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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 19 April 1900

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Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 19 April 1900

X I I J I IS t 1 r i 1 X 1 A i 0 i f DELEGATKARENAHKD Republicans Choose Represent atives to the Convention CAUCUSES HELD LAST EVENING Dolcgiitlntift Nniiilimteit Without Opposl tlon In Kuril iWiinl lrlnmry lllerllon to Approve tlio Sfllrntloiin r tlio Guu rinon nro llulng Hold Till Altornotin toiimi SntnhlnyB DMIy Tho republican olectors of tho various wards mot iu caucus last ovening pursuant to cull to solect dolcgntos to roprosont them at tho ropublicnn couuty convention to bo hold in this city uoxt Suturdny nftoruooii Tho mcctiiigs woro hnrmonious nud uniiuinious ami strong dologatious wore aoloctcd from each ward Tho following nro tho results of tlio caucuses Tho uomiuoos of tho caucuses nro beiug submitted to tho approval of voters this nftoruoon in the various wards K1RST WAKI Tho caucus of tho First ward repub lican votors resulted in tho nomination of the following gontlomou to represent tho ward in tho county convention They aro being voted on at a primary eloctiou at tho...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 19 April 1900

FRIDAY FACTS H W Wolverton of Pierco wns i city visitor todny David Whitln wns in tlio city today from Bnttlo Creek Mrs Win Parkinson of Madison ifi a Norfolk visitor today 0 S Hayes nnulo n bufilnesB trip to Stanton lit noon today Gus WcbckI of Whiter wns n Sugar City visitor yesterdny Dr Scoggln lum eold his Shetland pony to a Ewlng John Konzol nnd O Mocker of Wtencr were city visitors yesterdny Dr W A Ivory of Wnyno iB in the city the guest of Dr 11 J Colo W 11 Bridge will Mnrt Boon on n buplnitis trip to Denver Colorado John Davenport 1b over from Sioux City visiting relntiveH nnd frioudB Mrp Julius Klrschbnuni itt reported us Ptill very low nt lier homo near Hudivr II 13 Meiisur nnd John S laHsrkowich wero city viBitors today from Winsldu Mrs Loomis wiu over from Warucr villu to attend the open meeting of the womans club A son was born yesterday to Mr and Mrs Nineman who llyo west of the sugar factory U II Hull in moving IiIb family from South Norfolk into tho roonm over Hayes1...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 19 April 1900

j i l i V I i 8 I 3 4 H l 1 l ft u If l It I I w t n ledge concerning the proposod block is expected in a short time and it can then be stated when work will commence Battle Creek Enterprise Thognnderp who last week closed a deal for the mill Bite and wator right will commonco work on a mill as soon as a deed for tho property is secured That Battle Greek will have n mill is now a settled fact and thero is a general rejoicing among business men and ciizcns The Sanders thoroughly understand their bnsintss and will put in n plant that will meet every demand modo upon it George Sprcchor accompanied his son P F Sprccherhomc from Schuyler Friday prepared to make a good long visit but yeBterkay a telegram was re ceived announcing tho death of his grandson Otis Dane and this morning in company with Mrs P F Sprecher ho returned to Schuyler Tho funoral will be held tomorrow afternoon and Postmaster Sprecher will go down in the morning Tho deceased waB a great favorite with his grandfather and...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 19 April 1900

h B Theoitfolk fleuas It Booms to lio ix niiKtitke to iniikii i lion until it hut hwui liifoovorni wlmt liin Hlitirnl inrlliuilloiis nmy n AcconlltiK to nil ropuiin tlio Hours havo not boon uuulo Horfu liy Uiiulnnil thoy sooni to ho ruuuirUiihly froo from nliacltlpfl Jlio Itoy iiolo of tloiuocnitio nhjoriiou lo ropnhllciin nioiiHuroM is to phico tlitilr oiindithito in llio tnoHtilniitnl olmlr tliiH full riKiinlUss of roiisocuiifot Tho followiiiK iyiim f Miohnnl AiikiIo is roMpott fully rtiroitoil to W 1 llrynn ami hit suppot tors 1 onttuho not hy lliiilliiir fiuill only hut hy urout inn fiouiothiuK hottor Wliiln tho Potto Uirnn iuostlon oIVoih a toinntiiiK nido trunk to ihunouriiuy on which to hwiik tho proMpmity train it in not likuly that thoy will huvo tho iihhIrU iuuO if tho yard moil in aucoinpliHliing thoir purpose Thorn nm now no Coxoy annios or froo noup houHus Tho unoinployod aro oinployod and ovoryhody who hiw tho ability ami want to to making waos Tho majority of tho poop...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 19 April 1900

