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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 29 March 1901

2 Counctluianlc Ticket Flnt ward W A II EM LEI1EN Second ward AUGUST II KIESaU Third ward long term UC 00W Third ward short term J J CLEMENTS Fourth ward A U HECKMAN The great common people would like to behold the Commoner as it steps boldly forth and denounces the imperial ism of tho southern democrats who are iBaerting their right to ignorant colored ninu consent but they wont That kind of imperialism govern the without his see it done iB all right It is the intelligent Filipino who needs protection by the great commoner from the assaults of his brutal fellow citizens General Fred FunBton has again shown wonderful daring by advancing into the very headquarters of tho Filipino rebellion and kidnaping the source of all the trouble It is confi dently expected that Funstona brave act will thoroughly disconcert the op ponents of Uncle Sams government and that the rebellion will Boon be a thing of the post With Aguinaldo in the power of the United States forces bis followers will have ...

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 — 29 March 1901

A I M SB Conflicting Reports of Action on Manchurian Proposal OBJECTS TO MANY POINTS Correspondent Who Announce ejection of Treaty Claim Vino That Capital May lie Iteiuoved Irom IVkliiK Mliiltrrt Not to Meet Until Committee ItepurU London March 27 The Shanghai correspondent of the Times wiring Yesterday says 1 am Informed on the best authority that the Chinese court has Instructed Ll Huns Chang to Inform the ministers of the powers that China has refused to sign the Manchurian convention nntl has nut I lied all viceroys to the same effect It Is further assorted that the court seri ously contemplates a removal of the capital from Peking London March 27 The Itoutcr Tele graph company has received the follow ing dispatch Peking March 20 The report that China rejects the Manchurian con vention Is not time She objects to uinny points under discussion China objected to the prohibition of the Im portation of arms and ammunition into Manchuria and to the provision forbidding China to constr...

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 — 29 March 1901

DIM II 111 MILLARD Lincoln Mnroh -8 Spoolal to Tun Nhws Govornor Diutrioli and J If Millard wero oloototl United States senators from Nebraska by tho logislaturo on tho fifty fourth and last joint ballot today Govornor Dietrich is olootod for tho short term aud Mr Millard for tho long term This roBult was brought about through tho withdrawal of Thompson lu favor of Dlotrich aud of Rosownter in favor of Millard After an inolTootual oauous hiHt ulght whloh contlnuod until 1 oclock this morning tho republican mombors adjourned to moot at 8 oclock this morning very much discouraged at tho prospect that tho legislature would bo obliged to adjourn today with tho doadlock unbroken Tho republicans wore slow in g t ting togothor In caucus this morning thoro bolng but scant outlook that anything could bo douo as tho autii still stood firman their determination not to vote for Thompson Sovoral inollootaal ballots were taken durlug which tlmo tho votlrg was spasmodlo Orounso on ono ballot recei...

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 — 29 March 1901

r kN m T y I lie hi Eighteen Bodies Recovered i From Wrecked Buildings PHOPERTY LOSS IS 350000 Terrific Storm Cut a rath 110 Fret Wlito Through the Southern Sectlom of the CityScores of Injured iteinoved to Fatally Hurt Birmingham Aln March 25 Short ly before 10 oclock yesterday morn ing a fearful tornado swept over the southern part of this city The num ber of killed Is estimated ut 25 of whom live are white The destruction of property is placed at 500000 Five hundred building were wrecked Eighteen bodies have been recovered and scores of Injured have been re moved to the hospitals Among the dead are Dr G C Chap man of the 11 rm of Tally Chapman who conduct a private lnllrinury In this city and the wife and Infant child of Robert 1 Lowe chairman of the Democratic state executive commit tee Following Is the list of Identltled dead and fatally Injured The dead Dr Q C Chapman Mrs Robert J Lowe Infant child of Mrs Lowe J Alexander little daughter of B B Hudson F Myro collector Union Mu...

