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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 25 September 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 85 , ! ! K1. ) ! Four Young Boys From Oak- dale Held up Foreman. ESCAPED AT POINT OF A GUN. Were Caught Placing Dolts and Spikes on Track Threatened the Section Foreman and Got Away. Jackson Will Prosecute Crowd. ( From Monday's Dnlly.1 Nollgh , Neb. , Sopt. 21. At the IKInt of a gun and with violent throats uttered against him , Section held up by four young boys from Foreman Davis , of this place , wns Onlululo , who hud placed bolts and spikes on the Northwestern tracks In nn nttempt , it Is thought , to wreck Uio train. They mndo a temporary escape from the suction foromnn but are now behind the burs of the county jail , where they were landed by Sheriff Frleshie. Warrants were made out and the matter of prosecution IH in charge of N. D. Jackson , the railroad i t attorney. The names of the boys arc : Klmor Holmes , Ltiko Alexander , Oscar Price and Clem Mllligan. They are pronounced u had lot. The Polander , In jail , charged with asaault u...

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 — 25 September 1903

HI it i.i xTrvnt.wr v vrt.Mircs. t.itun.iv inno Caucuses of Various Wards Held Last Night. THE DELEGATES ARE CHOSEN. Those Who Will Represent the Wards At the County Convention Meeting Tuesday Night to Select the Norfol * Candidate for Commissioner. [ From Satimlay'H Dolly. ] The republicans of tlio vatloUH wnnlH of the plly of Norfolk mot In nturiiH liiMt nlKlit for the purpose of naming tlio delegates to ulUintl the eounty ooiivontlon to bo bold at Hal- tic Crook on TtioHibiy , tbo 29th , and accomplished tlio purposm of the meetings I" Hliiirt onlor , all tliu meet ings being In tlio plly ball at K o'clock , except that of tlio Fourth ward. First Ward. W. H. Wlilamnii , . .1.V. . Edwards , jiiim and E. .1. Sehorreggo Hocrolary. Tbo following delegates were elected , and tlioBo attending were empowered to paHt the full vole of the ward : W. II. Wlldaman , .1. W. KdwnnlH , O W. Wilkinson , Al. .loluiHon , 13. N. Vail , M. M. Stniinnnl. Second Ward , Goo. N. Heels WUH t'loplod plial...

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 — 25 September 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : 1'MUIUY ' , SKPTKMHKR 25 , 1)01. ! ) ! 4 Horse Races arc Attracting Considerable Interest. BEAT BUTTE AT BASE BALL. The Crowd Gathered this Afternoon IB Biggest Ever Seen In Lynch. Purse of $50 on Pony Race Today. Corn Beyond Injury. Lynch , Nob. , Sept. 19. Special to The News : The Lynch harvest races began yesterday ofternoon with Ideal weather anil a magnificent crowd In attendance. In this section all crops have yielded heavily and all corn was too far matured to he Injured by frost HO that everyone has given over to a good time. The sports of the card began with a ball game between Butlo and Lynch which was expected to bo closely con tested but the visitors early went to pieces and It simmered down to a a running match for Lynch. The score stood IS to 7. The Interest of the day was cen tered in the horse race In which sev eral horses from surrounding points wore pitted together for theflrst time. Kid and Hay Seed , owned by 1C. A. Pearsons of Gross ; Teddy R...

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 — 25 September 1903

8 TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : F HI DAY , SEPTEMBER 25 , 1003. TREMENDOUS 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' , 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 at 50 N TH E 50 Less Than You Have Ever Bought Before. Ladies' Dress Skirts , Golf Skirts , Tailor Made Suits , f . = Dress Goods , Table Linen , Toweling , Hosiery , Shirt Waists \ j. of All Descriptions. Ladles' , losses' and 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 ...

