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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 December 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY . NEWS . JOURNAL IOIMIVVV. nwuinuif .1 Season is Off for Chicken and Quail Shooting. PENALTY IS ON AFTER TODAY. After Having Been Allowed to Fly Freely Fop Over Two Years , the Bob White Has Been Shot During the Last Thirty Days Alone. [ From Monday's Daily. ] Today closes the quail nnd pralrlo chicken season , nnd these toothsome birds may ho killed no inoro this year. After midnight tonight every feather ed specimen of either famlly\ \ which may happen to bo murdered within the borders of this commonwealth will bo subject to n fine of no less than 45 for every one , nnd a bunch of costs I V besides. Today ends a strip of thirty days during which the quail , for the ilrst time In three years , have been tar gets for the gunners. A largo number of the useful little game birds have been slaughtered during the month of legal shooting 1'mt still larger num bers remain after their long protec tion and the continued existence of the Bob White In Nebraska Is prac ticall...

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 — 4 December 1903

Tl I ! NOKKOUv NEWS : FRIDAY , DECBMUKU 4 , 100)1. ) IS Norfolk Sugar Factory Quit Running This Morning. RUN SHORTER THAN USUAL. Good Campaign While It Lnstccl , but Did Not Last Long Enough nnd the La at Sackful of Sugar Was Drawn From Spout at 7:30 : this Morning. [ From Tucudny'H Dully 1 The mignr making campaign of the Norfolk Hoot Sugar factory was ( In- lehod thin inoniliiK ut 7HO ! anil the wheels were brought to n HtandHtlll for the year , to ho romnnod not before next fall. It IB to bo understood , however - over , that there will liu considerable work huforo thu noawm'H work will ho completed. Whllo no inoru huotn will bo run through , there IH always nn ninount of work loft ever that will kcop a portion of thu force hiiHy for porhapH another month , hut the inon who handle the houtH will ho laid off tlilH morning. The run ban lieon Hhortor than usual thin HOiiHon , hut It WIIH highly success- fill whllo It hiHtod. The sugar pro- dticod was of high grade and the hootH ylol...

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 — 4 December 1903

THE NOHFOLK NMWS : FRIDAY. nKC'KMHMK ' . 100H , ll \ Have Changed Course of Current \m rent Back to Old Bridge. i NEW DAM PLACED IN STREAM. ii A Large Force of Union Pacific Labor i ers are Again Attempting to Swing the Channel Where It Ought to Go. Effects of Hlnh Water. [ frrntn Thurmlny'H Dnlly. ] The ilcklc , iiiusBy Elkliurn r'-'oi ' , which last spring did HO nine ! ) damage - ago to the Union Pacific railroad pi op- crty just south of Norfolk , Is lining ; overpowered by u force of mime thirtv men nnd proinlsoH to roturi voiy shortly to Its original course and to behave Itself for a short tlii'o HI least. A new ( him 1ms been plneo I in the Btroam ju t nbovo the Uiu 1. 1'iiftfl.e bridge with a hope o curbing I ho cur rent' and sending it onr.o moro be neath the piles which were originally < lrl\'en Into the earth for It. A quan tity of rlprapplng has boon done to aid In the matter. The b..dge under wiu h the war or originally passed bus stood above dry land thi summer and ...

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 — 4 December 1903

'PI1M ' NOKKOMC NKWS : FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4 , Ji)08 ) THE NORFOLK NEWS W. N. IUISU. DAILY. UCMnlillHhotl 188 ? , ] Kvery < lny except Humlny. Uy car rier l > or week , If. conm. Uy Norfolk pontoilli'o Oollvory , i > or yenr , $ .0p. Uy mnll on rural routes niul oiiUlilo of Norfolk , per yenr. 13.00. XVHKKl.Y NiaWN-JODIINAI. . The NOWH. KKtnollHlieil. 1881. The Joimml , antnbllalioil , 1887 , Every Krlitny. Hy mnll per year , ll.BU. Kntorml nl tlio iiontollluo nt Norfolk , Ncl ) . , ns Boconrt Pinna mutter. Telephoned : Kdltorinl Department , No. SJ. UunlnosB Olllco nml Job Iloomn , No. 322 , If you Imvo assisted In mnklna an other happy , you have had double cause for thankfulness. Norfolk might not object to an electric line qr two If It becomes gen erally fashionable In the state. Sonatora should bo careful In tholr quotations from President McKlnloy when Senator Hanna Is present. Perhaps today you are thankful that the turUey'n revenge on your gastronomic arrangement did n...

