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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 16 January 1903

TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : F1UDAY , JANUARY 16 , 1903 I O \KOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ 1 THE RETURN OF o O O o 1 BILL CARVER I o o O o . . . . [ ! y DmIJ II. [ nlm.iJjo go o o O , ; wi | / / ) . / / . ' iliniuli ; . ! O o OoOoOoOOOoOOOOoOOOOOOOoOoO Conductor Wilson of the "Klectrlc ( Flush , " a term applied In kindly do- rlolou to the passenger train on thu .Gooso river branch of a cortnlu grout ( western railway , WUH culled upon ono morning to apologize In behalf of bin engineer , and IIH ! apology , from end to end , Including stops and slowdown iin the Hnylng In , wan. not entirely do- .void of entertaining featured. "Tho truth of the mutter IH , " mild he , addressing the principal kicker , a trav eling salesman from Milwaukee , "that there's only one man on earth who un derstands the teakettle that wo um > In place of a real locomotive on thin line , and bin name's Hill Carver. Mill knows her from the track up. He given her a put here and a Jab there , and HIO ! net tles down to her ...

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 — 16 January 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL. PART TWO , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JAIX'UAHY 1(5 ( , WOH. PAGES 9 TO 12 Cattle and Sheep Men Agree on Plan of Settlement. , TO ENLARGE GRAZING LANDS. iResohtlon Adopted at Live Stock Convention That Committee of Ex perts Shall Inspect Conditions and Advise Springer' * Report. Kansas City , Jan. 16. The National .Live Stock association , by a rising t Tote , adopted a resolution endorsing President Roosevelt's suggestion that .congress appoint a commission of experts - perts to settle the range problem , \ , .which . for years has been a bono of contention between cattle and sheep men. The resolution had already been favorably passed upon by the execu tive committee as a substitute for a resolution presented by A. It. Robert son of Texas , which favored the leas ing of public lauds for grazing. The question was opened by the reading of a paper by Colonel John P. Irish of California in line with the resolution. Colonel Irish was unable to bo pres...

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 — 16 January 1903

10 , THE N011FOLK NEWS : PRJDAY , JANUARY 16 , 1903. The flottf o W. N. UUB1C. I'ubllaiior. DAILY. llUtnblUhtil , 1 S7. ? * n day * ioAit Hniulftjr , Ilr currier | > r * tk , It e nti , Hr mall ir year , 10.00. WKRHI.Y NKWH.JOUUNAI. , Tb N wtMlnnlUhiMl , 1NM. Tim Jonrnnl , eaUblUliod 1871 'Kttrj Frldoii Hr mall per rear , $1.W. Sntir l nt tin I'oitollloe at Norfolk , Neb , , at -ttooml elan matter , TaltphonMi KtlUnrlnl DenartmNit , No. SJ | ! ' UniloMi Ollloi and Job fioomi , No. SU , The wind is tempered to the conllcsH stove. . It is now disclosed that n considerable quantity of coal has boon placed in oars ami Inbolod wheat to escape the vigilance of citizens having coal bins with nn ex. prcflsivo void. It lnquio ! the fad in the cast for courts to dlHolwrgo prisoners who are licensed of stealing coal. It Is probable that if the situation remains the same for n time there will bo such n plou as "jtiHtillablo stealing" inaugurated. If only Komo of the hot editorials directed a...

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 — 16 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 10 , IHOM. II \ DO YOU KNOW ? That eye defects arc direct ly responsible for headaches , dizziness , sick headaches and other forma of nouto .nuil ohroulo nervous troub les ? IT IS A FACT thiit correctly fitted glasses will remove the eyestrnlii , stop the leakage of nerve force , niid ntituro will ut ouoo net about cnriug tha trouble. Dr. Marquardt Ophthalmologist. A New Year's Invitation that makes for life , long happiness. The Elkhorn B. & S. association will make you a loan to build or buy on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH Few Specialties , 41' [ New White Clover Honey , Pure Cider Vinegar , Pure Apple Cider , Home - Made Mince Meatthe ( good kind ) GOOD Apples , Jersey Sweet Pota toes , etc. , etc. I PARISH 1 THE PERFECT SHOE , and the one that is universally upheld by all who appreciate its solid worth , can only bo obtained at the Palace Shoo Store. We have them in all styles , all shapes and all sixes. Their beauty...

