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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 March 1902

I I 8 T1IE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY. MARCH 14,1002. Farmers Tributary to Norfolk Secure Four of Five Prizes. WILLIAM RIQQERT TAKES FIRST. Over 30,000 Pounds of Boots Grown on Ono Aero In an Ofl Yonr , Making n Profit of $30.02 to the Qrowor. What the Other Man Raised. The prizes awarded In the content ; for prize bootH by the Orange Jndd Karmor of OhlonRO funilHli n striking argument for the territory mirrouHdliig Norfolk nn to Its adaptability for sugar boot grow ing , farmers In the vicinity of nud trib utary to the Norfolk factory carrying oft nil the prl'/.os but one in the state of Nebraska while ns compared with the growers at largo who outoro < l the con test , a very excellent showing to mndo considering that the season woa nnfavor- nblo in ninny respects for the bent rosnlta to bo obtninod. Proof ia llltowiso fnrnishod that bootH cnn bo grown hero nt n good profit by ono who understands the proper culture of the root. Three hundred dollar * of the prize money wns given to N...

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 — 14 March 1902

THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , MAU01I k , 1002 , . Various Lines of Betterment are Discussed. WATER POWER ON ELKHORN. If Cheap Power can be Developed it Will Induce the Location Here of Many Small Manufacturing Con cerns Committee on "Rest Room. " From BiUuttlftj'B Dally Some ! ! 0 or10 members of the Com- morclnl club mot ut the city hull , last evening , and although the mooting did not accomplish much of a definite nu- ture , yet the discussions wore interest ing mid several linen of thought \\ero presented thnt promise to develop good for Norfolk in the fnturo. The meeting was called to'ordrr by President Luiknrt and Burt Mnpes served as secretary in the absence of M. O. Huzon. The president announced that ho had information that a flrm now doing busi ness < n Ohio , extensively engaged in the importation and breeding of fine coach horses , is desirous of removing the whole or part of its business to the west. The secretary was instructed to open corrfs- poudenco with the flrm a...

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 — 14 March 1902

8 TIIK NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , MARCH 14,1002. Farmers Tributary to Norfolk Secure Four of Five Prizes. WILLIAM RIGGERT TAKES FIRST. Over 30,000 Pounds of Ooots Grown on One Aero In nn ON Yonr , Making n Profit of $30.02 to tlio Grower. What the Other Men Raised. The prizes awarded in the contest ) for prlzo bootM by tlio Orange Jatld Farmer of Chicago furnish n striking argument for the territory surrounding Norfolk as to KH adapt ability for Htigixr boat grow ing , farmers in tlio vicinity of iiiul trib wtary to the Norfolk factory carrying r off all the prizes but ono in the sfato of NobrnHha while an compared with the growers at largo who outorod the con test , n very excellent showing in made considering that the season was unfavor able In many respects for the bowl results to bo obtained. Proof Is likewise furnished that boots can bo grown hero at n good profit by ono who understands the proper culture of the root. Throe hundred dollar * ) of the prize money waa givou to Nebras...

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 — 14 March 1902

'irRNOUFOLKNKWS ' : FRIDAY , MAUCI1 l-i , 1002 , Various Lines of Betterment are Discussed. WATER POWER ON ELKHORN. If Cheap Power can be Developed it Will Induce the Location Here of Many Small Manufacturing Con cerns Committee on "Rest Room. " From BatimlM'c Dully Some ! ! 0 or 40 members of the Com mercial club mot nt the city hull , lust evening , nnd although the mooting did 1 * not accomplish much of n definite na ture , yet tlio discussions were interest ing and several IhifB of thought \\ero presontcd that promise to develop good for Norfolk in the future. The meeting was called to * ordrr by President Luikart and Burt Mapcs wl served ns secretary in the absence of M. 0. Huzon. The president announced that ho had information that a firm now doing buai ness * n Ohio , extensively engaged in the importation and breeding of flno coach horBOS , is desirous of removing the whole or part of its business to the west. The Bocretary was instructed to open corres pondence \iith the fi...

