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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 April 1903

I THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AViUL 17 , 1000. ' 11 11 The Only Liniment That Has Held The Farmers' Faith For Two Generations * , ii/r / 9 M H ? VI r * A 1VT u ls lllc iIonccr of N" ' ' " * * . Y ? nV . 1T1 t-r A1 W\rN * h 5 oed the test of time. * * " . . . . _ The more people use it the more faith : MT -t-T t - .r - - BECAUSE IT HAS CURED /Vl / I I TT A IV IT" tlley havc ! " it > ZTH JA 1 \1 1J BVERY HURT OF HAN OR BEAST / \ 1 It is just as good to relieve your pains i THAT CAN BE CURED BY A GOOD , I I1VTMPNT S iV r fflSul " , . ? HONEST , PENETRATING LINIMENT. JL < 11 1 llTlJL.il | 1 sixty years ago. First Statement of Results Given. MANY VOTES OUTSTANDING. Interest Is Certain to Increase as the 'Contest Develops Six Contestonts arc Already In the Field and More are Likely to Appear. The first statement of rrBulta iu the Hospo pinno contest on which tickets f are boihg giveu. nwny by n number of Norfolk merchants nro herewith given and indicates that there will bo n Inrgo '...

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 — 17 April 1903

TJIR NORFOLK NKWSt FltfDAY , APfclL 17 , 190H. Th * Nottf oik Nfctnft If you have a llttlo money , put it in Norfolk property , At n reasonable price it Is n ( info invoRtmont. Other towiiH nml oittrn have b.en growing some , but IhU in Norfolk' * for Rrowlh mill it will grow. The lloworn tlmt wore unppoport to bloom out of deere on lOnntor rnthor ro- eaivcd tbo cold Bliouldor ns fur nit the tronthor in concerned. Norfolk is nbout to outer nil era of growth nnd development tlmt will Bur- priRotho people of thoetnto , if not of ho entire country. Mnrk the prediction. Korfolk city property linn npprcolntcd In vnluo to n largo extent dnriiiK the past year , but the ronl eBtato dealers nro still olTeiltiK n number of cortnln bar- gniiiR tlmt will bo taken with ndviintnuo by someone. With every buRiiioRHumnniul property owner working ImrmnioiiHly together for the advancement of Korfork this city will BOOH begin to show develop ment nnd Improvement tlmt will nmko nclty. There will bo lust...

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 April 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 17 , 11K)3. ) Storm Sweeps over Two Towns in Alabama. TEN PERSON3 LOSE THEIR LIVES Many Residences , Barno and Outbuild. Ings Are Demolished Lees Will Reach High In the Thousands No Communication With District. Evergreen , Ala. , April 16. News has just reached hero by telephone con firming rumors of heavy loss of life and property In the neighborhood of Potorman and Burnt Corn , wrought by a tornado , which passed near there. Ton persons are known to have been killed and numerous barns , residences , fences and outhouses were swept ixway , entailing a loss which will reach high Into the thousands. On account of the bad condition of the wires com ft' munication Is difficult and the only name that could bo obtained of the dead Is Henry Sailer , a well known planter. Several residences were de molished , the timbers falling on tbo occupants , killing and injuring all within the buildings. It will probably bo several days before a correct list of the c...

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 April 1903

I'l THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 17 , 1903. Governor Mickey Has Attached His Signature to Fund , APPROPRIATES MAINTENANCE , Next Stop Will bo AdvortlalnR for Bids On Plnns It Is In Hands of Board of Public Lnnds and Buildings OORH ! In Three Months , [ Krom Monday' * Dully. ] Governor Mloliuy has now signed thn appropriation bill for iiintntoniinoo and Balarlo.M of ollloormuid employes nt tlio Norfolk lioHpltulfor tlio Insane dining the next two years. Tlio amount appro- printtul is $ T > 1,860. Tlio bill wan signed Haturdny nutl now thu onllro amount for the rebuilding of the liiHtltutlou ixnd itn maintenance IB aoinplotoly provided for. for.Tho first nlop to bo taken by wiiy of notlvo operations In the rebuilding will bo the advertising for bids on plans. After thiit will ooino the bldH for con- Htruotion ntid It limy bosafo'y ' ontlmntod that uion will bo on the ground within nlnoty dnyn , putting up the now build ings. ings.Tho The plan now , It IH thought , will bo to b...

