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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 17,1002 , mI I CUPID IN A THUNDERBOLT ; ! ; The Colorado sun was beating un mercifully upon her aristocratic oval face , yet she still clung to the farthest rock on the little neck of land and tin- bllnklngly watched her floater , which never once bobbed. She was not there because she loved the sport. Even the frisky mountain trout knew that and flirted their tails audaciously as they Bwam under and around her hook. No ; It was simply because she would not Join the laughing group on thu bank , where Randolph Foster , with kindling ey < H , was recounting IIH ! ad ventures on a hunting trip with Iluf- falo Kill In the hitter's big tract of wild land In the Hlg Horn country. To Join a mountain party In Colora do for the express purpose of escaping the presence and the memory of a cer tain Individual and then to have that individual drop unexpectedly and un invited from some unheard of region was more than Inice ! Allen's soul could bear. A fresh ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 October 1902

I -rr TIN iv We Are Prepared to do Fine Hopalr Work on Wntohcs , Clocks Diamond Jewelry , and in fact anything iu onr lino. We Assure You prompt and satisfactory work. Our . prices are right. Try us. G , F. W. MARQUflRDT , JEWELER , r NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. PICKING UP BARGAINS , If you want to buy or build a house , the Elkhorn B. & S. AssBociation will make yon a loan on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. QUINCES . . .AND SWEET APPLES ARE PARISH It Pays to See OPIAS. H. JOHNSON before you buy anything iu the Hue of Furniture , Carpets , Rugs , China , Pianos , Lamps , Chamber Suits , Dining Tables , Dining Chairs , Iron Beds , Fancy Rockers , Couches , Wedding Presents. Choicest and cleanest line ii all North Nebraska to picl from. The Weather. Forecast for Nebraska : Possibly showers tonight , followed by fair Satnr day. Cooler. FRIDAY ACFTS. Additional local news on the lost pag of today's issue. Mr. Harry Dewey nnd Miss Mabe Nyrop of Noligh were married at ! o'clock ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 October 1902

Visitors Carry Home the Hon ors of the Game. COLUMBUS AGAINST NORFOLK , Score Was 17 to 0 Out the Locals Were In the Qnmo All the Tlmo nnd Vigorously Contested Each Point. Although the ithy was lowering , the Hold wet and slippery and the route to the field n panto of mud , thono who braved the conditions iind wont out to BOO the first football game of the Reason , between the Columbus aud Norfolk high school teams Saturday afternoon wore morn than repaid for the interest they had taken , Although the ncoro re- wilted In 17 to 0 Iu favor of the visitors , it was about as evenly contested and ex citing n game as has boon given iu Nor folk thiH pennon. The sooro does not In- dionto a wnlk-nway for the visitors by any moans , ns it would if the game had boon base ball. Norfolk wnw in the gnmo nil the tlmo , nnd every point wnfl contested with vigor. The sooros of the lending gnmcs of the snmo dny between oollogo teams ranged from 0 to 0 to moro than NO to 0. It can therefore bo judged ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 October 1902

T11K NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OOTORER 17 1002 , J5 o o V o THE CASE "I ° l b I o OF TENONI o V rxnv"I ' * BY MARVIN DANA b e 5 V Copyright , 1001 , by Marvin rxn/v O At 8 o'clock In the afternoon of March 23 n woman entered the hall of the Grand hotel , New York city. She WRa evidently young , hardly more than a girl , with a face rather too pale , but mndo charming by regular features and large dark eyes. She walked without any hesitation to the otllce nnd Inquired : ' "Is Senor Tenon ! In ? " The clerk struck a bell and shouted , "Front ! " The end boy of the row seated on a tench started up and presented him- eelf before the clerk with n "Yes , sir. " "Show this lady to No. 18. " "Oh , no , " exclaimed the visitor. "I know where Senor Tcnonls ! room is. Hut would you be so kind ns to do me a. great favor ? " she queried. "With plouft'ire. I shall be very pleased to do anything I can 'for you. " 1 "Please take this letter. " With the -words she holuVuut an envelope. "Why , It's add...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 October 1902

