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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 October 1903

PART ONE. iNOHI-'OliK - , M'JMHASKA ' , I'MUDAY ' , ( MTOMKH 510 , HIM. PAGES 1 TO 8. There is Trouble Brewing for Several Youths. HAVE EMPLOYED A DETECTIVE. Unscrupulous Young Men In Norfolk/ Who Have Tampered With the Or dinance and Lights Will be Arrest ed Before Very Many Days. There In trouble brewing for a few young men in Norfolk who Imvo inutlo the gas motor work overtime nnd who < lliln't motor In the collar cither. In all probability the middle of next week will land several well known youths behind the bars of the city Jail for tampering with the city or dinance nnd at the same tlmo the gas lamps on the street corners. While the lights arc supposed , ac cording to contract , to be turned on at certain times of the dark nights , there is no provision which says the company shall furnish nil out of doors with its gaseous product during the sunlit hours of the day. Tills is what some of the unscrupulous of the city seem to think , however , and llnding the valves closed 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 — 30 October 1903

M1K NORKOIA' NKWS : I'MtlDAY ' , OCTOBER 110 , 1903. Norfolk Militiamen Came Home From Fort Rilcy. LOST BUT ONE MAN IN SHUFFLE. Nebraska Guards Covered Themselves With Glory by Winning Three But tles out of Four Fought Against the Regular Troops Cold Nights , Coinimiiy L. N. N. < ! . . I" command df ruiilaln Chester A. r'ullor. returned from Iliu nntlonnl encampment at I'ort Itlley on Wednesday noun. They nr- rlvuil at 12 o'clock ever the North- wiwlorn road. 'I'lio Stanlon contlnu- out , which hail been In camp wllh the Norfolk militiamen In order to Mil out the quota , loft the company when the trnln nrrlvoil at their homo town. The boys marched down Norfolk av enue upon tholr rotnrn , to the armory nml there discarded their equipment. They all reMirt | Mint I hey had a good tlmo during tholr stay In camp. Won Three Dnttlcs , 'I'lio Nt'hniHUn ' IIO.VH won three oul of four. hattk'H with the regular sol diers and are feeling highly elated over this. The battles arc decided by ju...

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 — 30 October 1903

* * J THK NOHKOMC NKWS : FHIDAY , ( KTOIWH 21 , IM'l. Two Juvenile Regiments Meet Upon the Field. WERE HOSTILE MILITARY CAMPS They Spend all Day In the Cotton Pas * ture North of the City and Finally Get Together Represent Heights and North Side. While thousands mid thousands of grown Rohllor boys In bltio were ma neuvering and lighting sliuin battles at Fort Ulloy all daylong , a crowd of Norfolk youths a dozen years old apiece and forming two diminutive ar mies of their own of about fifteen each , camped In Cotton's pasture a half mile north of the city on Satur day and pitched tholr tents in warlike like- fashion for a stay of about eight continuous hours. With a real camp , every man to his dog tent , and with real ofllccrs , rang ing down In the one bunch from Cap tain Warren Heeler to the humblest private and from Captain Marquis Reynolds on the other to his orderly , the regiments , having a fearful hat red for each other , looked daggers at be enemy's camp until the middle o...

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 — 30 October 1903

TIIM NOIM-miC - NKWS : I'M ? I DAY. ( ) ( TOJ3KR I'O. 11)03. ) A week from next Tuonday \ the ! ny when wo will nil go to tlie polls and vole the republican-ticket It la n lltllo more limn u wrok niilll the republicans will again emphatic- nlly domonntrnto that NolirnHkn i' In tliu republican Hat. President Koosovolt Is forty-five years old today , nnd a nation of ad mirers will Join In the liopo Hint ho may Hvo to bo twice as old. That story of the murder of hlH two llttlo HOIIB by an Inhuman Indl- nun Author IH enough to inalto the cold chlllH cluiHo up and down the hack of n porcupine. It was awful , without iiuallllcatlon. The republican precinct ticket wan naini'd with a vlow to the fitness of the candidates for the various olllces , nnd the ropulleans are not asking sup port for thorn merely because they nro good follows , but because of their adaptability to the work. Panama may bo utterly Billy In re fusing to cndordo the canal program of thin country , but the experience he...

