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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 8 February 1900

R kV Thcj4oitfolk JSietas Kimtuoky ii rntUlotl tti n front pow whon ltcomcH to polltiVni ovnUcmonl Tho Fremont Trllmnn miyn Tioiiom ocrnts will not unrooeil mnlriiiK tho public bollovo Kviitnotcy troubiii 1h Tuy lor nimlo Tub Kivm will nrimmt it nlco oliromo o tho jicrson who will Hint correctly niiBWor thotimntioii Who Ih iruvimnr orKontnoky It 1m cut ront ly roportiHi that thoy pin poso to prism n lnw In Kentucky whioh will mnko it illoKiil for man to carry morn than ono nun Cannot you notico a Hort of llatnosH or halMirartodnnHH in tlio WorhMlwaldH praiao of Mr Hryan hIiico tho hIIiik of iiiKratitndo took olluct Many nud HorlouM olmrKiA liavo boon brought against Mark of Montana but no ono has yet acouHod him of not pay ing tho Montana logifdatorH all thoy woro worth Sonator lottigrow Ih tho mar attrac tion in cougroriH thin hohhIoii Tlio rccortlH of litohfork Tillman nod Mood to tho Uridlo Walto aro ooiuplotoly over Hhadowod Tho mast or mind dlrooting tlio Hoor onmpaigu in South...

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 — 8 February 1900

a 19 if l V l t i t FRIDAY FACTS Mrs M Shousoy of Olarks Is in tho city Poto Barrett loft last ovoning on a trip wost M L Scott of Wnhoo was n city vis itor yostorday 0 S Htiyes tnndo a business trip to Pilgor this afternoon Judge BnrncB is homo from ii profes sional trip to Koarnoy W I Hight oxpocts to lenvo for Don vor on Monday for u mouths visit John R Hays returned last ovoning from a professional visit to Omaha Tho skating is said to bo lino and skating partios aro tho order of tho day Goo D ButtorfloldnndwifoofCroigh ton Bpout tho forenoon with relativos in tho city Suporiutondont RoynoldB of tho F E M V inado a business trip to Omaha yestorday Ohas Farr of Ohadron has oceoptod tho position of stenographer in tho law office of Mapos Hazon County Attorney Tylor haa rotnrned from Central City whoro ho was look ing after business interests Mrs Ezra Durland was obliged to roturn this morning to Omaha on ac count of tho serious illness of hor daughter Mrs Rutouber Mr and Mrs II G ...

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 — 8 February 1900

y H u i TUESDAY TOPICS O S Hayes wns n paswiigor for Miner nt noon 1 It MnuniiiK of Wnyno 1b n Norfolk -visitor toilny K 1 Ourrln was in town ycstordoy from Albion oo N Heels nindoii busineRH trip to Foster today Uus Lodus of KdKOWiitor Turk is on tho nick lint U V Wolvorton is u city visitor to dny from Pierce Ohns Crockett was visitor yesterday from Hloomfleltl H C lluss of Piorco was n Norfolk visitor yesterday 1 0 Phillips of ieiiou was a elty visitor yesterday Miss Miibol Austin of lloskins was in Norfolk yesterday- W Tallmt of Kullorton had IiiihI ness In Norfolk yesterday Mayor 1 K Simpson niado n businohs trip to Orchard yesterday lotor Fltoh shipped in n ear of cattle from SUm City this morning it Is said that throo inches of snow on lho lovol fell at Plorco yesterday V 1 Donnor is under tho weathor nt his homo on North First stroot F V Thonias mid 1 13 Scobor was in town from Wnyno yostordny MIbs Thntoh of Madison was shopping in tho Sugar City yostordny Mr mill Mrs Kd Mnr...

