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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 9 October 1903

ONETHE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL ' ° tll ( ' " . . . , , , , , . PART ONE / ; NOHKOhK NKHUASKA Fill HAY OCTOHKR ! > MKW. PAGES 1 TO 8 Wheels of Norfolk Factory Be gan Today. DROPPED FIRST BEET AT 7 A.M. Superintendent N. A. Lockwood Performed - formed the Feat Tomorrow Morn ing Will Turn the Root out In 'White Sugar Deets Testing Well. [ From Monclny's Dully. ] The sugar campaign at the factory of the American Ilect Sugar company in Norfolk IB on. The wheels of the Institution started moving at ? o'clock this morning and ever since then a constant string of great , fat beets have been journeying sugarward through the hundreds of passageways - ways , chutes , knives and tanks at 4he factory. The First Beet. The very first beet to bo thrown into the trough for the campaign of 3003 was tossed Into the channel by the superintendent , N. A. Ixickwood At 7. A swift current of water washed it quickly into the inter ior of the factory and from here it Vihot up to the top to bo chopped ...

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 — 9 October 1903

TilK NORFOLK NKWS : FHIDAY , OOTOHEll ! ) , 15)03. ) Ill William Hcniplc Had Narrow Escape From Death. HIB SCAUP WAS CUT THROUGH. A Surgeon Closed up and Dressed the Wound And Hemple IB Taking a Day Off lo Recover From the Shock Might Have Deen Worse. ( Krom Wcilnr-iliiv'a Onllv.J "Hill" Homplo feels that InIH ex ceedingly fortunate to litullvo todny , And with nothing moro serious thun n sore head nt the result of an tie- elflent In tli TwlHH feed mill near the Northwestern depot. Wednesday morning. Homplo was working In the lower pjvrt of thi ) inlll nnd hln employer , Mr. TwIsH , was on a plat form ten ftMit above making some repairs. Ho was using a four-iMHind lironil axe wlilch In some manner slipped from | IH grasp and descended with eon- tddorahlo force on tlio head of Hem- plo. The Bhnrp sldo of the nxo land ed nrHt and the wonder IM that Horn- plo's skull was not Hpllt. AH It was fata knees wore knocked fnun under him nnd a gaHh several Inches long WIIH rut thrcniKli the so...

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 — 9 October 1903

NOHKOMC NKWS : Fill DAY , WTOMKIt , 11)08. ) Attempt to Launch Langley In- vetiiion Proves a Failure. MACHINE A COMPLETE WRECK. Coes Hundred Yards and Then Falls Into Potnmac River Navigator As. * erts Confidence In Ultimate Suc cess of the Invention. r Widen nter , Vn , Oct S The sixty- lout steel built 11 } Ing machine , the ell wax of years of exhaustive study in thu etfoits of Pi of Samuel ! ' . Lang- ? ey , seen tary of the Smithsonian In stitution , to soho the pioblcm of me chanical ( light in midair , was dually launched and the expeilment , eaie- .fully planned and delajed lei months. pioved n complete failure The Im nieiibe airship sped rapidly along Its ovontv-foot tiack , was ran led by its o\vu momentum for 100 yards and then fell gi initially Into the Potomac river , whence it emeigcd a total wreck. Prof Charles M : Manley , who has been Prof Langlcy's chief as sistant In the work in the piellmlnary to the attempted night , made the ns cent In the aerodrome and escaped...

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 — 9 October 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS. FKIDAY , OOTOIJEtt 0 , 1903 , What Is BO rare an a day In Juno , unless It ho a day In Nebraska dur ing October , The names of the new cabinet olll- ccrs of Sorvla are Grilles , Nlkollcs , Frolics and Androjvlcs , enough In IhcmsolvoH to drive anyone to con templation of suicide or assasslna- Won of the king. Wayne county boasts of n total ftusesHod valuation of $2,111,171 , wutch Is something worth mention ing. The valuations In Nebraska counties are on a constant rise , and the state Is growing In wealth. Massachusetts republicans have declared for the re-election of Presi dent Iloosovolt and all that stands In the way of the republicans of every other state doing Ilkowlso , Is n lack of a state mooting at which It would bo pertinent to bring up the nubject. Some of the Omaha republicans have not agreed to the harmony pro gram and the other fellows now pro pose to have harmony If they have to fight for It. The republicans of the balance of the state will hope tha...

