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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 March 1902

TUI ? v i\nwfi. SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT ! We wish to say to the people of Norfolk and vicinity , and to our many patrons as well , that our Spring Stock of Shoes are nearly all in , and are open for inspection. Our buyer has care = fully selected the Best Lines Manufactured , and we do not hesitate to say that we have The Best and Host Complete Line of Up = to = Date Footwear Ever Shown. . . . in your city , and an inspection of our stock will convince you of this fact. We are I exclusive agents for the celebrated "Ultra" and "Julia Marlowe" Shoes for women , W. L. Doug = I las and Foot Schulze for men. We also carry the Best Line of Railroad Shoes in the market , "UNION MADE , " and a guaranty with every pair. We want you to come in and see us and give us a chance to show you our goods. If you are afraid to come in Take a Glance at Our Show Window and see a few Snappy Spring Styles , then you will bring your feet in and let us fit them. We can certainly please you. If not satisfied wit...

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 March 1902

I THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 28 , liK)42. Lawyer Convicted of Murder of . Millionaire Rice. UNMOVED BY VERDICT OF JUP.Y. Prisoner's Sister Becomes Hysterical Over the Result Motion for New Trial Will Bo Made When Convicted Man In Arraigned for Sentence. New York , Maroh 27. Albert T. Pat rick , lawyer , was last evening con- .vlcted of the murder on Sept. 28 , 1990 , of the aged millionaire roeluso , Will iam Marsh Rico. The penalty under the Btatuto Is death In the electric chair. A scant tbrco hours of deliber ation at the close ot a trial prolonged ior nine wooka and replete with acn- eatlonal interest , aufllced to onabla the Jury to roach their verdict. The IBBUO of the trial establishes the charge that Patrick conspired with Mr. Rloo's valet , Charles F. Jones , to obtain possession of the accd Texan's estate , estimated at $7,000,000 , and that Jones killed hie employer by the administering of chloroform at the di rect instigation of Patrick. At the olfiso of Recorder ...

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 March 1902

THENOilFOLlt NEWS : FllIDAY , MARCH 28,1902. Provisional Declaration is Made i by Anthracite Miners. TULTIMATUM TO COAL OPERATORS If Final Effort of Civic Federation , Prove Unavalllno United Mine Work ers Will Name Date for Walkout. Expect Strike at Lowell. BhnmoUIn , Pa , , March 25. Unions the offortn of the Civic Federation nro effective with the coal operators It IB snore than likely tlitit a repetition of tlio ntrutjpo of 1900 will occur In tlio anthracite region. In that year 1-10- 000 employes of tlio nnthrnclto mlncB ivoro on strike for nix weeks. Tlio convention yesterday of districts 1 , 7 nd 9 , United Mlno Workers , which districts comprise the entire anthra cite flehl , made n provisional strike declaration , leaving the date to bo do- cldod by the executive boards of the Ihrco districts. This was practically the last official act of the delegates ad the convention adjourned sine die. The adoption of the resolution con taining the ultimatum of the mlno workers was foll...

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 March 1902

) THE NORFOLK NRWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 28,1902. 5 'Coloradoans Avenge Attack on White Woman. I 'DIES PROTESTING INNOCENCE. { Thousands Batter Down Court House Doors at La Junta , Take Man to Square and String Him Up to Elec tric Light Pole. La. Junta , Colo. , March 26. W. H. Wallace , a negro sleeping car porter , was lynched nt 8 o'clock last night in a corner of the court house square , being hanged to an electric light polo by a howling mob of 4,000 people , -J , who had been wildly hunting for him nil day. After the hanging , the body of the negro was riddled with bullets. IWallaco had been kept out of town all day by Sheriff Farr in an attempt to save him from the mob. The pris oner made no resistance to the lynch ing and died protesting his innocence. Mrs. Henrietta H. Miller , a gray- haired woman , aged 67 , going from Los Angeles to Denver , after leaving the Chicago limited train here , aske'd a negro porter whom she met on the station platform where the Denver eleopor was. ...

