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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 June 1901

n M i JH nufiii Extent of the West Virginia Disaster Still in Doubt I FIFTY BODIES ARE RECOVERED Estimate of the Property Loss Vary From 1500000 to 2500000 All Wires Aie Down and Information Comes In Slowly Minefield W Va Juno 25 Details of the terrlblo flood In the Pocnhontnn Flat Top region nrc slowly drifting Into this town which Jh situated 26 miles south of tho Bceno of the wrecked monies nnd fully benr out tho fears early entertained as to the havoc wrought by the storm Fifty dead bodies havo been found ThoiiBiindB of people are homelesB nnd It Ib fenred ninny nro without food or nt tho boBt with only food enough to last n fow days Tho work of ontnbllBhlng rail road commuulcaltlon la being pUBhcd with vigor There Is little hopo of vending tho sufferers Biiccor until rail road connection Ib ngulu renewed Men nro at work clearing awny tho debris and ravcrlng tho hodles of tho dead Tho dend are being aug mented hourly Property Loss Placed at 2500000 Estimates of tho property Iobh...

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 — 28 June 1901

I i 1 3 y THE DAY THEY CELEBRATED A rouiiTii or imr iiomancr ii r rirruii maiituhiu h Copyright 1000 fcy P McArthur r MONO thn vorv first families to r u c Ii Ouglurn for the summer Benson were tliu Uroshiuns a n d tlu Ditvlscs It Is doubtful It ci ther of t h e in coulil toll exact ly why thpy liinl closed thuir town houses do early nnil the two who were chletly re sponsible would have denied us ing their inlliience If they had been ac cused And anyway neither would have thought of accusing tins other The Greshanis and Davlses lived in different cities during the winter but it so hap pened that they had selected Onglnrn as the choicest spot on the great lakes for their summer outing They had tried It for the first time on the previous year anil it was in that way that Jack Gresham and Iolly Davis first met They had met only a few times but were so congenial that all winter they had been thinking of each other and it was due to their influence exerted on their re spective families t...

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 — 28 June 1901

The Norfolk fleuas The north polo seems n good wnyB off thcMi dnys bnt perhnpB tho explorers ravn find it This weather may cause tho linen dilrt front to wilt but tho crops nro ex tending upwards na though they had balloon attachments Tim Globe Democrat callfi them tho pottigrowBters Whatever kind of roosters tliey may bo thoy aro not in as mnoh favor aB tho spring chicken Tho Globe Democrat huyb Tho centrifugal feeling among tho demo crats of Missouri iBmoroacnto than ovir when a Btato convention thin year in fropoBpd Senator Fornker tleolareB that tho nn tioual policies of PreBident MoKinley will bo tho Ibmio in Ohio thin campaign On Bnch an Isbuo tho republicans wil certainly prove winners If Mr Bryan loves IiIb country and its inHtltutious ub dearly an ho professes why docBut ho Bay a Rood word for it occasionally instead of overlnBtlngly wailing that it iB going to tho dogbV A business man who is inclined to complain of his town Bhonld tako im mediate action to remove tho caimo...

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 — 28 June 1901

v t 4 NO SEAT NO NICKEL A Humorous Fourth of July Story by Rosa C Elchorn Copyright 1000 ty R a Elchorn 1 IIE Fourth wns tlio liottoHt day on record mid t he enr whb crowded He wiih fat and per spiring ntid ap peared thorough ly enraged as ho struggled with the strap over head Fares pleasel Fare slrl What for i What for Yes what for Why for riding sir When I get a Beat Ill pay my fare not before Sorry Blr but Ive got to hare a fore or you get off Then youll put rae off Id like to ece you do It Thems the rules Blr Dont the fare entitle a man to a seat or does the company advertlMe standing room only queried the puff ing old gentleman I dont know nothing bout that but I do know what my order is sir and Im here to do my duty At this stage every passenger wns eagerly Intent on the Impending strife Well you tend to your business and Ill tend to mine Get me a seat my man and youll have your nickel The tempestuous subject smiled broadly and continued addressing no one in particular Ill be ...

