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

2 THE NOKFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , MAY 2 , 1902. W. N. UUHW. PubllHhor. DAILY. KtUbllilinil , IKS7. Rt rr ily itio pt Hnnilnjr. HT rimler i > er w k , ii cenU. II j mall | > ir jcnr , WKKKI.Y NKWH..IOimNAI < , Tin Niw , eitaMUlied. 1KM. Tim Jnnrunl , cnUMMied 117 Every Krlilny , llj moll per year , $1,50. Knturotl nt tlm I'oitolllca nt Norfolk , Nell , , ni ttoonil olnn matter. T l t 1ion ii Killtiirlnl Dpiwrtment , Nn. Z2 | IlQiliieM Olllro nnil Job Room * . No. S22. Republican County Convention. To tlmioiubllcan | I'loclorr of Madltnn county VoUca" i hprehy Klvpn that a republican dolo- cato convention i f Ibe republican eli-ctory of Madlion comity , NelirankH , will be bold at llattlo Crpok , In mid rnnntv and Mat * on tno lib day of May , HOJ , at t o'clock In tbn aflor. noon , tor tbo jmrpono of toloctlliB dnlenalot t lbnitateciinu < iitloii , cmiRrfnloniu convention nml ipimlnrlnl coin mil Ion nnd nlio ( IT tbo inir- tioia of inlvetliiK a new county contrnl commit * l o...

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 — 2 May 1902

THE NORFOL1C NEWS ; FRIDAY , MAY 2. UQ2. ) \ vl .Santa Fc Passenger Train , , Goes Over Embankment , j. . CAUSED BY SPREADING RAILS. California Limited la Running at Rate of SUty-five Miles an Hour and Several Coaches Are Demolished , Fourteen Persons In Hospital. Kookuk , la. , April 30. The Califor nia limited on the Atchtaon , Topeka nnd Snnta Fo road , castbound , was de railed on a curve at Cama , a switch flvo miles west of Mcdlll , Mo. , at G a. in. , wlillo going at a high speed. Flvo persons wore killed and 23 Injured. The killed : Mr. Werthelmer , San Diego , Gal. ; little sou of Henry C. Gates , Auatrallai ; II. Baxter , Chicago , waiter lu dining car ; C. C. Fairbanks , Chicago , waiter in dining car. The following Injured are In < iho hos pital at Fort Madison : Emll Eltcl , Chicago cage ; S. Tenner French , Oak Park , Chicago , slightly bruised ; W. H. Thomas , Newton , Mass. , head cut ; J. F. Davis , Chicago , mall clerk , badly bruised ; William H. Thompson , Chi...

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 — 2 May 1902

THE NOJIFOLK NJEW8 : FRIDAY , MAY 2 , 1002. Wild Panic in a Cigar Factory \ at Philadelphia. i SCORES OF OTHERS INJURED. 'Accident to Janitor nnd False Alarm of Fire Start Mad Rush for the Stairway - way , While Some Hurl Themselves From the Windows. t Philadelphia , May 1. An unfortir.- nto accident to u doiif nnd diinili boy , Imidor Daceus , was directly rc | ion8l. bio for tliu dontli of clslit glrta nnd young wotnun , the fntul Injury of three others nnd thu BorloitB Injury of more than two score of glrta employed In th cigar factory of Hai-burger , Hoinan & Co. , located nt Tenth Btreet iind Washington iivenue. The dead are : Mary Geneva , Helen Tollnl , Elizabeth Tnrllne , Annie Hen- pchnelder , Louise DeScpt , Ida Orcun , Annie Ford , Hannah Do Poult or , Fatally Injured : Mary Mcslno , Jo- pchlne O'ltonco. unidentified woman. The Injuries of the othcrH consist mainly of bruises about the body nnd fractured llmbH. The building In which the disaster 4f > ccurred IB u f...

