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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 24 May 1901

i r i fl i u a i H P m i tv KI MS A H CI Challenger Dismasted by Sqwill While Edward is on Deck IniGGINQ BROKEN SHORT OFF p Isaster Occurs Off Cowes While Ynchts Arc Maneuvering for Start Llpton Will Yet Race If Allowed Time for Repairing Southampton May 23 Tho cup chnllcuuor with King Edward mill jmrty on bonnl wiih dlBiiuiBtuil yoBtor ilny by squall off Cowes ImIo ol Wight Tho king wlio wnu on illicit buil ii inlrnouloiiB oBcnpo Tho top mast niiiliiimiHt nnil bowBprlt wore broken short off Tho illBiiHtur De clined whllu iriimiitlitiH woro bolii nndo for thu Blurt ofT tho llrniulilur buoy Whllo tho two Blimnrockn were mn i iouverlng fi Hi Htwrt Hininll rami rwlthont tho slightest warning mill the bowsprit of tho Shamrock II wnu cur rloil nwtiy Blunt Tho extra Btrnln thus thrown on tho topiniiBt proved too much for tho itpnr It whipped hrolie nnil doubled off to leowunl currying tlio whole weight of tho hnchynril nnil Kiiir over tho Blilo In n torrlblo tnnglo AltuoBt iib the topmnst...

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 — 24 May 1901

t 1 i V i i Mrs Bonlne Confesses Sensa tional Washington Shooting MURDER MY3TERY 13 CLEARED Wife of a Commercial Traveler Says 8he Fired the Fatal Shot Claims She Was Lured Into Room at Ken more Hotel by Ayres Washington May 21 The mystery attending tho killing of JamoJ Sey mour Ayres a census clerk In tho Kon moro hotel early last Wednesday morning nnd which because of tho pe culiar circumstances surrounding it has aroused Washington moro than any tragedy lu several years was solved yesterday by a voluntary con fession from Mrs Lulu I Donlnc a married woman and a guest nt tho houso that she fired the threo shots which ended Ayres life Mrs Bonlne whose husband Is a drummer for tho wholesale drug houso of Dowltt Co of Chicago explained her pros nce in Ayres room at 2 oclock In tho morning by saying that ho had come to her room complaining of a chill and asking for medicine and hail Induced her to follow him to his room to talk over matters of dlfferenco be tween them She said that sh...

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 — 24 May 1901

I J nflfl Tfc The Norfolk rleuis Now it is reported that Shamrock It hns bonton Shamrock 1 but Shnmrock 1 in not tho Constitution Tho Doers have Mown up n British nrmorcd trnin just to keep them in formed of thu fnct that tho war is still on Tho Sionx City Tribune is of tho opinion that manipulators of tho polit ical innchtnoR will not join in tho inn ohiulsts strike It is said that servant girls unions nro being formctl and tho honscwifo should nt onco form n trust then tho problem would bo opeu to solution Tho Inst few dnys hnvo nlmost been -warm enough to cntise mankind to hopo for tho curly nppenrnnco of thnt shirt waiBt nbout which so much Iiub been unid Mrs McKinley continues to improvo in health and tho nnxloty felt by tho people regarding her condition Ih greatly relieved by tho encouraging reports Bout out Tho bnnk BtntementB recently pub lished throughout tho country furulBh evidence thnt tho recent Hurry in Wall street has not discomfited General Prosperity a Uttlo bit Th...

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 — 24 May 1901

X 6 v t YOU KNOCK NO MORE Tt Is ncrt tint the later years arc roll And veld of blooms that made lifes rringtlro pwect Tta thai alone the way no more I hold Your hand and hear jour hearts remembered beat Tit that In desolate mansions at the door Dear heart you knock no morel Tla that your dwelling now no lonely wms And In the starless midnights 1 can hoar The rustle of the curtains In my dream Knowing that but the Rhost of loie la there I Tin that 1 stand a shadow at the door Dear where you knock no morel Tli when the depths of all my noul are stirred With ilonatc prlcf for a remembered day Thcro cornea this thought Did 1 not mlsa notne word Whlth might have made the Hunt shlno on your way Porno flower might have lifted from the dew Dear to the lit of you Oh lonely dwelling neatli the withering Tine Once bright with bloom now loot to all de light No wreath of Imp the ruined garden twines Out of the darkness comes Good nlghtl Good hlghtl Never UwhI morning at the lonely door Dear for ...

