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TIIK NOKFM1J < M < ; WS- FRIDAY , ( ) ( TO UKII 2,5 , ! JK)1 )
THE JO SON DRY GOODS COMPANY.
OUR MAMMOTH FALL STOCK NOW READY.
rK stock is iilwnys LAIUK ! , hut never wn.s every nopartincnt , . o jaminnd with now goods as now. Our store , as is well known , is a1 ways a busy one , but never was the BIG
O STOKM so like a boo hive from morning to ni hl. as now. Prices arc Low and Styles tnoro stnpleand pleasing than for years. Expressions ere frequent , "How nice an article
for the price ! " This is our study , our labor , our life. To see HOW ( iOOI ) Wli CAN GIVE YOU FOR THE I'KICE. Our customer's interest is our interest and welfare.
Our most sincere olTorts.arc to serve you WELL ! Wo earnestly request you to visit our store and thoroughly inspect its values in every Department.
CLOAKS AND SUITS.
\Vo Spent tlimi woekH In Nnw York , buying
our fall Htock and out ) wet k wan np nt among
clonk uianufactun'rH. buying for ca li , the best
li" of garnientH tver Hhuwn in NortheiiHtorn
S7 inch nnd12 inch , the two correct longthfi in
Ladictt' Coatn , in the latent and niont Htylibh designs -
signs , p odncnrt at from $5.00 to $25.00-
Liidien' Tailored Suits , $8.00 to $20.00.
Children's and Minsi's' Clonks from $1.00 to
Vlnit this department 1 Get our prices 1 You
will be pleased nnd profited.
10 rows stitching , -flounces , $5.00. It is SPE
CIAL Hiinmln. Others in Oxfords nnd Blacks ,
$3.00 to $10.00 that will impress their extraor
dinary value upon you.
UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY.
Values that you will not find eUowhero. Wo want you to see them.
The bet-t Men's Wool Fleeced Shirts and Drawees in Nebraska for 50c.
regular 75o value. Women's , 25c to $1.00 Union Suits , 50c to
$2.50. in gray , black , or whito. Children's , many kinds and gradis in
The Norfolk Netus
N. tiUbh , fubllabur.
Every day oicopi Sunday. Hy cnrrlor i > or
week , IS cmite. ly ! mail i > ui jour , * 6.00.
WKKKI.Y Ni\VS-.JOUUNAU :
In Vews , oetiili Uhod. IVSi.
Tlio Juunml , established 1M7.
Kvery Friday , Hy mull par 5 our , $1.50 ,
Entered nt tlia Postotllce lit Norfolk , Nob. KB
oc md clnn mnttor ,
T laphone : Kdltnriiil Dmmrtment , No. S ;
Uuilueee Olllco nuil Jou Itoomn , No. 32 ! .
For Judffp of tlio Supreme Court
B. II. BKIKIWICK Vork
Fur Rrgeutt of ihe Slnte CnUerttty
C. J.hiiNRT Lincoln
. C. CALKINH Kearney
For ronntr treasurer H. C. Mll.Kft
Pciroonut ) clerk Vint. HAITII
For count ) Jndce JrimK M. J. Mouit :
Fur comity eujieilnt'iident. . . J II HAIIM-.K , ] r ,
F r > herllT J.J ' I.I-.MKMS
Fnrcoa t > surveyor W. M. Low is
For count ) c"rouo Dll D 11. McM.UUN
For count ) commlftloror . JAH ltohi.noiouin ;
For Anchor H. 0. HltfKOOKMAN
For JueUcenuf the Pence S. * > . UAMI.M
C F. Kisi.i.h\
For CoDBtnblcB J. M. i oEKT
W. H , LIMNOSTOX
For Hoiul Cherseeru
1) hi. So. I , KllJkUST IIOI.DT
Ulol. No. NV . HAASCII
Helt conuty has four tickets in the
field republican , democrat , peoples in
dependent and prohibition. It is small
wonder that the campaign there u >
It is stated that Czolgos/ will pay the
penalty for murdering President McKin-
( ft y next Tuebday uioruiug at 7 o'clock.
If all anarchy and all murderous desires
in the country could go out with his life
what a fine thing it would be. It is to
bo hoped that it will prevent many fr m
living his life.
Mr. Bryan proposes to swing No-
brttbku buck in hue if he can do so by
personal campaigning and will devotu
his time to this btate from now until
clectiuu. If he is us cuccssful as ho is
baid to have been in Iowa it may be ex
pected thai thu republican majority will
l u materially increased.
The Third Baptist church of OWOUB-
boro. Kent , cky , while looking after the
spiritual wtltaro of its members , pro-
pooi. & to b" paid fordoing so in a now
uiut uutn amuuer. The church has re-
ceutlj iu-urod the lives of twenty of it
y juug men and will p.i > ' i .
