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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 31 May 1900

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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 — 7 June 1900

1 I 1 J A TH iS IN Botha Gets Safely Away With Men and Guns LYDENBDRQ A NATURAL FOET Lord llobarti In Hoitlnc rrapurfrtory to Bending Fnrm tn Hunt llor From the Mountain ltullcr nnd Jlirlttlan l Astto on Ilrluf Armistice Lonjion Juno 7 Military operations in South Africa nru apparently at a Btumlstill For a day or two the tired troops are resting and Lord Roberts is lining tho maiznzlncs and warehouses at hie now headquarters Pretoria prepar atory to a long chase after tho flying Boers iu tho direction of Lydenburg His cavalry aro probably seeking to check Commandant Botha Sonic dispatches wore sont whilo tho fight was going on outsido of Pretoria One says Toward tho end of tho day when the British naval guns wero slioll ing tho northern fortB a number of the projectiles burst damaging tho sub urbs General Botha waB fighting an essentially rear guard action his object being not to defend Pretoria but to delay Lord Roberts until tho railway switch had been cleared and tho main part o...

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 — 7 June 1900

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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 — 7 June 1900

f I J 4 JIMDSFMPLL Graduate Amid a War of the Elements HIGH SCHOOL COURSE COMPLETED Kxerclno lreoiilil Hnforo 11 lnrRn Ami lenrti Which Wm Well MiirIo Wiik One of tlio 1lno feature ol tho Kvenln From Frtlais Tho Norfolk school year of 18liMl00 was ouded last night iiinid very pleasing oxorclsos most auspiciously conducted on tho part of tho High school graduat ing class of 1100 A weok of cominouco inout oxorclscs by tho various classes and grades ropleto with pleasing features beautiful oxercises and onjoyablo outer taiuinouts had a fitting flualo last ovou ing when amid a clash of tho olomonts tho Senior class of lo pupils took a pub lic loavo of school life Tho wind and thunder storm which camo up botweou 7 and 8 oclock inado it appoar as though tho graduating ex crcisos which had boon in courso of preparation by tho olass of 100 for weeks and which their friouds and ac quaintances had boon anticipating with pleasure would bo a disappointment but promptly at tho hour named the ex ...

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 — 7 June 1900

FRIDAY FACTS Miss Key will leavo next week for Ulnrkr MUs Ritclulor left for Wnyno on tlio noon train Miss Hodgeson was a city vIMtor yes Umluy from Winside Mrs 1 P Kncsel of Battle Crick was in Norfolk yesterday M t H Prances Jnnda wan a pommger for 1lattMiiouth today Mim Grace Spear has jjoiip to Colnni hns to visit over Sunday Miss Ret so will go to Illpiicoo Iowa mut wefk for lur vacation Mr and Mrs V 11 Eden or Verdigro wore in tlui city yt Met day Mrs Roi o Hughes was a city visitor yrstcrdny from Bnttlo Creek Miss Charlotte Abbott of Pilfer 1h visiting Miss Clara Uruoggemnii Miss Lucy WillianiH left on the noon train for Oiiiiihn to visit relatives nud friends Miss Wood will go to Valrmraisolnd nit Wednesday and attend summer normal 1 Mrs J II Oxnnm attended tho grad uating exereiees at Columbus returning last evening Mrs 0 Hibben and eliildren liave gone on a visit to relatives and friends in Ohio ami Indiana Mrs Alvln Pratt and Mrs Burr Tuft will go to Boston on tho Christi...

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 — 7 June 1900

i TUESDAY TOPICS O S Hnyes went to Tildeu hut ulght OH busiues Q T Sprechor has gone to Heldou on tolophoue business Miss Temple has gone to Wayuo to visit friends i few days Benj McKeen of the Winsldo Tribune wan n city visitor today Editor H D Scott was in tho city yesterday from Battle Creek Mr and Mrs II N Way and daughter of Stanton were in tho city today Meedames Ilntton nnd Sargeant of Pierce wero city visitors yesterday Dr 11 L Scoggin is removing his dental otlico from the Cotton block M D Tylor Aug Karo and Dr A 1 Johnson drove to Stanton this morning Miss Delia Howard is sick with ty phoid fever at her home on Madison avenue Q A Lniknrt has purchased W H Johubons fine black horso and rubber tired road wagon Miss V Mason departed today over the Union Pacific to spend her vacation in Youngstown Ohio Mrs A Johnson of South Norfolk leaves the first of the week for Chicago to be absent two weeks Manager W II Baird of tho sugar factory waB a passenger for Omaha thiB morning on ...