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 April 1903

TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 17 , 1903 15 Cold Storage Breaks Record of Any Previous Day. RECEIVE THOUSANDS OF ESGS. Four Carloads Handled Yesterday - day and Disposed of Best of the Eggs arc Stored , Ofhcrs arc Shipped and Some Thrown Away. [ From -Wednesday's Dally. ] This spring lina provuu na unusually good ono for the egg business nud the Nebraska hon is doing her full share toward supplying the people of the world with n very desirable article of food. Eggs by the million Imvo nl- ready boon Imudlod hi Norfolk nnd the Benson IB but llttlo tnoro thixu opened. Thta is indicated by the record nt the Dexter cold Btorngo which did a busl- ness yesterday largely iu excess of any single day since the industry was established in Norfolk. The record shows that the bnsinehs done there ex ceeded that of the best previous dny by more than half , that is , it equalled the best record over previously inudo uud then bettered it by adding \ half asuiu ( as much business. The business ye...

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 April 1903

10 THE NOUl'OLll NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 17 , lflW. ( 3 USTCOE'S "PROTEGE I "By 'Richard Kann w , lil tlir .S. S. JlffCliur Crystal FallH never did ninmmt ( o much n H a show town. The capacity iwnn $ * . ( ) ( > , \vltli chairs In the nlHli'H , hut oxen nt ( lint a performance with- tout n lending innn wan tint ( o lie thought of. Anil Hampton simply coiiltln't play ( lint night anil imiylic- not for Hovornl nlKlitH. A man who can't sprnk uliovo a whl pcr Imi't IIHO- fill us a romantic lover on tin1 Bingo , nd since HUNCOOVIIH the HOI ! of Hlago manager wltji didn't believe In carryIng - Ing people ) On half nalnrli-H over the circuit on tin- chance that tht loadn would hri'iik down Hampton hail no understudy. Ho It UIIH planned to glvo Crystal FallH a "show , " HH CryHtal Kails loved io call It with HtiHcoo playing oppo nlte his .daughter , who WIIH on the printed stun' as Marlu Hamilton. Him- coi > WIIN twenty yours too old for the part and didn't look the young lover nny mor...

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 April 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. PART ONE , NORFOLK , NU1WASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 2-1 , LIMW. PAGES 1 TO 8 .Man Who Cashed Bogus Paper in Norfolk Captured. tHE HAS MENTAL CONFUSIA. I Frank E. Warlngi Alias G. H. Blair , Who Was Wanted In Many States , Arrested by E A. Bullock Ho Was Paroled From Hospital at Tlmo. [ From Monday's Dally. ] E. A. Dullook has roturncd from Onmhii where went to nrrctt n forger Ho found his man , convicted him of the crime iu court and loft the follow be hind the bars of an insane asylnin in stead of the penitentiary. The man passed under the mvmo of G , II. Blair iu this city , cashed checks for $100 at the Oxnard hotel lust Juno , escaped and was only caught by Mr. Bullock last week. Ho was wanted in Illinois , Iowa Missouri , Miohipnn and "Wyoming and several parts of Nebraska. The forger's real nntno is Prank E. Waring and he is the sou of Court Reporter Waring of Douglas county and a brother of Grace Waring , court reporter for Judge Hunger. He was r...

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 April 1903

1) ) 2 TIIE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 21 , Chicago Street Railway Com panies Lose Vast Sums , PIERPONT MORQAN HIT HARD , Bald to Bo One of the Heaviest Losers. Union Traction Company and North nd West Chicago Lines Involved In the Smash. Chicago , April 23. R. R. ( lovln of Now York , J. II. J2ckols niul Marshall R. SampsoU of Chicago linvo boon np * pointed receivers of the Union True- Uon company , North Chicago Street Railway company and the West Chl- caeo Street Railway company. The receivership wan ordered by Judge GroHscup In the United Staten circuit court upon the return , untmtlBfled , of Judgments aggregating ever a million dollnrH In favor of the Guaranty Trust company of Now York. The North Chicago company controls about two-thirds of the entire mirfaco lines of the city and has been nun * pound , until recently , to bo airiong the Btrongtmt organizations In the country. All throe are members of what Is known as the Yorkcs group , although the veteran promoter Is und...