n M r 1 ft 5 h I 8 I m o I N If 4 M Economical Shoes nro never chonp shoes Shoes liko Pingrco Smiths mens j womons and childrens and Drow Solhy Shoo Cos Indies shoos nro truly economical because they Will Outwear two pairs of chonp shoos nud aro not high priced nt that If you have never triod thorn i wo would ndviso you to do so Davenport Bros NORFOLK NEBR SIMPSONS CORNER OlHco Hanlys Coal Oflleo Fire insurance Farm aud City Loans nud Heal Estnto Two kodiI houses for rout J E SIMPSON 3R FJBt BUYING EYES Isnt an easy matter The best occculists and opticians are not magicians They cant restoro the sight to the blind Dont Wait Until You Cant See Well Its little things that count A little headache n few spots burning sensations these are the warnings that should be heeded Have your eyes prop- erly tested by C F W MARQUARDT GRADU TE OPTICIAN NORFOLK NEBRASKA Have You Seen the New Spring Styles of PHOTO MOUNTS AT MICHAELS Latest out First class work guaranteed Photo Buttons finest assortm...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 19 April 1900

l V i I 8 WOMEN CURED AT HOME THE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES AND REMEDIES For morn tlirm twenty Hn year Dr 1 New ton HntluiTMiy lias inndii a ipcclnlty of Female 1Ifc ims During tliit tlmo lin lius liiul among W IiIk patients over leu tlmiix ntul unineiistiifcrltig rum nil those in n n y dirtoienl coin plaints peculiar tntlitmctmd tins rntuilctcl mill xriun Ik ntly cured imito tlinii i per t rut ut Hid en mis tin litis treated II his nxrluMtn niethoil w lili li lie litis perfet led during tin Iwentj llM enrs if IiIh inoft iixtrnsUo practice liu Is enabled to cumuli of these dllTcictit dlscises Including iallinl profuse or suppressed luiiistriiiillnii prolapsus nil nwirlnn trouble liniitirM mul iilieintleii In furl iimtv form of llmso discuses which niolio n liiirileiuif lifo to tlm great majority of women Ho lias ko perfected tills system of lilHtliil lie can lreil lliesK enses liy iiintl without niry per sonal examination to wlili h every sensitive...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 April 1900

i w m V m M il i WEPENER IS I Brabant Brings Succor to Be leaguered Garrison B0EB3 SLIP THROUGH THE NET Hoberti Reports tho Ilureher Army Flut ing Northward Iloihof Itctnken From Methnen Southeast Free Btnto rtelleTort to Do Cleared of tho Federals London April 20 Tho war ofllco has ispuctl tho following from Lord IJoberts dated Bloanfontcin April 25 iho enemy retired from in front of Wepener last night and this morning fled northeastward along tho Lady hrand road Their number was bo tween 4000 and 5000 The reliof of Colonel Dalgoty was ao complishod by General Brabant A Bpociol dispatch from Pretoria dated Tuesday says that tho Boers havo reoccupied Boshof tho British ro tiring London April 20 The Times has tho following from n special corre spondent dated Mafetiug April 25 I rode from Jammersburg here skirting KMmumr wamtxii vKmnwjnraamt m WMMffl S WSV7AV MP - V i mflwlffiJWJftffs J A or v T I V 1 AA A rt i e s KM M rfVvi r UAJOn OENEItAL CHEHMSIDE Wepener and I met General Braban...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 April 1900

m j V 2 The flop f oik l4cus W N UUBK Publisher livery walk 15 coiit DAILY Kutnliltshod 1st 1 aiiToxcoia Simlnj Jfvrrior -Vilnius ViitalopQ ii ilntiuor llliilno lonui Jlox llutto Jlojd llroun llulTnlo Hurt Kuttor Cnm nj ninu Im j i WKKKtiY JKslMilUlin isM TTIh 10 11 ll 1 17 11 14 24 tuliir 11 Ciumii Olmrry 7 Chojonmi Clny 17 Colfax Cuming JO Cutor 1J JDiikotn 7 DllWOD Dnwson 13 Dtiuol 4 Dixon II Dodgp 20 Douglas Duiiily j Mltmirn 17 Krnnkllti Frontior 10 Vilnius II flngo 31 Onrllnlil l Cloopor Grunt - lrcoloy 4 Hall lliimlltou II lliirlnii Hujos 4 Hitchcock Holt It tlooknr 1 Howard H lolTnmon III It ia rnconimumloil ollllHIII KimitiD Kolth Knn Inlin Kltiiliall Knox liincnntor lilncolu Logan Ulllll Mcriiornou MmiIIhoii Mnri Ick Total oil no iiroxlos bu por Ifrory Tlmrnlmgly mall por enr U0 Ktiterod nt tlm IVwtollIro nt Norfolk Nob as tocom class matter Totnplionn No 22 llr piililUiui Hlitto Oniixniitloii Tho ropuMtrnii nlorlorijof tlm potornl rmttij iloYof 0 o Miito of Nnbrimkn nro l...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 April 1900