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 — 9 October 1903

TUB NOHI''OIK NEWS : K1IIOAV , OCTOIIKlt II , 1IIKI. i Board of Public Lands and Buildings Doing Nothing. NO EMERGENCY , APPARENTLY. People of the State are Apparently . ' Not Considered of Importance and the Board Is Doing Nothing toward Rebuilding. fFrotn Monday's Dnllv.l Not only has thcru boon nothing doing toward the reconstruction of the hospital for the Insane , but the mate board appears to bo paying lit tle or no attention to the property on the hill loft by the flro. The board has promised to visit the institution and start things to moving , and may do BO yet , but thus far Treasurer Mortenson IH the only one who has been interested enough to come and Indicate a desire that the work should be done. 3 ( Ho was here some weeks ago and considers it a Hlnuno that nothing has been done toward the rehabilita tion of the hospital , but an he Is not the whole board he can do nothing without the help of the other mem bers. . The supervisor of the buildings atul grounds is permitte...

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 — 9 October 1903

Til 10 NORFOLK NKWH : FRIDAY , OCTOHKH . 11)08. ) State Meeting Now In Progress at Fremont. .MAYOR WOLZWELCOME3WOMEN > . _ _ _ _ _ - , , Chancellor Andrews Addressed the Delegates Lnst Nlht { ) Library As- soclntlon Also Meets Suffrage Meeting nt Nebraska City. Kromont , Noli. . Oct. 7. Spi-olnl to The NOWH : Tin- first nwilur HOHHOU | of the N'oliniHliit IVtlornllon of Wo- nwn'H olulw WUH hold hoio nt 1:110 : o'clock Tiii'Hilay altt-nioon. Mayor AVcilRnvo an olllola ] wolcomo. Mm. . W. II. CIciuoiiH followed , Mlns .fnno AddlllllH , Of Hull llollHO , R)0l(0. | LllHl night H llonjainln AixlrowH , clmncol- lor ot the slate uiilvurHlty , dullvm'ud lui aililrt'rtH on "Ki'llnloiin Education in the I'u'bllc Schools. " Aim.V. . (5. "jniiK\vortliy Taylor also ttpolcu. ' „ ThlH morning ropoitH were road. ThtH afU'rnoon will bo taUon up with .an art mooting at which MFH. S. 0. l.angworthy of Sowatd will proHldo. STATE LIBKARY ASSOCIATION. Enthusiastic Meeting Opens In Fre mont Today. Kron...

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 — 9 October 1903

TUB NOKKOLK NKWS : 1'MUIUY ' , OCTOBMU i ) , IUO . ' < ' DELINQUENTJTAX SALE Treasurer's Office , Maalsun County , Nebraska. Hotlc * Is nereby ulven that nil Innda and town lota In the following lint , on which the taxes remain unpaid for the year specified , will be sold at this office on the first Monday of No- Tember , 1903. Following IB the list for publica tion , as required by law , clvlng thr anuuint duo , thereon , U > which will bo * ilded Intorestat the rate of 10 per cent per annum from thu flrut day of May after the year due , with cost of pub lication 10 cents for each lot description and 20 cents for each land description and sale. Dated at Madison , Nebraska , October 1 , 1003. . 11. C. MILKS , County Treasurer. f YEAR 1902. GREEN GARDEN PRECINCT Tewnshlp 21 , Range 2 Description Soc. Amt. aw 2o $28.30 so o 28.36 sw 4 27.97 swa a 4 25.97 ne 11 23.30 nw 11 23.30 nw 12 28.35 BW 13 33.89 BWe * e 13 22.46 EC 15 24.20 s 16 25.57 ne 24 21.05 KALAMAZOOPRECINCT. PRECINC...

