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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 22 May 1903

TilK NOKPOL1C NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 22 , 1003 Mathcwson Post Have Charge as Usual. WILL BE SERVICES ON SUNDAY. Details of Veterans Will Visit the Schools on the 20th Memorial Day Address by Rev J. F. Poucher and Sermon by Rev. W. J. Turner. [ From Wednesday's Dally. ] Memorial Day , Muy 80 , 100 ! ) , will bo obsotved as in former years , under the nnspicos of Mnthowsou pout , ntul "Woman's lloltof corps. In the morning the old soldiers nnd Woman's Relief corps , headed by com- pauy L , N. N. G. , as escort of honor , accompanied by the Norfolk ilro department - mont prooudcd by the mayor and city council , will form at 10 o'clock nndor the direction of Marshal Beswiok , and proceed to Prospect Hill cemetery where the graves of the old soldiers and de ceased members of the Woman's Relief corps will bo decorated under the direc tion of Post Commander Wentlnrby , assisted by the post chaplain , the Rev. J. 0. S. Wfills. In the afternoon pnblio exercises will bo hold at the Auditorium , ...

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 — 22 May 1903

WHEN ASHLEY CANCELED Uy WILLIAM MOKK1S Copyright , IftK , liy McOliiro'rt Kowt > | > taipr HymlloiMo. "TVTYYVVYVT YYTYTTYVTYTYYV "Herbert Ashley , lightning llliiH- trntor. " So ran tlio legend on tin * programme. But the luulloiH'o whlcli wan patiently Bitting through tlio onrly number of the continuous Mil tmroly guvo ( lie line n Klnnco , Tlio hi'iiilllners llioy nil Itnow and wcro anticipating with picas- uro , hut they wanted to wo no MIC- cession of miowHloniiH , vividly colored marines and sketchy llgnri'H whlcli iwhen completed could Im turned upside flown and prove to bo something en tirely illfferunt. Hut , \vlilk- the public and tlui nwiia * RCI-H cared nothing for tlio lightning nrtlst and conslderodv him a necessary evil to lie Hwl In IlllliiK In better autH , ( ho people In hlH own little world bo * liliul thu wows regarded him with a curlotiH Intercut not unmixed with ro * ei > ect. When Mimle : Kt'iiiliigton , the toe dancer , conllilrd to her bent friend th...

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 — 22 May 1903

I Y THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PART TWO. KOllFOLK , NU1UIASKA , Jj'lUUAY , MAV2 , .1003 , 1'AGrES 0 TO Crowded Suburban Car Set on Fire by Lightning , PASSENGERS BADLY SHOCKED. Citizens Who Saw the Dlsastnr Res cued Occupants from Cremation. Most Modern Boiler Plant in Country Destroyed , Mill Crook , Ohio , May 22. Special to The News : During the storm hero lightning struok n crowded suburban car , aud every person on board the ear was so badly shocked as to roudor thorn unconscious. h-r' ' To add to the horror of the situation 1 the car took flro aud threatened the cromatiou of Us unconscious occupants. Citizens who witnessed the accident .and realized the danger rushed to the assistance of the people ou thn car aud by their work rescuud thorn from a death by cremation. Apartment Houses Burned. ' Brooklyn , May 23. Special to The News : Eight apartment houses in a thickly populated pivrt of this city were dostroyeed by flro at midnight lust night. There wore many narrow esca...

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 — 22 May 1903

10 THE NORFOLK JS'KWS : U1UDAY , MAY 22 , UJ03 , Biseoant Sale 20 Per Cent. OXFORDS BEGINNING BHHMAIHHBiHHHOM WB ' * * * 1" Jloney Saving 20 Per Cent. SFTTURDMY , Wo will make a 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT on all Women's , Misses' and Children's Oxfords. Now is the proper time to purchase while in season. We do not wait until winter to offer Bargains in Summer Goods. Our stock is entirely new and first-class. OXFORDS. OXFORDS , Regular Price $ 1.25 , go at $1.00 OXFORDS , Regular Price $1.50 , go at $1.20 OXFORDS , Regular Price $2.00 , go at $1.60 OXFORDS , Regular Price $2.50 , go at $2.00 OXFORDS , Regular Price $3.00 , go at $2.40 OXFORDS , Regular Price $3.50 , go at $2.80 SANDAL5. Full line of Ladies' Sandals go at 20 Per Cent Discount. BROKEN LINES. We also have many Broken Lines of Men's , Women's , Misses' and Children's Shoes , which we will sell very cheap. H This Sale is for CASH ONLY , as the Cash is what we need. GWERHiG PinjiO We Give Tickets. THE NORFOLK NEWS W. N. UUSE , P...