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 March 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MATICH 28,1902 , Mr. llrynit'fl barn in probably the best .jidvottlsodbarii in the country. If you can't nrrango to plant n tree on JVrbor dny , plant OHO , Imforo or after thnt dny any way plant a tree. The Intent euro in the fnuhlonnblo sot of London is the "fiomorpault1 euro for olwwlty , nnd it is said to bo very effect ive. Captain H. 0. Russell of Schuylcr is Iwlng mentioned by his friends as n suit- nblo candidate for governor on the republican - publican ticket. The Plnlnviow News thinks that FraiiH NolBon of Hnrtlngtflu would make n nplcndtd candidate for Btnto treasurer on the republican ticket. Perhaps , after all , the war in South .Africa is to rcrolvo n ( satisfactory nettle meat without the intervention of Mr. Urynu's democratic party. Colorado is the latest scene of a negro lynching. The south IB not the only locality where the people will toke summary vongoauco on occasions. The St. Louts GIobo-Domoerat thinks it about time that Missouri ...

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 March 1902

THE NORFOLK NUWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 28 , 1002 , ANNIE'S | BIRTHDAY GIFT f A Story of Blackmail and Its Results. The village clock was striking tlio Iiour of 5 one afternoon as Annie Gru- liam stepped out of her trim and com fortable cottage to meet her husband at the gate. She made a pleasant picture for the 'eye to rest upon. Her year of married life had been a very happy one , and never did maiden look more eagerly for her lover than did she for her hus band's return from the distant city , whither he had gone a week ago on business for his employers. Among the few ornaments she wore was a beautifully chased gold bracelet which encircled her left wrist. As her eye caught Its gleam a peaceful smile lit up her sweet face , for It was her husband's gift to her on her last birth day. day.She She stood at the gate and looked down the road In the direction of the small mining village through which her husband must pass on ills way from the station. A man's form came into view on the quiet...

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 March 1902

8 Tl'tE NORFOLK , HP/ITS : FRIDAY , MARCH 28,1902. Cantata of Ruth , the Moabttcss , at Auditorium. A CREDITADLE PRODUCTION , The Second ConRroKntlon.il Chorus Qtvos nn Entertainment before n Large Audlonco Thnt Shows Pains taking Practice , It in probnblo Unit no homo production was over undertaken on qnlto BO olixbo rnto n BQAO ! as was the cantata of Until , the MoabltoBS , which was presented at the Andltorium last evening by the ohoriiB ot the Second OonRrogtxtloiml church , under the porBonnl supervision , of the pastor , llov. Franklin Baker. The outortalntnont was ooinpllmontod with a largo and appreciative andlonco , who wore amazed that HO much perfec tion could bo brought out among aum- tonre , not 0110 of the 5'J persons who took part having over had ixny experience - once on the fttago before. It showed that perseverance and praotloo had boon employed unceasingly during the live months past , in which rohoarsalfl have boon hold twice a week. Mr. linker ban boon the movi...

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 March 1902

MVC I THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAHOII 28 , 1902. 0 SATURDAY SIFTINGS , Mrs. H 11 Dix n of Nellgh visited In Norfolk yesterday. J. L. Boules was n city visitor yester day from Randolph , A. L. Spence was n city visitor over night from Madison. E. H. Jucobsof Onkdalo isa guest at the homo of J. 0. Aid. S. James of Yuuktou , S. D. , was a city visitor yesterday. J. 0. Unas of Wausa was a visitor to this metropolis yesterday. S. O. Onmpboll was a Norfolk visitor today from the county seat. A. J. Borland loft yesterday on a ten- days' business trip to Chicago. Mrs. L. R. Craig and daughter Grace of Pierce wore city vhdtors today. P. S. and E. B. Osborno were in the city from Battle Creek yesterday. The residence of Dr. A. L. Maconibor on North Eighth street has been re- shingled. , J. R. Anderson and family loft today it"1 for Spooner , Wis. , where they go to uiake'their home in future. Boelor Bros , had a large patronage to day during their souvenir sale and kept a large force of ex...