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 — 25 September 1903

f THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL , , . , , PART TWO NOUKOliK NHHHASKA I'MIIDAY ' SKI'TKMHKK I'.in ' ; ! PAGES 9 TO 12 Vault Door Blown Off With Charge of Dynamite. INNER VAULT IS NOT ENTERED. Shock of the Explosion Rouses the Town. TRACED BY A BLOOD HOUND. Attempt on Bank's Funds Made at 1 O'clock This Morning Robbers Make Their Escape But arc Being Traced Loss Covered by Insuranc Ewing , Nob. , Sept. 25. Special to The News : The Ewlng bank was en tered this morning about 1 o'clock by burglars , the vault door blown off by dynamite nnd the robbers succeeded In making their escape after securing but a small amount of cash for their efforts. A dozen people wore aroused at nbout the hour stated by a terrific ex plosion. They dressed hastily and started an investigation to find that the bank vault had been blown open and the banking room littered with wreckage. The burglars gained entrance to the building by prying open the front door , and breaking the bolts , this be ing accomplished...

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 — 25 September 1903

MMVVSI.MMIUY SMPTMMIMH on THE NORFOLK NEWS \V. N , IH'MI' ' ! , I'nliltxlirr. ll.lll.t. IICntnlillHliPd 1887.1 lOvnry day oxoiipl Hiniiliiv , Ily rnr- rlttf | mr wool ! , tli cuntH. Ily mull | > nf y-M r. Jfi no. _ \vr.r.Ki.v MJWS-.HMIHNAI , . The NOWH. IJMlnbllKluMl , ISSI , Tlio Join mil. ICHliitillHhml , 1SS7. Ifivrry Krlilny. Ily mall pur your , 11.50. Bpri'liil Nnlli'ivAilvunc'i ) milimM'Ip- tloim to OKI NowH-.limriml will liu tnkoii until Ortohtir K nt tlio mm of II. o l > or your. Old nul > Hi'illM rn limy liuvo tlio luini'lll of thin rutu by pny- \I\K \ nrrouriiKPM ' " ilnt ill tlio ri'Kulur miliHi'rlpllon pi-lro ami iino your In Kiivnnro. TlilH KH'i'lnl | olTur will IMI wltlidrnwn Ootolior 1 . HntrriMl at tlio iioHlnltlro nt Nor folk. Nob. , an m-roinl CIIMH ) mattor. TolophonoH : Killturlnl D Nil , " 2. HIIHIU | > HH Ulllru anil Job No. 3W. ! REPUGUCAN TICKET. State. Kor .Iiuluu of tlio Hupromo Court J. it. llarnoH MinllHon Kor lloKiinlH of 8tato UnlvorHlty Cli...

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 — 25 September 1903

PI-IE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , SKITKMHKK 25 , 15)011 ) II The Truth Seine ix-oplo will Riifl'or from 0110 year to another with sick headache , indigestion and all sorts of nervous iiilmontH , and at the Hunio time try all kinds of modicum that is adver tised , when in reality defective - foctivo eyes are the cause of all the. trouhlo. Have your eyes oxiuniiu'd by an Opthal- moloKist and you will he in formed of your true condition and how to net wt 11 without yourself to death. Dr , Mariprdt , Ophthalmologist , i I. . As Good as Gold ! The Klkhorn U. & S. Association will iiwko you a loan to build or buy , on favorable tunns. T. E. ODIOKNE. Secretary. Leading REAL ESTATE DEALERS , , , City Property a Specialty , Special Bargains. IfiOnrrcs liny Iniul , 8 miles , from Xnr- folk , $ S ( ) per nci e. Irtl ncres hay Inrd , 2 niilos from Wnr- nervillo , $ ; ri per aero. 4SO ncres line iniproteil land , J27..M ) per nci e. Rfl acres 1 mile from Norfolk Junction , $37.Ml per aero. Gardn...

