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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 July 1903

THE N011FOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , , H'LY 17 , 11)03. ) ! fib People of Norfolk Have Had Their Noses Numbered. RESULT IS DISAPPOINTING. Additions Which Practically Contain Norfolk Residents Can Not bo Counted in With the Enumeration Juat Yet [ From Wednesday's Dully , ] Aside from additions which have not been counted in the enumeration nud whoso inhabitants nre ns much n part of the population of the community ns thoflo who happen to live inside the itunginnry lines , there nro 4,10-1 persons who mnko their homo in Norfolk. This is the total fixed by the enumerators of the four wards of the city , who have just finished their counting. By wards the tables show : First ward , August Bruniuiuud enu merator , 505. Second ward , A. L. Adams enumerator rater , 12-10. Third ward , J. M. Covert enumerator rater , 1,510. Fourth ward , A1 N. Wilkinson enu merator 803. The census wns taken at the order of the city councillor the purpose of ascer taining the population and with the view in mind of ...

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 — 17 July 1903

fS < 3 ! = WHEN JONES HOSE UP Jxmc > s Martin ( > > l > r < 4jW , try tilt X. .Ucnurr = = = = = = = l had gtrvn hlniKelf away an n Yanlav the Instant he landed In Kng land , und he hatl left a broad trail lie hliul him as he Khnvly traveled nboul and tlnally tmmght up In a ( own li < lUilglum. Whunuver ho could Und n listener , whether on train , Hleamer 01 at Uio dinner table ho begun with the battle of Lexington nnd brought thu glorious Yankeu nation down to tin butUo of Santiago , lie npared no OIIO'H feelings In telling bin Htory ; but , on thu contrary , he did not claim any | iarllc < ular credit fur the Jones family. lie rnulil Jtmt as well have declared ( hat General Join's wan In command at Hunker 11111. but he modestly kept the family In the bat'Uground. Then Jones made odloim oonijmrlflomi HH hit traveled. Everything In the llnu of trains BCL-nery. hotels , public worltH , "YOU A1IU A irUXliUUll YKAlltl IIUIIINU run TIMIM , " BAID JUNK * . etu. , p...

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 — 17 July 1903

r- .r 4' VA ' THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART TWO , NORFOLK , NK1WA8KA , FRIDAY , JULY 17 , 1008. PAGES 9 TO 12 , President Directs Commissions for Officers. YOUNG WILL BE PUT IN CHARGE 'Leonard Wood Succeeds Young. Summer Will Succeed Davis The Move Means Big Change in Martial Affairs Nol Unexpected. Washington , July 17. Special to The News : President Ilooaovelt this morn ing directed that commissions bo prepared - pared for Young as liontounnt goncral to succeed Nelson A. Miles ; for Leonard Wood as major general to succeed Young ; and for Snnmor as major gen eral to succeed Davis. This will make a big ohaugo in the army affairs. It has been expected for some time. WAY ADMIT RATHBONE SISTERS. Indications That Pythian Grand Lodge Will Recognize Order. ! Iowa Falls , la. , July 17. The Indica tions are that the long-sought recog nition of the Rathbone Sisters order by the Knights of Pythias supreme lodge may be granted by the next ses sion of the supreme lodge , and In auch ...

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 — 17 July 1903

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : 1'JUDAY , JULY 17,1903. BEELER BROS i A lot of ladies' colored hose , value from 20c to 50c , price now . 19c A lot of embroidery , would be good value 8c to 12c per yard , now , per yard Sc A lot of art squares , all wool rugs , * size 36x40 in. , value 40c , now . 29c A lot of 6 = ft. opaque window shades , complete , value 25c , now . 18c A lot of ladies kid shoes , sizes 4 to 7 , worth $2.00 to $3.00 , choice now $1.48 A lot of fine box writing paper , worth 25c to 40c , choice now . 15c THE NORFOLK NEWS W. N. HUSK , Publisher. DAILY. Kvorv lny oxooiil Knmliiy. lly civrrlor nor week , Ui I'oiitn. lly mull tier yoivr , frt.Ut. WKFKI.Y NKWH-JOUUNAL. TlioNowi : tiililliilioil , 18SI. . . . . . . , , ll liotl 1S17. Tim Jounml , ontnl > , Kxiry Frldny. lly mull pur yonr , * I.M > . Hr-KPiAti NoTicii. AihimcH dulmorliitjons to tliu Nuws-JouiiNAi. will bo tnlun until October 10 nl tlio rnto of t\.W \ t > myour. . ( Mil iml > - rcrlhorii nuiy liino tlm ...