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 — 4 December 1903

THE NOIWOUv NIOWS : Kill DAY , DKCKiMMMK I. l'Kfl. ' ) Two Nebraska Bank Burglars arc Sentenced. REACH PENITENTIARY TODAY As a Result of the Work of Two De tectives Highwaymen Are Sent From Hebron to the State Prison They Were Wanted Elewhere Also , Lincoln , Nov. 30. Two bank rob bers have boon sentenced to eight years In the penitentiary from Heb ron , as a result of the work of Detec tive Malone niul the sheriffs of Hall and Buffalo counties. They are the men charged with blowing the bank nt Byron , Neb. , September 30 , last. In that raid they secured $2filO. De tective Malone Is confidant that these mon had something to do with the holding up of train No. 41 on the Burlington , September 22 , at Ama zonia , Mo. One of the men , Dillon , has Uoen identified by trainmen , as having been put off that train twice by the brakeman the evening before the train was held up. Gordon , one of the three men ar rested near Shelton at the time Car roll and Dillon were taken , was not prosecu...

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 — 4 December 1903

' 'PIIK ' NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 4 , J008 Notes to be Redeemed and De positors Paid. WESTON'S FRIENDS RESPOND. Affairs of Wyomlnrj Dank I" Which Nebraskn'o ' Auditor Is Interested , nre to lie Adjusted Stockholdcrn Secure the Needed Loan. CnnporVyo. . , Doc. I. Special to The NUWHI The HtockholdurH of the Donecko bank. In connection with the fnlluro of which Auditor \VoHton of NobniHlm haw boon under urnwt here , hiivo horiowi'd enough moiioy to pay off all the oiitHtnndliiK < > t ! H < > r tlll ) Institution , anil It IH pmpnmid to pay off all the dupoHltorri Immediately , BO that the affali-H of the limtltutlon may ho placed on a llrm basis and I > UHIIOHH | resumed. . * ' Hnve Fnlth In Weston. Omaha , Doo. 1 , A special COITOR- pendent of the lloo writes hlB paper from Uncoln as follows concerning the trouhlo of Htato Auditor \Vonton : The arroHt of Auditor \VetUon In WyoinliiK , ehnrgud with taking In de posits In hlB Imnlc at Casper when ho know the Btu...

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 — 4 December 1903

IP. . THE NOHKOl 1C NKWS : K1UDA Supreme Court at Lincoln Orders it Sent In. ALSO CLOTHING OF DEAD MAN. Judge Potter of Alnsworth was Yes terday Instructed by Court Reporter Maher to Forward Several Articles as Evidence to Lincoln. Alnswortli , Nob. , Doc. 3. Special to The News : The revolver of Fred M. Hans , the Northwestern dotdctlvo now dn Jail hero for the killing of D. O. LUBO In April , 1001 , wns yesterday ordered sent to the clerk of the supreme premo court at Lincoln by Judge Pot ter. The order came through John Manor , clerk of the Fifteenth Judicial district of Nebraska. Besides the fatal weapon , several horse bones , a deer and the clothing which LUBO wore at the time of his death , were also ordered sent to Lin coln where the supreme court now has Uie famous murder case under ad visement. All of these articles were offered as evidence at the trial in Alnswortli. ILLNESS AT ANOKA. Merl Bates Slowly Improves Mrs. Beydler Has Scarlet Fever. Anoka , Neb. , Dec. 3. Specia...

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 — 4 December 1903

'Mill * . i.MMhAV m < VM < mnii'i > A Services Over His Remains Held at Tcknmah Home. BROTHER OF NORFOLK WOMAN. A Young Man Thirty Years of Ago , Well Educated nnd of Exception. ! ! Ability In Scientific and Literary Di rections , Death IB Doubly Tragic. IKinin MniulnvV Pully 1 1 Tlio funeral of Wllllum I'ndiliicl : , thu young man who WMH killed ny IIH ! fiithor litnt week nt Tokiimuh ami a brother of Mrs. John Bullantyno nf this city. wus hold Monday nftornoon. Mrs. Bahintyno watt proHont for tlio services. Solomon 1'aililnch , llin father , is father of Mrs. Uallantyno of Norfolk. Tliuvlfo anil mother was hero for u visit when thu terrible tragedy oc- currcil lit thu Hurt county homo Solomon Pnddook Is an old Holdlur nnd Itvnu during the war of the ro- bullion that lie contracted his tuMo for liquor.Vhllo she wan at hoiiio hit * wlfo WIIH ahlu to control the \ot- uran Holdlur an no onu OHO ) nvor oouUl. When Him loft lior hoimo Itvm not nt all curtain that ho would not h...

