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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 May 1903

1WTDAY AfAY 1 3 'Salt Plant and Three Ships Burn in Chicago. 'FIFTY ' FREIGHT CARS DESTROYED 'Sixteen Acrca of Buildings Wiped Out by Flames Forest Fires Raging In Michigan Many Small Towns In Immediate Danger. Chicago , April 29. The plant of the International Salt company , located at South Chicago , and three boats lyIng - Ing In the Calumet river were destroyed by flro. The loss IB estimated at $1.- 250,000 ; that of the International Salt company being placed at $800,000. "Tho buildings of the salt company's plant covered nearly sixteen acres along the Calumet river. In these luilldlngs was stored tons of salt and the greater part of this is-sald to have teen ruined by flro and water. In s _ . eluded in the company's losses nro the V 'docks , extending 1,400 feet along the Calumet river. The flro threatened to spread to a number of grain elevators , but after a hard fight the flro was got ten under control. A largo number of cars wore burned. The flro was discovered b'y a watch...

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 — 1 May 1903

T7 TUB NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 1 , 1 < J03. 4 : The Norfolk ftetns The lawn could bo mowed with a club thU morning , It Is pmMulo but nowlno certain that winter will now retire. Snow balls will ho the popular flower lor May btukotn thin year. It Is not only possible but probable that the fruit crop haB boon damaged. It was u million dollar rain , and not immt will bo deducted from the catl- siato. Now with a llttlo bright , warm weather , Norfolk and other llvo things would grow Homo. This wet may interrupt building opor- Allans , but it gives the soodfl and crops n clmnco.that they nm d. President lloosovolt surely wouldn't bo guilty of bringing this down from the Yellowstone with him. President Theodore lloosovolt of Washington , D. 0. , Is the guest of Ne braska for a few days. With two foot of BHOW In Germany , Nebraska is not getting the worst of which this spring IB capable. Thevo nro BOIIIO times in Nebraska whou the weather does not change often enough , nnd this has ...

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 — 1 May 1903

TJTE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 1 , 11)08. ) Cheering Crowds Greet Nation's Chief Executive. OVATION ALONG LINE OF MARCH. Drives Through Principal Streets uud Dines With Lending Citizens. MAKES ADDRESS AT COLISEUM. Congratulates People of Nebraska on Their Material Well Being and Gives Utterance to Patriotic Phrases Be. fore Demonstrative Audience. Omaha , April 28. Ten thousand people wore gathered at the Coliseum last night to hear President Roosevelt. The day had been a trying ona for tlie t entire party , the wind blowing the en tire day , and ut Lincoln a smart rnln- Etonn greeted the president on his ar rival. The dust and sand which blew across the prattles added another un pleasant leature to the Journey , which was one of a circuitous route After leaving Grand Island , the first stop was at Hustings. Falrmount and Crete received short stops and the train arrived at Lincoln at 1 o'clock. After brlet stops at Wahoo and Fre V- mont , the journey was not Interrupted until Omah...

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 — 1 May 1903

6 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 1 , 1903. Large Number of Houses Being Constructed. A NEW STANDARD IN NORFOLK , Period of Building Activity Never Do- fore Approached Olty l J t Entering Era of Improvement. List of Residences. [ From Saturday's A rtrlvo about thu city Just now Indi cates moro strongly than anything oleo , the fact that Norfolk In entering a per iod of building aotlvlty never before equaled. Not only nro the numbers of now homes impressive , but the general standard is nlnvo what has hordofuro boon known. Among the houses going up mny ho xnontlonml that of J. H H-dnuui , on Smth EUhth Htroit ; Mlko ISndorn , which him junt been complutotl on South Eighth hi root ; two that are planned by A J. Durlniid for thu Heights , on South Kl lithj a now outing" "f MM. MimH { m Phillip avunno ! u now homo oil South Fifth just omipled by Win. Ahlnmnn ; ix largo mining hous'i at South Not folk being built by MM. Ferguson ; thn now nuldoncoof A. Teal on South Fourth mid the beauti...

