hho walled , "Well , of eourne , " JncU mild Hlowly , "you m.iMt expeot to have your nculps cost yon a little something , Kiwle. " " ' " exclaimed "Hedrcmi't say anything. Ihe girl. "If he did. It would give mo a chiuice t ) toll him what 1 thlnl ; of...

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 — 11 April 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. PART TWO. NORKOLIC , NKHRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 10 , IJM , PAGES 9 TO 12 Americans Won a Brilliant Victory on Wednesday. THEY KILLED HUNDRED MOROS. Shelled the Fort , Charged and Entord. .Fight . With Bayonets Against Kris- sos Opposed Advance of Ameri cans Pershing Taken. Miudanoa Island , April 10. Spaolal -to The News : A torrifto battle took place hero Wednesday between the natives nud the Americans. Quo hundred - drod Mores wore killed nud many wonndod. Three Americans were wounded in the engagement. The Mores opposed the advance of the Americans. The fore was first shelled and then charged furiously. After crossing a deep moat in their way , the Americans entered the fort. They had to use their bnyouots against hrisses. It was a brilliant victory for the United States soldiers. Pcrshing's Force Captured. Manila , April 10. Spool nl to The Hews : The United States force under command of Captain Porshing has been captured at Bacalad. Captain Per...

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 — 11 April 1903

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 10 , 1903. THE NORFOLK NEWS \Vi N. HUSK , Publisher. DAILY. [ KMal > li ! > 1icdlM7 , ] Kmr dny except Hiimlny. lly enrrler IKJI- iveok , h cenU. llj nmll | > er ) enr , IflAW. WKKKI.Y N MtM > ll liiMlIRM. . . . . , , , . , , 1877. The .lininml , rMalilUhpJ , Krlilnjllyimllj'i < r jcnr , II.Mi. Kiilcrod nt tlio imnlnllloa nl Norfolk , Noti.ni titcoml clnM mutter. K.lllorIM llopnrtmcnt , No. liitlhi'M olllco nml Job Ilown , No. 822. Arkansas opened the oyoloiio Mason n bit cnrly , lint the vork wns ns effective nn thonith there hnd boon months of preparation , When Northern Securities stock tnUoB n Innibln from 100)f to 10J ! on the Now York nmrkot immediately on receipt of news of the decision , oritlcH of the nd- luliilatriulon cnnnot but ndiult that the coin-no of the government means nomo- tliinu more thnnnn nttompt to fool the people with the npponianco of nn attempt - tempt to do something ngnluHt the truHtfl. Hill , Morgan un...

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 — 11 April 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , A1MUL 10. .11 MANY EYES require tlio asBlstanra of Kinoes very cnrly In llfo. Ni'Kloet to iirovlilu HIMH friKiiciiUy | ro- Btills In not only total or imrtlnl liUniliicno , but nlso caueo so many no-culled dlnciiHPtlilcli In fact are not dUuasoB nt all. They arc nurvous dornnuoniontH , cniiBod by dofei'tlvu cyos. lly- pornpm IB tlio pi-liu'lpul cnu u of 8 , * > ] ior cent of bumnn Ills. Conjiinutlvltln , lnllnni d oven , elck licadncliu. stonuu'li troiiblpH , ItidluuBuon , coiiBtlimtlon , tiilt'9 , funmlo dl/ordorv , dlzzlnccs , norvouB directions , nny of UIVKO nni HVintitoniB indlcntlni ; liyiioropln. Tlioni in unlv ON'l , ruin- - - IA' KlTTJi ) DR , MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , WORTH ITS WEIGHT IUOLD The Elkhoru B. & S. nssocia ion will make you u lonu to build or buy oil fa vorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. THE RELIABLE GROCER , ' / > ' X ' / , r/ ' ' ' > > PAR.ISH S'RING SHOES- ehoes with some spring in 'em for ladies and gen...