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 — 11 December 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. , , , N10UUASKA KIUDAV 11 ! ( ) Pica on Their Behalf Denied by Roosevelt. \VILL RESTORE CITIZENSHIP. If Record Is Good at End of the Year Father and Son Will Have Full Rights of Citizenship Mlllard to Take up Marshalshlp. Washington , Doc.I. . 1'rosldont Iloosovclt 1ms rofuscd to pardon the RolmorH , father nnd BOH , who nro now serving n term In the Sioux Falls pen itentiary for looting the Neligh bank. Senator Millard and Representative McCarthy called on the president yes terday and presented a plea for tlio pardon of 13. A. and Edward Helmut's. Senator Mlllard did the talking and told the president that by reason of .good service the Rcimors would ho discharged March 20. The president said ho objected to pardoning persons from the penitentiary. Ho could see his way clear to extending ocntlvo clemency to the Re.ltners , . If the reports of good conduct wore justified ho would by executive order .restore them to citizenship at the end of the year. ...

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 — 11 December 1903

HIE JHUIIKOLK JNH1WS : FRIDAY. DKCMMHUI ? JL HUM TI110 NUW.S ; IMUDAY , DECEM'JWU.U. 1008. Holiday Vacation to bo of Two Weeks Duration. RE-OPEN FIFTH OF JANUARY. Doard of Educntlon Fixes the Period of the Holiday Treasurer's Report Shows Unpaid Warrants Amounting to $9,510.55 Outstanding. [ From Tiicmliiy'H Dnlly.l A regular mooting of the hoard of education , with full hoard present , wns lii'ld on Monday availing , December - bor 7. Tha treasurer's report showed a balance of catdi In the general fund of $ r > 9r > ,20 , with unpaid outstanding warrants amounting to $ .1,010.55. The following blllH were allowed : A. Dognor , repaint and sup plies * 7 13. I ) . Brown , cleaning "Wash ington building 1 50 Norfolk Electric Light and Power Co. , November lightIng - Ing 2 10 8. 0. Dean , glass and repaint 7 115 Worth Adamspumping at Lin coln school 9 00 H. E. Hardy , coal 32 00 Norfolk PI-OHH , supplies ' 0 15 Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. , lumber 1 85 Hand , McNnlly & C...

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 — 11 December 1903

THE NORFOLK NtWS : Tt'USDAY , DIMMMMH H. 1SI08. Council Declines to Pay in Full for October and November. CLOUDY NIGHTS WERE DARK. Company Promises to Light All but One Lamp In the Future and are to be Given Another Month's Trial. Settle for Labor on the Ditch. [ From Friday's Dnlly. ] The city council met In regular ses sion Thursday night with the mayor nml all of the councilman present , ex cept Spellman and Huolow. The special committee on street lighting reported and recommended that the bills of the Norfolk Fuel and Light company for October and No vember bo reduced to n fair amount for the service rendered and that the , company bo given the month of Do- cbiiib'6r ' iftf'Vi fyftlier trial and If the ' s WbTOW''imt rulffll the re- 1 < iMriinj"Jjf ( ? tlio contract as to qual- v > l'Hy of flgllt aim time of service , that | lltlien the contract bo terminated. The report of the ! committee was accepted and filed. The street and alley committee re- porteil that all claims f...

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 — 11 December 1903

I'lit/ 1111 f i. i TilI3 NOKI-'OLIC N13WS ! F1UDAY , DECKMUMU 11 , lflM ( , THE NORFOLK NEWS W. N. 1UIH10 , I'ulilUhrr. " DAILY. ( ICMnlillnlteit 18R7 ] Kvory ilny except Htitulny. Hy enr rlor per wcolt , 15 conlii. lly Norfolk pontoitlco ilollvory , | ior your. Ifl.OO. lly mull on nirnl rumen niul oiitnlilo of Norfolk , for your , a.OO. \VliliKI.V M\VH-.IOUUNAI. . The NOWH. NHtiitillBlieil. 1881. The JiMinml , cHtiililUliuil , 1887. Kvory Friday. Hy nmll per your , $ l.f > 0. Unteretl nt tliu ponmnico ut Norfolk , Neti , , ns doootiil CUHH ! tnnitvr. Telephone * : ICdltorliil Depurtniotit , So. 22. DllKlllOKB OIllCO Illlll Jtlll UnolilB , No. 322. A Slnox City iniui acquired n Jag for llfty cents , but that IH nothing. Norfolk men luivo boon known to ac quire u Jag without u cent. Another spoil of tlmt fiunoiiH Ne braska lirnntl of Indian summer wont her IB about duo mid Ilio wontlior man will please not allow the debt to outlaw. It IH evident from tlm growth of that Ill-onion's...

