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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 September 1903

Till' ' ! NOHKOI.K NK\VS \ : I'MflDAV. KKI'TKMIH'lt ,1 HlOit Boundary Commission Met This Morning in London. DISPUTE OF LONG STANDING. History of the Case Which HasCaused Trouble Between Britain and the United States for Many Years. Secretary Root Heads. London , Sept. a. Special to Tlio News : To commission appointed un der the treaty concluded lust .lammry between Grcnl Ilrltaln and the United States to settle If possible the long standing dispute over the Alaskan boundary met this morning al the Urltlsh foreign olllco and formally or ganized. Those present Included the three British commissioners Lord AlversUmo , Sir Louis .lotto ( lieutenant governor of Quebec ) and Mr. A. U. Aylesworth , K. C. and the three American commissioners Secretary Root , Senator Lodge and Senator Turner. In addition there was pros- cut a greal array of counsel to present the two sides of the case. The ques tion at Issue was not entered into to day , the Initial session bohfg devoted lo the work of orga...

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 — 4 September 1903

"T THE XOItKOUv N10WS : PHIDA Y , SKI TKM 13Ell1 , 15)03. ) "At least the flood situatlon In worse In other parts of ( lir state and country thnn It IH horo. August llooilH. ( hough \iiuiaiml appear to lie Htri'iiuoim af fairs. Tlio Shamrock COIIIOH out with hot- tnr honors In u lluko tliun when the wind IH Iilowlim HUlllrlnntly to nmko n rnca possible nt IwiHl It Ifl not beaten. As has frequently happened In tlio pnfit few yonr , tlio local wntonnolon crop IH coniliiK o at a ( line when the season IH too chilly to nialiu tlio lus cious vegetable tleslrnhlo. Tlio Fremont city council IH llkewlHO confronted hy a knotty drainage prob- It'in , and imt IIHO ! considering a proposition to purchnno a Htenin roller to keep the HtrcotH In repair. The meanest thing yet puhllHhi'd about Judge Sullivan IH the Omaha World-Herald picture of him. Wo de mand fair play for the Judge , even If ho IH a democrat. Lincoln Star. Hrltannla may bo the queen of the peas , all right , but HIO ! IH not Hwlft...

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 — 4 September 1903

T Till' ; NOHKOI.K NKWS : Fill DAY , SKI'TKMIIKH , 1(101. ( T MACHfNATfONS ! OF BOBS i By LOUISE LAMPR.AY $ Copyright , ISO ! , l\i \ the j > S. 8. McClure Comrxinu * "Why , I don't know , Hobby. What would you like to name him ? " From under her tllmy gray parasol Fairfax Browne regarded her son with n look pruvi ! In Its perplexity. Hobs adored his pretty mother because she never laughed at him ; also because she had big blue eyes nnd n mass of fluffy red gold hair precisely like a princess In a fairy tale. Therefore , an a matter of course , the pepper and cult terrier was brought to her to be christened. "Call him Hags , " suggested Captain Frederick Lawton , the navy olllcer , who chanted that morning to he at tendant. This had happened so often of late that dowagers were beginning to suggest In penetrating underlines t. that If dear Mrs. Browne were really . thinking of marrying again she could not do better than to take Captain Lnwton , suitable In age , good looking and q...

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 — 4 September 1903

MIK NOKKOUC NM\VS \ : FRIDAY , SKI'TKMNKH 1 , 1JK)3. ) Band of Gypsies Mnkc Trouble at Church Store. TRIED TO RUN WITH CLOTHING. A Wily Wizard of the Nile , After Tell ing an Uninvited Fortune to the Saleswoman , Grabbed Garments for Pay and Started to Escape. [ From Hnttinlny'H Dnlly. ] A Imntl ( if gypsies , tlio rnul , black typo of foreigners , untarnished by Amorloiui elvlllxatlon and American ways , arrlvi'd In Norfolk yesterday afternoon , told a few fortunes from door to door , made nulmineoH of them- Helves In retail houses mid Ilnully , discouraged by tbolr lac'K of patron- ngo , tossed tlit'lr tentH Into a pulr of wagons and loft for greener lloldH JiiHt before noon. "The people of Norfolk are too wise , " exclaimed ono of Ilin women , her black eyes sparkling , iisshi ) tossed a tiny bubo Into tbo wagon bed and then climbed In , ever tbo wheel , after It She spoke amid an Irrltablo shak ing of tbo bond and exclaimed otbor things , bosldoH , which would not look well In p...