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 — 1 May 1903

THK NORFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY , M\Y 1 , 11)0 ) Norfolk Severely Treated by the April Blizzard. CROPS ARE HURT ; WIRES DOWN Storm Developed Into Raging Pro * portions Last Evening Fruit Crop Is Gone Stock Injured No Com munication With World. [ From Thursday's Dally. ] The most extraordinary blizzard of yesterday , coming at the last of April nud continuing practically two days , nooms to have struck Norfolk with its maximum seventy and hus loft the city iu a badly demoralized condition today. While the storm , as will bo scon 'from dispatches , wns very general through out many Htatffl , the worst of it evi dently struck Nebraska nud this pirt of Nebraska particularly. Very rarely indeed has so frightful n storm prevailed ovou in tho. dead of the winter nud it in probably safe to assort that uot in twenty yearn 1ms so much damage been done by a freakish notion of the weather. Fruit has suffered tremendously , garden stuff that had peaked out of the ground wns laid low , crops may bo i...

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 — 1 May 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : JttUDAY , MAY 1,100 : } . LLY ! By Nnncy V. McClolltvnd o CopyrlRht , lPOJ , by the PH. McOhiro Company "Walt Just a inlimto , please , " begged Polly. "I'll Imvo these two ready to mail. " She sat down at lior tiny desk and began dropping a llttlo moro Ink on a knlf written page wlillo HIO ) talked tome mo over her shoulder. No wonder Tolly's letters are hard to rendl "It's a very hot day , " I observed , "M-in-m-meltlngl" she agreed. ( She lool.ed an cool aa a ( lower. ) "And two letters as heavy an yours. " I added , "menu a great deal or ox.lt a ( weight to carry back Into town. " Tolly nibbled the end of her pen that's the reason I gave her a ullvcr ono hist Christmas and looked at me a moment retloetlvely. Bho mnv clean through mo , I know. Foll.v'n mind IUIH a weet way of UH own ; nobody but Polly known what gulden It , but It goes rncltiK straight to the point like a llttlo wild pony. "When 1 have come pulling across a big thought and get to the gate that'...

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 — 1 May 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. -&t . . * * \ PART TWO , Is Oil FOLK , NEBRASKA , KltLDAY , MAY I , UM ) . PAGES 9 TO 12 ilmposing Ceremonies Mark Official Epoch in Exposition. 'WEATHER IS DISAPPOINTING. 'President ' Roosevelt Makes the Dedi catory Address Great Military Pa rade Is Ono of the Spectacular Features of the Event. St. Louis , May 1. The buildings of the Louisiana Purchase exposition "wore formally dedicated to their purpose - : pose with nil possible pomp and core- inony. In every way , save one , the -exercises were an unequivocal sue- cess , nnd Mils one circumstance wns the weather. It would bo difficult to Imagine a moro dlBngreeblc day. The "wind blew fiercely from the west , sending great clouds of dust over the > troops as they marched past the presi dent , and at times so nearly blinding the president that It was well nigh Im possible for him to see across the street upon which the troops were marching. Added to the discomfort of the wind and dust was ...

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 — 1 May 1903

V 10 THE NORFOLK. NEWS : FKIOAY , MAY 1 l)03. ! ) Carpets ! Rugs ! Shades ! Our House Furnishing Department is very complete. It is stocked full of the best grades of Carpeting , Shade Cloths , Linoleums , etc. , direct from the mills. Our price on all Floor Coverings is AS LOW as in any eity'in ' the land. Wo will cheerfully give you the names of established brands and our prices. Wo solicit comparison with ANY and ALL. Ingrains Not a yard of non-standard Ingrain Carpet in the store. Our Victoria , wo think , is the heaviest and best 2-ply Ingrain made. Axminstors , Saxony , Extra and Savouorio. 9x12 "Kashmir" Rugs , Oriental patterns , reversible , the greatest wearing rug over produced at the price of $12.50. 9x12 Stinson's Tapestry Brussels , $10.00. 9x12 Axminstors , largo variety , 1908 patterns. 9x12 Beautiful Wilton Itugs , 1908 patterns. Lace Curtains A complete assortment from $1.00 to $10.00 per pair. Nottinghams , Espirit , Brussels , Romissanco , Irish Point , etc. Port...

