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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 October 1901

in TIIK NORFOLK NKAVS : FRIDAY. OCTOIWR 'I. 1JI01. WEDNESDAY WHINKLES. Goo. A. Brooka was In the city today from Bn/ilo Mills. Oly < lo Hammond IH iuinin from Omuha niul on the sick list. T. B. Knil of Hurliin , Iowa , IH in thu city greeting nld tinio friomU. Kdttor W. 1' . KVIIIIR of the Meadow Qrovn Press was In the city today. Miss Klwnor Cofoon returned to her liomo In Coiinoll Bluffs , lowu , yester day. day.Mm. Mm. II. II. Mohl unil Miss Kthol Ohllvorsof Plorco uro Norfolk visitors today. lr. 1' . II. Suitor wont lo Klgin today to operate on a jmtlont alllic.tod with cnncor. A. K Gumpboll and fiunlly expect to nuiko thotr fnturo homo at Franklin , Kentucky. Dr. A. Bonr Is having permanent coinuntviilkfi laid at his homo on Nor folk nvonuo. K. B. Gtllln of Coleridge has pur- ohiisod the Hborhart restaurant uml IH now In possession. Dun Motcalf is moving hlH family Into the rooniH ever Gow Bros' ollloo In the Homo Miller building. Mrn. 15. Tanner and Minn Annlo Him- mornian ...

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 — 4 October 1901

II TilK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , ( KTOUKU I , 1001 OPTICIAN OCULIST Ophthalmologist OP 'IGIAN Ono who Manufact ures or Deals in Optical'Goodd. OCULIST A Physician who Pio- tend * to t'uru Eye Diseases ( ? ) . OPHTHALMOLOGIST - One who Understands tlio liuw. thnr Do- fectH iiud their Relation to lluiniui Ills. G. p. W. Ophthalmologist , Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted. NEBRASKA. NORFOLK - - Good lot at Junction $ ? < ) . < House and IB acre , ! ! d St H50 ( House , bnrn , 'B acre , .Junction. l2r ! . < House , barn , & aero , -Ith St. . 1200.1 House at Junction 700.1 Loans on Real Estate Low Hates. T. E. ODIORNE. K IIAYti at all times a W complete stock of Building Material. Let Us Make You An Estimate On Your Next Bill. Chicago Lumber Co. ACOODMANY PEOPLE who have tried to find something "just as good" as . .CHASE & SANBORN'S. . COFFEE AND TEA have given it up. Our trade on these goods is better thau ever. Why dou't you try ? Sold only by PARISH. X The Weather. Conditi...

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 — 4 October 1901

v > Till' ; NOHFULK isKVVS : Mil DAY , OCTOBER I , National Convention Re-Elects ' Old Officers and Adjourns. MEMPHIS NEXT MEETING PLACE. No Action Taken on Hcnolutlon Con * dcmiilng Use of Sulphur In Doctor * Inu Grnlnn G. A. Stcbblns of Ned O.ik Succeeds Clnrko nn Secretary. lk > H MoliH'M ' , Oct. ! . 'I'hu aiuiunl convention nl' thu National drain Dcnh'iH' UHHoclatloii niljinirncil yo - tonlny after ro oloctliiK UH old olIlrcrH rot'oiniiii'iulliu ; Mom | > lilH uti the mint of tli nuxt convent Ion and ailojitliiK FCHO- lutloiiH im'iiiorliill/.liiK coatn'Hii to umuiiil tin1 Intci'Htatc comnu'iru law ; coniltMiuiliiK InicUi't nlmw | ; rcrniumi'ixl- Iii ) ; tlio ri'orKiinl'/.uilnii of I lie ijovcrn- ini'iit crop HiTvlt'ti ami UH coopera tion with tin- National Hay Dcalurtt' umKx'Intlon ; nrKliu ; tlio KUIIHIIH ( Illy cxchangi- repeal UH rule forbidding alllllallonvllh any elli < > r ortunl7.u- ; tlon , and Invltlm ; II to alllllatu with ilio National. Jli'iijniiiln A...