8 i I P ft K if I Iff 4 if i y ye HTSPQaODNGBRSS Convention Selects a Norfolk Citizen BREAK ON FIFTH BALLOT Mr Hays Accepts With a Characteristic Speech NATIONAL DELEGATES OHOSEN Souutor Thurston HcniioiiiIh to DoiiiiiikIh mid AddroSHOH tho Conontlnn Tlio SoHhtuu Coiiilucteil With Kvery IHlriuitco of Good Fooling liotwoon Faction from Woilneeilnrs Daily Tho opublicnu convention of tho Third congressional district which is in session this nf tcruoon ut tho Auditorium is aud has bcou the occasion of moro political interest than nuy meeting which has been held in Norfolk for several years and in spito of tho showers there wore nu unusual number of applicants for ndmissiou to tho building on tho part of Norfolk people quito a number of whom wero ladies Tho delegates candidates and their friends commenced to arrive as early as Monday and during yesterday thoy cmno in crowds on almost every train By evening tho delegations were largely present but some failed to arrive until this morning ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 April 1900

u i lit i i in I 1 1 4 i i I In ft I1 FRIDAY FACTS H W Abts wna in Norfolk yesterday from Columbus Jasper Huffman wns in tho city jpr twlny from York Mr and Mrs SnnnderBwero np from Stanton yesterday II K Fleming was n city visitor yes terday from Wrtync Mrs A B Shurtloff of Omaha is vis iting Norfolk frlomlB L B Mnttcson wob n city visitor yew tonlny from Osmond Mm Hiuw nml Mrs Hall of Piorco woro In tho city yesterday I Assessor Herman Gorecko was ovor to Madison yesterday on business Engineer W H Lowo went to Crook on business Inst evening It H Schnuider tho Fremont Battle olan was a city visitor yestonlny Agont F W luuoninn returned this morning from his visit to Omnlin Gny R Willinr nml F A Dearborn cnnio in from Wayno tills morning II P Shnmwiiy of Wnkeflold was n city visitor yosterdny on political busi ness Mr nml Mrs 0 HRoynoldH will go to Omnlin tomorrow to boo Irving and Terry A N Hdily of South Norfolk 1uh movoil his hack barn to n locntion on tlio fit root Hov S F Slinr...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 April 1900

i v J if 4 4 TUESDAY TOPICS Ohns Rico mndo n business visit Piorco today G T Kelly was n viBitor yesterday from Plainview Judge 1 Mackoy was in the city yesterday from Stanton Mrs Wntidel is in Niobrara in her capacity of trained nnrso J H Stewart vraa n Norfolk visitor yestcrdoy from Osmond Misses Hughes Carter nnd 13enser of Winside wore Norfolk visitors over Sun day E P Weatherby has gouo to Creigh ton to hear tcstlmouy in a bankruptcy case Rev 1 P Mueller of Chribt Luther an church went to Clearwater yesterday to attoud a couforouco Tho BO ool of MIbs Nina Walker will floso this wcok for its long vacation and Miss Walker will return to her homo Miss Irono Doxter aud herschoohunto Miss Little departed today for Omaha to resumo their studies at Browuell hall Rev C Gutkuect of Wayne passed through the city yesterday on his way to Wiuside to attend the conference of Lutheran ministers W B Fisoher tho now hardware man ha recolved two carloads of goods and fixtures and tho same are be...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 April 1900

p 11 1 t The flotff oik rlecus Tho WorliMIornliUs jnst now tlovot 1K inoronttiiitlon to lopubllcnti poll tics tlinu it Ib to tlint of tliu fuMou btnnd Tho Omnlin pollco lmvo iniulo ii mill on tho opium illvti of that city iintl tnUon in n lot of inilivltlimlfl who wuro KuiHy of hittiiiK tho nlpo Tho roiiKrossiuntt who will miiutcimIo Mr Hohinson of tho fusion trust has Ihoii named and it now hut roinains to inaUoa faot of a practical certainty Alatlhow Stanley xHiay is now entitled to tako his sent in the circle of past patriots with Clark and Kohtutfl Tho oholo will hood he of sulllcient import nnco to allow of tho oiKiuiiUion of an association Tho Dally Nowh vonturos to hurkosI ii presidential ticket comprlsliiR thoM eminent western statesmen Clark of Montana and Kohorts of Utah Any old plaeo to sit would do for a platform Omaha Daily Nowh Tho railroads will Hpond 150000000 iu improvements and extensions this year iv larRo porcontaRO of tho huiu rouir to labor Thin is an unheard o...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 April 1900

