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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 6 February 1903

I/I / THE NORFOLK. NEWS : PJIIDAY. FEBUUAUY 6 , 1903 , HER FIRST $100. \Vlmt 1i DpIlRtitfnl CrrntiirtIHil AVItli It After Rlm-h Ailrlcr. ' How she acquired It It dooa mil really matter -possibly by teaehliiR Hchool , I ' pnlntliiR lire PPICPIIB or washing. Anyway - way when Hho fount ! hei-self In POSHCH. ftlon of the Hum she net ( ilioul lo HPO what Hhc could do with It. Certain amiable friends told her It would bo very nlco to buy some new I\ dresses , hats , gloves , shoes and micli. Hut Hho hnd a full nnHorlimnl and didn't require anything of the Horl. An mint told her to Invent It In a certain telegraph stock that would bring In peed Intercut. "Hut 1 want my hundred dollara all to myself , jou Itmiw. " "Poor , foollHh dear , U will all bo yours , Just the name. You can UNO the Interest Just the mime. I know where * you can draw- why , 0 iier cent. " "Wli-at ? That IH only $ < ! a yenr ! Six dollars IH awfully small hy the nldu of this. I'm going to count It ngalu. Maybe some...

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 — 13 February 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PART : ONE , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FHHRUARY [ , li)0 ) . PAGES 1 TO 8 Elkhorn Will Improve This Summer. LOCATION IS OF INTEREST 'Will Indicate Intentions Regarding Enlargement largoment of Engine House General - oral offices Will bo Maintained ir Omaha. [ From Saturday's Dully. ] Plarts for the construction of now coal sheds liavo boon reoolvod by tin Elkhorn officials nt South Norfolk , The plans contemplate doing away will : the bucket and derrick system now env ployed nud the coal will hereafter bo loaded by the use of ohntes. Junctior people are Interested in the location oi the now chutes as they are of the opln. ion that there location will determine whether or not the contemplated en largement of the engine house there ii to be undertaken. Work on the shode will probably bo undertaken as soon m iho weatlur opens up sufficiently tc 'permit it. It is now reported from Omaha that there may be nothing in the rumor that the Northwestern is t...

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 — 13 February 1903

TlIE NORFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY , FEBRUARY 13 , lflOi. : < .Blaze Destroys Big Storehouse at Rock Island. 1VA8T STORE OF MUNITIONS BURN Flames Lick Up Nearly Two Million Dollars' Worth of Military Equip- tncnt Firemen From Nearby Cities Aid Arsenal Brigade. llopk Inland , 111. , lnb. 12. Shop "A , " ttio principal IHBUO ntorohouso nt ttio 3lock Inland arsenal , was destroyed last night by flro , together with Itn contents , which Included cnvnlry and Infantry oqulpinuntH of every doscrlp- lion , nnd 1,000,000 roiuulii of Krag- JorgcnHon BinokoloHn nnutuinUlon. The contontH wcro worth $1,500.000. The building wan n masHlvo structure , Ihroo Htorlim In height , and wan erect' rd twi'iity years ago nt a coat of $100- con. con.Tho The flnniOH In the great government liintltntlon endangered property worth many tliucH the amount lost. The flro wan under control by 1 o'clock this morning , at which hour Major Dlnnt , the ronunandant , ontlmatcd the loss nt $1.000,000. The Hock Inland ar- n...

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 — 13 February 1903

Till ! ) NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 13 , 1003. r Take oif -JO your Old Railroa * , C. 8" .TROOPS ig emala M/ ' at to an Old Friend I Dlepa * ' , ' , . * ' ; MEXICAN MUSTANG UMIMBNT. . . . Its Year of Jubilee has come. Sixty gears of faithful service to Man and Beast entitles it teA A GRAND DIAMOND JUBILEE. and the grateful respect of the millions yllo have found freedom from pain through its curative powers. Your sires and grand sires used Mexican Mustang Liniment because it healed their hurts and cured the "ills .of their domestic animals. What Mexican Mustang Liniment did for mankind and brute kind 60 years ago it does to-day. Jl lias always cured and always will cure any and everything that a good , honest liniment can cure. L , It Soaks Right Down Through The Muscles. it goes quickly to the very core of the cause and stops the most deep-set , excruciating pains almost instantly. flexican Mustang Liniment has stood the test of years. People have unbounded faith in it all th...