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 — 9 October 1903

8 THK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER i ) , 1908. Uil nil ; Atnt MI 6.80 ' .I .5.80 .In n 4.GI 12 .59 BATTLE CREEK t VILLAGE , lotC ua Hlk Amt 4 3 .36 5 3 3.38 > 5n 3S 1 n S .08 1I * I 7 8 11.82 8 8 .08 1 9 .08 l > 2 9 .08 7 9 .08 8 9 .08 w 1-3 13 . ' (58 ( ' ( 13 2.03 " 24'w no 15 12.16 1(5 ( .08 0.76 c 22 17 4.05 17 1.70 17 2.70 17 .08 17 10.13 cSC 18 .35 19 .G8 19 .08 19 7.43 1 20 .158 : ht 2 20 .08 3 23 .08 4 23 13.50 Klmbnll & . Blair's Addl- tion. 2 23 8.78 3 20 .GS und hf Q und hf mid hf 2G 3.38 3 4 27 . (18 ( 77 4 27 2.70 G 27 8.10 6 27 .08 4 28 ,08 Day's Addition ' fl 2 G.40 7 2 .35 1 4 .35 2 4 2.70 8 4 5.40 0 4 .35 13 4 .35 14 4 2.70 1 15 .35 15fi fi .35 3 fiG fiG .35 4 G G.40 4G G G 5.40 6 3 .35 7 3G 3G .35 8 G .35 3 11 .35 4 11 .35 5 11 .35 G 11 35 7 11 .35 Pioneer Town Site Go's. Addition. 2 33 2.03 3 33 S.U ) 4 3 : ; .08 .F. J. Halc's Out Lots. . 5 .38 5G G 3.38 Highland Precinct. Western Town Lot Co's. Addition. 12 2 ! ) 1.02 9 31 4.10 11 31 5.07 3 31 3.3S 3...

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 — 9 October 1903

fir THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL , , , , . . PART TWO NORFOLK NKHHASKA KMDAY IKTOHKH Jl IJMW. P/.GES 9 TO 12 Fellow Took Possession of the Toll Station at Stafford. LORD OF SYSTEM LAST NIGHT. For Two and One-Half Hours Pond Interested the Night Operators. Neither Norfolk Nor Omaha Could i Jar Him Loose Operator Absent. Nellgh , Nob. , Oct. 9. Special to The News : ThuroVIIB nothing do ing on tlto telephone toll line from this place west for u Rood part of lust night or rather there was every thing doing. The toll olllco at Staf ford was taken possession of by a fellow named Pond who was "about 17 sheets In the wind" evidently , and he held the line against all com ers far about two and a half hours. The operator here tried to jar him off , Norfolk tried to got a line to ' O'Neill , and finally the head officers 'I ! at Omaha were appealed to to get possession of the line but were abso lutely powerless. Pond had a cinch and ho seemed to be perfectly aware of It and was determine...

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 — 9 October 1903

piirc Nnm < 'niK * NMVVS ? THE NORFOLK NEWS \V , N. IIVHI' , 11'JxtrtbHnlii'tl IRS ? ) ' Hvery day ttce.pt . M < ! " ni/ll rUr | or weak , 16 rent" , liy ' "ll" wr > - > r , 18.00. WKIiUI'V NIOU'OUHNAI. . . The N WH. _ "SlIJ " V' J. . , , | HUT. "r ywir r. Old HUlM.erlb.jrH " 00 i "a" to ln llt of thin rut. , > > ! ' { > 1 hwnrrr.it.KW J < > ilatn ul the "BUlitr awr'-M' ' ' sf .Tr WH Jn. wltbitriiwn ( X-tobrr ! . _ Kntcrr.l nt the poNtolllro I1,1 Nor" folk ? Kpb ! , n * M-cond rluHM mutter. l omrtmi'nt. TrU'DlmitoN ! r.itltorlul | N fc tS. lIUHlnwiH OIHre Hiul Job TtVonm. No. Bit. _ _ . REPUBLICAN TICKET. State. K mtH of CUM-IOH H. AlUm M * . O. Whltmoro Ninth District. " " ' "C. ! County. , - f KlmMny Vor rli-rk . .f II. . " IM" it i ( ' \T. II.l'lKia. . . . , J % | ! Hu ln Vim. ! > < > wllii n . MmlUn . U , aowl ( , u , WH u . N < > rf"lk Kor Kir < : < YmmlUUor. tWoml Dirt rU-i- UM. t ) . Htnlth . Norfolk Tlio Ice mnn Is about to rot...

