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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 August 1903

MI15 NOHKOIilv NtiWS : I'MMDAY ' , AUdl'ST 7 , I'.KHJ. ' II DO YOU KNOW ? That nyodofoots are directly - ly nisponslblu for huaditoluw , dl//.iiicwH , sick headaches mid ntliur fount * of mmtn and olmmiu IIOIVOIH trmth- lt 8 ? IT IS A FACT tint correctly fitted will remove the eye strain , stop hu luiikngo of nnrvo force , iviul nuturo will ut nneo net about curii g tliu trouble. Dr , Marquardt , Ophthalmologist , As Good as Gold ! ThoKlkhoru B. & S. AHSociation will make yon n lo.in to build or buy , on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. DON'T FORGET THE Per Cent Discount on WOMEN'S , MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS , We Keep Open Evenings until 0:00 : o'clock. PALACE SHOE STORE STAPENHORST & CO. , Proprietors. We give tickets on Ohickoriug Piano. The Weather. Conditions of 'tho weather as re corded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. today. Maximum 81 Minimum f > 7 Average CO Total rainfall for month 2.80 Barometer 29.98 Forecast for Nebraska : Partly cloudy toni...

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 — 7 August 1903

NOUKOI.K NMWS : ] M11IAY ) , AVdl'ST 7 , HIM. THE OXNARD MAN IlKKN Remodelled Throng hoiiI Under the now ownernhlp it Complolo Now Hrivlen him been In- stalled. Kvery modern rimvoiiloiirit. New Carpel * , Now Decorations , New Furniture. L , A , BARTHOLOMEW , Owner. C. II. VAIL , Manager. A NEW ART NEEDLE STORE Has just , boeii opttnrd by Mrs. losoph Schwarf/ I.'in South Fourth strmt. All soils of Fancy Embroidery Silks , Sofa Cushion Covers , Kto. , are for wilo. A depart menl , also , for HAIR DRESSING , MANICURING , " SHAMPOOING AND FACIAL MASSAGE Embroidery lessons given. Mitn Kiln Sohnnmohor a lnlM in this hraniih. Brainard & Armstrong Silks , FRANK AMBROSE The Harpist Will furnish nnisio for dancing parlies , private parties , oto. Address tlll'J I Nor folk avenue. DR. N. J. HOAGLAND Ostuopatlilc Physician. iiPPH biilli iirutn anil clil'nuld micc'CKur truutml Illniul IIPO of ilniKR or knifo. Olllon i\t ronlilmico , liv.l North KHli Hluvt. Phone , No. U.M Noitroi.h Mrs , Sa...

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 — 14 August 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL , , KHIDAY , AKH'ST M ItlOJI , PART ONE , NOllKOhK XKIWASKA PAGES 1 TO 8 Outlook Good for a Full Field and Warm Campaign. FAVORITES ARE APPEARING. Candidates on Doth Sides of the Po litical Fence for Almost Every Office Have Been Mentioned As- senorihlp Attracts Many. [ From Monday's Dally. ] \Vhllo It IH nioro tlmn two months until the people will bo given an op portunity for tholr any on political matters there appears to be an un usual movement and unusual Interest in politics this early in the season and candidates for the various offices . j are coming on 'n ' numbers that hid fair to present a full field before the nominating conventions that arc soon to ho held. As far as state politics are con cerned it appears to he practically settled that Judge Barnes of this city will be 'the republican nominee and that Judge Sullivan of Columbus will make the race on the democratic ticket for supreme judge. For district judge , there is no question but tha...

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 — 14 August 1903

THE NUllFOMC NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 14 , 1903. Y Climax of Terrible Massacres May Occur at Any T'tnc. ' TWELVE VILLAGES DESTROYED. Bashl-Bazouks , tin Scourge of the Country , Perpetrate Horrible Outrages - rages One Hundred and Fifty In surgent * 81 * n In Battle. London , Aue. 13. The Dully Mall print * a dlsp-tch from IlelRrnde , which saya that the Macedonian In urgents never appear In ereat num bers , but In scattered detncbnuMitK , thus baffiln'- the Turkish troops and .voiding opi'U encounters. They confine - fine themselveB mostly to the destruc tion of villages and crops , expecting In this way to compel the populace to Join the rebellion. The Turkish Bol- dlers are powerlcni to deal with these mall bands , but to show that they are active , they occasionally loot peaceful Chrlntlan villages and perpetrate the most Urrltile outrages under the pre tense of combatting the InmirgentH. IHmhl-nmouku have become tbo curse of the village * . They rob and murder indUcrlmlnately and...

