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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 19 April 1901

I I 5 The flop oik JSlecas If thin kind of wonthor conUnucw how i a portion to dig holos mid olworvo Ar bor ilny by planting troos Tho Fromont Tritmno thinks Norfolk ontUlctUo ho culled tho HuKarOlty when fourinnrrlngofl nro HolomnUod In ono day Arhor day Is a wook from Monday when It will ho qnlto proper to plant a troo If yon cant plant at mi plant Bomothlng DoontiHO thoro Ib a bnlTiiloa luwl on tho now 10 hill no ono nootl iiniiKino for a moinont that HulTalo N Y has lost Uh Uind over exposition ilntnlln Tho Anhurn Post la inollnod to think that NohraNlta Is ontltlod to a holt for having niadotwo Unltod Stalos noimton n governor and a lhmtonant governor in J10 niinutos tlmo Tho town of Huhhard In thin tato uinBt ho lacking In politicians and mu nicipal prido Tlio pcoplo thoro forgot to hold an oloction this spring J and tho old hoard will hold ovor It in interesting to noto tliattluwo who would dotrnot from Gonoral FuuHtous latent bravo deed aro not his follow of llcorn Thoy uuan...

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 — 19 April 1901

T v SATURDAY SIFTINGS Mrs Whltlock of Pierce is shopping in Norfolk today L W Hofkoll of Wakefiold woa lti the city ovor uight M P Harrington was in Norfolk over uight from ONoill F B Alderman weut to Columbus on business this morning T F Moinmlngor of Madison is in town greeting Norfolk friends Mr and Mrs B D Guilds wero in tho city from Wakofleld lost night Elsie Grinim is in tho city from Fre mont visiting relatives and frionds 0 B VanKirk aud S E Coon wero city visitors over night from Noligh Mrs L It Craig and daughter oro in town from Piorce doing some trading Mrs Jas A Schoomakor of Salidn Col arrived today for a visit at tho Weathorby homo Benton Maret representing tho Royal Highlanders is in the city in tho intorest of that order The Nebraska Telephone compauy will build a line from Humphrey to Newman Grove soon Miss Martha Parkor camo up from Omaha last evening to visit ovor Sunday with her father and family County Superintendent 0 W Crum aud wife camo ovor from Mndisou ye...

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 — 19 April 1901

i a tfi 8 i nil Program to be Observed Here Next Monday -ASSOCIATIONS OFFICERS Jin Address hy Invurnnr Shaw of lnwu Will be On of the features of Mm Hus sion In the KtrnlUK n llnnqnit Will tip Nereit In the Mum Unit Tho bnnkcrs of Northpnst Nebraska propose to observe Arbor day by boldliifi their fourth annual convention In Nor folk next Mcmtlny A largo nttondatico nml interesting mooting la anticipated nnd mntters of IntercHt to tlmt clans of business men will bo entertainingly discussed Ono of tho prominent font Tiros of tho session will bo tho address by Hon Leslie M Slinw governor or Iowa during tho nfternoon Mr Shnw has rccentlv uttnined n grout deal of prominence iib n speaker nnd tho people of Norfolk have reiiHoti to congratulato tiiomflolvcfl thnt they hnvo boon Invited ly tho bankors to listou to this address Tho mootingB will bo held in the Audi torium Tho ofllcorR of tho association nro W H Bucholz Norfolk president Kd Sattn Tokamah vice president John P Orosby HoskiuR s...

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 — 19 April 1901

i f 0 A WORK OF ART Tim lliuiilixiiniKt Snutriilr llooldrt Ver iMiiril by ii itnllronri Company crllics Ovrrlnnd Ilmltrd The finest sonvonir issued ns un ud vortisomont of ft railroad thot has over coino to tho notico of the writer in the lKXklot recontly Bent out by the pussou gor doportmout of tho Union Pacific railroad doBoriptivo of thnt companys groat California train Tho Overland Limited It is printed on dark olive green paper in white gold and colors tho cover being n lighter shndo of the Bamo tint upon which is shown n sec tion of tho train in natural colore It has gilt edges and is a Bplendid ropre pouttivo of tho printerB and litho graphers art Tho work was issued un dor tho supervision of Mr A Darlow advertising agent of tho Union Pacific who thoroughly understands what will catch tho public eye becauso ho com bines artistic beauty in this booklet with a very woll told Btory containing many interesting historical facts It is a sou venir that will prove in great demnnd and...