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 — 7 June 1900

i Theftottfolkfieuas Consistency hm t fl ablilltiK ilioi within tlio ilomomitlu miike Jho onninrmtorll t yo of yo ilont writohoiit ntnl lioll nrolmbly Kt you if yon do witch out Hokh Mild In this stuto In ISllilut V Tlil your t hoy broii lit I l Morul Aoto for tho doniooratlo ltind of nionpor ity mid Rood old t linos llcnldont MdClnloy witnewsod tho total Icllnso of tho huh it Koit Momoo VlrKlnlii thusKPttliiKim r ll0W Mr Hryiui would look after tho lotums mo In not No umber Tho republican statu ticket Is KiiiniiiK In pupuluiity with each Htipcoodiiii dny and It now looks as though tho majority which has boon aaliiFt tho loimblicaii party in Xobiiska will bo mvoisod this fall It is to bo hoped that tho fuhionists willboabloto avo oiiohkIi out of tho dolirlH cmsod by tho wreck of tho vari ous partios concerned In tho dual to innko at lonat a showiiif In tho prosidon tial cantimiHii Tho f unionists have no patience with tho proposed nutl trust luKislation by tho present congress They ...

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 — 7 June 1900

V s II i MA 1 n y X w J G F W MARQUARDT Our Line of Summer Footwear- is Complete j Soo the Strap Slippers for Misses and Children jj Davenport Bros WANTED 1 Everybody that has been fitted AT by Alleged Opticians Occu liats etc to como to me aud have their eyes corrected Poor sight is one thing bad eyes aro anoth er Far sighted people often see better than persons with normal oyes but with their keenness of vibion they have headaches indi gestion etc Como to mo and I will mako an examination and tell you yonr ex act condition Remember I am not here today and somewhere else tomorrow I am hero to stay I guarantee my worlc DR OF OPHTHALMOLOGY NORFOLK - NEBRASKA FOR THE FINEST PHOTOS -COME TO- MICHAELS STUDIO We always have the latest Btyles 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 New shipment just re ceived Yours for business C P MICHAEL At Thompsons I c...

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 — 7 June 1900

r 8 WOMEN CURED AT HOME THE GREATEST OP SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES AND REMEDIES Vormoro tlinn tivrntyflvo yearn Ilr J New tun llntlinwny has inniln n specialty of Icnmlo JllMW es During lint I lino ho has liail milling ihi U- -a his mllciiln over leu tlimiv niiil vwiiiiiiiMiiltrliigfrnni nil tliost man illlloronl mm plnliilspvullitrtotliowxiuul tin miilitcl unit iicrinn in nllj cured innro tlmti mi pel III Of till I II h ON lio litis Awi yx iriiiiMi Jt JS IIJ his Ixilimho method VJ1Q w hleli ho has poileried during v - N mi turutyfUn jenrs of Ills most extensive practice lio Is enabled In rum nil of these illlliiriil diseases Including jialnliil prolusoor suppressed mriislriiatloii piolipsti nil iarnui trouble tuniors and uleiiriillou in fnrt even form of those diseases which iniilir 1 burden of llfo to tint greit iiiajnrlty of women Mo his m perfected tills system of Ills Dial lie run lrcit tliivo eisos by mall without uiry per Minil oMiinlniitlon to whloli ev...

