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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 22 February 1901

P 2 The Norfolk fletjus W N UOBHi Publlrtior DA1IV KhUuIIkIkmI 1SS7 Rttrj floy except Hiimlnr Ily currier ir wtk la cwiln Hr mnll per nr w00 WKKKtY NKWS IOIIKNAI Tim New NtnIUlifd ll Tim Journal rttnMUliett 1M7 Korj Friday Ily mull vrinrlt0 Kntrd nt llio 1oMolllc nt Norfolk Neb ni tooml clan mntter SVlridinntM lultlorlnl Delia rlmmit No 12 1 llnliiiiit Olllra nml Jon Roomi No 122 Tho hot editorials in thin weeks Ibruo of Bryans Oommoiior caused tho mnil or in which they wore being sent to cMch fire yesterday near Wnvorly Bo twoon in and 20 sacks of tho Commoner wero destroyed There wns no especial damngo done Tho ambition to go south in winter hns been decidedly chilled hIiicoMio City of Mexico was visited by a snow ntorin few dnyB ago It was tho flint Htorm of tho kind in that locality for GO yean but if ouo 1b to bo mowed upon uvon orory hnlfjcoutury ho had bettor re main in Nebraska whoro ho becomcR aoenstomod to that Rort of thing It is to bo hopod that tho Omaha polico nro on t...

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 — 22 February 1901

l i Wi W 14 7 ric H B MI Complete Surrender on Part of i Imperial Court HOW CHINESE MUST DIE Foreign Knvoys Orant Itequest for Strang alatlon Instead of Ieeadtatlon In Tiro CasesNegotiations Hoardlng runlsli ments Now Considered Closed Ixmdon Feb 21 Dr Morrison wir ing to the Times from Peking says The court has yielded and consented to the Inlllctlon of the punishment fle innnded petitioning however that the sentences on Chao Shu Schlo and Ylng Nlen may be strangulation Instead of decapitation To this the foreign en Toys have agreed The question there font Is virtually settled and the main reason for the Tal Yuen Fu expedition censes to exist Commenting upon the latest advices from Peking the Times says There t cannot be nny reasonable doubt that the sudden surrender of the Chinese court was due to fears Inspired by Count von Wnldcrseos order The lesson will not be lost on the nllles should the Chinese resort again to their traditional tactics of evasion ana delay London Feb 21 At ...

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 — 22 February 1901

r M aufl i MHMb it MJJPJLL k w577P I i i f in Last Week But One of Present Session of Congress CLOSING RUSH ALREADY ON r Mneh Ilunlnnn Vet Itelnalus ll Ills ITOm1 OfledlooH on Wr Tai ttedun tlon Hill Contlnues Annata Will DeTote Its Time to Appropriation lllll Washington Fob III Delrguto Wil cox of 1 law all yowtorduy scored ii dis tinct triumph In securing u unanimous vote of house coiiiiiilttiM on elections No 1 eonllrinlng IiIh right to a scut In tho house of representatives and holding lint tin charges Med against Mm wore not sulllelent to wurriint his roinovii Chairman Taylor was an thnrlzcd to make ttio iomH to Unit effect which will bo submitted in about n wit After tbo mooting Mr Taylor ex plained tbo general considerations Tvhlch bad Influenced tbo decision of tbo committee Tbo case wan con lilcrcd not so much In Its tecbiilcal as peet Itut rntber on broail in numls nil tbo elroiiniHtnncrH coiiiIIUoiih and sur roundings applicable to Hawaii as mm of our hiHiilnr possessions...

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 — 22 February 1901

J t h iim i Chaffee Must Decline Invitation I to Join Expedition SITUATION IS PERPLEXING Kerx nflftirt Will Hit Mucin to Convince UerninrtT Tlmt the Umlrrtnklnff Is a Mil taktCIilna ItplayliiR Ncicutlatluiis In Kxiupcratliiic Minnicr Washington Feb 10 Tlio Unite Btatcs government Is facing n seri ous situation lu Clilnn owing to tlio an nouncement of the Intention of Field Marshal von Wuldurseu to iniiko an offonslvo campaign General ChafTee lins been Invited to Join in thu expe dition which Is to bo mobilized on n larger scale thuti anything attemptea In China since the war began The general Informed the war department olllelals that the state department bad fccen advised of the decision This German movement una caused considerable amazement General ChalTee will be told that he Is not to imrtjelpnto In this campaign He has been keeping the American forces In liking ever since the city was pact fled simply as a legation guard and tlio German government Is fully aware that the United...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 22 February 1901

