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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 December 1900

r it EH tL i i V V ftV Pi L HEARTS SUNSHINE TTV Oh If only thone who lore ui wfk Would but Ull ui while w lira P I And not wait until llfet Journey KmtiHl U bcforo they Rite The unlit w huncrrril titer Tcmler wordt we longed to hear Which we lUlened or hut vtlnly Por many i weary year I There la much of pain and norrov All must hear and lctr alont Yet how helpful li the tutiahlnt Of t cheery look tnd tonel How It brighten up llfet pathway And dlapeli the thadowt grim And restores our shattered Idols nhlrh wc built In daja now dim I Then bestow your sunshine freely 1 Let It shine from out your eyct Let It speak in warm hand premium Let It breathe In heartfelt tight Let It cheer the fainting spirit Of tome brother in distress Let It thrill our jarring voter With t note of temlemcu For In tmlni fellow mortal ill V ft M We beat serve the Father too And in lightening their burdens Ourt grow light tnd fade from rlew And t Bjinpatlictlc nttura That vibrates to othert needs It t bit of loda...

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 — 14 December 1900

V ti TheJSkifoikHwa Whon Is thnt proclnmntl n to bo Is nnod doing awny with tho Fourth of July President MeKlnley iiiuhI 10 for getting ono of his Important duties Ho didnt oven recommend Its nliolltion in IiIh message to congress Tho Fremont Trlbuno is of tho opinion thnt If tlio price of hiy doesnt soon comedown pooplo In purls of tlio Htnto will bo reduced to tlio econonilcnl method of buying older down ns n sub stitute In tho st lifting of bod ticks Tlio present session of congress Is crcntiug n record us n buslnesH propssi tion Hills nro being hustled up in n lively milliner mid it is seldom thnt iv bettor showing 1ms been Hindu thiui thnt by tho present untlonul body during tho Abort tiniu it has loen in session South Dakota did tho thing right dnriug tho rocent elect ion Out of u total voto of less than 100000 MoKinloy received n plurality of almost lfiKH votoB This wiih Pottlgrows home Htnto too uud tho result inuy bo taken to menu just n littlo emphasis ngniust his politics...

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 — 14 December 1900

n - v 3 V V -V V V V v J M -- t i i i i i i j t s W a a a a JOHN TOPP PIRATE By Wcathcrby Chesncy and Alick Monro oornuonr lfTO irr WRATiiKnnr chishkt and auck xunna lIXCarllAT10N8 UV U O WULTAB THE NORFOLK NKWP FRIDAY OECEMRKK M 1900 X 1 h K a J 1 - Vay k x - V - CHAPTER IV Three dnys had pnssod since our nd vcnturc in Don Miguels house nnd ns 1 hnd lienrd no more nbout the broken crucible I began to hope that If there had been n storm It had blown over But on the fourth morning after brcakfnst my father told me to follow him Into his study nnd 1 guessed that nu uncomfortnble hnlf hour was lu store for me I was not wrong John said my father what were you doing at Don Miguels house three nights ago I went to rod Inez I replied trem bling but defiant Do you often go Yes father WhyV He wns looking at me so gravely and he spoke so quietly I knew he was very angry 1 thought however that the boldest course wns the best so I spoke the plain truth Because Inez is my sweetheart Your sweethe...

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 — 14 December 1900

- Ft MR 11 II Omaha Doctor Gives Points on Ventilation WANTS PLENTY FRESH AIR Tliltiltn diuretic S0I1011I ami Ollinr Iuli lln llutlitliiRumn Oflon Ititirnpnrly Von lllntort CoiitJiRlnii Itroctln In Foul Air Thpitnr Not Hml lloftlth Ooinmlnslonor Vlotor It ColT mnn of Omnlm In an Intorvlow with a Boo reporter nmlcos roiuo roiimrltn oon oomliiR ventilation t hut 1b npplioablo to othor towns and oIHoh ns well ait Omaha Lnok of froflh ulr unci HUiiHhino nro responsible for nnioh IIhoivho in Onmhn yot it BooniH to bo Impossible to Itnpross janitors of ohurohis sohools nntl other pnblio bnildiiiKH witli the fivct Unit na ture has supplied thtwo dlHinteolimtB In nbundnnco and Intended that they should bo used freely Tho chnrohos nro tho grontesb ofTondorH Kntor nl most any ohuroh In tho oity Sunday and yon will notice how ford and musty it smolls to n porson who has boon walk ing in tho fresh air You will Hud Mint people nro cough ing in diiVorent parts of tho ohuroh Tho siugors will proba...

