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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 March 1901

1 i H Theflorfolk JSicuas Tho Gordon Journnl is of tho opinion that tho Budwelpcr wobblo is n fad infinitely worso tli tin tho knngnroo walk Tho March weather hnh nroncwl tho indiflpouslblo lion to a rvnllfchig ruiiho of her ronponRlbilitiofl niitl a popular break fast fruit in being promptly nntl offectn idly romovod from tho lint of luxuries Tho Fremont Herald linn been in formed tlmt wonUh Is n dlseaso nud nrinon to ituiulro whom bnrilll or nil crobos mny bo readily procured Thero aro othoro who would Hlto to catch it Tho pooplo of Nebraska tiro still wait ing nono too patiently for tho loglsla tnro to mako oholco for United States foriatora This week should certainly show that tho rcproRoiittttivoH of Iho pooplo havo Homo i egnrd for their con t titucnts IuBion orgaUH coutlnno to odiously compare tho early settlers of tliis coun try and founders of thlH ropnblle with Agulnaldo and his followers They would probably feel very proud if thoy could traco tholr ancestry buck to u rtic...

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 — 15 March 1901

JljWiAR AND W WITHFRY I X v - v v viii I ill i I iKWWi BY PETER ITARTHUR f ota o on I L GladyB was superstitious But she wuh also young nnd pretty and lovable bo this trilling folly only added to her clmrin nnd made lier men friends feel lirnve and enlightened whenever she betrayed her weakness Ah n natural consequence of this pe culiarity she was always afraid to sit on a dark veranda alone nnd would never think of going for a walk In the evening without a fearless escort She wouldnt open an umbrella In the house walk under a ladder or pick up a pin that lay with Its head toward tier nnd she wouldnt sit In n room that had three lamps lit In It at once though she didnt object strenuously to that was more dimly furnished jOf course she was laughed at a grent deal for her foolishness but she shook her head wisely and continued to carry lucky stones In her pockets and to per form the many little rites known only to the superstitious Knowing these thlngs nbout her the following solllo f...

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 — 15 March 1901

I I i i I Jj ii M i N t ll S3 St M IS l l i f 8 ifiCijrjic Hammond Louisiana An Ideal Health ami Winter IteorU The passouger department of the Illi nois Central Railroad company has just issued a uew edition of Hammond Louisiaua as a Winter Resort a beau tiful illustrated folder showing a few of tho winter attractions iu aud about Hammond copies of which will be mailed free ou application to the under signed For thoso in good or moderate circum stance no point iu the south offers such inducements The climate is unsur passed The ortesan water excellent Society almost entirely northern aud tho hotel aud boarding houso accomoda tions far superior to any towu of its size iu tho north and at moderate rates J F Mbuky Asst Gen Pass Agt 111 Gent RR Dubuque Iowa David Orrr Nob April 1 1500 Geueaoo Pure Food Le Roy N Y Gentlemen I must say in regard to GraiuO that there is nothing better or healthier We have used it for years My brother was a great coffee drinker Ho was takou siok and the doc...

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 — 15 March 1901

S wn MtgalWlMW llliillHlIHWrMtlMHinfcHlifcrttf SATURDAY SIFTINGS Petor Ilnna was a city visitor yester day from Tildou Mrs Ervln Qorooko paid a visit to Omaha yesterday 0 H Folsom of Plnlnview was in Norfolk ovor night Thofl E Smith was in tho city over night from Madison Mrs J G Troutumn wont to Wlusldo yesterday to visit friends Georgo Krnmm of Tildou had busi ness in Norfolk yostorday J L Longwood was a vialtor to tho metropolis from Hoopor last night Mr and Mrs 0 S Bridgo entertaliiod tho WoBt Sldo Whist club last evening J II Burko and Newton Calico woreH Norfolk visitors over night from Scrib nor Miss Maud Brewer wont to Stanton this morning to visit friends a few days Superintendent D C OConnor was a passenger for Hartiugtou this after noon Mrs E W Bates is confined to her home with a very severe attack of erysipelas Miss Jeanuette Dolou went to Ran dolph this noon to visit herparouts a few days Sheriff George W Loaey was over from Madison today looking after oflioial busines...