In the event of the dr. .
i .Mire'l the amount 11 i _ . , . . j ev > .
the churoh. If the now tehemo comes
into nencral tisnge it may bo expected
that the church soolablo will bo partially
retired ns a means of raising money for
The situation confronting the vege
tarian may nu ccssarily bo considered
quite grave when it is known that
Miuath are imported from Wisconsin
and that proprietors of the canning fac
tories report that canned tomatoes and
catsup will IKS a decidt dly minus quan
tity this winter. Fortunately there
was a good wheat crop aud Hour has not
yet gone "out of sight" and thf
people may live If they have the price ,
and most of them have thirt in this pros
[ > erous ra. This situation does not
confront Nebraska alouo , but most of
the states of the middle wcet are wres
tling with the same condition.
The fusiouists are desperate aud will
swing Nebraska from its stand for re
publican prosperity if they can do so
It will stand the republicans in hand to
meet their assault with vigor and keep
the state in line with national policies.
They have a good ticket to light for aud
all should bo awake and uetive. The
fusloni'-ts are preparing to celobnue
their victory , if they secure one , us a
protest against national policies and as
an eudorbunumt of Mr. Bryan and' the
policies ho represents. Their anxiety to
weave Hartley into the campaign is indicative
dicativo of desperation. They lack
campaign material aud anything , from
events that are past to idlu prophecies as
to the future , will be employed with
vigor. Anything to confuse the voter
and detract from the popularity ol
Judge Sedgwii k will bo worked without
Now that Hon. Emilo Aguinaldo ,
former deuico a' c c n i 'a o for dictator
of the Philippines , hus branded as a lie
that the old campaign story about
Dewey and Wildiuaa going back on an
agreement made with him and w Inch
was used exhaustively last year , it is to
bo presumed that the anti-imperial or
ators and editors will present their profoundest -
foundest apologies to the American
p-'oplo. It was a lliuisy tort of a make
shift at best to question the truth and
veracity of one of America's foremost
sea fighters and a leading diplomat am
attempt to believe and make the people
believe that America's greatest enemy
In recent years was the only living ex
poneut of truth aud liberty , but the exi
gencies of the campaign probably of
fpred an excuse that was passable
however , that the truth is known
. smoke of conllict has clearec
. . . mi apology and a resolve never to
. . . .t tvnin would be v ry proper.
TliiH IP thw tlmo of yenr for a
black Silk drehn. Our "Kim r-
prtho" bluok Silks urn every
yard warranted. W buy
them in full pipcCH of the
manufacturerand ! better valno
lit the price i iintiot ho found in
Aninricn. All we ask in , bring
your NivtiiplcH and coinpuru vul-
HOB , TnlTt ttas , IVim DC S' in ,
Satin Duclii-HH , $1.00 , $1.25 ,
Chcain r SilkH in nil colors
DRESS ( lO'iDS ,
StyleH nro rich , mife and dur-
alilo. Pliiin floods i * the fabric
for thn HCIIHI n.Vu could not
neiir tell hero all about our big
Htoek. Prunella clothe , Bimki-t
Wenvcfi , Shark Skin , Arninres ,
SoliclH in airav of cnlorH and
prici'H , 60o to $2.50 a yard
\Ynlkinir Skirt , clotliH in
I'ovortH , BrondclotliH , Mi'ltotm ,
KorM'v etc , 50c m l $2.50 n
yd. Velvet * in ( JORDUROl so
very popular for waibtH.stripeH.
The Carpet Stock of North
Prices ns low as the largest City in America.
Any one who will intelligently investigate , can
prove it. Linoleums 8-1 , 10-1 , 12-1 in stock. We
ninko Shades to order , to fit auy wiudow. 0x12
AxmiuBter or Wilton Velvet Rugs in Stock.
We invite yon to our store. Shop wtih us freely and
we will appreciate your purchases whether large or
small. Let MERIT of Prices and Quality guide you
Johnson Dry Goods Co ,
MILLARD GREEN ,
DRRY and TRANSFER LINE
Piano Moving a Specialty.
'Phono 58. Calls Promptly Answered.
WHEN YOU WANT A (2001) (
SHAVE or BATH
W , 0 , Hall'8 Barber Shop ,
MAIN AT. . THIIID DOOB KAHT OK FOURTH
OF OMAHA ,
will remain in Norfolk daring
the wlutor eeaton.
for all occnulone.
A LAGROTTA , MAN. NORFOLK. NEB
L. L. REMBE ,
and Steam Fitter.
Agency for the Myers Force an'
Wind Mill Pumps.
