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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 5 July 1900

i FRIDAY FACTS Judge Powers rondo ft bnslucfH trip to Ureighton todny V U Mi D Tyler ffiw ft passenger for coin thin afternoon Chris Toxly the Stnnton Jeweler droto tip thin morning on bnsincKB Mlss Neldn llan of BAttlo Creek wns in tho city yesterdny doing some shop ping - MissMnrthn ZUUo of Stnnton attended tho dnnco nt tho hospital for tho insnuo JoKt evening Pr6f M G Docrlng of Bnttlo Crook In tho city yesterdny visiting with Prof M II Singer W S Ciinninghnm mid B II Boker two of Tildons prominent agriculturists worn Norfolk visitors yesterday Nov John Aftkln of Tnbor Iowo will occupy tho pulpit nt tho First Congro Bntiounl church Sundny morning A conge ninl company of young peoplo lrom thu city enjoyed tho weekly enter tainment nt tho hospital for tho insano luflt evening Will Morris of Contrnl City who 1iih fceen visiting IiIh brother M It Morris departed todny for I6wn Mitchell no compnnylng him Mrs W H Cooloy nnd daughters BopbIo nnd Mnblo depnrted ycBterdny for their three ...

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 — 5 July 1900

i i V I BURGLARY LAST NIGHT Drug Store of Geo B Christoph Was Touched THIEVES TOOK EIGHTY DOLLARB Entrance Wan Gained Through the Tran mini Ovpr the Hear Door nnd llenldefi the Cnah a Number of Cigar WereTah en No Cine to the ItohberK VcomSnttirdRrs Dailr The pharmacy of Geo B Christoph was entered InBt night by burglars and 180 iu cash tnkon from tho safe Of the nmouut 02 belonged to tup Express company for which Mr Christoph conductBnBiibugency Belling nnd cashing money orders The thieves evidently gained admls Biou through the transom over tho bnck door as it was raised out of its socket nnd shoe irrks on tho panels of the door were observed Chas Madsen the pharmacist opened tho store this morning at 7 oclock and found the safe open while tho books and papers it contained were littered nbout the door Mr Christoph is cer tain that he closed and locked tho Eafe laet night before he went homo and thinks that tho thieves worked the combination A key was in the cash drawer and the doo...

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 — 5 July 1900

i 0 The ftoitf oik rleuas Tho iintlnnnl ttckotfl crmtiiiiii to mnl llply Tho prohibitionists mo now In Ohtrngo niuiiliiK nimllilnton mid writing pint forma Tho Hrjriui ticket will not lmvo tho support of tho soolrtllstH tlmt it hml four yiwsnRO Thoy lmvo u tioltot of thoir own tlmt thoy vro supporting with nil thoir vlRor Ono HnstiiiKslmnkor took in n Kold brick Another IlnstliiKH Imnkor took tho ropuullcnu liotiiiiuvtion for Kovnuor Thofjold hrlrk is worth il 10 wlmt is tho other brick worth Voik Toiler bonioiriit SJfiOO i yonr Tho republican forcos nro lininn up utroiiRly and pliinnliiK n vlRoroiiH buttlo nllnloiiK tho lino Thoy nro ombiiod witli oiithusinsin mid coiitiiltinoo mid will not lot up on democracy until nhout Novombor when their cnmlidiitoH will conio untlor the wires iflonotiHly Mr Bryan rocolvod tho uiuinlmouH Rapport of tho Sioux Kullfl convention and yot ho him not Hiiid either Thank you or Darn you IHh oratory in ovidontly on tap only for tho KniifuiH City convent...

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 — 5 July 1900

I V y 7 X iF -COME TO- I f I S k Our Line of i Summer Footwear Is Complete j See the Strap Slippers for Misses and Chilcii ren Davenport Bros Eye Strain Belies Character ri n rw sight produces unnatural cxpres sion Perpetual frowns caused by an effort to see better often belii v character we are experts in fitting glasses that make facial distortions unnecessary C F W MARQUARDT DR OF OPHTHALMOLOGY NORFOLK - NEBRASKA FOR THE - FINEST PHOTOS MICHAELS STUDIO Wo 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 Thompson is some what disfigured but still in tho ring The Weather Conditions of the weather as recorded for tho 24 hours ending at 8 a in to day Maximum temperature 92 Miuiinum temperature 70 Average 81 Preolpitation - 00 Total precipitation for month 73 Earonieter 202...