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 — 2 May 1902

THU N(3RKOL1C ( NFAVS : FRIDAY , MAY 2,1002. Seven Persons Arc Killed at Glcnrosc. FORTY OTHERS ARE INJURED. I One-Third of the Business Houses of 1 the Town Demolished and Many Residences Blown Away Court I House Is Badly Damaged. . Dallas , Tex. , April 29. A tornado passed over Glenrosc , a small town In Somorvlllo county , between 5 and C o'clock last evening , killing seven per sons , Injuring 40 more and demolish ing much property. The dead : Mrs. Curl Milan , 2-year- old daughter of J. U. Milan , Rev. Mr. Ford , pastor of the Methodist church ; Miss Mao Council , boy named Dud- Crovc , Mrs. Sage , ono unknown. One-third of the business houses of the town were demolished. Assist ance has been sent to Glenroso from Morgan , but It will bo morning before anything like definite particulars are obtainable. The most seriously Injured are Mrs. ] Tldwell , Mrs. Baschow , Mr. and Mrs. ' Thomas Trice and baby , Miss Fogg. I I Mr. and Mrs. Shields and Mrs. Lewis of Weatherford. I I The ...

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 — 2 May 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 2,1902. ishcs and potatoes will now bo ohanco , if the frost will lot up. hnpriwalon is created that the of the Moo has been black-balled 3 National Editorial association. lay bo a llttlo late to observe Arbor intitisnot yet too late to show jood Intentions by planting a tree. ) stantlal proof la again offered that i rniu in Nebraska when the mois ts the most needed. It may put on extra flourishes occaMonally , but acrally manages to come. can scarcely bo questioned that ey is the root of all evil when a man Ing the high ollloo of senator will o in a pugilistic controversy with cot car conductor over a faro of five a. nhonld bo an ngrcenblo task for conJ - J to glvo Nebraska what is asked public buildings for , whereas this o IB on the bill for but $525,000 , or states are represented for much ; cr amounts. 'orfolk has considerable reason to re- to. Being hit with an inch and a irter of rnln and an appropriation of 0,000 for a federal building at the ...

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 — 2 May 1902

s THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY/MAY 2 , 1902 , RICE WATER NUTRITIOUS. CurloniVnr Some HrKlih Officer * Discovered Thin Fact. It is probable tlmt few occidental cooks vrho prepare rlco In vnrlous forms for diet nre nwnrc tlmt In dls- cnrdlng the water In which It Is boiled they nrevastlng what Is regarded by the oriental as the most nutritious part of the food. This fnct was curiously j > rovcd some years since when n dc- tnchraent of Europeans nnd nntlvo troops In India found themselves be leaguered In a fort with Insufllclont rn- tlons , even of rice , to enable them to Lold out until a force could march to their relief. It was when the odlccrs were seri ously debating this problem that the natives approached them with what ; was regarded as a curious solution of the dlfllcnlty. If , proposed the latter , the Europeans took all the rice , they , the natives , would bo qnlto content with the water lu which it was boiled. The suggestion. In place of any better , , -was adopted , when ...

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 — 2 May 1902

\ - ' , \ IB' ' \ H I I ' I " C ' 1 ' I * . Plan for Work With the Road Grader. RULES OF HEALTH ADOPTED. Allow Canton Bridge Company ConBOHt tract for Building DridRos This Year Three Bids Received-Bills Allowed. Madison , Nobr. , April ait , IllOaAt I o'clock p. in. Iho board of county comllshi mlRsionerH mot pursuant to adjourncom inont. All members prertnnt , Minutes of last mooting read and on motion np * proved. On motion of Simon J. Klnnigan the following resolution won adopted : That the county grader shall bo , rnn on the following described roadfl in Madison county : First to finish work in Wnrnorvlllo precinct. The rpad rnnolar ning east nnd went , north of flootloiw 20 nnd 27 , in Madison township } > olng two mlloH of road. That thoru shall bo 17 miles of road graded iu Orouu Garden ; Knlnnmzoo and Shell Creole precincts , the above length of road to he npporcon tlonod to each precinct OH vonuuiHfliouor of said district may direct. That ono mile of road running north ...

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 — 2 May 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 2 , 1002 , 0 Norfolk Will Get $100,000 Instead - stead of $75,000. HANDSOME PRESENTOF ; $25,000 Congressmen Propose to Do the Right Thing by This City Thanks ofthe People are Due to Those Re sponsible for the Bill. From Saturday's Dally ! Washington , April 25 W M. Rob ertson , Norfolk , Neb. : Iu the publio building appropriation bill which will bo reported tomorrow , Norfolk gets one hundred thousand dollars. J. 8. Robinson. The foregoing tells Its own story. Norfolk is to have a publio building r costing $100,000 instead of $75,000 , which is the most that had been hoped for by oven the most sanguine. The bill introduced by Congressman Robin- eon only provided for $75,000 , and the amount of the appropriation was raised in the committee on public buildings nnd grounds , of which Congressman Mercer of Omaha is chairman. Norfolk can not but fcol under obligations to Congressman Mercer for the interest ho has taken iu this matter , which It is underst...