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 — 19 April 1901

1 a wee 10 The Norfolk INkuus STil M V K liuarc Publfcrtwr DAILY KttnMUliml IW except Smiility Hr cntrinr coiil Hr itinll por jonrlrtiw por WKKHIY NiWS OIIHMVI Tho Newt citnMIMipdlMt Tlio Jminml oUlilMioil 1177 Ktot Trldny ly mull por yr lf0 Rntf red nt tlio Jonlolllcn At Norfoll Noli n ooml clnsi mnttor tin llnMiin Olllco nml Juti Room Nu 1 Tim nniniint of nioiioy glvou in jinblio Rlfta nmlhctinostH lust yoar wiu flTWK 000 nxcoidliiK lt Ktvon in llto prist oiht yours with tho oxoojition of 18DD whim tlio nmouut wni nourly fW000 ooo An Iowji pnpor hns aotnowlmt tvlntcl tliornthor niulont MiyliiR nml dooUros that tlio drip UngorH in tho lap of BprtiiK Tho rip undoubtedly lingurH hut Hooms toboloouteil In tho entlro body of all niiitikind Tho nvoniRO hUjIuichh in thn army in thiH country in lJ per cent whilo union k tho boyH Horvinff in tho lhllippinCH it in but 7 por emit Tho mombor of I ho ilOth voluntoor rtKlniont who oullcil tho 1h luidn u health retort in ooitnlnly jiiHtillod by ...

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 — 19 April 1901

f v w V j T MgRWKagj Perfect Sight a matter of Foresight Many cases of eye trouble arc averted by early application of proper lenses Present neglect means future trouble c p at PKOMHDT Dr of Ophthalmology NORFOLK NEBRASKA l i uQ You know k I That there is n big tlif fcrouce iu Ornnges Yon know there is in apples Take a New York or Michigan npple its juicy nnd fluo flavored whilo tho MisBonri apples are flat and more or less tasteless Same way with Oranges The Rcdland orange is uDout penecr wiiiie tnat grown in other districts is like a Missouri apple We have bought ilfty boxes of the finest Redlauds and are going to have A Special Orange Sale seammiika i 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 i UT t u MONARCH MIXED PA9NT The Best Paint Made Will cover 300 square feet two coats Contains pure lead nnd oil Shown by chemical test there is no paint on the market equal to its durability ...

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 — 19 April 1901

12 staVS V - K W t t l t Ik 1 fcr r t W 1 W tW t I i fl V 3TI T mnm a Kld Jfc a x XC JOHN TOPP PIRATE By Weathorby Ohosnoy and Alick Mtmro oonntonT 1000 nr witATimnnr ciwuricr Ann amcx MUNno u uisriiATioNH iir il o oouitah - ------ fcv i v J j v Wk- - - v CIIAPTKIt XXI Close contests nml heated argument malic men lumjjry no when llio trial of our toy shlpi was over wo returned to tho llttlu Vitiligo HlllllT till palm triMJI with appetites sharpened for our IT Wo woro doomed to ho disappointed however for there woro no Npaulsh slaves waiting our roturn with fresh ly killed porlc mh wo lmil hopiil Wo hailed hut got no roply wont to tho nearest rising ground hut huw no sign riml ao concluding that Incessant hunt ing wns malting tho swine nioro Hhy nml illlllcult to llnil wo nuiilo shift to III our stoiunohs with any odds nml ends which tin larder happened to contain Afterward throwing our selves down on luxurious nnturnl moss couches wo blow our tohnoco hiiioIco up Into tho Htlll night...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 April 1901

A A v X A- TE EEOOGNITION IS POSITIVE Wittiest lUlthe Testifies Tlmt DefetiiUnt and Tat Crow Wore In Dally Goiiiuiutil cntlon for a Week Ilufora the Kldnap lngTo Meet the Alibi Omnlin April 20 Kilwnnl A nliy Jr has positively liluntlllcd James Calluluiu on trial In the crim inal court us one of the men who kidnaped bltu on the night of Dee IS last The Identification was declared by young Cudahy yesterday while he wan being examined as a witness by Gen eral Cowln who Is assisting In the prosecution of Callahan General Cowlu apked the boy If the man who picked him up on Thirty seventh street on the night of Dec 18 the man who guarded him at the Melrose Hill Louse and the man that escorted him on his return home was one and tho same man and the answer was an emphatic Yes Then came the cli max Who was that man James Callahan On further examination young Cud nhy declared that he did not think he could be mistaken about the Identi fication Another Important point made by the testimony of ...