It The Jiopt oik l4cuas Now Ib tlio io llmo to InvoRt In Ne braska realty It will never ho cheaper Colonel Roosevelt linn finished 11b linnt nnd tlio ovorwoikoil fnlco reporters and onrtooniRtH of tlio yellow journnlH will to allowed a season of rest Hovcntron cltloiiB of Fairmont wont to Washington in i linncli Wednesday Whon thoy hnvo hud tlmo to make com pariROiifl botwoon that Rtato and No brnska thoy will probably flock back Rnbouau tho Berlin electrical expert states thnt within eight or ton yoarfl people will Ihi ablo to circumnavigate tho globo in twenty two days Tlio world 1h getting pretty Hwift without a doubt An Omaha girl wub nrrcBted tho other lay for attempting Riilcldo and Rontonced to jail for throo days with a promiflo of JIO dnyfl if bIio again ninth a liko attempt -Had Hho succeeded sho would havo been Kent tip for lifo A Chicago jndgo nays that women aro too imaginative Some niou believe that judicial knowledge in not nocosBary to reach that determination howovo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 22 February 1901

t i 14 1 I HE PLANS A DEVICE THAT WILL TAKE l THE PUBLIC BY STORM Mnjor Crofont OrlKlnntro the M XV tl Compniiy IMUIiik n Limit Iclt Wn nml Inctilrntnlly Tnk In m Lawyer Friend Copyright 1000 by C n Il The grand promoter snt nt Ills desk Jn his olllco with n wandering look on Ills fnce nnd -10 cents In change spread ont before him He lintl been counting that change over nnd over nnd figuring how ninny times the -8 he owed his landlady the 12 ho owed his tnllor 1hc -1 he owed his lmtter nnd the 75 lie owed vnvlons other people would go Into that 40 cents lie wns still nhout It when he henrd n step on the stnlrs 3t wns the step of nn nggresslve innn As It enme nenrer It betokened the step cf n determined man As the door wnn burst orcn wlthoiit preliminary warn Ing the innjor recognized the fact that he wns face to fnce with a clrcuin Btnncc For one brief second his knees weakened nnd he caught his breath with n gasp Then he wns on his feet with hnnd outstretched nnd n smile on his fne...

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 — 22 February 1901

n 1 IE Ill UT Mrs Wcills and Mother Both Dead at Episcopal Rectory SAD CONDITION OF AFFAIRS Mm Iwblfttaf rnKCl Arny lt KvmiImr wwul Mm Weill Thin Anrntn Other MiMiilmrn of Mm Imully rtorlounlj III with Grip tfrnm Hnluntniit Otdln Thohoniuof Rov J 0 H Woills rector of Trinity Episcopal churoh is Khroudod la loom tills nftornoon by tho donth of ImUi Mm Woills mul hor mother Mm 0 M lsblstori Tho latter sneonmbod to tho offoots of m l nt 710 last ovonitiK while Mrs Wollls pniwcil nwuy nt 115 this afternoon tlto rosult of pnountonln Tho circumstances surrounding theso two cases uro peculiarly distressing Saiao two works ago Rov Mr Wollls was stricken with tho grip mid during tho week following ho was ho low Mint it was foarod for a tliun that ho could not recover Rut lust Monday ho began to gain BtrciiKth and in now considered exit of dnngor though yot vory woalc Iu tho meant lino Mrs WoIUh and hor tnothor wero nttnolcod by tho grip both cases resulting fatally within l houm of ach othor...

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 — 22 February 1901

I SATURDAY SIFTINGS J N Stuart was lu tho city Thursday from ONeill Owon ONeill of Battlo Orook was in tho city Thursday A L Main was in tho metropolis yes terday from Tilden O W Wortz was a olty visitor day from Oreighton Hason Turn or was in tho city from Piorco this morning Miss Mario Bryan went to Omaha to day on tho early train Dr A II Oorbott waa in Norfolk yesterday from Madison Mrs Edward Tanner of Battlo Orcok was In Norfolk yesterday P E SimniR of Plalnviow had nesa in Norfolk yosterday Mr and Mrs J J Hughes of Battlo Crook wore oity visitors yostorday Mrs L A Pohlman and Miss Doll Turner of Piorco were oity visitors today Jas Witen aud daughter Miss Hollio Witon wore city visitors today from Piorco 0 F Steele representing tho Ohioago Record wad in tho olty over night with the legislative committees Ohos Fonske ono of tho News Jotonals numerous readers at Battle Greek was in tho city today Wm Fricko has purchased a farm near Oreighton and left for that place this afternoon...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 22 February 1901