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 — 14 December 1900

dropped and got under the mid in his endeavors to mmmwmm INJURED IN A RUNAWAY C 1 Heel Intnly from Mlnnourl limit Cut niut HritletMl About Noon Today During ii Iltiiiiiuuy From Saturdays Dally Ait old gentleman named 0 G llcols who 1ms recently arrived from Missouri was very badly though not seriously injured in a runaway today about noon Ho hnd loaded his wagon with house hold goods and driven to Main street near tho Paellc block whoro ho assisted his wifo to alight Noticing that one of tho traces wuh unhooked ho got down on tho toniruo to fix it One of tho linos hoists ftot recover it tho team was startled It soon broke into a run going south on Sixth stroot Font timo Mr Heels retained his position on tho touguo but ho was finally thrown off his foot catching in somo way and ho was drag god until tho stouo crossing on Madison avenue was reached when his boot camo off and ho was released tho wagon passiug over him Ho was bidly cut up find bruised mrimii tnfu wpm broken or torn loos...

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 — 14 December 1900

I Ml l fl M 10 DUPLICATE WHIST RpHck of llilrrrKlliic Oninrn IMnyed Iiist Sntunlny K rtiliiR From Tuesday Daily All interesting evening nt duplicate whist was spent Inst Sntunlny in tho rooms of tho Norfolk club plnyors from Tho Heights being matched ngainst lovers of tho game from tlio wont sldo At table No I O II Reynolds mid Hurt Mopes from Tito Heights played 0 U Salter nnd ludgo llornos from tlio West Slilo tlio former being two points ahead ufior 111 boards liml boon ployed At table No J 1 0 SMtt mid A 1 Durlmid represented Tlio Heights mid P II Salter mid U II Tracy tho Wont Side tho Heights toiitu winning by ono point Twolvo bounlH worn played At tnblo No t P Stafford nod W O linker of Tho Heights woro matohod against Or Hour mid Morris Mayor of tho West Side Tho Heights was ono point ahead Twolvo boards woro plnyod Tnblo No I was occupied by J II Maylard nmP M O Hazou of Tho lloiRlitnmiil Frank Suitor mid V II HucholK of tho West Side tho latter winning out by two points In...

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 — 14 December 1900

i Rubbers Overshoes Felt Boots Felt Shoes Felt Slippers Leggins All Sizes and Kinds Davenport Bros THE NORFOLK SHOE HEN The Norfolk feed H11 PAY CASH and BUY CHEAP One Block West of Creighton Depot CORN OATS CHOPPED CORN AND OATS CRACKED CORN SCREENINGS BRAN AND SHORTS FLOUR BON TON SUNSHINE SNOW DROP RYE FLOUR CORN MEAL WHEAT GRAHAM RYE GRAHAM Phone iai ART McCOY Proprietor To make room for two carloads of ele gant new goods now in transit we of fer our present stock of Chamber Suits Dressers Iron Beds Bookcases China Closets Rocking Chairs Lamps Dinner Sets Toilet Sets Fancy China and Carpets at greatly reduced prices for a few clays only This gives yon an oppotnnity to secnre many valuable and nsefnl Xinas gifts at Bargain Prices as well as the ffnest stock in the city to select from Chas li Johnson THOMPSONS CASH GROCERY SWEET POTATOES NAVAL ORANGES ALMERIA GRAPES HEINZS MINCE MEAT CABBAGE ONIONS BALDWIN AND GREENING APPLES and in foot everything in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Th...

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 — 14 December 1900

if V El V 12 BOOKS WD1NG Roblndhig Old Honks and Magazines H BRUMMUND Noxl Deans lnint Store rlh St MRS H H HULL Manicuring Shampooing Ladies Baths Rooms on NorLli Ninth Slroot VHKN YOU WANT A UUUi SHAVE or BATH JO TO W 0 Halls Barber Shop MAIN tVr TI1IHI HOOK HAHT W KOI7HTII L L REMBE Practical Plumber and Steam Fitter Aconcy fr tlio Myoro Forco and Wind Mill Pumim Prices Right Satisfaction Guaranteed on all Work Firat door WoHt of Post Ofllco M C WALKER -1 m ARC tMCXCEUtrJi fDHIHC IMOVAL euctj SJiS DC DRAIRU in FLOUR - FEED Oil and Gasoline TELEPHONE NO 88 GRSEILER Sale and- Boarding Barn Horses Bought and Sold on Commission Braasch Avenue and Third St Nasal CATARRH In nil Ita stsRea ttiero should bo cleaulluess Elys Cream Balm clonncAootheK and licali thu diseased ineiiiliruuo It cures catarrh and drive nwny a cold In tlio head quickly PHONE 44 Crcnm Palm Ib placed Into tho nostrils spreads over tho nicmbrano and Is absorbed Hcllof Is Im mediate and a euro follows It Is not dryin...

