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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 5 April 1901

1 d I m w If l R l J K II IS MAYOR IBI City Clerk McFnrlnnd Emphat ically Endorsed TOLITIOS NOT IN EVIDENCE Surrmftfiit Ciuidldntrfi Moolly llniiiocrntln Mly OlerU mill Twn Uimiirllinrn Irnin lliftllilnl Wnrdiir Iteimlillrnii Voto Cit IromWiMlnowlnyV Dull Ah predicted In yesterdays paper tlio voto pi t nt tho olpctlon wuh very light onrooly ntwo thtnlB voto being rolled its compared with tlio election of n yenr ngo Tlio voters woro npnthetio hut not moro so thim tho party workers Indeed thpronppoarod to bo hut ltttlo IKilltlcH In tho election for wlillo tlio democratic tickut whs successful inmost histnncoB tho voto on tho candidates for tho two loading olllcos wns whloly dlvorgont Koonigstoln tho duinoorat candidate for mayor won by n majority of 311 whllo MoFnrland roiniblicun can dldftto for city clork almost eomplotly rovornpd this flhawiiiff I won by n majority of 2011 over his opponont ThlB Is siUllolont iiidiontion that tho tight wan not miulo nlong party Hugh and n no party ...

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 — 5 April 1901

h Y Stupid Children Children of Wight parents are not naturally stupid When study is disliked study is painful NORFOLK Suspect their eyes rather than condemn their intellect We make a specialty of examining childrens eyes Examination costs nothing We prescribe glasses only when absolutely necessary and guarantee satisfaction C p 1 PRQUflBDT Dp of Ophthalmology NEBRASKA f H E HARDY J FUEL Office Cnr 4th and Alain Sts Ynnls Bast U- Depot Phone 35 MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Beet Paint Made Will cover 800 square feet two coats Contains pure lead and oil Shown by chemical test there is no paint on the market equal to its durability and cover ing capacity We can vouch for this up we have handled the Monarch Paint 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 Kiesail Drifg Go ni J At Johnsons Furniture Store 13000 Chamber Suits Selling for 2 4 00 1200 Dining Tables Selling for 900 200 ...

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 — 5 April 1901

t i I i J t i a i I t ns t 1 s a 12 wt 7s s s 1 - - s m K r4 t w a a a a K M - t a a 4J y -mw v JOHN TOPP PIRATE By Wcathorby Chosnoy and Alick Munro oorriuatrr ItW mr wnATnmmr ciiiwwist anii aijck mum no luxtmurio NS ur it a uuuitah Sr Stf Hfl V v y w - v v- - - CIIAPTHIt XX A wall of Htoiio four foot thick Hiir rounding n niiiiiII well barred door completely oloiod the entrance to tin envo nnil imiilo It n prison tlml himmihmI uiibrriikiibli Ono military hoMIhc wits limply HUtllclcni to guard It and In deed so coiilliliitil wore vo of ItH Btrength tlnit nlthotisli wis lnul on tin Bhoru level Htorilioimos ntul ho on Hiir rounded liy a Htockailo anil enitliwoilc which inlKht nerve an a fort In raw of attack wo Imllt our own dwelling on the plateau above A rlgzng path from the Hhore led one to the upper level In less than live mlnutuH and unco thero all danger from the fevcra which the clninmy night uilHtH of the luirhur inlKht give birth to wiih averted The liouhCH built of Iminlioo...

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 April 1901

SJ IV IV L England Excludes all But the Home 3rcd Product APPLIES ONLY TO THE ARMY Department of Aerlcultnro I Advled by lromlucnt Chlcnen racking Company or tho DMcrlinlimtlon by iremt llrltnln Sequel to New Orleans luclilelit I Washington April 12 The depart mont of agriculture lias received a dispatch from a prominent packing company of Chicago announcing that lit has Just been advised that the En glish government has excluded all Ibeef except home bred from the Hrlt iali army contracts This It la stated Is to be effective June 1 next The Chicago concern has asked the agricultural department for any as sistance It can render It has pointed out that the action of the government Is n severe blow to American beef and cattle exporters and producers and means not alone the loss in govern iinent trade but It Is feared It will serve toward causing a prejudice of the ipcople of Great llrltnln against the beef and cattle of this country No report of this contemplated move hns reached the ...

