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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 June 1903

THE NORFOLK NKWS : FUIDAYtllJNE 26,1903. V : iLabor Starts Decisive Fight * P " With Employers' Association. -'STRIKE OF FREIGHT HANDLERS Trouble at Chicago Grows Out of Dis charge of Two Employes by1 Alton iRallroad Men Will Be Called Out ' 'Of All Freight Depotc. Now York , Juno 25. To strike on every building operation In New York was the general teuar of the dpdoches at the meeting ot the idlffer nt Oodles of tbo united building trades. Espe cially will there bo a strike on opera , lions of Otto M. Kldlttz , chalrniau ot ftlio Building Trades Employers' asso- 'elation ' , wl o was quoted recently as desirous of maintaining the tloup until 'tho last union surrendered. J. J. Donovan evan , former president of tbo united board of building trade unions , announced - nouncod that all tbo unions Interested uV Y Jn building trades In Greater New C > , lYork would go on strike today , stand ing on the action of the plasterers , who will declare a strike at o same time. According to D...

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 — 26 June 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 26 , 19Q3. Uncle Sum in ono of the best of em ployers. Thn men on his pay roll aio never known to RO on a strike. There ia no tolling where public on. tcrpriso will stop 'when it is given tno tart that has boon noted in Norfolk tills spring , The most arid part of the conntry is having altogether too much water this spring , or nt least it is being received in tso largo dews. A prize of some dollars , offered for tbo editor who has not rnng the changes on the name of the now king of Sorvia , would probably not bo taken. * Pope Lee appears to have learned from n distance what the majority of the American people realize right hero at homo that President Ilouevolt is true loader of men , Since the rain has ceased to fall Nor folk's improvements are fairly booming , and all the workers not needed by the farmers in catching up with the ad vnnccd season , appear to bo very generally orally employed. Again have the pessimists been shown that a drouth is not...

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 — 26 June 1903

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 20 , o Delaware Mob Wreaks Ven geance on Girl's Assailant. GUARDS FIGHT FOR PRISONER. Fusillade of Shots and Stream * of Water Fall to Drive Off Angry Thousands Who Deal Out Bumm-ry Justice to Slayer. Wilmington , Del. , June 23. A north ern mob , led by a Virginian , burned a negro at the stake within a tow miles of Mason and Ulxon's line. The victim was George F. White , a negro , Just out of the workhouse , who was accused of having feloniously assaulted and Blabbed to death Mies Helen S. Bishop , the seventeen-year-old daughter of the Rev. P. A. Bishop. The crime of the negro was committed June 15 and ever since then there have been mutterIngs - Ings to lynch White. After much agitation on the port of those who cried for vcneganco , n mob , V estimated at 4,000 men and boys , gathered tn the neighborhood of Price's Corner. They came from everywhere , Including Wilmington nnd the small towns to the south of Price's Corner. Lack of a loader was sup...

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 — 26 June 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 20,1903. National Examiner Cllnc Has a Letter From One , ONE MAN "PEACHES" ON PALS. Norfolk Police Think the Letter Was Not Written From Norfolk No Signs of Such ft Crowd In the City , nt nil PIlRor Was Next. ( Krom Mondny'a Dally. ) IH Norfolk the homo of n gnng of bold batik craoksmou ? This IK the iiuoHtlon tlmt ifl jiiHt now 11 puzzle. It i Bug- Heated by the following letter , given out by National Hunk Kxiuuinor .T. A. Olino , wh oh Is tinted Norfolk , Juno 17 , mid ro/ulB / : First Nulloiwl Bank , IMjrur Donr Sir : Your bank Is going to ho robbutl on the furnt olouily nlto tlmt COIIH.H. 1 mil tor wnrn jou. Thuy alnt done mo niunr as 1 inn Hick an tlrod of thin yore lito miyiiy. . Ever since I lot that fuller Kot away from mo nt OHinuud they has bad it in fur mo. They wouldnt lot mo In on the RogorH game uur give mo nny of their moiioy If youso will look under thor dope youso wil Had n bag whloh IIIIH got din- nirilt on n hottlo of nltroglloorl...