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 — 16 January 1903

12 THE NOKFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , JANUARY 10. 1903 Mortals By LYDIA PCUK1NS Copyright , MWJ , l > y tlio B. H. McClurn Company "Yon nn > n worthh'HH "YOU , llUlf IlllHtlKH. " "And your Minster and I will hnvc to go to the nlmsliouHo. " "Yes , llttlo mlHtlHHj Hprc yo' will. " "Then what will lioooinu of yon , "Co dnr too. " "Do you think they would Inko In n nigger ? You are inoro likely to tfot on the chain nimj , * . " i "To. ho , hi1 , llttlo mlHtlRHl" i "What are you KlRKll"K ahout ? " "Hoy ain't no cliiiln KIIIIK. Wo ROPB bn ile fahin. " "You ha\o boon there ? " "YoH ; I got Hont dnr 'hout n yeah npo. " "Grow , have you boon a criminal ? " Hlii mlHtresH looked at him with Hlirlnk- 1 has. " ho roturncd glibly. " 1 boon mon' oboryt'lnu cran Hhootor , buck dancer an * do rea' , an' crlmnol , " ho added , with a toiieh of pride. MTH. CustlH wan paying no heed to the negro now. She looked dreamily out through the window at the mellow mmllght of sprliiK. A longing eamu over her for...

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 — 23 January 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART ONE , NORFOLK , NBBUAS1CA , FRIDAY , JANUARY A 11)08 ) , PAGES 1 TO 8 " -Mrs. Rebecca Case of Melvin Victim of an Accident. SUFFERED FOR NINE HOURS. Put Kerosene in the Steve and the Explosion Which Followed Sot 'Fire ' to Her Cotton Dress The House Also was Ablaze. SatnnUy' * Dally. Mrs. Rebecca Case , ngod OOyonrs , was fatally burned last ovoniug nbont 5 o'clock , at the homo of her son-in-law , M. Benedict , at Melvin postofnco , 11 mlles uorthwost of Norfolk mid flvo miles northeast of Hosklns , from the effects of which she suffered terrible agony for ulne hours , passing away at 3 o'clock this morning , The funeral will bo hold Tuesday afternoon at 8 o'clock from the homo of her daughter. Mrs. Oaso had been in the sitting room with her daughter , awaiting the coming of Mr. Benedict for supper which had been placed on the table. Shortly before the accident occurred she wont to the kitchen and a few mo ments later her daughter heard an ex- ...

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 — 23 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 23 , f'l Senate Splits nnd Forms Dual Organization , EACH VOTES FOR SENATOR. Doth Claim to Do Solo Constitutional Dody Entitled to Act Speaker to Decide Between Factions Governor Peabody Refuses to Interfere , Denver , Jan. 21. Hath houses of the Krneral assembly balloted for United UUU'fl senator at noon yesterday , and Henry M , Teller received CO votco , only one loan than Is needed to elect. Senator MaOulrc. a Domocrut , re frained from voting , but ho subse quently Bald ho would vote for Teller If It should appear that ho could bo rlpctod. Only two Republican senators - tors wore In the senate chamber when 1h vote for senator was taken and ( hey did not respond when their names tvoro called. Soon afterwards the nlnt ) regular Republican senators , the two who were expelled by the Demo cratic majority and the elRht contest- H , who had been sworn In on the of the rapltol Monday night , tin- In the nontenant governor's room nnd formed a uoparat...

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 — 23 January 1903

TILE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 23 , us IT WAS THE BEST WHEN YOUR FATHER WAS A IT IS THE BEST NOW ! There is no test like the test of time. Cures everything that can be cured by a Perfect , Penetrating Liniment. Good for Han or Beast. One small bottle of Mexican Tlus- tang Liniment will effect a cure when a gallon of the watery compounds sold as liniment would have no result It is money thrown away to buy them I German Warships Bombard Venezuelan Fort. fTOWN MAY HAVE BEEN BURNED. Venezuelan Gunners Reply With Great , Rapidity Till Village Catches Alight i From German Shells Engagement Lasts for Three Hours. I Maracaibo , Venezuela , Jan. 22. .Three German warships , supposed to lie the Panther , Vlnota and Falko , un der command of Commodore Scheder , began shelling the fort of San Carlos at 10:30 : o'clock yesterday morning. The fort returned the fire. The engage ment was In progress at 1 o'clock In the afternoon. The correspondent of the Associated Press , In a rowboat , appr...

