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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 30 March 1899

1 h i t t THIS WEEK Wo olTor for ymir luicc tlon and purchase Oamly hkmM Delicate Mm Desirable NU n Designs V Novelties WE SOLICIT YOUR IX SPECTION AssrniKG Yor of PROMPT AND COlRTHOrS TREATMENT FRENCH ROSES The Latest Mo3t Popular Odor free samples FOR THE LADIES Leonard aSiijaBgggqiytjyf jsaggf1 The Druggist We save you 50 per cent on your Prescriptions NORFOLK LODGE NO 97 A 0 0 W Meets In Odd Follows Hull on the first nnd third Fridays of onch month Visiting broth ers cordially invited to attend nil our meetings W H Hoffman Financier J M Covert Ko 0 order C G Dolan Mnstcr Workman The Weather Couditious of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum temperature 0 Minimum temperature 15 Average 23 Snowfall inches 00 Total snowfall inches 1 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for month 40 Forecast for Nebraska Fair tonight and tomorrow THURSDAY TOPICS The telephone men are busy putting in new phones Mrs J S McClary entertained the Tuesday Thimble clnb th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 30 March 1899

i It 6 Theflottfolkrleuis Spring rninpnlgiiR nro now on Tho exports of American niniitifnchirts now amount to million dollars a day Porto Uii niiH know a good thing when they Me it They are organizing a re publican pnrty It is now proved to organise a rjjrtv to reform the leforniorn Theio certain ly it lots of work for a party of that kind to do Cleo 1 Perkins the able editor of the Sioux City Journal although Ml yearn of age has only had II birthdays Kim February JUtli He was Hobert 1 Hnrdette and Mrs Mara Baker were married at Passadena Cal last week The famous humorist will till the pulpit of tho Plrst Presbyterian church oi that city A bright exchange j avs The democratic very pertinently leaders are tak ing hold of a ery live wire when they attempt to handlo the Dingley law and make capital out of it No butter definition of truo greatness was ever given than that of Plinys Doing what deserves to bo written and writing what deserves to be read and rendering the world happier and...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 30 March 1899

i j 1 1 AAAAJ k 1 1 4 tX4XX BACKACHE WHY Because your Liver and Kidneys ate out of order DR J H MCLEANS LIVER AND KIDNEY BALM is the PEERLESS REMEDY for curing ailments of the Liver Kidneys and Bladder Diabetes Rheumatism and Blights Disease SIOO PER BOTTLK ron SAXE BT KOENIGSTEINS PHARMACY Free Reclining Chair Gars on all Trains qUICK SERVICE CLOSE CONNECTIONS TWO DAILY KaST TKAINS KACII WAY 11KTW15KX OMAHA AND Atchison Kansas City and St Louis With direct connections to all South ern and Eastern points Duoxcclled time and accommodations to tho Famous HotSorines of Arkansas BE SURE TO SEGURE TICKETS VIA THIS LINE For more complete information doscriptivo pnmpmcte otc uiniress J 0 PHILLI1TI W C BARNES A G F aud P A T P A Southeast Cor 14 th and DouglaB Ste OMAHA NEHHASKA HUMPHREYS WITCH HAZEL OIL Piles or Hemorrhqids C Fissures Fistulas Burns Scalds II Wounds Bruises Cuts Sores Boils Tumors Eczema Eruptions Salt Rheum Tetters Chapped Hands E Fever Blisters Sore Lips Nostrils O Corns...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 30 March 1899

