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About The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1901)
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CLOSING OUT ! i :
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
GBNUINE ? SKLJE.
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.
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-Class Clothing Store ,
you ever bought them before in Norfolk. COME
EARLY and see for yourselves that
I MBMN BUSINESS.
E. B. KENYON , Proprietor
I W. N. HUHB. Publisher.
DAIIA * .
KitablUhod , 1887.
Krorr day except Snmliiy. Hy enrrlor per
weak , 15 coute. lly mull per year , (8.00.
WKKKI.Y NKWS-JOUUNAr , .
liii Nawa , 08tab ) lulled , 1SS1.
Tlio Jouriml , oetnbllsliod 1877 ,
Krary Friday , lly mail per your , $1.50.
Kntorod at the FostoUlco at Norfolk , Nob. , nt
eocouil clnta mutter ,
niiliortps : Kdltorliil Doimrtment , No. 22 ;
IfueinoBe Olllco ami Job Rooms , No. 822.
Anyway 0. K. Fields of Onmlm at-
tninod to u little notoriety in his efforts
to swing the "saloon vote" to Judge
How Mr. Havemoyer would taako us
scratch for sugar if bo had n mortal
cinch bnt he will never got it. The
.American sugar interests are bound to
be respected and strongly established.
Senator Dietrich is quoted largely by
western papers and his views on all
pnblio questions are based upon good
sound business judgement. It is prob
able that many have under-estimated
the value Mr. Dietrich will bo to his
Not long ago wo heard a , young lady
sing a familiar hymn , and this is exactly
the pronunciation she gave its sacred
words : "Ond I shell zee Him face to
face. " And there seems to bo no legal
recourse. It seems that you can't keep
idiotic fads out of music any more thai :
out of other departments of instruction.
.Man was born to trouble , and bo gets it
at every turn of the road. Bixby in the
The Nebraska branch of the McKiu
ley memorial fund committee have
completed arrangements for raising No
Lraska's shore of the money and they
will probably have no difllcnlty what
ever in doing so. Subscriptions will be
solicited from everybody , bnt no sum
over $25 will be received. Postmasters
teachers and editors are to bo asked to
assist in raising the money and it is to
bo hoped that it will bo a popular tribute
to the murdered president. They hop
that the contributions will bo many
The Boers are confidently expecting
some favorable terms from the Britis
that will result in the war being ended
It would seem that England could afTer
to treat with the people opposing them
Not only ij the war proving expensive
bat popular feeling is that the desperat
stand of the Boors
is justifiable and no
war over engaged in by England IIIIH
occasioned more criticism of that country
and its methods. England can prob
ably win out if it is desired , but it will
undoubtedly prove the most disastrous
victory she has over won aud her friends'
best advice would bo that the English
government should como to terms.
A Swedish woman is conducting in
England an institution for girls which
a said to bo like no other school in the
vorld. During the course of two years
lie girls wear rational woolen oostuuies ,
vithont corsets or hats. They have an
bumlauco of hygienic food , sloop bo-
0 in thn nvoniiiLr until 0 in the
morning , and spend practically all of
ho rest of the time in exorcising and in
ilaying games in the open air. It is
aid that wonderful results in building
up strong constitutions have boon
achieved in this modern "health fao-
ory. " The girls study hygiene and an
atomy and a few things like that , bnt
ill of the iiervo straining studios of a
regular college course nro discarded.
The theory of the course is that health
makes for happiness more than any. ac
complishment that may bo secured at
an ordinary school. The idea is cer
tainly worthy of imitation on this side
of the water. State Journal.
Andrew Johnson of Hosldus attended
the box sooial in Bega Friday evening.
Miss Myrtle Meiskoy , from north of
Hoskins , is visiting with her uncle , John
Miss Anna Nelson of Hoskins visited
with friends in this vicinity , Friday and
Mr. and Mrs. James and family ol
Iowa are visiting with Mrs. James
brother , John Wothorholt.
Mr. Littell , who IB teaching east ol
Hoskins , attended the social .at the
school house Friday evening.
Rev. Mr. "Winfrey and wife attendee
the social Friday evening. Mr. Win
frey preached Saturday evening.
Messrs. Wilson , Littoll and Eliot
drove to Winsido Friday afternoon
where they visited with friends and rel
ntives until Sunday.
