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

THE NOKKOUC NEWS : 1'MIIUAY ' , SKI'TIUI 1)1311 ) II. HIM. A Sure Sign When school children com plain of much headache , eyes hurting , nervousm1- , or having n hard tinio to li'avn their lessons nnd don't liUo to go to school , the roasoii is defective eye sight. School tcnchiM-M should know that a child with defective eyes cannot keep up with one \\hoso eyes arc cniniptropic. Why torture n child when science has provided a remedy ? Dr , Marquardt , Ophthalmologist , As Good as Gold ! The Elkhoru B. & S. Association will make you a loau to build or buy , on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. H A A Reputation R for good work hi D our tinshop and good goods from our store W keeps us busy all the A time. R G.E.Moore E . . GOOD EVENING Have you ordered your now shoes for fall wear yet 1 Shoeing boys for sehool time is now the thought of parent ? , and it brings much expense during the school term , without you procure shoes that are both well made and made of the best mate...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 September 1903

NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 11 , 1908. Park Avenue to be Opened to Take Care of Flood Water. SHIPLEY AWARDED CONTRACT. Hs [ Is the Lowest Did and ho Offers to do the Work for $410 Minor Matters Attended to by the City Council. Lust ovonhiK the oily council hold nn mljounipil rt'Kiiliir SOHHIOII , when Uioro wore proHotit ' Mayor Iluznn , CouncllnuMi Ununiunnil , I'nnowulk , Tyler , WllkliiNou , Huolow , Wnlkor ; iihsont , Kh'Run unil Hpollinan. The mayor called for a report , from ( hoAtronl and alloy coiuinltU'o rognrtl- liu : the Park avomio dllch. ( .Minimum Wilkinson of the ruin- inltti-o recommended the rejocllon of all lildn , aw In hH opinion very llltlo dirt IH noc.osHary at the dyke , const1- ijuontly the hldn were too \\\n\\ \ \ \ \ \ . 1'asowalk of the HIIIIIP commlttoo re ported receiving Iddn as followsr. : . A. KliiK ? f.OO . , (1. K. Shipley $110 , Mr. Kol."fi per yard , and Htatod that there were over 1.100 yards of dirt to ho moved , and recommended Iho accept...

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 — 18 September 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PART ONE NORFOLK , NI3IWASKA , Fill DAY , SK1THMIMOR , IS , IHOJl. PAGES 1 TO 8 Great Excursion Into the South Dakota Town This Morning. THREE TRAIN LOADS OF PEOPLE. Visitors are Attracted by Lands Soon to be Opened. BEING ROYALLY ENTERTAINED. A Program of Indian and Cow Boy Sports Has Been Arranged and There Is Something Doing all the Time Town Taxed to Entertain. Doncstool , S. D. , Sept. 12. From a staff correspondent : Four hundred and sixteen thousand acres of choice 1 land , and land which IB this year pro ducing the finest crops In the world , was enough of an attraction to bring over 2,500 persons up to Doncstecl very early this morning from all over Nebraska and to open their eyes with wonderment when they had taken a look. look.The The three Immense excursion trains over the Chicago and Northwestern railway , which left Norfolk last night , drew into the terminal of the line in this direction about an hour apart , a bit behind the schedule b...

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 — 18 September 1903

< Visitors Were Cared For in Remarkable Manner. WHAT THE LAND LOOKS LIKE. War Dances of the Indians Saturday and the Dlfj Qonfircs After Done- steel as a Town , With Its Three Blocks of DuslncBO Houses. Hoiu > Hk'ul , S. U. . St'pt. II. Fieit'i a Staff CorroHpondont : Floixleil wllh BliMipy , ItiitiKry , landHooUInt ; men , Hononte'cl tlld wonderfully weill In ImndlliiK the huntlrotlH of vlnltorHvfo cnino from all pnrlH of NubniHlw to But a look at the 110.000 acron of res- orvatlon land which will ho opened HomeUlmu In the fnluru. I'rotty nearly every Hlnro In town watt tnnuul Into a Hhort onlur roHtati- rnnt with long conntorn down olthor Hlilu and hot coffco and Hiimlwlc'him to null. LOIIK lliioii of humanity jammed Into the tmlldliiKH , waited fern n turn and went away HixtlHllod. The hotulH and good hoteln they arc worn crowded from morning until night hut thuy norvoil mualH that met the demand Hlrulilit through. 1'ral- rlu chicken for broakfuHt on the Unit day wan emu of...