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 — 14 June 1900

o M w O o r I W y The Norfolk Weekly News INTRENCHING l Guns Trained on American Mis sion and British Legation PEKIN IS COMPLETELY OUT OFP Minister rangnr Itrjiorlrd to Ilntn AiVed or Two lliaiuminil Ililtril Slntcn Trooin Dr Filnn Trrry nn Anicricnn Mtn Intinry Munlrrcil liy Ilimert Loxnov Juno 1 1 Tho Ohincso nro Intrenching outsitlo of Pekin to opposo thondvaneo of the international col umn A dispatch from Tien Thin tinted Tuesday sayBi I lonru that thu Chinese linvo guns trained on tho American minion and tho British lega tion Two thousand Russian cavalry untl infantry with artillery have landed at Tnku Tho Shanghai correspondents report that United States Minister Conger by courier asks for 2000 United States troops Tho question of provisioning tho relief force is already ditlloult and it is pro dieted at Shanghai that it will become ucute The leading members of tho reform party representing lii out of 18 prov inces ate tit Shanghai A dispatch to tho Daily Mail dated yesterday ...

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 — 14 June 1900

Thcottfolkfieuas W N 11U8E Puullnlior DAILY KMnlillnliel Ivs7 Kvorr dity oxrcpt Sunday llr fimlnr for eV 15 cent Ily mntl per yoir JrtiM WKKHIiV KMnlilioliml tW1 Kvory Tliurnlny lily mnil lf yonf llMl Kntorod nt tlm PoMolllcn nt Norfolk Noli in ipcuiuI clnf niitlter Telephone Nil 22 MEPUBUCAN TICKET Mtuto Fur ImiTimr CiMiti ii II DiKintm Vlnm For llmiiiMwint lm oritur K P U n CnMor Knp Siciitiir it Statu lui W Miiiiii HlpluiriiHiin For Treiinirer Sua iter Ctmiliut For uillliir ClIMIICM Willi ON Hlinrlilmi For Ut irnev loni rnl Kiusk N Pitour Kor tind Cninmliidoiicr Icoiini 1 KoiMiiit MicfcolU For Superintendent of Iultlii linlriiiHiiu V K Kowiku Wimliltmlon lrcMiltiitiul Klertnrs i John I Niwiurr Kiiwuiu Hiumu It I IIaiiiih H I 1UVIIHON I lAtllll li lACOIHON I John Ii Kknnkdy I John J Ianukii lOIIKrimnlllllltl Kor Cnmiroi iiimin Tlilnl District -JOHN It HANS Norfolk Tho lti piilillnin luclliliil Convniitiiiii The ropulillriinnlm torH of the Hiivnriil coihi llnmif llm Ninth Jmllpliil...

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 — 14 June 1900

it i Large Number of Sidewalks arc Condemned PREPARER FOR FREE DELIVERY Stroot Niinint Will lip lmteil mill llniiM Numbered tx Mujur Mniptui pointful iiit Wiitnr fJomiiilloiHr llnl uf Hill arc Allnui il From Prlilnjs Inih Tho regular mooting of city council was hold lust ovening Present Mayor Robertson mid Councllniuu Brunmiuiid Heck Dogner Grant Iicckninn Spoil nmn Ulilo Absotit liullock Minutes of mooting of May 17 wore road and approved us road Tho auditing committee- reported back as correct the reports of water commis sioner and city cleric for year ending April 110 liWO Tho committee on flro and polico re ported on tho petition of O O Soiners to build an iron covered building on Main street together with a protest signed by HomoMillor nml other prop erty owners against granting tho penult or any similar permit except it bo ac cording to tho ordiuanco with tho rec ommendation that tho request bo re fused and tho ordinance enforced Moved and seconded to adopt tho re port of tho ...

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 — 14 June 1900

i I 1 1 FRIDAY FACTS Mrs W AY DoWItt vih upyoMorday from Stanton O P Ferris wns a rity visitor ycstor tiny from Stanton Miss Kato ONeill was horo yesterday from Battle Creek Conductor Kox will spend Sunday with Alliion friends IM OShoa was a Norfolk visitor from tMadicon ytFtorday W H Branson returned lntt evening from a trip to Sioux City Arthur Pilgtr was a Norfolk visitor yesterday from Madison Miss Molllo Taylor was n city visitor yesterday from Battle Creek Mrs Ferdinand Hnnso lms gone to Jlot Springs P D for her health Mr and Mrs 1 A Shurtz returned laRt night from their visit to Omaha Misses Florence and Mnblo Estabrook wont to Madison yesterday to visit friends W H Johnson returned last evening from a business trip to Omaha and Lincoln Miss Mamie McNeil has accepted a position as cleric in this dry goodH store of Bnnm Bros Mrs O I Bonford and son Morris left this morning for their now homo in Glintbn Iowii G T Sprocher moved his family yes t unlay to tho Mnrplu house on Sout...

