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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 2 August 1901

i I I I ll Ki -- fci I One Killed ami Ccorc Injured Near Kremlin O T DEFECTIVE RAIL DITCHES CARS HhFntecl Rock Ulnnd Train Crowded With Men and Women Departing I From El Reno Victims From Ne braska Iowa and Kansas Kremlin O T July 31 The north tiotiml Buck IhIiiiiiI passenger train No 2 which loft 121 Reno nt 7 p in threo liciurn liitf crowded with departing hoincHcckois wan wrecked whllo koIiik nt full Bpeed two iiiIIch Bouth of horo nt I -I T p in yesterday C I- MeLnln or Enid O T was killed ami 21 other passengers received enlH ntiil brulHUH It Is lielleved tlmt nono wiih fntnlly hurt Tho inoHt seriously Injured were 1 J Schmidt Kiuibiih City who wn rut Imdly on the face mid lunula W 11 Kulsoy Medford O T eut0 on henil fneo nnilJiunilH James Taylor Jnmos port Mo Hevere cuts on chest nnd o head 0 II Sholuiid Victor Colo arm broken D 13 Snlghninn Joplln se verely cut nnd Injured Intornally K Itiiiih North Topekn thigh Jninnied head hrulHcd hoiIouh and A N Smith Mllo Iiu hnek nnd wr...

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 — 2 August 1901

r - r MS 1 1 S i Both Sides Hopeful of Ending Steel Strike MEETS AT PITTSBURG TODAY Executive Committee of the Amalga mated Association Will Consider Proposition of United States Steel Corporation for Settlement Pittsburg July 30 Tho following terms of settlement of tho strlko como from an nuthorltntlvo source and can bo relied upon as tho outcome of tho meeting of tho conferees Tho Amalgamated association Is to drop Its contention for tho signing of a scale for nil mills nil mills nro to bo open mills In tho fullest sonso of tho term tho company Is to havo tho right to placo a nonunion man In any plant and keep him thera in ad dition to tho plants covered by tho expired scale It is to be signed by tho following W Do Wees Wood of Mc Keesport Painter Lindsay and Mc Cutchoon and Clark mills of Pittsburg nnd Monossen plant of tho American Steel Hoop company The question of making tho Wells vlllo Bhcet plnnt and the Monossen tin plato plant directly covered by tho Bcale is to bo settled...

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 — 2 August 1901

I r The Norfolk Netus Tho next holtilny will lo the Aral Monday In September which Is Lnlxir day An cxchnugo thinks lliu lints worn by horses nro entitled to bo culled plug lints whether they nro or not It In likely thnt one of tho expensive luxuries of tuxt winter will bo hot corn brenil and soruhnm molasses Tho hot weather though nnconifort nblo linn been qnlto healthy very little serious sickness being reported In Nor folk mid vicinity Ktnnd up for Norfolk unil Ncbrnskn Tho people of Slonx City in thes days of prosperity iindpnrboiled wenthor are experiencing dllllcnlty in getting girls to do tho housework it wages rniiRlui from 1 oO to fft per week Wnter consumers are pnyinK tho same roles thnt they did boforo tho water works wero owned by Jho city How liuioh chenfr will electric Unlit be when tho city owns a lighting plant A innu named Alliert Znhrupchy drowned in tho Missouri river ot Oninho Wednesday afternoon Ho endeavored to perjorm tho feat of carrying IiIh nnnie from the ...

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 — 2 August 1901

fc t V y t -- c THE OPEN HEART Would you unJfrstiitit Tlic lnpmgc with no word Tbr cch of lrooV and titd Of witu aloriK the wmlf Would you make your own The mtatiiiiR of the It auii The fotiR Hit sllrnrc wravc Wht re little wlnili inidc nioinf Would you know how twert The UlllriR of the rill The tslllnir on the hill All tunta the da a repeat f wwmm V Neither alma nor art No toll ran help you hearj The feciet 1 the ear la In the open hnrt John Vamc Cheney In Century I nn iinnniir X 1 niuuw BY JAMES rEMHERTONORUXD When tlio Franco Prussian war broke out In 1S70 my father was n major general In command of a cavalry brigade In Westphalia and I a student at Honn I was barely 17 hut deter mined to take part In the campaign and sent n telegram to him asking his permission to goreeelvlug In reply the words Of course Messing Father In 2 1 hours I had been accepted by the colonel of a hussar regiment as a gen tletnan cadet or avantageur and after taking part In an action or two was commission...

