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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 December 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER J3 , 1901. Senator Morgan is Author of Construction Measure , A8KS A TOTAL OF $180,000,000. Invests Control of Nloaraguan Water , way In United States Board Lodge Gives His Vlewa of Hay-Pauncefote Treaty Changes In Civil Service. I Washington , Doc. 11. Senator Mor X&n yeaUrday Introduced u > bill pro * -riding for tlio construction of the Nicaraguan - araguan cnnal. Tlio bill provides nn aggregate of $180,000,000 , of which 95,000,000 Is in ado immediately avail able. Tlio control of tlio canal la -vested In n board of eight cltlzeiui of the United States , In addition to tlio eccrctary of wnr , who IB to bo prcfll- -dent. These motnborH of tlio board ro to bo paid a salary of | 8,000 n year each , and they nro to b chosen rogardlcsa of political tiJllllatlon. tThero IB n provision authorizing tlio establishment of a regiment from tlio regular army on the canal bolt to guard It properly. Mr. Ledge called tip the Hay * "Paunccfoto treaty I...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 December 1901

THE NOKFOIJC NEWS : FRIDAY , IVEOEMRER 13 , 1001 McLaurln Ignores TJHman's Challenge to Resign. SCENE is HIGHLY DRAMATIC. /Episode Follows a Speech by Me * Laurln Resenting Attitude of Demo- | crata Toward Him Ship Subsidy , Measure Introduced. i Washington , Dec. 10. The uonata chamber was the scene of a highly dramatic episode yesterday when Sen ator Tlllman ( S. O. ) challenged tils colleague , Senator McLaurln , to re- , Blgn with him on the spot , In order , to use his own language , that they might bo able "to wash their dirty linen nt homo. " McLaurln did not take up the guago. The Incident was the direct sequel of the very bitter controversy which arose between the senators in South Carolina last spring. McLaurln arose to n qut 3tlon of per- eonal privilege and proceeded to ox- , plaln what ho charged was a consplr- -acy to discredit him in his own state for acts and views which did not meet the approval of certain Democratic loaders. He declared that ho was being - ing humi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 December 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 13,1901 The fiotff oik rietns It you wtxiit a real thorough tout of n tlotcotlvo'H ability , have him look up a famous beauty or public individual \vtth only iv newspaper likeness IIH u ohm. "Unolo Russell Sngo will probably ad- vlio his potltlouerH to attend Ilio pro posed Oarnoglonnlvendty 1C they will ncci-pl Huoli advleo In Hcu of u nioro Biibstuntlal gift. Miss Stout ! appears to hnvo uioro lives tlmu a miokfnl of ThomiiR cats. It IB a jaro day that idio is tint hilled , by the newspaper corriippomlontN , to bo tosur roctcd again on the morrow. Ohio democrats Hpont $13,000 during the recent campaign whllo the ropultll ciuiH of Iowa expended but $5,000. It IH ovlduitoo that the largest campaign' wad dooH not always win tlio battlo. Moiubora of congress are ovldontly determined that tluno shall bo HOUIU thing to do during the present mission ixnd introduced ! t,000 bills the first Ua"y. History will support the bollof that but about ono of tho...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 December 1901

.i li. , . _ . . . _ _ . TITE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , 1TKCKM1.KU l , 1001 , A PANTHER'S I BEQUEST I , * i How Clydo Brown Pound n J ! Fortune and Won a QlrL In a largo mining town In the far vest there lives ( icorgc Handulf , a mining king , who by nature Is as stern and arbitrary aw men arc apt to bo when they acquire suildou riches. In addition to his gold , ho possessed a ranf treasure In the person of his daughter Ilosslo. as sweet a huyenteen- year-old maiden as over lived. Pretty Ilosslo did not lack for lovers , v . 7\ ' and quite as naturally the favored ono > ' if. } ! was the very ono that her father ob jected to. > Clyde Brown was frank spoken , with nn honest , manly face , a true , loving heart and little else. ' * "Why. Elizabeth" - her father al- " > nil ways called her that when displeased 'O "how can you forgot that we arc jle- .f't scondod from the Itaudolftt 'of VIr- . > glnla ? ' .lust a little longer , daughter ? " , V a year or two at the most and ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 December 1901

