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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 29 January 1904

\ \ ( Til IS NOIWIK ) NKWS : I 'IMIAY ) , JANUAHY 2' ' ) , lilOI. THE NORTOLK NEWS W. N. HUMS , I'nlilUltrr. " IIAII. i [ ICnlnbllHliPil 18S7.J Kvorv ilny uxoopl Mumliiy. Hi' our- rlrr nor week. 16 emits. Uy Norfolk poHtoitlPo delivery , jior yo r. Ifi.OO. lly mull on rural rout * * nnil ouUUlo of Norfolk. | ior > cnr. JS.OO. \VltlCICI.Y MinV.S-.WIIU > A I. . Who Now * . KHliitillnhOil. 1881. Tlio Journal. i'Htiil > llnhnil , 18i7 fQvory Krliliiy. Uy niiiil i > or yuar , Jl.Ko. Ktlturnd at tlio pnslolllro nt Norfolk ! Nrh. , UN ynruml OIIHH iinutor. Tnloplioiit'n : "Killtorlnl Duiwrlninnt. No. 2J. llimliiuHH Ollloo nnil Job Mounts , No. 322 , . Now Hint tlio convention ilnlo linn hoon sol. tlio candidates for linnnr nl tlio liiuiilfl of Ilio party will begin ( o stir IhoniRolvi's nnit show them- HOlvoa In Increasing numbers. The Irnnunla club of Chicago Is preparing to liooiu nononil Miles us I ho rtoiuoernllc candidate for prosl- ilont. "Iroiiuols" IB not recently con 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 — 29 January 1904

T11K NOKKOI.KKs. \ . I-'KWAY - , .1 \\l MM J ! ) How Buildings are to be Ren dered Safe. FIRE ESCAPES AND EXITS Doors Must Swing Outward From Halls and Buildings Where Meet ings arc Meld Heavy Penalties for a Violation of the Laws. The Btuto laws making provision for the wifely of people In public unit semi-public buildings In the event of llro are jimt now of general Interest nml thp following IH tnUou from llio copy prepared by City Attorney Koo- nigaloln for tlio use of the council In vestigating connnlttpp : 1 "All buildings In tblfl Btulo which nro four or inoro stories In height , i excepting aiiph HB am impd for pri vate residences exclusively , lint In cluding Huts nml apartment buildings , shall bo provided with one or moie metallic ladders or stair lire escapia attached to the outer walls thereof , and provided with platforms of such size and dimensions and such prox imity to one or inoro wlndown of each story above the tlrst. as to render ac cess to such ladders or stairs...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 29 January 1904

C ) J , W. Bovcc Tells of Lectures nt the State Meetings. TALK ON IDEAL SEED CORN Perfect Ear Contrasted With Tbnt Which Was Imperfect Lecture and Demonstrations of Value to Orchard- late Trimming of Treeo. Norfolk , .Ian. 2fi. I wont to Lincoln to attend the twenty-one or HOIIIO of that number of state aBRoclatloun as sembled on the state farm between .lanua'ry 18 and 23. I put In all my tlmo there and the meeting of the corn breeders association was of OB- poclal Interest and profit to mo. The expert Judge , Shanol , wan from 1111- noln. In bin addresn ho had three sain- plo earn of corn as specimens , one supposed to bo objectionable , the other an Improvement on the tlrstand lastly what ho considered an approaching preaching the Ideal of perfection under - dor the now Impetus to develop Hood corn. The supposed perfect oar wnB eleven Inches long , seven and one- half Inches In circumference , and In color a duop yellow. The grains In the row wore mtpposed to bo of the same sl/.o....

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 29 January 1904

Till' ' ] NOKKOMv N10WS : TODAY , JANUARY 111) ) , J1104 Lieutenant Mapes of the Twen ty-Fifth Was in Norfolk. "KNEW THE LIEUTENANT KILLED Ho Was at One Time In the Twenty- Second Regiment and Knew Rob erts , the Officer Killed Saturday- Ways of the Army. Lloulonnut Mnpca , of the Twenty- Fifth Infantry , U. S. A , , stationed nt Fort Nlnbrarn , near Valentino , Neb , , was In Norfolk on Saturday evening when the news cnmo that two lieu tenants of the Twenty-Second regi ment had been killed in the Philip pines. As a rather peculiar coinci dent , Lieutenant Mapes had formerly been with the Twenty-second and was well acquainted with Lieutenant Hob- erts. Lieutenant Flake ho did not Itnow. The two soldiers were killed whllo scouting In Mlndano. In speaking of the Incident , Lieutenant Mapes said , "Roberts was a flno fellow. I remem ber him well and ho was always a favorite among the younger ofllcers. " Lieutenant Mapes was in the city looking for recruits into the regular army service...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 29 January 1904