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 — 1 May 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY t. 1M. 11 I No Age is Free From Eye Troubles. If yon desire to prevent hickneps , avoid trouble nud expense , you should Imvo your eyes examined , lonrii tboir condition and follow advice. I ain at your sorvico. OouBultutiou frfco. OPHTHALMOLOGIST , AFTER A HOUSE ! The Elkhoru B. & S. nssocia ion will make you a loan to build or buy on fa vorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH THE RELIABLE GROCER f PARISH Some Say Children Are Easy to Please , but they know as well as grown-ups when they have foit aches. Wo make a specialty of supplying shoes for the little people with the aches left out , but spare no pains to make the youngsters happy little shoes for little people at little prices. We Keep Open Evenings until 9:00 : o'clock The Palace Shoe Store. Wo give tickets on Ohiokering Piano. The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. to day : Maximum temperature 4-1 Minimum temperature 23 Average. . ....

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 — 1 May 1903

12 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 1,1003. 1 P : POTATOES The Peoples Store wnnts another oar of potatoes , nnd this tlmo wovtvnt them on commission , Will got you the host prlco pos sible nnd will do nil our work free of olmrgo. All wo are aflur is your trado. Potatoes must he of n fair nl/o. Come to the storu for details. Yours Truly , B. mm YOU know how "hot under the collar" nnd over the bosom It mnkos yon when , just ready to dress for an ovonlng's enjoy luent , yon ilud your best nhlrt unlit to wear. Why run the risk of such a mishap when wo always do your work nil right every way ? W.H.RISH . . , Plumbing , Steam and Hot Water Fitting. | . . . .All Kinds of Pumps. . , , f YOUR WORK SOLICITED. 'Phono No. 97. SESSIONS & BELL , Undertakers and Embalmcrs , Soslons lllk. , Norfolk Avenue , NORFOLK , . - - NKHKASKA. S juay ho leased by private parties nt any time for reasonable prices. Ladies wel come nt any time. N.E. WILKINSON & SON. RUG WEAVING. Do not send away your old...

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 — 8 May 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PAET ONE. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , MAY 8 , 11103 , PAGES 1 TO 8 Radical Change in the Passen ger Service For This City. TWO TRAINS DAILY GO WEST. iBoncstoel Passenger Train Will Run on Sundays Will Solve the Ques tion of Sunday Noon Mall Will Run 'Into Omaha Union Station. IFrom Monday's Dally. ] What id without doubt the most radical change over made in the passenger - ger service of the Northwestern rail road loading into Norfolk , will very b\ \ ' likely bo executed uoxc Sunday morn- i 'ing whou a now time curd that has boon drawn up in the office of Superin tendent Reynolds and is now awaiting the approval of Omaha officers of the company , Is planned to take effect. With the now service that is planned , Norfolk will got ouo moro train west to Ijong Pine and return , every day except - copt Sunday aud a Sunday train on the Bouesteol road , whioh has never been 'ran before and whioh will solve the Sunday noon mail proposition. For years ther...

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 — 8 May 1903

THE N011POLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 8i90f : , Plans For Commencement Week of This Year. ALUMNI PLAN FOR RECEPTION , 0 > . Grnduntoon Saturday Evening , May 30 , nt Auditorium Alumni Bnnquct Enrly the Following Week Four teen In the Glass * [ From Thursday's Dally. ] The Alniuni nsBootfttlon of the Nor * elk high Bohool hold n mooting nt the high Bhool bnlWliig lust night umljjnr- xnngoil for the reception of the oliws of 3003 , vrhtoh grndimtoB on Snturtlny ovoulng , Mny 80. It IB plnnucd to hold the reception nml banquet on the Mon day or Tuosdivy following , nntl Itvlll likely bo in Hunt hull. Oommlttoofl of vmrionu sorts were ap pointed Inst night to cnny ont the work. Propositions rogi\rdlng the hull , cntoror , nnd ether mnttorn cqunlly nocoBsnry , were provided for nud the roooptlou promlflos to bo highly unooces- ful. ful.Tho oommoncomont oxoroisos will bo liold nt the Auditorium on Sntnrdny OTPiiiug , when momborfl of Ou > olnas vrilldallTor orntionfl. Invitations nnd pro...