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 — 24 May 1901

1 ANNUAL BANQUET Jtrinliom nf tlir Wrilni KilH OliiliOlnlimln tlio OIoi of llir iur Work ill thn lliituniir Tholr IrrlilonU rVumBntitnliv Dully The annual banquet of tho Wednes day club wos given at tho homo of tin tmmitlont Mrs N A Haliibolt loM evening and was hiMrtily enjoyed by inomborsof tho club and tholr guests ho beautiful evening congenial com pany nml delightful program of arrange ments uniting to contribute to tho pleasure of thorn participating Tables woro laid in tho parlor nnd dining nwm uud wero olemintly decorated In tho club colors of green lvltl white tho condolnbru being shaded to conform to tho gononvl ellot Sweet scented cut flowers likowio lent their oharin to tho ooonHiou The club having niiiiio a ntndy of Shakespeare during tho punt year reminders of tliit mitiior woro numorous among thorn boing quotations from his works placed at oiioh plato that were peculiarly adapted losomo characteristic or ovont in tho lifo of tho person sorvod Tho fol lowing was tho me...

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 — 24 May 1901

s V s SATURDAY SIFTINGS Miss Stella Lullurt is on the sick list 11 Lucas of Foster was n city visitor yesterdny Dr II G Leisering of Wnyno wns in Norfolk yesterdny Ariel Crnlg wns iu Norfolk yesterday from Battle Creek 1 F Hunsou of Tildeu bnd business in Norfolk ye6terdny M F Perdno wns n Norfolk guest yesterdny from Wnyne Miss Hartley is down from Tilden to spond Sundny nt homo MiB Hnttic MeKim is spending n few dnys in Omnhn this week Mrs Anna Hnll of Bloomfleld wns n Norfolk visitor yesterdny Dr OhiiB A McKim went to Fierce yesterdny on special business G W Meyer of Neligh wns a visitor yesterdny iu this metropolis II P Shumwny of Wakefield wns in the city yesterdny on business F L Culver is hero from Lircolu looking after business interests Miss Josephine Butterfield is expected to return from Chicago tonight 13 B Kenyon hns returned from hi trip to Minnesota and North Dakota Judge Bnrues is to deliver the Memor ial day nddress nt Wnyno on tho JJOth Mrs J Bishop nud Mrs Hayes o...

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 — 24 May 1901

ri - 10 TUESDAY TOPICS J R Lnno of Wlsnrr win in Norfolk yesterday O F Far of Miullson wns in Nor folk y est onlay F D Prlnco vib down from Battle Crook yesterday Goo P Damon was a olty visitor yes terday fron Wnyno H Frnnthorn wns n Norfolk visitor from Blootuflold yostorday W 11 Buoholz lnft tills morning on a business trip to Clearwater Paul Leach representing tlio Collier Hook conipimy 1h in tho city 1 0 Hcrrington mado n business trip to Madison this morning Hov F P Wigton and wlfu of Os luontl iiro visit ing Norfolk friends Mrs Frank Uollonbock of Columbus is tho guest of Mrs Elsie Dosinond Robert Utter was ii passenger for Omaha on tho early morning train Mlnb Host Oliiis Vail of tho Oxnnrd nmilo n business visit to dunlin today A E Campbell expects to loavo to morrow for a trip to Nashville Tumi Mr and Mrs K M Sinclair of Hattlo Crook woro Sunday visitors in Norfolk Mr and Mrs Goo D Buttortlold camo down from Croightou thlH morn ing Mr and Mrs J W Warrick of Moadow Grovo wor...

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 — 24 May 1901

W 1 X v r Wft W KW IXOW an w ESTABLISHED 1070 IF Ifl DOUBT Where to go when your Wntch needs repairing try MARQUARDT You mny have tried ninny wntch milkers paid u great deal and the Watch is worse than ever My WATCH HOSPITAL is intended for that kind J ywtV mtft to cun at a tnwll cost Fine Watch and 1iwiihy re pairing left with us promptly and cnrefully ntteuded to C F W MARQUARDT JEWELER NORFOLK - NEBRASKA i parish Has received through the kindness of J Mr Burr Taft from j his old home in 1 Vermont a small lot of NEW MAPLE SUGAR This is the real thing and you t can depend upon 20c per lb t T MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 800 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 We can save you money Remember our large stock of Wall P...