i H K TUESDAY TOPICS 8 Friotlnmn of Mmllnou Bpont Bnntlny In tho olty F O liiirKon o Wnyno Bpont Snnilny in Norfolk O A Klwrlr of Stanton tIhUimI in town Smuiny Win Lonrv of Tilden was ft oity itor yoRtcnlny U S Linn of Carroll whb ft Norfolk -visitor yostonlny 1 J KooniRRtoln hnd 1pk1 lmshnBH this nioruiiiK in MihIIhoii HubIuobb nttrnntcil O S llnyc to Piorco yoBtonlny nftornoon Frank Owon of Wnyno wm ovor thin morning tIbIHiir rolnllvoH 1 1 llonnot of HnHtliiRH tnuiwictccl btiBinoRH in tho city yoBturdny Mr nnd Mrs W D JolniRon from Miulifion Bpont Sundny in Norfolk John O Klllot of Bnttlo Crock wns u buHinosB TlBitor in town yoRtonlny O G Soman ifl ImildiiiR nn addition to hlB rcRidonco on South Twolfth ntroet T L IIorahlRor of tho Jnnotion drop Htoro mndo 11 trip to ONoill Saturday roturniiiR Sunday W II Ulakonian Btartod Snnday nlRht for an oxtoudod uhbIiiobb trip to tho Black Hills country IT K FoRtnr oxodltor of tho Plain- low Nowb camo down from that city en tho onrly mornin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 22 February 1901

V 4 I A V V The Eyes Feed the Brain Parents who neglect their childrens eyes are more JT cruel than ppjwjprj ne Chinese i LHiicv l a i PCt NORFOLK wnu cutac I ne icci ui their little ones One dwarfs the feet the other stunts the mind When we adjust glasses study becomes a pleasure C f 0 PHQUAflDT Dp of Ophthalmology NEBRASKA H E HARDY FUEL Office Cor 4th and Main 5ti Yard i Bast U P Depot Phone 38 MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 300 square feet two coats Contains pare lead and oil Shown by chemical test there is no paint on the market equal to its durability and cover ing capacity We can vouch for this as we have handled the Monarch Paint for twelve years If you think of painting your house let us figure with you We can save you money Remember our large stock of Wall Paper cheaper than ever KiesaiJ Drilg Bo Twenty three rolls of fine Straw Matting just received at John sons Furniture Store On Thursday Fri day Saturday Mon day and Tuesday we offer entire stock of C...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 22 February 1901

a 12 JtVTU CV IV V IV V V V V V V JV V - -V ts H Wt i - tKl 2 ar giw wiij flC a I CIIAPTICIt XV WiiIuj up luck whispered Aloe nudging mo While youve Ihmmi sleep ing tho buiiIIh tmvo ninth tip heir tnluds t creep out f tliilr shells Bee here they gol And lie pointed to pome linlf Heme of men who were limiting their way down to n limit which lay drawn up on the lieaeh A Jng of rock almost eoueealiMl It and It Vina only when wo Haw the point for which tho men were milking Hint wo cniifTht slghl of the heat at all What Hlmll we doV hhIiI I Call the other two fellowH and have at them nt once No use We might niiimigo that armful hut no douht there are plenty more where hey came from Wo should Hlmply he running Into their net Are we to lei them wander ahotil nt their own rweet will Look I Those fellows are off toward tho carrackl Cnnt help ourHolvcH that I can ace So youll JtiHt have to lot your valor Blminer quietly old hotluadl Wo shall have n score or two of them up here pig hunting for...

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 — 1 March 1901

1 Fa t Guard was ordered out A company left on a special Burlington train to guard the convicts The warden and his immediate aids made quick work of removing the books records and papers of the instl tution to a place of safety Nothing else of value was saved from the burn ing structures The main building contained the chapel office library and living apart ments of the warden and officers It is rumored that several escapes nave been made and that the convicts are getting in an ugly mood but this report was denied both by the warden and several of Hie guards Tluv cntire cell house at the west end Is destroyed The main center build lngr Is gone This practically destroys all the buildings used for the purpose of a prison CAUCUS DWINDLES AWAY Only Forty five Member Attend the Set alou Held Lait Night Lincoln March 1 Tho Republican senatorial caucus met last night but with only 45 members present less than enough to nominate under the rules and udjourued until next Tues day The action o...