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 April 1901

KMTLMPBISE WAR It ANTED LACK 9HP19 THE ion tiV M The Norfolk Neuis W N HTJ8E Publisher DAILY Etnbllhoil 1N7 L 1 Dm rlnr llfr 8i7 any oxcepv Jtr week 15 ceuts Ily mnil per yonr ow WEEKLY NKWS JOUKNAL IhoNowBettnblUlieil lhM TIib Jourunl eetiiblUliod lfc Etory Friday Hy nihil per year 150 Entenxl nt the roBtoillco nt Norfolk Neb ib eonil olaiB matter Telephones Editorial Department No 22 liuBlne OtHce anil Job Hoome No Tho Younger brothers members of tho famous Jesse James gang of out laws have again failed to seenro their liberty A bill looking to their parole has juBt boon dofeated by a bnro majority in the Minnesota legislature The fight for freodom waged in behalf of the Youngers has continued without cessation for the past 20 years and this was the closest it has come to winning It looms likely that the famous bandits will end their dayB in prison Time has mollified their crimes to a certain extent hot that they are remembered is proven by the failure of tho friends of the bandit...

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 April 1901

V r IE I MRI Rock Island Scheme Stirs Com peting Lines OUT RATE TO OBTAIN DAILY Darlington Anununres New Tlnn In He snrd to Summer Tourist llntes In Order to Aold Crnudcil Trains Only on Oue Day of the Week Clilcngo April Announcctncnt of the Rock Island company that It will nm cheap excursions between Chicago and Colorado points during the sum iiicr lins Btlrrod up competing lines to the fighting point Unless a compro inlse Is effected a bitter war on pas senger rates In the west inny be the rcsidt Tho Burlington nnnouncod thnt it would not only meet tho rates an nounced by the Rock Island but would run the cheap excursions dally Instead of once a week ns determined by the Hock Island The Burlington claims thnt IK per cent of the Colorado busi ness last summer was done on the elienp excursion tickets then In effect This concentrated the traffic on the days on which the low rates were available while comparatively empty trains were run on other days For this reason the Burlington ha...

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 April 1901

b m w in Boer Commander Reopens Ne gotiations With British DEWET LOSING PRESTIGE Xlrcards Him n lririiniiltitn nml Under- tnkr Nt gntlntn fur Hin render of I5n Urn llurr rnrrcn Clnlun In llitvu Made Dlni otury nl Uncut Mrellnit Cape Town April 11 leiiernl Itntlia riuiH reopened negotiation wllli the British for pence j It Is understood hero tlmt nlthougli CoiUIlll DcWlt III IllH IdOIll IlltlTVllW with General Hothii refused to stirron der General Botha regarding him an irresponsible undertnkes to negotiate ln iHhalf of the entire Rocr forces Tho British authorities here consider Ithat If General Botha surrenders De licts folllowlng can he easily tnlcoti Ar explained here tills action was determined In part hy Seneral Rothnit discovery nt a recent meeting that General Dowels Intellect hnil weak oneil nml that IiIm Intluenee was dimin ishing and that a continuance of the campaign In view or the General lie wets Irresponsibility rested with Gen eral ltothn alone London April 11 Tho rep...

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 April 1901

in lu Tribute to Memory of Famous Warrior and Statesman CORD PULLED BY GMN3S0N Ceremony In Ireneiu o of lrrlilrnt unit Ills Cubluutlloniitlfiil iiuotrlnn t tile Stand In Iowu Clrclr Wntiltitnii AtlilrcM bjPrciltlviit Oratlonbjr IHxt Washington April 10 The heroic bronze iMiucstrlftii Mutue of Major Gen eral lohn A Iognu which rests on mi Imposing hrone pedestal In Iowa circle wns unveiled ycHtenlny In the presence of the president the cabinet the widow and relatives of the gallant foldler many of his comrades In arms mnl n vnst multitude of iieoiile Till sculptor Franklin Simmons who aviis knighted by King Humbert of Italy ns a tribute to the character of his work was also present Master George Tucker a grandson of the hon ored warrior pulled the unveiling cord at 24fi oclock The folds or the largo American tlag foil away and the dashing figure of Muck Inck Logan seated on his charger stood revealed nmltl a roar of cheering that echoed far down the Intersecting streets and avenue Th...

