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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 19 July 1901

i t i H J If r I K 3 A if I N nil ft i II To be at Home to Her Friends in September PEOPLE ARE ENTHUSIASTIC 1lntt Werli In Sf pteinlier Clmaen atitl a Mncnllli rut Hurt eon U rmnlwl An other Meeting lin II Mil FrliUy Kan liiK lo further the Wnrk Prom Tnpcilr Pmlj A Inrgo nnd onthnslivstlo crowd of citizens gathored nt tho city hull last night on cull of Mayor Koonlgstolu to take preliminary stops toward holding a public entertainment thin fall and not n dissenting voice was heard but that Norfolk should provldo an outortain incut early in tho fall and Invito all her neighbors and friends to participate In a general good time extending through several dnys Many pertinent sugge tiont wcro offered regnrding tho ontor tainmont and pothers will undoubtedly be mailo next Friday ovonlng adjourn incut having been taken to that tlmo Tho sentiment ns shown by last nights meeting is strongly lu favor of Homo kind of public entertainment and while there aro many details to bo nrranged it may bo...

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 July 1901

f it Ilw SATURDAY SIFTINGS I B Jeffery and son of Pilgor wero in tho city yesterday Mannger Sprecher went to Carroll to day on telcphono business Mr and Mrs D F Cliambers wero up from Stanton yesterday Wayne people are talking up a three days fair to bo hold this fall Mrs Joe Phillips of Stanton is tho guest of Mrs 0 H Vail at tho Oxuard Mrs S I Hibbon of Wabash Ind is viMtlng at tho homo of her sou 0 J llibbon Jesse Hibbon of Fremont brother of 0 J Hibbon is here today to visit his mother and brother Miss Otelia Pilger went to Madison todny to visit over Sunday with Mr and Mrs Arthur Pilger Mrs W E Spencer and children went to Stanton nt noon to visit over Sunday with tho family of Editor Euos H R Johnson has resigned as tho Norfolk manager of tho Bee and Fran cos Eiseley has been appointed in his stead Owners of fast horses should attend the public meeting Monday night to put in a good word for a racing pro gram The average high temperature for the six days this week 1b 102 bb sho...

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 July 1901

1 T li ft i A I hi i k i 2 1 I a fJ ii ucr 10 WEDNESDAY WRINKLES 0 V PncB win over from MsiiUnoii yiSttTnlay A H Wnnl of HartinKton wns in tho city ypRlpnlay M L Hoi1y of Crolghtou wns in Nor folk yoMonlny W O Smith of Creighton won in tho ally this morning T V Tiowo is in town from Hsiltlo Orcuk tills morning I I Honnott of HnstlngHhnilbtiHlnoHfl In Norfolk ycwtonlay Goo V Hoycl of Onkdnlo war- u Nor folk visitor yintordny August liijuinstock of Wnyuo wan n Norfolk vinltor yostnrduy O S Smith tho MndlHon rnal ortlato iimn wns in Norfolk todny K Ilium ynn a Sugar Olty visitor from Huttlo Greek yoitordiiy J H Lolunnn of Hlooinllulri tnxiiH net oil liusliiwm hurt yesterday Mrs A K Campbell wont to Klgln Inst nlKbt to vtHlt her daughter for a week Commissioner II W Wintor wont to Mntllson ycHtordivy to nttoud to county IniHinpsH County Surveyor W H Lowo wont to MndlHon yesterday to do somo work for tho county Throo clnsROS of tho Methodist Sun day Hohool iro enjoying a plonio today nt ...

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 July 1901

If i h ti v Bin 111 B2 4 When Doctors Disagree Consult an Optician W Nervousness headaches sleeplessness nnd dizziness often puzzle the best physicians Nine times In ien eyestrain is tho direct cause Nothing can effect a permanent curt that does not remove the cause That is what our scientifically fitted f lasses do G f W PHQUflflDT OPTICIAN NORFOLK A- NEBRASKA PARISH Fresh Celery Just Received I PARISH COST PRICE We have a few Street Hats left that we will close oat Regardless of Price Miss E J Bender j x i x X X YOURHOME will look barren nnd cheerless no matter how much furniture you may have if you dont have the walls nicely papered We have a pleasing selection of Damasks Ingrains Glimmers and Blanks nt prices to suit the slender purse Remember we hnndle the Monnrch Mixed Paint tho best paint made KIESAU DRUG CO I WE DO NOT 1 in carrying goods over from one Eeason to the other In order to close out our en tire line of SUMMER MIL LINERY we will sell erery thing at J The Weather Co...

