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About The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1901)
THE NOUPOLK NtiWS : FlUfoAY , NOVEMBER 20 , liTOl ,
CLOSING OUT I
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DETERniNED TO GO OUT OF BUSINESS
And Will Sell Everything in My Store at
is no "HOODOO , " but a BONA FIDE SALE.
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disposing of all my property in and around Norfolk , and shall remove
from the city. For this reason I am making a
My , ' stock is clean and well selected. A large proportion of it is NEW
GOODTbut all must go , WITHOUT RESERVE. ALL GOODS SOLD FOR CASH.
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B IS YOUR BEST CHANCE
s and Boy's Suits and Overcoats , Underwear , Shirts , Hats , Caps and Mittens , and in fact , everything
arried in a First-Class Clothing Store , , CHEAPER than you ever bought them before in Norfolk' . COME
see for yourselves that
CLOTHING STOR P
. B. KENYON , Proprietor NORFOLK , NEB. X
Defeats McGovern in Second
Round of a Fast Battle.
TERRY SEES HIS WATERLOO.
Tries Hard to Struggle to His Feet ,
but Count of Ten Finds Him Still
on the Floor Walcott Defeats
, Voutifl Peter Jackson.
OlartforU , Conn. , Nov. 29. Knocked
out Ju the second round , of which one
anlnuto and forty-four seconds hud
iaj > acd , 'was the referee's verdict ot
the fistic battle between "Younjj
Coitoett" of Denver and Terry Me.
Govern of Brooklyn , who 1ms hold the
featherweight championship unlllnch-
iasly since ho won It from George
Xttxon 18 months ago. Outwitted ana
outpointed with a fighter Just the same
& himself , McQovcrn had to lower
fclB colors yesterday at the Nutmeg
Athletic club to "Young Corbott" with-
la lx minutes from the start of the
"Young Corbett , " who outside of
ring parlance Is known as Billy uoth-
well , got the bettor of the champion
in less than two rounds of lighting
and ho did It so perfectly that there
was no doubt about It
When McGovern was knocked down
in the opening round there were cries
of dismay from his backers , but his
wonderful recuperative powers were
equal to the occasion , and he was on
Ills feet within seven seconds. Ho
tried all his rushing work , which
proved so profitable on former occa
sions , but Corbott met his every curve
and countered hard on neck , Jaw ana
Down went Terry again In the second
end round and when ho got up quickly
he nished like a wild man. Ho
showed a lack of self-restraint and In
a hurst of bad temper hit out left ana
right Irrespective of all rules and
asagcs. These tactics apparently
% vore just what Corbott was looking
top. Terry was mixing things up with
whirlwind velocity and throwing sci
ence to the winds. Suddenly a right ,
winging uppercut landed squarely
on the point of his jaw and McQov-
cra went down and out. Ho was not
rendered unconscious , but It was evi
dent to all present that ho know the
championship had taken wings , as he
made wild efforts to regain his feet.
Referee White called off ten seconds ,
while McGovern valiantly struggled.
After the light a purse of $10,000
was offered by the Twentieth Century
Athletic club of San Francisco for
another fight between McGovorn and
Corbett , and McQovern accepted the
BURGLARS WOUND CONSTABLE.
St. Joe Officer Shot and Pounded Till
He Cannot Recover.
St. Joseph , Mo. , Nov. a1. ) . For sev
eral nights Constable- Wesley Gun
nnd several deputies huvo boon en-
deavorlng to capture a Knng of burg
lars Unit have robbed numerous stores
nnd residences In the suburbs , but
never came upon the robbers until
early yesterday morning. Constable
Gun was separated from his deputies ,
but did not hesitate to attack three
of the burglars nnd endeavor to cap
ture them. Ho was shot and poundeit
Into Insensibility and left for dead.
Ho cannot recover.
Young Short $23,000.