- S Mil' ' ] NORFOLK NFAVS : FRIDAY , .JANUARY 2 ! ) . Presented His Missourinn Piece in Norfolk Last Night. PRIZE WINNERS FROM MADISON Two Prominent DOXCB at the Audito rium , Which Were Decorated With Palms and American Colors , Wcro Occupied by Questo of Honor. ( Front Thurmlny' Dnllv 1 Tim Murphy not ( ho Kind Imml from n comfortably tilled Auditorium IIIH ! night upon the occawlon ( if hlw Inltlnl visit to Norfolk. People llkod him from the beginning and kept right on thinking hoVIH good throughout the ploco. Hut It was Tim Murphy that they liked rather than anything that was In the play ItHolf. It WIIH hardly up to the standard of hiH "Old Inno cence , " or "A Bachelor's Romance , " nnil n good mnny people will ho glad to hoar that ho lit going to put on "A Bachelor's Ilomaiieo" again within a conplo of woekn. Tim played the part of Broncho .11m all right. There wasn't anything about that fonturo Hint wan lacking. H"t lll ° rol ° llH0" ' didn't Boom quite up to the Htanilard o...

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 — 5 February 1904

< ll THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL , , , , iNOKKOMv NU1WASKA I'MMDAY I'MMKUAKY 5 1001 V Vessels , Cleared for Action , Leave Port Arthur. THEIR DESTINATION UNKNOWN May Establish a Blockade Russian Commander at Vlalsvostock Notifies Japanese to be Ready to Leave at Moment's Notice. Port Arthur , Fob. 4. The entire Russian fleet , with the docks of the vessels cleared for action , loft this port this morning. The destination of tlio fleet Is un known , buyc. . ' - believed here that something f { S/.1f ( ) * o take place , and It hatf u * ' " < o-/ ' 'ock- ndes of Japanese i-- iin- plated. WARN JAPS TO LEAVE. Order of Russian General Says a Siege May Come Soon. Vlatlisvostock , Feb. 4. The Rus sian commander has notified the Jap anese residents of the city to bo ready to Icnvo at a moments notice. lie gave out the statement that a siege Is likely to ho in effect at any time now. War on , Perhaps. London , Fob. 4. At 4 o'clock this afternoon n special was received by the Even...

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 — 5 February 1904

TiriO NORFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY , FEJ1HUARY 5 , 1904. Face Chopped to Pieces by Sharp Short Hoofs of Horse. HI8 SKULL 13 FRACTURED , TOO While Crossing Norfolk Avenue Sat urday Evening , Mr. Lulknrt Was nun Down , Stepped on nnd Kicked His Condition Is Critical. With his skull frnclurod , hln lionil benton unit battered uiul bruised , nnd hln fnco chopped anil slashed nnd gashed by the sharply Hhod hoofs of wickedly kicking horflo under whnnu foot lie hud fiillcn , 0. A. Lulknrt , president of the Citizens Nntlonnl bnnk of this city , president of the Norfolk commercial club nnd n loadIng - Ing domocrnt In Nebraska , Hen nt IIB ! home. HOI Norfolk nvomio , in n very critical condition todny. It hnH boon found thnt the skull IB fractured nt the buck of the bond nnd meningitis hns coinu on. The frac ture nt thin point IB thought to bnvo resulted either from the liorao'B whole weight being crushed upon tbo bender or from tbo blow which was given when it Btruck against the buggy wheel. It...

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 — 5 February 1904

* ] THE NORFOLK NEWS : PHI DAY , I'MUIWUAHY ' 2 , IDO-I. English Portmanteau is Stolen From Union Depot. POLICE HUNT AROUND IN VAIN A Satchel Placed on the Platform of the Union Depot IB Carried Away. One House Was Searched But Dag Could Not be Found In It. IFrom Stttuidnv'a Daily. ] Thlovos Btolo nn English portman- tcnu belonging to Mrs. 0. H. Alien of Hawarden , Iowa , from the platform of the union depot between G o'clock nntl 7:30 : lust evening. The grip con tained n lurgo amount of clothing , together with two dozen souvenir spoons , nntl personal property of es pecial value to the owner. The police worked all night attempting to locate the satchel nuil apprehend the thieves but their efforts were unavailing. Ono or two very suspicious clews have been developed and thcso will bo pur sued further by the olllcors In the hope of catching the guilty parties. The grip , which Is a solo leather bag of British pattern , boars the mark , "C. J. II. A. " in small black letters. It was...