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 — 2 August 1901

1 li J I MS JUKI II WM Norfolk Team Too Swift the Humphrey Boys for PRETTY ONE FOR FOUR INNINGS In tho Finhtho Visitors Collapsed and the Homo Team ScVurod Eleven Scoros The Final Result Was Nine teen to One Vrom Moiiilnj bully Tlio huso bull game nt ho now park ywrtordny afternoon was well patronized mid wni fur moro Interesting to the Norfolk peoplo who attended than tlio one of a week iiko Those who were anxious to see tlio Norfolk team win hnd mi ubumlaiioo of satisfaction but those wanting to noo a oloHoly contested exhibit Inn were Homowhat disappointed nt tlio final result Up to tlio fifth inning the game was uh iiibmwttiiK iw ould bo desired but one Hooro having licoti inndo In tlio four Inning It was early evident thnt Manager Winder hnd curried out his promise of Htrongt honing i ho home teuin and tlio results showed thnt ho bad nmdo It altogether too strong for the visitors who woro on tlio vemo of n commute shut out but woro wived from that fnto by tlio dotornilnn Hon of...

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 — 2 August 1901

v f X SATURDAY SIFTINGS Mrs Win Queen hns gone to Wiener to visit friends T S Howies of Randolph xns n city visitor yestirday Mies Minnie- Reaves of Mnrtison was in Norfolk yesttrdny Mrs P A Long wns in tho city yes terdny from Mndison Mrs Si Eden of Verdigro wns i Nor folk visitor yesttidny Mrs John Elliott wns n city visitor yesterdny from Madison M O VouRnhdou wns down from Crcighton this morning Mrs J P Mueller returned nt noon from her trip to Oiumdn A L Hnrris of Genoa trnnsnetid biiR iuebs in tho city yesterdny S J G Irving and family of Creigh ton wero iu tho city over night o Miss Minnie Hurley of ONeill is n guest nt tho homo of Jos Horrisky Mr nnd Mrs Geo A Brooks of Ha zilo Mills were Norfolk visitors todny D M Owen left yesterdny for Colorado Springs wherpho will enjoy nu outiug nnd rest K Mrs 0 It Ellerloft nt noon for Lin coln nfter n visit of several weeks with her parents in this city Mr nnd Mrs G B SnlUr returned Inst evening from their extended trip through Cnunda...

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 — 2 August 1901

i I i r i i n i i i i M u is M i 1 I I ll i M 10 f - n a irttiii II 8cotlll lunon n Him r D Ill Ilnlmon III Antlos ct DiwIk ih Ailniim O PlilllpnSir lolil rt Toliitt rnny2b lortcr pk Iluolmnr c Ioiipp of OlmmSti lutorrmi WrlHht Hi Hammond rf Hnmloboii If All I I 4 4 4 4 4 4 t 1 V Norfolk Defeats Stanton Eight to Four It n sr NOItlOIiK All It 4 1 1 0 ll 0 4 2 4 1 I 1 4 2 4 0 4 1 ll i i o II 1 I 1 1 J 1 1 a i Toliila MS 11 Stanton 0 0 0 0 t Norfolk 0 0 0 0 1 Throo huso hits loues o it o t Two baso hits Davy Olson H r r l n 12 0 1 by TEAMS ARE EVENLY MATCHED Four Innings Without A Score Stan ton Plnys a Good Gnmo But Finds Its Match in Norfolk Junior Lea ders Dont Create Much Excitement Vrnm ThurmU k Dully A largo crowd of people wltnosiod n very interesting game of hull yesterday afternoon when tho Norfolk nnd the Stuiitou ttunis tried for honors it tho homo ball park Tlio tenuis wore very evenly matched ntul tiuttur khiiu orrori on tho purl of tho Stanton teum the Kivnio would lmvo I...

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 — 2 August 1901

1 t Y K v n II 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 PRQUfllpT OPTICIAN NORFOLK - NEBRASKA PARISH Fresh Celery Just Received iPARISH Tliu Vitttiur Conditions of the weather us recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 u in to day Maximum temperature 101 Minimum temperature OS Average M Precipitation t0 Total precipitation for month 07 Barometer 2050 Forecast for Nebraska Generally fair tonight and Saturday Cooler to night FRIDAY FACTS The dust is now being moved south so that it may be returned by the next wind from that direction Dr Sisson says that Bishop McCabo who was due for a date at Lyons nixt week has been compelled to postpone his visit until the 21st A party of young ladies in honor of Miss Alma Koch of West Point who is visiting at the homo of Carl Asmus en joyed the coolness of Tafts grove and n bath in the Ifrkhom yeste...