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 — 4 September 1903

'UK ' NOKKOliK NIOWS : KIHDAY , SKI'TOIMKR , 1UOJJ. Tests at Factory Show Over n Per Cent Sweetness. WHEELS ARE READY TO START. Recent Heavy Rains Have In no Way Hurt the Saccharine Roots and KillIng - Ing Frosts Will Only Put More Sugar Into Them From Now on. Prospects for good sugar boots around Norfolk nml consequently good sugar at the Norfolk factory this fall nro excellent and from now on the lit tle saccharine roots can not bo Injured In any way whatsoever by the olo- incuts. "The beets have had a good steady growth nil summer , " said E. H. Gor- coke , agriculturalist , this morning , "and the yield will bo good. The re cent heavy rains have not hurt us in the slightest degree because the beets had so well matured previously. No f matter what comes now in the way of weather , wo will bo safe. Frosts that will kill corn will only servo to put more sugar Into the boots. The acre- ngo is about the same as last year and the campaign will last until about Christmas time. " "Wo te...

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 — 4 September 1903

T1IH NOIIKOUC N10WS : I'MUDAY ' , SEPTUMHUH ! , 1 03 , T SAL Belonging1 to Blotcksy Bros. , of Jefferson City , Iowa. AND WILL NOW BE SLAUGHTERED. Such prices you have never heard of. The stock comprises everything that you ever saw in the shape of shoes. Large and small , and any width. Come on , come everybody. We can fit you all. This is the largest and the best selected stock ever brought to Norfolk. This is no humbug sale , but will guarantee every pair or money refunded. This stock will be sold at less than half what you can buy it for from other shoe stores. Our competitors are sore , but we did not come here to please them , but ourselves. This tre = mendous sale is now on. Look for the big cloth sign painted red , saying : "The Boston Shoe Store. " We also carry a big line of men's and boys' shirts , pants , overalls , blouses , socks , neckwear and gloves. Also about 100 pieces of dress goods , also ladies' wrappers and table linen at prices you never before dreamed of. CO...

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 — 4 September 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL PART TWO NOUKOMC , JNI'JMKASKA ' , FRIDAY , SKlTKiMMKIt , l'XJ. ' ) ; PAGES 9 TO 12 Convicts Make Desparatc Ef fort to Escape. USE DYNAMITE WITH SUCCESS. Four Prisoners arc Killed In the Run- nlng Fight Which Followed , and the Others are all Recaptured. Convicts Throw Dynamite. - Illrmlughnm , Aln. , Sept. 4. Special to The News : Convicts at the min ing cmnp revolted this morning. Dy- nainlto had been smuggled Into the wards In small quantities and at tin opportune time this morning the ex plosive was used wllth good effect on the prison , demolishing the walls. The prisoners then escaped with the guards In hot pursuit. ' A running battle was kept up be tween the convicts and the guards until the prisoners finally saw the fu tility of their attempt and surrendered. The guards used their carbines freely while the convicts throw sticks of dy namite at their pursuers. Pour con victs were killed and every one was recaptured. MINISTER DEAUPRE ENDORSED. T...

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 — 4 September 1903

io THE NORFOLK NMWS FRIDAY , SEPTEMlMl 4 , Ml , r THE NORFOLK NEWS \V. N. llll.HH , PiiblUhrr. DAII.V. Kvcry tiny oxccpt Humlay. lly cur- rlor | > or woolt , 15 com * . lly mull I > or year , 16,00. The New * . KutntillMiiMl. 1HH1. Tlio Jo\irnnl \ , llMulillHliPtt. 18R7. Kvcry Frldny. lly mull per yenr. ll.r.O. Bpcclnl Notice. Ailviuieo miliMcrlp- tlonn to tlm NoWH-Jouriml will betaken taken until Oflofoor 10 ut the rule of ll.og i ) r your. Old HUbKcrlliorn niuy linvo tlio lionolli of IblH rate liy pay- Intf nrriMiniKCH to tlnte ut tlia roKUliir MiiliHcrlptlon nrloo ninl ono your in mlvunco. TlifH npeolul offur Will bo withdrawn October 1C. Untorpd ut the iio.itollloo nt Nor folk , Nob. . UH Bcconil eluns nmltor. Telephones : Kdltorliil Uopiirtinont. No. L'2. HuMiiuKH Olllco niul Job H-joniH , No. SIX ! . _ REPUBLICAN TICKET. State. For .TinlKO of tlio Siipromo Court J It. Hurni-H . Muillson For HoKimtH of Stnto UnlvtirMlty Churli's H. Allen . limrii tor AV. O. AVhltmoro Nint...