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 — 17 July 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : 1'HIDAY , JULY 17. 1MB. 11 EYES VERSUS TEETH. . When your tenth decay you lose uo tiuio in going to n ropntablo dontist. Why tin- gleet your eyes ? Yououn got falsa teeth if yon loose your own. Eyes art ) different. If yon lese thorn n pair of gloss eyes won't help you. Lot uio tnnke yonr eyes good , Some people will say : "My eyes are good , I cim see perfectly , " at the same time they have all sorts of ailments and uro nsiug all kinds of medicines without good results. Everybody should have their eyes examined by a com petent ophthalmologist. DR. MARQVARDT , Norfolk , Nebraska. As Good as Gold ! The Elkhorn B. & S. Association will make yon a loan to build or buy , on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. A PARISH THE RELIABLE GROCER pf > NT FOR6ET THE Per Cent Discount on WOMEN'S , MISSES' AND CHIDDREN'S 8 We Keep OpenJEvenings'until 9:00 : o'clock. PALACE SHOE STORE STAPENHOHST. & CO. , Proprietors. We give tickets on Ohickering Piano. The We...

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 July 1903

THE OXNARD HAS HJUiX Romodollod Throughout Undfr the new ftwnornhlp ft Cnmtdfltp Now Swvlwi hni Wn In- M/vlliHi. Kwy modem ronvcmluiirfl. New Carpet * , New Decorations , New I'nrnUurc , L , 1. B1RIHOIOMEW , Omr , C , H. NIL , Manner , WILLIAA1 QODKIN Flour , Feed SBLLS Gasoline , Baled Hay , Poultry Supplies Fhcne 33 , 411 HorlolUu. DR. N. J. HOAGLAND Ostcopathlc Physician. ftttit * unit chronic nir-c < fnUj iroMCHi wiiliout UK > of ilrnfft or lutfp. rr iitMp , ltt > North ICHh Street , "HERE IT IS , MA'AMl That bag of flour you ordeifd is nt your door when prc-urned next time you'll probably order double the quantity for Bora Ton flour has a little way of pleasing people , whirh mokes it n wel- 'oonie visitor Rverybodv ami his wife knows ( he superior quality of Boil Ton flour. Sugar Gity Cereal flills. Mrs , Sadie Hart Miller OSTEOPHTHIC PHYSICIAN. Graduate of Amftriwui School of Osteo pathy , under founder of the science. . Resident * and oiUce , SOT Madison Ave. Honrs ...

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 July 1903

F ONE.THE NORFOLK . WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. PART ONE. t * ' < ) r/t./j ) c/0" / ' - - NORFOLK. NKIWASKA. FRIDAY. Jl'LY . IJJW. ( PAGES 1 TO 8 , Thousands of Strangers in Norfolk for the Events. 'RUNNERS ARE HEROES NOW. They are In Severe Training Went to Bed at 10 Last Night and Were up Bright and Early Today The Queen Arrives. [ From TucBdny'B Daily. ) Amid Ideal conditions In every re Bpcct , with ti perfectly cloudless slt.\ ; a track that could no'c ho hotter nnd , _ , the largest attendance over known In " * the history of the ussocln'ilon , the eleventh annual tournament of the Nebraska Volunteer Firemen's as sociation began In Norfolk at 9:30 : o'clock this morning and will con tinue for vhreo days. Hundreds of visiting fire laddies Irom all over the atato are In Norfolk for the three days of royal racing and thousands of their friends and admirers arc here merely as Inter ested spec-valors. Every hotel and rooming house In the city Is crowded with lodgers at night time and...

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 July 1903

11 2 THE NORFOLK NEWS : F1UDAY , JULY LM , 100 : } . Qvnunny. Tlio ixwrrs which In former centuries most vigorously miBtalnod the twin ) luivo either declined , like Bimin uiul Portugal and Austria , or have been rove/- lutlontroil from within , llko Franco ami Italy. Uut tlio imiwcy , oven In remote periods , hns frequently Iwon cwpouRod Iti times of need by the ultra 1'rotwtant | x > \v ra. When Louis XIV wan nttcmfit- Ing to reduce the world to ono kingdom , the I > OJH > became an ally of England nnd Holland and influenced nonio reactionary powers to como to the general asuifltanco of civilization and freedom. Above all other IHIIK-B , and nomuwhat beyoml his own record in curlier life , Leo X11I has been n liberal politician. Ho has hailed the future rnthcr than de plored the loss of the jwist. Ho linn been ono of the captains in the movement for universal education and haa striven to niako education and morals confldo in each other. Not a single scandal from Homo in h...