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 April 1901

j If 15 The Hotrfolk Ieuas Now wait for Arbor tiny nnd plant n troo and you hnvonl long to wait tho SUml will soon 10 hens A tour of Inspection somotlmcs covers n multituclo of Idem whou usod In connection with ft railroad ltom nml high oDlcinls A Syrncuso Now Yorlc man wns fined 1000 for hlifliiK girl on thi ohook Problem Find what ft sinnoU on tlio lips would bo worth nnd tho prlco per peck Tho Nebraska supremo court bus no vnyof proving that It Is the rightful liolr to tlio lato legislatures deadlock nnd should bo onjolucd from using It until titlo Is proven Aguinnldo is now Inviting I1I1 fol lowers to glvo up Ho doubtless recog nises tho futility ns woll us nbsunllty of fighting ngnlnst just whnt his people do eiro freedom nnd opportunity Up to this writing tho Kopublio for ever Kniplro never soutimont rieeuia to l iivo won out in tlio lout ciinpaigu nnd yet disastrous was tho defeat of those responsible for Its promulgation If Agulnaldo should finally commond tho courso of tlio...

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 — 12 April 1901

t NT OLD TUNE3 fid tunc old tunes I How memory croorn Their rlij thm through my soul tonlghtt Of Joy replete or pathos iwcet In tccnii ttut clurm my raptured slghtl A form once loved by fincy moved Knthralli tne i In dyj ione And brlRht eyes bum with lores first drctm Mps warm unto mine own Hand clupt hand In friendships bond k Oer vowt once broken now restored j And laughter low with musics flow Vibrate with one accord Oh tender pastj weird mystic paitt Kaln would t dream thy pleasures oer And tunes old tunes that memory croons Thrill through my soul foremmore Illchard Tcllum In Washington Post S4K Hi IIP Revenge By M Quad Copyright 1001 by C B Lewti 3xS3S x5 We were bound for Alljos Island oft the const of Lower California In tlio bark Dolphin to look for tin old wreck of 40 years before One dny when yet 200 miles to the north of tho Island a whale suddenly breached within 300 feet of our craft which wns making only about three knots an hour under a light breeze The monster of the...

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 — 12 April 1901

1 ft ES Day Appropriately Observed by nil Denominations DECORATIONS AND MUSIO ICloiinrnlSrt iDOii llml Hoiir nml Irulfy Flowero Wrixlliiritiiiiiliiiiolv riiiiljril In Oliwrrvnurc lit tlio Uny I urge Audi Mirti Attrnitril ttin Sorlrri From MomlMft Dully Tho weather ywtitdny was not nnito ldcnlatul yot wnR perhaps as pleasant as Jr nimnl to KnMor in this part of tlio country A chilly south wind wiw dis couraging to tlicso who had spring gowns nnd spring hats to wear nml yet many woro worn The weather seemed to invito people to attend church nntl all pcrvlrrs wro well attended All tho churches obperved tho dny with special nnd interesting mtvIcch nnd handsome decorations woro ubiiiulnnt At tho FlrRt Congregational church tho pastor Ruv J J Parker delivered a vory lino Easter centum In tho morn ing to a congregation tliut taxed tho Keating cnpnclty of tho edifice HIb discourso was given respectful hearing nud was very favorably commented upon In tho ovening tho Sunday Hchool children ga...

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 — 12 April 1901

i v h I H v r i MM 1 Absolute Protection to Quail for Two Years IT TAKES EFFECT JULY 1 Killing or Sour lUriU I Positively For bidden mul Heavy renaltlen Attached A Limit Placed on Amount of Game nml Fifth Tukon Thoro nro fow persons who do uot on joy a fishing or hunting outing whether it be of a fow hours or a fow weeks duration and thoroforo tho now fish and gauio laws of Nebraska should bo studied by thoso who are law abiding and do not wish to violato thorn and also by those who aro interested in having such laws enforced For tho informa tion of those The News horowith pub lishes tho now law passed by the lato legislature and known as house roll No 188 by Evans It was tho intention to havo the law take offect immediately on its passage and being signed by tho gov ernor but as passed it will not bo in force untilJuly 1 The governor is inade tho game and fish commissioner and is authorized to appoint two deputy commissioners One is called tho chief deputy and shall reside in Linco...