A THE NORFOLK NKWS : Kill DAY , DECEMBER 13,1901. Ambroz Bllgcr Tells of Filipino pine War Methods. NATIVE SOLDIERS ARE OF VALUE Correspondent Tnkos n Trip lo the Hillsntul Dlnos on Clilckon nnd Eggs. Deserters arc Cnpturod Oivon Up by Nntlvos. 1 Alorin , Mindanao , July ail Wo miulo n trip into the hills n fuw days ago , leaving in the morning nnd remaining nll'dny. Wo wore propanul for ruin , having our ponolion with us nnd there wore three in the party. Wo started for the nearest stronghold of the insur- gouts nnd paid tltoin a visit. The place vro know was notvory ( strong , an it was BO dlfllonlt of access. Wo traveled a fa miliar road for about three inllos thou turned otT and wont for the hlllfl by crossing the rlvor where the rooks af forded a means of crossing without wading. Wo had a very stoop , rooky hill to climb after crossing the rlvor. Thostonns were loose and when one \raH started it took others nnd made n noicothat could bo hoard for quite a distance , Informing th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 December 1901

' " "sun - _ i - SATURDAY SIFTINGS. R. A.Owen was a Norfolk visitor to day from Creightou. J. A. Williams of Plainviow was a city visitor yesterday. J. W. Williams WIIB over from the county seat yesterday. Mrs. 0. E. Farloy of Colborgou , this state , is visiti g Norfolk relatives. Miss Kathryn Slssou has gouoto Win- side to spend Sunday with friends. L. II , Priohard of Meadow Grove was mooting his Norfolk friends yesterday. A. J. Thatch and G. Bnottuor were Norfolk visitors yesterday from Modi- eon. eon.Dr. Dr. W. A. Thomas , the state veteri narian , was in tbo city last evening to BOO Dr. McKim. Miss Irouo Dexter and Max Asinus have accepted positions in Uttor'e book store to assist through the holiday rush. Mrs. H. S. Livingstone loft this morn ing over the Union Pacific to join her husband and the "Which is Who" com pany at Denver. The Modern Woodmen of America are to give a ball in the Mast hall next Thursday evening , which will undout- edly bo an enjoyable affair. The teach...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 December 1901

I 10 THE NORFOLK NEWS ; AY , DECEMBER 13 , J90L I WEDNESDAY WRINKLES. L. Uloy was over from Madison yes tordny. M. Snyder was up from Pllgi-r y i" * tonlny. S. Q. li > nnvont to Omaha on busi ness thin morning. Miss Amm Peed was In ( own yester day from Plnluvknv. F. M .Tonos of Wnyno was ix Sugar 01 ty visitor yontordiiy. Goo. 0. StPpbi'iiMm was over from Madison thiH.inonilng. H. It. llorblson was In the motiopollH yostordny from Madison. O. P. Honumiliir was n oily visitor from Madison ycflt onlay. K. R. WilHixniB was In tlio city I hi * morning from Randolph. Lewis Siioht wnn ix Norfollc visitor yosturdny from Bloomllold. Mrs. Klttlo llltohcook of PIoico was shopping In Norfolk yostordny. Mrs. L. . U. Craig and daughter of Ploroovoro shopplngiin Norfolc toduy. Boulnh ohaptor No.10 , 0.15. S. , will moot in regular session tomorrow ovon- Ing. SixiuJMook has returned from Amollix , Holt county , wlioro ho has boon for Homo months. Dr. 0. A. MoKlm mndo n profoHBloiml vlnlt to Si...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 December 1901

THE NOUFOLK NEWS : K1UDAY , DKOEMMIl 13 , 1001. 11 .WATCHES . . , . A good Watch atul Olmln makes a very appropriate Christmas present. We have a very nice se lection of Fine Watches. Make your selection now by making a small deposit wo will lay it away un til Christmas. Oar prices are right value considered. c. p. w. JEWELER , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ 70.00 House nnd > acre , M St 850 00 HOUBO and large ham 4000.00 House , haru , % acre , 4th St. . . 1200.00 House ut Junction 700.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. Those frosty mornings you like Pan Cakes for breakfast. We have the Old Fashioned Buckwheat Flour besides four different lines of Pan Cake Flour. Three lines of Maple Syrup , and they the best. Dome in and see them and get a tree sample. We have just received a few jars of Ap ple Butter like Mother used to make. It isworfch trying. You don't get goods like 'em very often. PARISH The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 December 1901

