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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 21 February 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 21,1902. v I John a Spm hi r of Se-hujlcr in b < ing mentioned in connection with tinf - nomination for governor. The oily political IH > | IN coming lo the boiling | ) > iit vny lo\\ly but will per * haps bubble with all thn greulcr vigor when that point is reached. Thoioissaidtobobut ono miivlvlng soldier of ( ho war of IblU and tlio tlnio IK coming Vi htn hlstoiy nloim will ho nhlo ( o lull of that conflict. A MUfourl miib IIHH lynched a per- forinor in n minstrel show. Poihups do- oayedwn \ fruit IH lee scarce in that Ktnto or not omphutlo enough. It looks aH though the congressional e-ampalgn in Io\va would bo conipolli'd lo retire to the irar and ho scaled wlillo Lent and the smallpox occupy the Bouts on ( ho platform. Now that Commander llooth Tnokoi of the Salvation Army him taltun tht onth of allegiance and hcc'omo an Amer ican citizen il is porsumod Hint the Vol- nntocis will liavo nofuithiu1 excuse foi oxtstonco. Tlio St. Loui...

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 — 21 February 1902

T11K NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FRIMUARY 21 , 11)02 ) , New York City the Center of Fierce Snowstorm. . . 8EACOAST TOWNS ARE STRUCK. Wind Blows nt Terrific Velocity and < i Snowfall in Places Is Nine Inchco. , | Railroads Are Helpless and Business | Generally at a Standstill. , Now York , Fob. IS. Now York city has borne the brunt of the fiercest snowstorm that has struck this section of the country slnco the great blizzard of 1888. Beginning soon after mid night the htorin Increased rapidly un til by daybreak the whole city was completely snowed under. The rising < _ / force of the gnlo piled the HIIO\V In T Brcat drifts that for a tlmo almost sus pended tralllc except In the main thor oughfares where the car tracks were only kept open by the constant use of snow ploughs and sweepers. Communication between Manhattan nnd Brooklyn was subject to long de lay. The ferry boats with dlfllculty m.Tdo trips across the Ice choked riv ers and the work of tugboats , lighters nnd shipping g...

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 — 21 February 1902

. \ THE NORFOLK NEWS : FllIDAY , FEBRUARY 21. 1902 , The Hot * f o W. N. UUU1C. PubllHhor. DAILY , KMnMUtinil , IW7. Kvnry day nirnpt Hiimlnr , Hy carrier per wtok , ( & eenti , lljr mnll | inr yonr , ( tt.uo , IVKKltl.Y Ni\V.S-OU1lNAI. : . Tb N wi , MtablUhod , 1NM , Thn Journal , nilnlilUlmil Ib17 Ktory Frlilny. lly mull per your ! tl.M. Kntarml nt tlio roMolllco nt Norfolk , Noli. , ni Mcoiul elites matter. Ttlnnlionnii : Killlorlnl Pftttarlmnht , No. 2 ! ( liuMnoBi Olllcn ntul Jtili Rooms , No. 822 , Future imvul Imttlofl nhould bo ixr- ranged BO that there will l > o no Scliluy- eontrovornlofl nftorwiml , Tlio roralillontiN | of Missouri arc thor oughly nrousoil mid propone to win mi election if tlmy cnu noouro n fair count. Bjmln IH tllBoovorliiK that tlio country linn ononiioH without looking IIH fnr IIH tlio Unitnd StiiteH for thorn. Tito folks at homo arc Rlvlug SaguHtu conuidorablo troublo. It ifl reported that there arc 10,123 MUM of Hinallpox In tlio United StutoH...

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 — 21 February 1902

NORFOLK NFAVS : .FIHDAY , FEHRUAIIY 21 , ,002 The Eyes Feed the Brain. Parents who neglect their children's eyes are more cruel than the Chinese , who encase the feet of their little ones. One dwarfs the feet the other stunts the mind. When we adjust glasses study becomes a pleasure , DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Good lot at Jnuctiou $ 1CO.OO House and % acre , 3d St 875.00 Ilonso and largo harn -1000.00 House , barn , % acre , 4th St. . . 1300.00 House nt Junctiou 700.00 Four room house nud burnIGO.OO Loans on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. PARISH Has the Genuine Old Fashioned Buckwheat Flour and the Best Maple Syrup in Town. PARISH Dark Town Social , Given by the Christian Endeavor Society. Exhibits from the Hal- ladcgu College of Alabamn ( col ored training school ) Cnko Walks , Colored Waiters , Coon Songs , Ragtime Music , Dunbnr'e rooms , TONIGHT AT THE First Congregational Church White Trnsh 25o Pickaninnies 16o Colored Refreshments Free. The Wea...