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 — 12 April 1901

r m 10 II IS MI IB City Clerk McFarlnnd Emphat ically Endorsed POLITICS NOT IN EVIDENOE thmrKflimMi1troMiittj Opiiiix rntln Ily tcrh anil Tun otiiifilliiiini Iriiin llir Tlilnt Wanl lire Itriiilllrnn Light Vtilii nut KftmiWVdneuMo lnll An predicted In yesterdays paper tho voto cmt nt tho election wns vory light scnrooly ft two thirds vote being polled uh computed with tho election of n yenr ngo Tlio votorH woro apathetic but not moro bo than tho party workers Indeed thcro appeared to bo but llttlo politics In tho election for whllo tho democratic tiekot was succemful Inmost instances tho voto on tho ciimllclntuR for tho two loading ofllccu was widely divergent KoenigBleln tho democrat enndtduto for mnyor won by n majority of all whllo MuFnrlntid republican enn dttlnto for city clerk nlmost complotly rovorsed this showing nud won by a majority of DOS ovor his opponent This 1b Rudlciont indication that tho fight waB not mado along party lines nud ns no party principles woro at stitlto...

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 — 12 April 1901

V V i Tired Eyes Sensations exist for our guidance They are Natures warnings Overworked eyes demand rest Eyes that tire easily call for help Properly adjusted glasses afford the only assistance possible We make a specialty of relieving tired eyes and guarantee satisfac tion G f 01 PflQUAflDT Dr of Ophthalmology NORFOLK NEBRASKA 3 Did You Know Thnt there is a big dif ference in Onuiges Yon know there is in apples Tnke n New York or Michigan npple its juicy and fine flavored while the Missouri upples nro flnt and more or less tasteless Same way with Oranges The Redlaud orange is about porfect while that grown in other districts is like a Missouri apple We have bought fifty boxes of the finest RcdlandB and are going to have A Special Orange Sale the balance of the week We are going to sell em at the same price the other kind sells for for these few days and invite a trial order PARISH 1 1 1 I i i I i i i tri r MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 300 square feet two coats...

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 — 12 April 1901

rf 111 IIIEIIII Mrs Hossack Found Guilty of Her Husbands Murder WIFE OF WEALTHY FARMER DUinitn Orrr Duo f tlm tJ1illll nn In Hlil lo lli lntltcil Imllniuili Wiimnn t llw lrtlilito lii OiHuMorntl nil OIJtH liullnnoln In April lU Mrs Mnr gnrpt IIc nrK wife of a wealthy fnmror was found utility yesterday of the murder of her hiinlnntl on the night of December I mill ncutiMiee was fixed by the Jury nt life ImprU oiuneiit In the penitentiary Ko trwo weeks the trial has been proKrcHshiR under the guidance of the m blent at torneys In the slate The evidence was nil circumstantial On this nlfcht of December 1 lobn Ilossnuk mid his wife rot I red for the nlht nnd about 1ltO oclock Mrs llossaek declares she was awakened by n flash of lltht Upon Retllnir out of bed she found thai her husband bntl been hit on the head with an m Two wound were made one by the slinrp cdRe and the other with the blunt end of the ax which was found hidden under the granary Death ensued In an hour Tlio Ktato present...

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 — 19 April 1901

X t The it II is in Trouble at McKccsport Arnica f bly Settled STRIKE IS DECLARED OFF All linplojei of the Amorlnnii Shunt Strut I Compniiy lo Ho Iluluatntotl lncltullli rrtntilunt llollonHj Will Not KccoctiUe I the AnialKiiiiintod Aclallon I Pittsburg April 10 There will bo no utilise In thu plnnta of the Amur ilcan Sheet Steel compiuiy Thu troll iblo that broko out In tho Dowcos Wood Iplnnt In aioKoosport lust week mid jwhlch for u tlino threatened to onuse general strike of all union Iron mid uteol workers In the country bus been settled In an amicable manner The members of the general executive ilioard of the Amalgamated association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers held o long session yesterday It started out with a general feeling that a Gtrlke would come as the workers would not concede the only point In dispute reinstatement of the men dis charged for joining the union and so far ns could be learned the otllchils of the American Sheet Steel company wore equally determined During...