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 — 14 March 1902

1.1. I 10 TJIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH'M , 1902. j 1 Proposition to Establish Plant nt Norfolk. COMMERCIAL CLUB LISTENS. Ex-Secretary of State Porter ami J. A. Boyco Discuss the Feasibility of ErcctlnR a Factory Would Use Raw Material. From Tliurmln j ' Tmlr f Hx-Sccretary of State NY. V. Porter of Central City and , T. A. lloyco of Kearney - noy appeared before the special mooting of the Oonunuroiiil club hwt evening and mndo a proposition looking to the establishment of un tip to itato canning fnotory in this olty. They roproBout the Hastings InduHtrinl company of Chicago cage , said to bo the only linn that erects mill equips canning factories west of the MiHslsHlppi rlvur. Thn spcolnl mooting of the club was not so well attended an It Bhould luxvo boon , owing to the Into hour when no tice of the meeting was given when many of the inomborH hiul otherarrange ments for the evening. After Hiitoning to the proposition of Messrs. 1'prtor anil Boyco it was decided to ndjouru unt...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 March 1902

NORFOLK IS1 KWS : 1'IRIUY , MAHOll M , 1902 When Doctors Disagree Consult Optician $ Nervousness headaches sleeplessness and dizziness , often puzzle the best physicians , , Nine times in ten cycstrain is the direct cause. Nothing can effect a permanent cure that docs not remove the cause. That is what our scientifically fitted glasses do. OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ 1GO.OQ House aud > nore , 8d St 87fiiP ° ' ji Honso and largo barn 40pdt' ( House , bam , % acre , 4th St. . . liwb.O .House at Junction 700.00. . .Four . room house and barn -IGO.Od Loans on Roul Estate Low Kates. T. E..ODIORNE. PARISH WAS placed on sale 50 dozen cans Extra Fine California Fruit at the very low price * . of 20 cents per can. These goods are not to be classed with the cheap seconds ends that are sold so largely for standard goods , and it will pay you to look them up. PARISH WHY IS IT , That no Music Teachers or Piano Tuners can'geta "commission" for recommending Ch...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 March 1902

\ Til 15 NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 1-J , 1902 , JR. II. T , 1IOLDEN ) Homeopathic I'hjfllclnn and Omco.CltUons NnUonnl lUuk Ilutl.llnic. Tolniiliouo 101 , Bunltnrinm nml HouMmico , Main ami W i 81 Toloplitnio 9. Norfolk. - NcbraHlta _ . N. jTilOAGLANU , Osteopntlilc Physician. mn bold nculo nml cltronlo mi Irontoclwltlimitimoof driiffHor knlfo , riiono No. V 51. Olllen at rmMoiiofl , 109 North 10th Hlrost , Norfolk Nobrimlni g > J , COL15 , DENTIST. Offlcfl nr r CtlUim'J Nnllonat Hank. llMlilniiM ouo block north of Congrotinllmml church. Norfolk , Nobnwkn MAUY SHKLLKY FnHhloiinblo DroflHnmkor. Op itnlrs In Cotton block , ever llnnm'i ' itor * Flr t-cli\M work gu riinU > o < l , Norfolk , Nebraska . BADIB.HAHT MILLIiR , SL' OstcopatliicIPhysician , juftWP - Itoomt ever Hnyoa' JJowolrjr HOUIIO , Norfolk. gKSSIONS & Unilorlakcrmantl Umlialntoro , Beislons lllk , , Norfolk Atn. Norfolk , Nohraska O. A. RICHEY , Dray and Transfer Line. Household Goods Moving a Specialty ...

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 — 21 March 1902

j. THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. , , , , N011FOLTC , NEBlUSItA MAIlOH 21 1902 'Opposes Root Bill Creating a New Staff. i 'WOULD DESTROY UNITY OF ARMY J 'Charges That It Opens the Doors to Favorltlom and Declares He Would Resign If the Measure Becomes a Xaw In Its Present Form. Wa hlngtoB , Marck 21. Osneral 'Noftnn A. M yoiUrday told th eoiiftto oomuitteo OB military affair * tkftt K tko bin Imtreduood by Senator Wawl 7 at fcho inetanao of the war 'dapartmont for tko orcmnicatlo * of a general etaff fr tko army ikovld bo- ftosio a law ho would daoUno to Ion cor held kt cociBriieiou. Tko roaioa he gat tor tko BfatoMomt IB tfcat tko MH IB vMorly rakvwaiTo of tko imtoroat * f ft * RHuKj octeWiiHMont and ka eait ttat ko woold mot ko a partto i evok a r o di g io the oxtoat OTO . of ooattattec to kold klu plaoo. Tko Btto at wa ttiUo i Uio tureo of a prelongod keartag ky tke eiMtiuittM , wktok was ocadnotod bo- Wfiadi otocod doors and la wkloh Qem- iral Miles touched upou a rarlety of ...

