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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 November 1900

10 JE 1 BAXTER JOURNALIST DY ROtU RT HARR wcr Coptriftht IPOO I17 Rnlittt IHrr1 When Jcnnlo ontored tho carriage In which her friend wan waiting tho oilier cried Well linvo yon noen lilniT ap parently meaning tlm director of police No I did not see him lint I talked with him over tho telephone 1 wIhIi yon con hi hnvt heard our conversation It was tho funniest Interview tluit I over tiok part In Two or three times I Imil to Hhnt otT tho instrument fearing tint director would hear inn laugh I am nfrniil that before tliin IiiihIiiiwh is ended yon will lw worry 1 nm n guest at yonr house 1 know I shall end liy getting myself into nn Austrian prison InHt think of itl Hern hiivti I been holding nit tho chief of police In this Imperial city na If 1 worn it wild westorn brigand 1 havo boon terrorising tlm limn brow beating him threatening him and ho tho pernio who him tho liberty of all Viennn In IiIh handri who can huvo nm dragged oil to a dungeon coll any tlino lie liken to givo tho order...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 November 1900

V OUR Armored Cruiser SHOE for Boys Wonr Is made Irom tlio best soloctod upper stock tested for service Tho sales and heels which aro the host leather will produce arc tilled with CHILLED STEEL CIRCLETS which protect tho bottom and nsuro tho went or doublo tho service of any shoo made for hoys Davenport Bros THE NORFOLK SHOE HEN Tired eyes cause sick ness Because the eyes tire easily some folks say they are not well In most such cases there is eyestrain Neglected eyestrain is sure to produce sickness Be wise Have your eyes examined Know their exact condition from an expert Consultation free Dfl C p ffl JMRQllfltlDT OPTICIAN NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA NORFOLK I Steam Laundry 1 z J Only First Class Laundry J In Northeast Nebraska X J Every olTort mailu tf please patrons and X rivo feiitisfiicliou Latest improved ma- X cliinory used in all departments Work not sntUfnctory will bo relaundoied frco T of clinrco if roturnod unworn A I ROUGH EDOES TAKEN X OFF COLLARS 1 DAN CRAVEN Proprietor For ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 November 1900

i V2 mmtm 1 1 Assistant Secretary of War Dis cusses Live Topics ISSUES ABLY PRESENTED h a rlt 1ernrntloM Inrlnilril n Itcfor nr In John It IIiijh nnd II Dlnlrloli H lint XV n luHiimliiHllciilly ltocclvccl by hn Aitillmro Tho Auditorium vmh well filled Innl night by people who cumo out to himr thopolltienl nddresn of Hon Uoo D Mcildtlolin assistant Hoorutnry of wnr Thero vih no nttonipt it n donioiiRtrn tion nnd tho crowd cmnt quietly and wont away quiotly Tho ntiifio hud been decorated with lings whilo n largo piuturo of President MeKinley occupied n prominuut pluco across the opotilng of ono of the boxes The speaker wan in good voico and reviewed tho issues of tho enmpnign in a ntuHtorly niauuer that will unques tionubly iMiir good rosults President Simpson of the MoKinloy lloosovolt olub introduced Mayor Rob ertson as tho presiding olllcer of tho evening llo in turn introduced lot composed of Messrs Patterson I Parker ow and Thompson who sang In a Littlo While and on being en core...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 November 1900

1 i MAIN COLLEGE BUILDINGS AND GKOUNDS Tho building is located on a beautiul campus of live acres just north of tho city and three fourths of a mile from the depot having good walks lead ing to it Tho ladies dormitory is on tho block adjoining tho campus The college building is built of brick and finished in poplar It has four iloors Tho first lloor contain1 tho Music rooms Shorthand and Typewriting rooms and rooms for a family Tho second floor contains tho presidents ollice sec retarys olljce four largo recitation rooms library and cloak room Tho third lloor contains tho chapol commercial room and a cloak room Tho chapel and commercial rooms arc connected with largo sliding doors Tho seating capac ity is 050 Tho fourth lloor contains six largo recitation rooms Tho entire four floors aro heated with steam The building is furnished throughout with appropriate furniture and apparatus Tho commercial room is 110 by f0 feet it is supplied with chairs and tables and surrounded with blackb...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 November 1900