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 April 1903

ITU ! NOUIfOLK NHWS : FRTDAV. AlUlti ! . 1 ( W 3 Dr. Louis Schlesingcr is at the Pacific. 'HIS MEDIUM IS "BROTHER BEN. " 'Diagnosed the Case of Mrs. Glbout of Hastings , Who HatlJ Lizards In Her Stomach Cures Liquor and Tobacco Habits. [ Prom Monday's Daily. ] Dr. Louis SohlesliiKor of Ounitanooga , 'Toim. , a uotod Bplrituallst , arrived HI the city Saturday nftornoou nud is stop- plug at the Paotflo. Dr. Sohloslngor Is probably the oldest medium in the 1 country and IB well known throughout the south and west , Ho gave a remark- nblo exhibition this morning in presence of n roproaoutativo of THE NBWS , by communicating messages appnroutly from the spirit world. His medium of communication , ho claims , Is through his brother "Beu , " whom ho says has "boon sojourning with the spirits siuco 1854. Ho is the nmn who diagnosed the case of Mrs. F. Qlbout of Hastings toll ing her that she had two lizards in her fltomnoh. Under his instructions she dieted and was in the course of a short...

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 April 1903

THE NORFOLK NKWS : MONDAY , APRILS , 1003. Plant n troo. If yoncniiuot plant n tree , try n roue Ji in not necessary for n crop report to imllontn that NobrnKkrvrndlBhoii wo not yet rlpo. _ _ . , Nebraska woftthor IB noniotlmoii "per- iwitly horrid , " hut when It In nloo It IB nloo , " Wodncndny Is Arbor Any nnrt It will Iw np to the people to olworvo the occa sion by planting n tree or Hovornl troos. The trees that Imvo boon well ntnrtod nro budding rapidly , which Is n certain indlontlon that It In the right tlino to 'pl co lu the ground these you Intend to -plant. _ _ _ _ , _ Jf there IH n quoHtlon n \vhothor yon will Imvo time to plnut n iruo on Arbor dny or not , innko unro of the tree miywny by planting ° ° onrlv lu tll ° week mid nnothor Inter. _ Thin In whnt gives thnt gnrdonlng fever , providing the rogulnr old fash- Jouo < l sprluk fovur or the fishing fever does not opornto to unlllfy the fooling thnt goes through the blood nnd bones , It IB ronlly very populnr In Nor...

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 April 1903

Judge Decides Northern Secur ities May Pay Dividends. MONEY FOR SHAREHOLDERS. Opinion Is Quickly Rendered After the Arguments of the Attorneys for Both Sides Have Deen Submitted. Appeal Case la Drawn. St. Paul , April 21. Before United States Circuit Judge Sanborn appeared attorneys for the Northern Securities company and the Northern Pacific anil the Great Northern companies to pro- ncnt their request that the recent decree - creo against the Northern Securities company bo so far suspended as to permit the payment by railroads of the regular May dividends to the Se curities company. Further Instructions from Attorney General Knox were to the effect that he should continue to oppose the pe tition and not agree to any suspension j of the decree. The petition was granted , Jndgo Sanborn announcing his decision at noon. The appeal has been perfected and the bond will be filed at once. j Judge Sanborn's decision allows the Great Northern and Northern Pacific dividends to be paid to stoc...

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 April 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 2 < 1 , 1003 , No Reason Why Norfolk Should Not as Well. EVERYTHING READYFOR RACES , Thlu Oily Could no Well ns not Erect Barns and Shoda for tlio Horses. Ought to Bo on the Circuit Good Trnck Now Here , Norfolk conlil profitably oniulnto the oxnuiplo of the ontorprliluK oltizons of Bottle Orook in their ambition to glvo n race mooting this Riiiunior. The Unttln Orook nmoolntion is Improving Its trunk and building n twulvo fitnll burn nnd will give Its Hooond annual nxoo moot on September 8 , 8 nuilI with purses of f 1,000 in the aggregate. The mooting lo.it year wiw n Btiooos1) flnanulnlly mid othorwlho , ami thin your it in propoflod to ecllpso hut year's effort. It n rnoliiK association can ho successful in Battle Crook there in no rotuton oxuopt lethargy to prevent the horsemen of Norfolk to make this town n monibor of the olronlt und glvo ft mooting that will iulvorlino the town and provo profitable to horse tuou nud merchants. List your Dr ...