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 — 23 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 23 , 1003 The Norfo Ulchard Orokor IB about to raise an approved breed of democratic roosters in England. Ho IB preparing to engage in the obit-Icon business on a largo ncalo. The annual distribution of free needs by the congressmen and Bonators is on and the person who does not receive enough to plant a garden patch or farm in unfortunate. If the government should sol/o the coal mines aud the coal carrying roads there would bo a lot of volunteers to help got the fuel to the people if , volunteer toer work was necessary. When the state la diBcovorcd where no legislator can suggest a dlslrablo change In the laws there nro a whole lot of people who will bo ready to oml grate to It and cfltabllsh happy homos. The Bteanmhlp St. Louis lias arrived in port and now It IB rumored that its overdue experience was merely an other scheme of the promoters of the St. Louis exposition to advertise that event. This Is the season of the year when all that Homo peo...

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 — 23 January 1903

* 252S i. THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY JANUARY 23 , | ! H)8 ) I Miners' Leader is Honored at Indianapolis. GIVES PRAISE TO THE WOMEN. ! eaya Victory In Anthracite Strike Is Due to Hclplesc Ones Haa Faith In Arbitration Commission Torchlight Procession With 2,000 In Line. ( Indianapolis , Jan. 20. The city of Indianapolis and organized labor so cieties united last night In a reception to President Mitchell of the United Mine Workers of America. A torch light parade , with 2,000 men In line , escorted Mr. Mitchell and other load ers to Tomllnson hall , which was crowded to the doors. Addrocses of welcome were made by Mayor Book- waiter , President Felttnan of the Gen- tral Labor union , and National Socre-j tary Duffy of the Brotherhood of Car' ' pontors and Joiners. President Mitchell was greeted with cheers that lasted five minutes. Ho spoke rapidly and was frequently In- terniptod. lie said : "The credit for the settlement of the great anthracite coal strike belongs not to me. but to ...

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 — 23 January 1903

TUB NORFOLK NEWS : JPJUDAY , JANUARY 23 , 1903. SATURDAY SIFTINGS. 0. A Siuuuolson of Wayne wtw In the city ever night. J , H Cooper -Madison wan a Nor folk visitor yoHtnrday. Rev. ,1. U. Shlok of Tildon wan a visitor to Norfolk yesterday. a. W. Box of Sioux Glty wan mooiinif old friends in Norfolk today. Mr. mid Mr . Carl Grlmson of Tildon worn Norfolk visitors over night. Onrl Nelson , nnd his Hltor-ln law , Miss Cook , loft today for Falrflold. Milts Kttix Dnrlnnil wont to I'ltllnrlow today to spend Sunday with frlmulu and rolattvcB. ShurllV and MrH. .1. J. Olornontfl of Madihon wore in the city yostordiiy vis iting frioiuls. Miss OU'lia Pllgor wont to MndlHon tcxliiy to visit ever Sunday at the homo of her brother , Arthur. Mrs. Ohas. MoDonald arrived in the city from Plurco this morning for u visit with her Ulster , Mrs. 11. Ii. McOormlok. Ohixs. Knapp will leave the first of February for Illinois to visit frioud mill relatives. Ho will also visit nt St. Louis. W. S. TupptT ret...

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 — 23 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 2 , 1)0 ! ) . Correspondent Tells of Work Being Done. NORFOLK ASYLUM FAVORED. Appropriations for it and the Peni tentiary Not Ruled Out by Scars Resolution Getting at Means for Increasing the Revenues. Lincoln , Jan. 10 , ( Special Correspond ence ) : The first two weeks of the leg islative session , as usual , has been devoted - voted to preliminary work. The organization - ization , the formation of committees , and thn printing of the early bills , an usual has hold the attention of both houses. In the work so far done there la little to indicate the ttrength or energy of the individual members. One feature of the organization which has attracted favorable attention is the movement to cut off sinecure places , and hold down the number of employes to a rcaHouablu limit. The senate led in this movement , but there is indication that thu number of places in the house will bo lower than over be fore. In the eonate eight years ago there were 125 emp...

