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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 3 May 1900

TheflorfifolkHetas W N HUHI3 PubllHhor Kvm y ilny wiwV Is emit DAILY IXnlilloliPil IW otroiil Huiiilnj Hy Hj iiuitl mt j cur ffl enrrlnr MM WliltKLV IKMnlilUlimt IVil Kvory Tlmr la Hy mull pnr nnrIV Kntnnil M tlio lNntitllc lit Norfolli Noli locuml clnsK liinttnr 1 Tiilniiliunn N 221 HEIUBLlCAN TICKET lllltlilnlllll rorViiKrnHmniiTliinl Dlnlrlrl JOHN II HAYH mr Norfolk Tim Hi nt n convent Ioiih or I ho three fusion pin ties have Immi culled to moot in Lincoln on Inly 11 at i oclock in tho afternoon to noininiito stale olllcnrs and presidential electors A Wyoming lmtohor iidvurllHiw those NiIiiuhIcii corn fed steers NohriiHlcu steer fed with Nebraska Try Tho corn iH uboul iih pilntnllo nn nrticlo or dlot iih any epicure need dcslround ho Is getting juntly fiuiions Under tho doinocrntio freo wool policy western nuicliorH were compelled to hill their sheep because tliey oouldnt iilVord to feed them They now huvo more sheep iiro getting better prices for their wool mid mutton mid can no...

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 — 3 May 1900

n i rt K I l MCI 1 mi IJU mo Close of the Year Brings Out Much Business OFFICERS PKESNT THEIR REPORTS Tho Old Council Uotlreit Inut Nlfilit unit tht Sew Olio Hold ItH Flrnt McutliiR Till MoriiliiK llquor IiIcoiihfh Iriinli il mill Standing Coiiunllttoe Announced Fom Ttiomlnrs Dnllj An ndjourucd rogulnr meeting of tho city council wns held last evening with Mayor Simpson und Councilinoii Brum mond Bucholz Bullock Degner Dex ter lleckmnn Uhlo nnd Vielo prosout Minutes of tho mooting of April 5th wore rend nnd approved Tho treasurers statement for April was road nnd roforred to tho nuditing committee Tho following balances ap peared General fund 11 8i Interest fnmli22l25 Water fund 115 17 Sinking fund 47 18815 Firo department fund 0 1 SO Road fund U2 09 General fund registered warrants out standing J170S Wutor fund registered warrants out Htnuding 5010 Tho trensnrors statement for Feb ruary nr March was returned by tho auditing committee as correct Tho police judges statement for April...

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 — 3 May 1900

6 FRIDAY FACTS F S Bogloy 1r In town from Bloom field F W Blntr Jh In tlio city from Ran dolph W Hull camo down from Pierco yes terday Knox Tipplo Ih In tho city from Wayno A 1 Murkley 1b in tho city from Oreighton W 1 Mlxtor of OBinond wnfl a city visitor today 0 1 Jenkins 1b hick with nn attack of InflUOIlZA Arthur Urosso of Madison was n city visitor yesterday Mrs Honry Dunham of Oakriulo 1b a visitor in Norfolk K II Rnhlow of Pierco wna in this metropolis yesterday Otto Bauninn was in this inotropoliB today from West Point Goo Hitohitm was a city vtoltor yoB tcrday from Plalnviow Mr and Mrs J H Booth wcro city visitors ycBtcrday from Pierco Mrs O W Priestly and daughter are Norfolk visitors from Oakdalc W R Siuilfoldt of Omaha has ac cepted n position iu tho Fair Btore Mrs A E Campbell who htft boon very Bick with oryBipolos is improving Will Sutherland formerly clerk at tho Pacific is in the city from Omaha Curtis Stltt went to Battlo Creek to day to deliver somo fruit trees fo...

