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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 January 1902

VHE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY1 , JAXUAHY 17 , 1002. ' * , . Senator Hale Strongly Objects , to Its Organization , HOUSE PASSES PENSION DILL. Vote Is Token After Three Days of Discussion Resolution for the Me- Klnley Ceremonial Adopted Secre tary Hny Will Make the Address. Washington , Jim. 10. A spirited illfUMtHtdoii wfi precipitated in tlio fianntu yesterday by HOIIUI roiiiurltB itubmltted by I'11'0 ' ' ( M ° - ) ln rc'Hpoct to tilllH rotating to th fornmtlon of a imvul rcHorvo which ho Introduced. I In took HtnuiR grounds aialiiBt ; the organl/atlon of a niivnl rcBorvo , lilt ) comiuontH being ronatnuMl by HOIIIO of the RoiiutofH Into 11 rollcctlon upon volunteer soldloi-B und liuid inlllllu. Half n ( lo/i'ii HUimtofB were on their foot In nn ItiHtiuit to defend the volun teers mid the Nutloniil Guard of ttic TnrloiiB states , nnil the debate took DO wldo n range that senators went Imck In tholr references to the dnyp of the rovoluntlonnry wnr to seek II- liiRtrntloiiB for their argu...

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 — 17 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 17 , 11)02. ) Legislature Convenes With Mil- ] liman and Eaton Presiding. [ THREE CONTESTS TO BE HEARD. Most Important One Is That of Cass and Shelby Counties Early Days of Session to Be Devoted to Commit tees Republican Caucus. Dos Mollies , Jan. 14. The session of the 29th general assembly of Iowa 'opened yesterday. Practically all members were present. There aru but three contests , two In the senate and ono in the house , and the only ono which has any Importance what ever is that of Bruce against Emmert from Cass and Shelby counties. The permanent organization was effected promptly in accordance with the pro gram in both houses. The Democratic senators did not nominate employes In their caucus , but ln the house em ployes were named'for all positions below clerk. Lieutenant Gover'hor Milllman presldca in the senate and will continue to do so until after the inauguration. Speaker Eaton was elected to the chair In the house by unanlmoua voto. T...

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 — 17 January 1902

NORFOLK .NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 171902. The nnnouncomont ( Imt the rmprc-HS of Ohlnn Is "nt homo" means inoro than It ever did boforo. People iu > od no longer bo ashamed of linvlng the smallpox it it ) becoming popular in London. With that oil boom and the building of nn iHthminu canal Texas should bo in A fair way to prosper during the nqxt liv yours. _ _ _ _ _ _ Thnt nurplus In tlm treasury and Uncle Sam's surplus of bushiest * IH u Yankee peril thut most Kuroponn countries notice. A nnmuidum for Governor Havngo : If n man oxpintcH the orimo of stealing half ix minion by llvo yoarH of punul Borvltmlo , how long Hhoulct ft thlof who steals $ ! IH.1KS HorvoV An Italian prince IB expected to nrrlvo hi America thin week and congress should iiuniodlatly pass a law placing duty on American heiresses. Tlii'HO visits of titled foreigners arc becoming altogether too frequent. It ia olatmod that the continued dry wont her in KannuH is jeopardizing the oountry wheat crop. So far 110 com...

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 — 17 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 17 , 190& OOOOCX > OOOOOOOOOOCXXX > OOCXX)5 The Drumbeats Of Liberty . . .By M. QUAD. Copyilsht , 1001 , by C. I . Lewis , > CXXXXXXXOOOCOOCOOOOOOOOOO I Tlioy luul brought him liolno one day , tlmt loynl nuil stout hinirtod pn- trlot , Jacob Van Hnint. with his vision KOIIO forovur. A Hessian's bullet luul blinded him , and a comrade walked hand In hand with him and warned 1dm of obstructions In the rond. One night months later , as the blind miin slept , there was a gentle tapping at his window , and as he opened the Bash and asked who was there a pa f triot sergeant replied : "Illst , Jacob ! 1 have been with oxen mid wagon for muskets , powder and lead. I have had a long pull of It , and the oxen can go no farther , and there Is a Hessian picket on the rend to the Bouth. We must hide the munitions and come for them again. " Ten minutes later the blind drummer mid his three daughters wore assisting the soldiers to unload the wagon a...