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 — 21 March 1902

THE N011FOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MA110IT 21 , 1902. W. N. 11U8U , PubllBhor. _ DAILY. IbtnMliliml , 1SS7. KTerj ilnj o c < n > t Hmiilny. y carrier | ior w nV , li conU. I'r ' mnlUmryoixr , tfl.OO. WKKKI.Y NiWN-.IOU UNA I. , Tt Niw , < * tR > lU1iml , ISSt. , , , . „ „ Thn Jounml , ontftlillMiml Ml K7 ry Ft May , fly mi\ll yor yci\r , ll.M. Kntarod iiUho Ponlonico nt Norfolk , Neb. , n oouil olnn mitttor. ' mtiNit IMUorlnl notmrtmniit , No. I2 | llntlnoti Olllco nnil Job Room * , No. 322. REPUBLICAN TICKET. City. ' For major JACK KOKHIORTKIN ForUen.uror I , . M. ( Urumn ForcdorV 8. Jt.Mt-FABi.AHii Turnnglnwr W. 11. Ixiwi : For police jmlga W "ATIH : School District. For mtraUeri of llio Hoard of Kdncntlon . . . 11 it. I' . II. HAI/IKU Councllmnnlc. Pint iMnl W. H. Wll.AMAN Bwondwnr.l II. W. MII.I. * aiilnlwiinl 11. D.Tvi.icu Fourth * nl J. . BI-KM.MAM If the republicans of the state want to engage in a oloixu mid gentlemanly campaign lot thorn place W. M. Kobort- eon's uauio...

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 — 21 March 1902

I THE XOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SlAlMff 21 , 1002. Compromise Proposition Ap proved by Republicans. 'TWENTY PER CENT REDUOTION. > 6ibley Amendment Llmlto Effect to December 1 , 1903 Payne Plan la ; Adopted by Vote of Elghty-flve to Thirty-one. < Washington , March 19. Tljo nilvo- -catca of Cuban reciprocity scored n "decided victory last night tit the con ference of Republican members of the house of representatives , the proposi tion of Chairman Payne of the ways nnd means committee for a 20 per cent reduction of duty , with the Slbloy amendment limiting the duration of the reduced rates to Dec. 1 , 1903 , be ing adopted by a vote of 85 yeas to 31 nays. This result was reached at 11:30 : p. m. , after a protracted debate , followed by a scries of exciting roll calls. The first test was when Mr. Payne con eluded the speech-making with a mo tion for the previous question on all pending propositions. This motion prevailed , 78 to GG. A vote was then taken on a substitute offered b...

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 — 21 March 1902

i THE NORFOLK NRVVR : FRIDAY , MARCTT 21,11)02. ) Democrats Will Urge Congress to Take Action. WANT TO PETITION THE DWTISH. paucuo Dcclareo In Favor of Cessa- tlon of Hostilities and Strict Neu- ' trallty by the United States Ran dall Resolution Adopted , ' Washington , March 20. Thu TJomo- cmtlc members of tlio house , at n can- CUB hold lust nlKlit , unanimously adopted rcBolullntiH declaring Unit congress Hhuuld uxproBH the sympathy of tlio American people for the strug- cling Boor republics and pledging themselves to UBO tholr utinoHt on * denvora to force the committees to re port rt'HohitloiiH oxproaslvo of such sympathy. If only that conpi-osa may Imvu an opportunity to act. The committee iinka rcsolutlonn to JnvostlRato the friuiohlfio question , which was not conaldorcd at last tjight'B CIUICUB. Ro : > rosontatlvo Huy of VirRlnlni presided at the caucus. The nttt'iidancu wan larRO. There was 310 dlvlBlon of sentiment aa to tlio coin-Bo to bo taUon , the question pro- non...