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 — 25 September 1903

THE NOIIKOUC NEWS : Fill DAY , SIUPTKMHWU 20 , 11)03. ) THE OXNARD UAH 1IKKN Remodelled Throughout Utulor the ninv ownership u ColllJllutO NI\V SmvlCII llllH ( won ill- Htallml. Kvury modwn coiivoiiloiico New Carpel.i , New Decorations , New Furniture. L. A , BARTHOLOMEW , Onner. G. II. VAIL , Manager. 'OPYHlCMT HERE IT IS MA'AM ! Tlmt ban of Hour you ordwod is at your door whim promixwlno.t liino you'll probably order dotiblti tluMiiuntity | for lion Ton Hour hiii u llttlo way of ploiiHiiifj ; ponplo , whinh makes it u wol- c-oiiio visitor. Kvurybodv and his wife knowH thu Hnpunor ( | iuillty of 1 Sou Ton Hour. Sajaf City Cereal Mills. H Asliorotoforo wenro- pose lo load in Fuel Saving Economical Stoves. Anyoiio routoinplutinK buy ing u Move iual > c.Mi mistake who iloi's not will at our storo. G.E.Moore E . . HAVE YOUR ABSTRACTS MADE BY Dr.J. H. Mackay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON , 'Phone 11. NORFOLK , ( OR , SESSIONS BELL Undertakers and Embalmers , Soialotm 111U. , Norfolk A\nimi &...

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 — 2 October 1903

THE WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PART ONE NKIWASKA , 1'MUDAY ' , ( HTOMKH 'J , lllOil. PAGES 1 TO 8 Freight No. 116 Crushes Tom Belt to Death. CONDUCTOR WAS JOLTED OFF. Supposing That the Coupling Had Been Released , Tom Belt Was Un prepared When the Pin Caught and Jerked the Car on Which he Stood. ( From Momlny'n Dally.J Train No. 110 on the Northwestern r md , ilue into Norfolk last night fro.i Long Pine , jerked its faithful con ductor , Thomas Belt , under the wheels . at Stuart yesterday afternoon and ground him to death. His right leg TT S run over , the loft leg was broken a d other internal Injuries were sus tained which proved fatal at G o'clock Triton , after a hard light for his life , Conductor Belt was relieved from his trrible agony by the coming of a lavrcifnl death. Coupling Failed to Release. Conductor Belt was standing upon th ' top of a freight car when the ac cident happened. The train was switching In the yards at Stuart and the car upon which he stood had Just butn unco...

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 — 2 October 1903

THM N'lHKOIjK NKWR : FRIDAY. OC'iOUEIt 2 , 1000. Passenger Train Crashes Into Crowded Street Car. DEATH AT A FAMIUY REUNION. Waiting at Depot Five Persons Are Killed and Th'rce Injured at Shnron Mill , Pa Falling Latin Kill * Two at Columbus , Ga , Chicago , Oct. 1. Flvo persons wore killed niul u score of others wcto In Jnrod In n collision between the WIs- rniiflln HniKc'il passenger ti l " ' "I u Forty-third nvoinio street car. at Fifty- fi'cond uvt'iiui' , last night. The stioet car wnB crowded with passengers re turning from the Harlem race track , and every man In the car WHB Injured. The motorman had received the signal to ( .TOSH and had JtiHt reached the cen ter of the track when the passenger train ernBhed Into hlH eur. None of the imKHciiRcrH had tlmo to eHcapo. The dead : F. Roberts ; William OtIf- flth. Kansas City , helper at llawlhorno track ; .IciHeph Under , colored ; J. Wll- llaniB. Jockey , who rode second horBO in last race at Harlem ; James Galln- Kher. Klmlra ,...

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 — 2 October 1903

' 11K NORFOLK f Those Who Will Try For the Madison County Offices. CONVENTION WAS A LARGE ONE. Contests for Place Were Few and the Business of the Delegates Was Quickly Transacted After the Meet ing Was Called to Order. fFrom Thursday's Dully. ] The democratic county convention , lichl at Unttlo Crook Wednesday af ternoon was one of the largest con ventions of that party over held In ( he comity. The hall was tilled with delegates , from all sections of the county , and there were few lacking of those who had been chosen to attend. Of the Norfolk delegation of twenty-nine , hut four were absent , and that was about the ratio of at tendance from other portions of the county. The convention was late In startIng - Ing , because of the fact that the delegates - egatos seemed disinclined to quit M the pro-convention discussion regardIng - Ing the chances of the various can didates seeking place , hut there was no lack of interest when the gavel of the presiding oilier fell. S. II. Thatch...