- mm I 10 THE NOKFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , OCTOBER 17 , 1902. . Norfolk Methodists Celebrate an Epoch in Their History. INTERESTING ADDRESSES MADE Former Pastor and Presiding Elder in Attendance nnd Church Filled by Local Communicants Lunch Was Served In the Dnsomont. Lust night wan the occasion of n jubl * lee that WIXH celebrated with right good earnest by the Mothodlstn of Norfolk. It was In observance of the wiping out of the last oout of Indebtedness against the line now church property owned by that Hocioty. A mortgage of $2,000 ru-alnot thoohuroh had boon paid off and the members and friends of the church wore assembled to BOO the Instrument destroyed , The jublleo marked another and Im portant tipoah in the history of Method * ism in Norfolk and there are few west * orn church societies that can show nn iHjnal growth and prosperity. The hnmlHomo brick odlflno In which the AIothodlfltH now worship nnd the com * forcible and roomy parsonage which they have provided as a homo for th...

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 — 24 October 1902

m \ THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. , , , , NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY OUTOHKll HI 1002 V. Output of Coal Less Than Half the Normal. ENGINEERS NOT REINSTATED President Mitchell Advises Those Not Taken Back to Be Patient and Await Developments of the Next Few Days Carpenters Also Out In Cold. Wllkesbarre , Oct 24. The resump tion of mining throughout the anthracite - cite region \vaa not as general as was expected. Unlocked 1'or difficulties were encountered In the shape of _ _ water and accumulated gas , and dangerous - > gorous roofs , which threatened to tail and entomb the workers , were also discovered in many of the collieries. The mine superintendents would take no chances and the mining of coal was put off until all parts of the underground - ground workings can bo made safe. This will take a few days and In sonic I cases weeks. In sotno of the col- lleries the machinery connected with the hoisting of coal worked badly and it was found necessary to close down after the miner...

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 — 24 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NKWS : Fill DAY , OCTOBER 21,1902 , Fire Svrccps Through Glucose Sugar Plant in Chicago. DEATH LIST MAY REACH THIRTY. Come Lcnp for Life , but Miss Net and Meet Death on Street Officials Say Half Million Will Cover the Property Loss. Chicago , Oct. 22.Flvo men nro Iniown to huve lent tliolr lives In a flro which lust night partially de stroyed the plant of the Chicago brunch of the Glucose Sugar Refining company , situated at Taylor struct and the Chicago rlvor. The Hat of tleml will certainly bo much greater than llvo anil may reach as high as thirty. The estimates run all the way from that number down to ten. Only ono of the live men whowo bodies hnvo boon recovered has been Identified. The lint IB as follows : The dead : Frank Rothonbcrg , fore man , skull crushed In leaping from llfth story ; Frank iJiwronco , elec trician , supposed to bo dead , known to have been In building and not Been since ; four unidentified men. The Injured : Frank Monro , hands burned whllo ...

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 — 24 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 2-1 , 1902 , General Sentiment Expressed at Wilkesbarrc Convention. MITCHELL URGES ACCEPTANCE. Firemen and Engineers Favor Hold * | Ing Out Until Former Employes Are I Assured Old Positions , but Are In | Minority Admit Reportero. Wllkcsbrirro , Oct. 21. The anxious ly awaited convention ot the 143,000 striking miners met yesterday , but did not reach a vote on the proposed plan of settlement. It Is expected to do so today. There wore 662 delegates pres ent In the Nosbltt theater , where the convention was hold , and they were empowered by their local unions to cast 8G7 votes for or against President Roosevelt's proposed plan of arbitra tion. The great majority of delegates were unlnstructod , the few being engl- neers , firemen and pumpmen , who fear that the 5,000 strikers of those classes may not get back their old places , now held by nonunion men. This question of the engineers , fire men and pumpmen proved the only stumbling block In the way...