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 — 5 July 1900

l Norfolk W C AHLHAN N A UAlNIIOIiT PrMidrnt AlKXANDKH IIKAH Vleic PrwIdfM W IIIiUCHOLZCmIiIm K WZUTZ Assistant Cashier National Bank OLDEST ESTABLISHED BAHKIM6 BUSINESS IN NORTHEAST NEBRASKA Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Does a General Banking Business Huys nncl SoIIb Exchange lntcrrnt Pnld on Tlmo Deposits Drnftn nnri Money Orders Sold on any Point In Europe A General Steamship nml Foreign Iasanuo Huslncsa Transnotcd AHEAH TP IUKLON FJHALti W II IIOOHOUE WM ZUT NA HAINnOLT JOHN It HAYB F VICHOKB PHCOTTON Our Stock is very Full and Complete Late buy ers will find a Good As sortment from which to select INSKJEEPS MILLINERY sv H C W BRAASCH DEALER IN IICOAL co Exclusive agent ior the Celebratdd Sweetwater Rock Spring Coal best In the market Scranton Hard Coal In all sizes TELEPHONE ttl t A LTJIKART Pbkhident OHAS S UK1UHE Vice Pbksidunt the V II JOHNSON CAsniKn V It BUAASUU Asst Cisiiieb The Citizens National Bank Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 Bny anil sell exchange ou this country n...

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 — 12 July 1900

i V V T k 1 iK LONDON The Norfolk Weekly News 1 Skeptical of Reports That Le- gation Officials Arc Alive POBBIBLY A TEIOK OF TUAN Gloomy Vlrwx I TuUcn nvgnrdlpg the Bafetyof Foreigner In Vetting Alttr Hard Preened utTlen Tain Nlu OliwmiR Eacked nud Humeri London July 12 Tlio Chincso tioii again beard a most ominous ns epect Eighteen days ogo Sir Robert Hart dispatched his lust nicssago de claring that the situation wis despor ato nnd sinco theu no word has como from tho Euiopcans in Peking Ac cording to tho Daily Minis Shanghai correspondent Li Hung Oliaug has re ceived an imperial decreo ordering his imtuodiato departuro for Peking pre sumably co break tho news of the Pe king tragedy to tho European powers nud in his usual rolo of negotiator with Europo in difficult matters to endeavor to not as mediator and to avert tho veu gcanco of the powers To add to tho grimness of this sug gestion all advices from Tien Tsin tend VIUXCE TT7AM toconltt ni tLo cport j of the peifious condition ...

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 — 12 July 1900

I u - Theflottfolkrleuis V N UU3K Publlnuor l ek cents DAILY IMiiWWkxI t W7 oxcnpt Siimliiy Hy Ml ntnil imr ymr pi cnrrlfir Mtt WKKKIY ttnlltl1iol t Wt Kyety Thurln 13 inll jmr your M flKnlnrcd nt tho PoMollico nt Notfollc Noli toceml rlns mnllrr Tolopliotm No 22 REPUBLICAN TICKET Nittlotml rur WllllAM McKtMKv lor Olilo Knr Vlro Iriwldnnl Tmoooni HooMMKiT now orn Slnln Tor unrnor riiuuKi II DlKTRimi Ailmns lor Ileutoiinnt Governor K V Hvor Junior For Secretory of Stnto Oho W MARilt UlchnnUoti Kor Trrnimror William Stkuvtir Cuming For Auditor UiiAniua Wkitos Hhnililnii For Atturnn lonornl Fiiank N Prout For Inml ComnilMlnnnr UKOIUIK 1 KolMBII NiinUolls For Siipnrlnteiidont of Public Instruction W K Foutnu Washington Prosldcutlnl Klectors John K Nkhiiitt ii ii win1m1m Kdwaiii Kothic It li 11 AlltlH H P Daviimon jAron 1 Jaooimon John 1 Kknnkuy JOIINJ IiANOKU GoiiffreMlnnnl ForCoiiRromiu Third District John H Hav Norfolk IJ iluillitlnl For Judge Ninth J F low Antolopo Norfolk will bo hi...