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 — 17 January 1902

THK NORFOLK'NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 17,1902. Commissioners' Proceedings of Interest. NEW COUNTY OFFICERS WORK. Settlements Mnclo With Rotlrlnp ; Of. flclals Report of Poor Farm Super intendent Received Several Now Contracts. Madison , Nol ) . , Jim. ! > . IH)3. ! ) At I p in. the board of ( aunty cniiiiiiiNriionorH mot pursuant to luljntmummt. In nocorduwo with u provision of the statute Mr. Ghrint , Siiliinitt become ohuiriiiiin of the board for the cmmlng your. Mr. .1. .1. llughos in u few well ohoson words tuiulored IIH ! noiit to Mr. Sohmltt. Mr. PhilipIHauoh having trnnsforrod the ollleo of county olork to his micooNsor nt 13 o'clock , Einil Winter bocimio the legal olork of the board of commis sioners. On motion bill ofjPhillp Haneh as olork of board last ( inartor 1901 , postage , froiRht and 113 cortlfloatos of election , was allowed at$141.IO. ! On motion application of Glint. Kaul as janitor of court IIOUHO for your of 1903 was uccoptod. On motion fee book of county olo...

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 — 17 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NUWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 17 , Ifl02. SATURDAY SIFTINGS , J. N , Buiullck roturncil from u trip to Onmlm yesterday. A. , T. Durlivud returned thin morning from u trip to Knox county. Walter King will go to Mciulow Orovo tonight to spend Sunday. Mrs. A. T. Bloy and HOU ilrovo to PlaiiTylow today to upend Sunday. DrTr. P. Toul wont to Oumhu this morniug tuul will return Tucsdny oven- iiig. Mrs. G.A. Luikurt niul son , Carl.huvo gone to Mo.ido\v Qrovo to spend Sun day with frioiids. Dr. G. 1C. MoMullnu of Noligh is to bo appointed a inombur of the board of pension examiners nt that plnco. Miss Nottio Lo\vo of Tin : Niws : force returned this morning from u week's visit to relatives and friends at Win- side. Gardner & Soiler have sold the W. II. Buoholz farm of 1GO acres six miles northwest of the city for $3,000 consid eration. II. 0. Mason of Fremont , general ngont for the Equitable Life of Iowa , was in the city yesterday looking up business for his company. A man name...

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 — 17 January 1902

Til M FR1 13 A Y .10 , < JAMUAflTr " ; * / ; * Cuban Planters Can Stand Heavy Duty. ROBERT OXNAKD INTERVIEWED. Vlco President of the American Boot Sugar Company Says the Islnntl Prospered Under Former Condi tions. The San Francisco Rullot In of nry 4 contains an imurviuw with Robert Oximrd which IH of ( 'Hpeolul intonmt in' ' Nebraska at thin ( line : "RobortOxiiiml.viooprt'mdoiit of Mm American Bout Sugar company , returned to the city today after a roiiHldorablo nbsoncoin Southern California. His brother , Henry T. Oxiwrd , in ntlll in Washington , where ho will probably re main until congress takoH llniil notion upon the Biignr tariff. The htrugglo be tween the sugar trust and the bootmignr manufacturers is of ospoolal interest in California , where the bout migar in dustry is of great and growing impor tance. A strong effort IH bolng made by thoBO interested In the industry to in duce congress to maintain a Hudlotmit tariff on the Ouban product < o glvo pro tection to hoot...

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 — 17 January 1902

I rr * Jb'HE NORFOLK MJBWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 1 * 1002 , 11 ' WANTED ! AH persons who have tried most everything without re sults , fdr sick headache , fiick stomach , indigestion , weak nnd eore eyes'aud all norvoufl nTuo > tious , to coino to mo ami have their eyes examined. I will toll yon whnt caa bo done nud how to got woll. Consultation Free. DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Qood lot at Junction $ 70.00 House and } acre , 8d St 850.00 House aud largo harn1000.00 House , barn , ) acre , 4th St. . . 1200.00 HOUBO at Junction 700.00 Loans on Heal Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. PARISH Do you know that the success of your salad depends largely on the quality of the vinegar used ? The best cooks all over the U. S. use only Heinz' Pickling Vin egar. We will fur nish you a sample free to try. PARISH GEO. H. SPEAR , MANAGER. ONE NIGHT , fft MONDAY , JAN. ? U EILER'S BIG "Ten Nights in a Bar Room" Go. 20 People--20. Special Scenery ; Superb Band and V Orchestra ;...