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 March 1902

10 Til 15 NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 28 , 1902. Program for Next Week's Ses sion. 8UDJEGTS TO BE DISCUSSED. Good Music Will bo Furnlsliod Gen eral Sessions In the Auditorium nnd Scctlonnl Meetings nt High School. Lectures of This Session. The following la the proftrftiu of sub jects to bo discussed lit the HOflidon of the North Nebraska Teachers' asHOoiatlou to bo hold in this olty next woulc. Ex cellent muslo hi\H boon provided for the Bosslon whlcli will bo liberally distrib uted among the innin Bubjoots. Local muslolaiiB uudor the dlrootlon of Mrs. Bools , the Coluiiibna High Hohoolorchofl- trn iviul the department of mnsio of the Wnyno nornml flohool will provide the niUBlo. The general BOBBlou Will beheld hold in the Auditorium nnd sectional meetings in the High school building : The volno of pictures nit an aid to lan guage worlc Mien Mnudo Brltton , Wayno. Discussion MlflH Graoo Grovoa , Fremont. Drawing Its disciplinary and prao- tical value MtB3 L. Belle llioo , Stunton....

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 March 1902

NORFOLK JN'EWS ' : KUUU-Y , K/VltCII 28 , 1902 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. 'DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ 1HO.OO House and } acre , 3d St 87d.OO House and largo barn1000.00 House , barn , i aero , 4th St. . . 1300.00 Honso nt Junction 700.00 Four room house and barn150.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. Miss Janet B. Mc- Ausland will serve Walter Baker COCOA i Monday and Tues day , March 31 and April 1. All are cor dially invited. PARISH See the new daylight couches abso lutely the best mncle , most durable couches on sale in the town. Also made IV to your order on five days' notice , in any style , price or quality of coverings yon may desire. We entertain yon with the slick...

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 — 28 March 1902

I.TIIE NORFOLK JTEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 28 , 1002 , ; / etnrting in the feet or nnklcs comes from a weak or diseased henrt a heart that cannot keep up the circulation. The blood then settles in the lower limbs where the watery portions ooze out into surrounding tissues t causing blont nnd swelling. The heart must be strengthened nnd built up before the dropsy can be cured to stay ; and -the best of all heart medicines is Dr. Miles' 'Heart Cure. > "I Imtl palpitation , of brcntl ) , pain Iti heart , swelling of feeL mm luiklos , hungry a pel la nnd was conllncd to my1 owl nnd easy ohulr. A few bottles of Dr- Miles' Heart Ouro made mo well. " Una. Q Osiioiimc , Clyde , O. Dr. Miles' Heart Ctftc gives new strength to the heart , > egulaics : the circulation , stimu-i Jfttcs the digestion nnU restores health. Sold by druggists on a guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co. , Blkhart , lad. For Plumbing , Steam Filling , I'amps ' , Tanlr And nil work lu this line cull on STITT & WHITE. Bh...

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 — 4 April 1902

JU n fff * -si'Hi - ' K K " | r"W"y , > H "W T" ' ' " "t V THE lOKEQiK WEEKLY NEWS ML. ' 'NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL ! , 1002. , Neb State tvJ UILL Measure Goes Through With ; Majority of Eight Votes. DIFFERS FROM THE HOUSE DILL. " .Colored Product Will Carry a Tax of I .Ten 'Cents ' Per Pound and the UnColored - Colored Article a Quarter of Cent. Subject to State Regulation. "Washington , April 4. At the conclu- 'Eton of a lively debate yesterday , the senate passed the oleomargarine bill by a vote of 39 to' 31. The discussion was largely lu the nature 'ot a rein forcement of arguments previously advanced. Spooner ( Wls. ) made the principal speech , maintaining that con gress had ample authority to enact the proposed legislation , because it was In the Interest o ? the people , In an earn est protest against the measure , Vest jMo. ) held that congress was invading the powers of the states. Scott ( W. iVa. ) moved to recommit the measures , to.the committee , -holding ...