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 — 12 July 1900

TC1 HIT nuiAoniiuo i f Tivn 1 K I I I lit liU Six Thousand arc Perishing on the Gila Reservation THE RESULT OF ALAOK OF WATER An tmlln raiiiltie t llouin on n Smaller Hrnto IrrlRntldti nf Ailil unit Sunl Arltl lnmU Would Prevent Murh SullerlliK Hinl Alii In Detnloplnt Hie Count y Guy K Mitchell secretary of tho Na tional Intention association contributes tho following interesting nrticlo regard iug Homo of tho features of tho irrign tiou question Indians starving to tloath is tho heading of fi lhoonix snoclnT to tho Ohlcngo Tribune tho text of which is lis follows Six thousand Indians are starving to death ou tho Gila reservation according to S M McGowau superin tendent of tho Indian Industrial school of Phoenix Ills statomout paints n most doplorablo plcturo of conditions oxistiug nmoiig tribes that havo nevor been contaminated by white blood Superintendent McGowau said ho fouud twenty helploss adults in ouo miserable shack that would uuder ordi nary circumstances scarcely accomoda...

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 — 12 July 1900

ii r 1 FRIDAY FACTS U O Seller drovo to Battle Crock fcytstordny on ImplncM Dan Ponsloy arrived in tho city Inst enrolling to visit friends Editor Lunger of tho West Point Re publican was n city visitor today A boy was born this morning to Mr nud Mrs Frank Gliws of South Norfolk Mr nnil Mrs B T Whllo of Otnnhn uro expected hero this evening to visit friend Job Lcnoh of Niobrara arrived In the vjlty Inst night for i short visit with friends U T Sprechcr drove to llnttlo Crook liuit evening to innko some repairs on tho telephone lino Mims AgncB nnd Nnnnic Stafford will leave Smulny on a visit to friends in astern lown Miss Vclmii Covert of Columbus is with Mr and Mrs Geo II 8 poor at thoOximrd Mr and Mrs 0 W Hrnasch nnd Miss Gortrndo loftjyesterdny for an outing nt points of interest on the greut JMlssos Dossio and Tony Lobnow came a it a I lt liVnlr over irom juiiuihou 10 tqiunu mui nt home returning yesterday Kay Seymour 1ms resigned his posi tlon in Leonards drug store and will Jon...

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 — 12 July 1900

It in i - V i TUESDAY TOPICS lion John It Hays of this city is In Otnnhn Mrs C O Gow was ft powsenger for Lincoln this morning Miss Georgia Harvey left today for hor homo in Colorado M A Morris loft todny for Colorado to look over the country Mips Louieo Whipps has gone t Pierce to visit until Monday Miss Laverno Gilliui of Bcntrico lavis hing nt the homo of C F Shaw S FueBlor leaves todny for Colorndo and Utah to look up a new location Elmer O IUggs departed for Colorndo Inst evening to loolc for a new locution Mrs Kffio Tnylor and dnughter Lulu left this noon for Pierce to spend the re union MiFS Mny Krnft and Jos Wills of Battle Creek visited friends in the city yesterday J D Sturgeon and his family are among the Norfolk representatives to the Pierce reunion Mrs C S Hayes with Clyde nnd Beulah returned this noon from their visit at Leed S D Miss May Uurland returned this morning from a weeks visit at her homo in Plainviow Quite a number of Norfolk families have gone to Pierce to ...

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 — 12 July 1900

tf i ft r 8 Theflopfolkeaas Free trmlo on Ico win not cllsoimott t nny Knt length liy tho ilomwiiitlc convention Tho Rold democrats nmy bo ropro pouted by Stoumson but Hryan will his platform nro bis own Thoronomiimtloii ot Uryan doesnt pooiu to hno nwiikoned any onthusiium nmmilT till democrats of NoifolU Olinrloy Towno can now gracefully uliilo with till other evidences of popu lism oil democracys collar door Urynn wasnt worrying nbout tho re units of tho Knnsis City convention Ho unci his bows had it nil tliud advance A Missouri fntinor lecontly lost uVOO illnmanil ring wlillo feeding li chickens Former Hiynn should tulco tho warning tbis convoys All that populiHin soonis to havo loft in tho fusion combine is tho roltonitlon or HI to 1 mid thoy wouldnt know whnro that wns should Hryan happon to bo olceted CJir Hryun said it would bo 11 to 1 or nothing as far as ho was concerned and it was so Ho may bo ablo to dominate tho democratic party but not tho country Tho groat national ca...