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 — 26 April 1901

W 2 The Jiorf oik fleuus W N HTJSB Publisher DAILY Established 1887 Evert day except Huudajr By carrier per weak ll coutB lly mail per year UOO WKKKLY NKWS JOUKNAL The News established 1KM1 Tlio Journal established 1S77 Every Friday lijjmail per year 1M Entered nt tho Pobtoillce at Norfolk Neb ns ootid class matter Telephones Editorial Department No J2j liuslnes Olllco and Job Rooms No S22 Thomas R Hinds who actod for live days as receiver of the Boston fc Mout ana Mining company of Butte Montaua about a year ago has been awarded 200000 for personal compensation and 3111080 for counsel fees and other ex penses This is almost good enough to cause an editor to seriously consider throwing up his job and learning the re ceivers trade JL J Longer familiarly known among the newspaper fraternity as Tony has this week sold his West Point Republican to Ool J O Elliott It 1b understood that Tony will sieze his trenchant plow and proceed to edit a farm If he is as successful at produc ing corn...

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 — 26 April 1901

Ctb 1 I I Governor General Talks About Affairs In the Island SAYS ALL IS HARMONIOUS Make Hurried Trip to This Country for lurpimo of Introducing to IMldent Me Kluley the II e Mtiubar of the Cuban Coinmliolon New York April 24 General Leon ard A Wood governor general of Cuba with Mrs Wood and his pri vate secretary arrived liere last night General Wood oxpeetB to return to Havana tomorrow General Wood did not hesitate to talk about affairs In Cubn The object of my hurried visit here lie said Is to lntroduee the live mem bers of the spcelnl commission on for eign relations appointed by the Cuban constitutional convention to see Presi dent McKlnley The members of the commission represent all the different RToups of Cubnho composing the eon rdltutlonnl convention They have come to the United States for the pur pose of conferring with President Mc Klnley on mntters which the conven tion does not thoroughly understand and when they return and make their report I am convinced there will be...

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 — 26 April 1901

If Kjgpivr E HI 1 List of Men Ordered for Exam ination as Lieutenants iWEST WELL REPRESENTED Announcement Made by the War Depart ment of Transfer of Volunteers to Tor inaueut CorpsNames of Those From IiiKn Nebraska nml South Dakota I AVasliliiRton April 25 The wnr de partment yesterdny gave out this list of the men who will bo ordered for cxninlnntlon for appointment an first lieutenants In tlio regular uriiiy with ipiiKt nml present rnnkH 1 Nebraska Henry M Morrow first llcuteunnt Third Nebraska now with Twenty second Infantry U H V Will Inec O Tnylor of Omaha uinjor First Nebraska Infantry onplnln Thirty- ninth lufiintry U S V Orvlllo It Acrry first lieutenant Second now llrst lloutoiwnt Forty fourth fn nfnntry U S V Lewis H Rynn sec ond lleuteiinut First Nebraska now Ifirst lieutenant Forty fifth Infantry ICharlcs C Fulls second llcuteunnt fUhlnl Nebraska now llrst llcutiMiiint mid liattiillon adjutant Fortieth lurun try William O Donne of Oiuahn first llcuteunnt Third Nehrnska 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 — 26 April 1901

j i T HE AGAIN III Strongly Intrenched at Three Points In Manchuria FEANOE DECIDES TO fJUIT Will Wltlitlrnw Trn Tliousnnri of Itrr Sol dlers From China Next Month Nrm paper Correspondents nt lu Tins lu Itrturh to 1eklng London April 23 According to n dispatch from St rotcrsluirg to the Daily Mall ofllclal Infornnitlon has been received t lint renewed nctlvlty Ik beginning in Manchuria Chinese troops nre strongly entrenched nt three points around Mukden They ore nrmed with Mauser rifles mid Lave 30 Krupp guns reklng April 111 General Voyron tho commnnder of the French troops hn8 Informed Genernl Chnffee that 30000 French soldiers will leave Chlnn next May LI Hung Chang helleves that tho Chinese troops under General Liu will he withdrawn ver the boundary marking the terri tory defined by Field Marshnl von Wnldorsee as the sphere of operations for the allies The majority of the French and German newspaper corre spondents accompanying the expedi tion directed against General Liu and whi...