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 April 1903

THE NOUFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL Two Bullets Went in Direction of Intruder. HE TRIED A HOME IN HEI3HTS. Mrs. D. D. Hall , Corner of Ninth and Hayes Avenue , Had a Scare Hurry Up Call to Police Man Had Gone. [ From Wednesday's Dnlty. ] It wan u uoiso nt the front door and n burglar who made it that caused Mrs. D. D. Hall to tire pair of bullets nt n man last night and to ooml n hurry up call to the police shortly after. It was the successful got nwrty of the intruder , also , that cnuEod Olllcurs Kana and Koch , when they did nrrivo , to search the neighborhood tvrouml Hayes uveuno and Ninth street for several fruitless hours looking for the ono who inndo the disturbance. At just about 10 o'clock , when the neighborhood in the Heights was quiet , the uoiso nt the front door oumo and gave Mrs. Hall n scare. Slio und boon ill before it , nnyway , and that , with the fact thitt there was money in the house , tended greatly to Intensify the alarm. After the cull had boon sent to Chief K...

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 April 1903

8 I lih [ NOUJ7OLKtiNS ( : FKIiJA \ , AIMUL I \ O/ ' By ALICE MACGOWAN I ( \ > | > wrffM ) , IMJ , Iiy J lf Hun1' * AVwwjxijirr The duBt rose In choking clnuilH. Thu foot of tlio dancers thudded n dull ac companiment to the walling music [ which tlio Mexican sheep shearers drew from harp niul guitar. One or two men wore tlnncliiK with spurs on till n ripped drcas and n shrill fonilnlno protest cxclnileil them from tlio floor. It was u ranch tlnnco at Hilly Mot- low's Har 13 ranchhouNo , and the la dles who graced the occasion , except Louise Morrison and Mlsn Wllllo I'or- tcr , thw Bchoolteacher , were all mnr- tied women. Their nuineroiiH progeny had been Ktowed In an adjoining room. Mrs. Hilly , aware of what would ho expected , hud niadu a lied of lilunUetH end comfortables along ono wall. There thu youngsters reposed , their bare tees sticking out toward tliu bo- bolder. 1'oor flc.no MeKnlght leaned against a doorcaslng and watched tlio dancers. Ho was ouirust from thu wlt...

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 April 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. PART TWO , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 21 , I.IMKi , PAGES 9 TO 12 Daring Man Operates On Train Today. HELD UP CAR PASSENGERS. Used Pistols to Keep Thorn Away. , Tobbetl ? Passengers Stooping at Burlington Station Escaped enTrain Train Jumped Off It. Liuoolu , April 84. Special to the "News : A very bold nud during robber did work iu this city lust night , got out ou n morning train , hold up the pas sengers aboard , at the point of n re volver , and escaped. Nonr morning the ptxssougors sleeping at the Burlington depot were robbed by the nmn. He was discovered in the net and pursued. On an outgoing triilu that had just started , ho oscnpod. Once on the train , ho compelled the conductor , porter and passengers to stay dn ouo end of the car with their hands up at the point of his pistols. Thou ho 'deliberately robbed the entire oar , wont out on the platform and jumped off near Milford. RUSSIA DEMANDS MANCHURIA. . RefuBcs to Evacuate Provin...

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 April 1903

HIE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL H 1003 , THE NORFOLK NEWS \V , N , 11U8U , Publlnlmr. DAILY , IKMntilUliwI , IM7.1 KTorr ilixy oxrnpt Hnnitny. lljr rnrrlor jmr eok , in route. lly mnll t nrycnr _ , W.W. WKUKI.Y MWH.IOUHNAI. : . Tlio Now * , cstMilUJiwUMI. Tlio Uouriml , p lnlill licil , 1877. K ory l-'rlilixy. lly nmll > nr yonr , f I.M. Brrcui. NoilCK. Adtnnco iil > orl | > lloiii to llio NKWH JOURNAL will bo tnkou until OeloUnr 16. tlio ruto of 11.00 l-er jmjr. Ol. ul. . erllri mi v linvo Urn but oIH of IliU rMo ly | M lln ntrei rnKO n ilnto id Uio rwilnr nli. MriplTon ntlcii r will ml linttltfiirnyn onnr ) In < Yl"Yl.0lnTllIi ! . nt tlio iHwlolHco nt Norfolk , Nob.ns sooiul olnts nmllor. Talet < liotieM KdltorIM PctmBtit , No. 21. llunlucti ntllco nnd Job Koonit , No. X2. Itnmybo spring , but ft brcnth of air lingers behind Unit nmiumoH decid edly wlutorinh ohnrnotorlBtics i\t thuofl. South Aiuorion IB generally reputed to bo the worst Bootlou o ( the world for w...

