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About The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1901)
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I AM DETERniNED TO GO OUT OF BUSINESS
And Will Sell Everything in My Store at
This is no "HOODOO , " but a BONA FIDE SALE.
I am disposing of all my property in and around Norfolk , and shall remove
from the city. For this reason I am making a
GENUINE SKL.E. \
My stock is clean and well selected. A large proportion of it is NEW
GOODS , but all must go , WITHOUT RESERVE. ALL GOODS SOLD FOR CASH. s
THIS IS YOUR BEST CHANCE
to buy Men's and Boy's Suits and Overcoats , Underwear , Shirts' , Hats , Caps and Mittens , and in fact , everything
usually carried in a First = CIass Clothing Store , CHEAPER than you ever bought them before in Norfolk. COME
EARLY and see for yourselves that , . * , . . ' - , , ,
I MEHN BUSINESS.
r N WIDEI CLOTHING STOR \
E. B. KENYON , Proprietor. NORFOLK ,
W. N. HU8E. Publlalior.
Kvonr day oicopt Sntuhiy. Ily carrier per
week , IS ceute , By mall per j oar , (11.00.
LY NiWS-.lOUUNAI. .
bo News , established , 1881.
The Jonrnnl , established 1877.
Kvory Friday. Ily mall per j onr , $1.00.
Kntared nt the I'ostolllco lit Norfolk , Nob. , as
eocond class mutter.
Telephones : Kditorlnl Department , No. 22 ;
Uuiiuesi OHloa nnd Job Rooms. No. 322.
A Rhode Island scientist has dis
covered that ho can produce n light
without bent from decayed moat , but
phew 1 tbp common people with common
nerves will prefer to oudaro the beat of
the ordinary light. '
London otlioinls hnvo prevented the
anarchists of the world's metropolis
from holding a mooting to "commemo-
rate the legal mnrdor of the Chicago
anarchists. " The London authorities
are to bo commended for their notion.
The Billy nonsense of those silly people
hould be suppressed.
Bbc should have known better than to
ran the risk of having himself and Daily
Drift reduced to diminutive segments by
Miss Gregg with n houseful of syinpa-
ithirors. The poor man should hav6 in
sisted on n slight advantage instead of
permitting the other side to have it all.
Ho no doubt wont down with "flying
colors , " however.
John D. Rockefeller is the latest to
declare that wealth does not moan hap
finest ) , but like the assertion that mar
riage is n failure each individual man
and woman wants to judge for them
solves. People will continue to seek
wealth and got married as long ns the
hnman family exists and all the advice
given by those ripe with experience cannot -
not change it.
Government oflloials have just com
pleted a test of a new dynamite gun
that is to be used to defend New York
harbor. It Is expected that it will blow
any hostile warship clear out of the
water and that it will bo practically im
possible for a foreign navy to approach
near euoogh to Now York to do the
elightost damage to that city or any
others along the coast.
The Nebraska Independent says tha
every republican city in the union win
ita elections by ballot box stuffing. It is
each silly and wholesale accusations as
these that are operating against the
party which the Independent endeavors
to represent. A little regard for truth
and HPUSO would bo n good foundation
for independent papers to work on in
rebuilding their party. The people can
not bo fooled all the time.
The Fremont Herald is one of the few
democratic papers that has for a long
line hold a very reasonable view of the
tolitical situation. In summing up the
osultn of the late election it says : The
oturus teach some lo-sons and "ono of
horn is that fusion was no help to the
icket this year whore the losses wore
east there was no fusion. There is no
use shutting our eyes to this fact and it
may bo of value in future reckoning. "
Mike Roonoy was n Norfolk visitor
The Gorman mixed singing choir had
a fun party nt Fred Fuerht's , near town
Peter Zimmerman is putting n brick
'emulation under his dwelling in High-
and park'this week.
J. D. Taylor departed Wednesday for
Fnllorton , Mo. , whore he has a position
n n hospital nt that place.
John Magner has bought three acres
of ground in Highland park and intends
o put up n nice dwelling.
The citizens of Battle.Croek had a tele
phone meeting Saturday and it was do-
idod to put In n private telephfcuo
J , W. Dnuner has started n billiard
and pool hall in the valley bank block
above Goo. Ziminorinaun's shoe nnd
Sunday holy communion services will
bo hold at the Lutheran church and a
collection will bo taken up for the Luth
eran congregation at Hastings.
Manager Spear does not often allow
the Auditorium to be open to two first
class attractions'within three nights of
each other but next week he will moke
an exception of the rule , having made n
telegraphic contract for Lincoln J.
Carter's now melodrama "Tho Eleventh
Hour" for next Tuesday evening , this
stand being necessary to a successful
jump from Omaha to Sioux City with
out losing a night. Herrmann the
Great follows and the theatre goltig
public will readily ngree that both nt
tractions deserve n full house. Carter's
company carries nil their own scenery
nud is one of the most successful of the
10 or 13 companies managed by that
gentleman. ' ' Among his other scenic
productions nre the "Fnst Mail" nnd
"Remember the Maine. "
Madison County Teachers.
Program of the fourth general moot
ing of Madison county teachers at Bat
tle Creek. November , a ! ! , 1001 , at 1 p.