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 — 14 August 1903

THE NOUKOI.K Will Resign as Secretary of War In January. TAFT NAMED A3 HIS SUCCESSOR. Department Has Settled Many Mat ters of Importance Family Reason * Cause Of Change Root to Resume Law Practice. Oyster Bay , N. Y. . Aug. 12. Kllhu Boot will resign aa secretary of war , the resignation to take effect about thu 1st of next January. Ho will bo ucceedod , unless present plans mis carry , by JuclRO William H. Tuft , uow governor of the Philippines. It has boon known for some tlmo , " that Secretary Hoot Intended to re | i tire , but ho did not wish to leave the * } department until the general staff till was In operation and other mat tern wore well under way. It Is un tieratood that the matter of his sue reason has boon discussed and while not official , It Is thought the position irlll bo tendered to" Gorornor Taft. "While Secretary Root Is In London ho vlll remain In communication with the war department , and matters per taining to staff and other matters will bo referred to him. ...

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 — 14 August 1903

TIIK NOHKOUv NI'JWS ' : I'MIIDAY ' , AlHIU.Vr M , 1JI03. r The * Norfolk With a few more wi'okw of muiHhlno and warmth \ho NebraHka corn crop Will take care of Itself. The qut'stloii now IH , will It let tip in time to permit the shucking of tlu < corn when It Is rlpo and ready to bo gathered In ? The Fremont Trlbuno thinks the manufacturers anil dealers In "unfer- monted grape Juice" are enUtlo to Homo regrets that they didn't got this advertising before the government butted In and asked for liquor li cense. The Madison county democrats are to meet In convention on the 2nd ! ! at llattle Creek to do up all tlio county political business of their party at one fell swoop , naming their delegates - gates and all candidates at ono con vention. The Fremont Herald-Leader finds that the only fault It has to find with the Lincoln Star Is Its politics. That Is no fault at all , but a merit , and vho people are becoming mighty few who will agree with the Fremont paper's criticism. Anothe...

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 — 14 August 1903

TIIM NOKKOUC NKWS : KUIDAV , Al WST II , 1 ! ) ( ) UAAA * A DOG IN THE PROFESSION Ily Lovctl DC Wolfe COJII/7-I0M , 1POI , Ini T. 0. M > lime YTYTYVTYVYYTY7YVVYVYTYYT The cnll of Hftoon minutes had been plvcn long ago , anil .Iliiiiny must be tied up. Tlio girl who was going to bo nn actress looked doubtfully about tin1 small dressing room hi qui'st of nil Ini- movnblc piece of furnlluro. Jimmy had an Impetuous disposition which had not yet adapted Itself to the limita tions of the stage , and the girl felt that therein existed a bond of sympathy be tween them. She had reeelved her name of the "girl who was going to bo on actress" from the leading man. It was somewhat bin-prising , coming from him , tor the title was Mattering and Bounded clever , and the leading man , being a decided genius , was emphat ically the reverse of clever. The girl llnally concluded that the water faucet was the only thing In the. room to which she could safely attach the dog's chain , and she picked J...

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 — 14 August 1903

Tllh WJIU'OhK MUWS : FRIDAY , AUGt'ST 14. 1'JO ' , ' ) , Seventy Per Cent of it Will be Saved From Frost. WHEAT WILL EQUAL LAST YEAR Oats Will be 15 per cent. Dettcr Than One Year Ago Acreage Is a quar ter More Farmer" Have a Bright Outlook This Season. fKrom flntunlny'ii Dnlly.l Regardless of tlio Into ttciiKon nnil the extreme wet wonthor which thin section of the country experienced during the early months of this mini- inor. tin- crop outlook nmnml Norfolk IH wonderfully encouraging for mi output fully equal In many Ihlngs to that of last your , mid In HOIHO ro- HpoctH oven btrttor. From the bent ohtulnuhlo Informn- lion a oonHorvatlvo outlnmto plucoH the yield of wheat nn high r\H Hint , of last your a two-thirds crop with acreage about one-fourth IOHH , The rivlnn pounded , wheat to a certain extent , but the weather of late has brought It out well. The corn crop IH tremendous. The acreage IH about the tmmo IIH that of lust year ami It IH oHtlnmted that HOV- nty per cent , of ...