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 — 8 February 1900

iw If V i i t I Economical Shoes nro nover cheap shoes Shoes Hko Pingroo Smiths mens J womens and childrens nml Drow Sojby Shoo Gos lndios slices nro truly ecouomicnl j becnuso thoy I Will Outwear two pairs of chenp shoos nuil aro not high priced at that If you hnvo riovor tried them wo would advise you to do so Davenport Bros NORFOLK NEBR j SIMPSONS CORNER Offico Hanlys Coal Otllco Tiro insurance Farm and City Loans and Ileal Esttvto Como and sco mo J E SIMPSON ARE 2 Maybe your glasses are f JUST EIGHT Mnybo y not X our frame is slightly bent which spoils X tho good work your optician has done for you It may bo that and it may not If your glasses are X not Just Bight you are better without thorn When you are our way drop in and talk it over X It costs you nothing I C F W MARQUARDT X OPTICIAN t NORFOLK - NEBRASKA i Tho AVeutlijr Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum temperature l Minimum temperature i Averago 3 Snowfall inches 1 50 Pre...

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 — 8 February 1900

v V K Xi i i l 1 8 A Country Lass llrnltli in licr lcnitiinj eyes ItcnKli in licr toning check lienlth in her merry lnujli Yet country nit nml country hours ennt save her fioiu the common exnetience of women nil cxjHrirnce which dulls the eye jules the cheek nml turns the lnugli to n aiuli Wotimnly ills come to almost nil The most severe mid painful of the diseases which nlTcit the ilelicntc orpins usually attain their severity tnronjli neglect or tlirotijli llu un skillful tientiueiit of local jnnctitioil ers YoiuiK women should he warned thnt irreuiilniities and dehill luting drains are onlv the piecursois of niote serious tiouhle if inoKr tieattiieul is not obtained Disease never stands still The deeper looted the disease the mote dillicull the cute Or lietces lfaotilc Prescription has been the means of curing thousands of women many of them in the last exttemitv of disease It is a medicine for womans ills which does what it was made to do and never dis appoints any woman who giv...

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 — 15 February 1900

r i i v i t fr WARSC The Norfolk Weekly News D fiirmnnce a llrllllnnt Military Feat Oiicrntlom In HUmllng Uuit Storm llrltlih Inni Arc Sinnll London Fub 15 Tho British army for tho first timo Binco tho war begau is inside tho Boor frontier Lord Roberts with nt least 40000 infantry 7000 cav alry and 150 guns hns turned the Ma gersjoatciy ljuos ljeforo wUioh tho Brit ish forces have boon encamped for ten weeks and with half of his corps ho is already operating on Froo Stato terri tory A battlo has not yet been fought bnt large tactical advantages havo been gained Tho relief of Kimborloy is within measurable distauco and tho way to Blootnfontein is appreciably easier The dispatches of Lord Roberts sketch three days work Tho forward move ment began on Sunday whuu Colonel Hannay set out with a brigado of mounted infantry for Itamah on the Riet eight miles from Jacobsdal one of the Boer supply stations Oa Mon day General French with tho cavalry division seized tho crossing of the Riet riv...

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 — 15 February 1900

V X w i I ii IM Thef iottfolklNkuas W N UUaH Iubllrtlinr DA1IV KMablUlio1 t SS71 Kvcrr iln nxcoiit Suiitli Itf rnrrlnr inr wook IS cotil Hy mull por jnnr JalOi WKKKIiV KMnMlnliPil HHI Ktory Tlmnnlny Jlly y r M o Kiitnrnil nt lm rootolllod nt Norfolk Nob n I pro ml clam mnttnr Tnloilionrt No22 Tholcont Moorohiud Minn is W iucliPR in tltlokneiw wlillo nt Sioux Oily it Ir 1 1 inches At Norfolk it ih Iwh thnn 10 whirli hiilloiittvt tlmt Nohrnskn is n long wny frm in tho nlon of mncro wintor wnuthnr A Yankton S I boy drank n pint of whtokoy thu otluir ilny in onior to not an empty bottlu to noil Thats tin way fiomo moil do liusiuow HohWos spoiling ill cpntH worth of lljiuor thin lad lost his lift all for u il cout bottlo If ho had Uvud ho would undoubtedly huvo boon a howling pop and ousmIiik tho corporations thu rioh man nnd tho Kovornmont becausn ho couldnt do bUBincss on that linn Tho dairy biihiniWH in connoction with farmliiKi has boon thu mnkiiiK of Homo of tho status furthur oast ...