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 — 3 May 1900

t x mi1 s i TUESDAY TOPICS Pastor Eaton will lecture iu Stanton tonight J E Kuney was a visitor yesterday from Stanton W 0 Oroig was in tho city yesterday from Madison II S Beck wns a city visitor irom Pierce yesterday John S Tuszkowich was in town from Winsido yesterday J P Gntchor was n passenger for Missouri Valley thiB noon Mrs G P Keiper was a passenger for Lincoln on tho noon train County Superintendent O W Crum was up from Madison yesterday P S Genung is on crutches as tho ro suit of a EQvero rheumatio attack Geo Krumm and A J Dunlcvy woro city visitors yesterday from Tildcu Rev and Mrs P P Wigton aro in from Osmond visiting Norfolk friendB The collector is busy today distribute iDg May day souvenirs in tho sbapo of bills M C Hazen went to ONeill last night on legal business returning this noon J S McOlary went to Lincoln on tho noon train to attend tho republican state convention M D Tyler went to Lincoln on the noon train to look in on tho republican state convention Judge ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 3 May 1900

8 Theoitfolkfleuis Msulison county Is cortrtln to tm njmv Fontcil In coiiKross by lolin Thero doesnt npponr to bo liiuoh dniiKur of n drouth in Nobrnflka dtiriiiK tho bnliuiro of tills week Tim Hut tlo Itvok Koptibllnin miy The nomination of lolin It Hnyn for oouKress Is nn nusplnoua IhkIiiiiIiik Succors will surely bo tin ontllni CoiiKVCRsiniui John S Uobliiion lml bettor bo ooinlng homo TIiIiikh ro lookliiK sonmwlmt lluysio in tho Third district ind hod bottor fot untlor oovor Tho chief of thu Filipino ciiblnnt Iiiir Burrondorod to tho United Stilton au thorities and tho popooratio aid party In tho Philippines Is gradually boiiiK dis solved Tho democratic convention or Whlto county TonnosHoo has declared for tho rotontion of tho Philippines Tho antis do not Room to bo In tho ninjority in that country Tho delegates to tho national conven tion from tho Second district have boon instructed to uso tholr best inlluonco toward tho Holcctlon of Kdwnrd Hoso water as national conunlttoiniu...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 3 May 1900

i M joooooo t oiwHiifir V p g 4OOOODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O ------ a o LIFES FI in out1 of tlio nnrrow white bods In u dormitory of u hospital n woman lay tossing As she tossed sho talked I am ho lonesome without you she said Come back to me If you only know how lonesome 1 wns you would come hack to me I know you would A young nurse a mere girl arose from a chair near the table and ap proached the bed She beckoned to an other nurse who was old Come here she whispered and see whnt Is the mntter with her She talks so 1 have given her medicine again - fZZ f - A TOUNO NU11SK AIHtOACnKD TIIK 1IED nnd again but It hasnt quieted her 1 nm afraid she Is going to die and I havent got used to seeing them lie yet Oh I wish the doctor would come If you are going on like this Bald the old nurse youd hotter give up at once nnd take in plain sewing for n liv ing Youll never make a decent nurse The girl Interrupted her with an im patient gesture Listen Bald she Its enough to break your heart to hear ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 3 May 1900

V 10 I i I v r If Mi We Invite You to Our Store Our suit Iuih InesB 1h u pro- 11011110 01 DUO COSH Ur HIllCH most Hattcrlng Why Our suits wore selected from tlm sales rooms of Now Yoiksforomost lnnkcrs O v o r UK suits for our ouBtomorHtoBO lect from They mo designed nf tor tho lutost and most ac cepted fashions mid right bo yod n doubt Our prices com pared with anv catalogue will provo to your own witlsfao tion n snving to you All wool ot 500 Others up to sfi 00 A lot more now HuitH on tho wivy Childs jnokotp ladios cnpoH mid jnekots Oront showing in ludioH sepamto BklrtB IS5 to lf00 each Dress Goods Tho public is well ncquaiutod with tho superiority of our DroBB Goods Btook This Bprlng we positively uunounco a largely increased and bettor stock than wo havo ovor shown Plain rich fab rics onco more provnil and wo filled our Btock toovortlowing A GOOD DRESS GOODS STOCK NEEDS TO BE SEEN Ask to 10 bIiowu our Dross Goods and yon will bo pleosod oven to outhuBiiiBin Evory want can bo fi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 3 May 1900