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 — 30 October 1903

M1K NOUMI.K NTK\VS \ : l-MMPAY - , 0TOHI'lt ( ! ill ) I1H)5 ) : Located in the Heart of a Most Productive Belt. WEALTHY IN STORE OF CATTLE. It Now Enjoys That Quality of Pros perity Which Is Self Made and Self ; j Supporting Is a Diamond In the t Rough , With a Future. \ " " From the standpoint of ontorprlso and agricultural linportnnco , the county of Knox rightly fools that It need not take n bnclt scat for nny In Nebraska. Located Inthe heart of the most productive agricultural por- v tlon of the state with great cattle f1 ranches on Its borders to servo a fit ting hack ground , Knox county Is particularly fortunate. Hero Is the soil , the climate and the water , which Is Indlsponslblo to a farming commu nity , ami there are the broad expanses J' j * _ al.tho llnost pasture lands for the fat- i ? toning of vast herds of stock. The railroads are at hand to carry ' . - the products to a larger market than the county can provide , but much of 4 * the store which nature provides , wi...

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 — 30 October 1903

TUN NOKKOLK NKWS. FRIDAY , OCTOBER 80 , l)03. ! ) Fanners and People often ton Prevent a Large Loss , MEADOW WAS BURNED OVER. Trees In the Path of the Flames De stroyed , and Hay and Other Prop erty Was Threatened Farmers Plowed Tire Lines. fiolghton , Noli. , Oct 29. Hpoolal to Tli NOWH. KpaikH limn u NoithwoHl- em ongliio Hot Din to the pialiloahuut Iho miles HoulheaHl ol thlH phico yon- toida.v anil Inn neil o\or ulxnio 200 nnos of mention ami piiHtuio land nml thiough 11 giovc of IIOOH thai weuo killed. It tliioatoiiod inucli gioator damage ns th ( > \\linl \\I\H HvvoopliiK the llamcH tow aid a locallt ) whom wuio slacken ! about 100 tuiiH ol liay , and ether pi op- orty was In the path or the Ilio , lull tlio lariuoii ) oT tlio ontlio neighborhood - hood aHHomblod anil plowed IIro Ilium , vvhllo a huge iininbor ol people wont enl fimil IhlH pluco and helped tlioin light tlio lilu/o with Kiatlfj lug tomtits nml the daiiKur thai thicatuncd WIIH ovoicomo bofoio any grunt amount...

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 — 30 October 1903

H1C NORFOLK NEWS : FH1DAY , ( HTOHMU JIO , 11)0:1 ) : Lack of Water System Nearly Was to Blame. FEAR TOWN MAY BURN OUT. With a Little More Breeze the Other Day , Wlnsldc Might Have Gone up In Flames and Some Day , Unless Protection Is Installed , It May. Klro ! Fire ! This was the cry heard nil over town a llttlo after S o'clock last night. The church bells rang and people ran from every direction think ing that It was the school house. John VanScoInk thought ho would burn the tall weeds on his garden patch , just northwest of the school house , and ho no sooner started thollro when tbo wind raised and It got beyond his control. As the grass was pretty thick and tall tbo lire spread at an alarming rate , fanned by the high - * 'lnd , and It looked for a time as If Jlov , Drais' barn , the parsonage , church and everything would go up in smoke. Hut a crowd of men , wo men and children soon arrived and managed to get control of the flro. "With the stiong wind from the west there Is no...

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 — 30 October 1903

TIIM NOHKOiMC NIOWS : I'MCIDAY ' , OCTnlJKH 80. U)03. ) HER ONE DAY OFF | . ! > By Mny Everett Glover < i 'I' . ' MrC'1'.iro She was such a little woman , and hu was a very large man. lie first no ticed her when the crowd began push ing ( oward the reviewing stand , and ho could not help thinking ( hat It must be hard for her to keep on her feet. Just then tu ! > parade was heard approaching preaching , and again ( hero was great pushing , In spite of the warnings of the policeman. The large man found himself jn.st behind her. When Ihe disappointed crowd swayed from the other direct Ion , she was Hiiddenly crowded against him , "Look out there ! " ho exclaimed to the man next to her. "Han't you set- how yon are crowding this lady ! " Then she felt an arm prot.'cllngly 11 round her. "KxciiM > me , madam , hut I am not going ( o let them crush a llt tlo mite like you. " There was mioh a free heartiness blended with anxiety In his tone that nlui laughed In spile of her indi...