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 — 18 September 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : Kill DAY , SMPTEMBER 18 , 1008 , Pierce Man Named by Fusion Parties Today. THE CHOICE WAS UNANIMOUS Lew than Thirty Minutes Required for Delegates of the Democrats and Populists to Fuse and Place Name * f Ex-Judge Cones Before Voters. [ From Tuesday's Dnlly. ] In loss than half an hour tills fore noon Judge Douglas Cones of Plorco wan placed In nomination by both the populist anil democratic conventions as the candidate of the two parties for the position of Judge of the Ninth judicial district , and the campaign duly opunc'd. The delegates of both parties met In the parlors of the Pacific hotel , hut organized separately. The populists Hiicccodod lu first making the nom ination of Mr. Cones , and n committee wan promptly dispatched to the dem ocratic side of the house to Inform ! Mr. Cones of their action. IIo de ferred his speech of acceptance until after the democrats had completed Hielr organization and made their nomination and then hriolly but fc- ] itlclous...

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 — 18 September 1903

THE NORFOLK NliWS : FRIDAY , SEPTKMUKIl 18 , 11)03 ) , The Madison county load 1 the county seat during the next fo\v days and ninny ivro following them. The weather man appears to l > o making n determined effort to Htiuiil that first frost off mill the roni Is making us determined an effort to got out of the way. They hn\o already hail frost In North Dakota. Mlnnosotn , Wisconsin , nnil portions of Ohio anil Utah. HO that Nebraska Is holding her roputa- Uon an a farming state bettor than many people glvo her credit. The Madison Star-Mall IH showing eommodablo enterprise In Issuing n dally odltlnn during fair week , and the Madison merchants are showing tltolr appreciation of enterprise by taking nbout seventeen columns of advertis ing In each issue. The Sioux City Trlhnno has a spec- lal from Pouca announcing that ro- vlvnl meetings have commenced In Ponca. The NOWH now IUIH hopuH that Its friend , Thoa. J. Sholbloy will be converted and withdraw these llbol BUltS. The Knllorto...

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 — 18 September 1903

TIIK NOHKftliK N'Ktt'S ' : HIUUV , SUPTKMIIKI ! IS , IIIIKI TO SEE THE SECRETARY Dy Kttherine M'Uontvld Copyright , 1WB. hy T. O. McUuro 6 Tl.e socivtnry sat In his olllce and fumed nl Iho heat , lie was born In a Iloosler log cabin and hud attended a college of the northwest. He hud gone to housekeeping In a little old mossy cottage for \ \ hlch he found It dilllciilt at times to pay 58 a month rental. Yet at fifty he sat In that noble room \ \ hose long windows let lu the breeze from the I'otumuc and framed a view In comparable for the mingling of natural und artificial beauty sat and fumed lit the heat. Williams , the messenger , entered , lie was llle ; most negrots. u sort of human buromctOr , and he IICMT failed to stilt his bearing to his mas ter's humor. On this occasion he wus Xf obsequious , patient , but bored. "That woman's still theub , boss , " he Bald. "Didn't 1 tell you to get rid of her ? " "Yussiih ; I been try In' , but she's a stayer. Fust time 1 done like yon su...

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 — 18 September 1903

THE NORFOLK NMWS : SEPTEMBER 18 , I'JOS. ' " " "AUTonTfiTln"Mndlson county lend to the county BOH I during the next few days niul ninny are following them. Tlio weather iniin appears to bo making n determined effort to Htitnil that first frost off ami tlio eonIH making UH determined an effort to get out of tlio way. They lia\o already had fnmt In North Dakota. Minnesota , WHCOIIBII | | , and portions of Ohio and Utah , HO that NohraHlw IH holding lior loputa- tlon an a farming Htato liotlor than many people give lior crodll. The MadlHon Star-Mall IH showing eommodablo enterprise In Issuing a dally edition during fair week , and the Madison me'-chants are showing their appreciation of entorprlHo by taking about seventeen eolunuiH of advertis ing In each IHHUO. The Sioux City Trlbuno baH a spec- lal from 1'onca announcing thai re vival meetings luivo commenced In 1'onca. The NOWH now IIIIH hopes that Ha friend , ThoH. .1. Shelbloy will he converted and withdraw those tufa- IIIOIIH lll...