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 July 1901

h m y o ll I I X I 7 c D - l t I L I 12 I 1 4i 7 A 1 E JS IE Ccbu and Bohol Not Ycl Ready for Civil Code CHAFFEE AGAIN TAKES CHARGE Portions of Philippines Return to Their First Form q Government i After Throo Months Trial Insur rection Still Smoulders Freely Mnnlln July IfiTlio Wnltou Stnlon Civil iiuinlRHlnii iiniiounruil today that after throo montlm trial of u provincial form of Kovoinmotit In llio IhIhiiiIh of Colin anil ltohol and tho itrovlnco of lintniiRiiii LU70U control of tliftfo tllntrlrtH owltu to tholr lneottiilito paotlloattoil liiia hoou rot in nod to tho military luitliorltlotf II having boon proved Hint tho coininiinltluH Indlcatotl nro haoliward and iimlOHorvliiK of civil nilinlnlfitrntlon Tho roHldontH of tho IhIimiiI of Cohu havo protoatoil hut without HiieooHH itKuliiRl tho return of tjint Inland to mllltnry control Rnv oral Inlnmlfl In Cohu nro IiphIckoiI hy IiiHiirKontH Tho liiHiirroctlon on llio JhIuihI of ltohol Iiiih hoou rouowod Hint Inmiwnt Rontliuont In...

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 — 26 July 1901

I t 1 f it fl r k f The Norfolk Weekly News Journal 1 SIPS l IMS iDavcnport Suffers Property j Loss of 700000 MAD RACE WITH THE FLAMES Twenty Blocks Burned In a Brief Space Dry Goods Store at Sioux City Bursts Into Flames Llscomb Creamery Burns Caused by Sun Davenport la July 2C Flro laid Hvasto an area ot sawmill ami resi dence property hero last night equal to 20 ordinary city blocks The flames started at 230 p m In sonio big piles ot kindling wood belonging to tho Itock iBland Fuel company on tho levee A brisk breozo carried Jho flames directly across tho lmmonso lumber yards of Welrhausor Denk mann which were soon a seething maBs of flames Tho spread ot tho flro was bo rapid that tho workmen barely had time to desert tho yard some losing their coats and dinner palls Tho flames pushed their way Into tho ad Joining residence district closely Bot tled with mid Ho class homes of an average value of a few thousand dol lars each from which the occupants cscapGd only with their lives a...

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 July 1901

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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 — 26 July 1901

i T 4 WO I S1KI -Men Injured and Much Prop erty Damaged at New Ulm MANY BUILDINGS BLOWN DOWN Occurs on Anniversary of Big Cyclone of Twenty Years Ago and People Are on Guard Follows Hot Spell That Broke the Record Now Ulm Minn July 24 A tornado passed a mllo north of Now Ulm from west to cast yesterday Several luilld Ings woro blown down nnd two men In jured Thd1 Injured men nro August Woodmnn and William Thomlltz both of whom sought shelter In a barn which wns blown down upon them Several farm buildings In the district were wrecked A heavy rain accom panied tho Btorm Half an hour prior to the tlmo tho storm BtruckithlB sec tion tho government thoWhomoter showed 105 tho highest point reached this season Tho air was closo and heavy arid tho anniversary of tho dis astrous cyclone of 20 years ago having Just been passed all residents In tho vicinity of the disturbance sought ref uge In cellars Reports from the coun try to tho west of1 hero are to tho effect that considerable damago was...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 July 1901

f I C r hi ft 0 1 VI I 1 IP H zg SI 1 11 Highest Temperature of the Year is Recorded FORTY DEATHS ARE REPORTED People Drop Every Minute and Hot pltals Are Full Kansas Terribly Scorched Temperature at Omaha Soars Up to 105 Degree St Louis July 25 St Louis was tlio hottcut point In flie country yes tardny 1071 degrees beV recorded iu the maximum tenfliernture n jlKiiro never reached before In thin city No Immediate prospect of relief Is In sight and the Indications nre for con tinned hot and dry weather for the ueit 21 hours nt lenst Throughout the day people dropped on the sidewalks In nil pnrts of tfie city nml hortHH In the Htrcits dropped to the pavement tumble to mow The citys facilities for handling the heat cnHiH proved nnilctintc nnd the lienlth department nt once put Itself In commiinlcntlon with the city comp troller nuking thnt nHslgtnnce bo glvyn the department In the shape offundB vltlb whlrh to buy horses to run the ninlitilnnctB nnd nlco to ptirchiiHc etrn nmbulnnceH In...