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 — 5 February 1904

THE NORFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY , FEBRUARY 5,1904. THE NORFOLK NEWS Wt N. IIU8I3 , UAII.V. 1887. ] Hvory tiny except Hiimlny. Hy cur rier pnr week , 15 cent * . Iiy Nor/oik poatotnce delivery , per yonr , 18.00 , ly mail nu rural route * anil outalilc of Norfolk , per your , 13.00 , WKHIC1.Y NUWS-JOUUNAt. . The News. KMubllnhAcl. 1881. Tlio Journiil , ( mlalllilioil , 1877 , iQvery Krlilny. Iiy mall per year , Jl-BO. Kitterml nt the poatoinoe at Norfolk , Meb. , ni second olnnn matter. T \eilioiieii | : Kdltorlnl Department , No. 12. UimliioHs Ollleo unil Job Jtootnc , No. 323. Kvory politician should not speak nt once for the honor of boiiii ; the head of Iho Norfolk city goNorutnont after tlu ) coining campaign , If iho republicans of Nebraska nro nllly enough to listen to the demo- crntlp "Bio 'oinl" It will plcaso Mr. IJryun anil his party liniuonsoly. Wanted to know why It IH that n ponum at once jumps to tlio conclu- nlon that u man Is a tough who IH noon wabbling n clcurctto arou...

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 — 5 February 1904

THE NOKKOL1C NEWS : FRIDAY , KEBHUAH.Y . 5 , 11101. w lr That is What the Man From Washington Thinks. BILL TO GO THROUGH SENATE It Is Confidently Expected That the Senate Will Have Passed It Before Saturday Night Rush of People Is Already On Expect 75,000. Yesterday's Northwestern trnln which imsseil through Norfolk to Bonostocl , carried Special Representa tive'Uackua ' of that place from Wash ington , where ho had been In the In terests of the Rosebud reservation bill , back to his homo In Gregory county. Mr. Backus was In Washing ton the other day when the Rosebud bill went through the house of repre sentatives and ho predicts that be fore Saturday ulght It will have passed as safely through the scnuto of the United States. It Is hoped that the bill may oven bo passed at the senate's session today. Having once passed through that high body of the country's lawmakers , nothing will remain In the way of opening up the Rosebud reservation of 416,000 acres of choice land , except 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 — 5 February 1904

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 5 , 1901. Law Provides for Distress War rants After February i. DELINQUENT SINCE NOVEMBER Trcnsurer and His Bondsmen are Per sonally RcRponslblo ( or the Out standing Accounts Due the County on Personal Property. County Treasurer Si'havland anil his domitlos nro Jimt at present en gaged l ObHlM'VlUg tllO advantages mill disadvantages of the now revenue - onuo law regarding the collection of delinquent laxon anil have boon re ceiving HtaloinontH of the uniountR duo nont out to the people of the coun ty. Many have Imon paying up bo- -cauHo tlioy nro a lltllo unwilling to test the penalty that the now law may Impost ) and the provision for collec tion IH RomotliliiK thnt lian caimoil many to moot the obligations Imposed by the county promptly at the tlmo It IH duo. The following noctloiiH of tlio revenue law nro cltoil In demand ing payment of the obligations : "On the llrst ilny of December of the year In which taxes shall have boon iiHHoinblod , a...

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 — 5 February 1904

THE NOUKOIiR NKWS : 1'MUDAY ' , l-'KHIirAHV - fi , MIDI I Farmers and Townspeople Have < Lost the Art. SELL STOCK AND BUY MEAT Old Fashioned Recipes that Have Been Preserved May be Useful to the 'Present Generation Have Had a Thoroujjh Test and Found Good. The farmers and townspeople of to day have boon BO accustomed to del egating the task of looking after their supply of meat to the meat market men and packing trust , that the art of preserving moats and that of killIng - Ing and cutting up beeves and hogs Is almost lost to the people In gen eral , with the exception of those who had the necessary experience and training In the past generations. For merly the butcher and the packer only took care of the moat that had boon previously killed by the farmer , who always kept out what bis own family needed nml sold What ho could to neighbors and townspeople before dis posing of his surplus stock to the city markets. Now the majority of the poop o living In town and many of the farme...