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 — 26 June 1903

V THE NOUFOMC NEWS : FltlDAY , JUNE 20 , 11IOS. Sioux City Machinists Arc in Norfolk Today , THERE ARE 1,000 OFTHEM HERE. Arc Having a Jolly Good Time Piny- Ing Baseball , Dancing , Fishing , Boating and Lunching Came on Special Train of Their Own , [ From Wednesday's Dnlly.J Norfolk is in thu hands of the machin ists and their wives nud sweethearts from Sioux Oity todny. They nrrlvod at 10 o'clock thts morning nud will bo hero until 8 tonight. Twelve conches ou the 0. St. P. , M. & O. railroad brought them over. Every car chuck full was and there wore 1,000 people iu nil. The visitors uro making merry in Edgownter park. They hnvo hnd fuu of aljf'dorta over since they struck the city , reud they expect to have n little more before they lenvo again. The train stopped nt the park , n quarter of a mile out from the depot , nnd lot the people get off. The excursionists ( locked out single file , double file nud iu droves of whole fnmilios. There w ro young men , old men , pretty mai...

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 — 26 June 1903

8 THE NORFOLK NEWR : FRIDAY , JUNE 26 , 1903. "GREGSON'S LATEST" 7)y , J . ' 'I/ ' " > ' 'IS. S. .fadur * OomNiri/ | | It had become a byword In the col lege town long before GregHou reached his Junior year. There had been 0110 llttlo love affair after another , none of them very serious BO far an Gregnon nvnn concerned , hut with Junt enough ocntlmcnt and n few heartaches and tears on the part of the young women to leave memories llko UIOHO of dell * Cfltcly crushed rose loaves. | First there had been the demure Doling daughter of Professor Do- Bchollo , who was suddenly and not unwisely shipped off to Berlin for a year's finishing. Then MHB ! Bowdoln , daughter of a St. Louis millionaire , came to nurse her brother through pneumonia and after meeting Grcgson remained no long that her father jtvroto Inquiring whether they now quarantined mimed In pneumonia cases. The next llttlo affair was moro ecrlous HO far as the elder Grogmm's purse was conceined , and BOIIIO of the college ...

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 — 26 June 1903

v THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL PART TWO , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JUNE 20 , J 1)03 ) , PAGES 9 T 0 12 , -f k > n 'Varsity Races Attracting Big Crowds Today. EIQHT-OAR RACE IS FEATURE. V * < ' ! Columbia and Wisconsin Pressing % Close for Second Honors Races Began at 4 O'clock Big Train Carries the Spectators. Ponghkeepale , Jane 20. Special to The News : All arrangements for the intercollegiate association .shell races which take plaoo hero this afternoon were completed by the regatta commit- i\ tee this morning at 11. Trains and r J \oats from New York brought thousands - * ' ands of visitors all day. The observa tion train of fifty cars is arranged. The races begin at 4 o'clock. Cornell is the favorite in betting with Columbia and Wisconsin second. The program is : At 4 University four-oared shells. Distance two miles. Entries , Columbia , Cornell and Pennsylvania. At 4:45 : Freshman eight-oared shells. > Distance two miles. Entries , Cornell , Pennsylvania , Syra...

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 — 26 June 1903

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : I ? It IDAY , JUNE 26,1003. SHIRT WHISTS i Twelve dozen daintily trim mod , cool and rofroaliingvhito waists. Nowosfc and the latest ideas at prices that proclaim their own rare value. See thorn ! 10 rows of insertion and tucked ( P 1 [ in Waist , price JP I.UU Three styles , beautiful insertion yoke and all over embroidery Waist. ( PI flfj Price , each tD liUU NEW GINGHAM. Bargain value. The choicest styles , blues , pinks , tans , etc. Early 15c value , splendid assortment now on sale 1n [ ] at , yard - IUu NEW LAWNS For the House Wrappers just received. On sale Ifln nt 5c and IUU NEW PARASOLS. Just received from a Now York manufacturer , an attrac tive assortment now fancy Parasols representing the prevailing ideas east and several different colorings nn nn at $1.50 , $2.00 , $2.50 and MILL END SALE. India Linons. Everybody usns staple India Linens at this Reason of the year. Wo are selling a purchase of Mill Ends at much below regular price. Fully 12Ac valu...