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 — 24 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : MIT DAY , OCTOBER 2 < 1 , U)02. ) W. N. I1U8K , rubllnhor , DAILY. KMnhllihnil. 1WJ ! , r it i xfi > t BmuUr , lljr cnrrlnr , 15 c nls. lly mall | i r jnar , WKKKI.Y NICWH-.IOUKNAI. . Tht Ntwi , lUbllilKMl , JMI. The Joutnnl , f ilabllitim ! 1M1 Kvtrr Prlilar , Hj mill l > < ir year , $1M. I'oMolllcB t Norfolk , Noli , , ni MotmdoUis matter , T 4 nhonit IMttnrliil Pt.i | . rtmiint , No. t IlnilliM * Olllci mill Job Room * . No , 921. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Stnto. For OoTrrnor JOHN II , MKKET For Lieutenant ( loTortior K. U. Mrdu.TON . -.Dcmitln * ForTronKiror PKTER UOIITKNKON Ynlltir For Hocrelnrj of Htnte O. A. MARHI Itlclinrihau For Auditor CtiAnl.HNVKHION Hlinrlilnn PorHnporliitontlmit of I'ulillo Instruction Wlt.I.IAM K , l'\M.KII ) \\llfhltlKUm For Altornny ( Innoral FRANK N , I'UOUT . ( ) IIRO For LHIII ! Cutmnlnloupr QBOUOK 1) ) . KOU.UI.H NacliollR Congressional. For CoiiKrcrrmnn , Thlnl District JOHN J , ML-CAUTIIY Ulxoti Scnatorinl. For Blnln Ben...

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 — 24 October 1902

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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 — 24 October 1902

THE IS'ORFOLK NEWS : FKIDAY , OCTOBEK 24 , 1902. \VhUilndonbt vote for MUkey , dotfcnl which Is right. Tak your advice goes you jrtck McCarthy for con- ( T inlno coal. Inv Mercer easily the paramount in the Iloo ofllec. Sgc l editor ial * r ! even permissible. lit rjonc will wxm have coal to barn , ntnl i ho black diamonds will not be a * rare n * they bare len In the pait. It i rcporU-d that telephones trans- inlt microbe * and the Sioux City Jour- ti l advin-a K renders to boll their tele- Parliament is proving a strenuous in- ilttuti in that cnn ncarcely be excelled in ti.enuosity by the American con- Can ida has wrnie trust * , aho. Per- bar * th y are the mult of the system of of protective tariff practiced in the United States , nnd then jKirbnps again , they tire not. Don't bet all year caih that John S. HobiDKin will be the next congressman from this district. You may need a H k with which to operate at the coin ing presidential election. Friends of the "Little Giant" are be...

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 — 24 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 21 , 1002. 1 The Rood times of 1002 , when a fnt liojr brought $ 20 , will long bo remem bered. I The aster , wo find , Is subject to more Insect pests than nny ( lower , which wo try to grow. Clean gralnflelds arc almost Impossi ble where there Is neither rotation of crops nor sheep. The largest and handsomest apple grown Is the Wolf River , and It Is nt the same time the moat worthless. ' We note that one of the reclaimed lake beds In a western state Is afford ing the finest kind of duck shooting this fall. ' The easiest way to keep a good hired girl In the farm home Is to get a good looking hired man. We know that this plan works. : There Is quite a risk In holding hogs ' nt this season of the year , and Just as .soon as they are flt for market It Is best to let them go. Wo sometimes think that a man's reputation suffers almost as much to be known as small , mean and stingy as to be rated as dishonest. The pansy bed has been a delight all summe...

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 — 24 October 1902

THE NORFOLK : NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 21,1002. Rrlstow Station \VIIH In the I'nnhun- < llu section of TI'.VIIH , Mini n more lone ly and dreary place It would he lined to Iliul. Thorn was but ono building , which served for frolghthotiHO. piiHucn- per depot and ticket and telegraph olllce , Hert Hrown , the K. and M. ngcut , had to do all the biislncNH and cook bin own nu'iil.s over an oil Htove. Tlii'ro wore four trains dally over thu road ; tint , unless flagged , the two pus- ncngor tralim went through llrlnlow nt a llfty inllo clip. To the wont of the Htntlnn wan a long siding with cattle. jion.M , then a straight traclc for thirty miles over the pratrlo , Itert could alwayH count on n visit from throe or four tramps a day , nnd , though the Instructions from the divi sion superintendent were to "discour age" them , ho took IIH ! own course In the matter. To "discourage" them meant to threaten them with paltm and penalties and refuse ( hum oven a drink of water. To Bert It lo...