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 — 9 October 1903

THK NOUKOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , ( HT01JKK 1) ) , 1HUH. 11 Our Optical Knowledge is always in correct work ing order. Wo dou't allow ourselves to Kot behind the times in any information IHtftainiiiK to the eye. Af ter examination wo can tell the exact amount of nerve force newvwnry to overcome eye defects. We don't KUCNH at it , wo have a scientific way of measuring the refrectlon of the eye. "When in doubt about your eyes , como and see us. Dr , Marquardt , Ophthalmologist , As Good as Gold ! The Klkhoru B. & S. Asiociation will make you a loan to build or bay , on favorable terma. T. E. ODIORNE. Secretary. ART NEEDLE STORE Fancy Needle Work Artistically Done iS All Varieties of Silk for the Embroidery . < Sofa Cushioni in Eretty Pnttorns jt Agency for Butterick Patterns j Manicur ing , Facial Massage , Hairdiess- ing by Specialist „ * Glares in Needle Work „ * Jt jt jt j * . ' J. Schwartz Miss-Ella Schumacher , Assistant 130 South Fourth St. NORFOLK H As heretofore we pro pose t...

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 — 9 October 1903

12 'PIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OUTOBKll 9 , 1003. MilhEnds in This Sale will Silks as Cheap THE BEE HIVE Continue until as Calico ! October 17 MIL.L.-BND SHLEI The Only and Original Mill-End Sale Begins , at the Bee Hive F r iday , October 9 , at 9 A. M. The greatest bargain event of the year. Bigger , better , greater than ever held in Norfolk. The best mills and factories have been ran sacked for this event and thousands of yards of mill-ends are here at prices that mean the most marvelous bargains of the year. Short lengths and odd lots from the mills. An immense quantity of seasonable , up-to-date merchandise gathered together for this sale at one-half , one-third and one-fourth price. $1.75 , $1 25 , 75c Xabeliuos KO tl fid flfip at IIUU lldb 50o Striped otamitio at $1.00 Melrose , - 7fip $1.25 Pebbled cboviot / at - . $1.00 Venetian , Pfjn 7r > o Prunella cloth Cfln at UUb PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ha > os are In Omaha. John Porter Is taking In the sights of Chicago...

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 — 16 October 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWSJOURNAL PART ONE NOHKOUv , NKUHASKI'HIDAY - , ( HTOMIW 1(5 ( , 11)0 ) ; ! . PAGES 1 TO 8 London Paper Gives Forecast of Alaskan Boundary Award. " " / HEARS THAT CANADA LOSES. Morning Advertiser DeHares News Is from Reliable Source Says Decis ion Will Be Received with Con sternation In Dominion. London. Oct. 1G. The Morning Ad- Tertiser announces that It regrets to learn from a source which it regards as beyond question that the decision of the Alaskan boundary commission virtually concedes the American case. ' V' * which Is The Morning Advertiser , thoroughly satisfied with the reliabil ity of Its statement , says the news will bo received In Canada with con sternation. It gives a map and a de tailed explanation showing how the decision will affect Canada , and adds that those who have followed the arguments have been thoroughly at- Ibfled with Hon. Clifford Sifion'a prop- csltlon and presentation of the case. RUSSIA IS FULLY PREPARED. No Desire for War , but Ready 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 — 16 October 1903

