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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

' 1J1K NORFOLK NEWS : JjlUDAy , NOVHM11ER 111 , 1903 , 13 Optician Oculist Opthalmologist OPTICIAN Ono who mnmifao- turcB or dcala in optical goods. OCULIST A physician who pretends tends to euro eye diseases ( ? ) . OPHTHALMO LO GIST Ono who Understands the eyes , their defects , and their rela tion to Human Ills. Or , Marquardt , Ophthalmologist , SAVING AlONEY : The Elkhorn Building & Savings Association issui'8 stock payable at the rate of $1 per share per month. Shares can bu withdrawn nt nuy time. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. ART NEEDLE STORE Fancy Needle Work Artistically Done jt All Varieties of Silk for the Embroidery j * Sofa Cushions in Pretty Patterns j * Agency for Buttorick Patterns J * Manicur ing , Facial Massage , Hnirdresa- ing by Specialist * * Classes in Needle Work j * j * j * j * J * Mrs. J. Schwartz Miss Ella Schumacher , Assistant 130 South Fourth St. NORFOLK * -I- : * ' * * * FUESLER. For Up-to-date Tailoring FUESLER. There's the Trouble * YOUR money nets ...

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 — 13 November 1903

u TUN NOKFOUC NKWR : FRIDAY , NOVEMHEK 18 , 11)03 ) , TOM JONES , COWBOY iiy c , n. LEWIS J Ooi/H0M | | , l ) f. I'll T. C. : Tom , lonrn WIIH n roil I Montana cow boy , 'the K''milno uttiir. ll > ' "mt | ( | cieanl ( lint lie WIIH no I'oiiRiiiniillvo win who linil been wilt out from Hoitim to try thu wcHtt-rn ozone , nor WIIH lie ffmhml. of Yale or Ilitrvnnl wlio was pk'Kiiin up $10 a month to help him JqiicnU llirniiRh collt-Kc. llo was born to this biiNlni'HH , Knew all tlio hm am ) < 3tit , . anil no one could boat him at turnliitf a KtiiniprdliiK herd or thiowliiK iii IIIHMI. II WIIH wild on all Hides that ? Hire wan only ono thliiK out of l.lller 'tvlui ' 'I'dnt .IOIIOH hi- hail iiHplratloiiK 'if'n | linil aspired to la-op three pum UootliiK nt onee or to hold four aeeii In.every oth r hand of poker , he might La < vo bad the nympathy of liln fellow V > ttai ! ; , but IIH ! aHplratloiw took a OIITmmi line. Tom Jones had read no ICNH than HX ! accounts of eastern li...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

TUB NOKFOMv NKWS : FHIDAY , NOVEMBER 18 , 11)08. ) Many Building Operations Have Been Postponed. IMPROVEMENTS IN NEW YORK Millions Doing Spent at Brooklyn Navy Yard and Remarkable Change Dclng Made Getting Ready for the Tiger's Reign. Now York , Nov. 13. Now York has had trouble of Its own in the matter of getting up now buildings because of the strikes from which tbo city has been suffering for tbo past sev eral months. Despite all this , however - over , there nro several Improvements under way that will , within the next two or three years , add greatly to the magnificence and Importance of the city. Fashionable apartment and tenement house operations have been the most pronounced feature of the building activity since the settle- mentor the strikes , but there are several elegant now office buildings In prospect , with a few palatial pri vate residences In the faslilonablo \ districts and another theatre or two yet. Across the bridge millions of dollars lars are being spent at t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

16 Ml 13 NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 18 , 1903 , totners. These prices are good for 10 days. . " " O V * / 72 inch Mloached Satin Damask , open border , worth $1.78 , now 72 inch Blenched Double Satin Damask , open 1. border , plain conior , worth $1.78 , now . 72 inch Bloashod Double Satin Damask , Lilly of 1.34 the Valley pattern , worth $1.49 , now . II 72 inch Hloachod Satin Damask , plain center , IIh worth $ l.y2 , now 72 iiuih Hloachod Satin Damask , plain center , worth $1.12 , now 70 inch Hloachod Satin Damask , plain center , 74(5 , now 70 inch Hloached Satin Damask , crysanthoum 79c patterns , worth S9c 08 inch Hloachod Satin Damask , bountiful design , worth $1.15) ) , now 05 inch Hleachod Satin Damask , heavy and soft , worth ( , ) Sc , now 04 inch Hloachod Satin Damask , attractive design , worth 79e , now 00 inch Hloached Union Damask , worth 0c ) now 04 inch Hloached Hoantifnlly Morcori/ed , G2c laundrys line , worth 7c ( ) , now 05 inch Bleached Union Damask , ...