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 — 24 October 1902

TITK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , OOTOIWU 2-1 , 11)02. ) 0 - - - - - - - C O [ O-O- TALBOT'S LESSON . . . By MARY FRANCES Copyright , 1001 , liy Mary 1'iviiceii "Jack , ilcnr , yon Imvon't said n word fcbotit Christinas. What shall we do ? Here arc the ClotidciuiliiH asking us to coiuo out to tholr house party , but I thought If wo asked Molly and the children to dinner and had n Christ inas tree It would be" "What In the world nrc you talking nbout , Josephine ? Christinas ! Wo can have Molly to dinner at any time , nnd what do you want n Christinas tree for ? " "Why , Jack , what do you mean ? For the presents for the children , of course , nnd then we could have a little party , nnd"- "Joscphlnol I really thought you were a sensible girl. If there's n piece of nonsense on the face of the earth , It's this row nbout Christmas nothing but n scrap of Aryan sun worship leftover over ! And the silly custom of giving presents la n relic of vassals paying tribute. I'm surprised that you" "Oh...

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 — 24 October 1902

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 24,1002. SATURDAY SIFTINQS , Mr * , ] ? , J. Halo of Battle Oroclt wiw i\ city visitor yesterday , Mrs. Tom Kingston wns a city visitor yeatordny from Slanton. Mm , Walter Urnasoh of MiuliHon IM Visiting at the homo of her parents in this city , Miss Otolln Pllgor Ima gone to Mndl- BOH to visit relatives nud frioiulH ever Sunday. The roof of the cold Htorngo ' " bolng plncod in first ulns * condition by IIH. . Luko. Mrs. .T. O. Troutmnn ROOM to Sioux OUy today to spend Sumliiy with her ImRlmml , Nov. ,1. 0. S. Wollls wont to Croigh- ton yostordny and hold oorviccH there last night. Mr. and Mrs. Hobort W. Smith were pnssengm-H on thu early morning trixln for Onmhn. , Miss Uiith Dnnlols nrrlvodon thonoon train from Omaha for visit with Nor folk frlonds. MlssElln Mason nnd Mlas Sohworcin were down from Plcroo today to do porno shopping. Herbert Dnnlols IB in the oity from Otimlm attending to luminous und moot ing old frlondH. Suporlntondont D. 0. ...

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 — 24 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 21 , 1902 , 11 WEDNESDAY WRINKLES. Mr. nml Mrs. J. W , Slomi of Plerco wore iu the city today. A. It. Pettltt of Fremont transacted business iu Norfolk yosferduy. Mr. nud Mrs. J. B. Maylard went to York todny for n visit with relatives. Mrs. L. R. Crnlg nnd daughter of Pierce were visitors in Norfolk todny. Mr. nud Mrs. Lohinan wcro up from Stnutoii yesterday doing some trading.V Ohas. M. Aniiuldo.vn of Lynch was n visitor in Norfolk yostordny ou busi ness. ness.Dr. Dr. J. M. Alden of Pierce paid Nor- fork another of his customnry visits todny. Harry , the little son of Mrs. Brown of South Norfolk , is very sick with nppeu- dicitis. Editor Felix Hales of the Tildon Oiti/en wns iu the city yesterdny on business. Congressman Robinson wns over from Madison todny looking after his political fences. The West Side Whist club will meet tomorrow evening with Mr. and Mrs. John 11. Ilnys. Tim house of W. A. Animation South Third street hns been materially i...