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 — 2 August 1901

fl 12 IT STAGGERED THEM Kniilnrrn lit n 1ritnrimMii Strro Wrrr Dnrnl li M0 mil There Mas one division of one of the largest department stores along Mix t li j menue dial suspended business for half tin hour one day last week A woman bought some handkerchiefs mtd a pair of towels The clerk footed her bill 111 cents and the woman laid n papcrblll on the counter The eierk a girl looked at II hastily It read 1001 She had never seen a thousand dollar bill before In her life j nnd the amazement It caused tuiiile her speechless With her mouth open in wonder she made out the cheek show lug that IP cents was to be taken out of lK0 The girl who acts as cashier fell back In her chair when she saw the bill She didnt have change for II nnd after galug at It In wondering ad miration for a moment she rushed out to llnd the manager He asked for the customer who had otTered It and the girl led the way to where the woman was waiting The clerk had recovered from her surprise enough to ivolnt out the c...

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 — 9 August 1901

I IV V The Norfolk Weekly News Journal 1IIIilIlS Strikers Claim That Only a I Few Men Arc Working1 MANAGERS OF COMBINE ELATED Express Satisfaction at Progress Made President Shaffer and Samuel Gonv pers of Federation of Labor In Corv 1 ference More Talk of a Settlement nttsburB Aug 9 Tho contending tildes In tliu stool strike tiro contorlng tholr energies lor a show or strength on tho day tlmt tho general Htrlko or der becomes effective Tho United States Steel corporation Is reopening mills closed by the llrst strike call to show Its Independence or unionism nnd gathering strength wherever It may to lighten tho effect of the gen eral strike order and the Amalgamated association Is bending Its energies to tho extension of its membership and to obtain the support and cooperation of the American Federation of Labor Tho general strike older becomes ef fective on Saturday night and tho claims put forth on either side ns to the results that will accruo from it nro widely at variance Olllc...

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 — 9 August 1901

V 2 The Norfolk 4eLUs V N HUSK ltibllnhtir IHIIV IrUUiiliilit IW KTr lny mcI 1 S T Hy carrier iff tw li cmiti Hy ru wiiki mhi joJhnai S ThNortrMAblMnllVM The Jotirt fl lnlilllied ln Ktory Friday Ily mM I or ipnrtlW Knlfitfld it iIib Iottnfllco nt Norfolk Neb nn coml clnn nmltfr TliIiotit Iloi lluttr Hod Hniwn VMiixrlnl Driinttmrul No 22 IloMtirM Olllce nuil Jol I Adatnt - Antelopo it Manner A lllnliio lloono It Ilnllnlo 10 Hurt 50 llutlrr 1C Vntt 10 Vlar U Chafe Clicrry n Cheyenne Clay M OlllRX II Cum I UK li Ciutcr n Dakota Da Dnfon 1 Iwiip1 i Dixon II Dorice DoUKlnr 1U Dniuly I Kilnioro 20 Franklin II Fronllur 10 Kurnnt 14 nr t nrulil I Goior fl Irani 2 Ireeley 0 mmm - om Nn S2J Republican Stnto Convention Tlierrnnblleatnof the tntoof NlrnW are 1p rnltftl to mrct in contention at tho midltorlnm In the city Wiicoii WrdiifMlay AnsoHi1 1WI at 2 oclock In tho afternoon for tlm imriMimiif idacltiR In tmmlii niton candidate for Hip follow m olllrn to bo tot il for nt tha nail Kcneral rl...

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 — 9 August 1901

n Kl 1 I III Defection of Herriotts Forces Adds to His Chances BREAK IN THE NINTH DISTRICT Des Moines Candidate Gains Fifty elx Votes Field Is Working Hard and Declare That His Claims of j Victory are Premature Cedar Rapids In Aug 7 The com bination against Cummins was broken last night by a largo number of tho llerrlott delegates who abandoned their man and went over to tho Des Moines candidate Tho counties In the movement are Adair Audubon Cass Montgomery Sholby and Pottawattamie Thoy will bring to Cummins an Increase of 5G votes on the first ballot and 75 on the Ecconil When the conference mot a number of them announced that tho arrange ment entered Into Monday with tho Btcorlng committee was not agreeable to them and that they did not like the looks of things Thoy wanted Horrlott to agree to a combination with Cummins men but he preferred to run his own campaign Tho delegates then announced that thoy Intended to come out for Cummins Looks Like Cummins Tho defection of Herriotts ...