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 — 29 March 1901

Thfcfloitfoikfleuis Wed lilto to keep yon hero always lair lady and gallnnt gotit Blxbys thought that thero is noth log nwcctor than n pohoolmanm unless it might bo two t ehooniaauiB Is perti nent hero If at times yon arc inclined to tlonbt that spring Is hero tnlto down your al manac tnrn to tho placo whero it Bays romothing about tho vcrnnl equinox read and believe Tho Ohndron Journal advertises a morry gorouud social by thoY M O A Wo hnduot learned that tho or ganisation permit Ud drinking at Itfl nodal fuhctlohs Thoso senators are not yet eliOMiti and tho cud of tho legislative soslon 1h in Might An agrcomont would bo a beam tiful thing to wind up with if It cannot bo sooner accomplished Tho World Herald want advertise ments continuo to show an active de mand for male help and that paper in consistently refraining from editorials denying that proRHrity is in ovidonce Onois confronted no frequently by tho expression HuRninn polico rocontly that ho is forced to tho conviction that...

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 — 29 March 1901

IT 7 r M r r V - LT H J BURIED THOUGHTS IHott oflm does the chor per ef dome Mene While toillnB t hit V of heaic nd nhock Find In Die hrrt price of nciered rock The ImprtM of rome fern thiit once hJ grown Full of MplritiR life iml tolor tone Deep In the forest where the thiilcm floek Till eitiRht within the xUmantlne UoU lit ly tor tgn hidden and unVnownl Po mny leintcoi9 thought hloomt In the mind lint untjprcrtcd droops down Into the toul And lira umittered In the silence there until fome opener of the oul hall find fThkt fcrnllke losrlled dream complete nd whole Una tnarul t it leuty prt eomprcl Alfred S Donaldson In Outlook OOooOOoooOooOOooOOooOOooop THE SPECTER jr uuiuviruui s o BY M QUAD g o n Copyright 1P01 by 0 D Lewis 0 800OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I The garrison of Gomckpoor in tlie province of Onilh India in the yenr H802 consisted of 4000 men and about half of these were split up Into small detachments and stationed here and there in the north to keep order among the hill ...

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 — 29 March 1901

U 8 TIUHV liWIIIIMIIIN Splendid Interest Taken in the Meetings WINNERS IN THE CONTEST MftrtliiRtnit Oft IlrM In Ornlcirloul liiiiilitm In Prrtlntiintnry unit fldlniyler In tlio lliiiiioroiiH OlanA NnrfnlU Jttnt Mnt In Stroud In tlm lliimitriiiM Olit Tho flfleonth minimi Houston of tho North Nohnultn ToncliorH association was called to order iu tlio Auditorium yoatordny nftornnon nlont 2 oolook with President II K Wolfo of South Onmlm presiding ltov S P Shnrplosa of thin city in vokod tho Dlvino blessing on tlio ntuooU ntlon Snporintondont F F Toal of tlio Nor folk hoHpltal for tho insano addrcsHod tho tcnohorn on Heredity A pnpor on tho Early Homo Llfo of Ohlldron prepared by Mrs Wolfo of South Oninha wttH road by Mrs Soy uiour of this oity Miss Edith Stocking of Wayno fot lowed with ii pnpor on tho InlluuucoH of tho First SoIioqI yours Mrs A D Pratt of this olty hud pre pared n pnpor on Soolal Kuviroumont wliioh wiiB rend by Mrs W G Hnkor J L Laird of Fromont addrusnod tho associat...

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 — 29 March 1901

if STOLE A BICYCLE Claronce Strong Tnke it Wheel nl tonct to Thirty Uy In the Coutitv Jail Atlar lleiMlln Oullty Olaroiico Strong 17 or 18 years of ago whoso parouts livo cost of tho olty up poarod boforo Poiico Judgo Hayes this morning pleaded guilty to stoaliug a bloyolo and was sontonood to 80 days iu tho county jail Ho was taken over to Madison on tho 11 oolook train by Constable Couloy to sorvo tho sontouco Tho wheel taken was tho property of school who a young man attending boards in tho country Ho rodo it to church lost Sunday night and loft it leaning ogainst a f enco whllo ho attended tho sorvloo Young Strong took it and hid it in a corn field and on Thursday rodoit to Meadow Grovo Soon after his arrival thoro ho was mot by Editor W P Evans of tho Press who soon established a record for ama teur deteotivo work Strong ongagod in a conversation with Mr Evans and represented that ho was an agent for Soars Roebuck Co Tho lattor quickly formed a suspicion that all was not right ...