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 — 13 February 1903

Th fiot folklewis It will tnlto a big calamity of nomw nortto prevent Norfolk from growing nnd prospering this year. ill The little word "mlHsent" undoubtedly delinquencies of edly covorn a multUudo cies In the postoftlco department. In vlow of what has boon done during the early part of the season the ground hog might reasonably afford to cut olT a week or two of his penalty. Why couldn't nome Ingenious yankee Hot oven with the coal trust by tapping the heat at the editor of the earth and piping it to the surface for heating pur- pOHOH ? The allies have decided that they will have nothing further to do with Minister - tor Bowen and limlrit that President , 'Uoo8ove.lt arbitrate their difforonoon or they will take the matter before the Hague court. Kdltor J. W. Iluntsbergor of the Ponder Republic , who has been nerving litn town IIH poRtmastor since April , dlod very suddenly at hto homo in Tender on Sunday from erysipelas of the face. The Ltllio mnrdor trial will soon again bo fill...

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 — 13 February 1903

TUB NOIUfOLK NEWS : FRIDAY FKB11UA11Y IN , IH08 11AIV m Old Railr- mala Reported as Flght- ig Honduras and Salvador. C. .TROOPS MASSED ON FRONTIER. Dispatch to London Paper Says Strife Has Began United States Will Have Warship on Scene Blockade i of Amapala Declared. London , Feb. 10. The Dally Mail publishes a dispatch from Guatemala declaring that war has been pro claimed between Guatemala on one aide and Salvador and Honduras on the other. According to Panama advices Guate mala and Salvador were on the point of war the beginning of this month. The Salvadorean and Guatemalan nrmlcs , led by their respective presi dents , were on the frontier , accom panied by revolutionary refugees , Troops were constantly leaving the capital of Salvador for the Guate malan frontier. Nicaragua was ac tively helping General Regalado , pres ident of Salvador. The Central American situation Is further complicated by the Interven tion of Guatemala on one side and Nicaragua and Salvador on the other 1n...

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 — 13 February 1903

( \ THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 13 , 1903. SATURDAY SITTINGS , QoorgoKbnrly was up from Stanton today on business , MrB. llttolioook of Ploico wan ft Nor folk guest yiwturdny. , T. B , McDonald was in Norfolk this morning from Pierce. Win. Oox wnfl clown from IMiilnvlow yesterday on buslnoBH. 0. 8. Hayes wont to Olourwntor lost night on u bmdnetw visit. Mr. mill Mrn. J V , French of Wuyno worn Norfolk visitors ovur nlKht. Sliorlir .1. , T. OlomcmlH won ever from Madison tocliiy on ollloiul ImsinuBH. ' lA. . Boulor loft yoHtcirclny for Now York to iitiroluibo n spring Block of dry goods. Misses Lonn ixnd Nora liana of Battle Crook visited with Norfolk frionclH ycB- torcltiy. Miss Pearl Muokny of Stftiiton Haw the presentation of "Tho OhriBtlnn" hero last night. Clark mill LUllo Fox Who huvo boon visiting with frloncU in OrolKhtnn , will rotnrn tonight. A. L ILxon , .T. H. Pooblon iincl 10. M. Brnuo wui-o ix trio of Pliiluviow oitl'/.oiiH who were visiting Norfolk today. Mrfl...

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 — 13 February 1903

THE NORFOLK. NEWS : FRIDAY , FKURUARY 13 , 11)03. ) Old Railroad Project is Re vived. C. & N. W. ABSORBS ELKHORN Two Systems Will Hereafter bo Con ducted as Ono Plan is to First Lease and then Purchase the Road , [ From Wednesday's Dully ] The Sioux City Journal of yesterday contains n revival of the rnuior tlmt the Ynukton & Norfolk inilway may bo ooustructod. The plan mentioned would probably not bo fnvornblo to Norfolk - folk as , if it is contemplated to intiko the line n feeder for the Great Northern through Ynukton. the line might not be extended beyond Osmond. The Journal report Bays : "Tho tail of the old Yauktou , Norfolk and Southwestern railroad hns begun to wiggle again , this being the first wign of life that has appeared in many moons. "This rend originally was promoted by , T. Trumbull Pierce , nti Englishman , Who after cutting A swath at Yauktou , ab-conded with the bonds of the com pany. The plan of the company was to build a line from Yuuktou to Osmond , N...