Music Instrumental solo , Mrs. Mon-
Paper Manners nnd Morals.Gortrudo
Wade ; discussion , Lotio Kuesol , Mnttio
Simmons and Minnio'Rooves.
Music Vocal duct , Misses Minnie
Zimmerman nud Nellie Craig.
Paper Unseen forces in the Dovel-
opomout of Character , Idollo Taylor ;
discussion , Susan B. Diusmoro , Mollie
Taylor , Lucy Williams.
Recitation Stella Willborger.
Paper Some Educational Shams ,
Supt. R. G. Mossmau ; discussion , Prin.
O. A. Preston , Supt. D. 0. O'Connor ,
Music solo , Mrs. Edwnrd Tanner.
Paper What Should bo the Teachers
Supreme Aim , Prin. Goo. W. White ;
discussion , Mollie Bush and Elsie Sim
Music Solo , Mnbollo Richardson.
Recitation The Black Horse nud His
Rider , Bertie Funk.
Discipline General discussion , Hattie
Mayhow , 'Mary1 O. Crooks , Norella
Funk , Anna Shipley , Bertha Richard-
sou , D. "W. Hanlon , Gertrude Ryan ,
Prin. Oman Bishop,1 Supfc O : W. Crurn
and Jnliu Stafford.
Tench'ors will assemble at the High
school building at 11 n. m.
Choice veal 10 cents n pound nt Palace
Relief for StoutJWomen.
The "Nemo Self-Reducing" is the
only corset for stout women that posi
tively reduces the abdomen , relieves
those who are physically weak , gives n
graceful figure nud assures n perfect fit
ting dress. All this is accomplished by
the "Self-Bedncing idea "
, a now
method of adjusting.
See exhibit in south show window.
See the 50 cents pleated satin belts wo
nre selling for 25 cents.
Mus. J. BENSON ,
South 10th street ,
Omaha , Nebr.
The complete service of "Tho Ohio-
ogn-Portland Special" via Union Pacific ,
enables passengers to reach the princi
pal cities between the north and Paciflo
coast and Missouri river not only in the
shortest possible space of time , but also
in the most comfortable and enjoyable
manner. The dining cars on this train
are stocked with the best the market
affords. All meals served n la carte.
THE NEWS keeps its job department
up-to-date with the latest faces of type
and does its work in approved style.
I MEAN You.
No difference who or
where you are that
don't cut any figure.
All we care about is
to know w h e t h e r
you are figuring on
buying any lumber
or building material.
Tf you are , we want
to say to you , "Don't
make the mistake of
buying before you
get our prices. "
Our stock includes
everything in high-
grade lumber and
building mate rial ,
and we can make
attractive prices on
whatever you want.
i : LOUIS 0. MITTELSTADT ,
: : ( lumber Dealer ,
NORFOLK , - - NEBRASKA.
J.C. YOCUM ,
RESIDENT PIANO TUNER.
Ofllco with J. D. Sturgeon ,
NORFOLK , - - NEUUASKA.
5S & TYLER , J J. I
Attorneys nt Law ,
Norfolk , - - - Nebra la
DR. H. T. H OLDEN
Homeopathic Physician anil Snrgeoi )
Olllce , Citizens National Bank Building.
Siinitnrinm and Keeldonco , Main and 13th 81
Telephone 9 ,
Norfolk , - - Nebraska.
JR. N. J. HOAGLAND ,
Diseases both ncnto nnd chronic Bnccessfally
treated without UEO of drugs or Icnifo.
Phone No. F 54 , OQlco at residence ,
109 North 10th Street , .
Norfolk , . . . Nebraska
fifJ. . COLE ,
Office over Citizen's National Bank. Residence
one block north of Congregational church.
Norfolk , - - Nebraska
] yISS MARY SHELLEY
Dp ttnlrs in Cotton block , over Bourn store
.First-class work guaranteed.
Norfolk , Nebraska
] yRS. SADIE HART MILLER.
Rooms overlllnyee' Jewelry House , Norfolk.
POWERS & HAYS ,
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 10,11 and 12 , Mast block ,
Norfolk - - Nebraska
QESSIONS & BELL ,
Undertakers and Embalmers ,
Beitiona I31k. , Norfolk Ave.
Norfolk , Nebraska
Pacific Hotel ,
Special rates made to boarders
by week or month. Rooms
Steam Heated and Electric
J. R. ELDER ,
Sioux I ( City Florist ,
Awarded first premium on
Handsome Roses , CarnationsPalms , Ferns
Flowers shipped in fresh condition.
'Phone 466L. City office : Cor. Cth nnd Piorco.
For PlombiDg , Steam Filling , Pomps , Tanh
And all work in this line call on
STITT & WHITE.
First door South of THE DAILY NEWS Office ,
Leave orders at Telephone A 221.
W1IEN YOU IVANT A GOOD
SHAVE or BATH
' 4 GO-TO
W. D. Hall's Barter Shop ,
MAIN BT. . THJUD DOOft BABT OFFOURTH.
MRS. H. H- HULL
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Shampooing , r -
TELEPHONE No. 417.
Rooms on North Ninth Street
MILLARD GREEN ,
DRBY and TRBN8FER LINE'
Piano Moving a Specialty.
'Phone 08. Calls Promptly Answered.
Horses Bought and Sold on-
Orawcn Avenue 'DUnUE '
and Third St. rHUNt
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