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 — 22 May 1903

THE NOIll-'OIJC NEWS : FUlljAY , MAY 22.11)03. ) 11 OPHTHALMOLOGY ! A Science for the Analysis of the Causes of Human Ills and How to Abolish Them. TO Arc you well ? If not , TOWOMEN rink yourself those WOMEN I . qnostiouB. How long have I suffered ? How much have I suffered ? How hiwo I been trouted ? How much did it cost ? How much benefit did I re- oelvo ? Why did the doctors fnil ? Worn they trontiug tbo CIIUHO , or were they treating the symptoms ? Have I couBultod an ophthal mologist ? DR. . MARQVARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST. * AFTER A HOUSE ! The Elkhorn B. & S. associa ion will make you a loan tu build or buy on fa vorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARJSH THE RELIABLE GROCER PARJSH GOOD FORM in shoes is always "on tap" at this store. Men may find hero the latest and best in Oxfords and othei low-cut shoes low out in price as well as in shape. The only high thing here is the ceiling and the quality of the goods we sell prices are nowhere near the ceiling. We Keep Open E...

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 — 22 May 1903

f TIIJB NORFOLK NEWS , ; FRIDAY , MAY 22 , IP03. itto The Pooploa Store will not bo open for buMutaH until the IOFH by 11 ro and water haa boon ndjimtod by the Insurance companies. It in expected thu atom will bo open no nsnal the first of the week , Strawberries. . . A lurgd shipment of botrlra him jnot arrived nnd will ho sold nn thn Mdownlk in front of the Mora at n grunt saczlfh'o. Yours Trulv , i. mm co. WATCHFUL EYES > t note every stop in cake making appre ciative eyes , when the Hour employed Is tuo hlghlv priwi Bon Ton brand. It's only u Htop from thin flour to delicious cake n atop all Rood cooks Ictiow how to take and all oed cooks spunk in warm pralsu of Bon Ton flour. DR. BERTHA AHLMAN , Physician Phone 107. for Ladles and Children. Headers of Omaha papers have read colutna of ads. about fire , Binoko , water , iuvontory , removal , alteration , and other pinno snlos and now a "strike sale" has struck Norfolk. Thcso Bolioiucs have boon ridiculed and exposed by the tr...

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 — 29 May 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PART ONE. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , A1AY : > , JUUH. PAGES 1 TO 8 , Executive Discusses the Brib ery Charges. SAVAGE WAS NOT IMPLICATED. Present Governor Did Not Mean to Implicate the Ex-Official Tolls How the Story Originated Not Respon sible for Misrepresentations. Lincoln , May 29. Kx-Governor Sav age , laboring under the impression that Governor Mickey had Implicated him In bribery charges In an luir-A view recently given out by the latter , demanded an explanation from Gov- . . / f ornor Mickey. At the conclusion of T I their Interview Governor Mickey said that ho had not meant to Implicate Sav age and denied that his Interview would give that impression. Savage wan accompanied to the gov ernor's offlco by Postmaster Slzor and J. E. Hayes , two former oil Inspectors , and a press representative. Hayes was shut out of the Interview. The press representative acknowledged to Governor Mickey that the dispatches sent out from here regarding the...

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 — 29 May 1903

I HW 1MUUAX , MAI l\)06. Discount Sale 20 Per Cent. reports also were heard during the day , which on the whole had boon the busiest of the assembly's session. The fact that creed revision was to como up attracted the largest crowd Chat 1ms attended any meeting since the opening. After disposing of some business of minor Importance , Moder ator Coylo announced that Rev , Dr Henry Van Dyke of Princeton , chair man of the committee on bills ant overtures , would submit the report o the committee on revision. At the Conclusion of the reading ot the re port Dr. Van Dyke spoke briefly on the changes Incorporated therein. HI epeech was QUO of the most imprcs eivo that has been delivered before the assembly and was said by some of the commissioners to bo the most notable over made on the faith re vision. Dr. Van Dyke was frequently Interrupted by applause from the com missioners. Ho said ho wished to xzrako it clear to the assembly , and es pecially did ho wish to say to the brethren of th...