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 — 23 January 1903

8 Tlll < ! NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. JANUARY 23 , 1003 & IN THE NAME OF PHILANTHROPY O"Dryan Ton Haiti , 1PW , liy Hin R 8. Medium ( The PUWFOIIS were double first In ila.vH of calm , lint second when EloriiiN swept over the land-girls , four teen years old nplcco , bright , llcrcoty energetic niul ii ] ) to date. i JThey owned two adjoining ancestral places well riirnlNlied with fathers niul mothers , ii ml from cellars to attics , particularly the attics , with cluilni and things , and with BervantH to dust the chairs and tilings. They owned also bno grandmother In eoinmon besides two or three others In severally. Said their mothers , whom grandmother - mother In common's Illness called nwn.v , "Mow rortnnatc that school Is 111 session ; otherwise ( lie girls might bo lonely , " a maternal euphemism re uniting from long years of practice. Tim term closed , however , without the mothers' presence to soften the blow , ( irandniother-lii'Coninion's lllnoHH necessitated a longer l...

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 — 23 January 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. -4- - - _ - : M-H PART TWO , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 28 , 11)03 ) , PAGES 9 TO 12 Venezuelan Fortress Holds Out Second Day Against Germans. * 'FIRING IB HEAVY ON BOTH SIDES. { Twelve Venezuelans Killed and Fli- , teen Wc/unded on First Day VII- , laoe anfl Fortifications Badly Dan > - ' aged In Spite of Bad Aim. , laracalbo , Jan. 23. The bombar l- ment of Fort San Carlos by the Qqr- man cruisers Vlnota , Panther and Fnlko was continued Wednesday afternoon - noon until 6 o'clock. It was resumed Thursday morning at daybreak. Seven or eight shells were hurled at the fort at 4 o'clock nt long range. They all fell short. At 6 o'clock the PanthoV , being of light draught , closed In and again became actively engaged. The fort replied. At 8 o'clock the engage ment was proceeding fiercely. The correspondent of the Associated Press , In a row boat , approached , o'\o Bide of the fort , out of range , and trom 'this point witnessed the long...

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 — 23 January 1903

* ! " " * ' < * 1 I ! THE NOUFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUA11Y'A 1903. I W , N , UUOU. Publlfluor. UAII.Y. IKitablUhmi. IKH1. r day except Bnmlay. llr carrier r r i&oenti , ly ) mall per year , St.OO. WRKIU.Y NKWH-tlOUUNAI , . , . Tlio Jounml , Mtabllihod IBT1 Rvtrj Friday , llr mail per year , | 1.M , BoUrl at the PwtotHee Rl Norfolk , Nib. , M matter , TelenhonMt Kdllorlnl Department , No. U | Baslneis Ollloe and Job Iioom , No , SSI , Uookofollor'n stoinnoh'oiiu bo in no worno condition thnu are the oyoa of aany NobruhkaiiR who 1mvo boon nsitiR the illuminating fluid bin company linn i n substitute for koroHouo. It IB reported tlmt n HubstHuto for ooal and called coalite is to bo dug up i nd plnood on the market in IlllnolH , What the people proVnbly iloRlro i\ro lower diHOOvorioR ivnd inventions nnd ox * dtmiioiitH nnd moro coal nnd bout. An exchange editor with u inimical unrluiB dlRcovorod that when tbo 13 o'clock whlHtla blown it Ima n mont plouMiiK nnd'innHiotxl xound , b...

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 — 23 January 1903

* - / \ / THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 23 , ITO. Women's Eyes are very sensitive when de f fective. Many women com plain of severe headaches after returning from a drive or walk. This is caused by defec tive eyes and can bo entire ly relieved by properly fitted leubCB. We have had ninny such coses nnd all are fitted successfully , Wo want your name on onr lens record. Dr. Marquardt Ophthalmologist. * - , ; A New Year's Invitation that makes for life , long happiness. The MLkhom B , & 8. association will make you a loan to build or boy on favorable terms. T. E. ODIOBNE , Secretory. a I PARISH Few Specialties New White Clover Honey , Pure Cider Vinegar , Pure Apple Cider , Home - Made Mince MeatCthe good kind ) GOOD Apples , Jersey Sweet Pota toes , etc. , etc. PARISH A Woman's Ankle has been the thorns of more than one poet. Well might it be if encased in one of those beauty-making shoos now shown at The Paluce. There's another beauty about it thn price. Think of a genuine...

