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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 18,1902. Vorhapa the latter Imlf of April 1ms tmon WRorvod for those showers which .encourage Mi y flowurn. The democrats of Sioux City think thnt there may perhaps 1)0 ) RotiintlilnK gained by organization and hum deter mined to form n democratic club. If Governor Savage had boon n eco nomlcal with hln pardoning J > o\vor ns ho nlalniB to have boon with the state funds -ho would stand n much bettor chance of flooring the republican nomhmtlon. Among the numerous suggestions of candidates for state ollloo on the repub lican tlokot in the immo of 11. S. Hook of Pierce. The Plainviow llopubllcnii thlhks thnt Mr. Book would Jit Into the state trciiflurer'H cilice nicely. Farmers of Nebraska nro to bo con gratulated In that the condition of winter wheat in thlsstato us dotormluod by the Washington onicials standH at llrnt place. The Nebraska condition is given at Wl with California , and all other states are below that. It would bo fun to have a volum...

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 — 18 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , A1MUL 18 , 1002 , - ' EXPENSIVE DINNERS. * - Two Thnt Were Herted In Delmon * icn'H Old 1'lncc In .NoIT York. I'robnlily tlic most expensive dinner over given nt Delmonlco's old restau rant , on Fourteenth street , New York , was that given by Mr. Morton Pete to the ten nnd coffee merchants of New York , 100 ! In number. It cost ? 'Jr > ,00 ( ) . The rarest wines nnd the most elab orate decorations were mere Incidents. The menu cards were of gold , nnd the guests snt on silk cushions on which their iinmcH were embroidered. In the center of the table was n miniature lake In which swam swims taken from Central park. Clara Louise Kellogg re celved $1,000 for singing two songs nt this fenst and n present besides of a diamond bracelet. The salon wits smothered In Ilowors. Another dinner given at one of the DclmonlcO establishments for ten people ple cost $ -100 a plate. It was luxurious enough to he classical. The waiters , five of them , were dressed as sa...

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 — 18 April 1902

. O THE NORFOLK NI4WS : 18,1002 , EARLY DAYS REVIVED. Old Files of The Journal Reviewed by the Western Editor. Thn April iiiunbor of the Nnurtukn Editor contaiiiR an artlolovliloh IH of local Interest , in Mint l ( ruvolwH iiioin- orlos of plonoor tlixys in Norfolk The nrtioln followB : The Wontorn Kdltor is Uulolito.l to Mr. M. S. Ilnrtlott , nn old titno Nebraska newspaper limn , now a ronl < lent of Wont Superior , Wi , for a big buinllii of lllo of the Neligh Jouriiul , Norfolk Journal mid Oakdalu Journal ( wltli nil of which papers Mr Dnrtlott wan connect oil ) , Bonio of the oopliiH dating Imck to 1671. ThoHO pnpora tire well prlutoil , outer- prising ntul brimming over with court- tlonco in the future of thu portionn of Nebraska which they ropremmt , In particular , nnd the state at largo. Uy request of Mr. Hurtlott UIOHO fllun will bo nt to the State Historical society at Lincoln for prosorvatlou and future roforenco. In ono of the issues of the Norfolk Journnl appciirn a...

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 — 18 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 18 , 1002 , SATURDAY SIFTINGS. Mrs , A. D. Cole has been sick for sev eral days. MUs Ella Barrett wont to Fremont oday to visit friends ever Sunday. Dr. F. G. Walters of Philadelphia is n the city uud will take Dr. F. W. Kits- sau's practice. Miss Rose Fox of the Durlund Sifitorh' millinery store , has been on the sick list for several duys. Henry E. Ryder of this city has no- cepted the position of foreman with the Meadow Orovo Press. Mrs. S. K. Long returned last uight from her visit nt the homo of Mrs. Rob't Peyton of Croighton. Miss Alice Cole left this morning for Tilden , whom she will tench the spring term of school in district No. 24. Rev. nud Mrs. S. A. Drnis of Winsldo returned home yesterday morning , nfter visiting with Mrs. A. D Colo. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ahlman nnd daughter Elsie , went to Pierce today to attend the birthday party of Mr. Ahl- man's brother Fred. F. W. Jnnomau wns over from Mad ison yesterday to visit Mrs. Junouiun and sh...

