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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 17 May 1900

1 m t h A FRIDAY FACTS O MX Jenkins returned yesterday from n visit to Ouinhn Mrs M 0 Wnlker wont to lMninviow todny for n visit to friends Mr nml Mrs C H Hayes wont to Omaha ycsteulay and will retnrn todny Tlio residence of Chns Hlon doif iB being improvid with n frcsli coat of ralnt Mrs 1 M lllo nnd daughter Helen came over from Wnyuo Inst evening to visit with Miss Drnner Tho Inst dance of tho Knrly Hour clnb for tho teason will behold next Thurs day OVeilillg Tho West Side Whist elub will bo entertained this evening by Mr and Mrs W N Huk A daughter was lorn yesterday morn Muk to Mr nnd MrH Gottlieb llcclcmnn nt their lumio near this oity Tho room next door west of Kicos finloon is beiiiK placed in Bhupo for a restaurant which will soon bo opened up Tho now pewB for tho Catholic churoh nro expected to arrive tomorrow morn ing and will at onco bo plncod in posi tion for tho dedicatory HorvlccH Bnnday Those wishing to obtain tickets for tho dedicatory services nttho now Cath olic c...

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 — 17 May 1900

K r i k r7 I rt TUESDAY TOPICS Mrs Ohns Green visited nt Madison yesterday Knox Tipplo wns n city visitor again yesterday Miss Baker of Wiusido wns in Nor folk yesterday Geo Diveuport made n business visit to Winsidc todny Mrs M 0 Wftlker lins ret timed from her visit to Plaiuviow Geo S Damon was in tho city this morning from AVnyne O S Hayes departed yesterday on a business trip to Chicago Mrs Dngnu and daughter of Wisnor were city visitors yesterday Editor R D Scott was in tho city again yesterday from Battlo Creek Miss Lizzie Schelly of Alliance is vis iting her sister Miss Mary Schelly Mrs S P Sharpless has returned from her visit in Indiana and Illinois Mrs O A Short wont to Albion this morning to visit relatives and friends Geo Manrer removed to Sionx City yesterday with a car of household effects diet Morey was in tho city this morning from Pierco greeting old acquaintances C P W Moruuardt has gono to Chi cago to take a course in the McCormick Optical college A boy baby was b...

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 — 17 May 1900

v i it h N i I ii Theplopfolkrleuas liy tho wny wIhto wiw Ooln llur voy nnil his Klimncliil School whon tho Unlit wont out of fivo Hllvonlom Tho dmnocrnlH iro now luny tryliiK to flnuro ont un ousy wny to not out of tho wxnw l wliloh thoy hnvo boon pineal by fusion populist h Tho ropuhllcnns of tho Klnhth HOimtor Inldlrttrlot niot it Lyons Withiomlny aiitlnomliintprtTnilKoWil Hynu for Htnto stiimtor Tho moolliiK wiih har monious mill onthusinstto Soimtor Allon iiIihimI IiIh iix nt tho nock of tho Htrnliht liopullntH hut It How oil tho luuidlo iwirt ivvo tho HtrnlKht tlomoorntsn torriflo olip In tlio Kpltinl column just nhovo tho HhoulrtorH Urynn Isnt snylng nnythliiK nlKiut tho notion of tho Sioux IThIIh oouvontlon Ho has prolmhly committoil tluil old injunction and Is HvIiik hy It at proHout whon miKry count ton hoforo you Hpoak Do wo want a ohniiKO to freo noup houses Coxoy nrinioH nnrt pnnios Thnt Ih what wo got nndur tho last tlumo orotic admlulHtrntiou and it may take placo iiK...