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 — 2 October 1903

.TII10 NOKKOiMC NHWS. K1UDAY , OCTOHHK 2 , 15)03. ) The After Wednesday , with two count > tiokulu In the Held , tlm lliht ; will bo In e rnent. ttotne of tlu > Nebraska newspaper Hlloru arc almost funny enough I" entitle tlii'in to Hltuutloim IIH editors f MI nlmnnuc. Kchi'im' will TThi\l mi rulfleent fuwloul.iU dig up nfttT tluMr mm- ' Judiciary proposition him effectually burled by lb Intel Tolorw of tlm state ? the republicans will gut toother at Hattlo Creek ami proceed to place tlu- winning county ticket In Hie Hold alongside the winning state a j district ticket * of tlml party. An Omahfi company IMIH been In corporated to put In coininlHHlon the nrrlnl pleasure wheel. It sounds Ilko K might bo a ( lying machine , may bo onlr a nrw fnnglcd tuorry-go-round. The Onmba republican lenders i mooting for Friday nlKht to oUlo the differences existing ' the ixvrty and promote Inmntmy. It wns A worthy movement and It IK to bo hojwii thnt the memborH of the party met with them ur...

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 — 2 October 1903

IIK NKWS- I MUDAY , orroitnn a. State Federation to Meet Octo ber 6 , 7 and 8. NATIONAL OFFICERS TO ATTEND An Unusually Interesting Program for the Meeting Has Been Arranged , Mrs. John R. Hays of This City to Read a Paper Thursday. ( From TucBlt y'B Dully. ) The Nebraska Federation ofVoni - am'ii clubs Is to be held at Fremont ctobcr U to 8. An unusually Inter- * Uug program has been arranged , which will surely bo very Interetaln- Ing , as mill as Instructive to nil who are fortunate enough to hear It. It li hoped that a good many members f the Norfolk club , aside from the dde-gates , will he able to attend. The following are among the many inter esting features of the program : The meeting will bo honored by the presence of the national presi dent , Mrs. Dennis T. S. Denlson. i Tfcerc will be an address by MissJane 1 Addatns of Hull house. Mrs. Doro Lyon and Miss Mary O. Hay , editor I and secretary of the Club Woman 1 Uagazlnc , vflll he with us. i Other prominent speakers outs...

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 — 2 October 1903

T1IK NOHKOLK NEWS : 'KillDAV , OCTOUKIt 2 , 11)03. ) DELINQUENT TAX SALE TreivHiiror'H Olllco. MiullHon County. NobniHltn. Notice Is hereby KlM'ii Hint H IIIIH | | | alll ( town lolH In I ho follow UK ; llHt. on which the timw ronniln nnp.ihl for the yi'iir Hpeclllod , will ho sold nl thlH olllco on ( ho MrHt Monday of No- vomlior , 1903. Following IH the lint for publica tion , as required by law. nlvlnj ; the amount iluo thoreon. to which will bo added IntoroHtat the rate of 10 per con ! per annum Innn the llrst day of May after the your due. with cost of pub lication 10 I'onln for each lot deHcripllon and 20 contH for each laud doHcrlptlon and imlo. Dated at MadiHou , Nebraska , Ortobor I. 1903. It. C. MILHS , County Treasurer. YEAR 1002. GREEN GARDEN PRECINCT Township 21 , ' Range 2 Description Soc. Aint. HW 2 28.30 HO 2 28.30 HW 4 27.97 Hone 4 25.97 no 11 23.30 nw It 23.30 nw 12 28.38 HW 13 33.89 HO 13 22.18 bo 15 21.20 Be 10 28.87 no 21 21.05 KALAMAZOOPRECINCT. PRECINCT. Towns...