K tu I i 4 l Attend the Cut Price Sale at Davenports SIMPSONS CORNER OlHco Hardys Coal Onieo Firo Insurance Farm aud City Loans aud lloal Estate Two Rood liousos for rout J E SIMPSON 1 Why Glasses l Are Worn For a long time glasses wero used only to assist iu rending or near work but with the in creased knowledge of the eye we are able to adjust glasses To Improve the Sight thereby curing chronic head- J acnes neuralgia ana many nervous afllictious caused by eye strain The thousands who wear properly adjusted glasses are the liviDg testimo nials to the truth of it Ex amination Free See Our Window G F W MARQUARUT GRADUATE OPTICIAN NORFOLK - NEBRASKA MICHAELS STUDIO Have you been to Michaels studio since it has been refitted and improved in every way We claim aud can prove that we have the handsomest and best syetemized and as thoroughly equipped photograph studio there is iu this country and we guarantee our work to be strictly first class and satisfactory in every way Our help we kn...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 3 May 1900

N V 1 r 12 the High Grade Dress Trim- mings THE NORFOLK NEWS THURSDAY MAY 8 1000 Special 7 Items Colored Dress Goods Ifjn per yd for Jacquavd Mo luu hair Effects all shades Pebblo Cloth new and stylish OEp for Flemish Lustre 1Ep 20e and 25e for Berkshire lllu Plaids Largest assort ment elegant colorings nCp for Black and White Shop Ullu ards Checks Desirable and stylish Eflp for the best Double Warp llUb Sicilian Navy and Gray the popular goods for Skirts for Fine All Wool Serge all colors PI HI per yd for tho greatest iDliUll variety Pattern Dresses in the now shades Whip Cords Solile Bioges and Ai mures ylfln to S5c for Ail Wool Chal 7UU lies the finest goods of the kind over brought to Nor folk Q Cp for the Now Mercerized ll UU Foulard for Waists Looks like silk but wears better Do not forget to look at our immense assortment of Ladies Silk Waists Shirred Tucked and Corded in all tho new popular shades and popular prices Black Jet Insertions f and Spangled Beaded Nets AAAAAAA44A4...

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 — 10 May 1900

i I ti i 1 i V5 K V aw m POPULISTS IN SESSION Convention Begins Its Work at Sioux Falls ISSU2 IB THE VIOB PRESIDENCY V- The Norfolk Weekly News Iclcntc Hlnernp o llent 1lnn for Nonil uiitliiR CamlMnt to Hun Willi llrjnn Benntnr lltitler ntin Inxcrnor Leo Ail- tlreat tlie leleiite t Sioux Falls S D May 10 Tho national convention of tho Peoples Paxty began business ut 220 p m yes terlay in tlio big tont wigwam on the top of the hill on tho western side of tho city of Sionx Falls vThcro havo been larger crowds in atter louco upon national conventions and possibly there buve been questions upon which moro enthusiasm baa boon manifested but there haye been few similar events which have been marked by moro ovi dent sincerity of pnrposo or moro pro nounced decorum of behavior Tho big tent was arrayed in full dress array for the reception and entertainment of its guests and the structure proved in every way equal to tho scrvico required of it There were probably 500 delegates in their seats...