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 — 26 June 1903

rt V THE NORFOLK NEWS : KKJDAY , JUNK 2\ ( \ . 11 OPHTHALMOLOGY ! A Science for the Analysis of the Causes of Human Ills nnd How to Abolish Them. EVERYBODY Should know that this ia not n Science that practice. ) by guess. It differontinteH between funo tionnl derangements nud diFowo. By its assistance nntnro cares OrosB-eyes , without operation ; Headaches , witkout drnps ; Dys pepsia , without fool "Foods ; " Hysteria , without a BtrniKhtjnck- et ; Female Disorders , without a trip to the hospital : Epilepsy , without poisons ; nud a hundred nervous troubles. Simply remov ing causes IB the secret. A true opthalmologist explains your case to you. DR. . MARQVARDT , X OPHTHALMOLOGIST. Norfolk , - Nebraska. There Are No Wings On It , AFTER A HOUSE ! The Elkhorn B. & S. association will 1 make yon a loan to build or buy on fa vorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE. Secretary. PARISH THE . , . RELIABLE GROCER PARISH DON'T FORGET THE Per Cent 20 Discount on WOMEN'S , MISSES' AND CHIDDREN'S OXFO...

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 — 26 June 1903

12 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNK 2(5 ( , 1903. THE OXNARD HAH 1IRKN Remodelled Throiifliiotit Under the now ownership a Complete Now Sorvlco lias boon in stalled. Every modern convenience , New Cnrpct5 , New Decorations , New Furniture. L. A , BARTHOLOMEW , Onner , G. H. VAIL , Manager , WILLIAM QODKIN Flour , Feed , SBLLS Gasoline , Baled Hay , Poultry Supplies Phone 33. 411 Norfolk Are. DR. N. J. HOAGLAND Ostcopathlc Physician. Dltonics both acute and nhronlo treated without me of dniKi or knife. Ofllce nt residence , 109 North 10th Htroot. thono. No. 25t NORFOLK COPYRIGHT "HERE IT IS , MA'AMI" That bug of flour you ordorud in at your door when promised next time you'll probably order double the quantity for lion Ton Hour has a llttlo way of pleasing people , which makes It a wel come visitor. Everybody and his wife knows the superior quality of Bon Ton Hoar. Mrs. Sadie Hart Miller OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Graduate of American School of Ostoo- pahy , under founder of the science ...

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 — 3 July 1903

y v THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. r ONE. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , J1U DA Y.JULY 8 , 11)03. ) PAGES 1 TO 8 , * rt -A Snag 8 the Paving Proposi- 1 S for Norfolk. 0. L .A NEW el15 IT NEEDED FOR CITY h . 'Bonds ' Can i t bo Issued by City of fc , Loss Than 5,000 People Census of 1000 gives Norfolk 3,002 Town Has Over Enough Now. [ From Tuesday's Dolly. ] The paving committee of the city "council , which met yesterday afternoon , found that for a city of this class there is no authority for voting bonds to pave f 'the street Intersections. The general VA idea seemed to prevail that a count of the city's population at present would put Norfolk in the second class again and with that done , the bond issue would bo easily handled. The census of 1000 gave Norfolk a population of 5,882 but the city has grown wonder fully since and it is thought that another enumeration would bring up the total beyond the 5,000 mark. The committee mot to map out a pav ing district , in accordance , with instruc...

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 — 3 July 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : MUDAY , JULY 3 , 190 : } . Senator Hedge of Hastings Speaks of Hospital. * HASTINGS ASYLUM CROWDED , No Exciuo for the Delay of Gourd of Public Lnndt and Building-Dill Will Lapto Two Years From Yo - terday , tFTom Thursday' * Dnily. ] Sountor Hedge , of Hastings , li lu the city today. Ho woa mot here by Dr. AWcn , of Plcroo , whom hn ciuno to visit. Tlio two senators : wcro in the last logla- latnro together. In iponklnR of the Norfolk Hoipltal for the Insnno , Senator Hedge Bald , "I am surprised that nothing as boon douo. It eooniB to mo that there can bo no ex- OOBO in the world for the delay. The bill passed with the emergency clause , nnd I expected men to bo busy recon structing the institution. " If the bill were to remain unacted upon until July 1 , 1005 , it would lapse. "Tho rvaylnm at Hastings la fnil nnd overflowing , " ivld Beuntor Hedge , ntid only the otlier day eighty patlontH were * cnt there from Lincoln , BO that wo are nfl anxious as Norfolk 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 — 3 July 1903