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 — 28 June 1901

W HUSBAND ENJOINED lie M11M Not Wrlln lollrrn In HI lnnnn Vrife IIrr Fnlhnr Scurr tlin In- Junrtlnn Tho State Journal of yesterday gives tho following Interesting aooount of a caso coinlug before Judgo OortiUli of that city Jumps L Loo father of Mrs Fitiiuio Gndsdon ha- brought n suit n district court enjoining JanuM Gmlsdon from annoying his wlfo who is in tho insane Hospital nt Norfolk mid from Hooking to secure her removal to tho hospital at Jjlncoln Tlio petition on lllo narrates tho facts concerning tho matter Gadsden and his wifo resided at Sihuylor whore Gadsden now lives From there his wlfo who was suffering from a mental ailment was mint hy tho Insanity comml Nionprs to tho linano hospital of Norfolk Sho Is there now rocolvlng treatment Tho father of tho woman alleges that whilo thoro luir husband has boon In tho habit of send ing hor nnuoylng letters caloulated to disturb her peace of mind and to aggra vate hor montal disease Not long ago Ondsdon appeared Iwforo tho board ...

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 — 28 June 1901

Jfr t rT a SATURDAY SIFTINGS W H Bntterfield hns returned from Creighton Oarl T Seoley of Madison was in Norfolk yceterdny T II Brenton of Nollgh hnd business In Norfolk yesterday Frnnk Twlss went to Wayno todny to visit friends over Snndny Norman nnd Delia Ocksn of Madison wore Norfolk visitors ycEterdny MIbs Edith Estabrook will lenvo to night for Stuart to visit friendB Mrs Warner and daughter of ONeill wore Bhopping in tho city today Miss Nettie Lowo left this rnorulug for Coleridge to visit Miss Pearl Keth logo Alexander Morrison 1b homo from Sihley Iowa for a few dajb visit with hts family Miss Muttio Davenport went to Mudi Hon last evening to visit her Meter Mrs Arthur Pilger Mr and Mrs P J Fuesler and Mr nnd Mrs J H Sanford each welcomed baby boys to their homes yesterday Tho plasterors aro hero to fluibh up tho interior of the Stortz block on which nothing has been done since tho roof was laid last week Prospects are said to be excellent for a magnificent hay crop thiB seas...

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 — 28 June 1901

I w M 10 WEDNESDAY WRINKLES Mifs Qnliher of Stuart was In tho oity yesterday Jas GnilsdoH was a olty visitor from Sohnyler yesterday D J McDonald was a Norfolk guest from Crawford yostorday Mr and Mrs 0 P Paw of Madison were Norfolk visitors yostorday Tho Hnttlo Crook High sohool build ingls to bo boated with hot air or steam A fomnlo tramp was arrostod yontor day for being drunk and disorderly and was kopt In jail over night Boyd county has a Whisky orook and tho reason ont tiers are looking into that county so fast is oxplainod Samuel Iiongacro of Dodgooxpoots to barvost about TOO bushols of poaohort from his orchard this yoar Jas A Covort donlos tho roport that his son Porry has tho smallpox and olalms that such rumor Is without foundation Superintendent D 0 VOoiinor of this city uddrossod tho teachers attend ing thn Boono couuty Instltuto at Albion last Priday night Partners nt Battlo Orook complain that potatoes and othor vogotablos aro dying on account of tho boat and wot cond...

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 — 28 June 1901

ifit i - I r I MMWMMMMlMWWIIIMNMMMAMlt Thero inny bo A WEDDING fo which yon lmvo been bidden Yon dont know just whnt to buy 1 lor a present ITS A HARD QUESTION TO DECIDE Drop in nud pee if wo enrinot 1 help yon Seeing things will pnj post whnt yon ought to bny and tho price Bhnll not deter yon from buying anything in onr Btoro G F W MARQUARDT JEWELER NORFOLK - NEBRASKA toMMftIMWMIIM t PARISH THE RELIABLE GROCER WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY WANT PARISH YOUR HOME will look barren and cheerless no matter how mnch furniture yon may have if yon dont have the wallB nicely papered We have a pleasing selection of Damasks Ingrains Glimmers and Blanks at prices to snit the slender purse Remember we handle the Monarch Mixed Paint the best paint made KIESAU DRUG CO WE DO NOT BELIEVE I in carrying goods over from one season to the other In order to close out onr en tire line 01 SUMMJiK LINERY we will sell every- J thing at COST J PRICE- I We have a few Street Hats left that we will close ont Regardles...