COUHNKS OK STUDY mm r sinlv In tint Literary doiiaitmeuit Teachers Piofosslonal Solcutlllo Classical Mathomalleal mid Special Science ai arranged so I hut each shall answer n drllnlto purpose imtl 111 students for the occupation limy intend for their life work Kach course uhovo tho Teachers leads to Ihu bachelor decree Tim studios In each of the courts 1110 arranged with it view tit follow llin imllinii dovolnpiucnl of mlnil and also to havo tluxo Htitdles on which oth er depend to come llrsl to pi epnto students for what Is to follow TIltNO ill siring lo complete any of tin pi escribed courses will follow the order tutt nded No out however Is compelled to follow a coin ml It Is mil necessary for students to remain consecutive terms In older to eimiplcto a couiso us the classes are so arranged that students may diop out ami loach a termor more then return and lake up their stmlks whoro they luftoll without any Incouvenliiice Kiouionil to four classes aic foiiml In each of tho blanch...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 November 1900

S1IOHTIIANI ASM TYPKWlUThVO Those aro taught by n practical experienced writer A great tiilvaiitao to students whoso tlmo is limited is that Mio corresponding stlr u stjlo which Ik of do practical value is not taught thereby saving two or three month of the students time Mhe I itiuan system Is taught The reporting stylo is taught from the beginning so those wishing to bocoino reporters upend ttwoor three terms on this subject Typwriting can ho learned and sttUlcttml speed for good work required In ono term Tuition for shorthand and typewriting is o for u term of ton weeks and 2 uuch term for the iim of the machine Students may devote all or only purl of their tlmo to these classes as they desire Tho tuition in this department admits a student to all classes of the regu lar departments Students are assisted in securing good situations KIIOKTIIANU AS A lMOtlsSION Tho present methods of conducting business correspondence and legal proceeding call into employment a largo army of profess...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 November 1900

V W C A The young ladles aided by tin1 lady members of tin faculty luivon splendid tiHHoclutioii which mods every Sunday after noun in the chapel at I oclock Tho president and secretary gladly give mlvlee and assistance to nil young IikIIch who come to the college The two HoeletieH luive 11 union meeting once ench term All young people me invited to intend the meeting even if they do not become nctive members SociAls Kvcry other Saturday evening n Hocinl h given in the chapel under direction of the fneulty or Home one of the College ho eicHes All HtiidentM lire invited to these hocIdIh where proper enter tniiiiuent 1h provided Thcne furiiinli not only evening of pleasure but go to help young people in viii Ioiih Much of Iniprovemenl hum 15 iwriH aihipt Tin imiitmt Term- Your term in ten weekH from the dny you enter The work in ihotough the courses comprehensive hence the suc cess of itH MtlldeiltM The HChool Ih prneticnl and ineetH the iletniiiidH of the times hence the huge iitteii...

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 — 8 November 1900

s V The Norfolk Weekly News i sin nil Dietrich and the State Ticket arc Safe LEGISLATURE REPUBLICAN Htate Committal Claim Nelirimkn fur McKinley by B000 and Hint tliti lltnnTicknt Will he tlrrted by About 1000 llit h llranOieH r lfKlilHture Hafely Hcputilli nn Omaha Nov 8 330 p in Orlando Teft of tho republican state central committeo states thut ubout 70 counties have beou hoard from leaving only 20 unreported and decided republican gains are shown iu every report Mr Teft says there is no doubt but that tho state has been carried for McKinley and that the majority on tho electoral ticket will bo not less than 5000 All figures in tho olllces of tho com mittee point to tho election of tho Htato ticket aud tho plurality for Dietrich will be in tho neighborhood of 1000 The ropnblicauB will have a safe work ing majority in both branches of tho legislature Kiirllitr Claim Omaha Nov 8 Election letuins hi Kibiubkti aie so close us to be watched keenly Clinlriuun Lindsay of the Re publicans...

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 — 8 November 1900

TheNoolkHecus W N UU8K tuWIMittr Krorr dny wrol i cent DAILY KMnhlUlin1 IW nrrt Snmlnjr onirlor II mull idr your HUM WCIKIiV Krtnli iolirvl Hi I Ktory Tlmrwlar Hr null iwr ynnr IV nt llio IWnlHeo l Norfolk Nnl feconil clnn mutter Telephone No 22 Tho fanners liko tlmt Is evident HholUVok i nil rlnht 1 republicans over 1MM Inr MclCltitoy prices Murk Ilnnnit must bo n to Ihu fiisionists bogey man A gain of III Kmorick hIiowh u republican gain of 1 1 nuil i fusion loss of 18 Fulrvlew showed a roimbllcnn gain of 11 mid iv fusion loss of in Kvory precinct outside of Norfolk in Madison county tlmt shown a change inilleiitcs u fusion Ions anil iv republican Iitiliiuiu was claimed by tho fnsionluts but sooiuh to indicate mi increased plu rality for McKlnley Jefferson made it pretty noivrly uiiiui iniouB Miowlng again for tho ropubli onus over 1810 of 58 anil a loss to tlio f ufllonistB of 11 It has again boon provou that ropubli cmi forecasts in all partH of tho country aro not blulT Thoy ar...