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 — 4 September 1903

t V THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SKPTKMH13K 4 , 11I08 , 11 School Children Should liavo their oycs exam ined. No child can make progress with defective oycs. Sooner or later their health will bo broken down on ac count of too much eye strain. Eye strain causes nick head ache , dly./.iness , and ether forms of ncnto and chronic nervouB troubles. A compe tent opthnlmoloRist undi'r- Btamls how to correct the eye defects und thereby save the wasting of nerve supply. School children's eyes exam ined free if accompanied by parent or guardian. Dr , Marquardt , Ophthalmologist. As Good as Gold ! The Ellchoru B. & S. Association will make you a loan to build or buy , on favorable terms. T. E. ODIOENE , Secretary. MILLARD GREEN , DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE PIANO MOVING A SPEOIATY Oflico A Itontiloncu , ) . , , , , ' | .mn | | iiciv , pi > ri' . 'PHONE 58. I rUIIHI ] | ) AllMHTtU. SESSIONS & BELL Undertakers and Fmbalmers , Sessions Illk. , Norfolk Avenue , NORFOLK. NEIIHASKA. L. L. REMB...

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 — 4 September 1903

THE NOUFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEl'TMMUJdll 4 1908. Y THE OXNARD HAS 1IRKV Remodelled Throiinlioiit Under the IIIAV ownership n Complete Now Sprvlro line teen In stalled. Kvory tiiodnni coiiTonlonco , New Carpet. * , New Decorations , New lUirnlturc. I. A. BIRIHOLOMEW , Omier. G , N. VAIL , Manager. A NEW ART NEEDLE STORE HUH Junt IHHMI opnm-tl by MrH. .losoph Soliwnrt'/ l0 ! ! .Siiutli Fourth Htiott. All mirtu of Fancy Embroidery Silks , Sofa Cushion Covers , Etc. , are for ( win. A department , ulsn , for HAIR DRESSING MANICURING , SHAMPOOING AND FACIAL MASSAGE Embroidery IOHHOIIH given. Minn JOlli Suhumnuhur assists in thin branch. Brainard & Armstrong Silks , 31CYCLES I . i w * * Repairing Sundries V Wheels of all sorts at V Reasonable Prices . . ' AHLMANN BICYCLE SHOP , Mrs , Sadie Hart Mille OSTEOPJITHIC PHYSIGIflN. Graduate of Aniurinin School of ONUS : pii'hy , under tonndur of the nuiunot\ Kesidonco und oiltcu , HOT MnrtiBon Av Ilonm rum ! ) u.in toI p , in. HAVE YOUR ABST...

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 — 11 September 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL I PART ONE NORFOLK , NKBUASKA , i-MUDAV , SK1TKMHKH 11 , MIOU PAGES 1 TO 8 I Battle Creek's Second Year a Complete Success. VISITORS WELL ENTERTAINED. Prizes Were Handsome and Should Have Brought More Horses Many Norfolk People Turned out Yester day Reports of The News Admired , fFroin Saturday's Dally. ] The second annual race meeting of .the Battle Creek Driving Park asso ciation came to a close yesterday af ternoon. The crowds were good dur ing the last two days and the assocla- thin will bo able to meet all oxponses. The racing Itself was better the tlrst < lay than either of the other two. There were not as many horses en tered as there should have been with the handsome prb.es offered. Yester day's events wore all foregone conclu sions , the winners leading In straight heats. The olllcors of the association were as much disappointed as any and did everything In their power make the racing a complete success. "It looks as though the horsemen...

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 — 11 September 1903

Tllifi M Utr-miC NIOWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 11 , 1908. Cold Wave Didn't Reduce the Temperature Quite Enough. THERMOMETER DROPPED TO11. . The Danger Stage Is Now Probably Passed and the Corn Crop May be Considered Safe Promise of Warm er Tomorrow. I Prom Thtirmlny'n Dally.l The chilly wuvo from the north that was promised by the weather man yesterday , arrived without a hitch In the program and spread It self ever the surface of the country with undesirable offoctlvomms. It was thought by the majority of the people when they awoke thin mornIng - Ing that there had certainly boon a frost , 1ml they were relieved when they behold nothing moro disastrous than a heavy dew. Frost may have visited the low places , but It cort.ilnly did not reach to Norfolk's altitude with any pronounced effect. The government thermometer of Dr. Halter - tor showed that the minimum point reached by the mercury was It do- Krees , which Is Hovonil points re iniivod from a freeze. It IH now hoped that the dang...