Economical loes faro uovor cheap shoes Shoos i llkoPingrco Smiths mens j womons and ohlldrcua aud Drow Solby Shoo Cos lndios shoos aro truly economical J becauso thoy Will Outwear two pairs of cheap shoos and aro not high priced at that If you havo never1 tried them 3 wo would adviso you to do so Davenport 1 Bros NORFOLK NEBR SIMPSONS CORNER Offloo Hardra Coal Offlco Fire insurance Farm and City Loans and Real Estate Two Rood liousos for rout J B SIMPSON WHAT IS HOME Without a Clock Pretty slow somotimes and likely to bo behind time With the assortment we carry for you to select from and at prices so low every homo should be pro vided with a Clock Remember we have a repairing department unexcelled for fine Watches Clocks and Jewelry at prices reasonable G F W MARQUARDT Jeweler and Optician fy t NORFOLK - NEBRASKA MICHAELS STUDIO w Have you been to Michaels studio MUWU 11 UU9 UDUU 1UULICU uuu luipiuvuu in every way We claim and can prove that we have the handsomest and best systeniiz...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 April 1900

8 WOMEN CURED AT HOME THE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES AND REMEDIES lormoro tlmn yr nrs Dr J Nnw nn llutlmwny lino ninth n FclAlty nf Ipinnlo DlfonUR During lint tlmo ho lins hnd mining THE GBTlftT his patients mnr en tlimm ntnl women Mulcting from all tliotn inn ii y illltorent ciini ilnltitHicoiilliir to IIiom mill 1ms completely ami petinii iiciilly cured iiiuru than M per rent nf tliu casus tiu lias treated lly hi a txrlitMvn metliod vlilcli helms perfected during tlio tuentyllvn ears of Ills inot pxtoiislvo praetloc liu Is unatileil hi ctirn nil of tlicv dllTerenl iIImmm s llirlutllng painful profiiMMir Mtiiressid nieiistriiiillnii prnlnpMi nllmnrlnn trouble tumors and ulceration In fact overv form of tlioso dlseaes which inulio u burden of lifo to tho grciit nmjorlty of women Ho lias so crfoctel this system of his that ho can treat IIicm eavos hy mall without ntry per wonat aiuluatlon to which mcry seiisltlvo woman naturally objects and without ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 April 1900

8 WOMEN CURED AT HOME THE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES AND REMEDIES For more- than tnrntyflto yrnrs Dr 1 Now ton Itnlhnwny Itts innilo n Fpoclnlty nf Feinalo Dlswij ot During Hint Hum lio linn hnd mming his patient over en tlicHiR ntnl women Miilrrlng from nil I how in n it y different com plaints peculiar n tlio sex ami hit niiiiilclly nml pcrnm in tilly cured motu tlmn mi pot cent of llio casus ho lii treated liy li I s pxrhnlvn method lilcli lin tins perfected during Hid twenty five enrs of Ills mot cxtenslro practice Iiu Is enabled to curn nil of tliewj dlllerelit dUoiives Including painful iroMMir suppressed iiiitistriiiitlon prolnpsii nil inarlnn trouble tumors nml ulceration In fact mervformof those diseases which make 11 Ininlcn of llfo to Hid great majority of women Ho lias mi ierftcted tills Rjstcin of Ills that ho can treat theso oaves liy mall without ntry iter wonil examination to which mery sensitive woman natiirnlly objects nml without ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 3 May 1900