r A .12 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 13 , 1901. HOLJDMY } > ' ? > "i " GRADE PI AND ORGANS < > ' > > l > . " > < ' < I .1 t < < X > < > < > < > l > < ! < > I Rver Meld in North Nebraska. < II ' > ' An unusual opportunity is presented the music loving public to select a Piano or Organ from The : est and < * > ( > < * > \x and most excellent stock of musical instruments ever before put on sale by any dealer in < > the state. Pianos in all the < - > * > latest designs of cases and the most choice of veneering in all the different woods known to * < -JN ? > w ? the trade = = such as figured Mahog = any , Birch , French Burl Walnut , X > ' . ? > American Walnut , Oak , Circas = ' ' v'a'v a - - - " " " ' * . ir i - _ , iy sian Walnut and Rosewood. Every one Selected Especially < < for this * * They are manufactured by a dozen of the best , most promi = nent an...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

\J THE NOBFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOUBNAL. , , , , . NORFOLK NEHttASKA FRIDAY DEOKMBEU 20 J001. Victims Buried Under Tons of ; . Molten Metal. GAS IN FURNACE EXPLODES , Doomed Men Caught Where There Waa No Escape Were at Work at , the Time on a Platform One Hun dred Feet From the Ground. Plttsburg , Doc. 20. By an explosion of goo In the Soho furnaces of Jonas & Lauchlln , ton mou wcro burned to death , three Injured so badly that they are not expected to live and two others dangerously hurt. The damage to the plant will amount to $20,000. The dead : Andrew Solh , Qeorgo Shlsul , George Sonmgo , Mlchaol Mlle , Michael Gazdovltz , John Mascy , John Morecko , Joseph Prankowltz , John Knochanka , George Vallgo. The bodies of the victims wcro ter ribly mangled and burned. The explosion occurred In one of , . the big blast funmcea. The men were at work at the top of thu furnace over 120 feet from the ground. They were employed as fillers and were just get ting ready to quit work when the ga...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

THE NOHJfOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 20 , 1901. DAILY. Established , 1M7 , Krery dy ie ipt Hnnilny , II ; carrier itr weak , (5 cvtnU , llyttnall per year , | 4.00. WHRKLY * NwtMUt4Uhtfl , im , The Journal , established .1811 RTOTJ Friday , J'r ' mull per year , $1.10. Kolnred nt the rostoflloe at Norfolk , Ntb , , as eooitolMi mutter. tphonnst Kdltorlal Department , No. tt | Holiness Ofllee and Job ( looms. No. SZZ. , Ai n f roqnonwr 9 ! flaloons'OArrlo Nft- tlon In the cqnal of many topers. < ii * ifi Couffrom ban ndjonrnod for the lioll * dny vacation to rocouvono January ( I. , hey probably moan that the country hall 011 joy n Merry Christmas and n bappy Now Year. The loss by the Hood in PoniiBylvaula IB oatiuiatod to bo between three mid flro nitlllou dollarfl. The loss by the cold In Nebraska will not coino within BtilliouH of that amount. Give us the cold. . _ The Btaroh factory at NobrnHita Olty is about to roHUiuo work nftor being oloficd down during the fmmmcr Air. Bry...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DKOEMBRR 20 , 1001 , 3 PRO-BOER TALK NOT IN FAVOR. Lloyd-George Arousen Government Supporters to Pitch of Fury. I IxHidqn , Doc. 19. David Lloyd- , George , M. P. , In speaking hi Ulruilug- ham town hall last night , proclpltatod a Bccno uuprccodontcd In that city elnco the Aston Park riots. The ma ? Jorlty of the audience wore hostile to the speaker and wore enraged hy his pro-Doer and anti-Chamberlain utter ances. They rushed the police cordon Guarding the platform. In the moan" while the hulldlng was besieged from the outside hy a mob of several thou sand people , who fusilladed the audi ence with atones through the win dows. The police reserves wore turned out. and succeeded In dispersing the mob after repeated charges. A num ber of persons were Injured and the town hall was completely wrecked. Lloyd-Georgo and his friends were compelled to retreat to an Inner room for safety. They were unable to leave the building for fear of mob violence and were th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 20 , 1901. Resolutions Introduced in the House Commend Admiral. ENDORSE DEWEY'8 OPINION. Wheeler of Kentucky Makes Move for InvestlQatlon EfforU Will Be Made , to Place Schley on Reared List With Full Pay and Emoluments. WaBhlngton , Doc. 18. Representa tive Wheeler ( Ky. ) , a member of the Jimieo committee on naval affairs , yen- torday Introduced a resolution for an Investigation of tbo Schloy caao. Provision - vision la made for a report to the liouno of representatives and Authority is glvoa to Bond for persona and pa- para , Representative Qrimth ( Ind. ) Intro duced a rcDolntton for an investigation of thu navy dopnrtinont and of the Bchloy case , The preamble expresses confldcucc In Admiral Schloy , rocltcn the allegation of the Mnclay history , and rofont to reports that Captain Crownlnahlcld nnd other naval officers -worn furnlBhed proofs of thla history. The large amounts of prlzo money re solved by Admiral Sampson and Cap tain Chadwlc...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