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 — 8 November 1900

r MS 5 k k if 1 II Has Gone for McKinlcy by 8000 to 10000 DEATH KNELL OF FUSION Tim Mlti Olllcen iiiu III IlinlH nlxl II 111 liiiilr Mure font 1 1 1 t Itettitiii tu flltltUI lllltll till ItCMlll Mllllllllll Iniinly U III lllitt Tlioro seems no doubt this nftornoon but that McKinley has carried Nobniska ljvery product in thu stato that has thus far reported gives mi increased gain for McKinley The ratio of gain through out the stato may fall oil and Mill the stato will be safely in tho ropubliean column Chairman Lindsay issues tho statement this nftornoon that Nebraska will give MoKinloy anywhere from 8000 to 10000 plurality Ho says that tho stato ticket is very close but tho in dications point to small republican plu rality oa governor and t lie minor stato olllccs MADISON COUNTY The Comity MiiikIh liy llm Ailniliilslriitloii hut Nolfolll Ik nil Madison county gives McKinley OVi votes unrt Bryan 1711 a majority for M Kinley of 31 I This r suit is brought about in the city of Madison...

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 — 8 November 1900

St SI x uin - c3l iifijc r saisNaXJrj 7132l x it k XX BY HOWARD nrLDINQ o xx ss ss J copMimiiT ifn lit HMD IM lltMIKK It CUMiriON OANiS Iiiih II l lilltl IlltllllllJ Im fines tils ft lends eniiipliiln Hull lie pimMs HiiMii iiiili tlie Hi I eel without iccngiiltlnu and on Hie oilier liiinil In atleiiiit llig to 11 x old Ills en or lie litis Hiiiue tlmiH accosted Hti linnet h III ell emu Htiiiiees llial weie cMicincly einliar Hissing The joiing til ft 11 bus a cousin Miss Jnne tleineiiwnv n tail giniidil gl1 with a iiiofiiHlou of dink hnlranil piet ty In own cveH which however one Is obliged to lev elleil liy cjcglnsscs for lane Is somewhat iiiinslghtcd She 1Icn In llentou but oltcn goes to New oilt shopping or lsltlng her many ft lends In that city Thus It would not he Hiirpi InIiik to meet her nuy day In the shopping dlHtilct of New Voi It One may meet a gient many pretty women In that region and It Ih said that ceitnlu feeble inluded cicaturoH go there for that pin pone Study a man...

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 — 8 November 1900

Ill I 1 1 II Norfolk Electors arc Making Little Noise EFFORT TO GET OUT VOTES lilcill Krilllillriill Wimtlirr ITimhIIk III I lnrK Vulf Will bo Polled -Tim NNe Slay Im iMrtiul W lnii the Krlurit llrcl 0nn In Klcction day opened tliiB morning bright und clear but with 11 nithor chilly wind blowing from the northwest but barring this tho weather was ideal mul if a large voto is not polled it will bo no fault of it Tho intense interest in tho election was evidenced in Norfolk curly in tho morning when the party workers and vehicles begun to assemble and citcn luti about tho city Hard work 1h be ing done on both sides and tho average voter will undoubtedly fully unduistuiid how his ballot should bo cast and bo in structed for whom ho hhould voto by tho cliiTcront workers Tho votes began to como in early and tho election boards will undoubtedly be very busy until tho polls olwi at six oclock tonight Tho prospect is for a largo voto as both parties uro doing their utmost to sou that tho el...