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 March 1902

V THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. MAROII 21 , lf)0i ) . 'Frye's Pet Measure Goes Through Senate. "FINAL VOTE 18 42 TO 31. .Allison Time Limit and Spooner | Amendment Empowering Congress to Repeal Bill at Will Are Adopted. All Other Amendments Rejected. Washington , March 18. After pro longed debate the senate yesterday .passed the ship subsidy bill , the final vote upon Uio measure being 42 to 31. Senators Allison and Dolltver of Iowa , Spooner and Quartos of Wisconsin , and Proctor and Dllllngham of Ver mont , Republicans , voted against final passage of the bill , and Senator McLturln of South Carolina voted for It. Some amendments to the bill were adopted , but they were all agreeable to those In charge of the measure , the friends of the bill voting down all - other amendments. With the excep tion of amendments offered by Mr. -JAlllson and accepted by Mr. Fryo , llm- Iting the tlmo of-the operation of con tracts made under the provisions of the bill to July 1 , 1920 , and providing 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 — 21 March 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FJUDAY , MARCH 21 , 1902 , The floffolk fi It IB almost too cold to start the city Apolitical pot to boiling. General Funston IB cutting into the TRgalog ranks nt homo to an extent Hint in very discomforting to the tuitls. The Nollgh Lender has discarded HH blankot'Rlzo and now appears ns a novoii- column quarto with four pages of homo jrrint. It is n commendable improve ment. _ _ _ _ _ Winter has. shown that it is filill it Hiidifumtltloil to all the honors accruing. 2i now has the common consent of the 3 > ooplo to retire and give the radishes a ohnnoo. Governor Savage will have more tlmo to instruct in his idon of justice after Jils prosout term of otllco expires. Bart- 'Joy should endow a hchool of their cult and cslnhllah the governor an president. U'ho house committee on coinage , weights and monsuros has favorably ro- jportod a bill to ndopt the metric system of weights and monjmroniouts as the taudard for the United Status. General Fuuston IB just now 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 — 21 March 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : VRIDAY , MARCH 21 , 1002 , I DAN CUPID. I CHAUFFEUR | By Lilian C. Paschal 2 Copyright , 1001 , by Lllliin ( J. rHunhnt * ' " .Society , frivolity , clinrlty , and the t. ' greatest of these IH j-llarlty. " .Anlce covered n roschjut ninuili , half * blown Into a yawn , with a gloved bund ns she stood lu arguilicutallvc attitude before the flickering pas log. "I'm sick of tiie ilrst two , lady moth'- ' cr. Therefore will I practice charity. " \ "Well , " said her mother plaintively , taking up a novel , "do be careful with thnt automobile. Don't let It run away with you. You'll get smallpox or Home- thing down In that awful ghetto , as ' . * t\ \ you call it. Aid } be sure to change iT your clothes before" I , But her tall , willful daughter was already - ready half way down , stairs. Pausing fa „ In the hall and tUrustlng her hands lute - * to the sleeves of her long raglan , she paid : "Go hack to my room , Celeste , and bring me the rlolcts to wear. " "Oul , mam...

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 March 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 21,1902 , Private BUgcr Writes from Another Post. INCIDENTS OF THE VOYAGE. Pleased with the Town of Dapltan. How Christmas wnu Observed A Short Dry Season Is Anticipated. Weather Is like Spring hero. Dnpltau , Mlmliuino , P. I. , Jan. fi , 1003. To TUB NKWS : Having changed posts Bluoo writing , I will uudnrtnlco to inform you what kind of a country traveled through and nm now In. Orders were rooolvod at Oroquiota on Doeoinbor 7 for ono sergeant nnd 27 privates to proceed to Dapltau. The boat in whloh wo wore to travel Ifl a email coast steamer , the Trontou , about 100 foot long , 20foot wide and with two docks. The upper doolc isopouoxoopt the fore part , where the crow have tboir quarters. It does about all the ooast work hero for the government. It or rived at Orlquiota on the aftornoou of the llth and wo loaded our lookers and boarded the same evening. The uoxt morning at 4 o'clock the boat pulled oat nnd wont to Langoran , a distance of an mil...

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 March 1902

I TIFB NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , MA1UHI 21 , 1902 , SATURDAY SIFTlNGS. Kil. Tumor ot WUnur WIIH u city vis itor ever night. Judge W. M. Robertson was iu Oinalrn yesterday. William "Webster was in Norfolk yes terday from Monroo. Mrs , T. I. Ermisso'was a city visitor over night from Fnllorton. Misses Grace and Maggie Wilson of Fullerton are visitors iu Norfolk. Mrs. Hivndley wont to Pierce today to visit her sister Mrs. W. E. Powots. Table tennis lias been added to the list of games at the Elks club rooms. Mrs M. D. Tyler returned last night from n visit with relatives in Illinois. Joseph Birdhead and W. G. Meyers of Hurtingtou wore iu Norfolk over uight. A. L. Pound of Lincoln is iu the city , > a guest at the homo of his daughter , Mrs. John Vauiloru. Misses Schrine , Murtindalo , Wallace mid "Warner , touchers iu the Pierce schools weru city visitors todny. County Engineer W. II. Lowe re turned lust uight from Meadow Grove , where ho has been surveying during the past week. Wm. W...