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 — 15 March 1901

te K PUBLICLY WHIPPED Mrfi Ifnolinrlnn IVro a W lilp trr tlm Shoulder of Her ltulmnil mi tho Mtri ln lromTurnli Dally An exciting scone wns witnessed on the strcoi last evening nlxmt fi oclock when llannnh Woolvcrton enmo up to hor husband John P Woolvorton and coiumonrod to ply n horsewhip nbout his shoulders The- couplo nro not now living togothor Mrs Woolvcrton residing hero nnd her husbnnd living on n ranch nine milcB Routh of Stanton Yesterday ho cntne ti Norfolk nnd ac cording to hor story met her on tho street and nbused hor by applying several choice ns well an vilo nnincs to her After this mooting sho went and purchasod n fiO cent horsewhip Then sho started out to find him again WJioh sho did at tho corner of Fourth and Main streets whou sho opened pro ceodlmts by using tho whip across IiIh shoulders Ho dually succeeded in dis arming her of tho whip breaking it into pieces which ho throw upon tho ground Sho then picked up n couplo of brick bnts that wore hanily and lot them...

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 — 15 March 1901

M 0 When Doctors Disagree Consult an Optician AoW yrTBu LTI Nervousness headaches sleeplessness and dizziness often puzzle the best physicians Nine times in ten eyestrain is the direct cause Nothing can effect a permanent cure that does not remove the cause That is what our scientifically fitted glasses do C f 01 PRQUAttDT Dr of Ophthalmology NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA f H E HARDY j fUELl Oilier Cor 4th and Alain Sts Yards east U P Depot Phone 35 MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 300 6quare feet two coats ContainH pare lead and oil Shown by chemical test there is no paint on the market equal to its durability and cover ing capacity Wo can vouch for this aB we have handled the Monarch Paint for twelve years If yon think of painting your house let us figure with you We can save you money Remember our large stock of Wall Paper cheaper than ever Kiesail Drug Bo Parties who came to Norfolk Friday to purchase a wedding outfit found after looking over the different stocks that t...

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 — 15 March 1901

LA XC X Y2 toavrvrvuarvrr flf i i i i i i i i t t - i q 1 X A By Woathorby Ckosnoy and Alick Munio corrotairr iron nr TfitAiiinnnr cueshky and amix muniio ILMiiiTllATlONH lir II a O0ULTAH CI1APTKU XVIU Willie nllowcd thu two Smnlinln to got linlf wnv tlio hillside uiimoliHl oil nml lliiMi ho broke out Willi n Hlirlll laugh vhloli ochocil to anil fro In the gulliit of tlio HiM piiit anil out through tin rnugod Jaws In a vtry nil nmct of discordant houikI In rnlsid a tllu which slartUil ovimi mo t hough I now kniW tliu secret of It The HpunlMils stopped gnzeit at one another with seaieil fiiccs anil looked as tliuiiKli the movenient of a leaf would make ilium turn tall ami lly Tliilr ears told them I hat the illn came from the Ktone Herpent hut hen who ever heard of a Herpent laughing Not Blnee thu days or Mother Wve had Hiieli n thing heeti and no plucking up their courage again they continued on their way Hut 1 1 thu llrst Hlep the Herpeut ppoke afresh In thu best Spanish which Will...

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 — 22 March 1901

HERBAIIl I Troops Withdrawn From Dis puted Territory EUSSIA MAKES LIGHT OF IT eK tlm Incident It Commonplace nnU Can He Sullied by Dlplmiiar to the Satlf faction of llotli IartlcfOrdort it ltecl mont rrom Tort Arthur lpblnir Mnreli 2 Count Ton 0 dersee General Harrow uuu uencrui Wognck liuvu boon In consultation and OciKM nl Wognek has u greed to withdraw tlm Russian troops from the disputed ground lit Tien Tsln provided the British also withdraw lie In sisted also upon a guarantee that work on the railway siding should not pro ceed until the matter had been diplo matically adjusted This proposal and stipulation was satisfactory to General Barrow and was accepted by him Consequently the British and Uusslan troops were withdrawn at 5 oclock this morning thereby avoiding all trouble at present Orders have been Issued however that no British olDcer shall leave or even sleep out at night or go to din ner without furnishing Ills address to the adjutant The marines will return to the ship...