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 — 21 December 1900

hi The Futolk Weekly News Journal 8 1 Tribute of 25000 Brings Young Cudahy Back Home STORY OF ABDUCTED BOY Men Who Tooh lllm AtltRnil Tliey HVrn OllliiiNlllliiilliililcil mill Tiilull In Homo Near south OiiuiliiilrUitr Scut liy Kill Hliiiir Ki irlxiil at Cililuliy Itculdoiice Jiiiuliu Doc Jl Twenty live tliou Knntl tlollurs hi gold was the pticu paid by Udward Cudahy tho lnlllloiialro pucker fur the return of his sun Ed ward Cudahy li who was abducted by n gang of kidnapers early Tuesday night The conditions under which the out laws were willing to release their vic tim were dr tailed lu full In a letter received by Mr Cudahy at his house Wednesday noon nbout three hours nfter the llrst coinniunlcntton had been thrown Into his yard by n man on horseback It came through the mulls and reads as follows LpIIit Si ut liy KlilnnprrK Omnlui Dec 11 11MH Mr Cuiliihr We hnvu kldiiiKil your olillil mid ileinunil Jri 000 twpiity tht tliousaiiil dollars for lilt flnfo return If you rIvu uh tho m...

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 — 21 December 1900

v w X - v- JBEELERBR0S 5B 1 LA vM U no pruotlce oi nazing is receiving a rigid investigation at the Weht Point military sohool and it iB to bo hoped that the praotico will bo discouraged not only in that sohool but in all othor schools and colleges Tho strange part of tho practice seeiuB to bo that those who have suflered indignities at tho hands of their fellow students nre fore most in inducting others through the disgraceful proceedings If students muBt have an initiatory ceremony it had better bo one that could receive the sanction of the faculty One might be arranged providing for lots of fun without danger to the physical welfaro of the candidate The practice is strictly forbidden in most schools but the etudents seem to suffer no great incon venience oy tnese rules wnen they are fully determined A better way to con trol the ceremony would seem to bo for tho staid old professors to enter into the spirit of the occasion and use their influ ence toward a safe program As in other...

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 — 21 December 1900

y II 11 IB Missing Son of the Millionaire Packet is Safe at Home KIDNAPERS ASK BIG HANSOM Letter Coiitiiluliitf Their Ultimatum I lliimiu lulu rrimt Varil of lteltleiieu it Uniiiliii TMeuty llii TIuiiikiiiiiI llolliu Ankfil Ifi Out of lluok liv Two Men Otnahii Dee LM Ed wind Cudahy Jr returned to his fathers homo this morning about 115 oclock llo came alone Edward Cuduhy Sr re fuses ti siiy a word concerning I lie circum stances under winch his son returned Young Cuunliy had hicn absent for more than lb hours anil Is believed to have been held a prisoner by kid napers who demanded and received a ransom for his return Efforts to secure definite anil detailed Informa tion concerning the matter after the return of the boy were fruitless Mr Cudahy merely notllled the police headquarter that his son had re turned and the search for him might be given up lie said the boy was In good health and that was all Then the Cudahy family retired for the night the father worn out with his long sieg...

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 — 21 December 1900

ii Their Turn to Licc Stamps on Express Receipts BEVENOE BILL IS AMENDED Itntc n liter I Meil itt lU0 IV r llarrel Pcliito iu llin MriiHim I SullcM Tun ItfH In llm Seiiuli Washington Dee It The house yes terday adjourned without disposing of more linn hall the war rooiiuo icduc lloii bill Gcnoiul debate closed al 2 oclock after which t lie bill was oitcncil to unicndnioiits under the live minute rule A determined effort was made to reduce Ht 111 lurthor the tu on boor bo low tin coiiiinlttcc i ate of 110 a barrel hut the ways and means cum ml t tee overwhelmed the opposition The committee however sustained two signal defeats In connection with the beer tax Payne offered an amendment lu the language of the hill passed by the house lat session designed to abol ish the use of huuiII hcer packages one tdxtoonth and one eighth barrels hut It wn deieateil hy 8 to III after charges that Us purpose was to crush out the small hrowers Another defeat oc curred Jn connection with the amend incu...

