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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 6 November 1903

THF NORFOI K WFJRKI.Y NEWSJOURNAL PART TWO. NOKKOUC , NKHHAHKA , I'MMDAY ' , NOVKMMKU (1 ( , l'l ' ) ( ) ; PAGES 0 TO 10. Survey Has Been Made by the Union Pacific Company. LINE WILL BENEFIT. , OTHERS. East End of the City Would be an Ideal Location for Manufacturing Industries with Railroad Facilities In that Portion of Town. ( From Tuesilny'H Dally. ] It Is uncertain when the Union Pa cific construction gang will bo hereto to begin the building of the side truck from the main line to the Sugar City Cereal mills , but It is hoped by those Interested that the work may be com pleted before bad weather sets in. The line has been surveyed to leave the main line of the Union Pacific and the M. & 0. a short distance west of the bridge across the Northfork. As surveyed , the spur line will follow the < like around the bond of the river to First street and thence into the grounds of the Sugar City Cereal mills. While the spur is Intended largely for the advantage of the mill company...

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 — 6 November 1903

in Til 13 NORFOLK NEWS : 1'MUDAY ' , NOVBMIJKR ( I , 1003. Valparaiso Merchants Build Up Their Business. ALL IDLE LADOR IS EMPLOYED. A * a Conseniicncc People Have Money to Spend Who Never Had It Before. Profits are Largely Indirect , but the Deet Raisers are Happy. The ix'oplo of Valparaiso , NobniHlm , have tilt niton 11 method of liiHiirlni ; romnnoratlvo ( > iuili | yini'nt mid Konoral prosperity to tlioniHolvoM nuil to tlio town In Konnral Hint will eoiiiiuond II- , m'lf to other IOWIIH In llio Htiito. Within t\\o yt-ai-H children linvo bo- coino well drt'HHod who hail never boon dooontly dollied before. Old jtrooory iicootintH linvo buou paid , hoiiHOH liavo boon painted , Hldnwall.H tiiillt , and-all through an liiHplnitlon HO Hlinplo thai n hundred lowim will wonder why they never thought of It IhnniHOlVOH. A few yoai'H ago when hard Ilinon had Mottled upon ( he country and the poor of the largo eltlon were without work , and often without hread , Iho mayor of the city of...

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 — 6 November 1903

TIIK NHKKOI K NHWS : KIM DA V , NOVHMIWK (5 ( , 1JJ08. 11 Boxes are Finally Draped in Rich Red Effect. GIVES HOUSE BRAND NEW TONE. The Four Boxes are Now Nicely Clothed In Crimson Curtains and the Paper is to Match Has Been Long Desire for this Finishing. The Norfolk Auditorium , which for ycuit has boon a little Born ns a theatre - atro but which has lacUoil the Mulsh ing touches lu ( Impedes and docoin- tlons that aio nlwajs so necessary to nmko a nlnjhoiiHo inottopolilnn In ev ery respect and jnotty to the eye of \ the stranger , Is now nicely clothed Ins snow go\\n of cilinson cut tains which hang giaccfully about the four boxes of the house and which give the whole lilt n tone that It has no\er Known be fore. fore.All All of the boxes 1'uvo now boon pa- h -f poied lu a handsome hue of a ilch , Oeop icd and the cm tains and ill aper ies match In o\or > way. The Interior of the house looKs like a now place with this addition to Its appoatancc. E\or since the bouse was oonstnct...

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 — 6 November 1903

12 TUB NORFOLK NEWS : Kill DAY , NOVKMIJKR , G 1JI08. Thoio are 11 few months In wlilrli to stand up f r Norfolk. Madison coun ty ami Nebraska before llio national campaign IB on. Kidnappings , HUe Imnk robberies , appear to go In bunchim anil by fltund | . Tlio NOWH IIIIH reported two Bonsatlonal nffnlrH of this niitnro withIn - In tin ) past few days , anil would not be astonished to hoar of another noon. Homo scientist has given It out Hint the tallH of onmotH uro coniHHoil | of radium , anil tlio follow wbo can lasso n few of tliom anil brim ; thorn to earth will Imvc his fortune made , UH the substance IH at present iiuotod nl $1- 000,000 a ponnd. "Hiiffalo Mill" IIUH arrlvoil liomotiHt In ( line to go ont Into Wyoming anil gather In n few of thorn- Crow InilluiiH for oxhlhltlon piirponoH. They never will bo mlHHOtl and If ho desires a bunch of thorn ho has general consent to maUo hlH levy on the trlbo. If Oinnhn becomes a grain market It will be of advantage ) to the farmers i...