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 — 2 May 1902

to TIIK NORFOLK NHVVS : FRIDAY , MAY 2 , 1902 , Republican Congressional Con vention on June 10. THIRD DISTRICT CALL ISSUED. An Enthusiastic Committee Mooting. All Counties But Two Were Repre sented Wakofiold and Scliuylor Also Wanted lto Mooting. From BnluiiU ) ' * Dolly Tlio republican congioHHloiwl committee - too of the Third district wan called to order lixst ovoulng ixt the ollli-o of Mnpos & Ilftzon by Hurt Mapos , ( iHiurnmn , nnd with Scorotnry Jack KoonigHtoln acting In tlmt capacity. Thorn wan a Hplondtd Intercut mid enthusiasm manifest mid the Hontlmont provnllod that tlio aotlon of thlfl couimlttoo l the llmtHtop toward opening n successful campaign for the republican party In the Third district. The prosonoo of the announced candi dates for the nomination pramgoH a flno contoHt for the honor as thorn IH n good tlold roproHontcd. The contoHt for the honor of entertaining the convention was quite spirited and the Hotting of a data for the mooting brought out a warm d...

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 — 2 May 1902

riTE NOUKOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 2 , 1002 11 Perfect Sight a matter of Foresight. Many cases of eye trouble arc averted by early application .of proper lenses. Present neglect means future trouble. DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot at Jauctiou $ IfiO.OO Honeo nud } aero , 3d St 875.00 House nud large barn 4000.00 House , bnru , ncro , 4th St. . . 1300.00 House nt Junction 700.00 Four room house and bnrn 450.00 Loans on Keal Estate Low Kates. T. E. ODIORNE. NOTICE ! The Manufacturers of the new food are sending out cards to enable you to try it at a very low price. Don't throw them away but bring them to us and we will explain how to get it. PARISH M . . . . . , , . . , . > M. . . * * . , . ! , . . . . . , , . J See the new rugs and art squares , the new patterns and special prices on fine carpets just received at JOHN SON'S FURNITURE STORE , Grand opening of fine now furnltul'6 of all kinds , styles and prices about May first. It will pay you to wai...

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 — 2 May 1902

- f' til , 19 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 2 , 1902 , FeeBle Ptflse , paler , fainting , smothering or sinking spells till point in the same diredlion an impaired heart action. A heart that is weak or diseased cannot do full duty and the circulation of the blood is interfered with. There is a medicine that given new strength to the heart , new power to the pulse and puts new color into cheek and lip. "My pulse would jump and bent t a fearful rate and tliou drop almost to a stopping point. I could not rent at. nl lil. , fqct swelled nnd had severe niilnrt in chest. Took Dr. Mllea1 Ilonrt Cure six weeks nnd wan cured. " T. II. JONKS , rittslmrif , Toxtis , D * . Miles' Heafft Gte $ regulates the heart's aclion , while it stimulates the digestive organs to make new , rich , red blood which gives strength to the whole body. Sold by drug gists on n guarantee. Dr. Miles Mcdlcul Co. , V.I' ' August Pribbernow , BLACKSMITH AND WAGON SHOP , llrnincli'Avcnuo , Nou Mlllldnm , A now 4'linrnn...

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 — 16 May 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL. , , , , . NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY MAY 16 1002. 'Suspension in'.Anthracitc Mines Made Permanent. 'MEN ' LISTEN TO NO RESTRAINT Will Fight Mine Ownero to the Bitter End Greatest Labor Struggle In , ' History Is Freely Predicted Hundred - , dred and Forty-five Thousand Idle. Hazloton , Pa. , May 1C. The anthra cite minors In convention lute yesterday - day afternoon decided to continue the trilco of the 145,000 men against the mine owners and to fight it out to the titter end. The matter of calling out the engineers , firemen , and pump run ners will bo decided by the delegates today. The vote to continue the sus pension was as follows : Total vote cast , 811 ; for strike , 40114 ; against strike , 349 % ; majority for strike , The step taken by the miners , after practically considering the matter for two months , has wiped out the uncer tainty of the situation and it is freely predicted that the most serious labor struggle In the history of the countr...