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 — 14 August 1903

'HE NOUKOLK NIOWS : VKIDAY , AUGUST M , H)0l ) ! , Can't Tell Today Just Exactly Which is Who. JOKE MAY ACT AS A BOOMERANG Deputy Game Warden Ralney Was Led Twenty-five Miles In a Prac tical Joke , and Has Sworn out War * rants for Two of the Sportsmen. [ From Wednemlny'B Daily. ] What was carefully planned ami * elaborately executed by four Norfolk Hportsmen yesterday as a huge Joke on the state deputy game warden , in IcadlHg htm a wild chaHu of Home twenty-five miles , all told , to search their wagon for prairie chickens and lo find no trace of even a discharged cartridge , has so developed today * by the arrest of two of the sportsmen , that the joke Is just at present up In the air and will drop hard upon either the hunters or 'the official , the victim depending upon the court's decision. The Jesters were S. .1. Dixon , J. M. Conley , Albert Upton and Deb Up ton. Their game was one concocted purely for sport at the expense of J. A. Ralney , deputy game warden. The plot was fo...

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 — 14 August 1903

'IIM XOKKOliK NKWS : MM DAY , At'M'ST H , 1JIOI ) . r r fe SHOE SALE ! STOCK OF SHOES Belonging ; to Blotcksy Bros. , of Jefferson City , Iowa. Bought the iLj Lw AND WILL NOW Such prices you have never heard of. The stock comprises everything that you ever saw in the shape of shoes. Large and small , and any width. Come on , come everybody. We can fit you all. This is the largest and the best selected stock ever brought to Norfolk. This is no humbug sale , but will guarantee every pair or money refunded. This stock will be sold at less than half what you can buy it for from other shoe stores. Our competitors are sore , but we did not come here to please them , but ourselves. This tre = mendous sale is now on. Look for the big cloth sign painted red , saying : V We also carry a big line of men's and boys' shirts , pants , overalls , blouses , socks , neckwear and gloves. Also about 100 pieces of dress goods , also ladies' wrappers and table linen at prices you never before dreamed of...

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 — 14 August 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL , , . . PART TWO NOHKOUv NKHUASKA I-'KIDAY - , AKllST 1-1 I1M.I. ) PAGES 9 TO n Jeffries and Corbctt Both in Pink of Condition. GREAT INTEREST IN CONTEST. Sale of Seats Is Phenomenal and It Is Expected Attendance Will Exceed Twelve Thousand Nell Is Best Bantamweight. San Francisco , Aug. 14. Special to The News : Will science triumph over brute force or vice versa at Me chanic's pavilion tonight ? Will Cor bett , the idol of admirers of scientific boxing methods , succumb to Jeffries , the Ideal rough and ready lighter ? These are questions asked and an swered In the affirmative by sportIng - Ing men. Some good judges of mat ters pugilistic are of the opinion that Corbett's science will earn for him the title of heavyweight champion nnd the right to collect 'the winner's share of the big purse , but the most shrewd observers say they are con vinced that the former boilermaker will again defeat the man who won the pugilistic crown from John L. Sulliv...

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 — 14 August 1903

10 Til 15 NOHKOLIC NltJWS Fid DAY , AVdl'ST M , 180 . r THE NORFOLK NEWS \ \ . N. HUMS , I'lllitlxlirr. II Mnhtlnhi'il 1S.S7 I Kvory lny cat-opt Humbiy. Hy onr- rlflr per \ vH. . 16 cent * Hy Mi U I101" jrcnr , $ G.w > WKUKI.V MJU.-.IOUII.NAI. . Tllo Now * KslnbllHlK'.l , 1M. TinJoiirniil , KnliihllNlioil. 1SS7. Mvory Krtdny. Hy nmll per your. JI.KO. Hpoollll Notlro.--AilVlllion HUhm-Hp- tloim t" thu Noivn-Jotitnul will no tnkon until Orlotxir 1C lit Ihn rule < > r $1.00 pur M'.ir. Olil mibHorlhoiii miiy luivo thi ) bi-iioilt of thin rain Ity pay- iu r nirmii.im'H tn ilutn at the niKiihir , ui iirli-o mill ono your In ThfH Hioflal | tiffor will ho withdrawn Ortobor If. . Kntrrml at thn tiimlolllro nt Nor folk , Nrh. , in < bi'ronil i-lntm ninltor. TclophoM'H1 Kilitnrlnl IH'pni'tinciit , No. l ! ' . ' . li'iNhu'MH ' ' Oilloo unit Job HOOIIIH. N. . . : iSli. ! Republican Judicial District Conven tion. To thi > rminhMemi f Irelort of HIP Nln'li Jmll- cUlillKtrlrt nt Stlt...