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 — 11 October 1901

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. , , , , . NORFOLK NKHRASKA FRIDAY ( KTOHKR 11,11)01. ) I I Finds Burden of Maintaining Frontier Guard Too Heavy. GENERAL URIBE'S ARMY ROUTED. Reported to Have Suffered Severe DC- i feat In Tachlra Retires to Mara- calbo and Is Making It His Refuge. Advices From Daranqullla. Caracas , Venezuela , Oct. 11. The correspondent hero of the Associated Press la enabled to say upon excellent grounds that the Idea of a peaceful , friendly and conclusive arrangement between Venezuela and Colombia of the existing troubles Is not repulsive nor foreign to Venezuela , It being al ways understood that Venezuela's na tional honor will In no way suffer thereby , and that during the past fortnight - night this Idea has grown and has secured Increased following In Carac- ns , where the possibilities of an aylca- ble settlement are more or less occupyIng - Ing public attention. Venezuela recognizes the fact that the maintenance of a large army on the frontier Is exceedin...

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 — 11 October 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOHKIl 11 , 1901. The Norfolk Neus . N. HUBK. DAILY. KftnhlUhnl. IM. Kvnry tlnjr oiropt Snuiliij. lly rutrlnr | > nr wpok , 15 mutt , II ) iiuuI | ir jrnr , irt.W ) . wtiui.Y : N i\vs.ior : us A i. . Im Sewn , oflnlilUlioil. KM. TlinJimrnnl , rMaMlfhcil 1H77. Kvory Frltlnjr. lly n\Hll pur ) i'nr , f I..V ) . Knturril nl thn IWlollico at Norfolk , Nob. n KM-ond clnu > innUpr. Talfliihoncf Killtorliil IVtmrtmnnt , n. 22 | iintlnctt Dillon nnil Job Room * . No. 822. REPUULICAN TICKET. Stnlo. For . | IURI | > of tlio Bupmiio ( Vutt - H. II , 9iiv ; < iuii i < Vorl > Tor ltcK < iiil > f ilin Stnlo Unl\omlt C. J. KIISKT Uiiroln II. L , OiHU.li OK Ihila County. I orruntity Irnimirer. . . It. ( ' , MIIKN KIT romitj rl rk 1'nii , llu i n Horrount ) JmUo Jnwi : M. J. MnM.it For roil lit ) mpoilnti nilmit. . . .1 II IIAUM.H , jr. Korilinrllf I. ' ' t.l.Ml.s tH Kor comity MiMrjor W. M.MiwK r r count ) cnrni 11 lilt. I ) II. Mi MllN Fir rouii...

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 — 11 October 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , CXTOHEK 11 , 1001 , DEUNULM TAX SALE TltKVSl'HKU'S OFT I' E ( SlHil DOM ( 'utility , Nebraska t Notleii l liotobr Blfoii that nil limU mid ( own lutH In tlm foil > u In < list , on which tint taicft remain tinpMd for tlm } nnr Hpncitlixl. r will b sold Rt this o'tlco ( < ii tliu flr-t Monday , of November. 1901 F Mowing la tlm list for publication , nn ruinlroil by law , wiving tlm nmnmitdufl llicroon to wliloh will bo milled Intoroat at the ra ( of 11 pur cunt par annum from tlm Unit day of May aflor thejoardne , with thoc.ut of publication nnil miln. Dated ut MadUuu , Nub . Octolwr I 1901. li. 0. MILKS , County Trem urer. YEAR 1900 , MADHON PHI- : CINCT. Township 21 , IlutiRo 1 Description soc. . unit. NKqr Z $22 54 e bf nw 2 7 79 noaw 2 4 17 nw BO 2 4 17 ptfcW UW 5n 2 20 pt so no n 87 45 aw 7 29 63 lit to none 8 8 30 no 8 29 70 R hf BO 11 14 71 nw IS 2188 w bf nw. 16 1211 whf BW 16 (151 ( ew a i 25 9J 80 21 19 50 uw 22 18 e7 ne 23 21 11 HW 211...

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 — 11 October 1901

THE NORFOLK NRWR : FRIDAY , OCTOKKIIH , [ 001 , British Govcrmcnt Takes Dras tic Action in Africa. FIVE MORE DISTRICTS INCLUDED. Constitution Now Suspended Throughout - out Capo Colony Docks , Railroads and Harbor * Arc the Only Exccp. tlona Lord Mllner In Prime Mover. Capo Town. Oct. 10. The Gazette yesterday proclaimed niurtlul law In tlio districts of Capo Town , Wyubcrg , Klmonslown , Port Ell/abeth and East London. Tlio prorlatnatlon IH tlio outcome of tins recent visit of the premier of Capo Colony. Sir John ( lunlon Sprlgg , " " 'I ' the under secretary of native affairs In iioiith Africa , ,1. Howe limes , to the British high commissioner , Lord Mil- nor. It plupcH under military con trol HIP few jiolntH In Capo Colony , liltherto pxiMiiplcil and the const llu- lion , therefore. IH now suspended over the cntlrn colony. TlilH action prolm- My foreshadows the commencement of vlKoroiiH measures , which tlumo on the spot are forced to hellovo nocos- onry to pud HIP war. Martial ...