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 — 21 February 1902

8 TUB NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , PEKRARUY 21,11)02. ) { Much Interest Being Taken in the Session. SCHOOL WORK AT LINCOLN , Prof , E. A. Qurnott Explains How Pupils oftho Stnto School of Agri culture nro TntiRht Q. A. Marshall Tnlks of Plum nnd Cltorry Trees. From Hiitinl ( ) 'n Dnll ) TliOhO attending the Norfolk farmers' iiiHtituto yesterday afternoon listened to short talks on the subject of ioedliiK ntook iiiul growing civlvoH , after tlio opening by L , D. Slilson , by Joint Bnimor of York and Win. Krnost of Graf , all Interested being given valuable uRKORt Ions from thoporsomxl oxporlonccH of those gentlemen. Mr. Uroinor fol lowed with iv discussion of tbo subject "Alfalfa aH u Karm Crop. " ThlB proved nu Interesting Biibjcot and brought out many important facts regarding thin virtually now and lit tlonndorHtood crop. The speaker found that the time allowed htm was Insulllolont to do justice to the Mibjoct. Air. Ernest Bpoko on the question of 11 How to Secure and Maintain n Pas- ...

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 — 21 February 1902

THE NORFOLK NWVS : K1UDAY , VE1WUAKY 21,1002 , 0 SATURDAY SIFTINGS , Earnest Glgar of Creston is n Norfolk Bltor today. OnySwoct was down from Meadow Grovoyofltorduy. H. Oltivnn of Madison \VHH in tlio me tropolis yesterday. Arthur Luck of Wausa transactedbus iness here yostordny. .T. 15. Cooper wns over from Wayne on business yostordny. M. T. Brown of Tilden yostordny p\td : his regular triounl.il visit to the citv. Albert Fitch nud Arnold Sohult/ Stnnton wore visiting in Norfolk yester day. Ohris Fisher and family ofFullcrton wore visiting friends in the city yester day. Mayor T. V. Memmcngor of BMadison was gieoting his Norfolk acquaintances today. Miss Bertha Pilgor wont to Madison this morning to visit her brother Arthur mid his wife over Sunday. A now son \vns born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmodo at the homo of L C. Mittolstadt yesterday morning. S. .T. Bucks and wife , P. .T. B.ieks , Chns. Billerbeok , and Miss M. Book of Osmond were in Norfolk yostorday. The Ak-Sar-Bon board ...

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 — 21 February 1902

10 T1IK NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY. l-BBRUAKY 21. 1902. / \ Prospects Flattering for Pas sage of the Bill. W. M. ROBERTSON RETURNS. Has Doon Doinjr Hnrd Work In WashIngton - Ington for the Oiilldlnp ; Final Vote of ConRrcss Will bo Taken In May or Juno. From Titnulny'i Dnlljr. Hon. W. M , Robertson roturmul hint evening from Washington , wlinro ho has boon roprommting Norfolk in tlio effort - fort to Hi'onro u federal building for thin ulty. Ho returns well satisfied tuul fools us though Ilio matter IH in fairly good filmpo. Ho believes thnt when ho loft Washington it was in as good condition I\R it could bo. In legislation of thlH character , however , complications nro always liable to arise thnt will defeat a inonHiiro uvun after it IIIIH every prospect of passage , iinil until the final vote in both houses of congress IIIIH boon an nounced the federal building will re- niain nioro or lost ) a nmttor of doubt. But on the whole Mr. HobortHon in well RatteHed with the prospects. IIH the...

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 — 21 February 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FKHRUAKY 21 , WHEN the DERBY , „ , „ . WAS RUN ! Curran Richard Greenley Copyright , 1001 , By Curran Richard Oroonley j j 1 "Tnsslr , doy linln't nuthln' his cknl dls fildo ol > greased llgutnln' cf ho iwnnt tcr go , but" Jim loaned over confidentially "he's do debbll's own foh tcmneh , on I'm mighty fenred ho gwlno ter bolt , what wld nil dcm brass ban's en Bliouttn's , en of he do dcy Imln't nobody kin hoi' him , lessen It bo Miss Jess , en Bhc hain't In tint game nowise. " Jim sighed apprehensively ns he rubbed trtnvn the satin coat of the favorite clean limbed , dark bay , an aristocrat of the aristocrats , breeding In every line of the arching neck , 41ecp chest and mighty limbs , true son of the preat Hindoo. The eyet showed a \ * Ickcd little rim of white. "See dcm eyes , Mas' Charley ? He been a-showln' dem whites all day , en It's Gawd'H truf dat hain't no peace flag. Lawd he'p de ulggnh what's grwlne ter ride hlml" I left the stalls and star...