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 — 29 May 1903

TUB NORFOLK N13WS : I'lUIUY , MAY 21) ) , IflOIi r y i ' 1 . * , W ORSE BDGGY gD r GIVEN AWAY ! * . * . Absolutely Free to the MOST POPULAR LADY Married or Single , in Northeast Nebraska. t The Norfolk News wishes to increase the circulation of both The Daily News and The Weekly News-Journal. In order to do this and do it effectively , this paper will on OCTOBER 15 , 1903 , . ' * * ' l"T < ' Give Away , Free , 1 A Handsome Driving Horse , fi ' ) ' 1 * . A Fine , Rubber-Tired Runabout , . And a Complete Set of Harness j . ' . > t-j To the Lady receiving the Largest Number of Votes in this contest up until 12 O'CLOCK NOON on that day. A IT COSTS YOU NOTHING to Vote in this Contest. How will you go about it to Secure this Magnificent Prize ? Here | you are : > ' ID Every Bubacriptlou paid for ono year in advance will entitle subscriber to 312 votes. Every subscription paid for six months in advance will entitle sub scriber to ICG votes. Every subscription paid for throe months...

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 — 29 May 1903

HIM NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 29 , 11103. JJ'H' i' ' Graduating Fans. Wo want the cluss of 1908 to look ul our beautiful assortment of Funs. While , delicate Hlmy giur/o , ivory Immllos , 50c , 5e , 88c , $1,00 , $1,25 , $1,00 , § 2.00. White Keather Fans. Jap Fans , So to 50c. Parasols. Solid white , solid black , combinations. A good assort ment , SI.00 to § 55.50. Children's Parasols. Fast black Umbrellas. GOc to § 5.00. v Infant's Cloaks. Hertford Cords , Cachnioros , lace and embroidered trimmed - mod , § 1.25 to § 5.00. White IMqno Jackets. Ulack Silk Jackets and Coats. Prices for Your Consideration Now , good styled Prints , 4o. 110-inch Lawns , 5c. A good well boned , good netting Summer Corset , 25c. Beautiful assortment Silk and Linen Tissues , always sold at 50c , special % c. Fine , sheer Lawns , 80-inch , 15c value , lOe. Children' and Misses' Dresses READY /WADE. / Wo invite the mother's special attention to this lino. Heady to wear garments direct from the manufactu...

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 — 29 May 1903

> A RESURRECTION * * f [ OrMrml. ] "My friend , I will trouble you for v " > \jur clothes. " ' ' I was starting to cross n long rail- 1 ' 'road bridge on foot. There was only a ! „ ' 'single track , and the time was 10 , * * < . / 'o'clock nt night. I knew the danger of 1 , V ' " 'crossing the bridge , but 1 had been * fs * " " 'absent for months , had Just alighted / 'nt ' the station half a mlle away and Vna In a hurry to roach my home. "My clothes ? " I exclaimed , aston ished. "If you had asked for my valu- * vu ' nblcs , I would not bo surprised , but my clothes are an old suit I use for 'traveling.1 * "Tho ago doesn't matter , and the valuables goes with 'em. Come , get cm off. " The man was armed with a bludg eon , while I bad nothing for defense. "Oh , I see ! " I said. "You are being limited and want to evade your pur suers. " The fellow had n desperate look nbout him , and I began at once to di vest myself of my garments. lie hur ried me , but I hoped to save some...

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 — 29 May 1903

7,7 THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , MAY 29 , 1903. 1 A FISH OUT OF WAFEP The TnfortnnM * Frnlla Tlmt Cn netl KM UntltaolDentil , A Gorman sclontlst ho could only bate boon n German once conceived , tve are told , n plan to train n fish to llvo out of water. Ho placed n thriv ing little carp In n mnnll tank niul with inllnlto patience niul great exnctnpfta removed from tlio tnnk ono npooufttl ef water every ilny , nt the name tlino Increasing gradually the ntnoiint of oxygen In the water. In tlmo the wa ter Imroly covered the cnrp , and still It thrived. The quantity of water con tinued to illmlnlHh , and , hy slowly adapting ltd method of breathing to the now conditions , the Huh began to fercatho nlr and Indeed Iwcnmo quite terrestrial In Its hnblta bofora tht tnnk wnB entirely dry. The nclcntlat had Brown to love the carp. He fed It from Ids own hnnd , nnd now that It was liv ing In the same element with himself bo took It from the tnnk nnd left It na free to follow Its own dcvlcca as...