s i V s I The Norfolk Weekly News 1ITR1CIIJS NAMED Nebraska Republicans Nomi nate Him for Governor TEW CONTESTS FOR OFFICES All the Nomination but Two Arc Marie by Acclnnintlun lloth TliurUon nnd Itoneiratsr Otioimi Delegate to Ililln delilila The Platform ForGovcrnor CllAltlKS H Dibtmcii For Lieutenant Governor B P Bavaob For Secretary of Statu Geouok WMAnsn For Treasurer Wllll AM Bthukkbii For Auditor Ciuiukb Weston For Attorney General Fiianr N PnouT For Iand ComtnlHHlonorOGoitnKD Foimkii For Bnpt of Iuullo liiHtrnotlonAv K Fowl Eli Dclegatea at Large Alternate at Iaro Preclurntlal Eleotors KnwAiiit RtwrwATKn John M TnuiuvroN John h McCi av John A Biuiaiidt Nonius Buown M R HNononAM H OBAIIH CHAItLKH Kaiey r John F Nksiutt K a WlNDOM KnwAiin Hoyhe R L llAOiir B P DAVmsoN Jacob L Jacomov John L Kknncdy John J Lanoeii Lincoln May 8 Everybody was vindicated yesterday in the Republican fetate convention With two exceptions the state ticket was nominated by accla mation The contest ov...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 3 May 1900

i j rf t The Norfolk Weekly News DlETRICnJS NAMED Nebraska Republicans Nomi nate Him for Governor TEW CONTESTS FOR 0FFI0E8 All the Notnlnntlnns but Tiro Arc Made by Acolninntluti tiuth Thurston nnd Itosewater Olusn Delruntcs to llilln rielphln Tlio llatforni For Governor Cuaimks 11 Diktmcii Kor Lieutenant Governor E 1 Savaob For Secretary of Stuto Geoiiok W Unsit For Tri amirer WnilAM Bthukkkii For Auditor CiiAiiitcB Weston For Attorney General FnANK N Thout For Ijiu1 ComminHlnprUKiitiED FoiMPlt For Bnpt of Public liiHtrnotionW KFowlrll f GnwAiin UosBWATKn Dclegatm at Large Alternate at Larrfo Presidential Eleotors Joiin M THU118T0N John H McClay John A Eiiiiaiidt Nonius BnowN J M It HNODOnAFS ill O Baiiii I Charles Kaiet joiin F mtsniTT u vviNnow KnwAitn Hoyhe R Li UAQltK 8 P DaVidsoh JACOB 1 JACOBSON John L KBNNtfnv John J IjANoeh Lincoln Mny 8 Everybody was vindicated ycHterday in tlio Republican btate convention With two exceptions tho state ticket was nominated by accla mation ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 3 May 1900

l2 r BHAHMA 1 m the mole In the mintcimi ntnl t am th Imrnltiii mm HmI herd I wliltpcr tlio itnim I cult lo llio orb Hull oni I in tlip ltnh of tlio inornlii inl 1 m tlic rirnlnit tirecjoi I m tlic lrl low tnminiir Ilic cll of tlic I im tlio lift flip fouler flip Ilril unil IU Mini try iTIic mirror the form rcllerlnl the ooiiml tul It nho I The lovers Anlonnto ilrilltiR the mlilrn whUprml frnr Tlic warrior flip Mnilo tint uniltc him III rr lunrt uning four I m Intoxication rnpo vIiip preiw nml imil ninl wine iTh punt the hot tho Utrrn flip gohlrt ol rrjotnl lino 1 nm the hrcnlli of the fliitp I m the wlml ol limn Ooldd fjlltir r ho Unlit of the ilUinoiul anil tho koa prirln luatcr wan jTlie rov hrr poet iIrIi1Iiik1p the aonffn from lila throat that rlno Flint fark the taper tho moth that ahonl It fllra II am lioth rooiI and evil the ileeil ami the ilppila Intent iTcmplatlon lctlm Inner crime panlnn pun ttimient ll nm what tru la will lie creations mu enl ami fall Thc link the chain ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 3 May 1900

I 7 t r I k A TRAMPJND HIS PAL THE TRAIL THAT ONE MADE TO GUIDE THE OTHER K Until led Ariprlltr 11111 After 111 Term In lull Vim llone to Uihti 1 limly 1oIIimv II In Inrlncr From Cincinnati to IloiiHtoit Wo hnvc a uootl tunny trumps up In our part of the country wild a sujmr plnnkr nml Ive made something of a study of tliilr peculiarities The old Idea that tlicy carve marks and signs on fences that can be read by all other members of the fraternity Is pure non sense of course but I have known sev eral Instances In which one tramp would leave a- trail so to speak for the guidance of a partner who might not put In an appearance for months The llrst case of that kind 1 ever encountered was rather amusing 1 twas riding one spring day down a road that passes through my place when I noticed a typical hobo Indus triously carving a sort of hieroglyphic on a big post standing near the fence Tho mark consisted of a square and triangle Bide by side and he was Just putting on the llnishlug touc...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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