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 July 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. JULY 21,1003. People Permitted to Gaze on Dead Pontiff. THOUSANDS VIEW THE REMAINS Franclscana Array Holy Father In Full Canonical Robes Conclave to Be | Held Under Same Regulations ak I When Leo Was Chosen. Rome , July 23. Special to The News : Since early morning an 1m- inonso throng of people Imvo boon passing in and out of St. Peter's Inking - ing a last look at the fnco of thor r , | . ' dead pontiff that has been moro erR R * . loss familiar to many of thorn during / life. The Jam In the streets In the vicinity of the church edifice Is ter rific and were It not for the fact that the thoroughfares were early cleared of all vehicles , accidents would Imvo J .jrYiccn inevitable. y ? The bells of St. Peter's have been solemnly tolling their last sad ro- qulcra and solemn masses have been , said by the church dlgnltnrlos. The body of the late pope rests on a raised catafalque In n position i slightly inclined so the fnco is t . 'visible. , Homo , July 23....

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 July 1903

The Norfolk Necas Mr. Drynu need not fear n tragical ending of the Cleveland movement. The people are hero to nee thiu it In kept In the realm of comedy. After vncntlon of n dny or two , the warm wnvo in again At homo in No- Lrnskn , Intent ou pnllinff the corn out of the ground another foot or two. The weather clerk linn evidently Jtcodod the warning and has sot his Apparatus to glvo Norfolk the best at tils command for the tournament next week. To the disinterested onlooker Mr. ' Bryan's criticism of thoOlovolnml move ment has very much the aomo char- flctcrlNtlcB of that famous pot nnd Icottlo convocation. Mr. Bryan doBlKtmtes the Cleveland movement as "n comedy , but n triiKody if it should succeed. " Mr. Olovolaud's Inter ( U'dnltlou of the Bryan movement in anxiously availed , In a few weeks the corn crop will 1)0 ) out of the way of the frost nnd It will bo found to bo ft bumper crop , where It 1ms attained any degree of developomont nt this time. Blxby gives this comforting ...

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 July 1903

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 21 , Nebraska Fire Fighters Arrive for Tourney. WILL BE THE BEST MEET EVER. City Will be Jammed With Visitors With Their Prize Winners , Will ' ' , { > / by Tonight Fremont Delegation , 1 - ' Come Tonight. [ From Monday's Dnlly. ] On the eve of the eleventh minimi tournament ot the Nebraska Volun teer Firemen's ' association , which vrlll bo hold In this city during the next three days , every possible In dication points to the blgges't , most enthusiastic and most successful moot ever held within the borders of the svate. From present prospects there will be between twenty-five and thir ty running teams in the city to com pete for the splendid cash prizes , which will nmoun't in nil to $1,500 , nnd from this alone it is anticipated that It will bo a tournament whoso like has not been seen , slnco not half so many 'teams have ever before looked In. It will bo the biggest , Jolllest , best natured bunch of fire fighters that over turned on a hose ,...

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 July 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , JULY 21,1003 , Robbed the Cellar of C , Sundell Last Night , ' THEY TOOK A MIDNIGHT LUNCH. Helped Themselves to Drend , Gutter nnd Beer , Dcsldes n Good Looking Coke Attempt nt Home of O. L. i Hyde Pcvlous Night. [ From S.iturdny'H Dully. ] The homo of C. Sundoll , 1100 Pros- poet avenue , was cntorcil by burglars lust night nnd pretty nearly every thing In the collar ntolon. The honso breakers loft just enough of things to oat for the family breakfast hlH morn- lug. Sovural loaves of hread wore tnhiMi hy ho Invaders ; a half do/en bottles of Adolvln'H boor wore lifted from a brand now case which Mr. Hun- doll's brother had only yesterday In stalled ; wo pounds of butter was Is- nlni ; and a great hlK handsonio chocolate - elate cake looked Rood to the unin vited guest. The entrance was effected through n collar door. It Is thought to have licon done aloiiB toward morning , forat inldnlKht everything seemed to ho In , nhlp shape and tlw collar safely shut...