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 — 17 May 1900

rf H i A FEW MORE Special Bargains in SHOES Left at DAVENPORT BROS I We Hang Out The neighborly latch string of in vitation Call find have a look at our now stock of Watches Chains Bracelets Back Combs Friendship Hearts Rings Etc Wo carry only the best goods in our line Fine Watch and Jew elry Repairing promptly attend ed to C F W MARQUARDT JEWELER AND OPTICIAN NORFOLK - NEBRASKA FOR THE FINEST PHOTOS -coin to- MICHAELS STUDIO We always have the latest Btyles and guarantee that our -work will please yon Our prices are right and wo solicit a share of your pat ronage Finest lino of Mat Board in town Newest styles of Picture Mouldings Stamp Photos as fine as the finest Yours for business CPMICHAEL Thompsons 3 cans corn 20 3 cans tomatoes 25 Wheatling per package 10 Gold dust 4 lb 18 8 packages yoast 10 Bakers chocolate 18 2 lbs ABO crackers 15 1 gal pail syrup 35 Gloss starch per pkg 05 18 lbs granulated sugar 100 We Can Save You Money The Weather Conditions of the weather as recorded ...

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 — 17 May 1900

v r V 8 WOMEN CURED AT HOME THE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES AND REMEDIES rormoro than twrntyllvn yonri Ur 1 Nmv Ion Mnlhnwny lini matin 11 per laity if lYinalu JIStvoi DurlliK Hint t lino tin lias liail nimiiiK his mtliiiU omt tiii Hums nml MfiiiiiiisuilcrliiK roin nil Kioto in n 11 y illltiTiiit rom lnllil jKMiillnr hi tlio t cvanil lms i miilitily mut prnnv niiilly ciircil imiru than W pi i cent tit Hid ousiiH hi lias tnvilttl Ily Ills pxcluMrn mctlintl w lilcli Im lias Mtwtotl ilurltiR tlm tttiiity IHci j tnrs tit Ills most cxlonslru Iiu Is enabled lo rum nil of tlimi illllireiit iHwiiMs IlirliltlltiK jinllillll limfiiMMir MippirsMMl im iiMmatloti prolapsus nil ovarian tniulili tutmirH ami ulrtiralloii -In fact cmv form of Htiso 1Imiimh nlilch iiinhna Imnlrii of llfo o tho iirwit majority of women Ho lias so porftvtnl this system of Ills Hint lit enn treat tlitso raMs by malt wlllioutiiiry imt wnal evniiilnntlon to which mery M usltho woman natura...

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 — 24 May 1900

6 J The Norfolk Weekly News N1S Last Town of Importance In i Free State Is Taken FIGURING OH PRETORIA flIEGEt Foreign Knjjlneers 8ny tlio Town Will lie Able to Hold Out for a Year Lord Itoh crti 6vrerilna Toward tlio Vanl With Overpowering Forces London Mny 24 Lord RobcrtH is drawing near to tho frontier of tho Transvaal His infantry masses aro 53 miles north of Kroonstadt at tho Rhe noster river Sorao thousands of cav alry aro already across the river luu Hamilton occupied Heilbron yes terday Tho Eoors nro retiring toward the Vaal with their heavy bnggago They are reported from Pretoria as already across that river Twelvo thousand men and M guns compose tho retreat ing army Trains continue to run from tho Vaal to Pretoria Foreign engineers assert that Protoria is able to stand a years sicgo Accord ing to advices from Lourouzo Marquez tho Pretoria fortifications aro described as complete but Johannesburg has not yet been placed entirely in a stato of defense Tlio Transvaal governmen...