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 — 24 October 1902

-I.U i n r , i. miAi , ui/JLUJlliJK , IUU2 , rHE | VALET'S H < ! STORY tt * By J. HAMILTON GRAHAM * OijritfM > | / , iPOil < v.i. X. * I liinl boon In hard UIIOH when Mr. Wellington took ino Into Ills service. Tlio failure of my employers , a huge woolen linn , Inul thrown me out of employment , mid , go whore 1 would , there wore no clerical openings. It coined IIH If London fairly swarmed wltfi clerks looking for positions. I was rapidly becoming desperate. Our mooting was poculliir , A loafer In a Hiniill park whore I wan lounging hi eked a line looking dog that camu bounding niul barking Joyously to the bench wo occupied together. The dog howled with pain. I gave the loafer it sounding eulT for IIH ! brutality , and the next moment Arthur Wellington stood before me , thanking mo for avenging lite Injury to his pet. Wo ehntted for a minute or two after the loafer slunk off , and the first thing I know Mr. Wellington WIIH drawing f HE UA1) UnN JIKAI > I'OU T111IUB-QUAK...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 24 October 1902

TUB NORFOLK NEWS : FIIIDAY , OCTOBER 21 , MHI2. 13 We Are Prepared to do Flue Repair Work on WatchcH , Clocks , Diamond Jewclrr , and In fact anything iu onr line. We Assure You prompt and satisfactory work. Our prictfl ) are right. Try us. G. F. W. MARQUARDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. PICKING UP BARGAINS. If you want to buy or build n house , the Elkhorn B. & S. Asssociatiou will make you n loau ou favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. ) . QUINCES SWEET APPLES PARISH What yon can save money on : Ghickering pianos , Cheaper pianos , Chamber suits , China closets , Dining tables , Center tables , Easy rockers , Dinner sets , Toilet sets , Dressers , Couches , China , Lamps , Carpets , Book cases , Chiffoniers , Velvet rugd , Brussels rugs , Axuiiuster rugs. Bring iu your catalogues and see how much cheaper yon can buy at home as well as saving yourself the annoyance of unpacking , breakage , repairing , fit ting and cleaning incident to all outside shipments. CHA.S. ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 24 October 1902

1-1 TI1K NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 21 , 1902 Man Who Wielded the Razor Arrested at Wisncr. HODGES' SYMPTOMS ARE GOOD Prisoners Will bo Kept In County Jnll , Awaiting the Preliminary Hearing Spnhr Snys Ho Slashed the Negro In Self Defense. From Bntnnlny'i Dnllyt Spnhr , tlio iniin who cut the tltront of George Hidgos , colored , Thursday night , In now In coslody , hav ing boon overtaken by Chief of Polloo Knno n couple of inlloH this fildo of Win ner yesterday afternoon mid wan liroiight back during the night , tlio olll- cor arriving with bin prisoner about ! ! o'olouk this morning. Instead of two inoii nt largo implic ated in terrible crime , by the prompt notion of Norfolk'sohtnf of-polioo they nro Hiifuly nndur look and key awnltlng the recovery of Hodges Butlloiontly to npiu'iir against them. J. A. Halrd. was tnltcii from the switch engine nt the HU- Rftr factory on which ho WHS firing yos- tnrduy morning , When ho FIIW the olll- cer coining his wny ho walked along the ni...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 24 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OOTOttFiR 21 1902 , 1AAAAAA AAAAAA . LEGAL TENDER By ADDIBON OLAIUC , JPOI , Jiy .liMtoon Ctarfc rTVVYYVTYYYTTYVYYYVVTYYV * The Henderson farm hail once bios * loincil like a well kept ilowcr garden. In those days the white house , set back from the road In n clump of live oaks , was astir with life nml youth. The master had been a Justice of the peace and had run for the legislature. Men had called him Judge Henderson , and he had walked with his head erect. lie had had a neighbor then whose heart was very near to his own , but the war had come and changed every thing. Uobort Stephens , the neighbor , had gone away to Join the Yankees , and friendship was changed to bitter hatred. The master's sons , nephews and friends had also gone to the war , some from the north and others from the Bouth. Ills slaves had left him at the first rumor uf freedom , and the old place soon fi'l ' Into decay. A thlcl ; caijii't of crab grass and wild morning gloiy vines bad...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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