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 July 1903

THE NOllKOLK. NEWS : FRIDAY , ,11'LY 21 , 11)03 ) , Wins the State Championship From Fremont. MAKES EXCELLENT RECORD. Norfolk's Small Neighboring City Takes High Honors In State Cham pionship RaceTime 333-10 Double 1 the Crowd of Last Year. [ From Thursday's Dnlly.1 The crowds to attend today H races nnd witness the parade of the lloyal TIgar club tonight started Into the city early this morning and have kept coming In n stendy stream nil day. The crowd this afternoon was divided between the streets and the races. While tlto 'race truck wns well patronized there were thousands of visitors who preferred to remain on the streets nnd see what was going on there , patronizing the con cessionaires and Indulging in good natured exchanges of merrymaking. Among the delegations that arrived during the day was one from the Knights of St. Eeb Kagus of Fremont. They were accompanied by the band of that city and will bo in the parade tonight. Another delegation from Wisner accompanied the band o...

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 July 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FKIDAY , JULY 2J , 1903 , FJPRJE By Marthtv. M'Culloch.Willianw I , /AM , tni thr S. & jrrOiirr Miss Morris vpning from tied niul .darted to * the back door , aroused fnnn raleen by stealthy knocking , A Hllin , .prim , upright , faded gentlewoman , nliu dld uol forget to liiitlilln herself In u isliawl before flinging open the shutter. "Marthy ! What on wirUi-lH thu Hiouso fillroY" BIO ganped to tlio fat 1)lack woman \vlio mood upon thu Alarthy chuckled , though she tried 3iard to lool ; properly subdued an HIO ! con Id ; IdNot " -Not zncty ) , Miss Kl'nor , blit Idt'H des Gawd's intiKsy lilt ain't. Yon know BHW Ina' night my ole man Hen tool ; zn snoolt out di < llttlo circuit rltlcr'H pelilte breeches fcr mo tcr wiiKh"- 'Dou't tell mo anythlng's happened Co tlieiu don't , for tlio Lord's nakol" 31 IBS Morrln said , almost staggering , Mnrtliy druxv down the corners of her "I washed en Toned um nil Hhu wild , "Den I took en hung mm Tore de kitchen tire KO...

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 July 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. PART TWO. NORFOLK , NtiWUSKA , FRIDAY , , ! ULY ' 21 , WU3. PAGES 9 TO 12 , Lebanon's Business District is Gutted. FLAMES CAME AT MIDNIGHT. .Half Million Dollar Fire In Packing Plant at Chicago Sixty Thousand Cases of Salmon Go Up In Flames Today. Lebanon , Nob. , July 24. Special to The News : A good shnro of the business district of this town was iSitted by llamos nt midnight. The loss will reach ? 20,000 , partially In sured. The principal losers are the hotel Eakin , BldwellWcstnnd Jolly & Co. _ _ Half Millon Dollar Loss. Chicago , July 21. Special to The News : The Omaha packing plant was partially burned this morning. The loss amounts to $500,000. Six teen million pounds of pork were burned. The refining plant and an eight story ware house were totally destroyed. Sixty Thousand Cases of Salmon. Seattle , July 21. Special to The News : The Kenal salmon cannery burned this morning. About 00,000 cases of salmon were lost. SHERIFF FOOLS THE C...

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 July 1903

10 HE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 24 , 1003. f THE NORFOLK NEWS W. N. HUSK , PublWior. DAILY , Krrrv tiny oxoopl Sunday , lly rnrrlor j > or w vV , Ifi cctilf. lly nmll i > cryonr _ , ftU ) . WKI'ICI.Y NKW.H-.MHIHNAI. . TlifiKcm * , KMnUUlii'd. ISM. . . . . , , 1877. , Tlio.loiiliml.rftnhlUhiiil , r.vnr Friday. Hy mnll l > or ycnr , I.Mi. BPMMAI. XoTiriAihimcn : Mll > " | } ! . ! " , * " the NUWH-IOUIINAI , will l > o tnl.cn until | > < ; t < > b 'r Ifl nt llm rnto of U > per yi-iir. Old nilj- rrrltter * inny limo tlin bmii'fU of till * rnlo I y l-nyliitt nrrt'nrnuof. to dnlo nl llm rwilnr tub- - IcpliHiim jiPlPo ami i'im ' y nr In mlviinoo. llil * lclnl offer will 1m withdrawn Uotolior w , Kntcroil t tlio jxintnllloo nt Norfolk , Nob. , nt K > ttutil rlnrii twitter. Tnlri.honrH IMItorlnl Dm.nrtment , No. 22- Iliifliii'n Olllrontul Job KOOIIII , No. .1. . . Ropubllcnn Judicial District Conven tion. To the roimbllcnn tlccton of tlio Nlntli Jmll- eUld...