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 March 1902

I I/ Ifl .10 THK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 21 , 1002 , WEDNESDAY WRINKLES. [ H. II , Harris of Lynuh was a Norfollc Tisltor yuHtonlny , , T. W , Mlxor , nged 8'J yearn , dlod at I'lntnvlow and was buried yOHtorday. Mm. Wnrnor and Mrs. Both of Wnrnurvlllovcro Norfolk visitors yes tordny. James Wulib of Oroighton was In the city yesterday cnrouto homo from Onmlm. MrM. 0. S. McCaHlln Is dangerously nick nt her liomo in the southwoHt part of the oity. Bonlah chapter No.10 , 0. H. S. , will moot In special BUBhlon tomorrow evening ing for practice. The LudioHBOcioty of the Viral Ooiigro Rational ohuroh will moot with Mrs. A. II. Kiotmu tomorrow nftornooii nt ! i : ! 10. Homer Tnnnohlll , who hart boon at tending the Kohool of agriculture of the Btato university nt Lincoln returned Mondnv mid In sufforiiiK from nu nttiiclc of measles. Judges U. E. 15vans mid 13.V. . Warner of Dakota Oity were In the oity today. The Unit iiiimod Is grand inaHtor of the A. F. mid A. M. and tnlkod MitHon...

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 March 1902

f 3 PUB NORFOLK NKWS : Mil DAY , AIAIKMI 21 , 1902 U Tired Eyes Sensations exist for our guidance. They are Nature's warnings. . Over-worked eyes demand rest. Eyes that tire easily call for help. Properly adjusted glasses afford the only assistance possible. We make a specialty of relieving tired eyes and guarantee satisfac tion. OR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ ICO.00 House and J acre , 8d St 875.00 House and largo bam 4000.00 House , barn , % aoro1 , 4th St. . . 1300.00 House at Junction 700.00 Four room house and bnrn150.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. PARISH f-f AS placed on sale 50 dozen cans Extra Fine California A Fruit at the very low price of 20 cents per can < These goods are not to be classed with the cheap seconds ends that are sold so largely for standard goods , and it will pay you to look them up. PARISH 1 ORGAN $20.00 1 ORGAN $25.00 1 ORGAN $30.00 Above taken in exchange for Chick- cring Pianos and ar...

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 March 1902

I 1THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MA1UJ11 21 , 1902. M. E. 3PAULDING , UKAI.KIIQIH FLOUR , FEED , TELEPHONE : : NO. & * L. L. . REMBE , Practical Plumber and Steam Fitter. ' . Agency for the Myors Forcd anc" Wind Mill Pumps. Prices Right. Satisfaction Guaranteed on all Work First , door Wc t of Powt Ofllco For riomliiog , Sitam Filling , i'unips ' , Tanln Wind Mills Anil nil work In tills line cull on STITT & WHITE. Bhtlifnctlnu ilnnriuilooil. Flrit iloor West of Ahlman'i Illojrolo Bliop. Learn ortlori nt Ttlophouo II Ml. n. T. HOLDER , Ilomooputhlo rhyBlcInn and Burgeon Olllcs , Gitltani National Hnnk Ilulldluff. Tolophouo 101. , Sanitarium nml ItoiUIanoo , Mnln niul Hlh 8k Tolephouo 0. Norfolk , ' . Nebraska , ' JIl. N. J. HOAGLAND , Osteopnthlc Physician. , both ncntn niul clironlo treated without UBO of driifrMor kimo , riiono No , V 51 , Ofllco at roaldonco 100 North 10th Btfoot , Norfolk ! Nqbroaltn g < J. COLE , QJ DENTIST. Onico over Oltlron'e Nntlnnnl Itnnlc , Koahl...

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 March 1902

frul tMw * * \ " . . . HKvtC \ ' -NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS- ENAL. NORFOLK , NEB1USKA , FRIDAY , MAllClI 26 , 1002 , 9 ? Vv1' ? Wv TVVV vvWvVVV VvVV7VWVWWWvW wwvwTrw rvw - - TTww-wwirw Tw * * * * * * * * * - - - ' WW-WTTT-WT-WWWWTWWWWWW'WWVWT V WT'WWVVWWWWVW TVWWWW BAUM BROS. , Norfolk. Nebr Exclusive Clothing and Cents' Furnishing House. WE beg leave to announce to our Friends and Patrons that the long contemplated change in our business has been accomplished , and we have converted the space occupied previously by our Dry Goods into one of the finest Clothing Rooms in the state , aiid are now in position to show an immense and by far the largest and best Stock of MEN'S , BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS in this city. A Stock Second to None in Northeastern Nebraska for Style , Assortment , Quality and Popular Prices. Our Gents' Furnishing Goods Stock will be a surprise to everyone i > i < when completed. A A SPECIAL FEATURE ! OUR LMDIES' DEPARTMENT. In addi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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