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 — 30 October 1903

j THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL . , , , . . PART TWO. NORKOMC , N10HHASKA iVltllAY ) ( HTOMKH Jl ( \\W\\ \ \ \ \ PAGES 0 TO 12. Special Election Will be Held There Tomorrow. \VILL MAKE A $12,000 BUILDING. Buttc , the County Seat , Is Flourishing in Spite of its Opposition Situated Off the Railroad There are 2,100 Votes In the County. Dutte , Nob. , Oct. 30. Special to The News : A special election to beheld held in Iloyd county tomorrow will decide whether or not a now courthouse - house la to bo built this year. The question to bo voted upon is whether or not there shall ho assessed for the courthouse purpose a 3-mlll tax for three years. If the proposition carries the county , the citizens will bo able to erect a $12,000 substantial brick building. Butte is Flourishing. Butte is flourishing just now. It Is one of the exceptional towns In his tory In some respects. It Is one of the rare examples of a town which has lived and grown strong In spite of a rival town started nnd bac...

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 — 30 October 1903

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER HO , 11)03. ) THE NORFOLK NEWS \V. N. HUMS , I'lilillHlior. 1SS7.I I'MTV iliiy rxn-iii sm.ilii ll > tfirtliir l"'i Sol foil HiMtillU'nli'ii\t r . wi a , neil ! * . ll > | IH'I > evir , IU 1. II ) n ml on niliil liillliM mill nnli-lilt ! of Not folk , | cr > ( < nr , J'U i. wur.ici.v > \ \ S..IUIIIN.\I ? The NPWH. UMlnlillHliiMl , 1881. , , . , . , , Tim Join mil. HMiiMlhhml. IS87. Kvorx Kililny Uy mull | ior your. ll.M. Knlari'il ill tlio noHtotllrn lit Norfollt , Noli. , IIH MOi'Oliil rliiHH mill I ( H1. ToloiilionoH , Cilltorliil Oupiirlmnnt , No. 22. ItimlnosH Olllco anil Jolt llooiiiH , No. 322. _ liniMIIII.HUN TICUiT. Mlllr. Kor Jutln of III" Siijiroino Ooiirl- J It. Hut MUM . . . .MiiillHnn Kor Iti'KiuitH of Htiito Unlvoittlty rimiloN H Alton . hiinciiHlni W CJ. Wlillmoro . DOURWH Mutli Dlxlrlcl. Kor JinlKO Ninth Jiulluliil niHtrlct J. K. lloyil . . Uilolopo futility * Kor Trcmmiror , ClirlMtoiiluir Hclmvliinil . . . .Sh...

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 — 30 October 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : 1'MUDAY ' , OtTOHKU 510 , HIGH. II Optician Oculist Opthalniologist OPTICIAN Ono who manufac tures or deals in optical goods. OCULIST A physician who pretends - tends to cure eye diseases ( ? ) . OPHTHALMOLOGIST - O n o who Understands the eyes , their defects , and their rela tion to Human Ills. Dr , Marquardt , Ophthalmologist , SAVING MONEY : TheKlkhorn Building & Savings Association issues stock payable at the rate of $1 jior shnro per month. Shares can bo withdrawn at any time. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. ART NEEDLE STORE Fancy Needle "Work Artistically Done * * All Varieties of Silk for the Embroidery ct Sofa Cushions iu Pretty Patterns j * Agency for Buttorick Patterns J * Manicur ing , Facial Massage , Ilairdress- ing by Specialist jk Classes in Needle Work & j * j * . * jt Mrs. J. Schwartz Miss Ella Schumacher , Assistant 130 South Fourth St. NORFOLK H As heretofore we pro pose to lead in A Fuel R Saving f Economical W Stoves. Anyone contemplating ...

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 — 30 October 1903

12 TIIK NOIIFOUC NKWS : FRIDAY OOTOUBH 80 , 1908. 15th ANNUAL 15th ANNUAL The Johnson Dry Goods Co. Fall Announcement . Fall Announcement The tin-mil of I ho Knll Season is marked in our si ore liy oxlonsivo displays of Now Fall Merchandise. This sloro comprises a < ji'eal many busy doimrLmonts , ouch lillod t'lo like a .store by itself will ) UK * best , the brightest and most dependable goods "ll1 ll research for months of Ihe best mills and markets of Uio country produce. Our preparation for this fall , wo say without hesitancy , has boon the most thorough and comprehensive in our existence. VISIT ALL OUR DEPARTMENTS. It will be convincing and pi'isua.sivo and wo are sure , entirely profitable to every customer in supplying their needs for the season. Ladies' ' Ready To Wear Department , You will IM astonished ut tlio Hhowing wo are making Our department in Ready to WoniimuiMilH ( IK not appioaohed in Northeast Ntdiraslta. Hundreds of garments diiect from the manufacturers who...