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 — 18 September 1903

TIIM NOHK01K NfK\VS ; | P I1)\V ) , SWPTKMIWH IS , | < lit ( : M-O--0OO-VOO-l-04-O--O-l : ! < TO SEE THE Jfe' ' SECRETARY By Katherine M'Uonzvld Copyrlishl , 11W. by T. C. McOiuro 6 K-O-KM-O-I-CHO-l-OO-I-O-i-O-l-O--O-l-O-l'O Tl.e soii.-'tnry sat In his olllci1 niul fumed at Hie boat. Ho was born In a Hoosler log cabin and had attended a > college of the northwest. He hud gone to housekeeping In a little old mossy cottage for \\hlch ho found It dillleult at times to piy : ? 8 a month rental. Yet at fifty he sat In that noble room hose long windows let lu the breeze from the Potomac and framed a view in comparable for the mingling of natutal und artlllclal beauty sat and fumed tit the hetit.VllllaniM , the messenger , entered. lie was like most negroi s. a tort of human barometer , ami he neu-r failed to suit his bearing to Ills mas ter's humor. On this occasion he was obsequious , patient , but bored. "That woman's still theah , boss , " he Bald. "Didn't I tell you to get ri...

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 — 18 September 1903

KMWH. vmmv i tomi Hundreds Participated Yester day in Pasewalks Grove. COLLECTION AMOUNTED TO $150. Chilly and Cloudy Weather Did Not Prevent a Good Time Speaking , Music , Dinner , and Sports Made the Program. ( From Momlny'H nnlly.l . Sdiiui people mliit ; ) consider tlinl the weather of yesterday was any tliliiK l t conducive In an enjoyable picnic , but the oniwcl llmt turned mil to nttonil llio annual mlsHlonfost of SI I'iml Lutheran church In Paso- walk's grove. ami tlio unjoymont tliat nil Rol out of It woiilil certainly serve to convince Diem tlial a few Houdu nml a certain degree of chilliness WIIH nut sullU'lent l < > l 'i'H t' ' " % " .embers . nf ( ho St. Paul cliurch an.l . their friends nt homo. True HOIIIO of them worn tholr overcoats ami himvy wraps , am ihoso who dliln'L wont about with rod liaiulM. rosy choelis anil blue noses. Mil tlioy had a good tlino regardless and the "fost" wan a HUCCOHS In every particular , A law number of Oorinnn Luther ans from Stnn...

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 — 18 September 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18 , 1003. The Forecast of the Weather Man Became a Reality. FIRST FREEZE OF THE SEASON. Garden Vegetation Is Retired From Further Activity This Year Some Corn Was Past Injury but the Late Planting Was Caught. I from Wednesday's Dnlly.i The frost that was forecasted for Monday night , nnd again for last night , certainly succeeded In pulling in nn appearance on Iho lalter occa sion , and this morning leaves , planls and walks were covered with the white cryslals , while lite surface of standing water was covered with a scum of Ice perhaps an eighth of .an Inch In thickness. Every growing plant is certainly retired from further actlvlly , but the probability is lhal much of Iho corn was far enough advanced so lhat It will develop from what litllo life yol remains In Iho stalks. The freeze came four days later than last year , but the four days have been damp , chilly weather , not favorab\p \ to the ripening process , so that vegetation Is probabl...

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 — 18 September 1903

8 T1IK NOUKOMC NEWS : Fill DAY , SEPTEMBER 18 , 1903. DOUS BARGAINS AT THE Its Equal Has Never Been in this City or Northeast 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' , ( Hisses' 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 at TH DO ! Kmmmnmr Less Than You Have Ever Bou hi. Before. Ladies' Dress skirls , ( io ! ( : Skirls , Tailor-Made Suits , Drt-ss Hoods , T'-i-b ; Linen , Toweling , Hosiery , Shirt Waists of All OCSC.TI ; 'ions. T fflisses' aft ) Children's Jackets , 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 R...

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 — 18 September 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PART TWO NORFOLK , NKHKASKA , I'MHDAY ' , SKl'TIOMMKU IS , 1510,1. PAGES 9 TO 12 Most Extraordinary Condition Exists in Great Britain. CONSTERNATION IN ENGLAND. Resignation of Colonial Secretary Is Confusing Condition Most Extra ordinary In the Constitutional His tory of the Country. London , Sept. 18. Special to The 'Js'owii : The resignation of Colonial Secretary Cchainborlaln lias created tconstornntlon in government circles .nml throughout the country. It is now rumored that Prime Min ister Balfour will also resign , but the rumors appear to luck foundation. f The most extraordinary condition I in the constitutional history of Great \ .Britain now confronts the govern ment and the people are considerably c-xclted over the development of the jpast few hours. Chamberlain Resigns. "London , Sept. 18. The official an nouncement of the lesignatlon of Joseph Chamberlain and two other members of the cabinet was made In Downing street in the following com...