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 — 20 November 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL , , , . . NOUKOMC NEBRASKA K1UDAV NOVIC.MHKIt ill ) Four Courses of Stone and Five and One-Half Feet. ARE NOW LAYING THE SECOND. Third Course Will be of Mammoth > Rocks Hoisting the Derrick up Two Floors Laying Attic Timbers and Joists Nearlng the Roof. [ Piom rtlilnx's Dnll1 1 There IB now Just a suggestion of what tlio coinlco to the handsome now United States con it lionso will look UUo when complotoil , but admlr- ors of tbo stnicturo will need to im agine a great deal to realise Just what It will bo like In all Its completed do- tall. tall.Tho The first couiso of the stone has been placed and masons haxo begun lo lay the second course which hangs out over that of the fiist. protecting the walls from the water that will fall off the roof. There'willbo four courses of stone , all told , and the cornice when completed will bo five foot and six Inches fiom top to bottom. The third course will bo composed of the mammoth stones that are scattered ab...

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 — 20 November 1903

An Apology for the Inconsist encies of Life. MAN'S NATURE IS SAVAGE. All Lend n Sort of Dr. Jekyl-Mr. Hyde Existence Varied Formula of Civ ilization Unfolded to News by Dr. J. H. Mnckny. I From HnUirilny'H Dully. ] To him who views life from the out look of the philosopher , and reflects that the BHIIIO passions and vices domInate Inato humanity everywhere , the var ious ways In which men and women expose or concral tholr vices , or parade rado tholr virtues , furnishes an in tcrostliig subject for contemplation. It Is withal a comprehensive and scl ontlllc subject , Involving the elements of our civilization. The formula of our civilization Is HO varied that It cannot bo classified under a slnglo caption. All the elements of this com posite civilization religion , justice , honesty , right , drconcy , etc. , are pro ducts of evolution , for primitive ) man was licentious , treacherous , cruel and beastly. It Is but natural then that In this upstart civilization wo should not always...

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 — 20 November 1903

TUB NOI,1'TUC ? ' ) N10WS : FRIDAY , NOVIWI.MH 20 , 19011. The Modern and the Old Fashioned Types. PAPERS READ AT WOMAN'S CLUB Two Very Interesting Papers Were /Rend / nt the Meeting This Week and The News Feels Fortunate In Being Able to Reproduce Them. Just nt thin season of the year per- Imps no subject Is qulto so close to the thought of womankind In general us the Thanksgiving dinner. At their meeting this week , the Norfolk Wo man's club listened to two very in teresting papers discussing the modern - orn dinners und the old fashioned types. The News fools fortunate in being able to here reproducethem. . Mrs. Walker Q. linker spoke on "Tho Modern Thanksgiving Dinner , " as follows : Hospitality exists among the rich and the poor. Surely it is one of the most creditable traits of human na ture , this instinct for dividing with our follows , ( his desire In man to .share his heart and his goods with his friends. Let the guests remember that not all the responsibility of the succ...

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 — 20 November 1903

p/tl / H is reported that Uonoral Urlbo- Urlbo Is recruiting IIB ! name prepar atory to another campaign that will bring him before the people of the world , The Sioux City .Journal llnds that Mr. llrynu may ho consoled with the thought that , though the reorganizes may capture the approaching national domocratlo convention , Nobrnnkn maybe bo depended upon not to give the can- illdato named HH electoral vote. Nebraska won out In the diplomatic contest with Kansas and there IB moro than ono enthusiast who llrmly believes It la n good omen for the winning of a big victory on the grid iron when the two teams llnnlly meet to give a trial to their muBcular pow er and alorlnoHH. Stand up for Ne braska. Fremont Is trying for a now can ning factory , and the push that usually characterizes the Fremont business Internals of that city when they go after an enterprise of that kind , loads to the belief that the canning factory will bo located there if it proves a do- Irnblo location and the p...