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 — 4 April 1902

t'j THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 4 , 1902 , The flotff oik j4euus W. N. UUBB. Publlflbor. DAILY. IbtnMlitKHt , 1S.17 , Krerr day o f i > t Hominy. lly mttlnr nor w ok , IS conU. lly mull tinryenr , ffl.CO. WKKKI.Y NKWH-ilOUllNAli , Th N wi , iUMIlim > , 1HNI. Tlin Jnnrnnl , nitnbllMiml 1877 Frldny. lly mull pop our , tl.M. Kntoreil nt tlin I'oMollleo nt NorfolV , Noli , , ru coiul clnti nmltor. T l nlionon t IMItorlnl Dcjimrtmniit , No. ! 2 | llndmMR Olllca nuil Job fioomi. No. 82Z. Tlio Danes deny positively that Christ- had imy olllolnl commotion with that Inland purchase deal. Ho inndo n grand atniul play Mid created not n Httlo oxoitomont , nevertheless. Senator .Toiioa will bettor realize now how it imiflt have felt to the gentleman whoso cnuRO ho championed during the recent presidential campaign when the returns indicated that the people's oholco WAS not OH ho thought it should bo. ThoHO who Imvo noted tlio bonollt of American pnultntlon In the doorcnao of illKcoso...

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 — 4 April 1902

/ 1 * / I if THE NORFOLK NEWS : IM1DAY , APRIL -1,1002. License Element at Lincoln Wins by Margin of 62. CLOSE CALL FOR THE SALOONS. Prohibitionists Will Demand a Re count Wet or Dry the Issue In 1 Many Municipalities Only a Few Vote Absolutely for No Barrooms. Omnhn , April 2. Many cities In No- 'branka hold municipal elections yes terday. Lincoln hud a cloao call from going dry after a hot contest by the Prohibitionists , license carrying the city by only 62 votes. Beatrice , Crclgh- ton , Holdrogo , Stromsburg and Syra cuse voted for high license by only r1 one majority. Indlanola has a license council , but an anti-license mayor. Norfolk , Gothenburg , Alma , Carroll , Elm Creek and Oseoolayent wot. Lyons goes wet after one senson of drought. Tekamah goes for license by only 5 majority. Tecumseh , Adams , Bellwopd and Lexington are dry. Broken Dow enters upon upon Its third untl-llccnso year. Nelson voted for no license , but the council is for license by a majority of one , due...

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 — 4 April 1902

' 'I ' vl THR NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. APRIL d. 1902. Starters in Grand American Handicap Number 456. FORMER CHAMPIONS ARE LOSERS Phances Are In Favor of New Man Capturlno the Trophy Elliott , Gil bert and Crosby Make Straight Scores and Their Shooting Is Feature Kansas City , April 3. With 403 entries - tries and 450 actual starters , the Grand American handicap opened ut Hluo River park yesterday morning and at the end of the duy 143 wing- rhots had n straight score of eight birds. There will be eight rounds * ach dny until the list of wllhdtawnls makes It possible to shoot moro. If tlioro nro two or moro men with a straight score aflor Ihe 25th round , the high guns will shoot off to docldo the race. Perfect weather again nmrkcd the sport and a great crowd of specta tors was attracted to the park. The best of the birds had been saved for the Grand American nnd the great number of hard flyers released yester day ruined the chances of many of the celebrities. At the end of the eighth...

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 — 4 April 1902

THJi NORFOLK NEWS : FIUIUY , AVR1L ' 1,1002. .Disaster in Nelson Colliery at Dayton , Ter.n. TWENTY-TWO LIVES ARE LOST , . .List of Dead May Go Still Higher Pre mature Blast Causes Trouble Care- I less Firemen Touch It Off Before i * Men Have Left Mine. ' Chattanooga , Tunn. , April 1. An explosion of gus in the Nelson inino at Dayton yesterday afternoon Ignited the dry coal dust iu the inlnu and caused a terrific explosion. Twenty- two men are known to be dead. Twelve bodies are still lu the mluo. The dead : Lark iltintnr , Alex Tat- for , James Franklin , John llarncy , Tom Shaver , James Harris , P. Q. Tru- vis , all white ; George Grlfllss , Den Grimss , Heese Dean , Norrls IMersoll , Morgan Smith , John Robinson , J. E. 11111 , Dryant Smith , Mack Foust , all colored , and six others , names un known. W. T. Head Is fatally Injured. Gas exists in the Nelson mine and the men are required to use safety lamps. It Is the rule of the company for the mliiers to place their fuses ready...