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 — 21 February 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 21 , 1902 , HE MAN WHO WAS MUSTERED OUT. . . . DY LEO CRANE Copyright , 1001 , by tito Gmn . I-O-IO-IOI-O-IO-IOO-IOIO-I-O-KW-O-M I The Hinall column of rough looking mnn that wound In nliiRlo fllo IhroiiRh the tangled JuiiRlo wnw nil that ro- ninlncd of Iho once mlRhty Twelfth. It hnd dwindled to this hnndfiil In the npnco of nlno montliH , and no tloubt when the wet HCIIHOII bcRim even the skeleton would have room for fronh recruits , providing nlwayn the rubeln , who Iny hidden In the wild Rrnnm'fl , would allow the fever tlmo cnoiiRh. A robcl In the wild grnus IH us certain n the fever , anil much quicker. Nine mouths before the Twelfth hnd Inmled from the niHly red trnnnport Southern Queen niul hnd mnrchcd with n swinging Htep over the wet nniid. The straggly Hue of pnlinn skirling Iho bench Hwnlloweil them , niul from that moment the declmntlon began. Kor n tlmo they Idled In the hot flun nt QunlmiiM , where they nto fruit , nlckcned , a few...

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 — 28 February 1902

EEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL NORFOLK , NEBKASKA , FRIDAY , EBKILYRY 28,1902. Memorial Services in House c 4 t , r Representatives. KAISER'S BROTHER ATTENDS. President Roosevelt , the Cabinet , Army and Navy Officers and Both Branches of Congress Participate. Hay Delivers Eulogy. - ' Washington , Feb. 28. At noon yesterday - torday in the great hall of representa tives , In the presence of President Roosevelt , Prince Henry of Prussia , brother of the German emperor ; the members of the cabinet , the justices df'the supreme court , the general of the army and officers of tlio army and Davy who have received the thanks of congress , the ambassadors and other diplomatic representatives of foreign countries , the senators and representa tives in congresd and a largo number of distinguished guests , Hon. John Hay , McKJnley's secretary of state , pronounced a eulogy upon his dead chief. Four times before national mo- 'modal services * for presidents who have died in office have been held In this h...

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 — 28 February 1902

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 28 , 1902 , V W. N. llUBin , DAILY. , 1887. Krori i' it ' T nirnpt Htmilny , lly currier per weak , (5 cant * , lly "mil par jonr , | 0,00. /WKRUI.V / NKW8.JOOKNAT , . ISM. TlioJonrnnl , oitnlill 1io < l 1871 Kr ry Friday. Hy null per yonr , II.0 , RnUral nt tlm Pnslollleo nt Norfolk , Neb. , n > twxniil olnii mutter. Telephone * I Kdltnrlnl Dotmrlment , Nn. Z2 | IlDilneiit Olllco nuil Job Uoonn , No. S22. Prince Henry may think ho has soon a great deal and knows considerable , but \vnlt nutil ho gets io Chicago. < . The storm kliiR in now Klvlug No- limaka n tonoh of high Ufa not unllko that with which ho has fnvorid eastern nud wcstoru Hootioui ) . The Tobias Kzproes is nomowhnt confused - fused aa io whether Prlnco Uonry sailed on the Kron Prluz or whether the Kron 1'rluz eallod ou the Prlnco Honry. Indications txro that the frazzled end tit February la assuming leonine charao- taristloH to usher in March In a uianuor that will cause ...

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 — 28 February 1902

J THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 28 , MXtf. Reception to Prince Henry Cul minates in Brilliant Banquet. ENJOYS VISIT TO C6NGRE8S. Kaiser's Brother Observes With In- I terest Ways of American Lawmak er * Vlewa Dramatic Scene In Up per Body. 1 Washington , Fob. 25. The visit of Prlnco Henry and his sulto to the cap- ItoLyestorday must Imvo been not only a gratifying experience to the royal visitor on account of the warm and Mattering reception ho received at both the house and ( senate , and of the op portunity It afforded of mooting per sonally the leaders of both houses , but It must have been an extremely Inter esting , experience as well The prlnco not only saw the houses of the Amer ican parllamqnt at work , but In the senate ho witnessed one of those rare .nnil Intensely dramatic moments which como In that body occasionally at the conclusion of a great debate. The prlnco and his party in carriages , es corted by a troop of cavalry and flank'od on either sldo by a bicycle p...