'I UK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOHKR 10 , 1003 MnneiiYcrs Befi * Today an Continue for Ton Days. GENERAL BATES IN COMMANI Movements ( the Troops Will E > tend Over an Area of 225 Squar Miles Nebraska Regulars and th Guards VMIII rartl lp.itt. Fort Hlloj. IUi . Oct. 1C. II.'Klr t c U Uy Mill nrinuliiK until ( ) ( tofccr 17 Ihr uriuy reservation her In to ln > tlii * nrviif f the | ; rnati > Ht nil ll ry inouoiiTvrH ever conducted I thr I'nllril Vtnlri. 'l'h * < HUCCOHK < i tkr miurMVtr * held hero hint lull li * fircd tUo nur ( kiiurtniciil to lay th plants thU .Tear on u much liit'Ri' He-nit1 'l'li < > umvi'ini'iitH of the troop will oxti'tid over an urea of HI ! K imro mill's. jnnlt'iul of | H > | HK llni llnl to uliu'ti't'u Miitafi > utllt'H , an tin1 were a year UKO. and the number n troopn has hei > n ilouhleil. The anie will he largely one o strnti'K.v. All the iirmn ol' the HCI tlco will luke part hi It. The aril lery will he represented hy nine ...

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 — 16 October 1903

Till' ' ] NOIM t A SEXTON'S ' HABIT ( OrlKlnul 1 Old Pollork , sexton of SI .lamcV church , iind his wife were chlldhMS. Mrs. Pollock pined because she had not a Klrl to keep her company anil Pol lock slimed In her wish. Pollock linil a Imlilt of stepping to his door every nl ht heforo KOHK ! to lied to take a look at lilt church , not that lie f.xpectcd to see. anything unusual - it wns a nieie matter of habit. His wife told him that tt was a habit tind liegged him to hreak It up He gath ered ! IH ! resolution for an ellorl to do MI This effort took plaee one night In November. At 10 o'clock Pollock put out the lights In the house and went to bod. This was only the hcKlnnliiK of It. No sleep came to him , and he tossed about stiiiKKlhiKlth a desire to get vip , go to the dour and ItmU at the church , after which he Knew he would go hack to bed and to sleep It WIIH near U o'clock In the morning licfore he gav way ; then , rising , he wont to the door , opened It , looked at the chin...

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 — 16 October 1903

M , lillM. v\ Shoes for the Family ! Summer is ended and the cool weather is here. It's now time to change one's shoes. Our store is the place where the hcst , the newest and the latest boots and shoes arc to be found , and At the least prices. , the creations. The freshest designs up-to-the-day-and-the-hour Heavy and light walking shoes for Men and Wtfmcn , shoes for the Boys and Girls , shoes for the entire family. Rainy-day boots , storm shoes and all other desirable kinds. Beauty , comfort , service i and small cost all combined. For whatever purpose you may require boots or shoes we have them | and at the very lowest prices. TGNTIACS FRANK E. DAVENPORT NORFOLK SHOEMAN , f JPk fi THE JAILER'S DAUGHTER lOilKliml ) Tbo moon looked down on the little Jnll lit L , In the stale of Georgia. There woio lutt two pet sons on the promises , iiiio a \ > \ IMMIOI , ( he other the Jailer's daughter , aged eighteen. Her father luul lieen obliged to li < ii\e her In chill go to go anil a...

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 — 16 October 1903

THK NORFOLK NKWS : KIN DAY , OlTOIWK l , 1HOH. Popular Young Couple United In Congregational Church. WHALEY-REMINGTON. NUPTIALS. Interesting Ceremony and Splendid Decorations Will Make Their Home .it Columbus Where Groom Is Engaged In the Hotel Business. NellRh. Nob. , Oct. 15. Special to The Mows : Mlns IJcrtlw KomliiKton of this city , ( liuiKhtor of M. C. Horn- tngton , mid Prof. George II. Wlmloy of Colunilius were mnrrled In the Cuucrouutlonnl cliurcli lnnt nl ht at 8 'cloclt , Uev.V. . .1. Turner of Nor folk officiating. The church had boon very boautl- fully and profusely decorated In Kreen and pink which appeared very pleasing ilurliiK th ceremony under the aoft lights from the electric lamps. MlHH Hess Oaasboek of Ains- worth presided at the organ and the music was very sweet and uppropri- ' - < fc. Mrs. O. A. Wllllinns , wife of Attorney Williams , acted as matron of honor ; .Miss IJess Ciiillawny of 1 'Omalm as bridesmaid , and Mr. Waiter - | ter KomlK of the Atlas ban...