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 — 11 April 1903

V2 TflR N011FOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AP1UL 10 , 1903 , EASIER. SUNDAY Will be well observed with a pair of our ULTft/V / Shoes on your feet. To the ladies of Norfolk antl vicinity : Unreservedly we state that we have the most authoritative as well as exten sive STYLE SHOW in Spring Footwear ever shown in the State. We ask you to ac cept this as a personal invitation to visit the HOME of the famous faultless-fitting ULTRA Our past success has inspired Shoe for Ladies. us to reach ( he highest possible We are result. Our lines are all com = Exclusive \ \ plete with the very latest cre = Agents. ations. We Will Exhaust Every Effort to Please You . . . NORFOLK SHOE WINDER. & REID , Proprietors , The Ponrdoa Store has do- ct'U'il to soil Fanny Gro- and Drv Goods ut thn Lowest Prices , and will dt'livor ifs goods to any tiart of the city free of charge Wo have bur- pains in onr store ovnry day. Yours Truly , "TWO BOYS" Starting out to battle ncnlimt the world. Ono proposes to uco his UltA...

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 — 17 April 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL. k \ PART ONE , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 17 , MUJ ! , PAGES 1 TO 8 Squall Carries Everything Above Deck Overboard. CREW SWEPT INTO THE SEA. Sir Thomas Llpton Badly Bruised. Knocked Down Violently and His Head Hurt Friends Wore on the Deck. Weymouth , England , April 17. Spoa- inl to The News : When Shamrock III utaHod today for the race with Sham rock I , Bho was completely dismantled by a bid squall that came np a short fFjiy out , and the results were serious. I The main mast and everything above the dock were carried overboard. Sev eral of tbo crew were swept into the son and one of them wiv * drowned. Sir Thomas ' Liptou , himself , wns knocked down in the hatchway with Bach force as to break the floor below him. The famous sportsman was nu oh bruised aud his hand was badly Injured. The docks were crowded with the guests of Sir Thomas. FIST FIGHT IN COURT. Counsel In Chase Case at Lafayette Comii to Blows. Lafayette , Ind. , April 17. 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 — 17 April 1903

THB NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 17 , smmmmwimmwfflmmnmtmn tmmtmwimiwmfmmimmMm PRING AND STY 3 3 i THE PALACE SHOE STORE Ftoe Shoes for jHen , tomeo and GhildMi.1 TJp ; to I s We handle the. the.WALKOVERS WALKOVERS in Shoes and Oxfords at a price that suits your pocket $3.50 and $4.00. We handle the. E. P. Reed & Co.'s Fine Shoes for women. Also carry a good many other staple makes of shoes at prices that can't be beat in this city. J. F. BUDD SHOE CO.'S SHOES for Misses , Children and Infants the very best line made. OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT is in competent hands and we will be glad to have your repair work. The people of Norfolk and vicinity are invited to call and inspect our stock , which is now complete in every department. It is no trouble to show goods and we are anxious to have you see our fine stock whether you buy or not. Thanking our many customers for their patronage in the past and assuring them that we will strive to merit a continuance of the same , we remain Yours ...

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 — 17 April 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AVKIL 17 , 11103 3 , I ACROSS I / D'y MARION DENTLLY Copyrlttlit , 1KC , by thn 8. 0. MtCluro Company They reached ( lie edtfc of Fort Simp son one breathless July afternoon , HCC- Ing Its crude but promlnlng outlines as through n maze of nlkall dust , darkly. Their well provisioned prairie Bchoon- cr lumbered heavily on the heels of two fagged and panting horses. It had been a terrific trip on man and beast. The man lay , bright < \ved , dry lipped and silent , on the sluiUflUown In the wagon bed. Aa the horses stopped Instinctively amid the willows beside the stream the girl turned to her father with an encouraging smile. Hut at sight of him the smile changed to tense lines of horror. On the man's chin trickled a vivid crimson stain. An hour later Anita Murdock walked nway from the hastily Improvised camp with young Dr. Ilyrne. He glanced down at her pityingly. She was BO delicate , so quiet and so pret ty. What was her father thinking of ? Bhe was n...