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 — 1 March 1901

k 2 The Norfolk Neuus W N HUHH Publlrtior Tnlpj4ionp Hi DAILY KMntillil Eton day erctit Sunday Ill en cntrlet per week l cent lly nmllpor jenr ow WKKK1Y NUWHmHUUINAI The New ulnWUIcd ISM Tim Journal wtabllMipd INI Ktery Friday Ilj mail per jrnr flW Kntorcd at Urn ToMotllce nt Norfolk Neb no eondrluM matter Kdltorlal UuMiiom Olllca nud Department iloh Him Nn No S22 2 1 Now Yorh City linn inorothan aROO lullen of iiuproviil HtrootH It is prob nhln tlint tbn utropt conuiilfwinnnr thoro dooH not cover his territory of to hit tlmii onco n dnj Tho death of CoiihuI Wildiimn ro moves n character of mnoh promlnonco ia both tho Chiuoso nntl Philippine difll cultios Mid JblH place at Hoiik Kong mny not bo no readily flllod Somo of tho Philippine Uwiih nro en joying tho novelty of oounty Rent con tests They settlo tho business In n day bowovor which gouH to Bhow thnt tho peoplo nro not yot thoroughly Auiorlcim lwjd Thoro wo 17 citizens of WiiHhington 1 O who boar tho nuiiio of Goorgo Washington...

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 — 1 March 1901

y I SDHflB II Rio tie Janeiro Sinks While I Entering Golden Gate DROWNED NUMBER OVER 100 CoiiMil Wllilnmti Hint family Aiming thtt VldlniH Ciiplnlii Pel Mien Willi 111 V- el Which striken on a lllililin Hock IV n lloillcn Itccoveretl Snn Francisco Feb 2X Tho Pnolnc Mull steamer It to U Janeiro ran on 11 hidden rock while entering t lit Jolilou Gate -curly yesterday morning In a dense fog She t nnk a few minutes niter striking It in thought that nearly 3 Ml persons were drowned but It In Impossible to ascertain tbo exact num ber owing to tbe fact that Purser fohn Roonoy who bad the passenger list nnd roster of the crew is among the missing Ten bodies have been recovered two white women one white man and even Chinese The most prominent passenger on the steamer was Remise vllle Wlldnian consul at Hong Kong who was accompanied by his wife and two children It Is thought all won drowned The ship was In command of Pilot Frederick Ionian when she Htruok He was rescued Capt Will iam Ward wen...

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 March 1901

S3 H 1 l i Of n ORccord of the Session Now Drawing to a Close EVENTFUL IN ALL RESPECTS jritinnclnl Lair Army KmriAnlnillnii the ynntloit Disposed Of rnllnyTimard Culm mill Philippines Not Vot Framed Washington lVli 25 Tin record f tin With congress Ih now practically completed mill although u few Itn jiortnut measures me t 111 In tlio lml utico It Is possible to take a survey of tlio wide range nr legislation mill enacted Chief among the question growing out of tlio war with Hpalll IlllH llllll till Uttltllllo of tlio gov ernment toward our now Insular pos sessions AVlillo this quonlloii Ih hIIII open to Boinu oxtont vot tlio present congress has pussed upon ono of Its most Important pliusos by eiikulng a law for n ooinploto form of govern jnont for Porto Ulco The status of tlio Philippines Iiiih boon an unfailing nource of iloliato In both branches of congress ItoKoliitlonn of orltlolHin nml Inquiry linvo boon discussed at nuioli length but Willi little tangible result At tlio firs...

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 March 1901

1 HI II Shaft No i at Diamondville is Burning SEVENTY MEN ENTOMBED Many Arn Thought to llavn Lout Tlirlr Lives In tho Flniiir All KfTorts at Um cue IIv Thin Fur FuUnd Property I Iots Will Hench ICtiormmis Figure Kctunicrcr Wy Fob U A disas trous llro In thu LMnmoitdvlllo coal mine No 1 lute lust evening wus nt tended with serloiH loss of life and great destruetlon of property There were 70 miners nud 13 horses en tombed but one miruuulous escape wus made however by lohu Anderson who wus working near the mouth of the level With some dlllleulty he reached the mulu lend and by throw ing a heavy overcoat over his head nnd shoulders he pushed his way through the flames and reached the ntnln lend completely exhausted und terribly burned but will recover Ho was taken out by friends All efforts to rescue those further buck have fulled as the Humes drove the rescuers buck That all have per ished Is without question The scenes around the mine were heart rending Mothers wives and sweethearts w...