V THR NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY , President of Rabbis' Conference Reviews Kishincff Massacre. OFFERS FITTING RESOLUTIONS. . Public Advised That Further Protests Are Unnecessary Thinks B'nal B'rlth's Petition Sufficiently Covers Case Proposes to Thank Roosevelt. Detroit , June 30. The annual meet ing of the central conference of Amer ican rabbis , which was organized In this city fourteen years ago , opened last night in Teinplo Beth El , with three score rabbis from all parts of the United States present. Rabbi Joseph Sllvoraan of New York , the preslden\ of the conference , In his message , took up the recent Jewish massacres In Russia and reviewed the protest of ' / the B'ual B'rlth society to President t , Roosevelt , and the president * , action In forwarding the society's protest to the czar. Rabbi Sllvcrman said that In view of the president's action It was wise to cease further agitation or further meetings for protest and urged the adoption of resolutions thanking Preside...

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 — 3 July 1903

0 THE NORFOLK NflWS ; FRIDAY , JUL ? 8,1003. A Dozen Dozen Loads of Dirt Dumped In , ANCIENT HOLES ARE FIXED. Thoroughfares Good for Driving nro Doing Kept In Excellent Shape. Street Grndor Is Shaving th'o Roads Right Now , [ From Stttunlny'n Dally. ] Ono hundred and thlrly-slx loads of < llrt have already boon dumped into the streets of Norfolk , this spring , with n hope of filling up the holes that have caused trouble all season. A bnjl draw in Fourth street contains fortywagon , loads , Sixth street , between Norfolk nvonno and the Northwestern ol'y ' depot - pot , has been given forty five loads and nil in nil the ruts nro gottlug , oven with the world. A grader IH now constantly kept on the streets and avenues nnd It is the in tention to keep it going as long as the oity dadH will stand for the expense. The machine costs $113 per day to op erate , so the thoroughfares most in need nro the ones that got the first service , Streets good for driving are being shaved HO that th...

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 — 3 July 1903

V THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , ,11LV 0,1003 , fDelay in Forwarding Kishineff , v -Protest is Only Temporary. /COUNT'CASSINI / KEEPS SILENCE. .Russian Embawy at Washington and ' State Department Officials Both I Believe the Situation to Be Extremely - ) tremely Delicate. Washington , July 2. The position of the administration regarding the proposed petition from the Jews of > the United States to the Russian gov eminent was made very clear and pos itive by a statement issued by the state department. This statement wab Inspired by newspaper publications reflecting the attitude of the Russian .government In the event of the presen tation of such a petition through the medium of the United States embassy at St. Petersburg , which had been brought to the attention of high ofil- < cers. It has been given consideration 'liero and at Oyster Bay before a de cision was reached to make any dec laration. The statement Is ns fol lows : "At the state department It was stated by a high offici...

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 — 3 July 1903

" 9 31 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 8 , 1U03. Don't nlwnya think it's yon. It IB pretty hard to move In a crowd without treading on someone's lots , There in always trouble of omo sort Tying around. If yon are willing to go far enough and look hard enough for it , you will make the find. Some people are actually * o thin skinned that they do not dare to go and hear a sermon , because eve y time a boo is handed ont they think it incum bent npon them to put it on whether it flUi or not. A week or two I RO Fourth of July weather scorned to bo a long ways olT Init Nebraska has very often proven adequate to Buoh emergencies and the weather man is getting as patriotic as could bo desired. Bantos-Dumont has again been sue oossfnl in Mooring through the air ever ParU , but his achievement has not yet shown all the elements of safety that would induce a party of pleasure Bookers to take the trip with him. Speaking of Judge Boyd'i candidacy for ro-olootiou , the Wayco Democrat , whioh.iB ...