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 — 11 September 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTUM HER 11 , 19011. Gov irnnient Chtngcs Ofiict rs In Interest of Foreigners. POLICE AIDED THE RIOTERS. Investigations Not Creditable to De posed Officer Admiral Cotton on Guard and Ready to Land Marines. Looking for Trouble. Constantinople , Sept. 10 Special to The NOWH : The government an nounces Uio appointment of a now vail at Hoyroot , and It h believed tbat an ofllcor lias boon chosen \\lio will bo able to effectually protect for eigners from any attacks by the mobs It Is now admitted that the ofllcor suc ceeded refused to pot form his duties in tills regard , and his retirement was for this icnson Recent Investigations show that the police have been assisting the iloteis , ' and as the police ate subject to the ' rail's direction , the losponsibllity Is charged up against the olilcer uho has boon displaced. The government hopes for a mater ial Imptovomunt In the town and province under the now \all's admin istration Consuls arc Alarmed. London ,...

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 September 1903

TIIIO NOHKOMC NHWS : FltlDAY , SMPTMMMtiK 11 , 11)03. ) The Norfolk i Hllvo ? la making a fow"tipurts to hoop in sight of Itw ninnliiK mate - wheat. The Fremont Tribune llwln that there has been another slip 'twl.vt the cup and the Lip . If this * thing keep * up people will BOOH be compelled to buy i-oal whether they like the price or not. If the weather clerk will only keep the dry air tube turned on from now till snowfall the corn crop will take care of Itself. Sir Thomas will have to hire a cup made If he wants one , and If ho Is fair about It ho will give an American yacht a chance at It also. The pcoplo may HOOII rise onmasso nnd demand that Now York raise the wind , or give up the International event. Chicago would do It without BO much monkey business. The Fremont Tribune Intimates that the automobiles which the pinion of ' thai town use may bo responsible for . the gasoline famine recently exper ienced thoro. Vacation days are ahoiit at an end and sludonts , young and old ,...

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 September 1903

Ml 1C NOUKOUv Nl'JWS ' : KIMIUY , SKPTKAIIllOll 11 , TEE FIRST TAILOR. HE MONOPOLIZED THE SARTORIAL TRADE OF THE WORLD. Ill * Mdliotl * Were Crude , mill llutrrliiln IVorp Iliilli.-r ( irotc but HP Tunipil Out ( iouil , H Work , llnnil StttHu-.l ThroiiKlioiit. The llrst Industry of tlio world was tailoring. The llrst maker of clothoa and the llrst wearer was Adam. Of this strange character who appear * on the pa > : os of history In tlio dual role of the llrst tailor and the llrst customer we have but a brief biography. The meager details require Hynipathetie In terpretation to make up a complete story. Of his father and mother no mention Is made , but the record shows lie was destined to be a clothier of nonie Hort , for "he was put Into ICden to "dress" the pinion.Ve do not know If he obeyed this command , as his biographers do not so stale , for , it seems , Instead of "dressing" the gar den ho "dressed" himself. Ills enrly marriage and the trouble relating to the theft of som...

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 September 1903

THK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 11 , 1903. A Large Crowd of Visitors Called Out by the Show. MANY WENT FROM NORFOLK. A Fine Exhibition of the Resources of the County and Industry of the People Is Marie Program May be Postponed .1 Day. Mndlson , Nol . . Sept. U. I p. in. From Stuff Correspondent. At thin lutitr the wcnthor IIIIH olonrod. the races are on before a largo crowd < if spectators , anil tlu liull game between Tlldon and Kinviuun drove IH to ho played la I or. In ( ho Ili-flt lii'iit of tliu 2:110 : class Ti-ddlo Brunswick won and Minnie Welsh ciiino under the wlrti second. The Norfolk Crowd. Norfolk ilny t the county fair IH being taken advantage of hy a largo number of vlsllois to MadlHon today. About seventy-live went over on the Union Pai-lllo train at II o'clock and It IH prnlmliln that moro than as many more drove. The weather thlw mornIng - Ing was chilly and uninviting , which tact nndouhtedly kepi othei-H from go- Ing. Hut those who wont uro being \\oll re...