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 — 13 February 1903

JLii U INKVVS : FttlDAY , FEBRUARY 13 , 1003 M. L. M , by ( he S. .S. McClurt ( Yunjxiny Her name wan PHsellln , but through abbreviation and corruption It became "S'ltlu" and Ilimlly1 degenerated Into "Silly. " "So cany , tlq o\on IIUIIICH go to the dogs , you know , " she explained to Dick. There \vi > rc MHIIO people In the vil lage who did not hesitate to wiy ( lint Billy lior eir would "go to the dogA" come ilay , V.1io lind niton "Hhlftlesn wuys. " Slu > preferred to wear plnln clothes rnther tlnin upend tlino InilooiN on iic.ode\vork. | , , Shu could not 1m counted on 'for ' lllo sowing elrelo nor dragged to the debating widely. More over , HIU ! was not MH fond of going to church and Sundny Kchool IIH Him might hine heen. "It Ills me , Dick ! " Hlie cried , her face , pink imil white MH their petals , framed In a bough of apiilu blosHoma. Her eyes were IIH hluu aH forget niti- notH , and her hair wart like the golden tassels of the corn. "Tho name ( Ha. 1 haven't any H...

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 — 13 February 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS-JOURNAL y p AET TWO , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , KRIDAY , REKRUARY ,18 , J.003 , PAGES 0 TO 12 Court Room Crowded With People to Hear Arguments. SUGGESTS A SLIDING SCALE. Coal Baron Makeo Offer to Contract 'Miners Defends Combinations of Capital as Necessary and Says ' Union Is Giant Monopoly. Philadelphia , Fob. 13. Doforo an an- fllencohat ' filled orery part of the rpacoMlii the United States circuit courtroom George F. Baer of the 'Rcadlfig company made his closing ; ar- tutnbnt for the coal operators before the itrlko commission yesterday and Clarence S. Darrow , chief counsel for ' th'SFmlners , also began the summing lip for the men. The two sessions /wore extremely Interesting and the ipVlnclpal speakers hold the attention Of the auditors throughout their re- I Sparks. The greatest Interest was inanlfcsted In Mr. Baor's appearance Before the commission to plead the Sikso of the mine owners. Ho declared Hint the miners' union Is a giant mo- 'tiopoly and defended co...

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 — 13 February 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 13 , 1903. W , N. ITUBB. Publlnhor , DAILY. Kitftbllllimt , 1SH7 , Krenr < 1 j iept Bnmlnjr , Ilr rnrrlar l > r > vt k , li nti , UT mall > r r , W.OO. WKKHI.Y Ni\VH.OUHNAI , , The Nwititnollili ( l , IHfrt. The Journnl , AiUblUliixl 101 ? Kt try Frldny. I IT mall par jronr , $1.60. feUr l nt the Poitoniea At Norfolk , Neb , , ni oond elan mutter , TtUnhonnit Rilltorlal Uojnarlmont , No. Q | HailuMi Ollloi and Job Hoomi. No , B2S. \Votnon nro ndvlnod not to wonr diamonds onrrlugfl in Chicago vrhoro thug * bite olT the loboR of the oars to obtain the vnlnnblo stones. The proas bureau of the Nebraska real estate dealers association la doing active avork , They nro not , aa ROHIO iumgiuo , engaged In booming the real estuto of the commonwealth. The land la doing nil that in nocowmry in that ( It- root loa itself , and the press bureau in merely letting interested people of the unfit know what the soil la accomplish ing. It has boon produ...

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 — 13 February 1903

THE NORFOLK NRW8 : FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13. MM. II LIQHT WAVES REACH THE EYE correctly or iucorrootly according to Its condition. If iucorrootly the sight is defective and andGLASSES GLASSES must be worn. A test will decide wlmt strength will bo required. Thu cost of tbo glasses will bo determined bv the nature of the lenses nud tbo material lu the f rnuio. lu uny cusu it will bo mod orato. Ophthalmologist , WORTH I fSWtlGHTN COLD The.Etkhofn B & S. nssocia ion wil make' you a loan to build or bay on fit Toruble terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. ISN'T ALL ALIKE , \ 'Though Most Folks Would SAY so ! There are different grades of each kind. Maybe- yon think GRANULATED is all alike , but it isn't. It'B a small thing , but we're careful about it. If there arc two qualities , we always get the better one. Butter , per pound , 15o to 20o. Eggs , per doz. . 15o. Banner Oats , with dish , 17 c. Calumet Baking Powder , per ponnd,20o Lion Coffee , per ponnd , lOc. XXXX Coffee , per Ib , lOc. ...