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 — 24 May 1901

i 1 m i n mm i wNHmwnw V2 trii 4 -- X v- i xc I JOHN TOPP MAT 5f - By Wcalhcrby Chcsnoy and Alick Munro oorriuaiiT loan ny wuATiirjHir niraitKr Ann aijk jiumio luusTiaTioNrt iit it a UUU1TAH niArrat xxvn Hello cried Alec HKiiuwIint In It en buck ill litis uiHNpcctctl iiiciMliiK Hy nil tlio uli 11cIiush In Spain Don Ml Kticl del Ciisiiimnio In tlu Hi Mill Ah uitill sunn llnil to your ewt hc roliltor VouM inetslinl jour unit 1c HiIh lime Scnoi Captain Iieliiiul Tel Imps so saiil Alec iitiioiuniitil ly Hut pardon tny HtirprlHo wiun I Imped j oil woie a glio U Ioiik hko Too wlukutl to I to ill owned oh V Tlio Spaulaid whipped out a venom ous oath and elled to IiIh men to Hie again A broadside oiiimIumI over our dock too lilli foituniitoly to do much injury to tho low lying Mull liut our Iuiik Kim was dlKinauilcd and our how Hjirlt Niiappod ofi wlioit Just outslde tho KiiniiiionliiK Then Indeed for awhile tlio liatlle raged In grlni led earneat With the forvHtay catrlcil away uo could do...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 31 May 1901

Si I WTI if m i i i V r TH3 NOEFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOUMAL ffl IP 18 II Picnickers Carried Over Schuyl kill River Dam PARTY FAILS TO HEED WARNING Oarsman Tries to Go Through Lock but Finds It Closed and Becomes I Confused Drawn uy uurreni uvcr Falls and All Sink but One Philadelphia May 31 A row boat containing a merry party of eight young persons wns swept over Klat llock dam In the Schuylkill river yes terday and seven of them six girls and one boy were di owned The lc tlms all of whom were Phlladelphlans were Mamie Connors aged 17 Sal lie Cantrell 17 Mazlo Kennedy IS Maud Uuttor 19 Mamie Sullivan 21 Florence Bond 21 Bertram Osmond 19 The party was composed of members of the Elm Social club one of the nu merous associations In this city or ganized for tho promotion of picnics nnd other social functions The above named persons with a large number of others organized a picnic for yes terday They embarked In gaily dec orated wagons early In tho morning and pitched their camp at Rose Glen...

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 — 31 May 1901

til V ThcJSiorffolkl4cu4s W N UUHK PuWlphvr Rthcj dij lJctit DAILY KrtnMlriiril ISM pirjit HmulAy Hr currlor liy mMi prr jrnr ow Ifr wrKKiY n ivs i or una i Th Nwt Mtnhllriimi ll Tlio Jnvmml orlnblUlifd 1M7 KTrj Prlilny Hy mU prr jenr lM Entfirwl nt tlin lnttnfllr nt Norfolk Nnli n rotul clftff mnttrr Titlrnlioniw POIIorlnl DrvnrlmMil No IluMnnM Ulllrfl nml Job lio toomr No 822 1 If Norfolk is to baton harvest homo Itival this full now is tho time to settle Iho question and tophi tho preliminary work Tho Globo Detnoorat is of tho opinion that Bryan is giving moro attention to Missouri politics thnn ho in to tho oli lies of Nebraska bocanpo ho knows that Nebraska has loft democracy for good Irat is anxious to save Missouri to his party La Prosse n Purls uuwspapcr is of tho opinion that tho yntikeo peril HiroatoiiB moro disaster to Knropo than tho yollow peril that called forth tho recent expedition to China Tho ynii hoe peril are boxers too that is boxers of merchandise and nro not l...

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 — 31 May 1901

v m i i Supreme Court Gives the Gov ernment the Best End CONGRESS THE SOLE ARBITER Ruling Requiring Return of Collected I Duties Affects Only Transitional Period Between Treaty Ratification and Special Enactment Washington May 28 In tho United States supremo court yesterday opin ions were handed down In nil but two of the cases before that court Involving tho relations of the United States to Its Insular possessions The two cases In which no conclusion was an nounced were those known as tho 14 diamond rings ense and the second of the Dooley cases Tho undecided Dooley case deals with a phase of tho Porto Klcau question and the diamond rings case Involves the right to tho free Importation of merchandise from tho Philippines to tho United States The original intention of the court had boon to adjourn after yesterdays sit ting for the term but discussion of the cases passed on took about 5 hours bo the court adjourned until today when It Is presumed tho remaining cases will be passed up...