Louisville , Nov. 29. Beyond the
statement made to Mayor Granger bv
one of the expert accountants that a
shortage , amounting to | 23,000 , hud
been found In the books of the former
city treasurer , Stunrt R. Young , who
committed suicide Wednesday even
ing , nothing definite Is known as to
how the accounts stand between the
city and its former treasurer. It Is
said that the accountants will require
two weeks of constant work to go
over the books. During his four years
as city treasurer Young handled $11-
Berlin Council Approves Kaiser's Plan
Berlin , Nov. 2D. After a lively de
bate yesterday , the municipal coun
cil , by a vote of C4 to 51 , adopted the
plans for altering Unter den Linden
that were approved by Emperor Will
iam. During his speech , In which ho
accused the members of the munici
pal council of lacking backbone and
In which ho referred flippantly to the
deference shown the emperor's wishes ,
the socialist deputy , Herr Singer , was
called to order.
Miss fitone Alive on Nov. 24.
Sofia , Bulgaria , Nov. 29. A tele
gram received from a private agent nt
Dubnltza says that Miss Stone and
Mme. Tsllka were alive Nov. 24.
0. 8. Hayes of Norfolk jwasj visiting
Howard Miller shipped two carloads
of hogs Tuesday.
F. L. Putney of Tildeu was here
Saturday ou business.
"Wm.iLow , No. 2 , was transacting
business here Thursday.
Geo. D. Smith was visiting hero
Thursday with Warner Daniel and fam
FraukIIaman | of Clearwatar was vis
iting here froiu Monday till Wednes
Mr. Yund ot"Grand Island , an intl-
mate friend of Prof. Vantmo , WOK hero
Otto Encker of Lindeayj wa8 visiting
here 11 week with his brother , Herman ,
About 18 members of the Masonic
lodge attended the extru mooting at
A largo number of Battle Creek people
went to Norfolk Friday to see the play
in the Auditorium.
MrH. .7. Ilofmnu , Mrs. Sohlieu and
llov. F. Koestor wont to the Luthoruu
lospital Monday for treatment.
W. .T. Stavely was in his store again
Thursday the first tluio in two mouths.
Mr. Stnvely is troubled with neuralgia.
Ooo. Songvouior , foreman of the
Muus & Breohlor cattle ranch ncnr In-
inaii , came Friday for n visit with rela
J. D. Mink , who lives about 10 miles
south of hero , will sell out a week from
next Saturday and intends to go to
Thanksgiving exercises were held in
our High school Wednesday afternoon
and a nice program was carried out in
The Lutherans ore having Thanksgiv
ing service in their church. Tonight
some will enjoy in a social hop in the
Horinuu Werner , contractor in the
carpenter business , has bought J. L.
O'Koo'sarm , six miles southeast of
townfor f'KXX ) .
Ernest llikof ski of Warnorville arrived
hero Wednesday to visit his father-in-
law , Gottleib Hensolnit and family. Mr.
Heusoloit is very siok with rheumatism.
Clark Cutroii , who lives on the Con
nelly place , one mile south of town , is
going to leave and will locate in Ante
lope county , where he has rented 800
E. F. Hans and Paul Nenow went to
Clearwater Friday to look at some farm
Innrt. Thnv came back and stated thai
they wouldn't go any further west than
The Battle Crook local reading circle
will moot on the second Saturday in
January , 1002. The work at that time
will be chapter 4 and 6 , write a review
of preceding work.
The Young Ladies Good Time club
will have a social dance at the Battle
Creek opera house Friday night. The
Italian orchestra of Omaha will furuisl
George Berry has received the poles fo
his telephone line out to his sheep ranol
five miles north of town. This investment
mont will cost him , when completed
about I COO. But within a couple of day
ho can talk to anyone in the U. S. with
out coming to town.
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IT SOUpS BflD
For a dealer in lumber or * i
anything else , to be forever - : ;
ever blowing about his
prices being lower than
everybody else's. Men ot
common sense know that :
where conditions are the
same , one dealer has no :
particular advantage over
another in the matter of
prices. On some things
we know our prices to be , !
a little low , but our great
advantage lies in the sut t
p e r i o r it y of our stock , ; ;
which is , without exception -
tion , the finest you ever
saw , so don't build or
make any repairs till you
figure with us.