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 — 18 April 1902

' TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 18 , 1902 , WEDNESDAY WRINKLES , A. P. Reynolds was a oily vlsltbr yes terday from Madison. ' H. F. Harnhardt of Plereo had \mri- ness in Norfolk yesterday , Mrs. W. K. Hlshop was In the Sugar Oity yesterday from Pierce. V. L. Lines and Aug. Claire were dowu from NoHKh yesterday , Mrs. 0.13. Kvaus was a city visitor from Meadow Orovo yesterday. 0. F. Nillson WIIH a viHltor in the motropoll citerday from Randolph. Mrs. D. Q. Nicholson of Madison was the Kiicst of Mr . 0.13. Green yoHtorday. Sheriff J. . Olomonts of Madlnon was RrcethiK his Norfolk frlondH ycntor- day. day.A. A. M. Avorlllo , n stockman from Wlnnldo , was a Norfolk visitor yester day. day.Rev. Rev. J. J. Parker of Kearney in hero this week visiting his son , Dr. 0. S. Parker. Dr. A. H. Corbott of Madison paid ono of his frequent visits to Norfolk yesterday. The Norfolk schools will oloflo for Decoration day , on May 110 , which Is six weeks from next Friday. The Ladles' Aid society...

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 — 18 April 1902

1'JIE NOIU'OLK NEWS : l'HlAY | , Al'KIJL J8 , 1902 , , . . 11 f YourO Head Ache ; Of course h adnches follow drunks , lights , mid 8uuh lilco ; but tbu ma jority of chronic headaches , includ ing periodical Rick headaches , nro caused by defects of thu Eye , nl > though visidn may not bd nfTectod add you may just think you Imvo been taking tuo wrong' medicine { but you will flud if your Eye uro taken care of'properly ' , your trouble will diwupptmr as .if by niuglo. Please don't coine to me if you have no confidence in nib ivml will not fol low my instructions I huvo learned my business and will give yon n reason for everything I tell 1 yduto'dol. OR. MARQUARDT. : 'OPHTHALMOLOGIST , , NORFOLK NEBRASKA. ' GoodJot at Junction $ lbQQ ( ) Ifonso. and acre , 8d St 875.00 House and large , baru 4000.00 Hqnso , barn , > acre , 4th St. . . 1300.00 House at Junction 700.00 Four room house and barn 450.00 L/onus on .Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. PARISH FINE EARLY OHIO SEED POTAT...

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 — 18 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 18 , 1002. Palpi tation , fluttering or irrcpulnr pulsations of weakness tions arc an indication ness of the nerves or muscles of the heart. A weakness long continued produces deformity and organic disease. If your heart aclion is weak , make it strong. Build up the muscles and strengthen the nerves with the greatest of all heart reme dies , Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. "Tho Irnst. exertion or excite- input. onused my huurl ( < > l.hrob . mid pound mid I hud mimUiurliiir B polls , pain ami pulplliiUon. Threu bottles of Dr. Ml leu' lloarb Cura overcame all theno dlslurb- HUCCH mid nnido mo well. " Mus. .T. A , GOUTS , Upper Siiudusky , Ohio. B * . Miles' quiets the nervous heart , regu lates its pulsations and builds up its strength as nothing else can. Sold by druggists on a guarantee. : Dr. Miles Medical Co. . Elkhart. Ind MnH. K. A. llmmrocii MIHH ANNA ( 'Aiinnnnv HITCHCOCK &CARBERRY , DRESSMAKERS , Hootnn ever Durlnnd BUlont' Mlllliiory Store...

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 — 25 April 1902

< ! , . THE NOEFOLE WEEKLY NEWSJOUMAL , , , , , NORFOLK NEBRASKA VR1DAY APRIL 2,3 , 1002 t Orders Injunction Suit Filed in Federal Court. CITES THE ANTITRUST LAW. I - .Feels Satisfied That Illegal Combine Exists Bases His Action Upon Re- , suit of the Recent Inquiry by De partment Suit to Re In Illinois. Washington , April 25. Attorney 'General Knox made the following statement regarding the socallcd beef trust : "On April 4 this department directed , W. A. Day of Washington to cxamlno Into , as far as practicable , the public charges to the effect that a combina tion of the largo meat dealers had been effected contrary to the provisions the laws of the United States. This preliminary examination resulted In In structions to Mr. Day and Mr. Dothea , "United States attorney at Chicago , on April 7 , to prosecute simultaneously In Chicago and the east a more partic ular examination Into the allegations and proofs alleged to exist In support thereof. From their reports I am satis fi...