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 — 3 July 1903

THE N011FOLR NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 8 , 11)03. ) George E. Weiseman Shot Himself Last Night. NO CAUSE FOR DEED IS KNOWN. Had Just Sold Out Cigar Store a Few Days Before Was on His Way to Cumberland , Wls. Tragedy Oc- cured In Wayne Hotel. [ From Wednesday's Dolly. ] Qeorgo E. Weueumu.of this city .com mitted suicide yesterday afternoon in a Wayne hotel by shooting. The bullet entered his loft temple. Weiseman was n member of the firm , WelsenmnBros. , who bought the cigar btore of E. M Ziesohe on May 14 aud resold it last week to the former owner. The suicide left Norfolk at 1 o'clock yesterday , en- route to Cumberland , Wis. No cause is known for the self do ll'BtrnotiOlf. . ' Weiseinau hud certificates of depo it amounting to $1,100 on two Norfolk banks , when fout.d. He also had $38 iu csinh. Weiseman left the train nt Wayne and took a room at the Boyd hotel. Shortly afterward n pistol shot was heard. At 0:15 : o'clock tin ; clerk went to the room to call the guest and reooivod 11...

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 — 3 July 1903

8 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FEIDAY , JULY 3,1003. LOVE'S INTUITION Dy MANY WOOD O > ! > ) right , 11X12 , lij tlio 8. H. MrCluro Compntir Alrovo the Hlirlll whir of the crickets KOTO ( in ) hum of fomlnlno voices. Un der the given apple boughs tlio ham- convent Ion was In full nwlng. Mayhrlck called It a liornulH1 ncnt and preferred tlio iloiilitful coolness of the piazza , Hut , then , who WIIH a col * lego profcHHor , too mipcrlor to appre ciate the JO.VH of thn younger nut , Jane Oarww , however , Hoinut lines agreed with her. This afternoon Hlu > bid IUT face behind n hoolt , wlillo girl ish fancies carried her fur ithovo tlio Bwnylng lenvi'.i up Into the perfect Muo of the July sky. How lo\'oly na- turu WIIH tliln HUinnier , how full llfo of new delights ! MlsH Maybrlck's nnino brought her buck to earth again : Mlns Mayhrlck , the- one eloim In her nky. "Oh , yes , Hlu approvcH of him , " nan cy Miulgo WIIH saying. "She can put up with hlH mintnirnod face , roughened hands mi...

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 — 3 July 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PAET TWO. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAYJULY 8 , JH03. PAGES 0 TO 12 , Two Crowded Street Cars in St. Louis Collide. JAMMED INTO EACH OTHER. Both on Same Track , High Speed Sent Them Together with Bad Re sults Rock Island Wreck Santo Fo Wreck , : St > . Louis , July 8. Special to The Hews : Flf toeii persons in this city were very eorioasly injured iu n street onr collision this afternoon. The two aiioto s were on the same track and a good speed jammed ouo into the other -with enough force to practically telescope - cope them. Nearly every ouo aboard was qaito badly hurt. SERIOUS FLOOD IN TEXAS. 'Water Stands Seven Feet Deep Santa Fe Train Ditched. Gainesville , Tex. , July U Special to The News : This city is very seriously flooded today. Water seven feet deep stands in the city. A Santa Fo train was ditohed this morning and throe people drowned. Several others were injured. FA PAL WRECK ON ROCK ISLAND. Two FreightTralns Collided in Illi nois Today....

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 — 3 July 1903

10 T1I15 NOKFOLK NEWS : , JULY .2J903. -VT NOTICE DRESSMAKING NOTICE Oiir Dressmaking Department will close throughout the month of August ! which time Miss Watson will spend in the East studying'the styles and getting the latest ideas preparatory to our fill opening which will be early in September. All who ha e work they would like done in July please pltit in ybur ohterk at'once. . Special r'atefc for Summer arid Cotton gowns'throfcgh July. New Dress Skirts. Five now numbers just received , the early advance full styles of a Now York manufacturer ; highly tailored , very neat and effective. , ( | ' ' t * Lot 1 Wool Etamino , colors brown , blue or black , taffetta trimmed * O-'flJI ' and crocheted ornaments iflUiUU Lot 2 Wool summer weight Serge , black only , taffetta trimmed , ( H fjn tucked in yoke and panel effect wlUU / U. ' L Lot 8 Wool Etamine , silk bands at top and bottom Lot 4 Wool Etamino , black or blue , panel front and pleated flounce ; Bilk bands and silk fringe tr...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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