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 — 24 May 1900

i -TO r V V The floitfolk JSleois V N UUSK IuuUsbor DAILY fttntillsliml 1W Krerr rtnr oxroit Similar Hj enrrlor ior wak 15 coins llj mnll inr jrnnr R WKKKlY KstnlillMin1 Hsl Krorjr TlinrulnyJllj mnll por yimr liO Knlnrcil nl llin rtolllcn nt Norfolk Noli ns second clnss mnt lor Toloi1ioiin No 22 REPUBLICAN TICKET Ntnto or Oovornnr OnxuiM It Uirrnicn For Limit onnntGovornor 1C P Havaok Tor Bsorotary of State Uaomia WMajwih Xot WiMiAtf Htikiiiii or Andltor OiuniKD Wiwtom For Attornojr OoarrM Fiiakic N Pnonr JPor Land CminlMlonorCKOnna I TotAtait Fur Bapt of PuUUo InslruotlouW 1C Kowiitn tnaMtntUl Eleoton JornF KMniT II H WlNIIOM Rdttaut Hoyu nJLi IlAnuB P D A YIMOU A00 L JA00IW0H OHM L KlKMVUr roan ui liANaan UoiiKrloiinl ForCmiHronimnti Tlitnl SUlrlot JOHN It HAYS Norfolk Tim llniutlillriin Jiidlolnl Ooiivniillmi Tlio rniuilillonnolnrtorit of tlio Hinornl coun ties of tlm Nlntli Jiiillclnl district of Nnlirnakn urn liorrliy cnlloil to monl in oimvmitlon nt Nor folk NobrnrVn lino 31 1...

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 — 24 May 1900

i fi JTHEi j rouNCii Considerable Business Trans acted Last Night MESSAGE OF MAYOR ROBERTSON lteinrti of Ofllccra mid Comnilttoea Ito celvcil 1ellttotiA iiml ltrqucl Acted Upon Water Coiutiiltsloiier Nliinert liut Not Aiintovvil From Fridays Dully Tho regular mooting of city council was hold last ovoniug Present Mayor Rohortsou Couucihnou Brannnuud Beck Degnor Hcckman Spolltnau Ulilo Absent Bullock Grant Minutes of last meoting vroru road nnd on motion approved Jho following report of tho chiof of flro department was reported back from tho committoo on flro nnd polico To tho Hon Mayor and Members of tho Oity Council of Norfolk Nebraska I beg loavo to submit tho following ro port of tho Norfolk flro dopartmont nud other matters in connection therewith FIRST Tho waterworks system consists of one duplex compound Kuowles pump with a capacity of 800000 gallons overv 34 hours also ouo duplex Kuowlos punrp with a capacity of 100000 gallons every 21 hours for water supply two wells One is 2...

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 — 24 May 1900

K 1 X 0 H FRIDAY FACTS Kralm is visiting friends In Town Knox Tlpplo wns iu tho city yesterday from Wayne llnrt Mapos 1 nttomllng to lcgnl busi ness in Hlnir T A Klsso of tho Fair store- went to Humphrey totlny 1 S Shurz hivs gono to Gletiolder Knnsno to visit his son Tho Fair store front is being improved with n fresh coat of pnint W K Hewitt win n Norfolk visitor yesterday from David City Rev G H Main has returned from his visit to Iowa nnd Illinois Tho houso of G H Suitor on North Tenth street Is being repainted Uharles Eblo of this city has been granted a pension of 12 a month M nnd F Hentz of Sownrd arc visit ing nt tho homo of Mrs Susan Blyo Mr nnd Mrs Geo Horry woro city visitors yesterday from Battle Crook Frod Bonjamin went to Piorco this morning on sewing maohiuo business I II Senberry was down from Plain view to attend tho Early Hour club dance Mrs V L Culver leaveB tomorrow for her old homo iu Ypsilnuti Michigan to Bpeml tho summer Mrs G F Koiper very plcnsautly on tortn...

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 — 24 May 1900

I M S sr m TUESDAY TOPICS E Bouneu of Gordon wns in tho city yesterday J II Brown was in tho city yesterday from Pierco Misa Austin vi3 n city visitor yester day from Vnyue Jas A Clino w as iu Norfolk yester day from Miuden L 0 Pogh of Battle Crcok wns in tho city yesterday P E Benscr of Wiusldo was a Noi folk visitor yesterday Miss Maudo Reynolds was in town yesterday from Wayne Daniel Trnpp was a city visitor from tho county seat yesterday Mrs 0 A Stnlcy of Pierco was shop ping iu tho Sugar City today Henry Slitt and 0 H Leo wero Nor folk visitors yesterday from Silver Creek Miss Helen Pylo of Wayne who has been visiting Miss B itchelor has re turned to her home Mrs D L Avery Fort Scott Kan sas is viitmg at the humu of Mr and Mrs G M ThotTpsDU John Krnutz has added anew phaeton and a new rubber tired trap to his livery barn equipment both of whih aro very handsome vehicles The republican central committee of tho Ninth judicial dlsttict is holding a meeting in this city this aftern...