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 — 31 May 1901

5 I 1 m n in pi Cuban Convention Accepts Con gress Terms VOTE IS FIFTEEN TO FOURTEEN ftndlcnls Fight Hnnl nt the Finish and Abuse Conservatives Those Who Voted In Affirmative Designated as Traitors Forced to Retract t llnvnnn Mny 29 Tho IMutt amend ment wiih accepted by tin- Cubnn con cdltutlonal convention yesterday by a tvoto of in to 1 1 The ntlunl vole wan tin accepting tlio majority roptn t of the nmmlttco on rilntltniH which oinbod fled tho nniiiiiltntiit with explanations of certain clauses Tlio radicals made ii hard fight nt tlio last inoinont and 1nrtuondn Gome nnd Tainayo bitter Jy arraigned tlio conservatives Sonor TTntnnyo wiih particularly vindictive uid doilniod that ovorybody wliti votod tin favor of tl o Piatt nmrndniont wiih a ftraltor to IiIh country Tlio conven tion compelled lilm to retract tlila wtntement On Bovornl ncensloriB nor uonnl oncountorH seemed lininlncnt Gomez spoke for more than nn hour nnd tils speech undoubtedly won over Cnrtro Robnu and Mnndnloy H...

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 — 31 May 1901

X President Breaks a Custom and Travels on Sunday JOURNEY IS MADE ENDURABLE Providential Rain Tempers the Hot Sandy Wilderness for Mrs McKIn leys Benefit President and His Party Reach Ogden Ogdou Utah May 27 The presi dential train traversed the Btato of Novada yesterday and reached Ogdon at 630 oclock la3t night At this season of the year tho ride across Nevada is exceedingly disagreeable The heat la opprosslvo and tuo dust from tho desert Is frequently blinding Fortunately for Mrs McKlnley one of those heavy rain storms which so rarely visit this region swapt com plctcly ovor tho state Saturday night laying tho dust and tempering tho atmosphere It rained also several times during the day Tho weather seemed almost llko a special Inter vontlon of Providence for tho benefit of the gontlo sufferer Dr Itlxey re ported that Mrs McKlnley was stand ing the trip very well She suffered no inconvenience from tho rarlfled at mosphere Tho day aboard tho train was passed without Incident Tho pr...

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 — 31 May 1901

m Theflorfolkpicuis A New York young woman has mod n coif et firm for fOWH damages cnuno they used her picture ns mi adver tisement Mr Bryan linn been invited m wmiv Taimnnny on tho Fourth of inly but tho organisation decided to invito nun only utter a heated discussion Tlio oast stems continniilly inclined to revert back into the enemys couutry Ilinno nro hajipy under good prices which prevail under tho Dingloy law ivnddld prevail under tho McKinley lnw Thoy look hack at tlio Will on and Mills iaw periods with a feeling of relief that the tnrltl reformers ivro not at present at tho heliu Tin llcniis Omaha Ban company is one of tho moet tntorprlHing ilriun of tho metropolis Its Intent scheme iH to lit up an outdoor exercise ground for tho employes of tho institution TenniH oourtB u hand twill court and croouvt grounds will l arranged Tho x ry party 1h not likely to bo popular with some of Now Yorks so ciety women At ono of these enter tainments tho machine disclosed a silver n0ou hi...

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 — 31 May 1901

V A r feALLADE OF A STUBBORN LOVER NrvfT klm hf pvt lilm hrn Swift Mir vatilKlitd from out lilt tight Lout fRIra in mrikh ftn IMitivrhor ulnrrn cf tlic wUctinT light fitanth m lie nd her faithful knight Tlmt lnclrfd thf toulil not KRlnnay Murmuring not at her nuudcn Bight t Ah willow nd udladiyl r i Back hf turned to the haunts of mm V Mingled In with thr hitter fight r Caught the thrtail of the world again Nrxt r doubting In all 1cile Knew no wrong that n not her right Smiling still In the olden way Not resenting a fancied alight lfct Ah willow and welladayl JLft Rfckeil he little in passing then Whether on him would eorrow light I Thus to wander from out hl ken Fading arid dltappenrlng quite Though he bent to her heautyi might Never a prayer had he to pray Curw on him for A etuhliorn wight Ah willow and welladayl fNTOT Prince when the harda of earth rerlff They ttrikc the chords and insistent par Bomc will love though the loved one smite Ah willow and welladayl Kmest McCtflcy in J...