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 — 19 April 1901

THE CUT OF NORM Leading Institutions and Prominent Business Men of the Metropolis of North Nebraska ITS BUSINESS INTERESTS AND ENTERPRISES Advantages Offered by Norfolk as a Trading Point Large Stores and Splendid Stocks Why the People of This Community Should Purchase at Home IflJWC TP BY G H 011R1SMAN Tho nlm of ovory newspaper should bo not only to guard tho intercuts of tliu community whore it in published but iroro tlmn this to push f irwnrd itH claim ns n business contor trading point and placo of rosldonco nmong tboso who might not othorwiRO porcoivo tho situa tion With thlslviow in mind Tin Nkwh In this issue briefly sots forth Homo of tho ndvnntngoB offered by Nor folk with fihort sketches of different in dustries nndllincH of business now in oporntion in tho city Locntod In practically tho contor of population in tho northeast part of the htnto on throo gront systems of railroad which roach nil portions of thlB Hectioii tho city 1b tho commercial metropolis of North Nobrii...

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 — 19 April 1901

tf Moore Though a newly established busiuosa this houso is tatrtii n fore most position in tho coinmorciiil interest of Norfolk It is au oxoollont lllnstra ttou of tbo part that tho morchants nro takiug in tho forward inarch of trado in our city and at tho samo timo prosouts a good ozauiplu of tho gonornlly oxcollont character of our inorchant ontorprisos Tho stock oarriod 1b oho of tho most oxtouslro in tho comity oinbrnolng iu part hoavy and sholf hardwaro cutlory builders supplies uiochanics tools barbed wiro stovus ranges oil and gas olino stoves and a comploto lino of ovorything uBuully found in a com pletely stocked hardwaro storo whilo tho prices aro invnriably beyond tho reach of successful coiupotitiou and everything is done that can be to fully moot tho requirements of tho pnblio and ovory opportunity is takon advnntago of to fostor and cherish an over incroasiug patronago Tho strictest principles of morcautllo honor aro rigidly enforced iu all affairs and thoro is no hous...

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 — 19 April 1901

t ond think thero nro no others no pood lor thin is not always tho onse Among tho special brands nmnufocturcd by Mr Zlescho wo would inontion particularly hlH Norfolk lcrforto Hloswin Girl Llttlo lliwnnnn Pioroo County Loader Porto Hlro Loaf llvo cent and llio lid Flor Do Vuoltn ton rent which nro in great favor with tho tnwollnp publio ns woll ns with tho smokers of Norfolk nml vicinity And why should thoy not Vio for thoy nro of excellent stock and without n poor on tho wholo lino If yon hnvo novor tried thorn do so for It may just suit you In ovory way And thou romombor this is n homo enter nriso nml deserving of tho support of Norfolk and vlolnlty Mr tflcscho car rios n full lino of chawing nd smoking tobacco plpoR nml n oomploto lino of smokers articles of nil kinds Mr Hlosoho Is widely known for his Bklll nml reliability in nil trannotlons enterprising und progressive in business nml taken nn interest in everything that is of public benefit 1 1 UornlKiitrlli ATTOIISKTAT LAW AN...

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 — 19 April 1901

S J e I 1 u 1 1 1 Y HP n Uncle John Best Passes Away in Oklahoma GAME HERE 33 YEARS AGO Ilml lleenn Member nf the M 1 Church fordo Ycnrx Iho Hirst Amerlmn Settler In thl NvlRhburliouil WIU bo ltrld Tomorrow From Sntnnlnyv Daily John Best familiarly known in nnd around Norfolk as Undo Johnny tHotl Thnrday at the homo of hie dnnghtcr Mrs Owen Carrabine nt Hcunessy Oklahoma territory nt the ripe old ago of 81 years nnd the re mains were hronght hero for interment arriving on the noon paHsonger today The body was taken to the home of bin son M J BeBt in this city and will ho taken to the Best school house six miles west of the city tomorrow for inter ment Tho body will be taken from tho city at 1 oclock nnd tho funeral ser vices will be held in tho school honso nt 2 oclock conducted by Rev Mr MoClnnoy The remains will bo in terred in tho Eest cemotery where the wife and many relatives of the deceased are buried it being one of his lapt re quests that he be buried there also John Best wa...

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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