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 — 18 September 1903

10 TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : Ml I DAY , SKlM'MiMIJliJK 18 , 1 0 . THE NORFOLK NEWS \ \ . l > f III M.I l'llllll lltT. HAH. * . UCHllllillHhi'il 1SS7. ) - Hmulny lly o- H\ory iliiy oxt-npt rli-r iinr wcolt , Id ronm , lly mull liur yur , Ifl.OU. y'KKKI.V MJW.S..MMIIIXAI. . The NOWH , Ustnl'llMlioil. ISSI. The Join iinl. KMtulillHhnil , 1SS7 Kvory Krhltij. Hy inall l' ' r > ' ' ; ' < > Kpuolnl Nntli'ii Ailviincu milxu'Hp- tloltH 10 till ! NinVH-.llllllllMl Will III' ' takoii until OiMolior Ifi at the ale < > l fl.oo imr your , old milim-i Ilium may hnvii tlio Ituiiollt of thin into by pay ing HiTOHiiiBt'H to ilalo at tliu luKUlat iibMcrliitlnn in lee anil ono yi-nr In nilvanco. Tliw Mpcolal oiTor will bo withdrawn OotoliiT 1(1. Kiitproil nt tlio iiiiMlnlllcK ivt Nor folk. Nol > . . an Hi'i-iinil rliiHH niuttur. ToloplionoH : tMltnrlal Dupartmont , No. " 2. IitmltioHs uilleo ami Job lfoniH. No. 3W REPUDLICAN TICKET. State. For JmlRo of tliu Hupromn Court J. II. llarni'H ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 September 1903

THE NOHKOLK NHWS : KIUDAY , SUITKMMKK is , HUM. 11 HVPERQPIA It is n condition of the human eye that when VUVH of light enter they are not brought to a focus soon enough to form .the image on the retina clearly , an extra amount of nerve sup ply is necessary to increase tlio refractive upptirutusof the eye in order to nee better. This extra waste of nerve force is wliut causes seventy-live per cent of so-called diseases. Medicine cannot cure Ilyperopia. Consult an ophthalmologist ; follow his advice , ami nature will ilo the curing. Dr , Marprdf , Ophthalmologist , As Good as Gold ! The Elkhorn B. & S. Association will uinko you a loan to build or buy , on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. GARDNERS BURROWS REAL ESTATE DEALERS , , , City Property a Specialty , SpeciaJ Bargains. ir IfpOncros liar Innil , S miles from NorA - A folk , & per iii-ri' . < ICOnorus hay land , 2 inili'B from WnrK - norvillo , $ .T > | ior nnro. 18(1 ( IUTO line improM'd lanil7. . 1 pe...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 September 1903

Ml 10 NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , SMPTHMUKK IS , HIGH , City Council Revises the Law on Sidewalks. A NEW STREET COMMISSIONER. Mr. Hartman Is Removed by the Coun cil and Bntlike \ Put In the Office. Insurance Companies Will Have to Pay up What They Owe. Strt-H ComlsNlonor K. K. Hurlmim > VHH rutmivoil frnin olllco liy order of i\w \ city cuiuioll liiHt night. Angiml lliithko was iioinlniitoil liy the mayor imtl npiiolnli'il to the piwltlon. The city t-mmcll nint In rogtilur HOH- plnn , iiroHont Mnyor 1 la/tin , Councilmen - men Itniimnuiul. KloHini. Sppllmun. \NMlUliiHon , Xuoltnv. AliHont , Tylor. WnlUur. ProroiMllngH or two iirovlotiti iiu-H- IIIKH won- read nnd aiimvi | | < il. Htronl anil alley connnlttoo reported Unit they had made contract with M. 10. Slilploy to construct Park aveniio ditch hut bond has not yet been niRiiod. Suggt'stcil Unit commlUoo tl'-elilo aw to requirement for bond. Motion to award contract to Ship- Icy without bond WHH lont. On recoiiHlderallon u motio...