LOUIS 0. MITTELSTADT ,
Lumber Dealer ,
NORFOLK , - - NEBRASKA.
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Towards which the eyes of the wes
are turned ; where great opportunitie
are open to everyone , is best and quick
est reached by the Union Pacific. No
bettor trains in the world than thos
run via this line.
For full information cnll.'on or addres
J. B. Eheffer , agent.
Q. A. tiUIKAUT , PB-SIDENT. W. HiJOHNBON , CASHIEB ,
HAS. B. BBIUOK. VICE PBKSIDENT. LEO 1'ASEWALK , ASS'T CASHIM
The Citizens National Bank.
Capital , $50,000. - Surplus , 85,000.
Buy and eoll exchange on this country and all.'partaof Knropo. ( Farm Loans ,
Director * . GAEL ASMUB , W H. JOHNSON , CnAB. S. BBIDOE. 0 , W. OBAABCH , 0 , M
WANK. G. A. LUIRABT. T. F MKUMINOEB. L. SESSIONS.
BARNES & TYLER , J J. B.'Bnrnes
° \ M. D. Tyler
Attorneys at Law ,
Norfolk , - - Nebra tu
) R. H. T. HOLDEN
lomcopiitiiic Physician nnd Snrgeon
Otllco , Citizens National Bank Building.
anttnrinm and Itosldonco , Main and 13th 81
Telephone 9. *
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[ ) R. N. J. HOAGLAND ,
) ! eenBes both acnta and chronic successfully
treated without UBO of drugs or knifo.
Phone No. F 54. Office at residence ,
109 North 10th Street ,
Norfolk , . . . Nebraska
H.J. . QOLE ,
Jfllce over Citizen's. National Bank , Residence
one block north of Congregational church ,
Norfolk , Nebraska
MISS MARY SHELLEY
rs In Cotton block , over Banm'i
First-class work guaranteed.
Norfolk , Nebraska
JyJRS. SADIE HART MILLER.
Rooms OTerlHayes' Jewelry House. Norfolk
pOWERS & HAYS ,
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 10,11 and 13 , Mast block ,
Norfolk - Nebraska
SESSIONS & BELL ,
Undertakers and Einbaimerg ,
Sessions Blk. , Norfolk Ave.
Norfolk , . . . Nebraska
HENRY E. RYDER ,
Teacher o !
PIANO , VIOLIN AND ORGAN
Spiclal ritndolln and QuIUr Leiiono ajc.
Voice Culture a Specialty. '
Pacific Hotel ,
Special rates made to boarders
by week or month. Rooms
Steam Heated and Electric
See ! O ! See
You Will Have to Hustle if You Fol
Now Look at this , will you ? This is
the price of Groceries :
Sugar , 20 Ibg for . $1 QO
Package Coffes . 12
Japan Tea. best , per Ib . 10
Lynn Soap , 13 bars for . 25.
Diamond Soap , 9 bars for . 25 ,
Diamond C Soap , 12 bare for . 25
No.l Sweet Corn , per can . 07
Tomatoes , per can . OS
3al. Corn Syrup . 35
1 Ib can Baking Powder . 10
'Alb can Baking Powder . 3 05
Crackers , per Ib . 07
Champion Lye , per can . OS
Cider Vliioear , per gal . 15
Navy Beans , perlb . Q3
Chewing Tobacco , perlb . 25
Smoking Tobacco , per Ib . 15
60 pkg Smoking Tobacco . 03
Cnndy , perlb . 07
Nelson's Bejt Baking Chocolate , p r Ib. . . . 30
Cabbngs , per Ib . 03
Salt , per barrel . j 49
Bait , Rock , p c cwt . 65
Prune * , par Ib . . . Q
CobPipes,2 for . \ \ \ M
No. 1 Brooms . < > 3
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Creeks , per gal . , , , 05
JnRs.psr gal . 't w
TIn'and IQranlta'ware '
'cliMper tban you can
M. E. SPAULDING ,
FLOUR , - FEED ,
TELEPHONE : NO. . 83-
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