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 — 28 February 1902

\ A THEN011FOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 28. 1002 , Collector of Customs at Sitka Writes Fervid Letter , HEFU8ES TO I RESCIND ORDER. Declares English Subjects Shall Not De Allowed Favors Which Are De nied Americana Interprets Shaw's ' Action ns Fear of Trouble. Washington , Poll. 27. Some tlino tigo tlio Bcerotnry of the trciiBiiry re ceived Information to tlio effect Hint J. W. ivoy , collector of customs nt Sitha , luul instructed hlu doinity nt IJnalasltn not to permit Cnimdliui von- sols , presumably about to engage In pelagic HonJIng , to obtnln BiippIloB nt Hint port. The collector was directed to Bend n stnlement of tlio facts to the department and wan Informed that If such orders had been jlvon they must bo roRolndcd. Yesterday the depart ment received a telegram from Ivoy , saying : "My Instructions wore not against -vessels engaged In alleged legal llsb- ing , Iwt against Canadian vessels act ually engaged In pelagic sealing , which In Illegal and criminal when committed w...

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 — 28 February 1902

THK NORFOLK NEWS : FKTDAY , FEBRUARY 28 , 1902. New Boat Takes to the Water ! Without a Hitch , . CHRISTENED QYMISS ROOSEVELT Prince and President the Central Fig- urea of Ceremony Freedom of New York City Is Accorded Royal Vis itor Henry Attends Opera. Now York , Fob. 20. The all-Import- nnt event In the Itinerary of Prlnco Henry of Prussia yesterday was the launching of the schooner yacht Meteor , built at Shooter Island for the prince's brother , the Gorman emper or. The christening ceremony was performed by Miss Allco Roosevelt , daughter of the president of the Unit ed States , In the presence of the presi dent , the prince , Gorman Ambassador von Hollebon and a brilliant assem blage. The Meteor moved down the . ways at 10:39 a. ru. amid a scene of great enthusiasm. The launching proper was without mishap and pro- eontod a graceful and beautiful pic ture , though It was accomplished in a drizzling rain and other Inauspicious atmospheric conditions. The special train bearing Pre...

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 — 28 February 1902

n THE NORFOLK NEWS : FltiDAY'FEBRUARY 28,1002 , Thefloplolk fl-euas Jlooh ! Dor kniBor'Rbrnderl Now will the Snmpson-Sohloy Inoi * deal utny cloned , or will It bo necessary to bind It with hoop Iron ? Congressman Whcolor will probably ? 2 > o on linud today to observe Aniorlonn BO Hint ho nmy doflno It detail , Thin is the day whou Prlnco Henry IH to rooolvo the greeting thnt cnn bo given Tiy the American people when they really like n mnn , North Nebraska ronl estnto hns boon changing hniulB nil winter nnd tlio time is almost hero when n niovoinont of the buyora nnd Bollora will dovolop. A keg of pow.dor exploded in Ken tucky Thursday night. Kentucky powder hivs iv habit of exploding , but not onllnnrily in nuoh largo quantities. . 4 i The pugilistic senators nro not only in contempt of the wmnto , but of the conn * try. A BOOIIO like they onnctod would hardly bo nllowablo at n village lioard mooting , The nut Itrnst folks will now plcaso withdraw their protests against At * to...

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 — 28 February 1902

THEJNORFOLK NEW ? : FRIDAY , FETUUIAHY 28 , 1002. PAUL * CAIIEW S * ' § Copyright , .1 1001 , br -2 A. K. . Hlehnrtlimn\ Widow Jason was the relict ofi Farm ed Jason , and she carried on ihe farm Rtbr Jila Uc'ath with' ' eVeii itiorc wisdom tlijm h < i hnrf shown himself JiorisessdA o'fi tihe was ptlll on the brighter eldo of forty , fair to look upon mid was at peace with all her neighbors until the one to the cast of her sold out and a otrangcr moved In. Ho was a man of middle age named Chlsholm , and , being n widower , his sister1 inailaged'th6 lioufeo for Dim. If the Widow Jason was one of those who w6nder'cd what sort * of man he was , eho was thd first to find it out. Among berllvc 'stoclfthnt year'were n dozen hogs , nh'clMHvusUhe'rnult'oriier hired inah' tlint' 'there' ' we're .liolcs ln the fences through -which they itinfle their way1 Into the potato , neld of the new neighbor. She hadl'jusl , fihlshc'd her breakfast one morning whcii Chlsholni was announced , lie had ...