1 TUB NORFOLK. NEWS : "FRIDAY , DKOKMBKR 20 , HI01 Majority Report of Board of In quiry Adverse to Him. CONDEMNED ON ELEVEN COUNTS 'Charged ' With Insubordination and Failure to Perform Duty Admiral ' Dewey , In Minority Report , Sustains the Hero of Santiago. Washington , Doc. 14. The most pro longed , Interestlngand Important naval tribunal over held In this country came to a close yesterday , having In open and secret session lasted one week short of throe months , when Secretary Long was handed the find f ings of the court of Inquiry Into the ' 'conduct of Rear Admiral Schley dur- _ jng the Santiago campaign. For "seven weeks the court hoard testi mony , and for fully a month It delib erated upon that mass of evidence , finally reaching the conclusions an nounced. "Tho result was a complete surprise , and It Is probable that no 'prophesy has approached the truth. Instead of one report there are two. Both are signed by George Dewey , president , and Samuel C. Lemly na Judge advoc...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

r THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 20,1901 The coal moil tire not complaining. Ik ia to bo hoped It hium't conio to stay 11 winter. A hot wind would bo woloomo cropa no crops. The too men nro uot indulging in their manual worry. If this doon uot help out dealers in worm clothing they are uot properly dvortisod , Honntor Hoar should require the nn- mrchtsts to take this weather with thum to their Island. TluiH far oongroBH has not Riven ovl- donee that the tariff qnontiou would ho largely ooiiBldorod at thin session and the business interests of the country ni serenely oxteudiiiK trade. Hloux Olty doalerH expect to dlBposo of $60,000 worth of dianiondB during the holiday Boamm. This doon not indicate that financial affairs are pinched in the territory tributary to Slonx Olty. Maryland han Runt an idiot who reeked the bor.t to the penitentiary on the charge of murder. Ho IB safer there. His next action would probably have boon to kill a friend with an unloaded Ran. It IB claimed t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

< \ > l THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 20 , 1001. VOICES. t - When blo'/droot blooms and trllllum flower * UnrUvp ( heir itari to nm and rain , Uy heart itrikc * lunili with wind * and ihowen And wamlrra In the woods again. Oh , urging Impulit , born of tprlnir , Tint mike * glad April of my aoul , No bird , however wild of wing , U more Impatient ol control ! Impttuoui of pula * It brati Within my blood and bcart me heno * | Above the home topt and the itre U 1 hear Ita happy eloquence. It telli me all that I would know , Of blrda and budi , of blooms and bei | I wem to hear the bloooma blow , , And leave * unfolding on the trtea. I teem to hear the bluebella rlnj Faint purple pcali of fragnnce and The honey throated popples fling Their golden liughter o'er the land. It calls to me ; It ttngi to me ; 1 hear Its fir voice night and day ; I cannot choose but go when tree And flower clamor , "Come awayl" Uadlaon Caweln In "Weeds by the Wall. " l.lLlllilllli t - Hunted Down...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY. DKC'EMHKR 20.1001. COUNTY COMMISSIONEHS. Allow Dills nnd Approve Doiuh at McotiiiR of Last Wook. Madison , Neb , , Deo. 10 , IttOl At 1 l > . m. bonrd of county comnilfwlonor met pnminut to adjournment. . L'roHonl John J. Hughes , Christ Hohmltt and II , W. Winter. Mlnutoii of Inut meeting rend and np- proved , On motion the road petition of B. K. Hood wan rejected , On motion the following bllU won ) al lowed : Ohr. Solmvland , foes in Btnto canes nnd inannlty cnno of Ifnggio Lovollo , $55.17. d V W. 11 , Lowe , surveying rend Bootion i 17 nnd 18-31 1 nnd nontiou 39 31-1 , f20. Hurt Mapoa , rnxnh paid for .livery hire oto. , 17.10 , P. F. Zlmmornuui & Co. , water tnnk , piixi , oto. , for poor farm , 155.00 , nppllod on poraonnl tnx , f-10 ! J7. Wm. Low , diguing ditch along rail road in Yalloy precinct , $20. Ilosnthik L. Wurnur , hall rout for oloc- tlon , ( .1 Win. Hates , pontage , ota. , (17.X ( ) . W. Ilurloy Wldoman.aflslHtingoounty nurvoyo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