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 — 31 May 1901

eh 1 Ihi m Ml W W fe33C 8 DEDICATION AND BALL Norfolk Itiilgotif iih Will Upon IlnNinT LoiIr mul Mult Idiom Willi irnprlnli Cxriiiioiili n Prliliiy From Monilnyn Unity Elks lodge hold Its first mrnt i ik In its now lodge rooniH Saturday evening At tlint meeting flvo candidates wont initiated into tho order mid arrange niontH made to dtdlcnto tho hull nnd club rooms on Friday evening of tliiM wook Tho dedication ooromony will 10 hold ut 9 oclock in tho evening mid thin will bo followed by a reception and ball Visitors will bo Rlvon nu oppor tunity to inspect the now olub rooms whilo tho ball will be held in tho hull on tho lloor nbovo Tho following nnniod committees woro solootod to ar rniiRO tho details of tho nlTiir On Invitation Messrs Buohnl Powers Tracy Koenlgsteln iiml Wil mordlng On refreshments Messrs Parish Speur Mid Mopes On dunce Messrs Mayor Hriinsoh Hnso Cnshin mid Davenport On reception Messrs Mnylnrd Towers Durlnnd Thompson und Wnllorstedt On music Mossrs Greono Bundic...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 31 May 1901

If u n wf 31 SATURDAY SIFTINGS iuss ijupv wiinnnis ion on tuo noon i train for her home in Omaha Sheriff J M Cherry of Wnyno was in town today on olllcinl bnMnefs Tho salary of the Norfolk postmaster has been increased nnothor flOO by vir tue of the iucreaso to business Tho infant child of Mr and Mrs S L Miler of South Norfolk died yesterday nfternoonaud tho body wns tnkou to Tihlen this morning for burial Father Thomas Walsh drove to Battle Creok last night where he was on tho program to make an address nt the graduating exercises of tho school nt tuat place V O Fry former day clerk nt the Oxuard hotel has made arrangements to take charge of a hotel at Jefferson Iowa He and his wife left this morn ing for that place MJbb Nellie Morrow returned at noon today from Emerick where she hns com pleted her school work Miss Dollie Stevens accompanied her home and will visit n short time Dr A E Scobee will leave Moudny for San Francisco where he expects to make his future home and will form ...

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 — 31 May 1901

f y 1 l 10 A STRICT QUARANTINE Couurll Take Mrwutrr Townnl a Morn Hlghl IJiiforcrninit of Simtllpin ttPRtitnllniM Tho oily council mot in special session again Inst ovoning upon cull of the mnyor for tho purpose of considering tho smallpox sit unt Ion nuil to take stops toward enforcing a mnio rigid qnarun tlno There were present Mnyor Koonlgsloiu nud Counollmon Brum imincl Dcgnnr thlo Spollmuii Wester volt niul Walkor Absent CnutiuUiiuii Clements nuil liOW Tho ntiiyor Mated Hint iniuiy com juaints wore buiitK nimlo to him that bniunmutino rules worn not being properly obferved hut tn tho majority ot riim fi investigated tho complaints wero found to ho without foundation Councilman low entered and took JiiH pout with tho council A motion prevailed tlnvt hereafter no quarantine ho raised until tho building filmll hnvo hcen thoroughly fumigated according to methods niul iiiHtructiotiH of tho city physician Tho mayor was authoriod to put on jiu extra patrolman in addition to those alro...

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 — 31 May 1901

y JU A MlMIIIMIMWIMIMMWMllM SMALL PROFITS is nil we nsk on our beautiful liuc of Watches Clocks Jewelry and Silverware SEE OUR GOODS GET OUR PRICES We have every facility for do ing line Watch Work and Jewel ry Repairing promptly C F W MARQUARDT JEWELER NORFOLK - NEBRASKA ttmftn J PARISH Has received through the kindness of Mr Burr Taft from his old home in Vermont a small lot of NEW MAPLE SUGAR I This is the real thing ptncl fti 4 - J w can depend upon it J I 20c per lb I YOUR HOME will look barren and cheerless 110 matter how much furniture yon may have if yon dont have the walls nicely papered We have a pleasing selection of Damasks Ingrains Glimmers and Blanks at prices to suit the slender purse Remember we handle the Monarch Mixed Paint the best paint made KIESAU DRUG CO Have you seen the elegant display at JOHNSONS FURNITURE STORE Elegant New Goods Far pnrpassinR anything ever before teen in Norfolk Beautiful Couches Made to order in any style of coverings Chamber Suites from ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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