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 — 22 March 1901

2 REPUBLICAN CITY TICKET For mayor T 11 A PA9EWA1 K Forclork 8 11 MrFAHLANU Fortroasuror P 1 HEMj For engineer V H LOWi For members of the school board K O MOUNT FRED HOLMNGSWOKTH Counollmanlc Ticket First ward E J SCHOKKGGE Kocondward AUGUST II KIKSaU Third ward Ion term C KW Third wnrd short term J CLEMENTS Fourth ward A HKCKMAN Count do Casollano is fcurfnl that ho canuot livo on 225000 n year It ifi a fcoggardly stipend to bo sure Ho should oome to Nebraska nnd run a newspaper until his income iB Bufliciont to hiB needs Russell Sage commends Andrew Car negie for his generous and oharitablo donations to tho comfort and well being -of others but tho old man ovidontly doesnt beliovo that hiBOompoor is sot ting an example which it would bo policy for him to follow Uncle Rubs is quite imbued with tho boliof that all charity begins and ends at home as far ns ho is personally concerned Columbus streets nro not paved with gold and the sidewalks are not con structed of solid stool accord...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 22 March 1901

l i A J II 1 1 sin England and Russia Said to Have Reached Agreement MANY CONFLICTING RUMORS Anxiety Over the Trncnn nl Tien Tutu 1oc Not Almte Troulilo Due to Clilnmo Ju trnmrnt Granting bumo CoiilvsiIoii to Two Nullum London March 20 Some of the aft ernoon newspapers say the Tien Tsln difficulty has been arranged The misunderstanding was due to the Chinese authorities granting the same concession to two nations The arrangement enables Great Britain to proceed with the construction of the railroad siding hut If Russias conces sion proves to he earlier than that of Great Hrltaln the latter Is to acknowl edge the claims of Russia The foreign olllce however has no information tending to confirm the an nouncement of an arrangement hav ing been made and the ofllclals are rather Inclined to doubt that such an arrangement has been arrived at They Miy the original concession was given up by Russia Tien Tsln March 20 Th excite ment nnil anxiety here as to the pos sible development of the An...

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 — 22 March 1901

A i 1 s - S H f tit 1 - nMi m SgRiS M I Refuses to Accept Waldcrsccs Arbitration at Tien Tsin ENGLISH ARE REINFORCED tlrnrnil WnRnrk Sil III II Mi Mint Not Only Withdraw llul ApnhiRlfo for lie muting ItimUn llttimw lo Do Hither London March 21 -General Wo Kiick has rcfus cd lo accept Count von Wuhlct sees arbitration u Tien Tsin nays tin Poking coriospondont of the Dally Mull mill demands tliul I In British not only withdraw lul apolo gize for removing Uu Russian ling Goiioritl Burrow refuses to do either mid In no refusing has tin support of the British government British re inforcements a iv being sent Russias proceedings In Koivn Fays tin Kobe correspondent of tlit Dally Mall aiv now openly ngurosslvo mid It Ih lielleved tlnil she Is about to iiiaku furtlier doiunndsN In connection villi Miiniiii Ilio Tien Tsin Mnivh 2L A special train hearing reinforcements of AiiHtrallan troops left Poking for Tien Tsin at 10 oclock yesterday morning In addition to the Australians linen of coni...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 22 March 1901

9 pr HBIIH Secretary Chamberlain Makes Announcement In Commons BOERS NOT READY FOR PE AOE Dpcldrn to right to the Hitter Knit Unless Atom lntornltU Conditions Arc Iruuted and Hope of Speedy Ktutlng or Wrr io UllmitierliiE London March 10 Joseph Cham berlain the colonial secretary has Just Informed the house or cominoiiH thnt General Botha has rejected the peace terms offered him General ltothn Mr Chamberlain said hud conveyed the Information in a letter to General In which he announced that he was not disposed to recommend the terms of peace General Kitchener was In structed to offer him to the earnest con sideration of his government Gen eral Botha added Unit his government and Its chief olllcers entirely agreed with his view The Issuance of parliamentary pa pers on the negotiations between Gen eral Botha nnd Lord Kitchener has been delayed The Idea that Lord Kitchener initiated the negotiations rather than General Botha as sup posed is unpalatable to the dally press The Dally Kxpr...