4 * M THE NORFOLK NKWS : FUIDAY , DKCEMKISU 20 , 1001. M SATURDAY SIFTINGS , Mrs , B. Lndding of Mudlsou was a city visitor yesterday. Misses May Harnhman and Lulu King tavb accepted clerkships in the Fair tore.1 * O' A. Bnnis and Jk 0. Burria of Fnl * lortori were itt the oity yesterday > on , business , V Carl Athene , hypnotist , has submitted k > a five-days' trance in Omaha , putting in the time in a coffin. ' ' Clyde Bullock entertained a few friends last evening at the homo of his parents on Madison avenue and Twelfth trcct. ' / ' \ School is to close for the holiday vaca tion next Friday with appropriate exor- eiiie'B in mbat of'tho 'rooms ' and 'in ' the High school. Bob-sled parties would bo popular If the weather was not qnito so cold. The unow is hero and in very excellent con dition for sleighing. A prize of $17.60 should bo offered by Borne philanthropist to the man , woman or ohild , not absolutely dumb , who has not spoken of the weather today. Mrs. Elmer Biggs...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

10 THIS NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , DKOKMBEB 20 , 1001. HURAL MAIL ROUTE , C , O , Mnnwlllor Appointed Carrier , Sorvlco to DoRln February I , The Norfolk rural umll route , extending - ing cant of thn city Into Btnnton county , has boon ordered established February 1. The route oovorH nn area of 10 flquaro miles nnd nerves u population of COO. Olmrlofl O. Manwlllor IIIM boon Appointed onrrlor. A route covering pqunro niilon nnd serving fiGO people has also boon ofltnb lishinl out of Madison , Charles U , Rynoarsou I I\H Iwou nppolntod carrier. A route from Platnviow , covering square miles and serving 1OM ) people has been established with J. V , Hookt and P. W. Phlnnoy as oarrloro. WEDNESDAY WRINKLES. Mrs. E. O. Mount wont to Omaha on the noon train. D. M. Owen , who has Imon here for Huvornl days , rotnruod to Omaha yostor- day. day.Mrs. Mrs. 0. II. Reynolds and MM. 1 * . H. Bailer wont to Omalin on the noon train to stay until Friday. Editor 0. V. MontrosH of the Hattlo Oroolc Repub...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

TIIK JSQltFQLiK NEWS : tflUDAY , DECEMBER 20 , ! OU1. n / / iamond Rings , T aKRjiias ; ; ; ' ' Grape Rijgs , 'Wo h TO a larko icloctl'oa of tint QolU'RIngi ' with other .Prccloui HtoaeR. Wa bar * Dln- vBibud HlnRt ffrtm fl 00 np , Will he pleated to . , how what wo hats in tbo RDR ! Link. ' W. p. . JEWELER , NORFOLKJEWELER 1 NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ 70.00 House and ) acre , 8d St 850 00 House nnd largo barn 4000.00 ' 'House barn , % acre , 4th St. . . 1200.00 House at Junction 700.00 'Loons on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIOBNE. PARISH Wishes to call your attention to the faot that ho has a specially large and fine stock of candy for Christmas. He has mixed candy | from To per Hi np. 'All the load ing makes in the finer grades , Allegretti's , Baldnff's , Wood- wardst | in very handsome paok- agon. If 'in doubt what to 'buy ! for a Christmas present , remember a IOE box of candy is always r. acceptable and always appro priate. We would also ask you to select your ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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