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 — 28 June 1901

m 1 n x f - I v 12 in i Blackmailers Burn a Kansas Farmers Home WIFE PERISHES IN FLAME8 Huaband Fillo to Comply With De mand for 5000 and House Is Fired During Hit Absence Neighbor Dis covers Unconscious Woman Topokn Knn Juno 28 Uurnoil nnd dying lu Intoimo agony wuti tho fato of Mm W C Cnraon wlfo of n Cowley county farmer nil beratiHo lier huiv band refused to dopnnlt 0000 In n placo nnmud by unknown black mnllors Word reached thta city of tho trnR cdy which happened Saturday nlKlit In nn obacuro Holtloinunt away from jiontonico and telegraph titntlonn Thrco wcolta ngo Cnrnon who In wealthy roculvud an anonymous nolo requesting him to bury 5000 at tho foot of a toluphono polo on tho road hIiIo umlor penalty of having IiIh Iiouho burned Tho miggontlon wan iKiiorud Ono week lator anothor nnonynioun noto was received Htatlng thai If G 000 was not dopoaltod within a week bid house would bo burnod and ho would bo klllod In addition No attention wan paid to tho flocond communication and...

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 July 1901

m fr Vs M rfffimiifivfN H H H B Sheriffs Posse Surrounds Them at Allens Ranch BANDIT8 LEAD HARD CHA8E Sooty Secured From Great Northern Express Car In Montana Amounts to 70000 Dynamite Turned Loose on Safe Work of Masked Men Great Falls Mon July 5 Train No 3 west bound on tho Great Northern railroad was held up Wednesday aft crnoon at Wagner station by three masked men who blew open tho ox press car and secured tho entire con tents of tho through safe estimated t 70000 One of tho robbers boardod the train a few miles from the scene of tho holdup When the train reached the place where his confederate were lying In wait In a ravine alongside the track he pullled the bell cord As tho train slowed down he Jumped to tho engine aimed a revolver and forced tho fireman and englneor to abandon the locomotive The passengers began to look out of the windows and a fust ade of shots swept alongside of the coaches and jwas continued several minutes Dynamite was exploded in the ex press car tearin...

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 July 1901

I M i ii 1 i 42 TheHotffolkHeuus W N HOSE Publisher rs DAILY Krtnhlivhciil 1KS7 oxrmit Sunday Hy carrlor ri t hn1HwT tuOO nk contB llj mull jior J our per weikiy KKWSiimmNAi The Now established ISM Tlio Jtmrnnl established 1S77 Every Friday Hy mull par onr 150 Entered nt tlin Pnstoflicn nl Norfolk Nob ns coml class mnttor Telephones Editorial Department No 22 Huslness Olllco mill Job Rooms No 822 Thoro is no morning iu tlio year as noisy as Fourth of July morniuK and there iu no morning of the year as quiet as that of July 5 The papers are sayiuj a great deal about Moso Jacobs the Des Moines nowBboy recently wedded in Omaha whose wealth is estimated at from f 10000 to flSOOOO Nothing is said however of the editor of tho papers hold Ho is probably iu tho poor house If the farmers of Kansas liavo becomo so desperate as to hold up trains and force harvest hands into their fields to work for 350 per day thero is every reason to believe that they have no time to stand around tho streets ...

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 July 1901

V 7 i r H Invrnftnn ion ti in lOlllll W i In- ii i m 1 BBBBjEl II Storm Strikes Fort Crook Fort Crook Neb July 2 A heavy wind and electrical storm followed by a downpour of hail and rain visited this section yesterday A largo por tion of the roof on the Burlington de pot was blown off and telephone and telegraph wires wore burned out NEW YORK STILL SWELTERING Eighty seven Deaths From Heat and Many Prostrations New York July 2 Yesterday was the hottest July 1 on record At 310 p m the thermometer at the weather office reached 98 degrees In the early morning hours there was a light breeze blowing but during the early part of the afternoon the breeze died away and the city was baked in torrid heat The suffering la the city was most intense As tho day grew the deaths and prostrations in creased and although provision was made in all the hospitals for this emergency the authorities were scarcely able to cope with the great tax made on their resources During the day there were reported 87 ...