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 — 17 April 1903

1 THE HIME SHIRT WAISTS. There are Dainty Shirt Waists on the Market for Spring and Summer Wear. You want them Right We have them. A largo line of Uio Season's ProUiost PaUorns in the Most Kiushionublo and Artistic Creations of Shirt Waists that havoboon produced luivo just boon received and arc now on onr counters At Nearly Half Price. The- soiling prices that wo have placed on these waists speak for themselves , They are so low that they must appeal to the sound judgment of every woman in Norfolk. The patterns themselves , in all of their olTectivo designs , must appeal to the fancy. At A UAKOA1N wo made the purchase of this lino. At A HAKQAIN * every waist will bo sold. The extreme cut in values will swoop our counters clear in a Tory few days. Simply Look This Over ! SHIRT WAISTS All now garments this spring with the take-off stock collars and sleeves full from the elbow down , each distinctive in itself and actually worth nearly twice what wo are asking , will go at prices of 3...

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 — 17 April 1903

THE NORFOLK NRWS : KIUDAY , AIMUL 17. UMKJ , f- RENEWING Hlo YOUTH. ' Old eyes prematurely old cau bo as sisted. GLASSES of the right Htrongth will bring hidden things into view and make obscure things clear. Wo have made eye testing u t < pcoliil study. When in trouble about your eyes come to us , have them examined and thoroughly tested. You will then know the true condition of your eyes and the Douollt that eau bo obtained by the right kind Of gllxflfiCS. > ? , i DR , MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , > jf AFTER A HOUSE ! The Elkhorn B. & S. associa- ion will make yon a loan to build or buy on fa- Taxable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH Y THE < * RELIABLE GROCER PARISH SPRING SHOES- ehoos with some spring in 'em for fladios and gentlemen abound here. Ox ford ties , unfailingly popular for warm weather wear , and other walking shoes hardly less liked. Is your question "How much will they cost me ? " Better Bay : "How little , " for yon can buy a capital shoo h...

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 — 17 April 1903

G THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AWUL17 , W03. TIM DONNAN'S LUCK By D. If. TALMADGE A & .UrOum Tliorc nro people ) who HoolT n ( UIP theory of luck , titil Tim Doiniuii In not DUO of tlu'in. Tim \VIIH a lirnkiMiinii on thu I' , niul tT. railway nix montliH ao , and a freight liraUoinan at ( lint , with a prol- ty Blliu prospect ahead of him. lie elo- ppalred wlu-novor ho tlioiiKbt of a TIT- tnln ( ili'l who WUH HO prnctlntl ( hat Him rofUHPtl to marry him until IIH ! tmlury vns aeh'quntt ) for an e'HtnbllHhiiionl. The fnct that nho culled It an "cHtnb- llHhnicnt" nlinwuel plainly that her ctnotloiiN wore1 unelor control of her In- tollcot. A HiMitlmcntal , ImimlHlvo crea ture who loml a man IIH thin li'l loved 3Mm would ha\e called It a little home. Tim Imi't a hrnkonum on the 1' . anil T. now , lie In a conductor on the I'1 ' , ami U , and he and the Klrl have their "ofltnbllHliiiiont" and are dellrloiiHly happy. l.uok did It , Tim HiiyH , ami he provea It by telling the story. "M...