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 — 5 February 1904

a MIB NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FBHRITARY 5 , 1004. Three Mysterious Calls at Mid night Give Alarm. ONE AFTEH ANOTHER THEY CAME Out Not One of the Blue Coated Offi cers Stopped to Tell Mrs. Charles Durham What the Trouble Wan nnd She Was Much Puzzled. Of nil llio wlord nnd creeping HIMI- nations which psychologists iittrlliiito to the human inlnil under vnrloim ctr * cutUHtanccs and conditions , perhaps none could bo moro uncomfortable and at the nntuo time moro tilled with angry onrloHlty to know what wan the matter than Mm. ClmrluH Durham of South Norfolk who win all nlouo at lior homo liuit Saturday night and who suffered a thrill from 'throo dls- tlnct vlslf * of pollcomon each tlmo u different ono within the Hliort Bpaco of half an hour. And the moot exasperating part of It all wan that lint ono of the lilno coated officers who Htolo np to the door mysteriously , nipped and asked for her huHhand , told her what wan wanted. Kach ono of the throe , linvliii ; learned that Mr. Durha...

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 — 5 February 1904

8 Three Mysterious Calls at Mid night Give Alarm. ONE AFTER ANOTHER THEY CAME Out Not One of the Blue Coated Offi cers Stopped to Tell Mrs , Charles Durham What the Trouble Was and She Was Much Puzzled , Of nil the wlord and crooning son- nations which psychologists attribute to tlio human mind under various olr- cuniHtancort und rondltlonii , porhauM none could ho moro uncoinrortnblo and nt the same ( line moro llllod with nng'ry curiosity to Umnv wlmt wa the innttor than Mrs. Charles Durham of South Norfolk who wun nil nlono nt her homo lant Saturday night and who suffered a thrill from 'throo dls- Unfit visits of policemen each tlmo ix dlftoront ono within the short npaco of half an hour. And the moHt exasperating part of It all was that not ono of the hluo coated otllcora \vho Htolo up to the door myHtorlotisly , ntppod and asked for her husband , told her wlmt wan wanted. Each ono of the three , having learned that Mr. Durham WH not at homo , wont away in Hoarch of him. It was ...

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 — 12 February 1904

W THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL , , , . NOHKOUC NKUHASKA 1'MUDAY 1'J I'.HX i Cripple The Russian Approach preach by Land , BLOCK 0 ONLY RAILWAY Make Impossible to Bring in Re-Inforcements. THIRTY RUSSIANS ARE KILLED i Aggressive Campaign on Land Occu py Capital of C ATe ) , sla * .nv. Steamer Take Four . . . ' Two Transports Latest Reports. Tsin , Fob. 11. Elated with their victory on sea , the Japs hnvo already begun an aggressive land campaign. They hnvo blocked the Manchurlan railway by dynamiting the big bridge , thus seriously crippling Russia in the handling of men and supplies. Thirty Russians were killed In tlio engage ment. I JAPS OCCUPY SEOUL. Troops of the Mikado said to be In Control at Corean Capital. Chicago , Feb. 11. United States Minister Allen reports that ho has received advices to the effect that 2,500 Japanese troops are now occu pying Seoul , the capital city of Corea. The Russians nro reported to have attempted to prevent the landing of the forces of the ene...

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 — 12 February 1904

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEW&JOURNAL . . . . NOHKOUC. ttWIlUASKA. liMMIUV. IWMIMTAIIY 1'J. Mini Cripple The Russian Approach preach by Land , BLOCK 0 ONLY RAILWAY Make Impossible to Bring in Re-Inforcements. THIRTY RUSSIANS ARE KILLED Aggressive Campaign on Land Occu py Capital of C A'oJ ) "s ' * /ov ° Ma" Steamer Take Four c SMC Two Transports Latest Reports Tsln , Fob. 11. Elated with tholr victory on sea , the Japs have already begun an aggressive land campaign. They have blocked the Manchuilan railway by dynamiting the big bridge , thus seriously crippling Russia in the handling of men and supplies. Thirtjr Russians wore killed in the engage- incut. JAPS OCCUPY SEOUL. Troops of the Mikado said to be in Control at Corean Capital. Chicago , Feb. 11. United States Minister Allen reports that ho has received advices to the effect that 2,500 Japanese troops are now occu pying Seoul , the capital city of Coroa. The Russians are reported to have attempted to prevent the landing of the fo...