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 — 13 February 1903

12 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEHRUAUV 13 , 1903 FATE AND MRS. MAGUIRE Dy M. LOUISE CUMMINS Oo ) > vrf0M , IPOS , by ( he , S. S. AfrOlttrr I O O OO"O - OOO - - OO OO < < Mm. Mngulro looked up from her knitting u second tlmo to moot the ssui'o pnlr of brown eyes. Again n nenso of fiunlllnrlty In their gnto went over her. "Anil , Hiiro , tlicro'd bo nothing lUningo In that , " she Holllmitilzctl , "after mo beltut attendant In tltln watting room for the past llfteen .vciirfl. " Nevertlieh'Hs hop mind wont buck gropingly trying to plnco the girl alt- tint ; opposite. Hlio gave a quick Blanco nnd reached what ha Bought with Hitch suddenness Unit she fairly start- Ml , ' "TIs the very wiui the very wan , " Him muttered. "But , Lord love nu all , wlmt him changed her HO inuuh ? " Presently Hlu > roHo , Holding her knlt- tl K I" her left bund , and miido n llttlo tour of the 'room , picking up paper hero , Htrnlnhtonlng n cluilr there , np- pnrontly latent only upon her luwln...

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 — 20 February 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. V PART ONE , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , KKIMUAKY 20 , J 08 , PAGES 1 TO 8 University Advertises * List of Subjects and Speakers. TO BE HELD MARCH 0. AND r / Dr. Avery Will Toll of Sbr/Afy , < , Poison In Cattle and How to Man. tain Land Fertility Prof. Lyon Will Talk Regarding Seed Corn. [ From Saturday's Dally. ] Bills have boon itsued nuuoutiolng the program for the Farmers' lustltuto which is to bo hold iu tills city Friday nnd Saturday , March 0 nnd 7 , uudnr the auspices of the state uulverslty nud the local organization , nud are free to all. 'T There will bo an afternoon and evening session on Friday , and morning , afternoon - noon and evening sessions Saturday. ( The university management has prepared - pared the following program of opeakora and subjects , which may bo X suppllmouted by other numbers on the part of the local committee : 1 "Sorghnm Poison In Cattle Main- y tainlng Fertility of the Land , " Dr. Samual Avery , State Univ...

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 — 20 February 1903

i THE NORFOLK NEWS : MUDAY , PEBRUA 2YO , JU)0 ) : > . Committee Not Yet Ready to Report , NOT MUCH DOING AT LINCOLN , A Few Appropriation Dllla Hnvo Deon Introduced but They Must All Keep In the Background Until the Revenue - nuo Measure Is Dtnposod or. Lincoln , Fob. 18 , ( Special correspond ence ) . AH was expected n week HKO , the roTcnno committed wan not roivly to report this wok , nntl was rondlly granted more tlmo. The main features ot the bill hart boon agreed upon by the members , but the actual work of the compilation had yet to bo clone. On thU a committee of fllx lawyers has put In n solid week , and a report of the finished product IB expected in a clay or two. In the mean tlmo it in notlcoablo thnt. faith in the ultimata passive of n revenue bill has grown among the mom- born of the legislature , as well ns among outsiders. This shown n ooiiHldorublo confidence in the members of the rev- onno committee , The program an outlined by ono of the members of the rovcnno...

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 — 20 February 1903

TIM NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 20,1003 , IT WAS THE BEST WHEN YOUR FATHER WAS A IT IS THE BEST NOW ! X-X X X \ X XX * 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 flus- 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 < /'X'X > X-'V-X > XXV'X' XX 'X'XX'XxX'X XxX X'XyX''X 'V 'X- -Cuts Are Filled With Snow and Traffic is Stopped. 'WORST BLOCKADE OF WINTER. Passenger Trains and a Num ber of Freights Tied Up In Wyom ing wind Blows Snow Off Range. Breaks Record In Kansas. Cheyenne , Wyo. , Feb. 18. The worst ' blockade of the winter was in force yesterday on the roads entering Chey enne. A strong wind filled all cuts and trains have been unable to move. Seven passenger trains and a number of freights are snowbound on Sherman hill , the Cheyenne and Northern is bl...