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 April 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AIMUL 21. 1H03 , Mo Age is Free From Eye Troubles. If yon deslro to prevent , avoid tronblo nnd expense , you should have your oyoH examined , learn tholr condition nud follow ndvico. I uui nt your Borvico. Consultation freo. DR , MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , \ AFTER A HOUSE ! The Elkhorn B. & S. nssocia'ion ' will make you a loan to build or buy on fa vorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH THE RELIABLE GROCER PARISH SPRING SHOES FOR MEN AND BOYS occupied our thoughts mouths ago. Our Windows and shelves show the results of our thinking , nud appeal to thinking men. Not to take up too much of your time we will consider it a favor if yon will let us know that yon cannot find in this store a shoe to suit you as to style , leather , make , fit , finish and price. We Keep Open Evenings until ' 9:00 : o'clock The Palace Shoe Store. The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 21 hours ending at 8 a. m. to duy : Maximum temperature 8...

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 April 1903

A. H , BKALL , Mnnnger , J , O. JOHNSON , ReMdont Mnnngor , ONE NIGHT ONLY , fRIDAY , APRIL 24 A Grand Scenic Production UcallRllo Rural Ltfo. The Young Character Oomodlan CT. C. and hlR Bl Comedy Company in , an ICn- tire Now He-written Vorwion of the Up- to-date nnnni i SI. PLUNKARD ! An p-to date Fnrco Comedy. A ulrong anil ulllolont Cotmidy Co. OUR win mmmwxxv ? "Wo Carry Our Own Special Scenery. SEE "klfo " tl'o ' Fnnu. ThoThrosh ing Machine Scone. The Country Fair Scontv Finest Solo Orchestra on the Road , LOOK OUT For "Si" and his Ooun try Bund Parade. For the Funniest Street Parade over soon. Admission , Only 25o , 3fio and 50o. THE CLOSING"EVENT'OF THE SEASON , I Will quote you prices for this week : Lion ColTeo , per 11 > $ .10 Arbuokl' s Oolitic , per Hi 10 All other grades reduced in proportion. Tomatoes , per can .10 Host corn , per can 7)ifo K.irly Rose Potatoes , per bu. .20 Good onions , per poo.t .20 Sugar , SOlbs 1.00 Full cream cheese , per 11) 15 Good laundry ...

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 — 1 May 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PAET ONE. NORFOLK , NHMUSKA , 1'IUDAY , MAY I , 1003. PAGES 1 TO 8 .State Commissioners Work ing in Norfplk , TWO HOOP NETS THIS MORNING Wore Found With Forty.SIx Fish nt Five Dollars Per Henry Raasch Had Sot Them Officers are Down . .Northfork Today. [ From Saturday's Dally. ] In the two hoop nets thnt ho had rstrung in the Northfork river , Henry Haasoh , who lives north of the city , caught more than the mere bunch of forty-six IMi thnt hud gotten entangled in the meshes Inst night. Besides these , which might not have been a bad haul in themselves , ho found , when ho came to examine the netp , that he had throe officers of the state wnil ing for him to liolp look nftor the loud. State Fish Commissioners George B. Simpkius nnd George L. Carter of Lin coln , nrrived in the city yostordny nnd , accompanied by Deputy Commishionor Jlniuoy , of this city , miido n sonrch Along the banks of the Btrenm. At the farm of Herman Ransch they found two hoop n...

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 — 1 May 1903

TUB NORFOLK NEWS ; MUIM , MAY 1 , ! ( ) : > . Mountain Top Crashes on to Town of Frank , Alberta , BOULDERS DLOCK THE HIVER. Stream Which Flows Through Center of Town la Dammed Up Houses Smothered Under Tons of Stones. Disaster Resembles Volcanic Action. Vnncouvor , April SO. Overwhelmed Ty ) countless tons of rock shortly nftor 4 a. in. nnil with probably 100 of ltd Inhabitants killed almost Instantly , the Httlo mining town of Frank , In Boulhwostaru Alberta , Is throatcnod with complete destruction by Hood. Old Man's rlvor , which Hews throiiRh the center of the town. IB dammed up with the fallen rock to the height of nearly 100 foot. The waters of the rlvor are dammed up for miles and Uio ontlro valley above the town IB flooded. A blj ; body of water la press- IUB with force upon the dam the wily protection the town of Frank now has unless the rlvor finds another chan nel. Should the Impromptu dam break the entire village would bo swept away. A dispatch from Frank says : "A t...

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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