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 — 14 August 1903

> TilNOKKOMv ! : NHWS : I-'UIDAY - , Al'dl'ST M , 11IOIJ 10 1 u Convergent Strabismus 0110 or both eyes ( urn inward ( towards the uoH' ) , esiveinlly in children , it is 11 sure wigu tlmt an crier of refraction o tints. Such cross oycH can bo Ktraighti'iii'il with out the UHI of u knife. A coiniK'tent ophthalinolo- pst knows how it is done without causing pain luul Mif- ferlng to the patient. Dr , Marquardf , Ophthalmologist. As Good as Gold ! The Elkhoru B. & S. Association will make you n loan to build or buy , on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. MILLARD GREEN , DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE PIANO MOVING ASPECIAT Y. Oillco .t Itesidmicu , ulula n ii _ | , , | | . lic\vftii , | 'PHONE 58. lIUllljIll } L. L. REMBE , Steam and Hot Water Heating. First Door South News Office. DON'T FORGET THE Per Cent 20 Discount on WOMEN'S , MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS. We Keep Open Evenings until 9:00 : o'clock , PALACE SHOE STORE STAPENHORST & . CO. , Proprietors. "We give ticket...

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 — 14 August 1903

K NOHKOMv NKWS : KHIDAY , Al'llt'ST M , 1M3. 11 THE OXNARD HAS 1IKI-N Remodelled Throughout Under the IUAV owm-rMilp n Complete No\v \ HeivU'o linn licen In- stnllud. Hvi ry modem i-onvciilonco. New Carpet. * , New Oecorntlon.s , New Purnltiiru. L , A. BARTHOLOMEW , Owner. G. H. VAIL , Manager. A NEW ART NEEDLE STORE HIM Just boon opnnud by Mr * . JoHOpli Sohwart7 , at l)0 ! ) South Fourth stroot. All sorts of Fancy Embroidery Silks , Sofa Cushion Covers , Kto. , are for snlo. A department , also , for HAIR DRESSING , MANICURING , SHAMPOOING AND FACIAL MASSAGE Kmhroidory IOHHOIIS glvon. MHR | Kiln Sohumuuhur nsntfltH in this branch. Brainard & Armstrong Silks , DINNERS , 25 cts. ( Sunday Included. ) Fry's Restaurant. 310 Norfolk Avenue. SESSIONS & BELL Undertakers and Embalmors. Soailoiii lllk , , Norfolk Avomio , NOHFOLK , . . . NKUHASKA. FRANK AMBROSE The Harpist "Will furnish muslo for dancing parties , private parties , etc. Address OJJ24 Nor folk nvoiuio. , DR. N. J. HO...

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 — 21 August 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART ONE NORFOLK. XKHKASKA , l-'KUm , Al'iiTST , HIM : ] . PAGES 1 TO 8 Republicans of Ninth District Make Quick Work. HAPPY HARMONY PREVAILED. Took Just Seventeen Minutes to Hold the Convention M. D. Tyler Is Chairman of the Judicial Commit tee Chances are Fine. [ From Monday's Dally. ] Harmony and Judge , T. V. Boyd prevailed unanimously at the repub lican convention of the ninth judicial district , held in the city hall at 11 o'clock this morning. It took just seventeen minutes for the calling of Vho assembly , the disposition of cre dentials , a nomination and adjourn ment. Judge Boyd expressed his appre ciation of the honor in a brief speech in which he stated that ho had tried to administer the affairs if the olllco in a manner which would bring no blame upon the republicans and no dissatisfaction. "I have tried to treat everybody on a common level , " said the judge , "with justice to all and favoritism to none. " While he realized that the ch...

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 — 21 August 1903

THE MORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 21 , 1903. Tildcn Will Not be In Such Hard Lines as Feared. A WEEK BEHIND OTHER CORN. Q. A. Lulkart Returned Last Night From the Hall Stricken Section and Report ! That They Will Have a Half Crop Crop Bulletin. I From ThuruJny'H Dnlly. ) O. A. Lnllmrt returned last night from n IntBlnoRH trip to Tllilon. Mr. Lulkart reports that the hall utrlclcon district near that place , where the corn was thought for u time , to have boon completely ruined , will ulti mately recover partially mid yield nbout a half crop. "Tho Holds which wcro cultivated , said Mr. I.ulknrt , "Bceined to shoot up , regardless of the driving hall. Though stripped clean hy the storm , the stalks got back ngaln within a phort tlmo and the stricken corn IH but a week behind that which was untouched. They will have a much better crop than they did In 1891. The past two days have brought out the corn In prutty fair shape and If this warm weather will only continue , the major portion ...