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 — 8 November 1900

i Mm i FRIDAY FACTS 1 Cornell Ih flick wllh toil stlltln Mm TIioh Hull Imi loturnod fromn visit to Trinidad Tol John IhowlcerhnHKonnto Omaha I visit IiIh daughter Mm IwirKo Walton Mm li H Idlchard of Meadow Urovo visited with Noifolk filonilH today Mm 1 D Hull who has been ill with thopilpfor Hiivunil weeK U KtlliiK but tor John II Andeisoti who hii been hIi It v lilt toimllHK was able to ho out iiKln today Mrs S K 1oiik H liuil today to kIvo ii health talk in the Ilesbytoiluu i lunch Ilaiolil the won of Mr anil Mm 1 I llfUiiHtreol who hni boon tiilto nit It Ih now IniptovliiK M J Kennedy Ktinrd ill the poiillon thiiynt liliwolu In vIhMiik IiIh family in Houth Noifolk Walter I liner principal of tlio Meadow CJiovo hoIiooIh will vlnit at homo ovt i Hunday Mr and Mia O I IoiiIcIiih wont to liorco IhlH afternoon to attend tlio Hinhuidson ftinoiul MiPH Otolin 1ilnor who Ih tiianliiiiK in 5mm lardon precinct in c pout oil homo to visit oor Sunday Mm Dr lriiiplo anil Miss Myttlo Wood of I...

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 — 8 November 1900

I m L OUR Armored Cruiser SHOE for Hoys Wear Is made from tlio best floloctod upper stock tested for service Tho solos and hoels which nre the host leather will proluco urn filled with OHILLED STKEL CHICLETS which protect tho bottom and assure tho wear er double tho sorvico of nuy shoo mado for hoys Davenport Bros THE NORFOLK SHOE HEN Tired eyes cause sick ness Because the eyes tire easily some folks say they are not well In most such cases there is eyestrain Neglected eyestrain is sure to produce sickness Be wise Have your eyes examined Know their exact condition from an expert Consultation free DR G p 01 WARQlAlDT OPTICIAN NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA I NORFOLK Steam Laundry Only First Class Laundry In Northeast Nebraska Every ofTort mnilo to please patrons anil 5 Bivo satisfaction Latest iniprootl ma- chinory usoil in all departments Work not satisfactory will bo rolaumloroil froo A of charge if returned unworn R0U0H EDOES TAKEN I OFF COLLARS DAN CRAVEN Proprietor 1 For Breakfast Foods T...

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 — 8 November 1900

k 8 ViiiiBuriiB r i y9V gasM - Bargains in Linens Towels Etc Ittxltl inoh Bath Towels S0x48 ineh Bath TowuIb 9c each 15c each THE NORFOLK NEWS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1900 A SWEEPING BARGAIN SALE Monday Morning November 5 Full Standard Prints IlKXl yards Full Standard Print dark MjllH lH good IIR llliulc while tlltiy Op hint ler yd 00 SOW ynnlH VK inoh dark stylos good A welghtOuting llannel per yd tw Neither of tlio above run Imi bought of tin manufacturer at above prices Best Outing FlannulH in light styles 7c 8c and 10c Now is Hid timo to itwilt t Quilt n Mskj - a KlxiO ln Ilurk Hemmed Towels 12uC eiich IHxillMn Huck Hunmiod TowoIh 18c each VMx IHin Heavy Damask Towels 25c each M lnoh good Urnam Table OOp nmsk or yd OOl iSKinuh good Cream Talilo Qp niiiHk pur yd tOu Tlin above are Positive Bargains nnd IiIcoh only while Htook lasts Underwear Too many Ilium to enumerate In diitail Children h from 10c up Womens at 15 25 and 50c Wool 75c and 100 WrlKlitH 100 grado wliilu thoy jn hiHt at...

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 — 15 November 1900

s i The Norfolk Weekly News I i Emperor Williams Address In Opening the Reichstag CHRISTIAN WORLD UN7TED Xtnlirr Puy vile Aim l tit lttltn o Onlrr In tliiiOilrtitiurmun ltfliilluiM Willi Count lies I linn Clihm Mot NilU faUnri Borlln Nov 15- Tho loluhstug riuts eouiblud yentenlay Tlie spewli from ho throne dwult at conaltlorablc length on the events In China whli h liavi excited snuh deep emotion nion elv lltgod people Haying Ifanutlcnl hutu and rturk silpurMI tlon Incited by miburupuloitfl iuIvIhits t tho court liuvo driven inlHguhltd masses of Chinese to act of atrocity against the outposts of western olvlll atlon and Christian worship dwell ing peacufully In their midst My minister died at the Imnri of an ImshshIii In a courageous attempt to vureouie thu rlblug peril The for elRiiers at the capital saw themselves throatouud life and limb Theso things of horror united tho civilized community where othorwKu there wus a dlveifcenoe All nations against which thu unparalleled oiiKluug...