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 — 16 May 1902

THE NOHFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 16 , 1902. * * * t * t * itt * * wt H * * * * t Wt tM ! t BEE HIVE ! BEE HIVE ! > l-H-W H-H-l-H-HrH-H"I-M 1 I'M' have a ยง PEiCIAL SALE during the month of May , which will give you as good WILL bargains as you can get anywhere , including everything in our line. Below you will find a few of ; our prices. White Dress. Goo s , ' ' 45 cent Dotted Swiss will go \ \ : vt 5)5 ) . cent Dotted Swiss will go at. . . 25 cent Dotted Swiss will go ) | ] at MU | ; 35c Lace Striped goods for white OJjn < ; waists will go at LUU { 25c Lace Striped Goods for white waists will go at 5J5c White Persian Lawns will go at. . 25c White Persian Lawns will go at. . Underwear. o Ladies' Colored Vests , regular price 1JJn | 25cwillgoat lub Ladies' and children's Summer Vests in all sizes , regular price 15c , go at. . Lawns and Batiste. Our 25c Batiste ' in blue and pink will go at . Lawns with fancy border , regular price 25c , will go at Figured Dimities , regular pric...

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 — 16 May 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY IG , iiH)2 ) , Former Executive Leaves Hay ti on French Ship. FIRMIN PROCLAIMED PRESIDENT IThlrd Faction May Wrest Power From the Victors Severe Conflicts Waged | In Streets of Port au Prince Entire I Population In Arms. Port nu Prince , May 14. Further fighting occurred In the streets hereafter after midnight. Some of the leaders of the revolution have retired to the United States legation. The situation is very serious. The whole population is armed and Insists on the Immedi ate departure from the country of .former President Sam. Clashes between the partisans of the numerous presidential candidates continue. The followers of General Saint Folx Colin attacked the adher ents of General Defly , the military commander. The firing was severe for about an hour , but so far as known very few wore killed or wounded. General Delly was compelled to evac uate the Hotel do la Place and retreated - treated to the palace , whore ho barri caded himself and his fo...

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 — 16 May 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 16 , 1902. United States Hastens Relief to Island Sufferers. WONT PELEE BTILL IN ERUPTION Bteamer From 8t. Pierre Reports That Lnvn Still Flows Miraculous , Escape of Sole Survivor of the Disaster Blames the Governor. Now York , May 15. The Dixie , ; whlch has on board nhnoat 3,000 toim f supplies for tlio relief of the pco- of the Islaiul of Martinique , out of quarantine liiBt night for Fort do Franco. The vessel also < -nrrloB n number of BiirgeoiiB and nboiit $5,000 worth of medical Blip- jillcB. The Dixie jmflHed out by Sandy JIooU to sea at midnight. Castries , Island of St. Lua'n , May JR. The signal station hero reports that a Inrgo flro was Been InBt night ST. I'ltltlllT , > W1TU MONT 1'ELEIC IN THR DISTANCE. Jn the direction of Kort do Franco , Martinique. The British Btcamcr Savan , Captain Hunter , arrived hero yesterday morning - ing and reports Mont Pclco to bo Btlll 3n eruption. The trend of the How from the volcano Is to the nort...

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 — 16 May 1902

THIS NORFOLK NKWS : FIUDAY , MAY 10 , 1002. American Consul Visits th ( Wrecked City , NOT A HOUSE LEFT ' INTACT fThlrty Thousand Corpseo Strew ' About Site of Destroyed City Tell I Story of the Awful Scenes Whlcl | Met His Gaze. I Fort do Prance , Martinique , May 1" It now seeuiB to bo generally ai ) mlttcd that about 30,000 persona los their lives as the result of the out break of the Mont Poloo volcano Careful Investigation by competon government ofllclals shows that th earlier reports of the Associated Pros .were accurate. Briefly put , last Thursday mornlni the city of St. Plorro dlsappoarec within ton minutes In a whirling ( In vomited from Mont Poleo , 30,000 pet eons wore Instantly and horrlbl ; killed and the volcano , whoso anclen crater for more than 50 years hat been occupied by a quiet lake , li ; whlch picnic parties bathed , suddenl ; discharged a torrent of fiery mud which rolled towards the sea , engulf Ing everything before It. Then tin last of cahlo communication...