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 — 29 March 1901

K WEDNESDAY WRINKLES P L Tracy is in tlio city ifrom Win ddo S S Mngutipon is in town from Chap aunn II Thompson is n city visitor from 3reno P A Harrison ofNiobrnrn is one of 3Sorf oiks guests Mrs Urnntcn nnil lunula Bruntoii of INollgh nro in Norfolk 1 11 Mnylard vn n visitor to tho county sent ycHtordiiy C 13 Burnhnm was Norfolk visitor jestorday from Tildon Miss Mnttio MoNish wentto Onuilia todny to upend n week Frod Mnnson head cook at tho Pacific lotol Jb ill with tho grip Knginocr K II Jacobs 1b removing liis family to Oakdolo today MIbb Mlnuio Miller of Wnkollulil 1h nt tending tho touchers mooting F J Hnlo of Bnttlo Orook nt tended to business yesterday in Norfolk Senator W V Allen wah over from aindlnou grooting his Norfolk frionds M D Tylor wont to Onkdnlo on tho early train to look after legal business M G Bloy returned yesterday from a short visit with friends at Plainviow Mm W 11 Buttorllold and Miss Buttot field loft yesterday noon for Chi cago Dr P H Salter returned ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 29 March 1901

X f When Children should wear glasses 1 When their eyes are not straight 2 When they cannot distinctly sec the blackboard 3 When reading if they squint hold the book sideways or too close 4 When they tire easily of reading or studying All sure signs thnt RTeat benefit will be derived from wenriny glasses Satisfaction guaranteed G f 01 PflQUAHDT Df of Ophthalmology NORFOLK NEBRASKA H E HARDY FUEL nflly fn a4U Mt C Var1 Bast U P Depot Phone 35 MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 300 square feet two coats Contains pure lead and oil Shown by chemical test there is no paint on the market equal to its durability and cover ing capacity We can vouch for this as we have handled the Monarch Paint for twelve years If you think of painting your house let us figure with you Wo can savo you money Remember our large stock of Wall Paper cheaper than ever Kiesail Drifg Bo Wild M ONLY At Johnsons Furniture Store 3000 Chamber Suits Selling for 3 i 00 1200 Dining Tables Selling for 900 2...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 29 March 1901

12 ikxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxicxxx m i - 1 Jg V v v a m t LV X X v re cwrTiunirr 1P01 nr wnATitrnnr citrwNitr Ann amck Munno iixutfriiATioNH nr li a oouita to haul nnd heave with those uiuI t him or ever to dip his sword hand In tho tar bucket If need bo Ho turned round sharply when ho hoard my nnme John Topp Is It I must ask your pardon for not recogniz ing you In tho serpents mouth Inst night You were a little bettor dressed I think last tlmowo hnd tho pleasure of meeting so my oversight Is perhnpj excusable Well Don John my feel ings on tho pajnt differ from yours Take earo Don Miguel Wo Imvo n superabundance of work people said I slgnltlcant y Ho shrugged his shoulders ITnng me If you have a miud ho said con temptuously Or we may follow your own device nnd mnko yau fast to a post down on tho strainl yonder at low tide You may drown me seuor drown me by Inches If you please for lnm to thnt extent In your power but I shall not bo your obedient servant Oh ho ho laughed tho old man who h...

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 — 5 April 1901

t vf i t T TTT 1 Neb Slnlo JiMlorli f 1 MB Wall Street Rumor Involving I Hills Interests BURLINGTON ROAD INCLUDED Btnntlonoit With tha KrlpNortlirrn rnrlllo anil CI rent NortliornFiptiM lloluit Ire pnroil tii Unite Thom tu Vutt Corpora- 1 tlon LIUo Stool Trust New York April 5 The Mnll nnd Express snys It Is reportoil In Wall street that papers wore beliifr pre pared for n New Jersey conomtlon to holil a controlling Interest In the stocks of the Erie Burlington North ern Pacific and Great Northern rail roads the leading properties In which James 1 Hill is Interested It Is said that the same plan will be followed ns was adopted In the utecl combination the shares of the larger company being exchanged for those of the constituent companies The purpose Is to enable the tlnnnclal Interests who are putting through the big deals to do so with less capital than would otherwise be required and nlso to give grenter permanency to the great nlllance The total capital of the four companies ment...