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 — 12 July 1900

l I t K Our Line of Summer Footwear- Is Complete See the Strap Slippers for Misses and Children Davenport Bros Beauty and Glasses nl Women strain their -- - eyes waste nerve energy and produce premature wrinkles because they think glasses detract from their personal charms Properly fitted glasses positively lmpnm the looks of those with defective eyes We put beauty In glasses as well as behind them C F W MARQUARDT DR OF OPHTHALMOLOGY NORFOLK NEBRASKA FOR THE FINEST PHOTOS TO- MICHAELS STUDIO Wo 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 Thompson is some what disfigured but still in the ring The Weather Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a in to day Maximum temperature 90 Minimum temperature til Average 75 Precipitation 00 Total preoip...

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 — 12 July 1900

i 8 L I Jennie Baxter I Journalist I Continued Oli ho lm tlotio ho biI1 MIka Hiiv tcr nnd did it very elTectivoly indeed In fnct your rensotm nro quite unnn wornble Yon fonr of conrnc tlmt you will lose vonrnltuntloii nml Unit In very important nml no cno In Tliu Duglo offlco wish oa yon to milTer for whnt yon hnvo done Of course It Ih nil In tho public lutorcflt Of contso of conrHO murmured Ilntol looking down on tlio table Well linvo yon nil tlio docuiiiontB rwuly bo tlmt they win bo published nt ny timoT Quito rendy niiHWoml tho mnn Very woll paid tho fjlrl with de cision Hero is your 00 Just count tho money nud neo that It Ih correct I took tho cnvelopo hh It was bunded to mo nnd lmve not examined tho amount myself She poured tho povcroignn out on tho tnblo nnd Ilnzof with tromblhiu An Bora counted thoni out two by two That Ih qnlto rlM ho Bald rising Ho went to a drawer unlocked It and took out n long blno cnvelopo There ho wild with 11 sigh that was nlmoflt a Tlioro nro tho 11...

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 — 19 July 1900

mi i wi f The Norfolk Weeexy News ALLIES AREAT ODDS Operations in China Hampered by Lack of Harmony INDIVIDUAL ADVANTAGE SOUGHT Ilusslnn Itofiuo to Turn Cnpturril Tnkit Tlen Tsin llallunj Hack tit the Kncllsli Cumpituy lominiiy Tlirrntnim Iiule petitlent Aotluu cm London July 19 Whilo ovldcneo accumulates dully that China Iiuh been loug propunug iv forinidublo military orguuizntion in miticipntion of tho pres ent conflict and that tho area of rebel Hon is continually extending harmony nmong tho allies is lacking Tho Huh Minus have refused Admiral Soyniours request to hand over tho restored Tnku Tien Tbiu uiilroud to tho English com pany and it is rumored that Germany proposes to tnko u serious independent Btep namely to patrol tho with Geriinin Such a Btep would bo grj i ly resented by England Still moro alarming news has been conveyed to the Duily express from Tokio to tho effect that tho uppareut reluctance of Germany and Russia to consent to a Japanese commander for tho army corp...

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 — 19 July 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 — 19 July 1900

fl I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Proceeding of tlio Uncut McmIIiik llo IKiil of Supoi lutnticliMit Wiikoi Madison Nobr luly llrt 1 p in Hoard of county commissioners of Mulisou county stato of Xuhrnkn mot pursuant to adjournment Present H W Winter J J Hughes and Christ Schmitt Minutes of meetings of Juno 11 1 a nnd 18 wore read nnd on motion ap proved On motion mpnrt of CD Johnson overseer of road district No 20 now re signed shoving all claims paid nnd no monoy on hand was approved On motion tho following bills wcro al lowed Arthur J Koonigstoin 5 days bailiff district court fia J K Meland bridgo work 70 L M Johnson bridgo work 1550 B 13 Heed bridgo work 0 S O Siuionson bridgo work 17r0 applied on persounl tax i balauco 1150 Win Bruuimuud lumber f 2520 Edwards Bradford Lumber com pany lumber tGW M D Tyler salary for quarter ending JuneJJO 200 State Journal company blank books f 1570 allowed loss fit balanco l270 Hammond Bros and Stephens sta tionery 1250 W F F Winter bridge work fVim On m...