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 September 1903

THE NORFOLK NKWS : FH1DAY , BKl'TKMMKH 11 , 1 01. ! Annual Exhibition Opens To day and Closes Friday. EVERYTHING IS IN READINESS. Racing Events , Base Ball Games , Free Attractions , Fine Stock , Mammoth Vegetables , Fine Fruits , Art Work and Machinery Offer Attractions. [ From Tuepclny's Daily.1 Madison , Nob. , Sept. 8. Special te > The News : The annual fair of the Madison Agricultural Society opens today , to continue for four days. The ofllcers and members of the society Imvo been busy fen- some time past In preparing for the event and are satis fied that the grounds and the track and buildings are In better shape than ever , and are likewise confident that the premium list and race program \ will call out a better exhibit e > f agri cultural products and fast heirsos than ever before In the history of the asso ciation. It Is probable that the greater portion tion of today will bo taken up In re cording entries , placing exhibits and other preliminary work , although muc...

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 September 1903

s TIIU NOHKOLK MKWS : I'MUDAY , SHI'TKMMMK 11 , HI08 r TREMENDOUS BARGAINS AT THE "i 1 Its Equal Has flever Been in this City or flortheast Nebraska ! We Have Just Purchased and Received Another Mammoth Stock at 49c on the Dollar , and We Are Slaughtering it Right and Left. Consists of Ladies' , Misses' and Children's Shoes , Men's and Boys' Boots and Shoes , and we Want to Say that we * Have Anything You Want in that Line atC THE DOL.L C Less Than You Have Ever Bought Before Ladies' Dress Skirts , Golf Skirts , Tailor = Made Suits , Dress Goods , Table Linen , Toweling , Hosiery , Shirt Waists of All Descriptions. ccoc9 n SSBS a Men's Overcoats , Fur Coats = = the Gordon & Furgerson line , Men's , Boys' and Children's Suits , Men's and Boys' Pants , Overalls and Jackets of all kinds , Sheepskin = Lined Duck Coats , Duck Coats , Underwear of all kinds , Socks , Gloves , Mittens , Ladies' , Misses' and Children's Overshoes and Rubbers , Rubber Boots and Rubber Shoes and many othe...

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 September 1903

Y THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL H PAET TWO NOKKOUC , NKBltASKA , KHIDAY , SKI'THMMKU II , l'l. ' ) ( ) ! PAGES 9 TO 12 Carload Breaks Away and Crashes Into a Freight. FOUR PERSONS WERE KILLED. Engine and Cars are Piled up In a Mass of Wreckage Ground Is Shaken for Miles Around the Scene of the Disaster. Wlnflold , Kim. , Sept. 11. Special to The NOWH : A cnrload of glnnt powder broke loose at this place this morning and run down a grade where it crashed Into a freight train. The shock of the collision exploded the powder , demolishing the engine and several cars. ( -v | - t Four persons were killed. An im mense hole was torn in the ground nnd the shock of the explosion was felt for miles around. LAUNCH MARYLAND TOMORROW. New Armored Cruiser to be Given Initial Dip at Newport News. Newport News , Va. , Sept. 11. Spec ial to The News : Everything is in readiness at the yards of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock com pany for the launching tomorrow of the fifteen thousand t...

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 September 1903

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS Fill DAY , SEPTEMBER J1 , 1908. THE NORFOLK NEWS \V , .V. III'SH , 1'ulilMnT. K.VII.V. [ ICfltnlillHliuil 1887.1 ICvcry 1 y oxrojit Hinuliiy. Uy cur- rlor jior wuoU , IS oeiiU. y in" II I r jur , } . . _ wr.r.iciiV MjwH..iorii.\\ii. The Now * . Kutnliimlit'il. 1SS1. The Joufiiul. ISKlnblMioil. 1SS7. Kvcry Krltluy. " > ' mull I"1 > ' ° "r > * ' -so > Special Notion. Vclviiiipo . " " ' " "p.1'1) ) ' ; Hi" Nown-Jouriuil will I" tint H to " ; inUoii until Oi-lobor 10 at tlio rule of II m > lu-r your. Old mibHrrlliiirM miiy Imvo dm liiMiolll of thin into by i iy- lint nrroimwH to tlntu at the romilnr ul. orl.il | < > n iirlco iintt iiio > " l nilviinro. Thin npi'i-lnl nffor will bo wKlitlniwn Ot.-lol.iir Ifi. Kntrrpil "I tlio iwHlollIro nt Nor- folU. Nub. , IIH aofiitiil firms mutter. Tcloplioups : Killtorliil Department. No. 22. HiiHlncHH Ullloo and Job IfjoniH. No. ,1W. REPUDUICAN TICKET. State , ' For JtiilRo of tlio Supreme Court J. It. lln...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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