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 — 10 May 1900

v 2 Tbe Norfolk J4glus V N HUSK Publlnlior Kvcry tiny woiV 1 a cnnlK DAMV KMulilUlitnl tsi nrppt Suniliij lly ontilor wr Hj mini r jwii nimi viikiv Kslnlilinlinil Iv1 Krory Tluirnliij U mull r jonrll I Kntoroil nl tlin InMnlllcn nl Norfolk Noli ns ociitiil rlm iiiiil lor Tnlilioiin No 22 NEPUBLICAN TICKET Htutn for llovnrnor Uiiaihi 11 IMirruicn For Itiiitoniiiil lovornnr H I HaVaok Fiir8Miitjry of HtntnOioiuiK W Maiwii Jflor Trunnuror William Stkiikkrii ir Amlltor Oiiaiiikh WwtiiN For Attorney Jonrrnl Fiiank N Iiiout For LrinUoiiitriMctiirlKOiiiinl Koimku FurBnpt otPubllolMilrunlloiiW ft Fowl nil f roildoutlnl Ulcoton rJoitN V NiwniTf It II WINIIOM KDVVATUI ltOYHIS II Ij llAdiin H 1 Daviimok TACOnli lAOOIISON John L Khnnmiv LJOIIN J TANIIRU OniiircMlniiul For CoiwroMmiui Third Dlnlrlol JOHN II HANH Norfolk Tho fOOOOOOOO paid onoh your by ponplo of t hip country to foreign Hhip owners should bo given to Americans ovon though ii portion of it hIiouIiI lio spent in subsidies Patroniu ...

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 — 10 May 1900

I f 4 V 7 WORKOFXKW City Fathers Transacted Much Business Last Night CURRENT BILLS WERE ALLOWED W II AVIilutituii Kit Nutnitl im Chief f lo lien mill Mitrtlu Kium fur Night Watch Chluf Wlntor Appoint AhhIhIiiiiIm Citli trlliutu to Dcciiratlnii liny Iliml From Kritlnyn liillj Tho now city council met iu regular session lust night at tho council chnniher with Mayor Robertson nnd Couneilincn nrunnnund 13eck Downer Grant Ilecknian Spollnmn and Uhlo present Councilman Bullock was absent Miuntoa of tho meeting of Mny 1st wero roail ami approved Councilman Bullock ontorod at this timo and took bis seat with tho council Tho bond and application of Kd Grant for liquor licouso wero presoutod Qn motion tho bond - was approved and licouso was granted Geo II Spear appeared beforo tho council and askod iu tho niuno of Lizzio Vlazuoy that tho location of her saloon bo changed to tho west room of tho west room of tho Oxuard hotol building On motion tho request was granted and tho liceuso ordered is...

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 — 10 May 1900

V h i I t FRIDAY FACTS K T IKst of Neligh was n city vltftor yesterday Secretary of State Porter was In Nor folk Inst night Jndgo Powers nnd wifo camo homo from Omnhii lust night A son was born thiH moriilnj to Mr and Mrs Siginund KucpIct 1 A Lullmrt returned nt noon from a business trip to Omnhn Father Thos Walsh returned last evening from n visit to Omaha V K Heed wns in tlio city from Madison over night going to Stiiiiton tliin morning Mrs 1 V Fetter and Miss Minnie Colo returned yesterday from their visit to Vermillion H I Miss Anna Walsh from Moherly Mo nrrivcdlnst night and is the guest of her uncle Hev ilios Walsh Tho Norfolk delegates linvo returned from ihu republican Htato convention which was hold in Lincoln Geo Stalcop has moved another houso down from Queon City Placo and it will soon bo re located on a lot in tho city limits Mr and Mrs C 11 Reynolds went to Omaha yesterday to meet Mr aud Mrs W S Pardonner who aro on tholr way to Now York Tho committco cm tho Indin Fami...