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 — 29 May 1903

* * OPHTHALMOLOGY ! A Science for the Analysts of tlic Causes of llumnn Ills and How to Abolish Them. Are you well ? If not , WOMPNI tUusa quoBtlon8. How loug.havo I suffered ? H'iw union have I suffered ? How Imvo I beoutroafcod ? How much did it cost ? How mnob benefit did I receive - coivo ? Why did the doctors fail ? Wore they treating tbo cause , or wore they treating the symptonii ? Have I consulted nu ophthal mologist ? > 4 DR. . MARQVARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST. I AFTER A HOUSE ! The Elkhoru B. & S. ussooiaiiou will taiako you a lotm to build or buy ou fa- * jorablo joruis. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. THE RELIABLE GROCER ' ' V'i - fc . & < ' * * . * PARJSH ALL SHAPES-ALL STYLES-ALL TASTES. Three alls that depend on the shoe maker's awl rather its successor , the modern shoo making machine have ample exemplification in our well as sorted stock. As a matter of fact wo have all shapes , all styles , and can suit All tastes in shoes worth calling shoes. fcWe Keep Open Ev...

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 — 29 May 1903

8 TJIH NOUKOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 29,1008. C. FULLER , MAXAlinU Aladison County Abstract Office. Public Accountant and ( Expert Typewriter , Spoolnl attention glvrnn tracing dlfllnult tltlfsnut addresses of non rcsl do land owners. i OFFICE : 104 -ahSt..NorfolkNeb. . Wixusix , Nob. , Aug. r , J8U8. Mr1. Ohfvi. II. .TolniBoi ) , Norfolk , Nob. : DonrSlr I wish to state thnt wo nro nro highly plcnrcd with tbo Now Chick- cring Pinno you delivered to n recently. "Wo nlso greatly npproolnto your fair trontincnt iu the transaction. I was ro > ooutly la n Inrg" music bonso and tbo mnnngor told mo the dickering wna the Ano t upright piano mndo. Ho had a dozen or moro tlllToront uinkon on the floor , nud showed nio the dliToroncoB why tbo Obtokcringa were superior. The main points ho onllod attention to were the inntorlals and workmanship , the swcotncBS and volnino of tone , which bo Ri\ld oonld not ho fonnd or produced in any other makes Ho fully convinced mo by piny lug and otherwise ...

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 — 29 May 1903

\ THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL. PART TWO , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , .FRIDAY , MAY * $ ) , JDU3 , PAGES 9 TO 1C , Passed Away at His Home in Madison , This Morning. 'ILLNESS ' OF BUT A FEW DAYS. Five Doctors Were in Attendance but Could do Nothing for the Stricken Statesman'Funeral Thursday After noon. [ Prom Monday's Dally. ] Hou. Johu 8. Robinson , ox-moinbor of congress from the Third district , died t his homo iu Madison this morning , nbout 4 o'clock , aged 47 years and 21 days , of septic peritonitis , after n sick ness of less tlmu fonr days. Mr. Robinson Buffered n third nttnck of his old complaint , appendicitis , on Thursday and it rapidly developed from n mild case into ono of a Horioas nature. At midnight of Friday the abscess which had formed ruptured , and slight hope of recovery was felt after that. Dr. J. H. Maokoy of this city , who had "been Mr. Robinson's family physician for twenty yonrp , and had served as chairman of the democratic congres sional committee during ...

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 — 29 May 1903

n- * ' * a"4 10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 29 , Funeral of Ex-Congressman T , Held This Afternoon. SPECIAL TRAIN CARRIED 200. Four Conclios Were Filled With Paoplo From This City Who Wont to Madison ns n Tribute to Doncl Statesman's Memory. [ From Thursday's Dully. ] Mttdliou , Mny 28 , 4 p. m. Special to ThoNowHt The remains of the Into Uou. Jolm S. UobliiRon , ox-connrons- innn from the Thtnl district nnd nt ono tlmo Jnilgo of the district court , worn lixitl to rest iu this city shortly before 4. o'clock this afternoon. The funornl Boivico wns condtictod at the benutifnl homo Just completed by the honored oitlcon n fo\v months ngo. Ruv. Theo- doru Mornlnir , pnntor of the Prtwby- torirm church of Madison , hnd ohnrgo. The profusion of Howl offotingH wno ninguiflcout , coming from friondB in every part of the Btnto. The cnclcot Wftfl "beautiful in its slnipHolty and was covort-d with blnck cloth. An inimoiiHo crowd of people thronged about the homo mid n long line of nduiiror...