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 — 11 October 1901

Month's Respite Steps Rush of Contributions. MORE MONEY STILL NEEDED. Brother of the Captured Missionary Wishes Activity for the Fund , to Continue U'ntll Full Amount of Ran- com Is Secured , Boston , Oct. 9. No additional state ment of money received for the ransom fund for Miss Stone was given out by Kldder , Peabody & Co. after the ono last night showing $49.574.61 In cash and $7,000 In unpaid pledges. This made the total $50,574.61 , to which will bo added this morning the sums received ever night. The rush of con tributors Is over , because of the opin ion that the critical moment has boon averted and that the additional month's time offers additional oppor tunity to add to the fund. Charles Stone , brother of the captive mission ary , wishes activity for the fund to continue for a few days longer. Ho hopes that the cable dispatches indi cating that the brigands have granted a month's time are right , although ho has no personal ossuranci > of that fact , having repeated...

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 — 11 October 1901

(5 ( TOK XOKK01A NEWS : FRIDAY , ( XTOHKU 11 , J90L The Norfolk flecus Governor Suvngo has olllclnlly proclaimed - claimed Tuesday , November fi , as i lec tion tiny. . : It is less tlmnjft month until election niid the excitement has not yet nsumcd even n fcverioh bent. The candidate * are out looking for the ninn witha vote and endeavoring to , convince him thnt It IB his duty to vote ( right. Dr. McMnhan of Nowninn Grove 1 a practicing physician and his ability to attend to the duties of county coroner I. unquestioned. Judge Mover in fully comix-tent to an- Mime the duties of the county judge's offlco. Ho has been tried in the position nnd not found wanting. The republicans of Madison county tnko pride In the strength of tholr ticket and eontldtntly anticipate its en dorsement at the polls this full. Mr. Rryan is to make four speeches In Iowa during the campaign. Ho has up- jmrcntly never overcome his disposition to invade the enemy's country. The Nebraska Woman Suffrage asso- da...

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 — 11 October 1901

Si1 TI1K NOHKOLK NK\VS : I'HIDAY , ( KTOHKU II , 1JIOI. SONG. If all On Nuins we ilnim , iltar , SlmuKl liu | | i < ii in 1 1 true , II lull what HI ilnitii , iltiir , Sliutihl mint In nu and jou ; Orjuil ttrpiMit * n iliijcle one Wife Ktanlnl ui unrip ilay , If that ouc crp n fmul otir , \\c'il Ultain our ll\cs nwny. It nil ( lip ilrr.ntn \ \ < ! dri'diii , Ucar , Should \nnlsh In a i'a t II not the slmplint utie , dcir , I Should cur roinc our way , \\o'd drum un just the fame , dear , . Ilioucli the tali ! s inlsht not Hiy , I And drums wmdil In IH n\\ti ( , dcir , Per uhiil tin t an I i'n\ - IttimU Jniii-t Wnlkir II in Hti ti Irnmirlpt , &WVt'MM ! * . , . t'.Mti > .vpt' * * o AN AWFUL TEST OF Jt GRATITUDE It ' . * By John H. Rafferty. The friendship between Senator liar- bine and old Newt Stuait was foi twen ty jears one of the many anomalies and one of the few eibf.vmg conditions that distinguished the social life of the capital. Newton Stumt was a newspaper - pape...

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 — 11 October 1901

- TITK : VOHFOIKNKWSr ; -1 MM l-A-Yr ) < ) ( TOBKU Norfolk Factory Begins Cutting ; .Beets This Mooring. > ' ' . * j , j GOOD RUN IS ANTICIPATED. Boots nro Going Worked nt the Unto of 460 Tons a Day , the Full Capac ' - Plant-Dcut-Men _ WIN Fight tlio Trust. From Mdiiilnj'n Dnllv The Norfolk BHRitr factory oivoni'd KH lovonth campaign Him morning , and now evoiythiiiK is hioviiiK oil * an flmnothly us though'tho Krent factory llad been In operation u iiioiilh. Kvory ponton about the promlHon WIIH < W liniul bright ntid curly thin mbrnliiK , 4 ud liy II o'clock Superintendent Con- Imil ftmimimimwl nliti'imf mull III , HtntlonB. l-'or the next hour all ix Boone of aotlvo preparation , and vrliou the whistle sounded ut 7 o'clock the vnrlouH pieces of iiinHnlvo machinery began to perform their allotted funo- tloiiH with the regularity of clock work. Steam had boon nialntivinad in tint loilerH for Kuvural days , HO that all that Iho engineer had to do when tlio time came \VI\H t...