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 — 22 March 1901

f i I 4 t a - u v U arJ 6 Thefioirfolkflfcuis An cxohnngo thinks thnt Edward wouldnt mind tho ntgtt if It wasnt Sor Do Wot Arbor tiny is approaching nnd thono trees should bo planted Havo yon nr ranged to perform your sliaro of tho days observance TMchnrd Oroker says thnt Now York is tho bout governed rlty in tho world 11a probably has forgotten that Chicago tuistB but will probably ho reminded of it in short ordor Tho gold reserve In the national treasury now ninonnts to breaking all previous records Every body is prosperous and Undo Sam is getting his share Could it bo possible that a fusion Mark Hauna is encouraging tho sena torial deadlock at Lincoln so thnt tho Topnblicnn party will bo discredited and possibly defeated A Now York physician recently suc cessfully removed four Inches of back Initio from n patient Ho is invited to como west and operate on tho Nebraska Senatorial deadlock It is positively assorted thnt a spirit of reform has struck Dondwood S 1 If there is a rlpor ...

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 — 22 March 1901

O Oonnjht JW by Jlairtrn CiirrvtA o o o o o o WUKIIH MY DAT HANOB rise approached It He brought back the report that the boy was having a severe nttack but that Brown was proving himself a good nurse He had cleared awny the underbrush about the cabin eo that the boyu mother could see It from an up stairs window and be hung out one flag when the patient wns better and two when he wa8 worse or was supposed to be though he never got out the second flag At last the crisis wns past and the boy began slowly to Improve But It took a long while nnd It wns many days before the doctor was Justified in making arrangements to remove the two In quarantine One day be said Ml ll Hi i oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o 9 alonnnnonoooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOlO o o o o o I o o o o o o WHERE MY HRT oooooooooooooooo r No Wheres your home Whore my lint hangs He moved nway toward the linrn nnd tlic woman returned to tlie house When the husband nnd the other men enme in nt supper time the strnn per was asleep on the hay...

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 — 22 March 1901

il K t h X il 8 I II I Local High School Pupils After District Honors NELLIE HANDLEY IS FIRST Will Itfiprnitmit Norfolk al Ihn Olnlrliit OonlvKl rrtinrnin for tlin North Nnliraa Un Tine hrm Mvcthifr ti l Until Horn During tho lnst Wnk In Mnrah Irom BMnnlnrn Dallyi Tho local oratorical content hold in tho High roIiooI room laHt ovonlug was largoly attended nuil proved very inter esting Tho object of tho ooutotit was to suloot a candtdato for district honors horoon tho night of tho 27th whim pupils from tho various Bohools of north NohranUa would participate Tho threo contestants handled tholr subjects with remarkable sucenns and tho judges oxporloncod soino dlflloulty in roaohlug a decision First honors woro given to Nollio Handlpy of tho humorous class whoso subjoot was Mo and Jimmy Klbixbotli Hharploss of thn dramatio cIbbs whoso subjoot wan Old Aoo was given socond plaoo by tho judgoH Tho judges wero Hov J 1 Parkor Mrs A N Gereoko and H 0 Mutant TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Program of Nor...

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 — 22 March 1901

MDKFMDII Gold Emblems for the Winners on the 27th ON DISPLAY AT LEONARDS Senior 01ns Will Itorelve thn ContcMnntu t the High SclmolKahltilt of Nvliool Work Will tie tlnrotl by the People Should Show lloiltnllljr From Tuoeilnys Dnlly SuporintoudoiitD 0 OConnor tliia morning received tho modals to bo given to tho successful contestants nt tho north Nobraska High school declamatory contest to bo hold in tho Norfolk Audi toriuni on tho evening of the 37th Thoy aro of gold of ueut design and handsomely ongrnved Thcro nro six of tho medals a first and second prize to bo conferred in each of tho three classes oratorical dramatic and humorous Thoy aro engraved with the initials N N H S D A tho namo of tho class in -which tho successful contestant won and nro designated as first and second prize tho first boing nlso somewhat larger thaii tho second Tho medals will bo on exhibition in tho window of Leonards drug storo during tho next few days Those taking part in tho contest will bo mndo to f...