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 — 15 November 1900

2 The Norfolk JSieuus V N ilUBlC Iubllnhor DAILY KMkIiIIiOkmI KV7 nrj day Ixrrtu Milium nj rnrrmr iJicrnlf llj mall or r ar fttOO wTiiYuiv KMnlillttiml IKM Ker Tlmrnln Hy mull iir jinr 1 M Kntrnvl nl tho IWnlllrn at Nnrioll fremiti clan matter Topilioun No 2 A buHiiUH administration -endorsed now for business lor Nnh up Iiiih boon lrcMdout MrUinloy Iiiih init a iUioluH mi reorganized raliimit tulle by iihIiIiik nil his old advisors o remain Ho 1m licvos tlmt they are entitled to slmm tlm Klory of having their acts vindicated by tbo people iih much as Is tlinlr chief All will accept tho positions which tlmy have lllled during the domi of bin tlrHt tri in Tbo Oniiibii Commercial club him ap pointed delegates to attend tbo litiga tion congress to bo hold in tjliltiio nit week nnd it ih probable tlmt tbo west will bo vory fully represented lit this MKslon which In of groat importance to thiH hPction of tlm country It in mild but there in o tOlKMttH aero nl bind immediately contiguous to...

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 — 15 November 1900

COUNTY LEGISLATION Novniulinr SomOon lnrgoly lontnl In Auditing Account - Keort f liilonilent oT Poor Khmii Madison Nob November 7 1100 Hoard of county commissioners mot pursuant to adjournment PreBint H W Winter J 1 Hughes and Christ Schmitt Minutes of liiat mooting woro rend mid on motion woro improved On motion tlio following bills woro allowed A W Tillotson boarding nud curing for Mrs Mary Woods to Nnvoinbor 2 27 Fremont Tribune books mid Htation ory 1IV2 O W Cruni salary for Septotnbor and Octobor and olllco expenses s lkO Nebraska Telephone Co 1115 Phil Baudi oxpross postage etc to Novombor 1 1M0 M85 Phil Bauch mnkiug tax list lJ Madison watorworks ront to May 1 1001 7r0 Wm Bates postage oto from May 7 1100 to Nov 7 lWO 1 05 nnd costs in caso of state vs ltolla Lowis trr aso Boouo county lumber and work on county lino road 101 1 Win Brummnnd appropriation for asylum road 15Ilo Carl Davenport assisting county sur veyor 1 Wm Donbigh laud used for road by county 15 W F F Winter b...

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 — 15 November 1900

The Norfolk Heui Tho paramount issue wasnt mount How does it seem anyway to bo tho Klnvoof nn empire Mr Bryan will now have timo to no oumulnto n llttlo moro of McKlnley pros perity Tho republic 1ms fallenIt foil on Mr Uryan nnil otlmr antl imperlalists with u il s t Tho Dakota volunteers evidently had n message for AgulnaldoH friend Pet tigrow nnil delivered It Tullt about republican apathy A few more doses of tlnvt ltlml would com pletely aiinthlliato tlio domoorntio party Tho World -Heralds last fako that betters wore placing 01lH on Hryn tho oast didnt havo any appreciable effect Tho follow who hot on tho World Heralds forooaHtH and olalniB In pain fully conscious that tho papur Ih not altogether rollahlo Stanton county gave W W Young a plurality of 125 votes whilo tho returns on tho majority of otlmr candidates show a natural f union plurality Tho stockmen in tho western part of tho state did what was expected of thoni Thoy indicated that MoKinloy prices for what thoy raised wo...

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 — 15 November 1900

1 ROBINSON WINS OUT Vomplftn lUturiiK live the 1iulon Cnntlltlnt for Cnngrtt 1lurnllty of 171 Vote Complcto returns on congressman in this district give Robinson fusion 175 plurality over Hays republican The pluralities in the various counties uro as follows Hays Robinson Antelope loono 0 liort -10 Cedar 1I Colfax ilSi Cuming iM DotlKO CI Dixou V Dakota 115 Knox IT Madison 105 Merrick 1811 Nanco lail Thnrston ltt Wayne 1T5 Platte filiO Pierce HI Btnnton SKI liiSt 1TG TUESDAY TOPICS Dr A Hear is nu Omaha visitor Dr O 13 Little of lilooinflcld is a city visitor today T F Meinmiuger of Madison was a city visitor last night The Shakespear club mut with Kov J J Parker last night Mr and Mrs W II Ilutterneld re turned last night from Chicago A party of young people drove in from Uega last evening to see Uncle Toms Cabin W C Gilmoro left yesterday for Gleunwood Iowa to visit his mother who is very sick Mrs N A Rainbolt and Mrs W II liucholz were passengers for Omaha on the early train today...

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