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 — 15 February 1900

I MTIB ARE LOIR State Board of Transportation Makes an Order HEEDS NORFOLKS PROTEST Rates on Freight of the First Class Reduced TBOTRAOTBD MEETING OF BOARD Afternoon mill 12ciiIiib IhIimi Up Willi tltu iiiiitlniitlon ol Wltni hhuh llfitrlni Hold Itufoio u Iiiiko UiohiI ol llittiitiit mI Sir tutoM Front KrldiijB Drills Tlio btftto board of trnnsportntion which 1ms recently coino iuto public notieo from tho fnut that it hits lately nwnkcucd from u Hip Van Winkle sleep lusting bovoiil ears and is now making a protouBO of earning tho salaries paid tuu momborfl arrived in the eityat uoou anil at 2 oclock opened tho heariiiR of tho caso of tho Noiiolk Business Mens association against tho O St P M As O raihoad company on tho clmrgo of discriminations against Norfolk business men in tho matter offioight rates Tlio hearing is being hold in tho city hall and there are present 1 Cornell state auditor who is chairman of tho boaid ot transposition J P Mosservo frtato treasmor 1 13 Wolfo laud co...

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 — 15 February 1900

thnt tho froight rato conhl not lo llgnrcd by a person without reference to distnnoo Kdiodnles nnd other forum kept on fllo Mr Meservo Mnto treasurer naked n number of questions which hml tho ap pearance of nil endeavor to Initio up tlio witness or induco questions fnvor nblo to tho dofondnnt Attorney Free interrupted him with a lllppunt roninrk nnti Meservo stnted that he nuked tho quoMions purely ns n nintter ollnforinn tion nnd wnntcd no slurs oust upon tho board lie stated thnt he kept n public ofllco nnd that tlio records over which lie presided wero open to public inspec tion His comparison wns to the ellect that if tho schedules or tho rnilrond company were accessible to tho com pany that should bo snlltciont us It wns in regard to his olllce Tho Ixmrd expressed n desire that tho homing should he hurried ulong us much time wns being consunted in re marks on this point They wero as sured that other points would ho brought out in duo time hut it was considered necessary that 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 — 15 February 1900

A a j MONDAY MENTION O F Butler was a passenger to Madi eoii this morning O K Hofftunn of Gordon was n Sun tiny visitor in Norfolk T P Meuiminger wns in the city yesterdny from Madison Aug Kuro wont to KnnsnH City Mo this morning on business Mr nnd Mrs Ed Murphy hnvo re turned from their visit to the oust MissAlico Onrrio OoulIVr or Pierce wns n visitor in the city on Saturday John Keimors nnd P Roimers of Grnud Island wero city visitors Sutur dny Dr 0 II Tnylor tho eye specialist of Yankton arrived in the city tliis morn ing Marshal Widaman 1ms returned from his visit to Petersburg and is again on duty Goo L lies is homo from South Dakota visiting with his family lor a few days Chas Harding canto home from Omaha Saturday ovening to spend Hun day with his family Mr and Mrs Walter Webber of Wayno aro guests of Mr nud Mrs Robert Utter in this city John Friday leaves tomorrow for Monroe Wis whoro ho will visit his mother four or live weeks P A Beeler of tho firm of Heeler Bros left yes...