Satisfaction Guaranteed on all WorV
First donr West of Post Office
Sale and -
Horses Bought and Sold on
Brassch Avenue I
nd Third Si.
* ' " " -
R AUNES & TYLER , i J. H. narnee
0 J M. D. Tyler
Attorneys nt Law ,
Norfolk , . . - Nebra la
JJR. ) H. T. HOLDEN
Homeopathic I'hvMcInn and Snrgeoi
Otllco , CltlteiiB National Rank Haildlng.
Telephone 101 ,
Sanitarium aud Hetidonce , Main and 13th Si
Norfolk , - - Nebraska
. J- COLE ,
Ofllce over Cltiten'e National Dank. Retld no >
one block north nf congregational clinrch.
Norfolk , Nebraskt
] yISS MARY SHELLEY
Dp etalre In Cotton block , over Bnnm'i itort
Firet-clafu work KUaniutetnl
Norfolk , - Nebrask
] yRS. SADIE HART MILLER.
Roome ONcr'Hnjct' Jewelry House. NorfoU
pOWERS & HAYS ,
Attorneys nt Lnw.
Roome 10,11 and 13 , Uaet block.
Norfolk - Nebraski
gESSIONS & BELL ,
UniUrtnkerK nnd Einbalnier * ,
Seeeione Hlk , , Norfolk Ave ,
Norfolk , - Nebraskt
DR. IN. J. HOA6LAND ,
OIHce Room * , i end 3 , Bishop Block.
Dlfcaeep , both ncnte nnd chronic , tuccpitful *
ly trented without thu nto of driiKS or Lnife , 1
will boiiesUted in my olllce by myifu , Stolln
HonKlnnd , All culls promptly uueucred nt
jour residence or nt my ollice.
Office Hours :
oootnnnna : : m , i'to : to 4130 p. m.
MRS. H. H. HULL
TEI.FPITONF. No. 447.
on . . . Ninth S
FURS ! FURS ! ! FURS ! ! !
Over f)0 Styles.
Victorincs , etc. ,
from $2.00 , to Sots Muff nnd Scarf ,
$35.00 nnd $45.00.
Capes , Jackets ,
Children's Sets ,
Muffs , Etc.
Silk Waists in the very new Creations
$3.00 to V7.50.
Fliimiol Winwts from Now York de-
eiKiim , , $1.00 to $3.50.
Bean'ifnl Einloi.inerert Waist Put-
tenib , $3.00 to $6.50.
MONEY SAVING PRICES
Warm Lined Shoes.
Get our prices on
Bargains unparalleled nt $1.00 , $1.25 , 1.50. $1.75 , $2.00 , $2.50
$3.00 and $3.50. Iluflled , pleted , flounced look like bilk.
FLANNELETTE NIGHT GOWNS.
Neatly trimmed , soft ilcrcy outings , 50c , 75c , $1.00 , $1.25 , $1.50.
Men's full sized. 50c , 75c and $1.00.
Lnco Curtains , Portieres , Blankets , BK ! Comforts , ready made Sheets
and Pillow Cases , Marseilles Quilts , special values this fall.
( W. H. BUCHOLZ. President.
Norfolk JALEXANUEH HEAR vice Preeid m.
( E. W. ZUTZ , Cathier.
OLDEST ESTABLISHED BANKING BUSINESS IN NORTHEAST NEBRASKA
Capital , $100,000.00
Surplus , $20,000.00
Does a General Banking Business.
Buys and Sells Exchange.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Draftb and Money Orders Sold on any Point in Europe
A General Steamship and Foreign Passage business Transacted.
4. 8EAH , F. P. HANLON. F. J. HAiiE , W. H. BCPHOCZ , WM.
K.A. HAINIIOLT. B.8. COTTON
C. W. BRAASCH ,
- DEALER IN
Exclusive agent lor the Celebrated Sweetwater Rock Spring Coal the
best tn the market.
Scranton Hard Coal in all sizes. TELEPHONE tti.
SDGflR CITY GEREflL MILI&
nanufacturers of the
Bon Ton and Sun-Shine Flours.
Tlio lending linkers of the . Stnto uio It nnd Fi/or\r
the best grocers handle it. C-VCiy
James Richards , M. D
And Expert Refrac
. , Uonist ,
* -rf ? * ' Examination of tlio eyes
FREE to patlentB mid imtrnne. Olllce UOi
Kuril a in St. . Onuilm. opixiuite Pnxton Hotel.
J.C. YOCUM ,
RESIDENT PIANO TUNER
Ofllce with J D. Sturgeon ,
NOHFOtK. - -
M. E. SPAULDINC
. . , ,
FLOUR , - FEED ,
TELEPHONE : ; NO. 88 , .
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