w u 8 COPYRIGHT 10907 By THE AUTHOR OlIAPTtilt VIII TII15 ANHWIJIt Tlio wnrtle worn yot In Ilio niotith of Woslon ltiimlull whon tlm sharp report of a Wltieliostnr rlflo npllt tlio MIIIiuuh nceoiiipiinioil by i Hcrmioh that hIiowimI nn Aimolio hnd hum duly as a lnrot thun iiiiothiir and nuothor until tlm ruiih Rounuid to tu Hplt t Iiih from u ilozim tlitTuront pointH Snddonly thorn wan it jIhrIo of KlttHR in front of thu thruo Htnrtlod onus and thu HplintiTH How into tlio fueoH of Hn doll and Kditli PiihIiIiik hur nsiiln ho caught tlio arm of hur mother and fore oil hur too out of raiiKU Whnt loos It iiiimnf hhIioiI Iho lnt tor Your huclmtiil and tlm onttlomon hnvo urrivuil not a nionumt too nooii I must fjlvi thiiii hulp HoHtartod to ollnih out of tlio win dow hut Kdlth Koizod liin liand Wo may timid you horol Stay I Von avo rilit horuplloit NtottpiiiR bnclt with kuii KniHpod hut hihiIiik no way in whitih to nt in tho Hliot ho loiitfod to tiro If tlioro hud hoon no hIiooMh down to ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 6 April 1899

h S f 1 h iVV i H ij K ywk The Norfolk Weekly News CLEANS OUT npAN Charles- the City the lating 1 BJK T AQUINALDCVS FALL ftcport Current In Mnnlln Thnt Ho lln JJeen Supplnntoil by QonorM Antonio Luna IroolntUBtlon toNatlrss Ii Given ltoipocirul Atttintlon Qootl Results Aro j Eipectoil From It Manila April 0 Tho cruiser Ohnrlos ton which has boon cruising along tho west const of Luzon to tho north sont a boat in shoro noar Dagupun last Taos- day to mnko soundiugo Tho robols opuiiud Hie wounding a United Statos ofllcor Tho cruiser thereupon bom barded tho town tho insurgents ovao Tinting it Thoro ore persistent rumors that Aguinaldo tho insurgent leader has been supplanted in tho control of Fili pino affairs by General Antonio Luna comWaudor in -chief of tho Filipino forces Luna is described as boiug a typical bolligorout Filipino Rend tlio Menage 1 Manila April 0 Tho proclamation of tho United Statos Philippino commis Bion was posted in tho streets printod in English Spanish and Tagl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 6 April 1899

LETTERS FR0M AFAR One From the Klondike the Other From Manila CONTAIN VALUABLE INFORMATION rrntili Owtil lc KiirtlHr Ari niint Uin HoMIrr 11 To In tlio IlillllMillirt Narrow lrntr Homy KIkIiMiiii Dnumiti Mini KopiMilN lln lii1l Nnknr Slorv of Dlmiiippiiliitiiimil 1 P Wright of this city has bunded Tint Nnws tlio following lottor written to his brother-in-law In Washington n brother In Dawson Dawson Fob l llrothor Will I will try anil writo you n fow Unas to lot you know bow I urn getting along l wolland hope tlmt tills will find you tlio same 1 inn working ut present and mn getting 100 pur hour but tlio days nro short unil I luivo not soon sun for two months but it will soon bo in night Now daylight moans about four hours horo for tlio six weeks ho most of tlio worlc is loiio aft or night anil before daylight I think that ono wintor horo Is onough for mo in this country wboro it is forty bolow zero most of tlio tinio A follow earns all ho gets horo I novor Hd a days work until I oai...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 6 April 1899

ft A IX Tft I The Tour ip the Worto IgAYROCKJr DEWEY VgAYROCK SAMP50N I overcoat Ulster T Overcoat Ulster I I All Wool Irlah I Superior All Wool Genuine Carney I I KERSEY I FRIEZE I KERSEY IRISH FRIEZE I I in Black I in Black T in Black in Black Grown I I Blue and Brown I BforniaodMutedABlue and Brown Gold end Oxford MXal ls0M2J rll KIHIll mimmfMjmWfzMyiHt3fc x4ft3lmv Nearly every wide awake Merchant in America handles theso Coats It your dealer does not write to us and we will see that you are supplied Kama MyaaTHiwe sea ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY Norfolk Weekly News Reduced to 1 a Year for Cash in Advance PREMIUM TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER Opportunity for Young Men and Women Boys and Qirls to Make Money During the 18 years that The Norfolk Weekly News has been published no subscriber has ever received it for less than 150 per year This price has been maintained in the face of cheaper competition because it has always been con ceded that The News is the best weekly paper published in this...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 6 April 1899