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 — 22 March 1901

r v V 10 AN ART MEETING X traim Woumnn Club Iloliln an Oprn MrrU iliK nml Tlinno Imniit Duviili mi 1 Afternoon to Art Topic Tho Womans rlnb hold an open meet ing Momlny nftornoon nt the homo of Mrs Blrohnrd with nbout 7ft Indies yrrsont This was mi nrt meeting niul tho papers and pictures with tho oxcop Hon of tho Madonnas nil represented American nrt Tho wills of tho various rooms woro covered with Illustrations of tho differ ent brnuohos of nrt In tho halls woro noon plotnros representing sculpture nnd illustrating The walls of tho first par 3or woro covered with studies and photogravures representing American painting Hero wero nlso to bo soon many beautiful pieces both In oil and water oolors painted by Iho hostess her self A collodion of MndonunH adorned tho wnlls of the second parlor At II oclock tho meeting was called to order by itho vlco president who in a fow woll chosen words stated tho ob ject of tho mooting Tho first numlior on the program waH music a duet by Mesdamos H...

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 — 22 March 1901

i y I When Doctors Disagree Consult Optician X WS NORFOLK Nervousness headaches sleeplessness and dizziness often puzzle the best physicians Nine times in ten eyestrain is the direct cause Nothing1 can effect a permanent cure that does not remove the cause That is what our scientifically fitted glasses do G p 1 PHQUAflDT Dr of Ophthalmology NEBRASKA H E HARDY FUEL Office Cor 4th and Main SU Yards Bast U I Depot Phone 3S MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 300 square feet two coats Contains pare lead and oil Shown by chemical test there is no paint ou the market equal to its durability and cover ing capacity We can vouch for this as we have handled the Monarch Paiut for twelve years If you think of painting your house let us figure with you We can save you money Remember our large stock of Wall Paper cheaper than ever Kiesai Dnlfl Bo The following is from one of Mr Johnsons customers whom he never saw The bill was sold in competition with Montgomery Ward Co and the Oma...

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 — 22 March 1901

r f a a rj nLKxxc3zxX2exx3Cxx - - - - - i IV i - n W M a a a JOHN TOPP PIRATE By Woalhorby Ckosnoy and Alick Monro carTiiHJtrr ltoo nr wnATiticnnr cttiwmnr Ann amok wunno tLLuunununtt nr iu a ouUlta - s wv riiArTKii xix The dny pnsscd nml nfter It numl of tlu nielli Imt JilMt before tlnwn llio re llof which 1 linil io1hhIim1 eiiiiuv Umlit onver f llio darkness Aloe lintl landed Ills lniivy loml of men from Onlloy Island on the west ulinro of tbo luirbnr tiwii to Its outrnucc lint out of hIrIH of the Spanish sentinels nt tlm caves mouth Then lie returned to Shelter Island nml took ofT Inn IVniro ny nml the others whom we hud left there The two parties Joined nml liaullnjr their bout up IiIkIi nml dry nmrehed with silent Imsto round the luirbnr till they eninu to the Hut before llio cuve Here leaving the otherii it in bushed In the thlekut Job TrultiUlon nml Alec rrnwled tlirotiRlt the jrrnsH nml stalked the sentinels who ns their fancied Recurlty hnd itiiulu them cure Icbb were easil...

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 — 29 March 1901

P ifc ifi y V L i r If Woman at Dakota City At tempts His Life WAS REFUSED MONEY ORDER Mr Stella WurtmnliiirRor Kutnra Hli Of IIcp Anaortu Tlmt County Own Her mid Attempt to Collect by lorcu ufAruii Her Arrest Follow Sioux City Mnroli JO Mrs Stolln walked la the olllcc of County Clerk Coolie C HUle at Da kota City Neb yesterday and de manded that lie give her an order for money she alleged the county owes her lie refused and she whipped out a gun and lired The bull tote olt a suspender button and Just grazed Bllles Hush The woman was over powered by County Attorney J J Mc Allister and placed under arrest County Judge Dlmers held her to the grand jury under bonds oi 2000 and she Is In jail The Dakota county authorities have been trying to get rid of her for some time They got her as far as Omaha a few days ago but she returned WOMAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE Mr Lllllc Knox or Itonton Shoots Herself With Itovolvcr Benton Neb March 20 Mrs Lllllc Knox wife of J T Knox of this place attempted sui...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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