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 — 17 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY JANUARY 17 , 1902 , English Parliament Assembles With Usual Ceremonies. INDEFINITE REFERENCE TO WAR. Speech From the Throne Devoid of , Any Special Significance Von Utie- | low-Chamberlain Episode Expected j to Furnish Lively Debate. London , .Inn. 17. KliiK Hclwnrl opened parliament yesterday with n coronumlnl In nil essential respects nlmllar to thnt of February last. The troeoBHlon to tlio house of lonlH wan of the Biinio chnrnctor IIB Hint wit nessed on the occasion of the IIrut parliament of King Kdward'tt reign , .vrlillo within the upper house worn coon the ttiuno ] ) iuoiuitrr ; , the same historic dresses nnd the nnuio rovlval of nnelont forinn , After robing , King Kdwnnl nnd tjnoon Alexandra entered the IIOIIHO of peers nd occupied tholr thronoH. ha- nonth n cnnopy , with the Prlnco nnd Princess of WnlcH on olthor side of thorn. Tim other inoinhont of the roynl fninlly wore auntod on chairs nt Iho fool of the BtoiiB loading to the tlirono. The ge...

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 — 24 January 1902

THE NOBFOLK WEEKLY EWS-JOURNAL ' * > , „ NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 2 < 1 , 11)02. ) Grand Jury Finds Bill Against I John B. Mcscrvc. ( CHARGES OF EMBEZZLEMENT. Retention of Interest on a Part of School Fund of the State Deposited Jn Stock Yardo National Bank at South Omaha Is Alleged. V Omaha , Jan. 24. John B. Mcsorvo , former treasurer of the state of Ne braska , haa boon Indicted by the grand jury in Douglas county on the clmrgo of embezzlement of money belonging to the state school fund. The indictment , with four bills against other persona , was handed In to Judge Baker yesterday Just before the grand jury was finally discharged by the court. The case of the former Populist state treasurer was taken up and investigated by the grand Jury last fTuesday , when a number of witnesses . who were supposed to have knowl edge of the questionable transactions . wore summoned to appear before the jury. These witnesses wore mostly officers and employes of the Union Block...

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 — 24 January 1902

2 THE NOKT7QLK NEWS ; 2 * . W , N. uU6rc , PubHBhwr. DAILY , IbtnMUIiml. 1HS1 , Kvory d y ir pt Hmidny. y carrier t > or weak , ( S oouU. Hy mull , | > ar jonr , fll.OO , YMCKK1.Y NKWH..I01MNAIJ , Tl.n ' , . The Jounml , oitnlilUhed 1817 Ererj grhlar. Hy mall per yef r ( $1.60 , Bulanul htthe PiwUiffloe nl Norfolk , Neb. , nrf wound claM'matter. , T Wiionei | WdUorlal Unnnrtmtnt , N . | ttl JBiuIno * ! Oaic nnil Job lto < in ( , 'H" . " . ' Tjio ) coal situation nt Jaokiidnboa / r& * co < vod n now impotnii , thoA&Oplo inter. < Wl in boot syrup nt Sonfh Bionx Gty ) hatrlnR dot6rnilnod to ntiiVft abaft nnd brfeit BOiniA of the fuel t6r the surface. If Nebraska can't produod cool , Uls1 fcoH Uibiy cApabIb' ' of producing Vrnindr8'1bf diflcbTorVc fttod nfoflpootain tnls dirootioll thil $ fullV'ofruiifohifeo of oftor'nttttoa. It ooflts Bobidthing to operate n rail way llnti'ln ' tnH ccfnntor'and the big earnings ef bo roada Wi'somotiuios'iiOdOBHary'to muU the VP °...

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 — 24 January 1902

' I'v ' l > I - THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , J AWT ART 5M , 1902. Senator Lodge Speaks in Sup port of Tariff Bill. RAWLINS CHAMPIONS MINORITY. for Three Hours Senate Hears Argu ments on Both Sides of the Measure to Provide a Temporary Tariff Schedule for the Islands. Washington , Jan. 22. For nearly -three hours yesterday the senate had under consideration the Philippine tariff bill. The measure was made the -unfinished' business and probably will hold that position of preference until it shall have been voted on finally , ' The debate was opened by Lodge , chairman of the committee on Philip- ' .pines. Ho sketched in a free hand way the reasons which had actuated the majority in presenting the meas ure and urged strongly Its enactment Unto lavr nt an early date. He ex plained with some minuteness the no * cesslty for the legislation embodied In the bill and concluded with an ap peal io the seriate and to. congress to ideal with questions relating to the Philippines as they might ...