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 — 14 June 1900

ft f TUESDAY TOPICS Mrs Ed Murphy has gone to Vordigre ou n short visit Mnyor W M Robertson had legal business in Madison ycstcrdny Conductor Fo and wifo returned last evening from their visit to Albion Miss Pearl Widnman wont to Fremont today to attend the summer normal Echool John Bridgo left this morning for Weiser Idaho whero ho will spend the summer Editor R D Scott haB resumed his weekly visits to Norfolk and wns hen yesterday Oharlio Verges has recently purchased n mastiff dog that is n monster oven for his kind A Sioux Indian from Pino Ridge agency wns taking in tho sights of Norfolk todny Mrs W R Hoffman and sou Law reuco returned lust night fiom their visit to Albion Miss Lillian Koch of Wist Point is visiting at tho homes of her aunts Mrs Rudat and Mrs Asiiiub The weather has been quite cool for soveral days past but the crops continue to boom most amazingly Mrs William Bridge and Mrs Robert Utter will eutertnin a company of friends tomoirow afternoon at tho homo of tho f...

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 — 14 June 1900

15 The iovt oik fleuus It iippiM tluxt tlio wMtoiii also tlio inoniiouitty coxst is VuilonWswimUUHMliiliKlitod to cay thnt prrwtvttty Ims roiio wrmiK anil hixw tlio pooplo boliovo tlioni lolin H lluys lopublicnii iioiiiineo for ootiitrosi in tlio Tliirtl ilUtriot is gixlllllli til iUUllllllltiltllO lUlll HtlOIIKtll pncli iluy iriKOii luis broil Ilixssod ns u iloulil Tnl Htntoby iloinocriUic HtntlstirliuiH It is doubtful if tboy will luxxo tlu piosnnip tion tOBorlivs it iikiUii It is iv pity iloiuociiitic odttorsdoirt irho thoir louilorstluit iiosvs fiom Oio iron It would iolleo tlmt tiiod fooling with whioh tho limo so lonir boon lliotod bv tlio suul etlitorV wittliiKi Tito Mnswoith Stur loiminl wiyH Gov Poj liters puulon of tlio Hrown county iiiiiulotorluly Ith or hint your mi inhuman loud who should huvo boon huiiK iiistoml bus not boon forirotton It was woiso thuit bis nittlo thiof pixidoiiH Nryiui lately pleaded with tlio people of Oregon to do the light thing and they did it by...

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 — 14 June 1900

a A I y A I lA 1 1 J I 4 A V NaT I T J tij7 per - S Our Line of Summer Footwear- is Complete J See the Strap Slippers for Misses ami Children f Davenport Bros THE WRONG MEDICINE If you take medicine whiii you dont need it you do yourself an injury If you tuko headache medicine when thu real causo is your eyes the headache will nev er bo permanently relieved Ac tual figures prove that six head aches out of ten are- caused by Eye Strain Examination and Advice Entire ly Free C F W MARQUARDT I DR OF OPHTHALMOLOGY NORFOLK NEBRASKA 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 line of Mat Board in town Newest styles of Picture Mouldings New shipment just re ceived Yours for business C P MICHAEL At Thompsons ii cons corn 20 5 cans tomatoes 25 Wheatling per package 10 Gold dust -1 lb 18 packages yeast 10 Bakers chocolate 18 2 lbs ABO crackers...