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 — 2 October 1903

1M1M NOKFOUC KKWK : l-'HIPAY , OITOHKH i ! , TO Dcsc Lot Hlk Amt 7 5.80 9 .5.80 11 4.G1 12 .59 BATTLE CREEK VILLAGE. Desc Lot nik Amt 3 .36 8 3.38 8S 8S .08 S 11.82 8 .58 9 .08 9 .88 9 .08 9 .08 w 1 8 18 . ' 68 o Is1 } 13 2.Q3 e 24 w 30 15 12.15 10 .G8 5 1'u 0.75 s 58 c 22 1 17 4.05 w2Co48 1 17 1.70 < 5 17 2.70 7 17 .08 S 17 10.13 036 1 IS .35 1 19 .08 2 19 .08 3 19 7.48 1 20 .08 Whf 2 20 .08 8 23 .08 4 23 13.50 Klmball & Blair's Addi tion. 2 2J 8.78 3 2G .08 Addition. 2.08 8.10 .08 .F. J. Male's Out Lots. . 5 .08 0 o "S Highland Precinct. Western Town Lot Go's. Addition. 12 29 1.02 9 31 4.10 11 31 5,07 8 81 8.8S 4 81 2,03 Out Lot Four. pt of out lot 1 2,70 MADISON CITY. Original Town of Madison. Doses Lot Blk Amt 7 5 .85 s 21 nl-3 s 21 ul-8 l\ \ 3 l.GS s44 s 11 S 51.G1 n 22 s hf u 22 s hf 9 40.32 c 29 n hf 9 2.91 fa- . 30 14.73 will Wllf 7 ] 30 2.12 b 30 1510 42 15.50 a 5S.\132 8 48 15.12 n 10 0 48 .85 8 | 40 20.1C 47 25.20 Clark's Out Lots. C 5.01 B 4.21 F 11.30 F. W. Barne...

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 — 2 October 1903

8 THE NORFOLK NKWS : ] M I1)AY ) , ( UTOBKIl 2 , MM ) ! , , Park Avenue Drainage Will be Upinui boon. STREET COMMISSIONER'S PAY. HI * Salary Was Raised by the Coun cil , In the Hope That Someone Might be Kept In the Ofilcc Ship ley Has the Ditch to Dig. Fiinn 'rui'Kdnv'M . The ditch along Park avenue , run lug Into the Northfork river , will ho Jug. Norfolk , by means of H , will hr drained. I'lils Is ( he decision of the oily council and for this work n rnntrnot. without bond , ban been made with C. K Shipley. A speclnl mooting was held last Ifht to consider the contract. One hud been piovlously arranged , con taining a olauve which said that the fMilrnelor must give bond. Shipley Mated Hint as ho owned no real os- lute ho was unable to find a com- puny which would bond him , but ho agreed to do all of the work and re- ci'lvo no pay until II was completed. Then the money was to bo paid to lh > street and alley coiulmttoo and they were to pay the hills for mater- Ul , etc. What I...

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 — 2 October 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL PART TWO NOltKOl.K , XKHKASKA , l''lMY { > , ( HTOIJKH i > . PAGES 9 TO 12 Coolies Wanted for Labor in Southern Republic. THOUSANDS ARE EXPECTED. Uncle Sam's Neighbor Decides to Take Down the Bars Against Im migrants from the Celestial King dom Need the Help. Mexico City , Oct. 2. Special to The News : The government of Mexico 1ms decided to take down the bars tel ChineHO coollo laborers , and Im migrants from the Celestial kingdom will hereafter bo permitted to land. V There Is much work In thoadvance- ment of the country that can bo done by the Chinamen and It Is expected that thousands of them will bo at tracted to this side of the 1'acillc by the wages being paid. MILITARY MANEUVERS. Five Thousand Soldiers Took the Field This Morning In Kentucky. West Point , Ky. , Oct. 2. Special to The News : Five thousand soldiers who have been gathering hero for the military maneuvers took the field this.mornlng for mi Immense practical demonstration I...