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 — 26 April 1901

I G The Norfolk Jieucts A Now York dtupatoh tolls of tho Poll Thonipon wedding Wo hurt supposed thnt Poll was already married o Moll Is your money fipont nt homo or doos nil yon upoud go toward building np Ohlcngo Oninlin or somo othor distutit city Mny dny in tho noxt iti tho linn wait ing to bo honored Tho chlldron will undoubtedly glvo It duo oonsldoratton with flowers and Mny baskots Democrats claim that tholr party in tho party of tho pooplo and yot thoy havo elected but ono man lo tho prosl donoy In a period of in yoam Tho pooplo must bo decidedly In tho ml norlty Whilo watting for Mr MoKlnloy to orndlonto tho Fourth of July Mr Bryan might show him how it in douo by eliminating Arbor day from thoonlondar and making Its author J Storllng Mor ton ttcarco Somo Bhrowd trtiould hovu election law piwwod that would requlro voters to noknowlodgo tholr ngo That would positively sottlo tho question so far as many of tho womon aro coucoruod A porson may think that a dollar nout to a fore...

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 — 26 April 1901

THEBES TO BE A WEDDIN IX THE NEIQH BOlinOOD said she and I know all about her from A to Izzard not that shes told me much herself Letltla never was no great hand to talk shes a close mouth ed woman especially when It comes to anything concernln her own affairs but you cant help plckln up n mite of Information as you go along Hviu so close that Is if youve got any eyes at all She worked awhile In silence before she began again Letltla wore her crape a good long time for such a pretty woman and it was a long time too before she began to notice as much as a year or more So when Tom Jones took to seeln her home from meetln and hangln over the gate with her till the moon went down nobody was much surprised Even if Letltla aint as young as she used to be shes a mighty pretty woman mighty pretty And smart There aint a smarter woman In Plalnville then Letl tla Kinsman Seems like even if them widows aint pretty theyre kinder takin some how or other put in Eliza They alius catches the eye of ...

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 — 26 April 1901

H 1 v- lm ft PM Imiiih Bilii Northeast Nebraska Associa tions Fourth Meeting THE PRESIDENTS ADDRESS IKwUr of Mrmhrm AtletuHnR riticenl Ingnntthe Forenoon HrMlnii Majnr Ktrcl KomlfCtelii Wl oik and liihn DllftukeU of Wltff1t ItrnpouiU From Monday Pally Tho Northeast Nebraska Bankers as sociation is mooting in thin city today in fourth annual convention Every train during tho morning brought representatives of tho banking institutions of north Nebraska towns to tho mooting and nil seem lo bo enjoy ing tho visit to Norfolk which partakes of tho nntnro of both business nnd pleas ure for whilo they meet nnd enjoy tho nooioty of others in tho snmo lino of business they gain ideas from tho pro coollnRH that will bovnlnablo to them in their business when they return home Tho mootingB nro being hold in tho Auditorium After a short session this morning ndjonrumont was taken until a oclock whou tho convention waB again called to order and it is likely that tho program will keep them until Into...

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 — 26 April 1901

i t l t SATURDAY SIFTINGS MIsb Hartley is home to spend Buuday W Smith was up from Pilger yestor day II A Fries waa over from Madison yesterday Peter Backos waa In town from Laid aiy yesterday E M Malouo of Golnmboa is a Nor folk visitor today S S Joyoo was a Norfolk guest over night from Gordon E 13 Poterson was a Norfolk visitor ovor night from Elgin Fresh oherrios aro on the market at Omaha for 1 a pound Mrs It tt Dickinson waa in the city yestorday from ONeill J M Hughlin of Bloomfiold waa a Norfolk visitor yestorday J K Hutchesou of South Norfolk is very siok with rhoumatism A S Blauchard and F A Dearborn wore visitors from Wayne yesterday Russell Thompson 1b reported as re covering from his attaok of scarlet fever Mrs H E Jonnison of Omaha is visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs H T Holden Mr and Mrs W L Mote of Plain view were Norfolk visitors over night returning home this morning 0 J Stockwoll has returned from Yankton S D whore he went to at tend the funeral of his bro...