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 — 24 May 1900

V I V V li The j4o ttf oik fleuas Posslinlsiti will hold its nutloiml roso luliiiKComontiou lit Kiumi City in July irhcRluB to look in iIioukIi Mo lvinloyfi ro clcotioii would ho almost uiiniiitiiotifl John It Hays Is riroulntlnn nhout in tho Third dlMriot and lnwlnuliiKfrieuilR whouovcr ho boos aovornniDiit by injunction ii not n half Ivul IhitiK who fusion ollh lal llndrt it noctisnty to two in oulor to Itwp ponco in tho political family iRtmtins Donnelly thinks that Hrynu mifiht havo boon a HtutiHiimii if tho Lord had taken an inch or two fiom ills lower jaw and put it bi twuen his toinplos Hautonulomoornts ato nUrthiK a vlco proHldontinl boom forOonnrossinmi Goo 12 McOlollnn son of liittlo Mac tho union Ronoral during tin civil war and doinocratiocundldnto for president in 1801 It is intoiostiiiK to coujecturo whothor tho lomocratH will conoludo to k It ivlono at Kansas City or whothor thoy will tie up with tho remnant of fusion populism recently represented at Sioux Falls It wi...

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 — 24 May 1900

4 if A FEW MORE Special Bargains in SHOES Left at DAVENPORT BROS I A GOOD i WATCH is ruined not by time but by bad handling Properly cured for it will last a life time To run well it should be wound regularly and cleaned nt least overy eighteen months ns in that time the oil will have lost its lubricating qual ities and the wheels begin to wear We do Good Watch nnd Fine Jewelry Repairing at Reasonable Prices C F W MARQUARDT JEWELER AND OPTICIAN NORFOLK NEBRASKA FOR THE FINEST PHOTOS COME TO MICHAELS STUDIO v 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 line of Mat Board in town Newest styles of Picture Mouldings Stamp Photos as fine as the finest Yours for business C P MICHAEL Thompsons JS cons corn 20 J cans tomatoes 25 Wheatling per package 10 Gold dust 4 lb 18 packages yeast 10 Bakers chocolate 18 2 lbs A B 0 crackers 15 1 gal pail syrup 35 Gloss starch per pkg 05 18 lbs granulat...

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 — 24 May 1900

IV ij - v V 8 WOMEN CURED AT HOME THE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES AND REMEDIES Tormoro than twenty five yonrs Ilr 1 New ton llnthawny lms mado n specialty nf female DIkwob DurtiiR that tlmo lio Im lint nmniiK CSiroF m 1Mb patients in it ten thoin wul women MirtrrliiK from nil those many illllcrrnt coin plaltiMperttllarto tlinsoxund ims completely mill hmiih neatly cured tiinro llinn Hi per rent of tliu ciiros Iio lin treated t lly tils exrluMvo method vUilchhohnNiH rfectrddurhiK tlio twenty Ill o jonrs of tils tnot pxtrmlvn practice ho Is enabled to euro nil of these different tllsoavci Including nlnliil profuse or wppresved iiiitistrtiiilloii prolnpMi nil ovnrlnn trouble tumors ntul ulceration- In fact everv form of Uiomj discuses which mnkii a burden of llfo lo tlio croat tnajorlty of women Jin lias mi perfects this system of Ills that ho rjui troat these casts by mall without ntry cr wuml examination lo which oiery scnslthn woman naturally objects...