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 — 21 December 1900

T -I A HOPE - Wi wrry herif am mi who ultent jrror Amid tlie hidowt of Heme wintry night Vtioo depths 1s obscure tlie npirlta IIrI t Wlt thou and witrli for thr i l lni Mynji a HrrnRth it hcr ticjoml scot And tlmt Rlorloualy winging lut flight 6hc noon tny iroun thee with her thlnlng I bright And glad new vlftaa for thy lslon ope I Tti hrra to ghe the thought a golden wing inc ttumtirrlng Inula of promise tu avakn Till like the wilding lilowonia of ff tyring Trom wintry toll the fluwcri of Joy thall break And moat musically the foul hall ulng Kirgcttlng all It MidMM and its ache A Fletcher In Woman Home Compan ion THE LIE THAT WAS IMfY totti 1 WT2 s4 ---- Is It good to toll n I Il Tony Inuglipil Yes Bumctlnios innybe Listen lie threw Ills bend buck nml gnzed nt me through IiIh hnlf closed lids I will not use Ills broken English for It wns not much broken nnd he was n good story teller Said Tony Her name was Marcla She was blind She lived here In this house In Polk street You know th...

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 — 21 December 1900

0 ThcJSiottfolkJSleaia Tho Russians are giving ovidoncu of advanced civilization Thoy hnvo ro oontly purchased 700000 worth of rice for distribution among tlio destitute OllillOBO In 1800 tho pooplu of Nubraskn owed 7000000 bank taxes Thoy now owo but 11000000 another ovidonoo of MoKiuloy prosperity which should not bo overlooked Tho ohiunpion corn hunker is now oc cupying tho nronn mid issuin hln nn mini doll to nil comers Ah untinl kohio nplondidly overgrown whivokorH ixro being told nhout htm Tho prohibitionists nro well ploasod flint there voto in Iowa tlilH yonr wns 0603 Quito u voto to ho sunt hut iw MoKlnloys nmjority was 1000H thoy hnvo n fow to gain hoforo thoy can hopo to enrry tho statu ThoPnpllHon Times is of tho opinion thnt if Govornor lSloot Diotrioli nindo affidavit to contributing to n hnniuot nnd sotting in P to tho iMiys lio hut did what every othor candidate for publlo ollloo him douo but which thoy will not toll Tnstioo AndrowH of tho Now York bu promo court him...

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 — 21 December 1900

vp i r y w i fflN fW as w t1P w w K wM K K 9 PS S Vt WN II IIIH H l ll t K m X X a X JOHN TOPP PIRATE By Weathorby Chosnoy and Alick Munro oorriuoirr 1900 mr WEA nirniir ciihwkt and iuck mundo UX4JST1UT10N8 11 T II a OUUlTAfl THK NORFOLK NKWS FIUDAY nKOKMMM 21 liXK 1 w n K a S av a M S sm v h x s O s - s s - v - - ClIAlTKH V Thelirlg Surrey Hills wns engaged In the Vonotlnn trade anil tlUI the double voyage twice a year Iler owner was Master SlnimondM of the Cheap and n good servant Khe liad been to liliu linvlng fought her way backward and forward between London and Venice ngalnst the united forces of wind waves and picaroons for nearly Ave and forty years as tho evidence of many a scar on the timbers of her hull and on the faces of her crew could prove Our first voyage out was a thorough ly prosperous one Even the dreaded bay of Illseay was for once as quiet as the most timorous landsman could have wished Arrived at Venice we bartered our homely English goods for a enrgo of line g...

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 — 21 December 1900

VMi r i n in Jos Sayoor Is the Victim of 1 Robbery WAGON IN KRANTZ BARN IuMlnr Think Hurry Iljnn I Oiillly f the Tlirfl nnil 1I clt In Inll Wlillo IH mmliiRllin Mutter CtinrKitl llh Uln turbine Ilia Imri From Tiitwlnyc Dnlly Tho livery Imni of loliu Krnnt was tho pcctio of connldentlho rxoitninont 1Mb morning which culmiimUo in tho jafllnR of ouo of his hilporw on tho charge of disturbing tho ironiii iMttt ovniug n number of Itallun peddlers rniuostcd iwrminsion of Mr Kraut to hnul thoir wngoiiH into tho barn for tho night nml ho allowed thorn to do bo TIiIh morning thoy dlraivorod that ono of tho wngons hnil heon oponcd nnd a quantity of goods vnlnnd at about flfl taken Tho look had boon broken nnd was replaced with a now ono which tho koy of tho podtllar would not lit Tho jwddlar noon had a nmnbor of his friends on hand and thoyllHgun inn iiiK impntntlonH nt rnndom Mr Krnnt 1old thorn tlint ho know nothing what ever of thoir goodR nH ho had gone homo early lust evening nnd left th...