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 — 28 February 1902

\ 8 THK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRARUY 28,1902. Proposed for Rc-organlzation of Business Men's Club. NORFOLK COMMERCIAL CLUB. With n Now Nnrno , Now Life and Im petus nro Expected In the Organiza tion , Which Will Prova Dononclal to Norfolk. From BnttmUy'n Dully The mooting of the Buslno Men's association hint evening was not so well attended ns It should huvu boon ou ao- count of n misunderstanding of the ( Into Of the meeting. President Luiknrt cnllod the mooting to onlorvhou .7. N. Hundlok was olooted temporary secretary , lu the nb- Bonco of Mr. MIIIIGH , The committee selected to pronont ar ticles of nssoolixtlon , Hubiulttod the following - lowing , which were recommended for adoption nt the next mooting , when it IB planned to ro-orgnnizo the nHHOolntion nud oloot olHcorn : 1. The iiiuno of thin organisation Hhnll bo the Norfolk Commercial oluh of Norfolk , NobnvHhn , nnd ltd purpOHO to work in harmony for the advancement and upbuilding of the olty of Norfolk. 3. The office...

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 — 28 February 1902

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 28 , 1902 , SATURDAY SITTINGS. 0. 8. Smith is over from Madison on business. A , J.'Lnngor ofVost 1'olut is iu the city visiting friends. A. D. Case of Plniuviow was iu the metropolis yesterday. S. M. Hill wna down from Randolph yesterday cm business. Win. O'Connor of Bloonifiold was n Norfolk visitor yesterday. Win. Bookinlogiu of Wayiio was a Norfolk visitor yesterday. Qoorgo Bancroft of the county seat was in the oity yesterday. Speucor Buttorflold started for Crelgh- ton this inoruiug , going overland. A. J. Dnrlaud made a trip into Pierce comity yesterday on land business. York is to have free delivery of mail after the first of July. Norfolk hopes to bo able to follow suit in the course of events. The kids are playing marbles , which is another almost infallible sign that spring is horo. The weather eoems to sustain the sign. A threatening cloud rolled np from the northwest last evening iiiicl it was feared that the spriug-liko weather was ...

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 — 28 February 1902

P < il in THK NQUFOLK NWS : FRIDAY , FKBRUAKY 28 , 1902. WEDNESDAY WRINKLES , Goo. N. HoolH mode a trip to I'iorco tlila afternoon. Mrs.T. 8. Shooan returned hwt oven- fug from Fremont. Mrs. Howard Whalon of Btanton wan trading In Norfolk yesterday , Mrs. John II , Hays rotnruo < l loot night from n wooU'n visit in Linoolit. Mr. nnd Mrs. Curl Snuiident of Stanton - ton were olty visitors yesterday. Mr. Tunis IsblHtor of Chicago in a KaoBt ut the homo of Hov. J. 0. 8. Wollls. Boiilali chapter , No.10 , 0. E. S. , will xnoot in regular session tomorrow oven- Ing. Landlord 0. II. Vail of the Oxnard hotel , wad a Sioux City vWtor over night. Mr. and MrH. John H. HayH will on- tortnln the Went Sldo Whist club tomorrow - morrow night. Mlsa Margaret Nlokol , who lion boon rlaltlng hero for the past week , loft last ight for her homo in Nollgh. News ban boon rooolvod from Hoatrloo ntinounolng the birth of a daughter on the 10th to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hole. Philip Stoln of Omaha Is here...

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 — 28 February 1902

rdK-NOKKOLKNEWS : FlUDAY , S2B , lOOSi n ( Doctors of Medicine V ' ,1 ,1AND AND DOCTORS OF OPHTHALMOLOGY. The dlilorouco of the two doc tors is , ouo will proscritfo aoino preparation called mqdlclno.niitl thereby trying to euro different kinds of sickness ; the other in- vostlsntes , finds the CIUIBO , rtp- plys the remedy , and thereby prevents Richness. One treats the EFFECT , the other traits the CAUSE. When the CAUBK * lms boon stopped , then there will bo no m-'rncTK for modicnl treatment. EYE STRAIN ( Hy- poropia ) is the cnnso of abont SK ) pir cent , of the ills prevalent among the peoplo. It should bo i remembered that there is only ONE remedy for Hyperopla Properly Fitted Glasses , i. t . DR. MARQUARDT \ . , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction 9 l&O.OO House and aero , 3d St 875.00 House and largo barn 4000.00 House , barn , K > r ° i 4th St. . . 1800.00 House at Junction ' 700.00 Four room house and barn 450.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Rat...

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