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 — 9 August 1901

J k -4 II H 1 i Polk County Candidate Wins at Cedar Rapids HERRIOTT GETS SECOND PLACE 8 M Weaver of Hardin Named or Su preme Court Judge The Platform Pledges Re Election of Senators AIM son and Dolllver Proceedings Ccdnr Rapids Aug S Cummins nwopt the board nt tho Republican Btnte convention yesterdny Ho und his followers took cvsrythlng that they wont for and from the first tup of the gavel to the putting out of tho lights there was no time when they did not have the situation well In hand They had n hard tight before the com mittee on credentials In the effort to rave tho delegations of Jackson and Carroll counties and came from tho committee room beaten men They ex pected to have six out of 11 members of the committee but In the morning caucuses they fell one Bhort of thnt number and the vote In the commit tee went against them In both cases by n voto of 5 to G This defeat was of no particular consequence however VX - ill A B CUMMINS ns they had strength on the floor of tho conve...

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 — 9 August 1901

f i IBB President Shaffer Withholds Is suance of Formal Order NO CONTRACTS ARE VIOLATED Gives Steel Companies Fair Warning and Places Them In Position to Re new Arbitration Nonunlonlsts Get to Hyde Park Safely Pittsburg Aug C Just a faint glim mer of hope that the great steel work ers strike will bo settleil was embod ied lu a statement given out by Presi dent Shaffer of tuo Amalgamated asso ciation last night When asked If ho would pursue tho samo policy In or dering a strike In tho mills of the Fed eral Steel tho National Steel and tho National Tubo companies as ho did In calling out tho men In tho mills of tho Amorlcan Tin Plato compnny ho replied If It had not been for this determination on my part tho general strike would havo been ordered on Saturday night Before calling out tho tin workers and after falling to get any satisfac tion from tho officials of tho American Sheet and tho American Hoop com panies President Shnffcr sent a telegram to Vice President Warner Arms of tho A...

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 — 9 August 1901

J i ft- 0 r ThcNonfolkHes The paramount lsut to tho Nebraska fuslonlsts nt the pn vnt timo npn ar to be 1 Clem Dfim r An octopus is well npronted year by the fanner with tho crop ran brine nil othor octopuses to terms A strike in n luxury thot ennnot Ixs afforded in days of hord times and de pression and but few core to enjoy one In days of prosperity Norfolk will bloom with hospitality I nnd good times during her Harvest Homo Festival No person In North Nebraska can alTord to not participate The Mislsippl mob that hanged two negro women who had been charged with n crime is undoubtedly brutal enough to tar and fen titer or horsewhip n baby The calamity waller in Nebraska is again in the minority The people are not even worrving about tho downfall of the republio and the erection of an empire t Tho free and unlimited coinage of words should stop Fifty years ago there were but 7000 words in the Eng lish language beginniug with tho letter A uow there are 00000 Tho prohibitionists will ...

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 — 9 August 1901

T Vr y F II Bill CM arelic of the medical methods My OF A CENTURY AGO The Ilnrlinronn Irnctlcc of pliiK SuiTerlnir Stilt Ilm In Adherent The Operation n Somewhat Delicate One Ono liunilrotl years ngo tlio sovereign balm for every 111 from fainting to fo iver was bleeding The wonder Is tlint a iiutnan race was left to niimit tlio folly of the practice It was the cor rect method of the day recommended nnd employed by the best physicians of the time The surgeon who attended George Washington In his Inst Illness first set about bleeding his august pa tient The story Is that he took several cups of blood from the vigorous arm of Washington nnd then diagnosed the cnse Wnsblngton died Some say thnt if he had not been bled he proonbly would have lived The cry comes But thnt was a con itury ngo In slinrp contrast stands the wonderful ndvnnees made by modern surgery Thankfully It may be paid that such Is the truth But sometimes customs die hard and today the doc trine of cupping has devotees ...