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 — 6 November 1903

T Atob E NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = . ! OURNAL T * PART ONE. NOHKOLK , NU1WASKA , RHIDAY , NOVWiMUltJK li , H)0J. ) ! PAGES 1 TO 8. I Found Dead With Horrible Wound in the Head. SHERIFF TO HOLD INQUEST. ftalo Compton , Seventeen Years Old , Met His Death Mysteriously Sup posed to Have Deen an Accident as He Carried a Gun. " \Vnkofleld , Nob. , Nov. C. Special to The News : The body of Halo Compton , seventeen years of ngo , Tvli03o ) parents live near this place , was found at noon yesterday , with a horrible gunshot wound through his licad , and It Is supposed that his death was accidental as ho had been hunting and carried a gun. The charge entered under the jaw and came out near the eye , so that death must have been almost Instantaneous. Young Compton left his homo Wednesday evening for a neighbor's house , where ho expected to spent ! the night , and his folks wore not alarmed about him , as ho was not ox- Tocted home. Yesterday at noon his body was found lying stiff and cold In a-p...

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 — 6 November 1903

'II1-J NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 0 , 11)08 ) v < 1 i y I WOMEN'S SHOES ! A Progressive , Growing Department. In no department in our store arc we able to serve you to your own direct interest more than in our Shoe Department. OUR STOCK HAS BEEN DOUBLED , with bright , up-to-date new shoes , manufactured for us-not a jobbed shoe in our stock. The BEST for Spot Cash in every instance. SPECIAL CLOSE MARGIN PRICES arc MADE that will interest every family within the area of Norfolk if you inspect our styles and values. THROW ON THE SEARCHLIGHT ! Look at our shoes. Get our prices. You arc never "drummed to buy" in our store. Your judgment and absolute merit is the power that rules the selling in every department. Arnold's Men's Shoes of Abingdon , Massachusetts , $1.50 , $2.00 , $2.50. $3.00 and $3.50. V Usher's Boys' Shoes. Exclusive makers of boys' shoos. Their name is the highest recommend with posted shoo buyers everywhere. Six months ago \vo Godman's long wearers , in misse...

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 — 6 November 1903

THE NOIIKOIjK NUWS : Fill DAY. NOVUMIIRK . 11I01I. o o VIOLETS AND o o SOLfTAlRES o By IZOLA L. FOIUIESTEK o lie lnul Hindu tip his mind when tin * first sure IIIVH of tlio crash tluslii'il over tin1 wires , llln llrst act as a | i < ior man would bu to set Kvclyn free. It would wave her the embarrassment of breaking the cn HKi'incut herself and nlso do away with nny possibility of n stormy , emotional Interview between them. He had heard her say onee that she disliked violently expressed einoilon. It was on his yacht one August day off I'lne ellff. She wan dressed all In white , Rome simple , costly affair that milted her clear white face and the dark brown eyes that seemed no much nt variance with her bright blond hair. It"o : WV % 4 % % j ; 1y J &J1 It" UK BOUGIIT A QCJAKTEU'H WOKTU ; HE WAS A I'OOlt MAN NOW. So cool and sweet and proud she was that , looking nt her , he had wondered whether she ever was like other girls , If she ever cried , the real old fashioned cry tha...

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 — 6 November 1903

Till ! ) NORFOLK NKWS : FHIDAY , NOVEMBER 0 , 1908 , THE NORFOLK NEWS W. N. mtSia , PulilUlirr. II.VII.Y. ( liMnulliilieil 18R7. ] Ktory di\r n c . | il Htimlny. H.v ' , . week , II ocnli. lly Norfolk poMollI tw Tonr , ( it ( ) . llr innll on rtirnl roulo * nnil HiUQiln irf Norfolk , | or j onr , M.iH. WKKICtiY NHWN JOIIItNAI Tlio NOWH. KntnlillHheit. 18M. Tlio Joimml , nmiUillnhoil. 187. Rvory Friday. Hy mull per yonr , ll.BO. Kntnroil nt tlio txmtolllco nt Norfolk , Nob. , IIH Hoconil cliiiiH mutter. Telephone" : Killtorlnl Department. No. 22. IltiitlnoBB Olllco nnit Jol > HonniH , No. 382. _ If Colombia doidred tlio nonInterference - foronco of tlilH government In tlio rnnnmn rovolntlon u fntul niltitnko wan nwilo when tlio 1Jojotn WIVH or- ilorod to hoinhiinl tlio city without notice. It IH 11 right of plvlll/.cd warfare - faro , geniM-nlly roeognl/.ed , ( hut ti city or rotmtry idionld ho notlllod before n wnrnhlp IH ordered to turn loose ItH HhoL mid Hhell. Later unolllplal...