Miss Anna Lnudqnist left on the noon
tram at titanton Monday to go to Whit
ing , Kansas , whore she will visit wit !
fneuds for a few weeks.
Rev. E. P. Quivoy , who is state super
inteudeut of the Children's Home soci
ety , conducted the Sunday morning ser
vices in the school houso.
The League gave a box social at th
school house Friday evening. The pro
oeeds will be used in buying new hymn
books for the Sunday school.
Sam Schneider was v isiting in Nor-
Frank Pngh loft Wednesday for
Nance county , to stay.
Win. Hawkins of Meadow Grove was
; ransaotiiig business hero Monday.
Owen O'Neill was up to his ranch
near Long Pine from Saturday to Tues
Col. Osborn of Mullen , Nob. , came
Saturday to visit his many relatives and
L. M. Thomson was up to Tildeu
Tuesday to look after his business inter-
tufa nf flint nlnnn
Henry Stefl'eu and Glaus Brandt of
Norfolk were hero Wednesday to look
after some laud for rent.
The Fremont Brewing company is re
wiring their building , which is occupied'
> y P. H. Ingoldsby's saloon.
Geo. S. Venablo's condition is grow-
ng worse every day and doctors say
hat there is no chance for his recovery.
Sam Goodman of Meadow Grove was
lore the fore part of this wook. From
lore ho wont to Pierce to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Maas and baby
were visiting with Judge Bates and
'aiuily and other friends at Madison
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gleoson and family
went to Hoskins
Tuesday for an extended -
tended visit with Mrs. Gleason's
A spelling school will bo started here
in the near future. The writer has
joined the society and also has ordered a
Rev. A. J. Edmondsoii , late of the
Baptist church , delivered a very inter
eating sermon in the Maxwell opera
house Sunday evening.
Abrain Oilman , who lives north of
the river and has boon very sick for
some months , is Tory feeble. Ho is an
old settler hero and well acquainted.
Mr. and Mr * . H. O. Moroy of Bow
man Grove were visiting hero Sunday
with friends. Mr. Morey worked here
once in the Republican ofllco under Lee
We have thirty-five bald headed men
in this town and
they will organize a
olub. It is understood that Dr. Daniel
will bo president and Sam Schneider
secretary and treasurer.
A now sidewalk has boon built from
the corner of the Baptist church west to
the Nenwerk residence on Herman
street , and the village is putting in the
necessary crossing on Depot street.
Sturgeon i the piano man.
Leaders there always
were , and always will
be , in business as well
as in politics. Our
ambition is to be
recogni zed as the
leading bargain giv
ers in lumber and
We have a complete
assortment of every
thing needed to build
a'houso ; it is of finest
quality , and our
prices are most at
tractive. It will be
well worth your while
to go a little out of
your way , if neces-
sarv. to b u v w h a t
lumber you need , ; ;
: A LOUIS C. MITTELSTADT , : '
Lumber Dealer ,
NORFOLK , - - NEBRASKA.
MILLARD GREEN ,
DRBY and TRHNSFER LINE
Piano Moving a Specialty.
'Phono 08. Calls Promptly Answered.
One Night Only.
Friday , November
JSOAH'S A RKV6R"AFTER FLOODS
THE WORLD RENOWNED
In a now and marvelous of
ments. Accompanied by Me Walters &
. Tyson and-
Seats on sale , Leonard's Drug Store , 50 , 75 , $1.00
O. A. LUIKAHT , .
PBISIDENT. . .
W. H. JOHNSON , .
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CIIA8. B. BBIOQB , VICE PBESIDENT. LEO
PASEWALK , ABB'T CABBIM
The Citizens National Bank.
Capital , $50,000. Surplus , 85,000.
Bay and soil exchange on this country and alljparts of Europe , ( Farm .
nirecton. CAUL ABUUB , W B. JOUNBON , CHAS. S. DBTDQE. , . Loano.
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HWANH G. A. LuiHADT , T , F MEUHINOKB. L. SESSIONS , BBAABOH o.
Get What You Ask for at
ALL ORDERS are filled promptly and with care.
Our goods are FIRST-CLASS in every particular.
We know precisely what is wanted by our custom
We aim to Give you the Best Value : i
for Your Money.
South side Main St. , between 2d and 3d.
. . . . Telephone 41.
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