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 — 6 November 1903

TI1U NOUKOMC NKWS : 1'MUDAY , NOVIOMHKIl , 11)03 ) 1 ! ! Edith Reynolds Missing From Near Petersburg. SUPPOSED HER AUNT TOOK HER Her Father , B. P. Reynolds , Leaves To day for Denver to Find Her and Bring Her Home Missing Since Tuesday From the School. Petersburg , Nob. , Oct. 111. Special to The News : Hdith Reynolds , be tween 17 and 18 years of age , who has been teaching school In a district about ten miles east of this place at Foster , is missing , and her father , 11. P. Reynolds , who clerks In one of the stores hero , is of the opinion that she has been kidnapped by an aunt who lives in Colorado , and loft today for Denver to endeavor to locate thoyoung woman and bring her homo. Much ex citement has been occasioned by her mysterious dlsappoatanco. ( Miss Reynolds' school was to have been closed last evening for a month1 ! ! vacation. Her father drove out to bring her homo for the holiday , but on reaching her boarding house was surprised to learn that she bad not been ther...

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 — 6 November 1903

14 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FIMDAY , NOVKMI1KII 0 , 1908 , Judge Barnes Carries Nebraska by About 8,000 , Plurality. CUMMINS TAKES IOWA DY DO.OOO. Democrats Mnkc Gain * In ths Legis lature Success o ( Governor Dsck- ham Over Dclknap In Kentucky Seems Asnurcd by 25,000 Majority. Mill-Din , Noli , Nov t IH'llnUc fig- nios on I lie election will probably bo lacking for days. HuMldum rcturna linvo liwu lorolvoil , liowovor. to malic It corlnlu Hint Barnes IIIIH boon elect- I'll HHsncliilo Justlro of tlio supreme rourl tiy from 7.000 to lo.oon. and Iho balance of tlio Itupulillniit Mate ticket by nliout 5,000 OhiilnnnnVoltr or tlio 1'opiilUt Htnto rominlttoi' ? nld on tlio faro of tlio lulimm lie com > .led Jinnies' olortlon , nnd with him tin1 two lloiinhllcun regents of the unt vorslty. Of tlio twenty-seven dialilet Judgrs in the Htnto Imllolod for Hits year , tlio Republicans elected llfloon. the liiBlontstH four nnd seven urn In doubt The Republicans nni'ln ' iinliiB In conn- ty nfllcoH...

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 — 6 November 1903

NOHKOMC N10WS : AY , NOVBiMMKIt ( ' , JilOf ) 15 Only a Question of the Majority he Will Get. SLIGHT MAJORITY IN DOUGLAS. World-Herald Concedes the Election of Barnes to Supreme Bench by Possibly 8,000 Douglas County May Give Him Lead of 1,000. Omaha , Nov. 4 , 4 p. in. Special to The News : Less than half of the precincts of Nebraska have thus for reported but at the present rate Judge Barnes Is elected by about 10- OOOvotos. The republican regents for the university are elected by good ma jorities. Douglas county elects the ontlro re publican ticket with the exception of the sheriff , county clerk and district clerk. Populists Concede Election. Lfrfcoln , Nov. 4 , 1:20 : p. m. To The News , Norfolk : Chairman Weaver of the populist state committee concedes Barnes' election by from 5,000 to 8- 000. Wo think from 8,000 to 10,000. II. C. Lindsay. - - Morning Reports. Omaha , Nov. 4. Special to The News : At 11 o'clock this morning the majority of Judge Barnes In Doug las county is pl...

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 — 6 November 1903

Till' ' ! NORFOLK NKWSj FHIDAY , NOVICM131311 0. M)03. ) Son of Carl Rrichc Hurt but Not Killed. STOVE IS SHATTERED TO DIT8. Hole Torn Through the Roof and Joists .ire broken by the Force Os car nicclic Wna Mixing Chemicals When the Accident Happened. \Vltli the Ullolion slovo shattered Into lilts no ono of which IH bigger than a dollar ; \vltli a hole toni through the roof of thn house * hy Urn torrlllc foroo of tlio explosion ; \vHli three Joists Hpllnt < < n < il and Hunt , broken , Into HID I'ollur , I ) turn r Rlocho , who lives several inlloH south of Norfolk on First street , and who WHH In tlio tnldsl of tlio whole frightful accident , IK Hllll allv , Mr. Rlooho IIUH a moving pleturo nw chlno with which ho wan preparing to give a lltllo ( 'iitortalnnionl In ! IH ! own homo. Ilo manufactures ( ho gnu for hlH InHlniinont and In preparing tlio chemicals created an. explosion > vilcli | KliooU tlio wliolo IIOIIHO and which , inarvoloiiHly enough , did not Instantly I...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