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 — 20 November 1903

TIT13 NOHFOIA' NKWS : I'MMDAV , NOVKM1.UOU 20 , JDOfl The Town Never Felt Better in its Life. CAN TALK IN ANY DIRECTION The Camp Dewey Telephone Ex change has Its Headquarters Here. Manager Busy Building New Lines Out Water Is Excellent. Crclghton , Neb , , Nov. 1C. From n Staff Correspondent : A nmn who Is located In Crolghton , or n woman cither , for the mutter of tlmt , Is able to tulk very easily nml with the nicest convenience to over half u hundred farmers In the Immediate vicinity over n telephone wire nnd to nn almost unlimited number of towns tributary to this city by way of the Telephone system which Manager Thtelsson has built nn throughout this section. "Camp Dowoy" Is the name of the Borvlcij and the wires run In three dlffei nt directions from here east , west and north. They form a net work throughout the district for many miles , which is very complete In Its means of communication and the people appreciate It by a , largo majority. At Spencer , Neb. , the line conn...

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 — 20 November 1903

THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 'JO , 1903 , II * ! Goes Into Effect on that Road Next Sunday. CHANGES ARE NOT MATERIAL. Trains Most Affected nro the One from Omnha nt Noon and Those Leaving for Bonestcel nnd Long Pine Short ly After. IKrom Tlnirmliiy'H Dnllv ] The long oxpcctod and much spec ulated upon now I line card ROOM Into effect on the Chicago and North weal- em railroad next Sunday. Contrary to ovpootalloim there are no material cluuiKOH of tlmo HO far aa Norfolk IH ooiicoi ned The Ki'ontoHt change In In the Hoiu'Mlcul piiHuongor , now ar riving al the .turnsInn ! at 11:55 : a.m. , which iindor HID now Huhodnlo will not nrrlvo until 12:115. : llomalnlng there Iwonty mlnuton for dinner , the train will Innvo the Junction for lloMOHtuol al 12r : > n , and will leave the u-to\Mi | depot at 1:05. : Thin makoH the Honosloul train fifteen mltiuloB later nut of the city dopnl than now. Tito Long Pine paHi'Hiigor , which niakoH I'onnoctlon here with the Bono- fllool train f...

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 — 20 November 1903

T1II4 NOliTOI.IC NEWS : Kill DAY. NOVKMIIKlt. 'JO. I ( KM. W. Hcarn of the Department of Agriculture is Here. DESCRIPTIVE. OF THIS VICINITY. Maps and Description will be Fur nished Free to Anyone Requesting Them Area Embraces Norfolk , Stanton , Hadar and Hosklns. [ From Thursday's Dallv. ] Mr. and Mrs. Rdward Hcnrn of "Washington , D. C. , roprosontliiK tlio bureau of soils of the United States ( lopnrtniont of ngrlctilturo , luivo boon In Norfolk for BOIIIQ tlmo nmkliiK a soil survey of tlio immediate terri tory , with an especial vJow to deter mining Its adaptability to tlio culture of tlio sugar beet. Mr. llearn Is as sisted In tlio work by H. L. Uclden. The party came hero from Grand Island where a similar work was done , and these arc the only two sections of tlios ate that have been surveyed up to this tlmo , but It Is Intended In time to locate a complete soil map of the state and of the United States. They have almost completed their work hero. The section covered by this s...

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 — 20 November 1903

! < * - 8 THE NOttKOUC NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 20. 1903. IF Carries Fifty No. 3 Shot in His Back and Hands. 6ANTEES TANGLED IN A MIX-UP. Ono Old Duck Llca at the Point of Denth Because of n Row Over Cards , Another H.io a Drokcn Rib nnd Six ty-Five Will QO to Omaha Monday. Nlobrarn , Neb , Nov. 11. From a Staff OorroHpondnnt : With Ilfty No. 8 liind tihotH pli'rc'lni ; both hlH InuiilH nnd gashing the renter of IIH ! back , Bmllli Whlpplo , an Indian on tlio Santee - too rouorvatlon , Ili'a at Iho point of death.an a result of an all round row In which MOHOHVhtpplo opened llro. The trouble came over a game of cards at the rosorvatlon. DoHlihm the torrlblo Bhootlng of Smith Whlpplo , Can-in Whlpplo was almost beaten to donth and Is mifforlm ; from a brok en rib and olhor Horloiia wonnilH. Hnd Dccn Drinking. The Indlaim had boon drinking and Amos Xlmmcnnnn wnn tiUo arnmlod. MOHOH Whlpplo , the man who did the Rhootlng , Is In jail and will bo taken to Oinahti before the grand Jury...