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 — 31 May 1900

1 w I The Norfolk Weekly News P PREMIUM GIVE IN Lord Roberts Expects No Op position When He Enters ENGLAND REGARDS WAR A8 OVER Couimauiliuit Krnut Turns Over Jcilinn nPHburfi to tlio llrltUh KriiKer lliiS to Wutorvnlbovon nnd Will Set Up - eruiiiciit nt Iviltiiliiire London May 31 Tho Daily Mail publishes the fallowing dispatch from the Earl of Rosslyn who was a prisoner at Pretoria but who ns a civilian ap pears to have been released Pretoria May i0 Noon Pretoria will be occupied in about two hours without resistance Tho president has gone to Watervnlboveu Burgomaster Do Souza is authorized to receive tho British He with an influential com mittee of citizens including Chief Jus tice Gregorowski has been appointed to preserve life and property during the interregnum Everything is quiet hut crowds are waiting expectantly in Church square for tho arrival of tho British Fearing a possible disturbance and bloodshed among the prisoners of war at Waterval United States Consul Hay and Leig...

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 — 31 May 1900

b 6 Ik t Theflorfolkfieuas W N UUSK PulillnUor UA1IY KMnbllidind 1SS7 Kvnry day oxrnpt Mmulny Hr cnrrlnr par walk Ij com Hy mail nr jimr JjI IX WKKK1Y KolnlitlKliivl IhSI Ktory TliutnlnjJHy mull lr jonr MM Knlnrnd nt tlm lontnlllctt al NorfolV Noli na loeotul dna ninttnr Tnlnphonn No 22 HEPUBUCAN TICKET Slnln fror Onvornor OiiAniM II IHirnwcm Fur I1nulMinnt Onrnrmir It P Hayaok ForBrcrvtnry of HUteUmiiiim W Maimii For TrtiiKiirnr Wiiiiau HTKtnrrien For Auditor Uiiakimm Wmtom For Attorney Oimnral ICiiank N Phiiut For Iim10inmlwloiiirlKtniil Folmrh For Bupt of Pulillo liMtruntlun V It Powiien TVotUttlAl Eleotori rjonn F Nhaiiit 11 II WININIM ICinTAim uor H Ij IIaoub H P Datihron JaoohI lAcoiwoti John Ij KNNnr JOIIM J TiANURII Cnngriiltiinl KorCniiBrnixminn Thlnl DUlrlrt JOHN II HAYS Norfolk Ttio Hinilillcnii Judicial Uoiivniitloti Thn rnmlIIcaiiolopttirn of llio Knvnnil conn tins of tins Ninth Jmlirliil ilinlrirt of Nnlmmkn nro hnrrli culled to tniiul In rmivniitiim ill Nor folk Xnlin...

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 — 31 May 1900

fc t iT IKIKM I 4 V JAJut M 4Jt4 4 14ft THE ADVENTURES OF A SUSPICIOUS CHARACTER Rv llmvnrri Piplrlinor j wrlMV1va iiiAiti a - KxxKIlHHIlxllH44HHHHHHH Hlx My fntlicr said the stronger wna qulto extensively Interested la mill property In Manchester IStiglniul Ho mltlressotl this remark to the cleric oC the hotel who sat on a high chair that belonged In the billiard room but was always In the olllco nowadays because without It the clerk could not reach the top of the new stove with his feet The clerk who had been regarding the back of the stove with gently af fectionate Interest began to frown up on It Oh ho was was he said he In a somewhat unuleasaut tone I mention It the stranger hastened to add because I want to tell you what he used to say about the matter of working hours per day that you amV this gentleman were discussing And the young man glanced smiling ly toward the gentleman In question Dr Isaiah Harrows who sat In front of the stove Hut the gentleman was no longer intereste...