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 July 1901

m r i i I I - i i m i i i U- 1 i M i 111 K lf Ml II IK Weather Bureau Sees No Sign of Abatement SUNS RAYS 8LAY HUNDREDS Hew Yorks Total Death Roll It 225 Ralna In Some Portion Make Life More Bearable Philadelphia Patsea Previous Record Washington July 3 IlcportB re ceived at the weather bureau in thin city from the entire Area affected by the -Intense hent show n continuation of very high temperature savo In a few favored locnllttcn where modor ate weather resulted In eonseuuencn f thunder storms or other ntmoB ptwrlo condition No relief in In sight Tho rnlnfnll reports ehow that tticr has been precipitation tbrevgfcout the areas varying from hrtun than a hundredth of an Inch to mm than na Inrli Tho thunder Hteroui which have come hava been bnt Ib known on dry stormn no the very little rnln has accompanied them The Indications for the next 24 feuro for n large portion of the heated swa point to cloudy weather with tihwr which however be cattse of tbetr local character will bring onl...

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 July 1901

1 k llliMlKl Fifty Thousand Workers In volved in the Trouble CALK 13 MADE THE ISSUE President Shaffer of the Amalgamated Association Says It Will Be a Fight to a Finish Employes of the Hoop Trust Ordered Out Wttsborg July 1 President T J Shaffer of tho Amalgamated Associa tion of Iroa Steel and Tin Workers prill today issue an order calling out all union employes of tke various mills lot the American Steel Hoop company mown as the hoop trust It is ostl Mated that 10000 men will be subject Ito the call which tn connection with Ihe big strike of the American Sheet Btel company ordered by Prosldent Bhater on Saturday will aJTact 60000 men i President Shaffer said The tnv preasion that only the mills of tho American Sheet Stel company are affected by the decision of Saturday la a mistake The workmen of all mills In the American Steel Hoop com fcaay are interested and will be official ly notified that the scale has not been wgsed and that they will quit work To the well organized mills t...

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 July 1901

k 1 1 A 1 t 1 j ii LC v I It iti u lt K I f i iv J M rlk T- tnrt0gmmmt3mi - Tho Ynnkco peril in still menacing JRnrope An American grnin elevntor I to be built M Lelth Scotland It in said thnt a new kind of glawt him n discovered thnt cannot bo broken Itwonldbonjekoto fit ont a vacant building vflth thin port of glazing and fool tho stone throwiug kids The democrats of Missouri have taken io fraudulent elections to keep Hint state In lino for tho party and the conscientious member of tho party are deserting tho cauho like Filipinos Icav lng an insurgent regiment Nebraska fnsionists do not find much consolation in tho call for tho repnbli oMi etato convention which will consist of 1H0U delegates This total indicates tko iplondid growth of republicanism iu Nebraska Is shown by tho luet election Tho ONeill Frontier edited by D 11 OnwIh ta this wetk of are having been pnWWved for 21 yenw and the paper new looked better than on its Hist birthday Tho t ditor belierpsthnt after an experime...

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 July 1901

A Ws m H ANENT THE CHAIN FAD nle Ont of the Brrlm If Too Dont JVmr Clmln It is n season of chains cbnins long chains nhort chnins medium hut rhnins yon must have if yon would ho in the swim according to the New York Her ald The very nowoet fad in these chnins Is one of medium length which ie hung around the neck and reaches to the bust or jnAt -whore the fancy yokes end Thcao chains have very artistic pendants attached to them the pendants giving the finishing touch to the toilet Cor tainly some of the pendants attached ic those chains are works of art Borne are Egyptian in the red blno and old gold colorings while others are of the new vert or and gnn metal effects By the way this new coloring for gold chains groenish in hne jnst n little tarnished and branny looking is at the present moment all the rage in Paris It iB creating a perfect fnrore and ovorybody who pretends to bti any body 1b wearing jewelry in this vert or coloring Then again another fad which will be very popular is...