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 — 27 November 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL I , , , , NOUKOUC NIMH ASK A I'M ' ! I DA V NOYICM Ill-lit - 'J7 1DOIJ Ten-Year-Old Suffers - - Boy . Greatly From a Smoke * SALESMAN VIOLATED STATUTE The Small Brother of J. A. Rnlncy Bought a Little Cylinder of To bacco and Nearly Died Future Violations of Law Will be Punished. [ From Monday's Dally. ] Despite the stnto law which pro hibits the snlo of tobacco and cigar ettes to young boys In Nebraska , J. A. Halnoy of this city Is satisfied that his 10-year-old brother has been able to purchase the little bits of nicotine In Norfolk and threatens , If the prac tice Is continued and found out In V the future , to make trouble for the statute's violator. The case In particular which has called the attention of Mr. Ralncy to the disregard of the state laws re- lers to his young brother who , It is said , carne very near to death's door during the night as the direct result of a cigarette which ho had smoked late In the evening and which ho had leen ...

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 — 27 November 1903

tLtt , THE NOHFOLK N13WS : FRIDAY , NOVKAIBMH 27 , 190K. First Snow of the Season Brings Jingling Bells. IT HELPS EVERYDODY AND MORE Good Thing For Everyone In Town and Everywhere Else Gives the Ice Man Work and the Shocman and the Drugglots and Doctors , Also. IKroin Tupmlny'H Dully. ] Sleighs are out In Norfolk. For the first time In many mouths the shin ing runners of the cutter are gliding rapidly along the thoroughfares and unravelling block after block of snowy rondH behind them. With the llrst fall of snow the jingling of the marry hells of winter sounded upon the crisp November air and horses which have been getting ready for It by puttlu.1 ; on their winter cloaks were given a chance to got busy. The snow which foil Is admirably well adapted to sleighing , .lust damp enough to pack nicely , Just thickly enough covering the roadway to carry the heavy loads , and bringing with It nn air that Is neither too cold nor too warm hut Just exactly right for driving out , the snow wh...

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 — 27 November 1903

Mlti NO H FOLK N10WS : FIUIUY , NOVICMHICK U7 , J 0n 8 Conveniences of the New North western System. MUCH TIME AND LABOR SAVED. Round House , Machine Shops and Yards Have Attractions to the Men Handling the Big Machines of the Northwestern Company. tKrom Snttiiilny'K Oully.l Upon approaching the now round house and shops at the Northwestern yards in South Norfolk , one cannot but be impressed with the substantial nnd modern appearance of the build ings and an examination of the Inter ior will soon convince anyone that , they do not deceive their looks. The old style of turntable was short nnd Its center rested on a friction Imso. It required from four to six men to turn an engine on It In bad weather and was about all three or four men could do to manage it un- 4 dor favorable conditions , whereas the V \ the now table Is ball bearing , turns very easily and is seventy feet long , allowing the largest engines to turn upon it easily. fV. . , ' The new round house Is equipped with dro...

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 — 27 November 1903

The Plorco County Lender Is the Intent to spring a piano contest , and being now In the locality , It stands oxcelent chances of being n winner. There nro n lot of persons prepar ing to bo thankful that they have the time nnd opportunity in see tlm Ne braska-Illinois football game nt Lin coln , The homuhias thrust the Cuban bill on the attention of the senate and now the congressmen will have tlmo for play while the senators put on their thinking caps and get active. Nebraska Is bubbling over with en terprise and progress , despite the troubles that have worried Wall street nnd the endeavors of the laborers of the east to make trouble for tholr em ployers. It Is a good state to tlo to nnd many of us are hero to stay. The protective tariff Idea Is said to bo growing In ICnglnnd , and just In proportion as It appears to become stronger the democrats are strength ening tholr opposition to the policy. Kngland would find cause for hilar ious Jubilation If , at the tlmo It adop ted a prot...