r f t i j 4 The flottf oik pieuas W N 11U0K Piibllrtipr IIAIIY Rrorjr day etropt Honda 11 voak 1 ent Itv mull lor lenr 1 rattler Bou lr WKKK1V IBituWIMinl IMI Story TlinnxW Hi mH I J 9ra Kntuml at tlifl IoMoftlca at Norfolk Neb ipsond clasa matter Telephone No 22 Ilomulntf tlio NnllonH Dciul Todny Wnslihmtonwvurnl hundred of tlio bodies of thoM who fought in tlio cmnpnlKii of tfnntino il 1orto Kico will bo reditcrrod in tlio cemetery nt Ar lington 1rcRlduiit McKinley nuil IiIh onbinet will attend Kll military hon ors wilt bovmid to the memory of tlio deceived Tlio lopartinontH closed at II oclock noon ami there Iihh boon n k oral ordor niiido rwniontiiir that tho day bo observed throughout tlio country It is ajipropriato This gonoration Ihih itn own heroes and Ncbrusku haH mom oricH or ItH own doad an thoy havo bravely niBhod forth to defend tho Man and uphold tho interest of humanity in far oil Manila Tho thKH at Norfolk and other cities arc displayed at linlf iiuiht In honor of th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 6 April 1899

H c Every Can of Paint Hearing the Label of THE SHEW tfllthlAlHS GO Is of the HldHEST QUALITY and FULL MEASURE Remember THAT when Paint Is sold or offered for less If the price is low the goods ire in keeping You cant get the best at second rate prices THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS are the best paints vc know of and weve known most of them If you arc going to paint any thing under the sun let us talk it over with you we can help you Sold and guaranteed by Leonard Ths Druggist We save you 50 per cent on your Prescriptions NORFOLK LODGE NO 97 A 0 U W MootB in Odd Follows Hall ou the Bret and third Fridays of oach month Visiting broth ers cordially invited to attend all our moctiuKS W K Hoffman Financier W A Cioble llo oordor C Q Dolan MaBtor Workmnn EISELEYS HALL THURSDAY 10 APRIL J DUNCAN CLARKS LADY MINSTRELS The best Vaudeville and Burlesque Company traveling Admission to any part of the house 50 cents Seats on sale atlvieseau tfcChristophs The Weather Conditions of the weather as re...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 6 April 1899

f l ihl G Thcjlofolkfie1 It would scorn with the city elections bo near at hnml Hint tho wenthcr iniKht warm up a little Tho crime of 1S7JI prelim to have followed Urover Olovelund into nil In oeitous dosnotuile Tliownr wo bought from mniinff nR mnrn trouble than Spnln 1h tho one wo fought with hrr 1 StorliiiK Morton very portinently pays lliul beef for the nnny 1h not worse thnn veuly HtntemniiiiHhii for tho republic Tho CnbiuiH nre inclined not to accept that 1000000 If they dont wnnt it Uncle Sam can find plenty of uho for it nt tho present tinio Tlio volunteer nt Manila tirnvml thnt tho citizen Americn nro invinoiblo tho thiK nnd it inturestH hiivo ngain soldiorH of ir defondorn of Nebraska welcome wenlth intolli pence nnd industry nnd oilers splomlid opportunities to those who possess onu or nil of theso desirable factors of sue cess President McKinlwy is reported nH favoring annexation of Cnbn not forci bly but by tho consent of the Cubans It is said thnt nnnoxntion scntiniont...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 6 April 1899