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 July 1903

THR NOKKOLK NHWSt FRIDAY , , H'IY JI. IHIKi , II THINK ! If it la true tlmt eye strain will causa headache , isn't it possible thitt it IH the cause of your headaches ? After I make nu examination of your eyes it will bo mi easy matter to explain nil the defects , if nuy nro found. When the cause is removed nature will do the curing. I HAVE MADE IT A SPECIAL STUDY TO RE MOVE SUCH CAUSES. DR. . MARQVARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST. Norfolk , - - Nebraska. As Good as Gold ! The Ell-horn B. & S. Association will make you a loan to build or buy , on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PAR.ISH THE RELIABLE GROCER PARISH DON'T FORGET THE Per Cent 20 Discount on "i ; t . * - , ' . Ifif . ' > WOMEN'S , MISSES' ANDCHIDDREN'S We Keep Open Evenings until 9:00 : o'clock. PALACE SHOE STORE STAPENHORST & CO. , Proprietors. Wo give tickets on Ohickering Piano. The Weather. Conditions of 'iho weather ns re corded for the 24 hours ending at 8 n. m. today. Maximum 88 Minimum CO Average 74 B...

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 July 1903

r 12 TIIR N011FOLK NEWS : VIUDAY , JULY 2J , 1003. ANNUAL PREINVENTORY AND CLEARANCE SALE August 1st we lake our annual inventory of stock and prior to it we make prices on many lines and all odds and ends and lots to close. Following this and during all August our annual CLEARANCE SALE of all SUMMER GOODS takes place. We can enumerate prices on but a few lines , but we invite the attention of all at this time to our store where a great many decisive bargains may be had. Ladies' Tailored Suits Swooping bargains. Might suits ; last season's ; choice of any suit , $5.00. Hogular stock. About 50 this season's suits , absolutely correct styles , lUtaininus , Serges , Cheviots , iJroadcloths , etc. Decisive reduction on all. $10.00 Suits , sale price ' ' . $ S 00 12.50 Suits , sale price 10 00 15.00 Suits , sale price 12 00 10.50 Suits , sale price ' IH 20 17.50 Suits , sale price / 14 00 18.00 Suits , sale price / M 40 20.00 Suits , sale price . . , . / 10 00 25.00 Suits , sale price 20...

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 — 31 July 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART ONE. ° * * * . ife > t NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JULY 81 , 1003 , PAGES 1 TO 8 , A Bad Mix-Up Occurred In Norfolk Avenue. HE USED HIS CLUB SEVERELY. C. W. Mlhllls , Cab Driver , Was Knocked Down Three Times by Carl Pllger Wouldn't Stand for Abusive Language The Stories. [ From Saturday's Dally. ] C.V. . Mlhllls , a cab driver well Itnown ih Norfolk , lies pretty badly wounded about the head as a result of a mix-up which took place in front of the Oxnard hotel last night. The pounds are from the bllllo of Night Vatclunan Carl Pllger. The stories given by the two men vary a llttlo , but on the whole they coincide pretty well. The trouble scorns to have started when Pllgor Stopped the cab and unhooked one of -tho tags. There wore several mon in the cab who had scon the trouble on "Wednesday night and who made caustic remarks at the policeman for his conduct upon that occasion. Ho resented .it and when the carriage , started away , told the d...

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 — 31 July 1903

Till ? NORFOLK NEWS : F1UDAY , JULY 31,100 : ? , Workman Mixes Nitric Acid i With Nitro-GIyccrinc. SHOCK FELT FIFTY MILEO AWAY Two Magazines of United Stateo Car tridge Company , Located Near Low. II , Mass. , Explode With Frightful I nc ult Buildings Wrecked , Lowell , MIIHH , , July 30. Two Btnull Ctiniiowilor uiuuaxluua , iiltmiloJ In the very midst oC the huinblo roiilduuccH of tifly mill oporntlvoH , tupladod with e frlchUuI couciiBBlon and the ro- ultnnt waveof death cut oft thu lives of nuiro than u score of humnn bolngH ud Injured nearly llfty othora. Hulf dozun men who wcro loading koga of powder from ono of the nuiKiizlnua wcro blown to plccoa , four boys , 200 jftrda Rwuy , were killed by the 'forco of the cxploHlou inul fourteen fraino ton sea within a radlim of 200 ynrdu went down na If they hud been built of cards. Bovon of thoflo IHUIBOH tin- mediately caught fire , probably from the kitchen sloven , and were complete ly conmimod , At lennt three peraomi vrere caught ...

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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