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 — 25 April 1902

NOliFdLK NEWS-I : < mTJAY , ,25 , , 1902 , 6FNSON Every Department is groaning for more room to show our Immense Stock of New Spring Goods. Visit our store. Ask to be shown any < > < ; ; goods i you arc interested iii. Our stock is so/large many of the popular lines cannot be displayed in the store. < > ; Silks. Our reputation for Hlnclt Dross Silks has become one- of the strongest font urea of our Htoro. No where run our values bo excelled The "Knterpiiso War , i tod" Silks iiro of world-wide reputation. WARFTANT BLACK Si L Send for samples and rompare with any di-alor in the U. S. The Popular Waist Silkc , JMoiro Ami Velours White nnd Hlaclc , Linen Colored Luisor Silk , Wash Silks , Walstiugs , Puoii Velvets , all iciuHng Shades , oto. Wash Gooi'is. "Never , never wore they spAicnntiful , " is a common expression. Style decrees , In favor of those goods as never before hence importers and domestic manufac turers hiVvp.tied thohy utmost skill to rival in produc e...

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 — 25 April 1902

' -.1 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 25 , 1002 , Copious Showers in Different Portions of State , VBOON TO THE'SUFFERING CROPS. Wore Moisture , However , is Needed to Insure Profitable Yield Fierce April Blizzard In North Dakota. Heavy Storms In Wisconsin. TopeUa , Knn. , April 23. The dry spoil in Kantms 1ms been partially broken. A good rain fell ovur the Hock Island line from Belleville to Omaha and over the Clay Center division. In Manhattan yesterday morning it rained hard for two hours , and the crops in that vicinity are looking very well. A light rain fell also over the Herington division of the road. The wind was very high all day , blowing up so much ( lust as to be almost un bearable. The ground Is dry and hard , which makes the outlook for crops Bomcwhat unfavorable , but with the cooling of the temperature and the rain within the present week there will bo a vast improvement. Tornado In Wisconsin. "Milwaukee , April 23. A series of heavy showers throughout Wisconsin ...

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 — 25 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NfcWR : FRIDAY , APRIL 26,1902. Silk Factory Enploycs Resort to Violence , JUANY PERSONS DADLY INJURED. Striken fitorm the EitabllihmentB and Encage In a Series of Running \ Fight * With Police and Plant Man * ' jjera Four Thousand Idle , Patei-Hon , N. J. , April 24. Striking yo helpers yesterday stormed tlio es tablishments thnt wore Btlll runnlnn and by force compelled a complete URnonsInn of business In tliolr trade , They engaged In a series of running fights with tlio police and pliint man- Kors niul lu ono of tlio snvcrcBt UBhos , exchanged a volley of pistol hotn with them. Many persons on either sldo wcro Bovcroly Injured dur- In * the rioting. It wan believed for u tlmo that It would necessary to ask 1ho state for troops to restore order , but tlio police expressed confidence in Ilielr nbllty to handle the situation , and no request for outside aid was nude. Judge Dlxon called tlio grand jury and charged them to Indict the persons guilty of rioting. The conserv...

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 — 25 April 1902

THJi NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , AVRIL 2f , 1002. r Beven Persons Known to Have Been Killed in Oklahoma , NO LET UP IN THE HOT WAVE. IMercury Ranges From 90 to 100 De grees In Kansas and Missouri , While j Minnesota Is Not Left In the Cold. 'Early Crops Damaged. 'Guthrlo , O. T. , April 22. The storm 'In southwestern Oklahoma killed sev en persons. Near Loger , Mrs. James Johnson was killed by a house being blown against a tent she occupied. Contractor Reed and wife of the 'Frlo- co construction corps wore suffocated by a tent falling on thorn. Three- per sons arc reported killed at Mountain Park , and at Lone Peak lightning killed Adolph Foutz. The 'Frisco camp near Lcger was entirely demol ished , all the field notes and profiles being lost. Every building In Hod- rick was leveled to the ground and at Fazton several stores were wrecked. Reaches 90 at St. Paul. St. Paul , April 22. The weather has seldom been so warm in St. Paul during the month of April as it was yesterday. The offici...