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 — 5 April 1901

2 mk 15 cent V ThcMorrfolkHcuus W N UUSE TubllBUor DAILY KMiUillthod 1KS1 iMrept Sunday Hy carrier lljmnllipr jwrWW YitljtkiftiB Killlnrlnl lift Ilunlntn Olllcft mul Job Room No S22 jcr tVKKKIY NKWS IOUItNAI The Newt MtnWhhml ISM Tlio Journal cMnlilUlicd Krerj Friday llj mull per jonr U0 enteral nl the PoMnnicc nl Norfolk Nob n cmul clnii matter M Whon n person 1h Into nowadays It Ib tvalto proper to ask if ho hoops UkIb1ii tivo time ThU limy bo Good Friday from i re ligloiiB standpoint but tnlting n meteor ological point of viow it 1h very bad It is said thnt thu sultan him nfrnlu agreed to settle tho clnltnsot long stand ing Tho American peoplo aro not nil Missonrians but they will linvo to bo shown in thin inntanco Anothor attompt httB boon rondo to Mil tho czar of llnssin according to a Vionna report A porBon of ordinary discretion should profrr a job hh dlhh washer in n second class reHtnurant to proaidliiR as rnlor of tho MuBcovitoH Tho PortHinouth Nowh ono of tho loading prov...

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 — 5 April 1901

i i a Russias Diplomacy Appears to Have Overreached Itself F0R0ING CRISIS IN ORIENT Southern Viceroys Win Out Against tli Iollcy of LI Hung Vice roys Will Hi lug Umpurur to rektug If lowcrs Say So London April 2 The Chinese em peror 1 am officially Informed htm In structed tin1 Chinese plenipoten tiaries says the Peking correspondent of the Dally Mall not to sign the Mnnehurlnii eonventlon even In a modified form Dr Morrison wiring to the Times from Peking says Ilie Yang Tso viceroys have enrrlrtl the day LI Hung Chang who wired Tuesday urging lhnpcror Kwnng Su to leconslder his decision received an nnswor that the thrones dcclilon In the presence of the unanimous ad- Ice of the chief piovlnclnl olllcials was Irrevocahle and that the Man ohurlan convention could not he signed In spite of her threats Rus sia seems disinclined to slam the door Negotiations hetween LI Hung Chang and M Ho Glers were certainly pro ceeding yesterday when M Do Gleis agreed to several formal changes of the ...

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 — 5 April 1901

H on m m China Gives Reasons for Not Signing Treaty KUSSIAFORMALLY NOTIFIED ll Hung Chung lain llpleumre of lint prrnr liv Ills Iro ltiiMlau Sentiment In I ICognnl l Proposed Mitneliiirlan i liHiil KHootnnl lllou to Itussln Poking April tThe Chinese gov ernment bus forninlly untitled Russia that China owing to the attitude of ho power In not able to sign the Mniichurlun convention It Is Chinas desire says tlit formal nollllentlon to keep on friend ly terms with nil nutloiis At present tdie Ih going through a period which Is tlio most perilous In this empires IiIh lory mill It Is necessary flint she nhntild have tilts friendship of nil However mucli hIio might be willing to grant any special prlvllcpo to olio power when others object II Is Impos sible that for the sako of milking one nation friendly slio shorld alleunte tho nympnthlos of all the others LI II nnn Clump says this lei tor set tles the matter dellnllely and Hint Rus pin was formally notllled to tho snmu effeet March 28 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 — 5 April 1901

JA P 1 hi n Swears Allegiance to United States Government GIVES UP HIS LEADERSHIP Follows Advloe of Chler Jiullco Arellano Afler luvtxtlgntliigr Trim Condltloni In the InlnniU nod KennuiicM Ilnvolutlou rjr 80111I1 Net Washington Aptll 3 Tho wnr de partment yesterday received Informa tion from General MncArthur Unit Agulnahlo lias taken the oath of al legiance to the United States under the terms of amnesty offered by General MncArthur by dheetlon of tho presi dent The dispatch conveying this In formation contained much 11101 o than was given to tho public The portion withheld related to the future dispo sition of Agulnnlclo and made sugges tions as to what thu late chief of tho Insurrection might accomplish No official statement could be obtained as to what llnally would be dono with the prisoner but It win emphatically stated that he would be held for the present but would be granted all pos sible Immunity consistent with exist ing conditions General MncArthur lias hopes that n gre...