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 — 14 June 1900

I Thej4ottfolkflccjas It niipcni Mint tho woMorn nlio tho oiitiiiys rountiy coast is KuslouNts wmihl bo dollglUod to thnt prospojtty hns koiio wroiiK hno tbo pooplo bollovo tliom with whioh tlu hao so lotiK boon lliotod by the mild mil ton wilting siiy mill lohu H Muy loptihlioan nomtiico for Ioiinross in tho Third dUttiot H KilniiiK in luiiunlntiinoo ami HttoiiKth ench Orison bus hron Ilruwd in a doubtful Rtnto by doinooriitio HtiitlstlHuim It is doubtful if tboy will bao tbo pioHiimp lion to sopuvm it again It is a pity domonatio oilltorsdont Kio their iondir Hint nows fioin Oio iron It would toliowi that tiiod fooliiiK The in nnith Star louiual mtyH Gov loyntors piudon of llio Mrown county iiiuiilouir luly Ith of litHt your an inhuman Howl who should havo boon huiiR instoad has not boon forKotton It wiih woifio limn Ids cat tin tlilof puuloiiH Hryan lately pleaded with tho people of OroKon to do tho limhtthinn andthoy did it by BhowiiiK tho Ini kh ropub henn Kidn for yoais Mr llr...

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 — 14 June 1900

II h V y c 4 so X Y 7 i I Our Line of Summer I Footwear Is Complete See the Strap Slippers for Misses and Children Davenport Bros J THE WRONG I MEDICINE If you take medicine when you dont need it you do yourself au injury If you tuko headiiche medicine when the real cause is your eyes the hendsicho will nev er bo permanently relieved Ac tual figures prove thnt six houd aches out of ten are- caused by Eye Strain Examination and Advice Entire ly Free C F W NIARQUARDT DR OF OPHTHALMOLOGY NORFOLK - NEBRASKA O 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 Picture Mouldings New shipment just re ceived Yours for business C P MICHAEL At Thompsons 3 cans corn 20 cans tomatoes 25 Wheatling per package 10 Gold dust 4 lb 18 IS packages yeast 10 Bakers chocolate 18 2 lbs A B 0 crackers 15 1 gal pail syrup 3...

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 — 14 June 1900

r 8 GODS ACHE II llp that Mitlnit Saton plirap Mrh rlli Th burial rTntinit tloda lrrl It la juat ht conaecratra cafli snir within lla walla And treatlica a In nlaon on the lrriliiK dint t illoda Arret Yr tlit Mewed tume Impart Coiiilort to Hmc who In the crap bar m The arcd that Hit bad itartirrril In tin Ir luaita Their bread ol lite alaiin more tlirlr own I Into Ita furrow aluill we all bo rati I In tlir ante laltli that we rhnll tlfc aaln At the ureal li ltrt whrn the arrhanirrla blaat Khali winnow HVe a tan the rliafl ami grain Then chall Urn irord atand In Immortal bloom In the talr Bardena el tliat teetuid hltth and each bricM tilnaMim tnlnitlc II perfume- Willi that el flnirett which iieter bloomed on I earth Willi tliy rude plnwunarr ilratti torn up the sod Ami pred the furrow tor the wed r wiwj JThl la the field and acre if our IihI Tills la tlir place where liuman tianrcti irrowl Longfellow o o o o o o o o o o t A VAIN RETREAT A Story of trc Indian Plague I 6 o o o o o o o...

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 — 21 June 1900

i l Hi The Norfolk Weebxy News nntonir lirii MM fib NAMED President McKinley Has a Popular Running Mate CONVENTION UNANIMOUS Enthusiasm Was in Full and Complete Control HANNA GAVE IT UP YESTERDAY Nutlnnal Chairman Cimldtil Stem the Tide ir 1opulnr Sentiment 1 emlers and Kteryhody IMho Coiilldent of tin Over whelming Majority Thin Fall Philadelphia June 21 tllO P M Special to Tun Nnws Amid a sceno of enthuFioEtu which has seldom if evor been equnlled nt a nominating conven tion the republican national convention this afternoon placed in nomination Wm McKinley of Ohio for president and Govenor Theodore Roosevelt of New York for vice president the former by tumultuous acclamation and the lat ter with lucking but one vote of being vote President McKiuleys name was placed before the convention this after- j noon by Senator Foraker of Ohio in a brilliant and effective speech Gov ernor Roosevelt of New York seconded the senators nomination and at 1241 in a burst of enthusiasm that threat 1...

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