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 July 1901

k u T- 4 T s iiui is is People Prostrated AH Over the Western Section of Country SEVERAL DIE AND ALL SUFFER I Many Cities Surpass All Previous Marks for Temperature and Contin uity of Dry Weather Washington Gives No Promise of Relief Washington July 23 Ono hundred degrees tompcraturo were common throughout tho great corn belt yester day according to tho reporta to tho wenthor bureau here In various places in Illinois Iowa and other status all previous heat records were smashed Thero appears to bo no prospect ot decided relief from these exhausting conditions for the noxt two days at least except as may como from tho al Ways present possibility o scattered thunder storms which aro predicted for some portions of the supurhcated area Yesterday dry thunder storms unaccompanied by rain prevailed In several sectldhs of the west hundreds of miles apart They temporarily cooled tho atmosphere but brought no relief to the famishing crops Abso lutely no rain fell In the corn bolt ac cording to...

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 July 1901

K t I n Hi fi i i v tr v a Eft P 1 M i f n tp jr - - -A TheflorfolkNeras It it wamii so hot comity politick might begin to watm up 6 Glvnning in ml rT tho wheels of the family carriage would prove n til occupation If tho christian jK ople would organize camp meetings tlieir prayers for mln might be quickly and generously an swered Kujoy the WArm weather while yon can The time is not far distant when yon will U letting loose halr ralslng ex pletives alout the cold Tho temieratare at Duluth Friday watfl The north pole ha not been 9 beard from but it is probably too hot there for a stumer resort In Missouri they want a postage Mtmp with a rivet or tack fastener ac cording to the Globe Democrat They claim there is tot enough moisture to damjxn the ordinary gummed back kind The Chicago yonth who Favo the world in CO dajs probably took bnt a cursory tclance Those who endeavor to mm a town or county in a lifetime sometimes miss come of the choicest eight o The fnslon papers tnat praise he ...

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 July 1901

U T 4r 1 4 rf I NO POCKETS IN A SHROUD Oh jc who how tt Mammons thrinc Wlioo hearts with Rroii ate growing cold Who turn jour hacki on things divine And worship hut the god ol gold What will It profit you when death Iaj6 low the head so Mngl proud And rols the wasted form of hreatht There arc no poclcH In a shroud Your thoughts ly day jour dreams by nght Arc hut of gracplng golden gains Your guide Is hut the txacon light Of rlchts burning In our lraln You aft all nobler alms behind And struggle as a madding crowd To clutch the tlolUnt but youll find There arc no oikcti In a throud Yc usurers who grind the poor Hem nth a cold relentless heel Who owrMiadow many a door With cloud it mlwry and feel No r jmpalhy to see thern He llcncath the hand of sorrow cowed Rrmembir when jou come to die There are no pockets In a shroud What Is the profit to the man Whose life to Mammon has been given A bridge of gold tan never span The gulf bttween the earth and heavent What will It be to him to find...

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 July 1901

5 i f M i M U v I u n s h II j I I i tf 1 I J Fir i rv L v 1- In M1 Lli i 8 IIS ftf i r aftS - ML Norfolks September Enter tainment Given Impetus EXECUTIVE BOARD CHOSEN IlimtnrM Mm nnit Cltlfn rroto to In- tertnhilnn Miinnar Itrllltltig th Mb troinll f North Nnhrnhit Kliiitnrn ConiniKliin MuMlic ImreM Tho enthusiasm of Norfolk citizens for a fall entertainment wan again in ovidonco Inst evening when tho public mooting nt tho city hnll was culloil to order by Mnyor KoonigsUiln nd tho matter of ndvnnoliiK tho arrangements was taken hold of in a iniinnnr that augurs well for tho success of tho fti val Tho discussions and HnggerttiniiB were vigorous and timely and tho nonti mnnt was if posslblo nioro strongly in favor of nuoh an ontortalnniont than at tho previous meoting It Ih proposed to givo something oriRinal in tho way of a fall carnival which howover will includo old and popular sports and ainuHomouU in I In program and tho promoters boliovo that Hoveral days of ontortaiiimont wil...