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 — 10 May 1900

I i I r r l TUESDAY TOPICS O H Burrows wns n visitor to Omnhn yestenlny Frank Louser wns up from Mndisou over Snmlny Dan ford Tnylor of Battle Creek wns n city visitor today II 13 nml D M Owen wero Omnhn visitors yesterday V 13 Spencer hnft gouo to Grnnd Island on business Miss Olelnnd wns n Suiitlny visitor in Norfolk from Piorco Win Parkinson whb a Norfolk visitor from Mndisou todny D Shnnnon of Hoskins had business in Norfolk yestcrdny Miss Ednn Britton of Way no visited in Norfolk over Sunday Lloyd Cinininghnm of Wnyuo wns n city visitor yesterday C P Mlchnol returned tins morning from a business trip to Pierce Dr 0 A McKlm hnd vetcrinnry busi ness in Meadow Grove today H H Tnnies nnd A L llowser wero city visitors yesterday from Wayne 13 G Heilinau and M D Tyler wero passengers for Madisou tbis morning P W Melcber was n visitor m tbo Sugar City yesterday from West Point W H Wigton of tbo Des Moines insurnnco company is in tbo city from Omaha Miss Kerhow went to Fremont Sun day ...

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 — 10 May 1900

I t t The otf folk JSkuas Tho is vln t lit ropuliHcnn lino rrynn propoMM to Hiippotl no trut this ciunmlnn tlmt H no trust but tho silver trut Iho fustouists hiivo boon unulilo to discover any woak points In tho pint form Adopted at tho ropublloan MUo eouveii tlon which by ttio way is a duciimuiil rvbovo roprouli Tho doniourats would bo more eoitidal ut in thoir cnnipuiK uxiUiiHt truMs hadthoy ntadoan otrort in cohkioss to Iniprovoontho trust law passed by a ropublloan coiifresH The Utah mlno honor in whloh Sot mini lost thoir lives is a horror almost unpirallod and tho pnoploof tint country lieiutily sympathizo with tho boroavod wivos anil children At loast ono trust umgimto has boon shut out of coiiKrosfl Senator Clark of Montana and as it huppons ho ropro Konts tho trust that is tho particular friond and supporter of W J Bryan What Iuih happened to tho froo silver issue It is hardly over mentioned ex cept by Colonol Bryauwho is compelled by his pvst record on the subject to const...

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 — 10 May 1900

ti r i Attend the Cut Price Sale at Davenports SIMPSONS CORNER OIHco Hanlrs Coal Onicn Firo iusurauco Farm and City Loans and Real Estnto Two Rood houses for rout J E SIMPSON THE EYES r ccLf THE BRAIN Parents who neglect their drens eyes are more cruel than J the Chinese who encase the feet of their littlo ones Ouo dwarfs tho feot the other stunts the- mind When We Adjust Glasses study becomes a pleasure Con sultation free Satisfaction guar- ntitoprl G F W MARQUARDT I OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN I NORFOLK NEBRASKA i FOR THE FINEST PHOTOS -COME TO- MICHAELS STUDIO We always have the latest styles and guarantee that our work will please you Our prices are right and we solicit a share of your pat ronage Finest lino of Mat Board in town Newest styles of Picturo Mouldings Stamp Photos as fiuo as the finest Yours for business CPMICHAEL At Thompsons cans corn 20 J cans tomatoes 25 Wheatling per packnge 10 GolddustMlb 18 3 packages yeast 10 Bakers chocolate 18 2 lbs ABO crackers 15 1 gal pail syrup ...

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 — 10 May 1900

If ml i j 8 WOMEN CURED AT HOME THE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES AND REMEDIES lormoro Himi twcntyflvi yours Dr 1 Now ton 1 Indian ny lias inado n xptrlalty of lciniili DKtvi cs During tliit llliic Int lias liml ninmiK 4Bk make you itronir mneanunerTe UUOB Ills imtlctilH nwr ton tnmiH ninl wiiiiii nMiilorliiK from nil tlioso inn n illiloicnt com laltilsioiMillu totliosovaml lias oniiiplrlcl liml ioriiia tuiitly riiroil nmro llinn mi pur oonl of Hid en sos lio lias troatod lly Ills omIihIvo inctlio lilcli ho luis perfwtrd during tliti tttonty Mvo joars of Ills most otonslvo pmitloi lio Is onablod to euro nil of tlioM illlToront illsoavos Itirludliitf painful jirofusoor Mipprossoil mriistruallon prolapsus nil ovarian trouble tumors nml ulceration In fnet oorvformof thnso discuses ulilcli iiuiko a Jmrilcn of ltfo to tho ureal majority of women Ho lias mi perfected this system of his thai ho can treat tlmso eases liy mall without mry per gonal examination ...