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 — 15 February 1900

l The Hofolk Hems lust think litnv imitli mntr riiil for future stories mill nnvoN is lylntf nnuwl tlui caiujia ind on tin Imltlo IIoUIh in South Africa nml tin Plitllpnlnus Olio liuiitlivil ywir K it root tdilit crntsoanli to Willi lot lers any ilMuiin uiiilor forty mills anil cimiIh twh foi any iltolnnVo lift wwn 00 anil oo hiIIoh The Nnliniskiinluto fair is to ho lnhl in Miifoln ftiptctmlmr i to S anil many nm now woinloriiiK what tin- Omaha follows iitvKoiitrt to tin thin fall in an mi iMVott to at It not thocrowil Irosiilonl MiKinloyH imposition to Kivo lorlo Hieo fron traiio with tlio ITiiltoil Stalls is inwtiiiK with llorco op position from tlio inti rcsts of tho renin try Tlum ittuM ho soiniithiiiK thiitltilly wroiiKwith tho riar milk tun of tlio eountry Wo hiivu not yot utm a liriiml nainiMl tioni Paul or Ikier Do thoy rcalizo tho urauil opnortunily tliiy tiro The WiStinnhoiiso coiupiiny has con traptod with Hiifsiu to nttiip nil tlio railroads of that country with air hruk...

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 — 15 February 1900

J t i h I Economical I Shoes 1 t 5 4 arc nover chonp shoes Shoes liko Pingroo Smiths mons 3 womonfl unci childrens and Drow Solhy Shoo Cos ladios shoos aro truly economical becnuso thoy Will Outwear two pairs of chonp shoos nnd nro not high priced nt that If you havo novor tried thorn J wo would adviBO you to do so j Davenport Bros NORFOLK NEBR SIMPSONS CORNER Offico llanlya Coal OHIco Firo insurance Farm nnd City Loaus and Real Estnto Como and sco mo J E SIMPSON Just What j t t Your I Eyes Need Well tell you after scientifically testing them This service and advice is FREE If glasses are needed wo select the best and most effective kind and charge moderately for them C F W MARQUARDT OPTICIAN NORFOLK - NEBRASKA The Weatlior Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum temperature 4 Minimum temperature 2 Ayerage ij Snowfall inches 00 Precipitation CO Total preoipitatiou for month Earometer 2900 Forecast for Nebraska Generally fair and continue...

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 — 15 February 1900

v 8 His Terrible Cough l cw things nte so ilcprcssliif nml wenkctiitiK ns it roiistnnt cotifli lfew lliitiKS - n ttiscoiinijjhifr as n cough tluit will not yield to treat ment It iMi nks in on tin- niellis icst It interferes alike with busi ness and with pleusuie AIhivc all the iKTslstiMit cough constantly sug gests the thought of that diead dis ease consumption with its lingering agony Dr lieiccs tiolden Medi cal Discovery cities coughs when all other medicines fail Idealise it is more than a cough medicine The 1 In II II Kllllhlnlll tt MiCJIIt Whntdo tlio Children Ilrlnk N Dont givo thorn ton or colloo Hnvo you tried tho now food drink culled Grnin O It is delicious and nourishing and takos tho pliico of colloo Tho nioro Jrain O you give tho children tho moro health you distributo through thoir sys tniB Graiu 0 ifi inndo of puro grains nuil when proporly propnrod tnstos liko tho choico grades of cortoo but costs nbout ii ns much All grocors soil it lfi coats and 25 emits stood inm...

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 — 22 February 1900

r1 The Norfolk Weekly News n wnm MlllAUltMl Lord Roberts Casualty List Forebodes Heavy Losses GEN BAETON BEFORE LADYBMITH Hit Brigade Ilcnchr the Illllt Uomninnil Iob the Tnmi nwl lti Relief Appnr to Be One of the Event of the Immediate Fntnre Fight IlrllUh to RUnilntlll London Fob 23 Lord Roberts list ef 40 killed and womidod offlcero in cluding two Ronerals in tho engage ments up to Sunday croning cauroh anxiety especially as in tho ofllcers list neither the lossos of the Welsh and Es box regiments nor those of the mouuted infantry are included ThiB is about tho number that fell at Ooleuso where the noncommissioned ofllcers and men brought the total lossos to 800 It is coubidercd straugo that when sending his casualties Lord Roberts gave no in formation us to tho result of tho fight ing If ho has sent sueh a report tho ofllco is withholding it Moreover nothing is known as to what took place Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Tho absence of details from Lord Roberts dispatch contrasted w...