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 — 25 September 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL PART ONE v. NORKOIiK , NKUHASKA , FIUIUY , SKl'TKMHKU 25 , 15)0,1. ) PAGES 1 TO 8 < , M. L. Marshall is Mutilated and Crushed Terribly. BODY CUT INTO MANY PIECES. Horrible Death of Norfolk Electrician Who Mistook an Engine and Rode to His Destruction Run Over by a Stock Train Afterward. [ From Tuesday's Dally. ] ! : Terribly mangled ami slashed ami torn , with parts distributed along the right of way for half a mile , the body of Martin Luther Marshall , an elec trician In Norfolk , was found on the Northwestern tracks two miles west of the city this morning. Ho went to his horrible death shortly after 9 o'clock last night , from the rear end of a locomotive to which ho was clinging and which was running at ter rific speed to Battle Creek. Marshall climbed upon the engine by mistake , thinking , at the round house , that It would carry him to the new coal chutes. Instead , It was a wild machine , starting for Battle Creek , and It carried Marshall t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 25 September 1903

NIUWS : FRIDAY , SKl'-i EMIJEIl ' 25 , JD03. n No Question as to Cause of ) Marshall's Death. PUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON. No Dlnme Attaches to the Railroad Company Whatsoever In the Mat ter of the Electrician's Disastrous Accident Coroner Was Here. No Inquest was hold ever Ilio re mains of M. I. . . Marshall , tlio elec trician who was HO criiolly sliced to pieces liy NorthwoHtorn trnliiH during Monthly night. Coroner 1) . H. MoMa- linn nrrlvotl In tlio city hint night from Nowiimn Grove ami decided Unit thorn wns no ( itiostlou an to tlio cnuno of the dentil. Funeral of Martin Luther Marshall. Tlio funeral of tlio Into M. IMar - Khali , who HUffort'tl such u horrlhlo loath nn tlin Northwestern tnicks be tween lioro and llaltlo Creole Monday night , was hold fioin thn family rosl- donee , 207 South Ninth Hlreot. thlH afternoon - tornoon at II o'clock , tlio remaliiH be- In C enclosed In a Honied I'lisKot. The funeral services weie attended In a body of Norfolk lent No (11 ( , Knights of...

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 — 25 September 1903

THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , SBPTBMBKH i5 ! , lilOfl. Holiday of the Schwcnkfcldci Family is On. BUTTER DAY IN PENNSYLVANIA , A Celebration Which Started With a Tnrlfty Family Has Grown to In tcrest Thousands Unique Religious Sect of Pennsylvania In Assembly , Philadelphia , Sept. 24. Special tc The News : Apple butter day was celebrated today by the Schwenk' folders of PonnHj'lvanla In their moot ing houses at HoBonsnsk anil else' where. Among the devout members of the sect the occasion Is known as "lit'daochtnlsz tag , " or memorial day , Us popular name refers to the most , conspicuous feature of the noonday fe. . repast that Is a regular part of the " services. The Pennsylvania Sclnvonk- folders are known far and wlilo as / the makers of the best apple butter 'ii uiu uiiu , aim HUH uar , LI > ivanim of the largo crop of apples In south eastern Pennsylvania , the memorial celebration was a conspicuous suc cess. cess.Hecauso Hecauso of the prominence the Schwonkfoldors have atta...

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 — 25 September 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 25 , 1908. It will bo found that the freeze has not Blunted ( ho growth of tlio coal bill. i Some of tho.so Nebraska ears of , corn , If hollowed otit nnd finished up , properly , would almost nmko n IIO\IHI \ > . ( * The clear-up following tlio front , IH natlnfactory nt leant , especially to tlio I managements of fairs nnd carnivals. The Salvation Army IH to adopt i rough rider uniforms for Its cavalry > assault on HII tlmt has taken root In I the hearts of ttio KuntuuUy foudlsts. ' Omaha people are hoping that tlio i flrcat Wi'storn may fix tlio freight rates HO that city may become ii grain market , Romutlilni ; that IIIIH long boon | hut never attained , owing tea a discrimination In rates. It now appears that tlio people of ( Indlnna | > ollH did actually HUO an nlr- ntilp , but that It WIIH merely a model nindu of papur and ( ho figures of nion behold wuro dummies. ThlH cloarH Indianapolis whisky of an onerous The frost Hiiro did...

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