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 — 6 November 1903

THE NOltFOLK NEWS : KltlUAY , NOVKMIIKH ( I. I1IOJI. Optician Oculist Optiialmologist OPTICIAN Ono who mnnufno- tnroa or deals in optical goods. OCULIST A physician who pretends tends to euro eye diseases ( ? ) . OPHTHALMOLOGIST Ono who Understands thu eyes , their defects , nnd their rein- tion to Huinnii Ills. Dr , Marquardt , Ophthalmologist , -t SAVING MONEY : The Elkhorn Building & Savings Association issnes stock payable at the rate of $1 per share per month. Shares can bo withdrawn nt any time. T. E. ODIORNE. Secretary. ART NEEDLE STORE Fancy Needle Work Artistically Done t All Varieties of Silk for the Embroidery j * Sofa Cushions in Pretty Patterns „ * Apcucy for Buttorick Patterns J * Manicur ing , Facial Massage , Hairdress- iug by Specialist .2 * Glasses in Needle Work jit jt j * j * jt Mrs. J. Schwartz Misi Ella Schumacher , Assistant 130 South Fourth Si. NORFOLK FUESLER For 'X * " > ' f Up-to-date : T Tailoring FUESLER. There's the Trouble YOUR money gets awny i...

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 — 6 November 1903

TIIIiJ NORFOLK NBWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 0 , J008. Are ready for the Fall Campaign with an excellent and grand stock of Men's .and Boys' Clothing and Furnishing UNANl ) Of-TAILOU / Goods , Ladies' and Children's Ready to Wear Garments , a "VCU complete stock in every department. We cordially invite every body to come and see them , feeling assured that goods and prices will please all. The famous H. S. & M. Men's Suits and Overcoats stand foremost in the United States for ready to wear garments. They require no argument as regard to Style , Fit and Quality. There is no question about getting value when you buy them. The Boys' Clothing Department Shows the choicest assortment of Boys' and little Fellows' Suits and Overcoats ever purchased. Full assortment of sizes of every style , color and price are to be found here. Boys' 3 = Piece Suit $1.50 and up LCVY A. Co Our Ladies' Department A BUSY PLACE = = = Wherein we show this season by far the best selections of fine garments ever b...

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 — 6 November 1903

Nmnonr.iv NEWSPIMHAY. . NOVMMHMH d. innn. i Save 20 Per Cent 1 By Buying Xmas Gifts Now. j \ ? vvi Until November 16 with every Cash Purchase to the amount of $5.00 or over we will allow you ; to take your choice from any goods in the line to the amount of $1.00 free of charge. \ tj Directly representing the Great Chickcring Factories not the Chicago Humbug and having none of the usual expenses connected with { the business , we are able to sell you these famous pianos at prices less than many prominent dealers throughout the United States acting as ; ji "siih-agents" are paying for them at wholesale. We sell Stencil Pianos of the Hospc Grade for $150.00 any day in the year. We have saved many customers from paying fictitious prices for notoriously low grade pianos and will you. if you give us the opportunity. 9 Herdman Will be Retired as Supreme Court Clerk. CANDIDATES FOR THE PLACE. Judge N. D. Jackson of Nellgh Ap pears to be In the Lead Situation ao Viewed by the Lincoln Corresp...

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 — 6 November 1903

8 Till' ' ] NOHFOLK NKWS : FJllDAY , NOVEMBER ( I , 1908. LJin , , miirr iniMirmm-ii ONLY TWO DAYS MORE ! As we will RETAIL PIANOS at WHOLESALE PRICES only up to 12 O'clock , Saturday Evening , November 7 EAT PIANO SALE ! DIRECT FROM THE FMCTORY. - V iw" r "fT"'F ' W" F T8" " " " " "ii * * * 1" i "W" 4 T18 P * " * pp § 7WA I < I--H F n r \ / - F-H tv F /M\jTTLPs JZTJTv 1 \ JJ vZ > JHJTv We arc EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AGENTS for the following manufacturers for Nebraska : Knabe , Kranich & Bach , Hallet & Davis , Kimball , Lindeman & Sons , Mathushek and Melville Clark Pianos , All Strictly High Grade Instruments , and Thirty Other Thoroughly Reliable Makes , which we will RETAIL during this Sale at WHOLESALE PRICES , and as an extra inducement to buy this week we will extend to you the EASY PAYMENT PLAN a small cash payment when delivered and a little each month. They are soon paid for and you do not miss the money. Stool and Scarf Free with each instrument. ...

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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