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 — 22 February 1900

i i The JSLottf oik fiuxs W N HUSK PubllrtUor Kvnry ilnr week 15 cent DAILY KUMIlioil issl1 nxcopt Sniulnjr II- liy mini pnrjnnr p ii trior 100 lio r WKKKIY KMnlillsliml 1SHI Kvnry Thursday J Hy mull per jrmr 1 V 1 1Kntoroil nl tlio IVMtilllon nt Norfolk Noli n ocouil rliifK nnillor Tolnplitinn No 221 It is MirprlsliiK tJml I ho TlttiiH Trilmno should loom it nooessiry to Ufoml Hr position on a oMion wlioti thin impcr ntroly if ovor Hpeiika its sonll jnoiitson nny Htilijoot Is it hoiiio otlicr poraonH Htuitiniontstluit it is roplyiiiK to or aro its nnnurks fiiitiirml by spou tnnuouM combustion iw it woro Grcort mid nKKNiiHllzuiuotit is an othorcutoh phnmo oiiloulittocl to nilsloiul In roforriiiK to tlio Iliilippinos Tlioru tiro tliousantls of unloiit oxpiinslonistB thnmKltont tlio country who iro no moro iilTcotod with grooil nnd nKKrnn diRoinoiit tlinn nny of tholr noiKlibors Thoy cannot liopo to k by supporthiK oxpansion oxcopt lis tholr country tfnlns Thoy nro of tho linn convict...

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 — 22 February 1900

X i V Place Is Occupied by General Hart After Little Fighting BOERS FOROES ARE FALLINQ BAOK JLrnvliiR Poltlniia Hold In Itrltltli Torrl tnry to Dofonil Tlwlr Own Mnaalnjj to Iroirnt ltobert AtHiuicliiK lnlii Trmi I vnnl Torrltut Itctrnnt iif Crtinji I TiONDOv Feb 21 Nows litis boon ro solved liuro tlmt Goncrnl Hart hns occu pied Oolcnso ivfter n slight oiiKngemont London Teh Bl Tho Hoers um leaving till tho positions held by them on UritiHh territory and are eonecntrntiiiK for tho dofonso of their own Sir Red vers Duller thinks they are about to iu i so tho sicgo of Liulysinitli and this is the largo news of tho day General Olenients reports that tho forces eontrontiiiR him aio greatly diminihhed Tau thousand men aro estimated to have gone from tho Coles burg district alone Tho Hoers aro also retracing their stops from Znluliuid Tims they aro relaxing thoir hold on all hides in order to assomblo to oppose Lord Roberts Ho is pressing on stead ily toward Bloomfontein This is n shown b...

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 — 22 February 1900

fc i iflr X FRIQAY FACTS H H McPhcrHon of Sohuylor Ib n city visitor It Scognr is nick nt his homo on South Fifth streot Mrs Granger Is sick nt her homo on Second street 1 Siinplslns was down from Monilow Orovo yesterday Judge M H Foster is in tho city to day from Mndlson K A Bullock wns a passenger for Lincoln tliis morning John 1 Hughes of Btttlo Breoh wns i city visitor ycBtorduy II Morcr tho Madison tobacco ninn U in tliu city on luminous Geo Koechig of MndlBon is In tho city calling on Norfolk friends Mrs TVul of Oniiihii Is In tho city guest nt tho homo of 1 1 Hull Chas Kico and Ueo Holler wuro passengers for Mndlson this morning Geo L Hoh loft todivy for South Dakota to roHiinio IiIh work In tlmt torri lory Miss Laura Dnrliuul wont to Plain view on tho noon triiln for n short visit with friends Malinger 0 1 Sprooher of the tele phone oxohango went to Mndlson thiB morning on IiubIiiobs Mr Goo L lies entertained n fow friends nt whist lust evening nt his homo on Norfolk avenue ...