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 — 20 February 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , 1WB11UAUY 20 , 1003 The Norfolk Ncuas The bnokbotio of winter 1ms absolutely BO flaw * phowliiR notyct. IKckH may tlmnk hln lucky Rtarn thnt doesn't Intolll- tbo ground hog ponnojfl cnouKh to riuauroo with hint. Air. llocknfollor will probably hero- nftor reverse his order of doing buRlncBH vrith the senate , It miiy bo oxpootod that ho NV.ll Imvo hlx COUIIBC ! proccdo ny tolcgniniB In the future. . Fobrunry haH now dono. lla full duty nlong the weather line nnd haa the common coiiBont of the people to rotlro AS fast as the two remaining weeks of the mouth can go. Alabama in rushing the Hoa on by having floodi ) in February. The Btnto might reasonably hiivo waltud for March before occupying npaco with jlood atorloB. 1'aporn are talking about Miles around the earth an though the moruBt Infant with intelligence but Bllghtly budded wouldn't know that It wan miles around the planet on which wo livo. That old faithlonod chopper of wood who fallH to notlco the ...

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 — 20 February 1903

TUB NWtfOLK NBWSs PRIM * ' lKRKUAHY2rt Losses of Cattle and Sheep Will Be Heavy. ZERO WEATHER IN MANY 8TATE9 Wintry Slants Slay Live Stock V/eak- ! cncd by Prolonged Snowstorms. Lives Lost and Property Destroyed | In the South. ChoycnneVyo. . , Feb. 17. Report B from nearly every section In Wyoming nro to the effect thnt the weather throughout the state IB Intensely cold. Stock on the ranges , especially thnt which started the winter In poor con dltion , Is suffering severely anil heavy losses tire predicted. The open conn try Is covered with snow to an un- tiRtml depth , and cattle and sheep arc slowly famishing , being too weak to paw the snow from the ground. In the southern half of the state ns a whole thin has been one of the hardest winters on-stock In the history cf the stock Industry. One severe storm ! ' follow vl another nnd stock of all Vlurfi IH now in poor condition. In some 'oonlltlos ' there IP an nbun- danen of h"v nnd the losses will amount to t "ic'lcnllv nothing ,...

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 — 20 February 1903

6 THJB NORFOLK NEWS ; mUDAY , FEBRUARY 20 , 1903. SATURDAY SIFTINQS , O. E. Powell tn In the city from Omaha. ,1 , D Sparks was n Norfolk visitor yesterday from Stnuton , A , K , llomoiulcr in down from Plain- vUi\r today on buHlnoHH. S. D. Forney of Grolghton Is lu Norfolk - folk on business todny. Miss Esther Mason U homo from hoi ; Bohool work nt Tildon to visit ever Hun- dny. dny.Ohns. Ohns. Inuoh of ttmillo Mills in In the city on business nnd to moot old tlmo friends , Pctor Rubondnhl of Mndlrton wns transacting buslnuss In Norfolk ychtor- day. day.Mr. Mr. nuil MM. Artliur P. PilRor of Mndlson nro visiting with Norfolk rol- ntivos nud frlmidH. Will Smith nnd sister , Miss Llralo , of Grcon Gurdon , iiro visiting t the. Pllger homo on conth Fifth street. Will Woyo nnd sister , MHH ! nro guests of MUscs Otclln niul Uortlm Pllpor. They nro from Portngo , Win. r Mr. nnd Mrs. N. A. Hntnbolt outer- Ulnad thu whist olub Inst night , nil pnrtlolpants enjoyed the ovuulng to ItH fullest...

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 — 20 February 1903

TIIE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , F151WUARY 'JO , 11103. Data Showing Number Who Came to Norfolk. AVERAGE , GOO VISITS A YEAR. Vast Difference Between the Cost of Coming to Norfolk or Going to Lin coln and Hastings North Nebraska Institution Should bo Rebuilt. [ Krom Monday's Dally. ] Norfolk , Feb. 10. While I was in the Norfolk asylum I tried to keep some data regarding the number of visits patients received from relatives or friends. Some patients wore visited by friends monthly and in many instance * several friends of a patient came at the same time , but reducing all those visits to an average for 150 patients , I found that 25 patients received 110 visitors , while each of the remaining 12. " ) re ceived .what was equivalent to four visitors per year. This would make COO visits by relatives or friends to pa tients each year. As nearly us I could estimate the averagedistance traveled by each visitor was 85 miles , or 170 miles for the roiuid trip , some visitors from thn extreme we...

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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