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 — 31 May 1900

FRIDAY FACTS JMjITox was in tho city yesterday frotn Crelghton V E Qnlstnn of Grow wnen Norfolk yesterday A 1 dfunpbell ivnit n city visitor yes terday from Genoa Mrnnd Mrs T M Franse of West TRptot wQtaclty visitors yesterday O 11 Krnhn Iior returned form Iowa whore lm lins been visiting his parents Mm Hnhlow mid MIpb 3lnliloy of Pif rco were chopping hi tho city yesterday Tho Hnebner Settle company was In the city today on their wny to Wayne having played Fnnst nt Pierce las nlftlit Pniwr 1b being put up for tho Allm Uoywood performance which will take plnoo In tho Auditorium tho night of Juno Tho Fair storo has received and placul t vlargonew refrigerator in which to keen butter nnd other perishnblo rner nbAndlfio sSnperiutondent OConnor hasgonoto Petersburg to deliver tho nddirem to tho graduating clnss of tuo High nchool todny Mrs Goo Stapenhorst wont to Tlldon Inst night culled thoro by tho serious illness of hor Bister Mrs Hnttio Wnthin who formerly lived hero A gnng of workm...

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 — 31 May 1900

I if f h 1 ft i t f J i TUESDAY TOPICS Knox Tipple visited in tho city over nifjht Court Reporter 0 A Williams of Neligh was a city visitor yesterday Editor U K Foster of tbo Plainviow News was in tbo city over night on bus iness Tho postofllco will bo open tomorrow from 11 00 n m and iu tbo evening nt 730 Ou account of Decoration day no paper will bo issued from this ofllco to morrow 0 A McKim V S went to Pierce nud Foster this morning ou professional business S II Ellison of Lincoln is visiting with Secretary W W Hnghcsof the Y M O L Prof II E Funk and S K Warrick were visitors iu tbo city yesterday from Battle Creek Mrs W T Jones of Wiusido is iu tbo city visiting her cousins Mrs Frtd Sidler and Miss Nettie Lowe Ensipn Bonnrrt junior soldier btaff secretary will conduct meeting at tbo Salvutiou Army hall tonight Admis sion free There promises to be a largo attend ance at the Junior exercises at tho High nchool room this evening and an inter esting program is anticipated The new c...

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 — 31 May 1900

v i L iJ Thel4opfolkrleia If Mivrk Itimtm ruul Irwitlont Mo Kliiloy didnt Imvo u liiuitl in tlu Cuban IORtA StClll it WtU llllt IW IWCIMIHO tho fuBloiiifttn by no possible crook or lnrn can ninko It nppour in tlnt Unlit If ho fuslonists uro nblo tolinrnionlro tho various factions In their Kovonil parties and then hurinonio tlm jmrtlos thomolvcs tlicy may lmvo Imimoiiy but tho question Is how many of lioui will 1h loft whon harmony 1h swuroil Tho all absorbing question now is whether tho Kansas Tity convontion will endeavor to blulT out ho Kold doin ocrats or whothor thoy will bluff tho fusion populiAtfl who without solicitation presented them a ropubllcin us a vice picsiilontial running niato II V iMolvoon of tho Wlnside Trib uuo will leave soon for WiishitiKhtoii to accept n position as cleric in tho census bureau Tho publication of tho Trib une will bo continued by his brother McKeen llrothers have kIvoii tm pooplo of Winsido a Rood paper nud are llltf Of HUCClHS If anyone thinks ...

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 — 31 May 1900

i u i 1 I i i A FEW MORE Special Bargains in SHOES Left at DAVENPORT BROS WANTED Everybody that has been fitted AT by Alleged Opticians Occu lists etc to come to me uud have their eyes corrected Poor sight is ono thing bad eyes are anoth er Far sighted people often see bettor than persons with normal eyes but with their keenness of vision they have headaches indi gestion etc Come to me mid I will make an examination and tell you your ex act condition Remember I am not here today and somewhere elso tomorrow I am hero to stay I guarantee my work C F W MARQUARDT DR OF OPHTHALMOLOGY NORFOLK - NEBRASKA FOR THE FINEST PHOTOS -COMIC 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 line of Mat Board in town Newest styles of Picture Mouldings Stamp Photos as fine as the finest Yours for business CP MICHAEL At Thompsons 3 cans corn 20 J cans tomatoes 25 Wheatliug per package 1...

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