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 — 17 April 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 17 , 1003 , The Johnson i Dry Goods Co. I 3 0\ir Splendid Display of Spring Merchandise Now Complete. I In every Department may be found THE LATEST and BEST , bright , charming styles that will interest every lady and visitor to our store. We desire the most critical test of our prices. Our facilities for large and cash buying arc unexcelled anywhere , and we solicit actual comparison with the largest and best of any city stores. Silks ai\d Dress Goods. Our silks and dress goods department shows the newest and niostexclnsivo novelties in vogue in fashion's centers. Voiles , canvass weaves , Etamines , Crispine , Crepe do Chine silk and wool , silk warp Carita , etc. Remember ! We are now exclusive agents for Northeast Nebraska for the fljever content Celebrated with well enough , " " B. Priestley & Co. "Priestly" aim to make better and better -goods. BLACK The result none better , few as good as the GOODS The Best in the World. . . ress Two Chan...

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 — 17 April 1903

8 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 17,1903. A little better and a little $ jj | cheaper than .you . will find * B them elsewhere , - IT. Will quote you prices for this weak : Lion Coffee , per Ib . . . $ .10 Arbnoklrs OolTee , per Ib. . . ' . . .10 All other grades reduced In proportion. Tomatoes , per can . : . 10 Best corn , per can . 7)i o Early Rose Potatoes , per bu. .20 Good onions , per pock . 20 Sugar , 20 Ibs . 1.00 Full cream cheese , per Ib . 15 Good laundry soap , 8 bare. . .35" Best oil , per gal . 15 All other articles in the store are cut in proportion. This Is honest advertising. Our absolute aim is to get your trade. The Norfolk people shall bo careful not to give their entire business to ono concern , because it means that yon nro forming n trust against yourself. Yours Truly , PERSONAL. O. E. Prnden of Randolph was a city visitor yesterday. The Mlenea Hule of Battle Oroek were city visitors yesterday. Mrs. W. H. Field and Mrs. O. M. Wnrzoacker of Tilden are In th...

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 — 17 April 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART TWO , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 17 , PAGES 9 TO 10 And a Beautiful Easter Day its Happened to Be , Withal. MANYWENT TO THE CHURCHES. .Floral Decorations Wore Fine Music Was Universally Pretty City Had a Good Tlmo Satisfying its Vanity. There Were Easter Eggs. [ From Montlay'n Dally. ] Easter morning , 11)01 ) ! , as anticipated by the weather department , dawned in Norfolk calm nnd clcnr and beautiful. s With n cloudless sky overhead nud a ; < ! pure , dry air to breathe the day was pretty nearly nu ideal one for the joy that it brought to the hearts of men. Very early in the morning , while It ho day was yet fresh , scores of the faith ful walked briskly aljng the streets and avenues for the early services that wore held in a great many of the churches. Later in the morning , when n usio of the Easter ohimos rang forth on the chilly ntmonphore nud stirred n thouRnud homos , people of the cit/ very generally dressed in their prettie...

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 — 17 April 1903

TJntMJni.lt NTttVfl. I < 1MMAV APRIL 17. IflO.'l. \ JAJ ? UiCounty Commissioners arc Mf Meeting in Madison Today. 7VO * nOPOSITION TO DE DISCUSSED. < Oour\County Commissioner Wlntnr and CcmtCommlsslonor Shmldt Wont Down to N'to Mndlson This Morning Nearly \i ; { ' .All DrlclROS Were Put Out. i ( From Thumilny'n Dally. ] Portul'oninnnt to thulr uiljourmmmt , the aonuvponuty comtnldBlonorfl nro totlny moot- dutf 1 MnillHOii for the purpose of con- aldorluK the bridge jiroponltion. Com- jttHmlanUslonor Smith was In the olty ever uight aright nnd wont down on the moriiliiK ton in train , H Jv Nearly every bridge oxoopt the ono on Thar-Thirteenth Htroot wont out when the Elxli JBlkliorn was up 11 few weeks ngo nnd it in tli iuitho pn > bloni for the connty l KlshitorH fto Bolto Helve I > H to jiint whnt Rhnll bo done in Vho vrtho way of replacing the structures. As It Is uit.iH at present , people living south of rton ntho olty on First street nro bound to dl > e drive flo...

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