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 — 26 April 1901

i LI hi ft I 10 iikiwi Town is Almost Wiped Out of Existence TEN BUSINESS HOUSES BURN itlM Orcnl llnrkrt Hrlgmlr mt Mrans for Flglillnc Flri Wer lnade innt Clilli1 f Mr Hhrrlork Narrowly Ksrarie IliirnliiK lnMAImtit finOOO From WedntuHlnyV Dolly Tho bnslnopB portion of Plainvlow wnimlmost totally destroyed by fire last ikilit after 1 oclock tou ImshieHB houses bolng burned nt a loss it 1h esti mated of between f 10000 and 10000 partially covered by limnrnnco Tho town wnu without mennn of Hunting tho cflro and hixd there been a wind tho en lire villngo would probably have been consumed Tho rlthreuR formed fi bucket brlRnde nnd inude heroic elTortfl to Rtny tho fire fiend but their efforts wore not of much nvivil while there wiw fuel in his path Tho blno iq wild to hnvo started in tho restaurant of Earnest Kumbcrg from somounknownjcnuho and quickly spread to buildings adjoining Tho child of Mr Sherlook tho snloon keeper wan nlraost burned lie wnR looping in his fathers building and wa...

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 — 26 April 1901

Near sighted people See clearly close by and for this reason Iry to get along1 without glasses thereby suffering endless misery and sometimes blindness follows Wc are competent to examine your eyes We use the most modern scientific methods and guarantee satisfaction C p 0 piQlfllDT Dr of Ophthalmology NORFOLK NEBRASKA We have just m T bought 20Doz Curtice Bros Jams in Tins C at a very low price and while T they Inst we are going to sell them l at 15c per Tin The goodB are the finest of their T kind and Curtice Bros name is a sufficient guarantee of quality Also a TABLE PLUM nt lCc per T can The above goods are extra 4- value and worth at least a trial T X order PARISH MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 300 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 as we have handled the Monarch Paint for twelve years If you think of painting your house le...

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 — 26 April 1901

I ft N r M w I v IC O a a 12 J v4PS FH evWS N S a- - v v trS rN flrS aB fc K y w tyrfe ftfl 8tttttt - ------ J W M a a M T JOHN TOPP PIRATE By Woalhorby Ohosnoy and Alick Munro oorrnioirr icon mr wnATiinmir citEsineT Attn aijcx Himno naAiin iUTioNH nr it a oouwas CHAPTHU XXIII An wi hml nbunilnnco of victuals nml iwntrr nml woro In iiowIhu prcHHwl for time ns noon ns the Ncourgo wuh ready for Ron wo took Iter for a wuoIch rrulmi through tho dosort son to tin ninth wiml of our Island This wuh tho moio ncoossnry nr except our captain uniiu of us lintl more linn tho vaguoNl no tions of fon nml aft npniuntiHlilp anil It would lmvo been foolH coiiiihuI o think of lighting till wo liutl go I nil ItandH nnoil to tho feul of tliolr now nlilp Wu were returning from tlilH crulne well mitlHtled with whnt wo hud himiii and learned and were within hIkIH of tho Toniplo of tho Serpent on Cuvo Im land when Alec called a general coun cil Tho question was put to uh wlinl to do next There was no lack ...

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 — 3 May 1901

ft r Y UAlM4iMktt -- t n i i r n winiViMnt tl 1BA wi Au- TfrOfcMyAjtMW wk iiCuflcgwtfMMMWWjfcw3 The Norfolk Weekly News Journal o NORFOLK NEBRASKA FK1DAY MAY 3 1901 Ml II I Vandcrbilt is Fighting Goulds Expansion Plans AT0HIS0N ST00K SOARING Activity In Union rnolllo Bocurltlri lrtly Shnreil by Another Iloiul forced Up 1 Ncnrly Twnlro Top Notch an Heavy Itnylng Now York May 3 The scnsntlonnl interest in the stock market yesterday shifted from the recent favorites to Atchison About the middle of the session the movement became wild In much the sumo wny ns that of Union Pacillc Wednesday mid Atchison was forced up by wide strides Hiul by the taking of long strings of 1000 shnre lots up to 0000 share lots to about 88 a rise of nearly i2 points over Wednes day night There was no news to ac count for the rise but buyers of the etock professed n belief that the road was to bo Included In n transconti nental project to offset the Burlington The Mall nnd Express says From the current tremen...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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