IHE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL , , , , , NOUKOIA' NIWHASKA 1'MUDAY ' NOVKM1WH 1H U)0J ) ! University Wishes to Know if Norfolk Wants One. DO THE FARMERS WANT Y\t \ . Those Who Have Had Charge of Pre vious Meetings Will Await Wishes of Those Who Should be Interested. Expenses Met by the University. [ Kroni Tupfilny'B . L. M. Gaylord , sccrolary of the Fanners Institutes for a iniinbor of years past , Is in receipt of u commu nication from Superintendent 10. A. Burnolt of Lincoln asking for Informa tion from Norfolk regarding the hold ing of an Institute hero again during this season. Prof. Burnett pledges i the university to do Its share toward another Institute If the agricultural 'people In the vicinity of Norfolk will iindertake to see that the Interest and attendance Is what It should ho. This is u matter deserving the thoughtful consideration of those to whom most of the benefit accrues from these meetings. Those who have had anything to do with Farm ers institutes in Norfolk In...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

T1II3 NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER U < , 1903. Counci Condrmns Some More Sidewalks. ALLOW LARGE NUMBER OF DILI , : Commissioner Ordered lo " : * " > i i Condemned Walks TcV { . > cre ' . : moved From Round Hctus iu Placed In Residence of Police. iKroni Krlilnv'H Dnlly.1 The city connell mot In rogulnrsoH- nlon liiHt night with Miiyor H 117,011 and nil of tlio councllmon except Wnlkor nntluolow present. Counclhnnn Hniminund of tlio spec- Inl eommlttoo nppolnti < d to Invcstl- pnto the lilll of R E. Hnrtinnn , re ported It ns correct nnd recommended thnt It 1)0 ) paid , which \vnii done , Tlio Hpeclnl commlttoo on the newer nlong South Fourth street to the government building roportud nn agreement with Mr. Mucy hy which lie was to put In u nix-Inch Huwor to the government nlto nnd the city wan to pay him $50. The report of the commltton waR nccoptod. The commlttoo on streets nnd nl- loyo requested permission to employ the city engineer to run the levels Along the 1'nrk...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

'HK NORFOMC NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVEM1WR 18 , J na 'Commissioners ' Allow Large Grist of Bills. "VENIRE OF JURORS IS DRAWN. Wen from Whom Will be Chosen the Jury for the November Term of District Court Expenses of Road and Bridge Work are Met. Madison , Nob. , Nov. G , 1903 , 1 p. in. Hoard of county commissioners mot pursuant to adjournment , all members present. Minutes of last mooting read and on motion np- proved. On motion the folllowlng "bills " wore allowed : S. U. McFarland , expense connected with the election boards , $10. AVm. nrninmond , grading 2nd dis trict , $8r > . AVm. Brummond , bridge work , ? lfl.GO. Win. Urummowl , bridge work , $14.fiO. Win. Brummond , road work , $ G.no. Albert Dcgnor , hardware , etc. , 580.51. August Bruminund , repairing tooths , etc. , $12.85. Win. Dates , witness fees , state vs. Dr. 13. S. Munk , $15.10. Win. Bates , witness foes , state vs. Bocbe , etc. , $10.55. C. R. Miller , road work , commis sioner district 2 , $10. Aug. Klentz , ro...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

Panama wants that canal though she has to tight for It. Ohio might about as well have gone republican unanimously , and had something to feel Rood about for sev eral yeara. H didn't snow , hut there was n lioavy frost and no doubt a few polit ical aspirations were nlppod some lu the hud and others In the scar and yellow leaf. IXxlgo county Is slowly redeeming Itself. LiiHt year It gave Thompson majority of 171 , whllo this year the fusion majority as evidenced by the vote for Hulllvau. was hut 80. Platte county , always democratic , made a llttlo extra stunt , compliment ary to their homo candidate and It may prove that Mr. Sullivan's ma jority there will prove a record-break er. If all of Mr. Dryan'H hopes were placed on Tom Johnson It Is about the rudeat shock ho has yet sus tained during his political career- that brutal republican majority In Ohio. The majority for Judge Darnes IB steadily climbing upward as the re turns come In , and It would not be surprising If It reached nho...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