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 July 1901

SATURDAY SIFTINGS II II Heibison wnb over horn Madi Ron tliis morning II S Daly was in- Norfolk from ONeill yesterday John Eberly was in Norfolk ovor night from Stanton N Ochsn was in Norfolk from tho county Bent yostefday II W Smita was n Norfolk visitor yesterday from llumphroy B W Woolverton wns in tho city ycbterday from Pierce on business M Lambert is building n fine bnru nt his home on West Norfolk avenue M Curbery of Warnervillo was trans acting bnsineBS iu Norfolk yesterday Miss Eva Darnell of Creighton wns in tho city today doing some trading 13 W Hayes of Indianapolis is visit ing bis parents Mr and Mrs S W Hayes Miss Josio Hagey will return this evening from Cedar Rapids for n vinit with her parents Misses Dnisy and Ina Martin of Atchi son Kansas are visiting their sister Mrs Frank Davenport and renewing old acquaintances T E Moolick of Grosso was in tho city yesterday on bnuiiesjAiul greeting old friends He is at present engaged in the hardware business Mrs Henry Seinmle...

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 July 1901

M it r t i i ft h kT l V l a i i r i i I I b I I I h 10 WEDNESDAY 1 O Miller was ovor WRINKLES from Way no yoslorduy G A Mullon of Omaha was in tho city ovor night Frank Thum of Coleridge was a Nor folk visitor yesterday Mrs 0 H Vail wont to Stanton yos tonlay to visit friends Mrs 1 L Knesol wan down from Hattlo Crock yostorday W 0 Campbell was a Norfolk visitor yestorday from Oroighton Justin McCarthy was a business vis itor yesterday from ONolU Miss Madge Kcllar wan a guest In Norfolk yostorday from WniiHA JudgoT 11 Harden nud his sou Kim ciuno hoino from Lincoln last night Miss Mamio Lund was in from Hattlo Crook yostorday doing wnnu trading A T Dunlovoy of Tildon is in Nor folk today on business and is calling on friends John Drngnr of Ponoa was visitiiiK in tho city today on his way homo from Columbus Miss 1onrl Hlloy of Omaha Is visltlnR wlth0Dr and Mrs Teal at tho hospital Miss Hlloy is Dr Teals aunt Too Horrisky jr wont to Ohoyonno Wyoming yostorday noon to accent a position...

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 July 1901

sf r i w lV O s 4- i Eyeache and Headache Eyestrain causes both Drugs relieve only temporar ily Pro perly adjusted glasses remove the cause and effect a permanent cure Satisfaction guaranteed Consultation free G p W PHQUAHDT OPTICIAN NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA PARISH Fresh o Celery Just Received PARISH T 4 I WE DO NOT I BELIEVE in carrying goods over from t one season to the other In J order to close out our en- tire line of SUMMER MIL- LINERY we will sell every- i thing at COST PRICE We have a few Street Hats left that we will close out X Regardless of Price Miss E J Bender I The Weather Oonditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum temperature 103 Minimum temperature GO Average 80 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for month G7 Barometer 2040 Forecast for Nebraska Generally fair tonight and Saturday Continued warm FRIDAY FACTS J W Hansom purchased W O Toli vere fine black driving horse Maud Kerkwell A tri state tennis tournament will be held in ...

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 July 1901

J o o li o jt z n wt 12 IBS 111 1 I Wilt Try to Reach Steel Cor poration Through Ilanna NO CHANGE IN STRIKE STATU3 Bhnffer Satisfied With Conditions at Wellsvlllc Siys He Is mjht Not withstanding Criticisms pf Other La bor Leaders llttsluirK Inly 21 Tho jicaro nitn rlon of M M inrlnml who wont to Now York In bohalf or tho ooimorvn tlvo clciiicnt In tho AtiiiilKiiimitiul nn social Ion Iiiih fulled Mr larlatnl wiih tinalU to Roiiiro from tho hUoI tnannfactiircni any tcrina on which a Rottloniont could ho roarhuil Thoy would not rccodo on Inch from tho al titude thoy havoo taUcn holding that tho workers loadora precipitated Iho fight and pcaco noBotlatlonn nro off At tho name tltno a nioro powerful In fluonco Ih liclni Bought to carry tho ollvo hranch to 1 1 MoiKiin loitoph llahop BiHtotary of tho Ohio iitato board of nrbltratlou In working aB inodhitor and plaiiH It In uiuloiHtood to reach llm comhlno pooplo UiioiikIi Senator Ilanna IruHldont Shaf fer of tho Amalgamated atiaorlntlon w...