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 — 2 October 1903

10 Til 10 NOUKOhK NHWS : I'HI ' DAY , ( XTOHKH 'J , lllOH , ffjBElcniB rfMM M w rtflnflrTiTl "gfTf ntr mrrVil wYrTfin flfTM irTmal n ra > rTii t JMi > Aj JM BwyTofiLM.MBwjf-ff > .wtliViiri ) rftTBii > ! I * hr M fTgrTTTTT rr"-n- * t * p t " ' SOUVENIR SALE ! ON- SATURDAY , OCTOBER 3 We will give free a useful and attracth'e ' article to every purchaser of $1.00 or over. In addition to this , we will offer the following goods at prices that cannot be duplicated in this market , quality considered : 40 dozen Men's wool Socks in heavy and light weight , worth 25c to 35c , per pair 19c 17 dozen Men's fine imported Half Hose , Hermsdorf dye , arc S.silk regular 50c , per pair 33c ! , 60 dozen Misses' gray ribbed and fleeced Underwear , size 18 to 34 , each only 15c 500 yards 36 = in and 38 = in part wool dress jioods , all desirable colors , yard = = 15c 50 pieces Table Oil Cloth , 5 = 4 wide , yard only 15c I J * Daylight Store. Norfolk , Nebr. THE NORFOLK NEWS \v. v. 111 si...

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 — 2 October 1903

T1IK NOKFOIiK N'KWS : KUIDAY , ( KTOHKK 'J , 11 < V Our Optical Knowledge always in correct work ing order.Vc don't allow ourselves to get behind the times in any information pertaining to the eye. At'- tor examination wo can tell the exact amount of nerve force necessary to overcome eye defects. We don't guess at it , \ve liuvo a scientific way of measuring the refrection of tlie eye. When in doaht almut your oven , come and see us. Dr , Marprcit , Ophthalmologist , As flood as Gold ! The Elkhorn B. & S. AsFocintion will make you a loan to build or buy , on fuvor.ible torniB. T. E. ODIORNE. Secretary. ! - ! - - ! -1-1 = - M ? ' . l-- n Leading REAL ESTATE DEALERS , , , City Property a Specialty , Special Bargains. ct liny Inml , nnlcfc from N'ur- folk , .ll per acre. ICO nort's liny Int < 1. 2 miles fioni Wiir- ucrrillo. JTi per nrvn. 4Sn ni'K'B llni > iinprmeil lanil , J27..V ) jier neri * . SOnirct. 1 mil" fioin Norfcilk Junc'tinn , $ ; j"r/l ( per atie , Gardner &am...

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 — 2 October 1903

TIIK NOKFOLK NEWS : KUIDAV , OITOBKU 2 , r.ioa THE OXNARD HAS IIKKX Remodelled Throughout Ulldl < r tllH 1HV ownership II Complete Ninv Servlen IIIIN Iietin In- stu'cd. ! ' E\er.v inottnrn convenience New Cnrpct.H , New Decorations , New Puriilliire. L A. BARTHOLOMEW , Owner. C. II. VAIL , Manager. C-OPVRICMT HERE IT IS MA'AMI Thai hag of Hour yon ordered in at y nr door when promised tuixt tiino you'll prohuhly order donhle tluMiuii'itit ) for lion Ton Hour him a lit tin way of loaning people , which malten it a wel come viHltor. Kvcryhody and hin wife knows the Htiporior quality of lion Ton Hour. Sagar City Geml Mills , ART NEEDLE STORE Fancy Net" li > Work Artistically loni > k t All Varieties of Silk for tlu > ISndiroidery * Sofa Cushions in Pretty Pntturim iS Agency for Rnttoi'ick Patterns * * Manicur ing , Facial Massage , Unit-dress- ing by Specialist * Classes in Needle \VorU > t * * c * vt „ * : rs. J. Schwartz iis Ella Schumacher , Assistant 130 Soulh rourlh...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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