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 — 25 April 1902

i THE NORFOLK NEWS : FIUDAY , APRIL 25,1902 , The Norfolk fieuas Some people \vlll BOOH lie willing to pass nn the products of I ho "boot trust. " Strawberry nhortcaku IH looming up largo on the horizon , K Governor Savage still aspires for honors at the hands of the republican pxrty nftor the 18th of Juno , ho might try for roml overseer In his homo pro- olnot. Noting that the Stnntou Picket luifl .seconded the nomination of W. M. Rob ertson of thin city for governor , the Pierce .Call exclaims , "Lot the good work go on 1" The Wausa On/etto nays W. M. Rob- orison IK gnlnlng every day in his candt- dioy for the nomination for governor , It also believes ho will liavo the solid Btippoit of north Nebrntkn. Plcrco .Gall. .Gall.Tho The republican county central noinmlt too bus recommended ( but tliu primaries of that party bo hold not lutor tlnin But unlay , Miiy ! l , which is u week from the coming Saturday , mid to moot tholr request the precinct oommittoomon will bo compelled to mu...

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 — 25 April 1902

, ' T ' U ) THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 25 , 1002. A LESSON IN CHESS. tVhr Wlllle'd I'nim P. ml oil It llt-fore ItVnn HCKIIII. raU'rfninllluH , with a laudable dcnlrc to keen Wllllu at homo nt night , offer ed to tench him to play chess. The boy was delighted , nnd the game began. "Put the little ones , pawns , nil along t'\ the front and the big onea behind , us I ' < < < , " show you. "I think tlmt la cownrdly. The big onea ought to be In front. Mu says" "Oh , but that Is the rule. Now , see- no ; put that rook In the corner. " "Hook ! What's a rook ? " "It Is a kind of bird. " "Well , that ain't a bird. It looks like a castle. " "Call It a castle , then and put the Isnight next" "Why Is that called a knight ? It looks like a horse's head. " "And then the blbhop. " went on pa- tcrfamlllaK , Ignoring the question ; "so , nnd then" "Why Is the bishop's head split In two , pop ? " "Oh , that Is his hat-a cardinal's hat. " "Hut I thought he was a bishop ! " "A cardinal ...

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 — 25 April 1902

I TUB NORFOLK NEWS. At'IllL , FIUDAY 26,1002 , W. T. Campbell , Formerly of Norfolk , In Trouble. DECREE OF DIVORCE SET ASIDE. Dosortcd Wlfo Hnd Objections lo lto Proceedings Wlfo No. 2 Was a Wealthy Wisconsin Widow Campbell - boll Again Disappears. From BntutiU ) ' * Unllyt The Sioux City Journal of yoslordiiy publishes , untlor a Mouroo , Wlncoimiu , ditto Hue , a Hpoolnl rolnltuR to the innt- rimonlnl venture * of W , T. Oiuiiiiboll , formerly OIIKHK < ' < I I" the clffiir niiiuufno * tnriiiR luminous horn in imrtnonthip with Michael Stone , Imvinf ? tholr factory In the old Norfolk Nntjonul 1 tunic building at the coruor of ( Second and Mnln Htroots. IIo was formerly n resident of I'ouon , and married the daughter of John M. Dftvoy , a wealthy land owner of that } ilaco , while woikiiiK an binww man at the union depot in Sioux City In 1BIW. At ono time ho was a momhor of the Sioux Olty noHco force , wan advanced to Horgoant and detective , WBH a ( Iromnu in the Sioux City ...

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 — 25 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 25 , 1902 , SATURDAY SITTINGS. F. O. Duvls was over from Wayu ( estorduy. Miss Scliwcriuo of Plorco was Ehop' plug iu Norfolk today. , O. A. Sohrooder of Humphrey was t Norfolk guest yesterday. Mrs. P. W. Priestly was a Norfoll visitor yesterday from Oukdale. A. N. Gorecko is expected up fron : Omaha tonight to spend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Weber went tc Flaiuviow today to spcqd Sunday w itli friends. Mrs. A. W , Lndd of Albion is visiting with Mrs. W. S. Fox and Mrs. W. II , Hoffman. 1 Mrs. M. D. Foster and Clnmlo and Merle Wills were hero from Madison yesterday. Dr. J , J. Williams and John Kens ! were a couple of Wayne representative * in Norfolk yesterday. Mrs. Hutton , Mrs. Pohlmnu , Mrs , Daly and Mrs. Brady formed a quartet of Pierce ladies iu Norfolk yesterday. The interior of the Oxnanl hotel is be ing improved by a handsome new dress of paper and re-oiling of the woodwork , Prof. M , Ducringj teacher in the Ger man Lutheran parochial sc...