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 — 19 July 1900

FRIDAY FACTS 1 W Edwards and U W Williams drove to Pierco this nftcrnooii V VY O Hall has erected a flno now mrbcr polo In front of hln shop Mr nnd Mrs Goo Mather attended the reunion nt Piorco Thurhdny W E Spencer returned thin morning from his buslnosR visit to St Paul Mrs O F Kudor of Meadow Grovo ttivh shopping In tlio city yesterday Trod Soil nnd Frank Stetson wero city vlsitorB yestcrdny afternoon from Hetuner Misses AgnoR Wumier nntl Gertrude Miller of Stanton wyo city visitors yes Inrtlny MIrbcp Helen nnil Inez Duiihnm of Oahdalo nro vIMttng nt tho homcB of L W mid F A Heeler Most of tluulry roikIh stores of tho city nro invoicing their stocks preparatory to ordering tluir full Roods Miss Ct liii Clmso of Wnyno n strong competitor in tho Poo vncntion contest was in tho city yestorday Kov mill Mrs G 11 Mnin wero vis itors at tho homo of Mrs C 15 Farley four mills west of tho city yesterday Kov Frank McOlunoy mid fmnlly of Daytona Florida aro visiting with Mrs McOhmoyH mother ...

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 — 19 July 1900

it a HE 1VANM CHANGE Old Time Democrat Will Vote for McKinley A WHITE CHANGES HIS POLITICS Vottil IJ incirrntlcTlckct With one txrrro Hon for Xeiirly Sixty Veiir Siiiortl HrjHii In IHHil Whr ii Ffleinl or Sm Houston In tho Dajoof 19 Abo White who lives smith of town Ib oiio of tho dotuocrnts who supported Bryan iu lbDli but considers that McKiu loyiBiii is Rood enough for him mid will vote for itBcontinuiuico for another four years and will nlso support tho repub lican Etntc ticket Mr White who is SO years of ago is perhaps tho oldest democrat in tho county and iB a Virginian by birth Ho spent his childhood in tho territory sacred as tho homo of Thomas Jefferson and his childhood steps have followed literally in tho paths trod by that stal wart Anierieau ho having been quite n chnuk of a lad a9 an Irifihman would Hay before that famous statesman passed away He lias voted tho democratic ticket all his lite with one other notable excep tion He voted for Liucolu because ho waB opposed ...

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 — 19 July 1900

0 ThQonfolkfleuus Wont her 1ropliH UkUi predicted i Ioiir nut drouth after Inly U mid It rained like tln old Hairy Fore cnstltiK tho wonthci i not always tr iable its UtiUo has ofton IWoovorod In spite of tVoir Con inn I ho doinorinU to ouo pluro on tho stnto ticket tlm fact Mill ronmins Hint tho populNlH nro wit li mit representation on tho nationiil ti ket It is prolmbly all rljrlit iih it H for Hryiuii snko It cost tho Nohniskii dolepttioii to tho Kiuihiw Iity eonvuiitioii liiM for their hotel a slight ovldonco of luxurious pint oernry that would take thoodKO olV of tho sharpest Ililunilty Btatoinont over made For HrvanH sake dont you popo emtio follows take a common soiiho view of tho prosperity situation lust call nil prosperity facts Hon mid lot It KQ t that Makonnassof yourself if neo osMiry for llryans snko Tho straight populists of Stanton county organized last Saturday and chose dokKatos to tho stato conces sional honatorial and roprosontatlvo convontions Thoy claim that a...

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 — 19 July 1900

I y j f y I 5 dj X f y xr p Our Line of Summer Footwear- is Complete J See the Strap Slippers for Misses and Children 1 Davenport Bros f i Beauty and Glasses zy Women strain their - eyes waste nerve energy and produce premature wrinkles because they think glasses detract from their personal charms Properly fitted glasses positively imprcw the looks of those with defective eyes We put beauty In glasses as well as behind them C F W MARQUARDT DR OF OPHTHALMOLOGY NORFOLK - NEBRASKA FOR THE FINEST PHOTOS COME TO MICHAELS STUDIO Wo always have tho latest styles and guarantee that our work will please yon Onr 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 Thompson is soine what disfigured but still in the ring The Weather Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum temperature 00 Minimum temperature 02 Average 7...

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