in mum m ALL THE WORLD Knows that the Peerless Remedy for Diseases of the Liver Kidneys and Bladder is Dr J H MEANS LIVER KIDNEY BALM It has Cured Thousands of Des perate Cases Try It PRICE 100 PER DOTTLE FOB lAtr I1Y KOENIGSTEINS PHARMACY free Reclining Chair Gars on all Trains QUICK SEKVICE CLOSE CONNECTIONS TWO DAILY l VST TKAINS KACH WAY 11KTWEEN OMAHA AND Atchison Kansas City and St Louis With direct connections to all South ern and Eastern points Uuoxcollod timo and nccommodntioua to tlio Famous Hot Surines of Arkansas BE SURE TO SECURE TICKETS VIA THIS LINE For moro complete information doecriptivo pamphlets etc address J 0 PHILLIPPI IV C BAItXES A G F nndPA T P A Southeast Cor 14th and DouslnBSts OMAHA NKHHASKA HUMPHREYS WITCH HAZEL OIL Piles or Hemorrhoids C Fissures Fistulas Burns Scalds II Wounds Bruises Cuts Sores Boils Tumors Y Eczema Eruptions Salt Rheum Tetters Chapped Hands E Fever Blisters Sore Lips Nostrils O Corns Bunions Stings Bites of Insects Three Sizes 25c 50...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 6 April 1899

1 8 They lit the feat as natqre intended QEO ALATIMER Attorney at Law Office In M ant UloeJf lution WHY nol rosolvo that you will slop squeezing and crushing your foot into tight ill lilting razor too and wear tho graceful eomfortablo Jenness Miller Shoes that fit the feet as Nature intended Their success has boon pho liomonal Ladies who have worn thorn toll us thoy are tho host fitting shoos they over owned Wo recommend and guaran tee them Only to ho had of us as wo aro sole agents for this city ONLY 350 THE JOHNSON DRY GOODS CO THE North Western LINE F E IB V R H Is the best to and from the Most Fertile Portions of NEBRASKA Farming IHSKEEPS frllLltlNERY Cheapest and Uet 33a Norfolk Avenue Till Is Your Opporltmlly On rwoljit of tint could cnnh or ntfinipfl A ponoroim nnmplo will n nmilod of the monl iKiiu1nr Culnrrh nnd liny 1ovcr Curt Klyn Crcnm Hfilni nnfllclmt o demon btrnto tho jrcnl niciitn of llio remedy ily inio runts CO Warren St Now York City Hot Tolin ltolil Jr of flrrnt ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 6 April 1899

l u 8 They fit tho foet as natqro intended a isi t r J lull 2 -a TO T a O L 3 o Here is a Good Reso lution VTll Y noi rosolvo Unit you will slop squooing and crushing your fool inlo light ill lilling razor loo and wour tho graceful oomforlablo Jenness Miller Shoes that fit the feet as Nature intended Tlioir success has boon pho noinonal Ladies who have worn Ihoni toll us Ihoy aro Iho bosl filling shoos Ihoy ovor owned Wo roconunend andguaran loo Ihoni Only lo bo had of us as wo aro solo agon Is for Ihis cily ONLY 350 THE JOHNSON DRY GOODS CO THE North Western LINE F E M V R R is the best to and from the Most Fertile Farming Portions of NEBRASKA i a T1il In Your Opportunity On rorclptof ten conts cnsli or ntnmpn A Rcnormm stunpln will bn mailed of Ilia roost popular Catarrh nnd liny Ilivcr Cure Elys ream llnhn snfllrldil lo demon fctrnto thn nnnt nieiits of tha remedy ely huotiior lit Warren bt Kow York City Itov John Hold Jr of Oronl Falls Mont rccomniniiiloil 1lj n Cronm Halm to mo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 20 April 1899