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 — 17 May 1900

f t ii 4 i i f CELEBRATED jnw K1tLiLlSBf3Tllp I Wjl rtgp Boer Ioail Tliclr Onus for Slilpmcnt North nml Iletrent In Good Order Roberts Still Wiiltlng at Krooimtiidt 1 Guerrilla Tactics In Cnrio Cnluuy London May 17 The British relief column fought the Boers at Kraui Pan JJJ miles south of Mafokiug on Tuesday according to a telegram received Wed nesday at Lourenzo Marque from Molo po 100 miles north of Mafekinrr This intelligence is accepted hero with somo reserve because it is difficult to under stand how the news could have been so quickly put on the wire from a placo 133 miles from tho scene of the engage ment A correspondent of tho Meruit Post presumably John Stuart Is reported captured by the Boers at Kraai Pan Tho British public is keenly expectant of tho announcement that Mafokiug has been relieved In army circles the opinion feems to prevail that this has already been accomplished although tho war offico asserted that no news of the relief had been received Tho steadfast cour...

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 — 17 May 1900

U K v The Norfolk euas W N UUStt PuUUuhor Kvory KOtV Ih conlo DAILY IXnMlilii 1W ilny except Kmiilny Hy rnrrlor ior liy mnil ornnr wwi MKKKIV KMnlillnliwI ISSt Krory Tliurnln Hy mull lor i oir ttV Kutcrrit nt tlin PoMnlllco nt Norfolk Noli ns tocmul cluff nmttnr ToIpjiIioiio No 22 HEPUULICAN TICKET Hlulo For Governor Uiiaium II DinTiitcn Xr Lteutcnnnt Governor 1C P Havaoio XVh Brorotnry of HtntnOnoiuiM W Maiidii JjrTronsrr William RTititrpitn For Auditor Chaiukr Whston JFor Attorney Oenernl Khank N Inotrr For Iiuitl Coiiiiiilvloiiorlioiuinl ForMKii Vut Btipt of rulitlo Instruction W K Powikr Joint V NitantTi I I It It WINIKIM I ft- r ft tMldntll Klootors vim aiii mil nil I Haour H I lAVllHON JAoonli Jaooiwon John L Krnnithy John jLanubh CoHKrcuHlonul PnrroiiKrniminiiii Third Dlotrlrt JOHN It HAYS Norfolk Tho republican administration Iiiih ofluroil to not as mediator in tho war with tho cotisont of both parties bnt this doos not null tho followH who nro endeavoring to inalto politic...

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 — 17 May 1900

s I I f i K A TEACIIERnSSlGSED Proceedings of Special School Board Meeting AMOUNTS OF SALARIES NAMED II I SimulilliiK In ChoAon to Tnkn tho School Cmmim for 1HOO IrocccillHR of tlm Comity CoiiiinUMonor Mooting Hold Iant Wcok From Tnondnys Dally May M 1900 Special mooting of tho board of education callod by tho presi dent to niako assignment mid fix salaries of toachors for tho onsuing yoar nud to oloot a coubus takor to tako tho school census Mooting was called to order by Prosidont Lulkart Mombors prosout Luikart Dean Saltor Brueggomnti and Matrau Tho committoo on discipline text books courso of study nud toachors and tho coininlttoo on llniinco claims and salaries reported nssigumont of toachors and salarios to bo paid for tho ensuing school year and tho reports woro adopted as follows High Bchool principal J B Barnes jr salary 70 per month High school assistant principal Miss Francis R Gilson salary 50 per month High school assistant principal Miss Eva I Mains salary 50 per month...

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