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 — 16 May 1902

i THE NORFOLK NEWS : MUDAY , JVIAY 10,1002. , * Thefiorfolk fl The world rejoices with llttlo Jlollnud over the foot thnt their popular young qnoon IB recovering from a tcrlous attack vt sickness. The Sampaou'Sohley controversy is settled M tat M the feeling , lonniblo Journalist R niul orators nro roncoracil , although it i nppnrciit thnt BOIIIO few ol them hnvo MO scruples nbont taking a parting thrust nt n ( lend innu. After rending of the volcano disasters BtMartlnlquo nucl St. Vincent , the earth quake cnlnmlty in Guatemala , aud of the RIIOW storms In Minnesota , Wlscou- uln , Michigan nud Ohio , it in again n pleasure for the bngeaters to Btiuirt up And howl for Nobnxnha. Kstrndn Pnlnin is to bo Inr.uKurntod tomorrow ns the preBldent of the now Onbnn rcpnhllo and the exorcises In honor of the ovimt will bu on n mngnifi * cent piano. Already demonstrations In honor of the new government niul its chief executive nro under way. Andrew Carnegie has given away nenrly f 70OOd,0 <...

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 — 16 May 1902

1 \ THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 10,1902 , r l. Proving His . Manhood By P. Y. BLACK Copyright , 1002 , t > / the 8. 8. McClure Company | The transport was at last ncarlng .Cuba. With a glass ono could make put tlio scattered palms and the dark thills rising behind tlio whlto beach. , On the deck tlio men lounged , only half ( believing that the voyugo was nearly lover. In a corner a group were intent pn n card game. Presently ono of the ihrce sprang up with an angry l ugh. I "Kids for luck ! " ho cried , throwing "down the cards. I "Nobby , " said n lad with the badge f the band on his forage cap , "say , t I can't help It if the cards will come my way. " "Come your wayl I'm only nn Inno cent veteran , with three service stripes , and I can't afford to play with sharks like' ' you. Did you fetch that last ace down your sleeve , or was It hidden un der the blanket ? You're a ulutcb for any. " Young McRafforty , commonly known as "Rones , " looked up , with a glint of I eagerne...

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 — 16 May 1902

I ! ItI I R Til E NORFOLK NI2WS : Fill DAY , MAY 16,1902 , Norfolk Reviewed by Word- Hcrnld Writer. MUCH IS SEEN TO ADMIRE. The Substantial Aspect of tlio City. Finely Appointed Streets , Modern Residences and Fine Business Blocks Churches nnd Schools. The following i the introduction to nn nrtlolo that tilled two ontlro pnKOfl of n recent insuo of the Onmhix Sunday World-Herald : Norfolk , Bitnntod hi the northoiwtorn portion of MiullHOii county in the cantor of n rich farming district , Is ono of , ho ninny monuments to pa h and ontor- prlso which nRtound these unacquainted with the projjroHslvo spirit that ninrlc the provorhhil western hustlor. It IB located on u nightly plntonn at the junotnro of the Kllchorn rlvor with ItH northern brnnoh , the "North Fork" and derives Its name from corruption of the delhiing torniH , north nnd fork. It is impossible to conceive thut but n comparatively few years ago the BOOHO of this thrifty community was nn IBO- Intod spot , uninhabited and g...

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 — 16 May 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 9 , 1002 , Lawns , Flower Beds and Gardens in 'C6mr3'fctition. GIFTS WORTH STRIVING FOR. fmprovtment Committee Offers In ducements to Rc5idcrits of Norfolk to Beautify Their Homes Business Men Contribute Liberally. From Bntnrdny'e Dnlly : The City Improvement committee is very much m earnest in its effort to make Norfolk a better kept town and to that end has arranged to oll'cr various prixes , in which they have received the hearty co-operation of business men. "Wide interest is being taken in this movement and with the support of property owners , Norfolk may be made much more attractive in appearance than it has heretofore been. Tomorrow the ministers will speak of the need of beautifying homes , while the schools will be enlisted in the same cause. Prizes are offered by the committee for the following purposes : 1. Best kept lawn. 2. Best vegetable g rdcn. 8. Best kept flower garden. 1. Best block of lawns and parks. C. Best kept alley in block. 0...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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