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 March 1901

I i 1r I i f r i i k A j i 1 I 1 Thcflopfolk fleuas Madison with Its streets Hlitcd by lilno nro lights nnd 15 112 cnndli power incandesccnts in sotting ft pace tlmt should shame Norfolk into hnving u bettor Unlit service on tho public thor oughfares A bright Matlstlcian Iihr figured out thot a college bred wopian enn throw n baso ball only per runt ns fur nH u college iniiiii but enn jump UVi per cent nH fnr The bitter wah determined when n mouse was Ioohu iu tho room Tho Vordigro Citlon lmH opoiud tho campaign in Knox county by presenting tho nnmo of George W Miuimlura of thnt vlllogo for tho position of sheriff Tho Citizen evidently holloves lirnily in tho ndago that tho early bird guts the worm Tho hot editorials iu thiH weeks inane of Bryans Commoner caused tho niiill cur in whioh they won being sent to ontoh flro yostorduy near Wuvcrly Bo twoen I ft nud 20 sacks of tho Commonur wore destroyed There wuh no OBpocinl damn go done Tho orrntio Carrio Nation ban decided to quit join...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 March 1901

p TIIT I Alir THE LOWE BY t 1 I HOWARD FIELDING LETTERS OE A LIAR ifll mil illiiiirniiniliiii mriHIHt iU T2X22XT2ll9TTv7ToTo00T00VoTOToTorovoToTo oA0A0A0AoAoAoAoAoAOA0A0A0AoA0AoA0AOA0Aoi0A0AoA0A0Ao W CM CM PH 0 o WW CVlf ffc M JASP fj II JhtoKt 2 o o4 o O 2 o 2 o QtoVoToToToToToToToToToToToVoToToToToToToToToToToYo OAOAOAOAOAOAOAOAOOAOAJAOAOAOAOAOAOAOACAOAOAOAOAOAOAO It In pp thnt truthfulness moans nothing to 11 hlnnninn tliut ho lias no moral law wlilch enjoins veracity Willi this In iiiintl I once asked my filend Johnny Heed If any of his knowq ancestors were Chinese Ho re plied In the negative but I did not be Hove him in fact It is foolish to be lieve anything that lie says I have spoken of him as my friend That means merely that we were to gether a great deal being associated In many vast enterprises which exlHted wholly In his Imagination and my credulity Tor despite my rational con viction thnt Johnny could not tell the truth except by accident I was contin ually acting as If...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 March 1901

I f I 1 I u k 1 1 8 iiiTili Appropriately Celebrated at the Congregational Church MAN AFFAIR LAST NIGHT 71 mi y 1Ytiil Attonil Mm Knlnrtnliimrtit mill UtJoj llm lloBpltnllly of llm Men Thny llnvo Trouble of llitir Own wlilcli tiro Otcrcoimi lu Count of Tlmn Vm SMunln I ntlj Tho inun nfluir given nt tho parlors of tho Congregational ohuroh limt ovoning was woll nttouricd ami wnsa micoohr ho far tin tho gur Hts woro concerned lint thn moil htvl troubles of tlioir own Somo of those who woro soliedulod to ako part ns cooks ilHiwanhurH wnltont etc fulled to nppenr nt nil whilo othors camo Into Of courHO when n meal h io bosorvod It will not do to conunonoo tho irrnngemonts half iui hour nftor tho timo tho nionl should ho ready so thoso who woro prompt woro obliged to do douhlo duty In tho early Htngo1 of tho ontortiiiuiiiont Hut thn trouhlun of tho mon hoguii ovou boforo tho shades of night hud fallen Those wIioho duty it wiib to propuro tho tables appourod on tho hcoiio during thoiiftor...

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 March 1901

SATURDAY SIFTINGS N A Huiiibolt is reported ou the sick 1st today Prnnk McGhan is tho uew assistant at Ohristopha drug store Miss Hattio Allborry was a pasaengor for Lincoln this morning 0 J Ohaptnan niastor moclmuio nt tho P E M V is in Hapid City ou business O Uoadntan of Madisou was in tho olty yestorday afternoon on his way homo from Wnyuo Sorrioes will bo hold at the First Con gregational ohuroh tomorrow morning conducted by tho pastor Tho Mnroh term of district court in this county will convene in Madison ou tho 11th of tho coming month O A Blakoly roturuod yesterday from Boavor City whoro ho had boon to attend tho funeral of his father L C liargolt of The News forco woo has boon qnito sick for sovoral days is reported somowhat hotter today Superintendent D 0 OConnor loft today for Chicago to attend tho mooting of the National Superintendents associ ation The postofflco at Butterfly Stanton county has been discontinued Mail for that offlco should bo addressed to Stanton Miss A...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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