THE NORFOLK NKWS : FHIDAV , NOVKMMKH HI. 1 0a. Roosevelt Urges Approval of Cuban Reciprocity Treaty. FAITH OF NATION IS PLEDGED. .Chief Executive Says Legislation In Question Is Demanded Not Only by Our Interests , but by Our Honor- Plea for Island Republic. Washington , Nov. 10. The second day of the special session of congress was devoted to the reading of the president's message , urging the en action of legislation necessary to make effective the Cuban reciprocity treaty. The following Is the text .of the message : Vo DIP Semite nnd House of Itcprccrntn- tires : I have convened the congress that it may consider the legislation ncecs- oary to put Into operation the coin- morclal treaty with Cuba , which was ratified by the senate at its last scs- Ion nnd subsequently by the Cuban government. I deem such legislation demanded , not only by out Interest , but by our honor. AVe cannot with propriety abandon the course upon which ho have so wisely embarked. When the acceptance of the ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

f THE NORFOLK NKVVS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 13 , 1908. _ J Oscar Mansfield Met Death Under the Wheels. HE WALKED OFF A MOVING CAR. Cnrs Passed Over Him nnd Hln niuht Arm Was Cut Off , Skull Frac tured and Otherwise Injured Cor oner's Inquest this Afternoon. MadlHon , Nob. , Nov. 12. Special to Tim Mown : Oscar MuiiHlloliI , brakeman - man on the Union rnclllc , wan Iflllntl lioro ill 12IO : ! this morning by falling from hlu train and being run ever by tliu oni-H Ho wan working on tlio ox- tnx freight which loft Norfolk shortly nftor 11 o'clock last night for Coliun- tiuH. llo WIIH an oxlrn man from the main line , was about U2 yearn old nml wna n hrothor of the Hwltchman at Columbus. .1. A. Mansllold. The extra wan plc-klng n | ) nix loadu Of grain from the Hlilo track at thin station and the onglno had pulled Ihoin out and had thrown thorn down the main line to the train. MatiHllold was OH top of the cum rhlhiR Ihoin In. llo got on the third car from the oiul and was going to the end ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FKTDAY. NOVKMHFll HI , 190S. < r * Father Shyne Discourses to a Crowded House. MISSION AT SPENCER SUNDAY. Father Kroupa Assisting at Battle Creek Tllden Mission Will be on the 22nd The several Kinds of Fear Explained. Rev. Father Kroupa of Spencer Is I at Battle Creek assisting Father [ I Walsh at the mission. The mission , - at Spencer will open next Sunday \ night at 7:30 : and that at Tllden will LJ not open until the Sunday after the / 22nd.- The church Is entirely too small 1. for the congregation and many have ' to return homo for want of sitting room. Fnthor Shyno's instruction Wednesday was on the "Fear of the Lord. " He showed that those who did not believe all God teaches and use the means of salvation did not 4 posBoaiJ God's greatest gift , the gift of four. Ho spoke In part as fol lows : Fear God. If the fear of the Lord is but the beginning of wisdom I have much reason to fear there Is little or no wisdom in many big heads. Great Bins have been co...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

8 IMlti NOUKOIiK NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMUEtt 18 , J , )08 ) Father Shync's Course Ends Sunday Morning : . LAST SERVICE AT 10 O'CLOCK. Week's Mission Begins nt Dnttle Creek on Sundny Night and the Next Week Will be a Similar Ser ies at rildcn Great Crowds. IKroin Biitimlny'H linllv 1 The Oiitlwllo mission which IHIH boon hold for a week In Norfolk under - dor the 'im > of Hov. Kathur Hhyuu of t , UIIIIH University , closed Hund.iy . morning A iimrnniolh audience was proHonl Last night Father Shyno be gan a nilHHlou at Ilnttlo Crook , re ports nf whlrh will ho itiihllRhod In The NmvM from day to day. Ono of Uio IIIOMI | io\vorfiil locturoH was on the nlglit before the cliiHo. When Is a Man Jucltjcd ? Uuforo dead ? No. After death ? No. Whim ? In the very Instant of death tlii'i-o In the very room where do dli'H. The inoinory and coiiHt'loiioo are Illumined and lioforo that soul Unit IIUH Just loft the liotly there wtnndH out as In a Horoll the thoughts , tjio words , the doodH of n l...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAI J A PART TWO , iNOIi'KOLK , NKIIHASKA , I-'KIDAY , NOVKtMMKIt III , MIOU Street Car Strike is Trouble some from the Start. DAY IS FILLED WITH RIOTING. Nonunion Street Car Crcwo Are Put to Flight by Strike Sympathizers. Conductor Probably Fatally Dcatcn. Tleup is Complete. Chicago , Nov. 13. Constant scones of disorder over u district uppro.s.1- mutely illty square miles In extent re sulted Iroin tllo inauguration of a strike by the employes of one of thu two i > rinciml | Hiirlaco Btiuet railway companies In Chicago. All along the lines wherever cars \vero Blurted strike sympathizers miule desperate onsluughts on the crows , be- finning at dawn and continuing as long as cars remained on the tracks. The tleup was made complete' . A number of cars were wrecked , and that no person was killed Is no fault of the rioters. One man's back was broken and the first shot of the etrlko was fired at Weutworth avenue and West Sixty-ninth street , where a mob ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