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 — 11 December 1903

TUB NOHKOhK NEWS : FHIDAY , DECKMUKH 11 , 11)03 ) Looks Like Sensational Elope- Near Ainsworth. PROMINENT YOUNG MAN IN IT. Slxteen-Year-Old Daughter of William Austin , Living Near SprlngvlewGal- lops Mysteriously Away on Horse back and Could Not be Found. Ainsworth , Nob. , Dec. ! . Special to The News : The IC-yoar-old daugh ter of William Austin , living some thirty miles northeast of here , nnd who so suddenly disappeared recent ly on horseback , has finally been trac ed and It looks like an elopement in which a prominent young man of the neighborhood figures conspicuously. COLUMBUS POULTRY SHOW. Exhibit of Fine Stock of North Ne braska on This Week. jColnmbus , Nob. , Dec. 4. The poul- tfry and pet stock show now open to the public In the Morissey building , just west of K. Van Bergon's store , will bo open until Saturday , this week , and the exhibition Is much larger than the ono last year. L. G. Xlnncckor , E. C. Worden and Will Kersonbrock have been the principal workers fo...

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 — 11 December 1903

'I I I It1 flJMIMU il KII.IU'U. 111)11 , xr TUB NOIIKOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , DEUEMDlsSU 11 , 11)03. ) Flndlnjr In the Case of William Paddock. SHOT WITH FELONIOUS INTENT. Tragedy of Young Man In Tckamah Is the Snddost Affair Ever Known In Burt County and Family Have Sympathy of All Citizens. JKroin Tni'filiiy'H Tho. tragedy at the Paddock Immo on Silver Crook InHt Friday Hint eniiHt'd tlio utitlmnly death of William Pnddock. who wna shot liy hln fatlior , caused the donpoHt Horrow In ( hln city anil surrounding country of anything ( tint ever occurred horo. Itvan ( ino of thoflo deplornblo doodw ( hat makes It a p'Unfnl ' duly In record. It o tln- gnllCliod a 'lU ' . 'Ijp ' alul ul" < ' " ' | H dies ; TindoepfHt tiyinialiy | | goon otilitn" ( ho mother , Hlstor anfl two ro- ifta'li\litg \ brutlKirH. inoro onH'Qljilly | to the mother who In ( moil , and foohlo , whoj aH'Hl.lPlidlng TIjifiilcBKlvliij ; with hqr daughter at Norfolk whun the Had affair ocrnrrod and wan notllli'd by telep...

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 — 11 December 1903

TI1M NOHKOUv NKWS : KKIDAY , DKCRMHKK 11 , J)0 ! ) Postofike and Two Saloons Were Robbed. HIGH CARNIVAL WITH TOUGHS. Money , Stamps and Budge Required to Satisfy Dlxon County Burglars. A Lincoln Crook Confesses that he Robbed the Pleasantdale Bank. Newcastle , Neb. . Dec. 8. Special to The News : Burglars hold high carnival hero last night and appeared to have things about their own way. The postofllco was entered and n number of stamps and some money taken. The two saloons wore next touched up , the tills robbed and some of the goods taken. The safe In thd postofllco was crack ed and $225 In cash and a number of money order-blanks taken. At Dougherty's saloon $5 In money nnd several boxes of cigars were se cured , and In Munsoy's saloon the thieves got ? C. Though explosives wore used in blowing the postofllco safe , no ono In the town heard the report and noth ing was known of the operation of the burglars until Postmaster O. A. Dul ler came down early In the morning to make up th...

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 — 11 December 1903

llh' tvn\Hi't\i \ \ ( 8 THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 11 , 1903. Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Resents Visits. THROWS THINGS AT PEOPLE And Sometimes She hurls Bad Lan guage at Them ns Well .is nt the Author who Has Mndo Her Famous Mrs. Dudenz Recites an Instance. IFiom Frlilin'H Onllv ] Mrs. Dora 10. Budonwlio WIIH n member ( if The News force for ulno yearn previous to her removal in 'MiirtlnH\lllo , , linl. , where HIO ! ImH boon city cilltor of tlio Dully Reporter for llvo yours , published tlio following n Mrs. YVIggs of the Onblmgo Patch In a roi'onl Issue of the Reporter : "Thoro IH a decided rontniHt In the genial wolroino vlHllot'H rccolvo at the homo of Miss Tlua L'hulps. IlilH city , when they go ( o pay their 10- HpeclH to her 'ilonoinliuvtlonal garden' and the reception of callot'H at the 'Cabbage Patch1 In Louisville , Ky. , whom 'Mrs. Wlggs' ( UawO lives. "Many poopfu luivo boon tnrnoil away from hur door , disappointed that the famous charnctor denied thom ad...