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 — 29 May 1903

THIS NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY \lfl03. . n Village of Elmo is Wrecked by a Tornado , NINE DEATHS IN ONE BUILDING. Five Other Persons Are Injured by Being Burled Beneath the Debris of lva&omc Temple Three Torita- docs bnutl Six Liven in Iowa. ! Blauchard , , la. , May 27. A most do- etruuuu ana luuil tornado struck tbo town or touuo , Mu. , eigut miles south of Uluueluuu , lUiU just across luc Alia- eouri stnio line , at o o clock last evou- Ing. MHO persona \voio Imiod out- rlgut ana ilvu weru lujured , souio uf \\noiu way uio. The acini : C.'G. Calhoun , Cashlus Dull , J. J. Alvls , Loonar j JJr uJoy , Mln- ton ilulf Uusf liurrv unnr-atarigler , U. L. Starker , Guoru MPurryp ( ( ' The lujuied1 : lid Acnu'rtoa , George Ilutf , A. L. McFolvalu , Harry MOBS , Jfiliner Morgan. The slot in came from the northeast and tlrsl struck the Wauash depot. The Masoiitc temple \\us the next building in its iiiuu , ' and it was demol ished. On the lower lloor of the tem ple was located a gen...

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 — 29 May 1903

THE NOW FOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 2 ,1003. Harriman onu probably afford to Imvo ppcndloltin and nubnilt to tlio oiwrntlon on his percon nn well as tlio after oper ation on his pookotbook. Hobnuka la In her brlKhtcstmood and It ia worth n trip acroBs the continent to BOO lior verdant plnliis nnd hills. If 3roflldont KooBovelt will vlnlt tlio Rtnto now ho will BOO ROino thliiKn worth seeThe - The oontoat fovcr han ntmok the Fro * mout Tribune and thnt popular paper proposed to glvo HOMO Rubntantlal nlfto to its frlondfl who lvo it ronROtmblo an * mlfltanoo toward an Inoronno of olroula- tlon. If the rallroadfl contorhiK in Norfolk would put up a coimuodloufl union depot now , in ROIUO central location , the joy of the pcoplo doslrlnK iniprovontontB of n boncfloial oharaotor would bo about complete thin spring. J. H , Barnes of Norfolk IH ! BO in favor of a non-partisan judiciary and ia willing the plan should ooinmonoo this year , with him an the nominee. And why Rhould not the candida...

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 — 29 May 1903

t- TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 21) ) , MMW. Furious Twister Visits Ne braska and Iowa Today. FIVE DEAD REPORTED SO FAR. Loss to Property Exceeds that Reported Yesterday. BUILDINGS ARE DEMOLISHED. Hastings and Lincoln Suffer Great Losses to Structures No Deaths . Jtf These Places Cloudburst at Lincoln - > coln Wires Tangled. A furious tornivloriva\llng \ the storm reported in yesterday's piipur in fatalities and exceeding the dumaire to property and destruction to buildings , passed over the southern part of Ne braska and into Iowa this morning. Thus far five persons are reported killed , many buildings at Huntings are wrecked , numerous structures were demolished ut Lincoln , trolley wires were tangled 'and the institute for feeble minded at Gleuwood , la , lies iu a heap , with $00,000 loss. Hastings , Muy 20. Special to The News : A frightful tornado visited this city this morning , doing much damage. Many buildings in the city were totally wrecked by the wind. No deaths r...

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 — 29 May 1903

I'l THE NOHFOLTC NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 20,11)03 ) , Condition of Little Fellow Is Serious , SON OF MR. AND MRS THURBER -Whllo tlio Family Wna Moving tlio Llltloono Got Hold ofnOnn ofLyo and Took Som of the Strong Stuff. Fnthor Hns Doon Telegraphed. I From Snturilny'ii Daily , ] ' The > nby boy of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wll * liam Thurlxir of South Norfolk got holrt ' of a cnii of lye tliln morning niul drank ft quantity , with tlin rofiult tlmt ho IH In n very RorlouH condition niul may dlo , The child IH 18 montliH old. Mr. nnd Mm , Thurbnr nro moving into tholumstivnintod recently by Mr. und , Mrs. A. II. Vlolu mid in the buHtlo at tending upon tlio pxolmngo of residence the boy \VIVH jionnittod to play about ( > with the roHult lhut. ho managed'1 ' t'd got ' ' holdof thocoiioontrntcd lyo'ftlid ' buforo 'hlfl mother wftH u\Vnro of < what wan transpiring Iho little ono had tnkun ft considerable quantity of the strong Muff. IllB fno nnd mouth nro badly Mwollun , .but it IH hoped tlmt t...

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