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 — 25 April 1902

\ ( [ W TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , Al'fcIL 25 , 1902. WEDNESDAY WRINKLES , Kurt Mapo" returned yofltorduy from n trip to Omnlm. A. , T. Dnrliiwl nmtlo n bufllmws trip Into Pierce county today. Father Wulidi rotunuvl losl night from n trip to Wont Point. Mrs. II. L. Slownrt nnd dnnghtor of Tlldon wore shopping In tl > o oily yostor- day. day.Rev. Rev. L. W. Scuddor ooiuluotnd ser vices lu the Presbyterian oliuroh ut Laurel Sunday. It Is stated tlmt Mr. JIUIIOH Davoy and MiHit Kmmn Kottil Imvo ROUO to Sioux Olty to 1m united in murrlogo. The homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ludwig KoonigBtoin on North Seventh Htroot is bolng improved by a now dressing of paint. Grand iHland bus boon soU'otod iw the plaeo for holding the stuto high Roliool doolnnmtory oontoat nnd the ditto has boon sot for Friday , May 8l. ! Tlio residence of Judge and Mrs. Ituino Powers nt the ooruor of Ninth ntroot nnd Koouigstoln avenue , IH Iwlng im proved with n froah cent of paint. MrH. Phillips and two daughters who Im...

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 — 25 April 1902

NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 2/5 / , 1002 Perfect Sight a matter of Foresight. Many cases of eye trouble are averted by early application of proper lenses. Present neglect means future trouble. I T I OR , MARQUARDT , . OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Good lot at Juuction $ IfiO.OO House nud > acre , ISd St 875.00 House and large barn 4000.00 House , bnru , % aero , 4th St. . . 1.100.00 House nt Junction 700.00 Four room house nml barn 450.00 Loans on Heal Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. PARISH FINE EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES. ARI See the new rugs and ark squares , the new patterns and special prices on flue carpets just received at JOHN SON'S FURNITURE STORE. Grand opening of fine1 new furniture of all kinds , styles and prices about Mny first. It will pay you to wait and wo guarantee the new styles in chamber suits , sideboards , iron beds , rockers , etc , will excel anything ever before shown in Norfolk. We are securing many genuine bar gains and to make room for them we a...

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 — 25 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 25 , 1002 , Dropsy ; starting in the feet or ankles comes from a weak or diseased j heart a heart that cannot keep up the circulation. The blood then settles in the lower limbs where the watery portions oozc 'out ' into surrounding tissues .causing bloat and swelling. ! Thc heart must be strengthened and built up before the dropsy can be cured to stay ; and the best of all heart medicines is Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. "I hart palpitation , uliortnoRs of brcatli , pain In lion it. , swelling of fcot. ni l nnklt'S. hungry upellij nntl wns confined to mv bed ami cnsy nhtilr. A few lx > tUcH of Dr. Miles'Heart Cure mmlo mowoll. " Miis. 0. Osnoimis , Clyde , O. Dt . Miles' Cure- gives new strength to the heart , regulates the circulation , stimu lates the digestion and restores [ health. Sold by druggists on I n guarantee. I Dr. Mlloa Medical Co. , Elklmrt , Ind. JR. F. G. WALTERS , 1'hysician ' and Surgeon. Siicooodn to the practice nf lr , 1' . W. Kleni...

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 — 2 May 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL , , , , . NORFOLK NEBRASKA I-UIDAY MAY 2 11)02. ) Convention at Los Opens With a Boom. CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENCY. Mrs. Burdctte of California and Mrs. | Denis of New York Are Mentioned. | P. E. O. Delegate Is Turned Down. Debate on Color Line. * i Log Angeles , May 2. The formal opening of the club women's conven tion yesterday morning was markedly brilliant. Hundreds of delegates and visitors packed the Simpson nudltot- lum to the roof , the Interior was embel lished with 60,000 calla lilies and representative American women sat on the platform while the usual happy greetings were exchanged between hostesses and guests. The opening day was otherwise distinguished by two separate questions which would liavo developed Into sensations hud they reached the convention. One of them , which got ns far as the board of directors , had to do with turning down a delegate from a secret society. The other , which concerned the possible unseating of Mrs' , Roberts...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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