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 — 24 January 1902

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FtttDAY , 24 , 1002 , ' Deficiency Appropriation Bill Kindles Partisan Fire. DISCUSS MANILA ARMY POST. Proposition ( Passed by a Party Vote , With Cummlngs of New York Break ing Out of Solid Line Day's Work tn the Senate. Washington , Jan. 23. Some of the ld jNWtlsan flro wan injected Into the proceedings of the house yesterday , wUon the lten > In the urgent deficien cy bill appropriating $600,000 for a military post at Manila , which the Democrats have been using as a text tor speeches In opposition to the Philippine policy of the administra tion for the last three days , was reached. Cannon. In charge of the kill , confessed that the appropriation was subject to a point of order and It trout out. In lieu thereof he offered an amendment to appropriate the same urn for "shelter and protection" of the officers and enlisted men of the army on duty In the Philippines. This the chair held to bo In order and It at once bocauio the subject of a very spirited debate ...

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 — 24 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 2-1 , 11)02. ) Insurgent Ships Seek to Force i Landing at That Point. GENERAL ALBAN 18 KILLED. Insurgents Slay Leader of Govern ment Forces and Sink the Gunboat ' Lautaro Insurgent Ships Also Under - , der Fire of Shore Batteries. Panama , Jan. 21. A naval battle between the government ships and the revolutionary licet took place off hero yesterday. General Carlos Alban , the military commander of this district , , . ' and the governor of Panama , was killed during the fighting. The revolutionary fleet consists of "tho steamers Padllla , Darlen and Gat- tan. They tried to force a landing off Saoarui. r The government ships are Uio Chil ean line steamer Lautaro , the Pacific Steam Navigation company's steamer Chlcutto , and the Panama Canal com pany's steamer Boyaca. The revolutionary gunboat Padllla surprised tlie Lautaro at the opening of the fight and began shooting at close range. Many men on board the Lautaro wore killed. Fire broke out on the...

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 — 24 January 1902

'I THE NORFOLK NEWS ; fflUPAY , JANUARY 24,1002 , The ottfolkfleucts The sugar trust Is undoubtedly a ixiworful combination , but it is not powerful enough to inlluonco congress to the detriment of a growing American industry , It In claimed that an Ohio man win wuoko through his oar. A good many things pans through thoearamlit would mem u though it WIIH an ahUHo of the member to convert It intoumnokn duel in thu bargain. it IMor old HinHi-ll Sage is only worth $1011,000,000 and who ran blame him for himtToilsto nave a little mid miiko mi.ro . to keep the gaunt wolf of Imng-'r from hi door ? HH ! pnnury should call for the sympathy of philanthropists. fl The European nations and their re-p- nwntutlvim Imvo just recently dih- ooxeri'd how much limy love Undo Ham and his children und are exerting thom- Belven to bo grnoIniH. Kaiser 'Wllholm IH not the slowest of Undo Sum's ad- mil urn and his eouiti'sy to a member of I'nNlrtimt.Hio.snvolf's . family is marked. In nations as among indi...

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 — 24 January 1902

THE NOHFOL1C NKWS : F1UDAY , JANUARY 21 , 1002. - - - t A Confidence | A Story of One Who Misjudged His Wife. ' . 'Twonty yearfl ! I am notohftl and A grlxxlctl. Yon arc only mellowed , rip t ened. " My friend smiled and lighted a fresh elKinvttt' . He puzzled me , Itu- inor had led me to expect to llnd him , after my lonp ; absenee , a disappointed If not soured man. 1 had sought lilin here In the red eat where he anil hie cold , uncongenial wife lived , II was Haiti , like a pair of hermits. Arrlvlnp at a moment when the lady was ab- Kent , 1 tlioiielit niysrli' foi innate and prepared to probe the nnhapiiiness < i ( ono whose ali'ccllon In early youth had loft a very sunny spot on my memory. I was. In fact , ready to tflvo him all the pity and sympathy which a bachelor of experience eai feel for the Irremediable mistake of a married friend. "Have you been hearing tnKs about mo ? " he ttsked. "Shall 1 tell you the story of my wedded life ? " "If it does not pain you. " "Do you ...