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 — 27 November 1903

THIS NOKPOI.lt NEWS : 1'HIDAY , NuVKMIl3lt ) 27 , HIM. Interesting Letter From Nor folk Woman on the Trip. HAD A CHAT WITH ROOSEVELT. Mrs. F. M. Slsson of This City , Del- egatc to n Convention of Mission aries , Writes of a Strenuous Day of Pleasure at Washington. fl'rom Tuesday's Dully. ] Tlio party inntlo up of delegates , of- fleers tuul missionaries of the society left Baltimore In tliu morning and arrived - rived in Washington at 10 a. in. Wash ington ladles met us at the station. The Metropolitan church ) our object ive point , was not far distant so wo started out on a brisk walk ono lone delegate at least saying to herself and under her breath at various stages of the walk , "And that Is the capltol there ! That Is the Washington mon ument. How tall , how Immense. How very obellsky and that Is and so on. " At the church Mrs. Bristol , wife of the pastor , and other officers stood in tho-VOcelvlng line and wo were each individually smiled upon and told the great pleasure tha...

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 — 27 November 1903

lip tC < n > jrlntil , 1M.1 , liy 0 N I.nrli'.J ' liln ) \\nn n tiirl.i'.v , not an Till' jh\ mill I'll lint say Unit It HUM Us fad' TlmnUHKlvliig tiny , lull It piiMsiul llu > way of nil 'J'lmiiksil\liiK blnH uhniit Nov.I. ( . i : , IStl.'t. This iniri'Hiilii I'liwnoluKy I * iliit' to ( lie fuel that half a ili > /.i < n of IIM war lirlHini ri'fiiKt'i'x. who hail cHcapnl fniiu tin ; ( it'oiyla HtiH'kiulos , wore making our hnincwiml Jtnmii'.v by llu1 sole KHlilniiiv of tlu > north Mar. When we Htriick the eastern Nlopi ! ( if the dun- lierlunil inoiintiilim In xonthweHiern N'lrglnlu Into aiitiiinnVIIH npini UH. Tint plentiful wild gnipt-M hail been tonelied by frost , perrtlmiiioiin were dropping , dead ripe , and corn hail been nliuekeil and stored beyond our reach. \Vo didn't know the day of tltu week. uiiH'li less that of thu month , for we paused dayH and nights miinetlmcH hid ing from pnrsiitTH In dark eaves and Hlupt from Hhoer exhaustion without reference t...

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 — 27 November 1903

Mil- - ] NORFOLK NEWS : I'MHDAY ' , NOVIOMHKK 27 , 11)08. ) Millers of Nebraska Interested in Trade Expansion. MEETING HELD IN NORFOLK. Representatives of the Trade In North Nebraska Gathered at the Oxnard Hotel Parlors to Discuss Matter of Interest to the Craft. tKrom Snturilny's nnlly.l The millers of north Nebraska who mot In the Oxnard hotel parlors yes terday afternoon for the purpose of promoting acquaintanceship and good will among the members of the trade and enjoying a social afternoon to gether , found a fruitful and Interest ing topic for discussion In the exportIng - Ing business of the trade. Now Ideas were presented to many of the millers who were 'present , and It was shown that with nil doing a share along this line of work and the Interests of each Individual miller looked after a power would bo formed that would ho suc cessful * in pushing their trade to the far corners of the earth. Heretofore but a few have been Interested In this field of endeavor and they have ...

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 — 27 November 1903

8 THE NORFOLK MOWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 27. 1908. Market is Flooded and Shippers Will Wait a Month. MEREDITH GETS $30 JUDGMENT The Week In Court After Handing For Eighty Hours , the Jury In the Case Agnlnst John Cearns Flnnlly Disagreed Robinson Re-Arrested , The hay market has received a con- Bldorablo Jar thu past few weeks and shipping has about come to a stand- Htlll from this point , lloth Omaha and Sioux City markets are Hooded and the probabilities are that there will not bo any more whipping for a month or more yet. Local buyers for shipping purposes are not buying anything - thing at present as they have a large stock on hand. The Amelia Creamery people are stacking up quantities of hay In O'Neill to await the opening of the market. Pretty fair local prices prevail nevertheless. Thu baled pro duct Is selling for $ l.fiO a ton , and loose $3 to $3.GO. In the county court yesterday J. II. Meredith was given Judgment for $110 In a suit to recover rent from a far mer named Stewa...

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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