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 — 12 February 1904

'UK NOKFOL.K . "NKWS : FRIDAY. FBIMIUAUY 12 , Iflfll. . The Injured Bnnkcr Lapses In to Death's Sleep. THE END CAME AT 2 O'CLOCK News Thnt Brings Sadness to Norfolk In Given Out Shortly After Death Takes Place Has Been Dying Since Yesterday Afternoon. ( From Bntunlny's Dully. ] Mr. G. A. Lulknrt panned awny nt 2 o'clock thin nftcrnoon , tlio sad news being glvon out from Iiltt bodHldo noon after tliu last signs of llfu had gone. With tlio ontlro family around him , nntl with doctorH mill nurses roiuly to do anything In tholr power to duluy the nntil mnninoiiH , ) iu passed away. Tlio Bad iiowH WIIH received hy the people with Ineffable Morrow , anil the ontlro city mourns with the grief Htrlckon family. At 11 o'clock thlH morning , 0. A , Lulknrt , lying In u comatofu ) condition , was Juat liaruly ullvc nt his homo , 1401 Norfolk nvoniio. At thnt tlmo It W\H ( not known Just how long the apnrk of llfo which remained , might last but KB going out would not liavo boon nnoxiu'ctcd nt ...

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 — 12 February 1904

THE NORFOLK NEWS : I'MUDAY ' , KKlMUAkV 12 , 11)0-1. ) MEXICAN Mustang Liniment cures Cute , Bit run , BrulscH. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment cures SjirnliiH and Strains. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment la u positive cure for Plica. Drafters as Well as Speed Sires Coming in. f > SCRUB ANIMALS ARE DOOMED ' P. A. Clark Writes a Congratulatory Epistle to the Horsemen of North east Nebraska Brighter Prospect for Owners of Good Stock. Madison , Neb. , Feb. 8. Editor News : It makes my pulse quicken and my lingers tingle to use my Fa- her No. 2 in commendation of the en terprise shown through your columns In trying to got a skilled trainer and n string of good horses , headed by a great speed sire , to make headquar ters on your track. Kay Brothers and Shade On and Shady Bcattio , with their prestige , Avoilld bo a great quartet. So would Frank Strahan with Union Medium , jr. , and Fallerton and his string , bo a great acquisition to onr county. And I would like to mention , not for ono cent of pr...

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 — 12 February 1904

T1IIC NORKOUC NEWS : FRIDAY , FMHRUAHY 11,1SKM , THE NORFOLK NEWS NyL rt. UUIUB. tlCfltnMlihml 18R7. ] Kv ry Any except Hunilay , Hr o r- rl r per wonk , 1C cnntn. ! ) > ' Norfolk poitofllco ilellvory , per yonr , Jfl.OO. lly null on rural routnn ami outalito of Norfolk , per yenr , $3.00. WISKKt.Y NiaWS-JOUllNAI. . Bh Newn , Kstnfollnliotl , 1881. Tlio Journal , ontnlillnhod , 1877. rery Friday , lly mnll per yonr , J1.60. Kntoreil at tlio postolTlce at Norfolk , < H b. , na lecontl claim mnttor. ToVnp'honeii : editorial Department , Mo. 32. nurilnemi Oinoe unil Job Konmn , No. 322. It really looks IIH though something was going to happen that would ho particularly ngrecnblo to the god of war. John K , Nowhall , a druggist nt Til- Ion. Is u man nflar the newspaper man's own heart. Ho IH rnnnliiK three display advortlnomcntn not Inch cardB either In his local papor.Tho iiowBpapor mon would If they could pans n law making every1 other bus- IncHs man a Nowhall. The Denver Post b...

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 — 12 February 1904

THE NORFOLK NEWS : Kill DA V , KUBltrAHY 12 , 11)01. ) Gas Explosion Twisted Fine House at Foster. IT HAD JUST BEEN COMPLETED The Handsome New Dwelling In Pierce County Has Its Walls Sprung , the Foundation Knocked Down and the Windows Broken. Foster , Neb. , Feb. 8. Special to The News : The magnificent now res idence of Robert Lucas , which had just been completed cast of Foster , was badly damaged last night by nn explosion of gas and a flro which fol lowed. The walls of the house nro sprung out of place , the foundation is shattered and all of the windows on the west and north sides of the build ing are broken out. The now house was ono of the finest - ' est ever erected Jn Plerco county , hav ing been built at a cost of about $10- rji 000. Work has been going on for 1 many months and the workmen had i just finished the Interior portion a few t. days ago. The building was finished I' ' In hard wood and equipped with steam 4 heat and other modern conveniences , f The explosion ca...

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