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 — 22 February 1900

J 4 lk J Lo X H 1 TUESDAY TOPICS Miss Mario Uloy wont to MiuIIboh Sunday Mrs Q P Kudor of Hadnr was a city visitor today A K Oleson of Wisner was in Nor folk yoBtenlay Henry Dennimi is up from Omaha visiting friends Miss Kato Stafford mndo a trip to Omaha Saturday John Davenport returned to Sioux City this morning Mrs J Stolo of Madison was n Nor folk visitor yesterday Jus A Oliuo was n Norfolk visitor yesterday from Miudou Miss Ella Peed of Plniuviow is visit ing at the Nichols homo Ktlitor O P Moutross of Battle Creek was a city visitor yesterday P W Melcher of West Point had business in tho Sugar City today Miss Otolia Pilger returned yestordny from n visit to friends in Madison Fred Klontz sr who has been on tho sick list is now improving somewhat 4 Spencer ButtorCeld wont to Creightou today to visit at tho homo of his brother Kov S P Sharpless is homo from Holt county whore ho held services Sunday Miss Minnio Maas left today for St Joe Mo where she will outer a millin ery houso...

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 — 22 February 1900

Mil r r r TheHofolkrleuis If tlio lUHWi nnny in Houtli Afrlrn dont got smiHlictt on tlio lMf tlmy in Homo olinnpoa or KotliK U Iho boiling of tho politliiU pot Iiiih win soimnvliut ntiiriltil by tins spoil of wcnMior but It willlm sivlliiK inoiirneot UiiHyoiirloiiKlmforothi umiiU tlmo of ninthly tho Hi- MMin ronMin liiM lniin illm ovnicil for tho rurly ronvimtloiiri Mark lluuim inli iitls to kill Hrynn oil- by nxpoMum to virly snrltiR wont linr in hitm iir pint form BlHiHhis mill by worklim lilm ovor tlnio lust two youii Tlmrmliy tbo luttlishlp Muliio wiw sunk In Hiiviinii burbor Mnny ovontH buvo Impponud hIiiih tlmtilulo whlih loud ouu to tbo bollof Unit tlio ovontwiis duly d up liropiiiitoly riiiiniiiborod Onlbiirtson of thu Ira olo Km Hiiyn Violation of tbo law of tint urn do not nlwnys sliorton llfo Many uion liuvo livwl to bo ovor nighty ytiirH old yot liavo obowoil tobmuo hiiioUimI drank mid voted tbo doinociatio tiokot nil UinlrliviS Uopoits from vmious puts of tbo country ur...

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 — 22 February 1900

M is X P t J M i f n Economical Shoes nro novor chonp shoos Shoes like Piugroo Smiths mons womens ami ohlldrous and Drow Solby Shoo Oos liulios shoos aro truly ocououiical because they Will Outwear two pairs of choap shoos and aro not high priced at that If you havo never triod thorn 1 wo would advise you to do so Davenport Bros NORFOLK NEBR SIMPSONS CORNER Ollioo 1 Irmly h Coal Ofllco Firo insurance Farm and City Loans and Ileal Estate Come and see ino J E SIMPSON i I DO YOU KNOW that all childron who attend I school should have their Eyes tosted onco a year According to the latest information gained by the examinations of school chil dren it has been proven that 20 per cent have some eye defects which should be corrected with the proper glasses Why let chil dren suffer with poor eye sight when science has provided a rem edy G F W MARQUARDT OPTICIAN NORFOLK NEBRASKA THE Automatic Wringer Is guaranteed by us for Five Years from date of purchase If any part breaks or wears out during...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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