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 — 4 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 4,1902 , The flottf oik flccxis The spring poets Inok tlio necessary inspiration , aiiyvvny. Thin is cortululy no Joke on the con dealer * it IH on thu ether The KniipuH populists propose to RO it uloiui nnd will immo u ntnto ticket it Juno. John I ) . Hiwkoll of Wnkuiluld IH pale to Ito nnothur aspirant for the republi can nomination for Kovornor , A good ninny municipal candidate will think hy tonight thnt they are th greatest April fool joktw of thu season. Now thnt thu municipal campaign ivro ever the politicians can devote inoro attention to the nltlmato disposition o Governor Savage , .Too Hartley and thol II 1 friends. The immo of that follow , OhrlfltnmH 1ms certainly bon oiranlntliiR too freely during the pant few lnyB. The woatho JtnowB hut ono thlnn to do when thought .of Ohritttinari uro popular. It la Btatod that Now Yorkers nr planning to cornur the corn niarkot. I would Hi'om that in view of the llgh crop of that cereal grown last yea...

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 — 4 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL , 1002. MAKING BONELESS HAMS , IforiRckcriicrN Maj Do It UN Well it * it Little though one may think , the process ot nwklng a bom-loss limn Is quite 11 tine nit and one that requires no snwll ilpjneo of skill In the under taking. In fact , It IB not every one who ean "bone" u hnni successfully. In the event a housekeeper unfamiliar with the ait of tcmovlng the bone from hams were to undertake the Job ehe would he almost certain to begin opeiatlons by niHt of all splitting the limn open and endeau > rlng to carve out the bone by cutting mound It. The re- milt would be failure and \e.\atlon of the worst soit , to nay nothing of a ruin- wl ham. The proper way to remove the bone would ne\er suggest Itself to the a\eiage housekeeper. The operator stands the ham on end ngalnst a Mipportlng block and pro- tccds to cane mound the bone from one end as deep aa It IB possible for him to run his hand and knife down Into the llcsli and around the bone. Havin...

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 — 4 April 1902

8 TU U NORFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY , APHIL 4,1902. D. J. Kocnigstcin Rc-Choscn for Mayor. HE WAS GIVEN A CLOSE RACE. His Brother , dnck , Almost Secured tlio Honor Results on Ro-Eloctcd Candidates Compared With Previ ous Yonrs. J'rom WeiliiPBilnr'i Dally. Mayor. I > . > l. Komilgitoln Cltyclork i 8. It. MoKnrlniul Troniuror Carl Wlliln Kujtnwr W. II. l.o\vn I'ollcrt Judge H. W , llnjiw Oonnotlmnn , 1'lrit wardnnnst llriimiiitinil Councilman , Boconil wnnl Curl fcuolow Councilman , Third ward M. D.Tylnr Council , Fourth wind J > C. Hpoltinnii Mnmbnr > ohool twnird Fioil Koorlwr Mamlior Kcliool bonril Dr. IMI.Hnltnr Whllo the full oity Ivnto wan by no immiiH ronroRontoil at thu olootion liold yoHtordny there was n fair vote ( jelled and n uront deal of interest wnn taken in the outoouio by many of the oitiitaiiB. It la nppnnmt from the returns Unit but llttlo hood was paid to party politic * by thu olootorH. AH IB UHiial to Norfolk olootions party pollticHwasfiubonliuatod to q...

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 — 4 April 1902

h THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AI'IUL I , 1002. SATURDAY SITTINGS. Victor I'uttoraou is on thoslck list. Miss Wilkinson is a city visitor from erco today. A. T. Reynolds was hero yesterday oin Madison. Best TitTon of Creightou was a city vlfiitor yesterday. Glnronco Johnson of Wausa was a city visitor ever night. Mrs. Thomas of Oroighton is a visitor in Norfolk today. II. E. Hardy returned from his busl- trip to Omaha laat night. Mrs. O. W. Tiirbol wns a city visitor yesterday from Croightou. .7. II. Cribbos was down from Battle Crook yesterday on business. Mrs. W. H. Huggs of Pierce was shopping in the city yesterday. Rov. Mr. Dnhlof Omaha was the guest of Rev. J. P. Maellor Thursday. T. E. Swongol of Plaiuviow had busi ness in the metropolis yesterday. Miss Anna Rhuolow of Pierce is visit ing with her brother in this city. Miss Ella Mason and Miss Ruth Tawnoy were in Norfolk from Pierce yesterday. Editor P. E. Martin of the Battle Creek Enterprise was in the city today on business....

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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