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 — 16 October 1903

TUB NUKFOUC NKVVS : I-'IMDAY , OOTOHKK Hi , 1003. THE NORFOLK NEWS \V. N. . INR7.1 ; liy i-iir- i" tiny Uvcry mall > r | rlr | n r wcoU. y jr-ur. Jfi.mi. \ \ r.i'.Ki.v . ' . ISS7. af will In QrliilitT ! ( . withdrawn _ at Nor- Pntovotl at III" imntolllcn ! H.-iM.n.l . Ham * imiltor. folk. N. . < l. . IIH - Ktlltorliil nnimrlmmit. ilUHlm'HM : Ollloi , anil . ! < > > > No. 88 lfOHIH. No. H if- . _ . _ REPUDLICAN TICKET. State. ' ' ' ' l" ° 'M'riR1' : ! ' ' ' V'WmlH'of Htato H AMen . ClmrltiH , W. O.Vliltinorn . . . . . Ninth District. Kor .Iti.lKO . Ninth Ju.Jlelul . ' r'c ' } .J. K. lloyil . . . v- " 1 . Antolojto County. ViirTrnnniirnr - Nliiill I nnk Sorf"ll > . N"rf"a w'ff VMM ' " . "I" nlr' ' ± . ! l" . : . .JrlTrH , , , , , ' .r't'mmt.vV'loi'l. - . . . Mmlw.a | | . ; . . iVloliwtrMrl Win. liowlliiK j/iriiV. / . : . . . . . " " " * " " l > ? llV : nin.d ! . Mnn.low . ( l.nvn Knr Surveyor- Norfolk "V"ffly ( rViiVinli.'hi.'HiorH.wHiVr . . ; i > i"rl.l .No...

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 — 16 October 1903

THE NORFOLK NKWS : FH1DAV , ( XTOHKK Hi. I { ) ( ) ! ! . Shoe Toggery Talk ! Shoes that Wear OUR SHOES ARE ALL You will find in tir store the largest , MOST UP TO DATE aiid complete line of fall footwear in the west. MONEY BACK SHOES = = Our store is full to the top with the latest creation in skoennikiiig. We carry all widths And can fit all kinds of feet. If they don't give you good service. We carry strictly first class goods and back them up wild our guarantee We Solicit Mail Orders and Prepay to give you good wear. We carry a complete line of the celebrated GOODYEAR INDIA RUBBER overshoes and rubbers , which we fully guarantee. We do not deal in Express Charges on Same. old goods shoddy or bankrupt stock as have been flood ing the town , but handle strictly first class and up to We invite your inspection , date merchandise. Norfolk Nebraska , NORFOLK SHOE CO. Winder Proprietors. & Reid , It * * * * * > * * : * : : ! . . . "w ; . . . "Dy . . . ' MAKTHA M'CVLLOCH-WILLIAMS ...

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 — 16 October 1903

TIIM NOKKOMv NEWS : KitDAY ! , OCTOBER JO , lihU Many People IIHVO hendaehcH without ever susicetiug " ' * * lui eaiii-e Is due to eye strain. If you have tried every thing \\ilhoul getting re lief , come to me and have your oyi'H o.\ninini l. I will inform you of the true con dition and how the head aches can be cured | > or- maiu'iitly. Ji , Marquardt , Ophthalmologist , As Good as Gold ! The Klkhorn H. & S. Association will inivkti you u loan to build or buy , on favorable ttirms. T. E. ODIOHNE. Secretary. ART NEEDLE STORE Fancy Needle Work Artistically Done > t All Varieties of Silk for the Embroidery * * Sofa Cushion * in Pretty Patterns * * Agency for Uuttoriok Patterns j * Manicur ing , Facial Massage , lluirdress- ing by Six'uiiilist j * Glasses in Needle Work „ * * * J * J * „ * Mrs. J. Sckwartz Miss Ella Schumacher , Assistant IJO South Fourth St. NORFOLK H As heretofore pro pose to loud in A Fuel R Saving D Economical W Stoves. Anyone contemplating buy A ing a s...

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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