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 — 21 August 1903

Transmisslssippi Convention Opens at Seattle. MAY MERGE WITH WATEIt MEN. Committee Report Recommending Union With National Irrigation Congress - gross IB Discussed at Length Thur- ber Talks of Oriental Trade. Seattle , Wash. . Aug. ID. The four teenth annual session of the Trans- mlsslsslppl congress opened In Seattle under the mast favorable auspices , and the loaders say the meeting prom ises to bo the largest and most produc tive of 'good since the organization of the congress. The opening session was occupied largely with the reading of papers and the discussion of the yarlous subjects which they called forth. Ono of the most striking ad dresses of the day was that of F. D. Thurber. president of the United States Export association. He sup ported the protective Idea of President f McKlnley and urged the necessity ot wider markets. He declared that the great theater of commercial activity in the future Is destined to be the Ori ent. He said that the organization of trusts Is the ...

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 — 21 August 1903

THE SOKFOLK NEWS : FltlDAY. AVCU'ST 21. 1903. The Norfolk fteuas Who'll bo the next to flop out of Mr. Hrynn'H bund wngon iviitl receive a Bound tongue-lushing ? It will bo noticed that tlio worse temper Mr. llrynn displays for those who desert ( ho "only true cause" the more of them seem to holt. The political pot In certainly going to ho n strenuous affair In MiullHon county when the time for It to boll hnH arrived. Kvory liidlcutlon lends to thlH hulluf. There IH nn old saying among tin ) crnft thnt no newspaper reaches the mctropolltiin chins until it lmn been uticd for libel. The News ought now to bo considered inotropolltan. Some pcoplo are talcing thnt ex change of letters between President Hoosovolt nnd ( lovornor Dtirhln of Indiana nH equivalent to n vlco pres idential nomination for the latter. Mr. Itrynn might try coaxing , rather than scolding for a change. The lat ter method does not appear to In crease his chances for ono day oc- cupyliiK the presidential chair or yet ...

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 — 21 August 1903

THE NOKKOLK N1 JWS : FIUDAV , Al'dl'ST 21 , 15)051. ) A KISS BfcFOKE ENGAGEMENT [ Orlelnal. ] 'Alccn anil I were on the beach. "A woman , " said Ali-en , "is more prone to forgive than a man. She bay more heart. A man acts with Justice , a woman with tender-ram" " 1 doubt If any woman can be char itable to another woman. " "I can. \ \ hen there Is an opportuni ty , I will sin w .von. " "Would .vuu toighea girl for permit ting me to kiss her without uiy being engaged to hi.v' "I would not foiglve you If you did. " "Well turned. Why would you not forgive me'/ " "The man Is the stronger. He should not take advantage of woman's weak- ess. Whom have you been binning wltlrV" "If I should give you her name , 1 would be doubly guilty. " "A glil who would BO demean herbelf would not care" "Don't blame her. You have Just eald < that you can be charitable. " [ T\ ) To this the only reply was n brief silence. " 1 Mippose , " she Bald presently , "you can tell uie what t > ort of u looking...

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 — 21 August 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 21 , 1903. Was Found Along Railroad by G. B. Saltcr , FROM NEW YORK TO NORFOLK. Clever Little Jotting * Kept From Day to Day by Some American Wan dered Disappointed With Chicago and Pleased With Omaha Snakes. [ From Sntunl.ty'H Dally. ] Whllo trump life In all of Its upn nnd downs , with unique phases splc- lly described , lins often boon given Hpnco In magiulno articles nml news paper feature stories , purhapH no more Interesting tiilo of the career of a real , living wanderer WIIH o\or unearthed than that wblcli was found by 0. 11. Sailor of Norfolk , when ho picked up a tiny miMui raiidum book near the Minneapolis & Omaha bridge 'Thursday afternoon a woathur beaten - on , forlorn llttlo note book which provotl to bo the roul diary of a train ] ) between March U , 1903 , when ho loft Now York City , and July 7 , when the trnvolor Htruck Swootwator Valley - loy , Wyoming. The llttlo book hail boon lost by the wanderer , evidently , along the r...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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