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 — 5 April 1901

G The Norfolk flecas Tho pi ico of tnh o hops hops hns mined now i Anyway Emperor MoKlnloydocRtit hnvo to lino Ills bedroom with bollrr iron ns n protection ngalnM his enemies Scnntor Allons status Is settled Ho is n privnto citircn onco moro and thuro ia no vnontioy in the jndgeshtp of tho Ninth district Queen Wilholmina of Hollnnd haR or dered a 100000 Hauler gown It is to 10 hoped that sho doesnt sot tlio faslilon for editors wives Kansas will bo compelled to Kinolch Mrs Nation before tho proper enthusl nitu with which to celebrato General Jfunstons exploit can bo obtained With Pottlgrow defeated Aguinaldo raptured and Webster Davis lost tho outlook for an unti demonstration in tho very near future is anything but bright To bo frank about it we cannot ravo over this Rlolgh riding business just as April is about to dawn It has a frigid aspect and dont augur well for early radtBhcs Tho autis thould at onco begin an agitntion in favor of life imprisonment for General Funston as a fi...

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 — 5 April 1901

i i ROBING VERSUS MEN -v How do the robltu know v When Its time to ro How rn they tell when the thy U it hand To lee their neets ml fly Awy to the southern runny Und Where the blue t In the tkyT How do they know Ere the north winds Wow fringing the chill and the Ice and mow Why do they nucr toolltbly wait KllrtlDR with chance and tempting ftcf Ah the rolilna are wiser tar llian some men arel They take no chancci nor fool around Thinking because today Is lair Tint tomorrow good cheer will till abound With never a woe nor care Thinking because things come their way In clutters today Good luck has Fettled with them to May I The robin proceeds to get out ol the wet While the sun Is faithfully chining jet I Chicago Timcs llcrald 3 v THE MAN UNDER THE BED M AD Copyright 1001 by C 13 Lewis mS3S I hnd been In Farls for a couple of piontha living at n family hotel and nocking nbout tit my leisure when 3 mntle the acquaintance of Felix Duchene ns he called himself He pvns a man of about 30 an...

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 — 5 April 1901

a l t 8 HERS MB K Most Successful in Associa tions History LECTURE ON LIQUID AIR Short HtiKlurM Srmlnn Till Montlng Uaiiitrlii Work of llm AmoHMIiiii Wiuulcr of i Nw lliMlil ICtplnlnml KitlcrtnlnhiRly liy Pnif K WnmlUiiil Pnm Sntnnlur While tho session or tho North Ne braska Teachers nHAOolntlon practically cloned with that o yesterday nt cruoon thorn wns u short businonH hob nlou hold this morning to cmuplnto tho work nml nt this time niOHt of tho mom bors haTO roturnoil to tholr rospootivo lioniPH Tho session has boon oiitinoiitly successful from ovory point of view nml thoso who attended worn more tlmn plonsod that thoy woro nblo to bo pros lint Oounty Suporlntondont Ornin of Mud ison nml Olty Superintendent OConnor of Norfolk woro two Important factors in contributing to tho hucoohh mid plciut uro of tho mottiug Tholr ouorgioH woro constantly being exerted in bnhnlf of tho association nml it it momborri With tho iiiil of tho local teoohorH and tho oitlKcn committees tho session ...

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 — 5 April 1901

SATURDAY SIFTINGS Frank Minko was up from Stanton ostorday Dau Shnnnou was dowu from Hos kins yestorday Wm II Hill of Ponder was a Norfolk guost yostordny J R Philander was n city visitor yes torday from Dixon Carl Horst of Madison hnd business in Norfolk yoBtorday E A Gilmoro of Emorick was a Nor folk visitor yesterday 0 J Bornor of Ewlug was in this metropolis yesterday A G Moyors of Buttlo Creek trans acted business hero yostorday F P Arnold was transacting business in Norfolk yestorday Ho is from Foster Tho next association to meot in Nor folk will bo tho North Nebraska bankers on April 23 0 J Stockwoll doparted this noon for Yankton S D called thoro by a telegram announcing that his brother was dying Miss Anuio McBrido accompanied hor friend Miss Batohelor to her homo in Fullortou today and will visit for a week Peoplo wanting to chango thoir ndvor tisomeuts in The Nuws must hand their copy in during tho foruuoou to iusuro attention MiBs Charlotte White of Way no county was tho...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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