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 July 1901

8 N I I hi i i - I t i i fc t K jap imwCL jCj - iV JSJK 8 0 w i I Ambroz J Bilgcr Tells Soldiers Life of a STORY OF EIGHT MILE RIDE Native- arn Cllml lo Unto Ainnrtran Pro tartlnn Solillnrs Ktpnrlnnrn ahlei Uitnnl lluty Tlia NatWn Ilrtnka Sea Hliclls are Plenty Dr G F Bllgor has received from hU son Atnbrono n letter from whioh Ttni News In permitted to quote fur tho itf formation of tho young mans friandn Tholottorls dated Mny It and was writtou from Oraqulotft Mindnnart Fhilippluo Islands wliorn th youujj man Ib sorving lu company L Tenth reglmout U S regular infantry H states that ho has hivd uoobAncvtowirifcfl for two week becatwo tkora Km bnun no opportunity to send or reoaive mall m thoy nro about RCO w Hot from Manila and out of tho way of tha mala boats continuing ho says I not wall and like this place vary much olthoujjW w soe no one but Filipinos W have 15 native two Oainosa and four garrison prisoners that uummi 71 prisoners in all and tharo nro only 1J5 AiMorfctui soldlw...

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 July 1901

Br M A SATURDAY SIFTINGS Judge Cones wob ft city visitor today from Pierce II W Moos of Atkinson was in Nor folk yesterday J J Sweet of Verdigre was n Norfolk guest over night Sheriff Geo W Loeey wnB up from Madison yesterday Chris A Gabelman of Mndison wiw in tho inetropolie yesterday Michael Moolick went to Grose last night for n two weeks visit with hiB parents Miss Edith Altschuler expects to leave for Canada Monday to spend tho Bum mer with friends S L Gardner returned last night from Knnsas where he has been for about a week on bnsinesB Tho Sonth Omaha street fair manage ment has named Jnly 13 as Norfolk Fremont and Omaha day Job Horriskey jr arrived last night from Pocatella Idaho to spend a two weeks vacation with hiB parents Editor O J Stockwell of the Creigh ton Mail was in town today greeting friends and attending to business Tho Norfolk and Madison jnnior league ball teams will cross bats at the latter place on the Fourth of Jnly Mrs O W Jones and children leave tomorrow...

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 — 5 July 1901

r - I a i It I m I 10 WEDNESDAY OarlT Soely was WRINKLES In from Madison yostordny P Z Poll wni In tho olty today from Humphroy Judge and Mrs Powor wont to Omaha today O It Sollor has gone to Hot Springs S D on business Nopaporwlll bo lfwaoJ from Tiik Nkws oilloo tomorrow Miok Harding is eipooted lioro from Omaha to spend tho Fourth Dr K A MittolsUdt wont to Omaha todny and will roturn Friday 0 H Vail and II H Patterson wont to Sioux City yesterday ou business D P Chambers of Stanton wan a buslnww visitor in Norfolk yostorday Mr and Mrs Honry Hollyflolrt havo welcomed a now daughtor to tholr homo Mm S P Dunn and Mm Davis wont to Omaha today to upend tho Ponrth Mm Guy Cooloy and MIm Mabel Cooloy went to Scribnor tcxlay fer tho Fourth Everybody will havo a hot time to morrow unless tho woatuer changes pretty nmoh Mrs O It Ellor MIhs Mamie Matron aud Miss Knto Stafford went to Omaha this morning Mm Morris Mayer and ohildrett wont to Omaha Mills morning to visit hor parent for a mouth M...

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 July 1901

M i 1 1 A MMMMIMMMWMMWIMMMM There tnny be A WEDDING to which von have been bidden Yon dont know juBt what to buy 1 for a present ITS A HARD QUESTION TO DECIDE Drop in nnd Bee if wo cannot help yon Seeing thinRB will eng geBt what yon ought to bny and the price ehnll not deter yon from buying anything in ourttore C F W MARQUARDT JEWELER NORFOLK - NEBRASKA aMMMtMMMMMMMMMMMMMMN PARISH Fresh Celery Just Received PARISH YOURHOME will look barren and cheerless no matter how much furniture you may have if you dont bave the walls nicely papered We have a pleasing selection 6f Damasks Ingrains Glimmers and Blanks at prices to suit the slender purse Remember we handle the Monarch Mixed iPuiut the best paint made KIESAU DRUG CO WE DO NOT BELIEVE in carrying goods over from one season to the other In J order to close out our en- tire line of SUMMER MIL LINERY we will sell every thing at COST PRICE We have a few Street Hats left that we will close out Regardless of Price I Miss E J Bender The We...

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