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 — 8 May 1903

I'HK NOUFOLK NKW8 : FRIDAY , MAY 8 , ] ! ! ( . 'Clyde Liner , Saglnaw Sinks With Twenty or More. HUN DOWN DY THE HAMILTON. Crew of Old Dominion Steamer Makea Every Attempt to Rescue Those on Ill-Fated Boat , but Fog IB Too Dense , .for Quick Work. Norfolk , Va. , May C. A collision at -eca that cost the lives of twenty or inoro people and the sinking &f the < 31yilo steamship Saglnaw by the Old Dominion Steamship company's liner Hamilton occurred between Winter 'Quarter lightship and Fonwlck Island "lightship , off the Virginia coast. . The Hamilton was bound from Now York for Norfolk and the Sngluaw Irom Norfolk for Philadelphia. A dcnso fog settled along the coast shortly after nightfall , and while go ing through this fog at reduced speed the Hahlllton crashed into the Sagl * Jiaw's sldo , about twenty feet from the stern. The scene of the collision Is about thirteen or fourteen miles off the shore. When the two crafniovo In sight of each other , bow on , there was but a m...

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 — 8 May 1903

THE NORFOLK MEWS : FRIDAY , MAYS , 1903. If acouia llko spring , anyway , The too crop is about nil that IB paved. Thin Bhonhl put a qnlotua on any pos sible grasshopper or potato bug plagno. With u blizzard the last of April It in not unreasonable to expect nonio heavy fronts lu May. It wan a million dollar free nnil nst needs bo noted on the wrong aldo el the lodger. May ia starting In with nil evident determination to keep plenty of molstnro in the noil. It It lingers ranch longer there will bo a conviction that It him oomo to spend the summer In Nebraska. The weather man IB evidently drnnlc or crazy and should bo confined In a Janatlo or Inebriate asylum. With a.fiOO Innndrymon on a strlko some of the people of Chicago "are quite likely to wear dirty collar * on Sunday. The Sioux Olty Trlbuno has a head , "Took Anwful Plunge. " It seems to rend all right and the error Is not readily detected. Nobranka may bo short some of her magnificent fruit this year , but wait for her other ...

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 — 8 May 1903

vi\vq. K1M1UY. MAY R , UKW. o All Large Laundries in Chicago Closed by Strike. FIVE THOUSAND WORKERS IDLE , ft'- * " j , ; ! * Hotob and Restaurants Fall to Got f ; ' Washing Done Out of the City. ' ' Labor Troubles at Other Points. Aid for Union Pacific Strikers. Chicago , May 6. Only flvo out of the 140 laundries In Chicago are open for business. Thirty-live hundred laundry workers are Idle and when the drivers , engineers and flremcn are added the total number of persons thrown out of employment will num ber 5,000. President T. C. Wilson of ' the Laundry Workers' union says the i lockout has strengthened their cause and that hundreds of applications from nonunion workers are being re ceived at headquarters. v The rumor was persistent that the cT executive board of the laundry workers - ers * union had decided to submit their case to arbitration. Among the mem bers of the union the rumor was given general credence. Milwaukee , May 5. Nearly every laundry In Milwaukee has been be s...

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 — 8 May 1903

6 THE NORFOLK NEWS : F1UDAY , MAY 8 , 1903. Superintendent Williams Noti fied of Shipment. THE WORK WILL DE RUSHED , Finest Machinery Ever Broufcht lethe the State Will bo Put to Work Ex pects to Hnvo UulUllriB Oomplotod by Jnnunry l > [ From Sntunlny'B Dolly. ] Snporlntoiulont G. K. Williams , who will havn ohargo of the oniiHtruotion on Norfolk's government building , re ceived thin morning u notloo tlwt the entire lot of granlto which In to bo lined on the building had boon shipped. The supply COIUCH from North Jny , Maine , nnd Mr. WlllliuiiH expects It within ton days. This la Hnld to hn n beautiful Htononnd will bo used for the biinoof the building up to the first floor , Above the first Hour will bo limestone from Bedford , lint. Within u vvuok the honvy iiiuohlnos for the construction of the structure will bo rorolvod. "Wo will huvo hero , " mild Mr. WHHaum , "tho finest sot of ninohinury and derricks thivt hnvo ever been brought into the stnto of Nobrnhka. Thoymo iv sigh...