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 — 2 August 1901

41 I 1 i vs 1M 1 k ifl TEE Ill Iffli IB Mother Son and Daughter Are I Hanged in Mississippi GOVERNOR ARRIVES TOO LATE Prisoners Accused of Assassination of Mr and Mrs Taliaferro Taken From Jail Strung Up to a Tree and Their Bodies Riddled With Bullets Cnrrollton Miss Aug 2 Tho brutal murder of Mr nml Mtr II T Taliaferro on tho flight of July 30 led last night to tho lynching of Bet Bio McCray her son Relfleld McCrny and daughter Ida McCray all colored Tho mob composed of about 500 whlto citizens of Carroll county who marched to tho Jail In order domnnded tho keys from Jailor Duko proceeded to the colls ofthe negroes bound them by tho neck and hands and carried thoin to the corporato limits of tho town whero they hanged them to a treo by tho public roadside and rid dled their bodies with bullets Tho mob resisted tho earnest appeals of Judge W F Stophcns and W H Hill who stood on the stops of tho jail and appealed to them In the name of law and order They oven followed th mob to tho c...

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 — 2 August 1901

hi II m in I h v t i - TheNonfolkHcuas A N llLi lmiifiir Kvnrj dny lcmlt nvitv irMiibllflHiMMI rxrriit s ny Ily cmior por tnk II nmi i i yen n tw wiiki loiniNAi zT Tim NrnnrHiililltlioil 1m Tho loiiriil i oMnhllthod IHii ltverr Hrliln II mnli tor enr liO Kntorod nt tho Iof tolllrn nt Norfolk Nnli no tcotut enn mnltor TlrjilionrM lMltorlnl llrimrtniMit No 22t Hmdiiois Ofllco mill Inn IIooiiik h 322 Republican Stnlo Convention Tho rtpnhllcniiMif ho- tntotif Nnbriulm nu lui rliy nllod to moot In rnrnrontloii nl tlm miillioriniii 111 llio nil in niiirinii uu iiii iw urn Wisltmnlnx AHiit 21 oclock In tho 1 in nonilli nltrrnooii lor llio luirtmpn 01 pinr inK ntlmi rnlidldiitim lor 111 fiilltiwiliiMillIrm to votd ur lit llin iot KMicrnl hold in tint Into of Nolirnikn i I lio iilnrllon to Im on Nuvomiior 1UJI I Olio JihIhh of llm mipromo tonrtt two rononU of tlm ntilvnrnlty of llm tnt of Nnlirnnkn mill for llmtrniiiiieUoo of niicli ntlmr Imimiiom hs my ronlirly ronio lipforn mild cniitotill...

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 — 2 August 1901

i i i I A A x i 4 II v Mia OB Bandits Hold Up Baltimore and Ohio Train in Indiana THIEVES OBTAIN NO PLUNDER Miss Express Car Because of Its Utv usual Position and Threaten to Kill Engineer for Their Mistake Posses Promptly Begin Pursuit Chicago Aug 1 Tho Now York kind Washington vcstlbulo limited train on tho Baltlmoro and Ohio rail road duo to arrive In Chicago at 9 oclock last night was hold up by flvo masked men near Grand Calumet Heights Intl A storage mall car mis taken by tho robbers for on express car was blown open with dynamite Tho men secured no plunder They es caped after firing Bovcral shots from their revolvers to Intlmldato tho pas sengers nnd train crow Tho place where tho robbery oc curred is a lonely district 31 miles out from Chicago where houses are far betweon Tho train was running at a high rato of speed as It passed Calumet Heights and Immediately after passing out of sight of the sta tion Engineer Collins saw directly In front of his engine a largo fire on whi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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