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 — 23 January 1903

THE NOltFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1W3 .12 County Treasurer's Semi-Annual Statement. ' balaucn on band the 8th iluy of January , IIK18. RECAPITULATION. Or. Dalanoo on hand July 1 , lt tJ ' $ 48,014 83 llocolvud from Stuto Apportionment 8,017 72 Received from Antelope county ( bridge work ) 84 00 llocolvod from TlioH , J , Taylor , nuporintoiulout Poor Farm 1,581 77 HooolvQil from Clir. Solnnitt ( bridge timber ) 71 50 Koculvod from Stnntou county ( work on county line ) 40 50 Received from H. W. Winter ( Stnnton county warrants ) ( H ) 75 Received from Hmll Winter , county olork ( oxcosa fees ) 752 85 Received from O. A. Sleeper , justice of the puaco ( lines ) 1 00 Received from 0. F. Elsoley , juHtioo of the puaco ( lines ) , 85 00 Received from J. Ii Daniel , jnntloo of the peace ( fines ) 3 00 Received fioin J. II. Gologrovo ( lines ) * v. . ' 10 00 Received from intoroHt from banks _ 083 78 Taxes collected i ' . . . 28.810 07 School hind collections ' . . . ' . ' . - 4,075...

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 — 30 January 1903

; . * THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL. PAKT ONE , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 80 , IJMKJ , PAGES 1 TO 8 J Found Hanging From a Tree at Spring Branch. ADOLPH HILLETELLS OFFIC / . * Man was About 50 or 55 Years " ' Ago and Has Probably Boon Dead Some Days Had Money and To bacco in His Pocket. From Monday's Daily : Adolphllillo , who lives oil the ZuU place , two miles north of the city on First Btroot , reported to the ofllcors this morning that there was the body of a man hanging to a tree near his rr homo. Chief of Police Kane and Commis sioner Winter wont out to investigate and wore shown to the spot by Mr. Hille. The man , evidently a snioido , is a stranger and had nothing on his person by which his identity could be fixed. The corpse is that of a man be tween 50 and 55 years of ago , with gray hair and whiskers. Ho wore a blue overcoat and his other clothes indicated that ho was not suffering for the neces sities of life as they wore warm and comfortable appearing. In o...

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 — 30 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : J'RJLDAY , JANUARY 30 , 190 : ? . Collision on Southern Pacific Near Tucson , Adz , fTWENTY KNOWN TO DE DEAD , Injured Pinned Under Debrli of Wrecked Cars Ar Roasted to Death. Bedlei Charred Beyond Rocofjnltlon. Operator Dlamed for Accident. Tucnon , Ariz. , Jan. 29. The falluro el NlRht Operator Goorco Olough at tValln station to dalltor orders to westbound - bound train No. 9 , known ai the Sun * ot Limited , crutiod a head-end col * llslon nt 3 a. m. , between trains No. 7 ami 8 , fourteen miles oant of Ttiction , and six miles from Valln ntation , with fatal roRUlta. At last account * tyrant ? bodlei have been tnUon from the HUBS of burned nnd charred wreckage * and It Is be- llovod that Roveral moro arc burled In the twisted and Uneloil mam of iron nnd Rtcol. Fallowing Is n list of the Identified dead : J. M. Hilton. J. W. llnico. n. 8. Wllkay , George McOrath. SorlouBly Injured : II.V. . Hurtman , Fnfrlnnw , Mich. ; Frederick Donahue , Battle Creek. Mich. ; ...

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 — 30 January 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 30,1903. The Only Liniment That Has Held The Farmers' Faith For Two Generations. mi/ | r * Tt/r T7f / v A l T It Is the pioneer of liniments. TTllV lflti lVl 1 r' It has stood the test of time. : 7 ' ' * - The more people use it the more faith BECAUSE IT HAS CURED ' - ll/l / I T CLTP A l\Iff the-v have in lt < : . EVERY HURT OF HAN OR BEAST ' ITlLUA 1 /\i lV-l It is just as good to relieve your pains it to relieve the aches to-day as was THAT CAN BE CURED BY A GOOD w w m. r v * - m r > , | I ] V IVl / PIVTTT d Pttllls of y ° ur grandfathers over HONEST , PENETRATING LINIMENT. li 1 1 11 ? AJL l 1 ! sixty years ago. fcoyal Blue Express Crashes In to Local Train. WRECKED CARS CATCH FIRE. Twenty-four Bodies Recovered , Many of Them Charred Beyond Recog nition Disaster Occurs on Central V Railroad of New Jersey. Now York , .Ian. 28. The most ap palling ; railroad wreck that lias oc curred In the vicinity of New York In many years , the IOSH of li...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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