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 — 8 May 1903

TUB NOUFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 8 , 1008 Many Persons Talked at Once Before His Honor Today. BAD BOYS AND THEIR MOTHERS. They Promise to Keep the Little Follows off iho Streets Henry Spelt-Ing , Who was Target of Their Words , Was There. [ From Wednesday's Dally. ] There wra much doing iu police court this afternoon , thortly before 2 o'clock , when nil indiscriminate mixture of people interested in the bad boy cnso , cnnio together before Judge Hayes and wanted to know what about it. For about flvo minutes there wore nearly a half dozen talkers going at onoo , nil trying to explain how it hnppono'd and with promises for future behavior scattered thinly in i Henry Spoirlng , the young man in \ ' the case who hnd , in company with two young ladles whom he hnppenod to bo escorting along south Fourth htroot the other evening , been made the target of all the naughty words that n pnok of a dozuu yelling boys could 1 ty their dozen swearing tongues to , wns the first to npponr in the cou...

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 — 8 May 1903

8 I nh NUKPOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 8 , 1WJ3 'TWIXT NINE AND TEN Dy KATKVSH IIOUXSD BROW , WO * , by . "Oh , please don't bring that up ngHlnl 1 thought wo woru Jtmt going Co lo ) good frlomln. " The mnu Htared nlioail Into tlin noft Bloom of the Juno night. "I can't help It. " Ho Bpoko with n dull conviction which stung Helen more deeply Ihnu nny Hword thnist of reproach. " 1'vo loved you slnco you llrHt en mo to the varBlty. " Helen need not look to BOO the tor tured piiHHlon hi lila eyes. Shu Hot her teeth iniKfllr to keep the tearH buck. "If I didn't like you BO much , Ford , It would ho enslcr to apeak. Hut I'm goIng - Ing to pny It out now. You'ru Meter- mined to nmrry me because you are positive that you could ninlio mo hap- jiy. Hut I'd never ho contented , for ( or I want to ho the ono to glvu. " "Why , llelenl" "Oh , 1 don't mean material things. Hut women want to do more than that , Ford. We want to be needed , to he de fended upon. You're far cleverer than I , und your wi...

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 — 8 May 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART TWO , NORFOLK , NK1UIASKA , FRIDAY , aMA8 , 1003 , PAGES 9 TO 12 Two Firemen Were Injured During the Blaze. FELBER'S BIG STORE WENT. Loss Amounts to Eleven Thousand , Covered by Insurance Will Re build Immediately Tom Denny and Goo. Merrill Hurt. Hartlugton , May 8. Special to The 'News : Flro lint night destroyed the largo general merclmmliso Btoro of Folbor & Stevens , the loss being osti- jnivtcd nt $11,000. Both the bulling nud the stock were well insured , however - y over , nud it is nuuouucod that the firm Will rebuild. During the progress of the flro nnd while Becking to control the flames , two of the voluntuur flromou , Tom Denny ttudOhua. Merrill , wuroplighfly Injured. BEATEN INTO DOCILITY. Topeka Asylum Attendant Says Pa- tlcnts Are Disciplined With Clubs. Topeka , Kan. , May 8. Sensational disclosures were made hero by the In vestigation of the Kansas insane asy lum. A. S. Mason of Lawrence , a former attendant in the instituti...

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 — 8 May 1903

f f HE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 8 , THE NORFOLK NE\VS W , N. IIUBB , Pxlbllrtior. DAILY. [ KMnl.UtWI , 1M1. ) KvefT day MPojit Hwitlixy. Hr carrier poi week , 15 cwit . lly mull i > or ywvr , fo.W. vrKiici.Y NU\YS-.JOITUNAI. . Tlio Now * , eitAbllriiiMl. IMt. Tlio Oimriml , MtnMUhwi , 1S71 Ktery Friday , "T n U V ° r y ° "r < * l < ri ° I " " "BrwiAi. NoTlcic.-AdTnuce inbiarl.itlnni t < Uio NRWfi-JoUBiiAi. will > taken until Uetolwi IB at the tutu of 11.03 tr yn r. Old nil of thin rate t-j tcribers ma ? have th b Dofll tmjln arroamgo lo ilntn uttus regular inl > se.l.rtionwieo and ono year In mUnnco. Tlili special offer will 1)0 withdrawn Ootolior 10. Kntnrivl nl Uio ixxtofNco 1 Norfolk , Nob. , ni second class mntlor. nlionr . Kdltorlat DeiMrtnient , No. Itutliicoi ollloe nnil Job Hooms , No. 822. Llfo will bo worth living to n great majority of people a long as the Btra\y- Ijorry crop holds ont mul the prloo con- tliiuos rcaHoimblo. A non-partisan judiciary IH...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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