10 NORFOLK NIUWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMBMll 18 , 1903. Af P T I. II n , u , . u , Annual Session of Temperance Women Began Today. ORGANIZATION STRONG AS EVER The Society of Whltc-Rlbboncra Is Still an Agency ( or Good Repre sentatives Present From All Over the United States. Cincinnati , O. , Nov. in. The Hjilrll of onlhiiHlaHtn which innrUi'il tin ononlni ; to tluy of thn iinnnal national W. 0. T. II. convention ri'inlmluil th voturun workorH of the tlino when Mlsw KranccH Wlllunl controlled tin dOHtlnlcH of the fanioiiH orKanlxallo unil wan wont to attract thoutmnilH to the annniil niootliiKH by her oloquonro nnd hur Hlncora ilovotlon to the CIIUHU. On the death of Mlsii Wlllanl , who wna rightly ri'gnnloM IIH the hoail of the organisation In the bnmilontHoiiHO f f the term , It wan predicted by many Uiat the famoim miduty of white ribbonoru would Inevitably K < > ' " plMCH. Hut tlmo has failed to verify thcao predlctlonH. Toilay , accordhiK to the facts and figures , the organi z...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; Fill DAY. "NOVKMMRK in , 190 . 11 f British Delegate Proposes Inter national Federation of Labor. UNIVERSAL UNION SUGGESTED. Plan Is Received with Cheers by Del * egates at Boston Who Favor Work ing Arrangement Between British and American Federations. Boston. Nov. 12. The plan for nn Inlernalloiial Inbor federation vns en thusiastically received b the conven tion of the American I-Y'deralloii of La bor This International alliance was yroposed by James O'Orady , fraternal delegate to the federation from the cabinet makers and upholsterers of Croat Hi-ltaln , who urged that the la boring element In England and Amor- lea work together In harmony. Dele gate O'Oradv's plan was supported by James Simpson of Toronto , a member of the International Typographical union. The morn'ng session was enlivened fcy heated debates on the seating of Delegates Steel and Guild of Cleveland and Delegate Ernest Holim , represent ing the Central Federated union of New York City. In each...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 November 1903

Tim NORFOLK NEWS ; PHI DA V , NOVKMBIUR 53 , 1)3. ! ) ( ) THE NORFOLK NEWS W. N. MUSIC , IMitilUhrr. ItAll.Y. tlCstablUhed 1887. ] Ktcry tiny cict'pl Hmulnjr. lly onrrlpr i > or wool , I ) iviil * . lly Norfolk iNiMiittlrnrinllvnry , per yrwr , HUM. lly mull nil mint roiiliw inul ouUUlo of Norfolk , i < r yonr , f.'l.m. WKUKI.Y NIS\VH-JOUHNAI The NOWH. KfltnlilUheil. 1881. The Journnli KMnbllMied , . Mvory Krldny. lly mull jior > nur , l.ou. Knteroil nt the pontollloo at Noifolk , Neb , , nn Hcoonil ohms tnaltni. Telephones ! ICilltorlnl Department. Ho. 22. llimlnoKH Olllco inul Job Itonmn. No. 322. Nebraska IB onu of the host states in the union for the hardworking p < x > r ninn to tlovelop riches. It may not bo ngrtn'ablo , ordlnnrlly , t liavo a blurt called , uiul people shonlil not blulT , nn Coloinbln did on the canal nmttur and KUIIHUH In regard to tbo Saturday football game. Mr. llryan In kept alnumt UH busy denying that ho IH a rnnilldntu f6r nfllco of presi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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