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 — 18 December 1903

f , f - fttf t ; ; i > i iI I THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL. , , , , , NOKI 'OlK NM'llUIASlvA ' 1'MUDAV ' DIOl'KMHKR IS Ranges and Lights Refused to Burn This Morning. THE TROUBLE WAS REMEDIED. After a Couple of Hours the Gas Was Again Circulated In the Mains and the Lights and Ranges Worked. Trouble With Electric Lights. [ From Frldny'n Dnlly. ] There was nil kinds of trouble nt tlio power plant of the Norfolk Fuel and Light company this mornln. For the first time since the plant was established hero there was no gas In the pipes or the tanks when there should have been and Manager Fulton and his helpers began the work of locating the trouble with no posi- tlve assurance that they could have the machinery again performing Its functions In an hour or a day. The situation was something now In the history of the plant , and they were not certain for some time wherein-the trouble lay. Customers In all parts of town were not less anxious than was the gas management. Lamps and ranges...

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 — 18 December 1903

I I Mi' Ml\ttti'l\l \ it MIM ; O. MIR NOHKOLK NISNVS : KU1DAY , DlCl'KMHUlt ' IS , Wl. ) ; PicrccPrlzc Winners Delighted With Norfolk. STANDING ROOM AT A PREMIUM , An Enthusiastic Audience Attended the Presentation of "Lost River" nt the Auditorium , to Which the Cotv test Added Interest. [ Kroin Tiimilnv'R Dnlly.l MHH | Mary PoworH of 1'lorco , to- Kcthor with lior party cif four frlonilH , occupied box "H" nt the Auditorium liiHt night mill the biggest hoimuful ol playgoers that has filled tlio pit thin Reason occuploil the rent of the thea ter to watch the proHOiitntlon of "Loot lUvor. " The Heat Halo ran strong nil < lny long and early In thu evening the "Standing Hooni Only" sign hud to lie hung up nt the door. Every single neat was taken and many stood In the nlHlofl to watch the play which hnil lieon Riven unununl InteruHt by the contest for thu box party that win awarded to thu most popular yoiini ; lady of north Nebraska. The theater patty were driven from the Oxnard nt ...

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 — 18 December 1903

I P'1 Stranger From Wayne County Up Against It. FOUND SENSELESS IN AN ALLEY. Sayo he Dropped Into Town , Took a Drink and the Next Thing he Knew he Woke up In Darkness , Minus His .Money and a Watch-Chain. ( From Wednesday's Dally. ] A stranger from Wayne county dropped Into the city on the evening train over the Chicago , St. Paul , Min neapolis & Omaha line , took ono drink , ho claims , and know nothing more until ho was picked up in a dark alley-way very early In the morning and transported to the city jail in a wheelbarrow. The visitor had boon separated from nil of his cash and a watch-chain and It is his opinion that ho was drugged by some unscrupulous wretch and de liberately robbed of his money. lie thinks that he knows the Individuals whom ho mot and can consequently point them out if they are located. Ills friends , however , say that the fol lows who are described by the victim , have very suddenly disappeared and that there will consequently bo little chance of find...

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 — 18 December 1903

lilt' Ml\ttlil\l \ it Mi.Miro. v' V il 'IMK ' NnllKOlK NHWS : KUIDAY , IS , 1 THE NORFOLK NEWS \V. N. llt'MC , PiihlUlirr , ' n.vii.v. IKntalillKlied 1887. ) Kvory Ouy oxropt Hutiilny. Hy cnr- rlor nor week , U > cunln. Uy Nnrfolli pofttoillto delivery. i > or your , Jd.on. Uy mull nn rurnl rumen mid outMlito of Norfolk , per ycur , J3.00. WiiiCIY : NUW.H-.IOIIHNAI. . The Now * , KMnlillHlioil , 18S1. The Joimiul , oHtublUlioil , 1887 , Every Frltlny. Uy mull per yonr , $1.80. Entered nt tliu poHUilllco ut Norfolk , Neb. , n BOCOMI ! CHHH mutter. Telephones : Editorial Department , No. 22. ituidiieHH OMIco uiul Job B , No. 322. Now thin John Alexander IH again hi control of SJIoii ho will probably undertake to see to It that ho line plenty of cnHli on Imntl before lie undertaken nnothcr Journey to Now York. A scientist has figured It out that tlio earth will endure for another hundred million yearn , which will be pleasing Intelligence to HIOHU who Rtlll have a coiiHlilurahle ...

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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