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 — 21 December 1900

B VALUE OF BEET PULP How the lnniipm mill Fiictnrle In Hutu Dlnpoxu of mill Ilniullo Dm Troil Hi I Herbert Myiiek writing on tho valuo of BURtir beet pulp Buys in purt Tho pulp romnluiiifi after Migtvr is extracted from tho beets ifl closely utilized by nil Gorman factories Tho product of wot pulp is equal to about hnlf tho weight of tho original beets Wet pulp as it leaves the factoiy contaliiB So to DO per cent water Such wet pulp if sold costs tho farmer from 160 to 2 o per ton taken at factory dump tho pree do ponding upon valuo of other feed grain and fodder If tho pulp is old and drained of iitf water but in n good Mate of preservation it may fetch more money than iu its green btato and is certainly worth moro to feed because it then contains less water Many factor ies dry tho pulp until the romltitig pulp enko contains only il to 12 per cent of wntor Such dry pulp sells for lo to ff per ton of 2000 pounds di ponding upon tho price of coal and freights It requires nn immeuso q...

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 — 21 December 1900

ii 10 TUESDAY TOPICS V 11 Huehola wan it ntwiwMiKor for Omaha today H K Owtm arrived hint nlcjit from Cheyenne Wyo Dr mid MrH H D Tanner of Hat tie Greek nro o ty vltiitorH today O O McMonnKol und W H Jooloy wero pnosiiiKOrs today for 01 iram MIph Laura lluokondorf lnw accepted position iib oloilt lit llin Fair Htoro Tho county ooimnlsslouii H will meet In regular mhnIoh nt MuiIIhoii tomorrow 1 N Hundifk watt iv jinfhiHKT for Uuinhn on tho oiuly train thin Dr P 11 Salter watt called to Vlnnldo thiRiifleruoonto commit with DrOhorry cf tlmt pluoo There will bo n mootliiR of llin Blue lodge A V fc A M tomorrow nlht for work in tho M M decree O K Doughty returned liwt niMit from South Oinnlm whom lio Iiim boon plaoiiiK furnaoett in Owon limn now llOllHCH Mrtt 1 K Simpson ontortnlnod tho lliirmony olub Inst night nt duplicate whist Dilnty rofroRhineutH woro served ami it vory ploaHiuit ovonlnj wnH passed William Hnokondorl hatt so fur ro oovorod from hltt recent attack of ty phoid that h...

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 — 21 December 1900

fc ta 11 1 4 Rubbers Overshoes Felt Boots Felt Shoes Felt Slippers Leggins All Sizes and Kinds Davenport Bros THE NORFOLK SHOE HEN Holiday buyers will miss it if they dont boo Ghtw II JoIiiisouh Mammoth Stock before making their purchusiH He carries goods that would make suitable gifts to auyoue aud is selling regardless of profitn He has the latest and most stylish fur niture nothing second hand or bhop worn A full and complete assortment of dishes from a complete dinner set to a pin tray Plates aud crockoiy of most beautiful designs Statuettes pictures and almost anything that wo aid en hance the beauty of a home A large assortment of handsome lamps with more on the way Beautiful rugs and carpets in a hand some array He is making prices that are selling and is almost too busy to talk but the goods speak for him Not only is the main store room full but up stairs and in the back room are goods enough to stock several ordinary stores Chas H Johnson THOMPSONS CASH GROCERY SWEET POTATO...

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 — 21 December 1900

If i i fnKyum 12 BOOKBINDING Roblnding Old Books tllld MnglVlllOH H BRUMMUND Next Deans Paint Slum filli Hi i - MRS H H HULL Manicuring Shampooing Ladies Baths Tisikimioni No 117 Rooms oil North Niulli SlrooU WHKN YOU YAHTAH0Cf SHAVE or BATH JO TO W 0 Halls Barber 8liop main tvr Tiuun noon kamt ok kouutii L L REMBE Praciical Plumber and Steam Fitter Agency for tho Myora Foreo imf Wind Mill IuiniM Prices Right Satisfaction Guaranteed on all Work First dtnr West of Post Ollloo M C WALKER ARC vv C 9 tWDtCttttO rDHTM IMOVAL OaSl DC DlCALKIt IN FLOUR - FEED Oil and Gasoline TELEPHONE cuius von OATARRH Elys Cream Balm Kasy nml pleasant to use Contains uo in jurious drug It is quickly absorbed lives Helief t once seGotN ey oraii V rrUAl rioaratl AttTTirK z io SZA lSroCVWVc NO 88 GRSEILER Sale and Boarding Barn Horses Bought and Sold on Commission tlra tAch Avenue and Third St mis CLKANSINO AND HKALING PHONE 44 CATARRH wy5k Allays tho Nasal Inflammation Passages lUUU malbftlaf IlcaJa ami Pr...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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