n l 11 iiA 4 M V v It 1 i 0 p Si t - - ENEMYS FORC Fill pi The Norfolk WeeklyNews MORE ABOUT YORKTOWN Details Concerning Ambush of Gilmorc and His Men THEIE FATE STILL IN DOUBT Tarty Landed In a Hunt but It In Itc mnrkod Tlmt Its Itnpld Fire aim Wnt Kept Silent Olllclnln Ilolletn filsonrr Will He Well Trontod by Filipinos In urgent Forces So nttorod Manila April 20 Admiral v Dowoy has boon notified of tho fltnuigo disap jHjarnuco of J 0 Gllmoro and 14 mom bors of tho crow of tho Unitod Statos franbnnr Yorktown On Saturday hit tno Yorktown anchored oil Ualor on tho oast coast of tho island of Luzon and about 200 inilos from hero whoro thoro was a Spanish garrison of about CO moil which had boon defending itsolf against several hundred Filipinos for months past Lieutenant Gihnoro Ensign W H Standloy aud n boats crow woro Bout up tho river from Baler bay to communicato with tho Spaniards tho town of Baler being situated somo dis tauco inland Ensign Standloy who landed at tho mouth of t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 20 April 1899

2 NORFOLK TOR PLANT Becomes the Property of a Re organized Company AMERICAN BBCr 8UGAK COMPANY All tlie 0mitil Itmlltulliiii llriiiiflrr lo lin IiciiiIimI I mlr Omi So ClintiRn III Iik nl MniiiiRMiiiiit Jor folk lliCl SitRiir CompiHM Ilinm il Out of rvUliiii i nl Noun loiliij Vrntn ltlilnjo Dnllj At noon today tho Noifolk Boot Sugar company ceased to exist and tho Noifolk factory became tho pioporty of tlio American Boot Sugar riimpmy Tho now corporation becomes tho owner of tho four Oxnuril sugar fiiototios here tofore operated nnilor sopaiato rnrporato names known us tho Norfolk Hoot Sugar company at Norfolk tho Oxnaid Hoot Sugar coiup my at Grand Island tho Ghiun Valloy Hoot Sugar company t China Cal and tho Pacific Hoot Sugar company at CKnard Jul Tho now company In capitalized at 20000 000 of which fiOtXItWO Is profoired stock and 10000000 common stock Ilonry T 0ninl is ptosldont of tho American Hoot Sonar company as ho wiih hofoio tho tonrguiiintioii of each of tho four separa...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 20 April 1899

I i r The rourn the World Best 5 for the Money GAYROCKJR OVERCOAT All Wool KERSEY in Black Blue and Brown DEWEY TTGAYROCK Ulster T Overcoat lrlah I Superior Ail Wool FRIEZE I KERSEY in Block T in Black Brownand Mixed 110 M I Blue and Drown laarWiM BROS SAMPSON Ulster Genuine Carney IRISH FRIEZE in Block Brown Gold and Oxford Mxd 00 Nearly every wide awake Merchant In America handles these Coats If your dealer docs not write to us and we will see that you arc supplied BROTHERS rtnrers iiinn 1 1 of CLOTHING Chicago ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY Norfolk Weekly News Reduced to 1 a Year for Cash In Advance PREMIUM TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER Opportunity for Young Men and Women Boys and Girls to Make Money During the IS years that The Norfolk Weekly News has been published no subscriber has ever received it for less than 150 per year This price has been maintained in the face of cheaper competition because it has always been con ceded that Tiik News is the best weekly paper published in this section...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 20 April 1899

1 It is Kointf to tnko 15000 mini next your to lmiitllo tho nutionnl census If thero nro ninny moro commissions anointed tho supply of nmtorinl is likely to ruu short It must bo lulnnttud how over that in tho appointment of tho dif foront bodies bf men nt Hawaii Paris Porto Kico Oubn tho Philippines and now at Samoa tho president has shown commondablo discrimination in tho per sonnel of tho commissioners Boycotting business or attempting to placo under ban any particular individ ual or section is an experiment that is always hnznrdous Liko many nuother game that sharp peoplo put up it proves oftentimes to bo loaded at tho other end An illustration of this is found in tho recont notion of tho Connecticut legis lature which threatened to pass a bill prohibiting banks of that stato from loaning money in Kansas When tho Kansas ollloials heard of this tho insur ance commissioner of tho stato immedi ately issued a uotico notifying all Con necticut iusuranco companies that they would bo pr...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 20 April 1899