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 — 24 January 1902

* * l TUB NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 2t , 1902. ( I Glaring Untruths Concerning Beet Growing , MADE OUT OF WHOLE CLOTH. Trust Attempts to Cronle Dissatis faction Among Farmers and Pre vent the Norfolk Factory From So curlnR Contracts for This Season. From BntnnUy'n l > Hy Within a short tlmo it In prolmhlo that n mooting of sugar boot grower * from the state will incut in a oonforoiicu in Omaha. The preliminary arrange ments have boon jnadu among thu farmers lumr Norfolk. The boot growers take for a basis for their action that the tests madu by thu ohomistH at the Norfolk factory , are unfair , and that the poniontago of migar in the boots on which the prioo per ton if made , la not the true percentage. They say tlioy do not got a prioo mi 111 * olont to make the Industry profitable ) , and that unless some ohango in made , they will bo forced to abandon boot uul- tnro lu the stato. They will petition the legislature to have the examinations nmdo by ohomlstn appointed and pa...

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 — 24 January 1902

THE NOKFOLTt NfoWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 2-1 , 1P02. f ) SATURDAY SIFTINGS. M. A. Davis wns over from MiullBon yostordny. Will Powers returned last night from n visit to Omaha. F. A. Houston of Noligh had business in Norfolk yesterday . Olorn Rongio is very slok nt her homo on Koouigstoiu nvouno. Miea Lottio Kuhl will lonvo for Omaha Monday to visit friends. A. P. Loytou was a Norfolk visitor from Osmond yesterday. Mrs. H. H. Ray and Mrs. A Warmer f Oakdalo were oity visitors yesterday. Mrs. A. G. Billorback was n visitor in the Sugar Oity from Osmond yostor- Mrs. Alien of Superior arrived in the , ity loot night to visit her son , Ralph. at the Junction. lira. Wm. Goreoko of Stanton nt- tended the MoBrido-Boyuolds party ye - Urday afternoon. ( Hels Johnson , dispatcher of the South Platte division of the F. E. . & M. V. , at Fremont , is the guest or Will Oxnam. Bev. Herbert E. Byder is suffering from a severe attack attack of appondi * * itia at his homo on South Fifth street. Cl...

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 — 24 January 1902

10 Till ! NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY M , 1002. 11.1111. How Northern Nebraska Be came Settled Up. 0 , R. BUCHANAN GIVES HISTORY The Settlement of Norfolk by a Col ony of Germans The Pioneers of Holt County How the Country was Advortlsod. Major J. R. Buchanan , goiioral pas- Hongor agent of the F. 12. A. M. V. , in anaddroHS before the Htato historical society at Lincoln last week gave flomo interesting facfs rolot'ivo to the Holkllug of north Nebraska his subject bolng , "Tho Gioat Railroad Migration into Northern Nobronka. " Introducing his address Major Buchanan said : "Tho railroads and the Blblo nro the two most potent agonoioa of modern times which have operated In the western orn country. The railroad molten ix newer or uuocouplod country accessible and creates or establishes markets in oouvoii ; iont localities. The Blblo with its do- vetoes follows , giving a moral tone to the locality , which moans safety , law V aud tranqulllty. Only the sturdy , It hardy and Industri...

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 — 24 January 1902

I. i I I \HHE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 2-1 - , 10)2 ) , IGNORANCE Some people will take nil kinds of ( medicine from otio your to another , and nt thn Biuno time uro always uioro or loss nick , why is this BO ? Simple because they don't know tlio cause of their Btclf.- ness , KYK BTKAIN ( IIYPEUOPIA ) is the BUBO of about ninety per cou't of nil this KJ called sickness , it is simply a wasting of nonro energy. All the medicine iu the world will not euro Hyporopla , properly fitted glasses is the only rem edy3. If yea hare confidence in my ability , then'coma to mo , after an ex amination , I will toll you your condi tion. , 1 will take no cnso unless a promise is sa < lo to follow my directions. 1 don't want yonr money unless I can do'you ' good. DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ ' 0.00 Houso'and % acre , 3d St 850 00 House and largo barn. ' 4000.00 House , barn , ) acre , 4th St. . . 1200.00 House at Junction. . . . . 700.00 Lo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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