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 — 9 August 1901

J tt A u i i I V BU li a 1 MOST 1 511 Norfolk Team Too Swift for the Humphrey Boys PRETTY ONE FOR FOUR INNINGS hi tho Fifth tho Visitors Collapsed nnd the Homo Tonni Secured Eleven Scores Tho Final Result Was Nino teen to One 1roin Mniiiln Dullyt Tint base ball gnmo nt tho now pink yesterday afternoon wnswoll patronized anil wn fur moro Interesting to tho Norfolk peoplo who nttondod thnu tho ono of n week ugo TIioho who wero anxious to sou tho Norfolk tonm win hnd nu ubunilauco of satisfaction hut those wanting to sou n olosoly eontostcil oxhlbltion woro somewhat disappointed nt tho lliml rcHiilt Up to tho llfth inning tho game was as lntoroHtliiK ns could bo desired but ono scoro hnviiiR been nindo In tho four innings It wnR early ovldont that Manager Winder hnd curried out his promiso of strengthening tho homo tonm and tho roHiillH Miowod that ho had niado It nltOKOthor too strong for tho visitors who woro on tho vergo of u complete shut out but woro saved from that fnto by tho do...

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 — 9 August 1901

W m r II A H SATURDAY SIFTINGS Woods Couos was down from Plerco todny Tho rniufnll up to noou todny wns 55 of nn inch Ed Johnson returned to Ohlcngo on tho noon trniu J T Davis wns a city visitor ycstcr dny from Ohndrou John Stephous of Stanton wns n Nor folk visitor yesterdny Judgo Bnrnes returned nt noon from n business trip to Omnha W II Bridgo returned Inst night ft oui a busiuets trip to Omahn A pnrty of young people- enjoyed a hay rack party Inst evening Buffalo Bills Wild West show is to exhibit in Sioux City Monday Miss Agnes Pierro will go to Wisncr tomorrow for a visit with her parents Superintendent 0 II Itoyuolds loft this morning to join Mrs Beyuolds at Spirit Lake Iowa Misses Rose and Lillio Fox who havo been visiting for some time in Creightou returned yesterday Tho Utter Colo Durlaud Bridgo aud Boas families enjoyed a swimming party Inst evening at Tnfts grovo John Bucholz who has been tho guest of his son Anton Bucholz returned to his homo iu Colfnx county this morn...

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 — 9 August 1901

J l i W t I i U Li 10 i OF 1 1 Department Given Some Practice 1 Good NO LAHGE DAMAGE WAS DONE DniR Storo of A H Kiosnu Thront oncri -Lamp Explodes In Onicc and Washington School House Is Scorchod Irom WiMiirtdn Dnly Norfolk in again Impressed by tho bu porstltlon that Ires nhvayn coiuo in throes Tlio Tlmos Trlliuno olllco started It last ovoiilng Minn KIomuih drug storo caught tho cuo in tho night nnd tho Washington school building ut tho Junction completed tho trio nt noon today Of thoso bluzos tho KIohiiu tiro woh tho biggest At 11110 Inst night somoono saw tlnincH hohind tho drug storo nnd cried Flro which brought OIHoor Knno to thoscoiio nt otico Ho found boxoR nnd pnppr piled against tho back door of tho storo and nil iu lluuios Had Hulllolout help boon nt hand nt that tlnio nil dam ago could hnvo boon nvortod but tho of forts of tho ollloer slnglo handed woro of no avail nnd tho tiro broke through iuto tho wnll pnper room In tho meantime tho nlarm lnul boon turned iu nnd when ...

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 — 9 August 1901

r Tired Eyes Sensations exist for our guidance They are Natures warnings Over worked 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 C p W PRQUAKDT OPTICIAN NORFOLK NEBRASKA PARISH Fresh Celery Just Received PARISH The Wuatlier Oouditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum temperature 82 Minimum temperature 02 Average 72 Precipitation 05 Total precipitation for month -00 Barometer 2910 Forecast for Nebraska Fair tonight and Saturday slightly cooler tonight FRIDAY FACTS The Norfolk team will go to Humph rey Sunday to play a game of ball Wayne beat Stanton in a game of ball at the former place yesterday The score was 7 to 4 The manager of the Wayne ball team was here today to arrauge for some games for next week A refreshing shower of rain fell dur ing last night that was beneficial at least in laying the dus...

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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