MHHHMRHHHPHHHPVVMaMVvK rMVnf S W llr R- Sr - 1 f PINAL BALLOT TAKEN Pennsylvania Senatorial Strug gle Results In No Election DEADlOOj BfcMAINB TO THE END Froieonllnn In the Qnjr Trlnl Rudilnnly Itrita Omu Agnlnit Rx Ronntnr Sum tnnrlrlnrRntnll of Nlnn nay Trlnl II flrtn nttioli Dnpanilil on tlio Kxport WluiMf Mjrr Ontitkmlth IlAnnisnuno April 20 Tho gront brittle for United Stntos senator ontlod yestordny without mx olootion nml un loan Governor Stono calls an nxtm koh eion nt which thoro should bo an oloo tion Pennsylvania will havo only ono representative lu tho United States don ate during tho next two years Thoro wan no change in yesterdays votliiR the friends of oiSonator Quay stand ing by him and tho anti Quay Ropub licans by B P Jones of PittBburjf while tho Denloomts cast thair vote for Qeorgo A Jenks who has bcon tholr candidato since tho deadlock began The senatorial contest began on Jan 17 On that day Senator Quay re ceived his highest voto 113 senators and representative...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 20 April 1899

Every Can of Paint Hearing Mio Ijtihil f THE SHERWIN W1LLIR1V1S GO Iao the IIKIMI2ST QUAIITV nml IULI AUIASURI lliMiioiuliot Ttl Al whrii Paint Is sold or nITiMfil Tut lis If Mil prlio Is Itiw tin iimls hit In Wilii Ymi ian1 tfit tin liist at MTiiml ratr i li JHE SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS HIT till Ills llllls U lillllW of anil wovo Known most of llii ni If you mi koIiij to paml uii tlilni iiiuliM tin sun Ut us talk it ovor Willi vim wo ran hrlp you Hold and KiiiirniiUril by Leonard The Druggist We wive you fli per cent mi mir Prescriptions NORFOLK LODGE NO 97 A 0 U W Moot In Mil KiiIIouh Mull on llm II rot iiimI lliinl Kriilnjn of oarli month VIhHIiik lirntli r enrilinlly Invltixl to iillnml nil our nimtiiinn W It llolTiiiiin KlniuipliTi W A lolilo lttv eorunr U I liolim ftlimtur Workmiiti 50 Acme Hygienic Couches llm Kliul Unit IiimI In IxMuitifnl hrinht now rovoriiiKB mid with springs tlmtnro Kimrnntood never to eonio through tho top JH Hygionio Brnss anil Iron I tods toads in White...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 20 April 1899

rr f 1 Interesting Dress Fab rics Dress Goods thongh modified in do sign are expressively rich nnd genteel this senson Tho full strength of our offerings in this dopartmont cnunot bo npprecinted without Beeing Crepons nmong high grade goods have assumed full command 75c SSc 1 00 1 25 1 05 200 Tailor Suitings at 200 per yard 5li inches wido Ladies have asked for Genniuo Worsted for Tailor Made Suits of High Grade Wo now havo them in a select raugo of patterns Plainer material in profusion Spec ial Coverts 08c and 75c Venetians Poplins Grauito and Mel rose Cloths etc Special Leaders in Serge Cheviots Inexpensive fabrics from 8c per ynrd up SILKS T vf - TJTl n 34 Sl TTsZjivz The harmonious colorings in silks are all persuasive themselves They tell their own story beautifully Waist Fauercies GSc 75c 100 1 35 150 20 shades in Plain Taffetta Special Black Dress Silks Compare ours with any samples you can get 100 125 and 150 numbers A new Mascot weave 1 50 A new Satin Duchess 1 50 that you...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
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