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 — 11 October 1901

TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , ( KTOBKU , II H)01. ) i ) BICYCLE RACE MEET. Norfolk Riders Capture Prize Offered by W. C. Ahlman. I'foni Sttti iti > K Dull } The Norfolk Hicyclo moot , given nt the Edwards track north of the eity jcs- terdoy iifturnooti byV C. Ahliiuin , proprietor of the Norfolk Bicycle works , was not largely nttontU'd and was not u flnnnciiil sur-ecss. The races , however , were very interesting. The bund WIIH out mul furnished the inspiration , but the people were not interest * d The first riii'o quarter mile , fly ing start was won in 10' ' . . seconds by Chas. Ahlinun , the pri/j being a * lo duo bill nt Ahlnmn Hros' . Second , $8 pair of tires , George Davis. Third , t cyolo- meter , Frank Davis ; fouith , ? ! o ( ) whis tle , Albert Klliott. Ono mile , flying stiut : First , * ! > J bicycle , George Davis , time , JJ.Oll ; sec- oiid , 10 tiruH , Clius. Ahlman ; third , * 5 tires , Albert Klliott ; fourth , * ; i pudals , Will Kaasch. Fifty-yard slow rac...

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 — 11 October 1901

10 Till ? N01tl 'OLK. NHWS : FRIDAY , ( KTOIJKK 11 , 15)01. ) Ambroz Bilgcr Writes Further of the Philippines. A FILIPINO FOOT GALL GAME. A Crocodile Hunt Plague of Grass hoppers Native Police Want to bo Americanized Natives nro Honest niul Truthful Eleven Deserters. Alorln , 1' . I..1 uly 120. ToTunNitws : It IIHH bi't'ii ton days MIICO I wrote the lustli'ttor , so I will send you the IIOWH again. I "in just getting over n toiioh of the fever and um not ulloweil tolenvo quartern. 1 was only three days In the hospital hut tlmt was long enough. In my lust letter I forgot to mention the way wo spent thu Fourth of July. AH fivr IIH the boyH were concerned thoio WIXB no dllVeruni'o from wltixt wo huvo every Sunday. The nutivoH kuit | the' day IIM n holiday and hud iv big dunce , in the uveiihiK. Some of the boyH got u little botio and gave the nativeH n big acaro by yelling wherever they went. The day passed without giving im any trouble from the outnidu natlvoH who cnmo in. I was out l...

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 — 11 October 1901

Til K NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , OCTOHKR II , 11)01 ) II , i OPTICIAN OCULIST Ophthalmologist OPTICIAN One who Manufact ures or Deals in Optical Goods. OCULIST A Physician who Pretends tends to Cure Eye Diseases ( ? ) . OPHTHALMOLOGIST - One who Understands the Eie . tmir Du foots and their Relation to Human Ills G. F. W. PRQUARDT , Ophthalmologist , Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted. NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ 70.00 House and > B acre , ! ) d St S50 00 House , barn , ' .i acre , Junction. ( i2o.OO House , barn , > acre , tth St. . . 1200.00 House at Junction 700.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. fi * c ° r o SEE US BEFORE BUYING. If we can't give you ix better bar gain in Building Material than you can got anywhere else , then buy wherever you please. But don't make the mistake of buying before getting our prices. Chicago Lumber Co. fit Norfolk RUtoriUiii , GEO. H. SPEAR , MANAGER. One Merry Night , THURSDAY , 17 . .OCTOBER , . I * A FURIOUSLY FUNNY...

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 — 11 October 1901

Till' ) .NORFOLK IsKWS : FRIDAY , OCTOHKK 11 , 100 Transylvania at Lexington Won by Onward Silver. GREAT DRIVE IN THE STRETCH , Last Heat Wno n Magnificent Dattle , Only a Short Neck Mensurlnu the Victory Improbable Wlnn the Two- Year-Old Piiturlty ( or P.iccro. UnliiKton. Ky. Oct II. After try- IllB fOI' HOVOII Jl'IIIH , IM ( JlMMH Jl'HlOl tluy Iniuk'd n TiiiiiRylvnnlii Hliiko. Uul ; B Oiwntil Hllu'r , th oil fioin HOV- oral faat linattt. to liln toji Hpootl. fol lowing ono of HID inoHi m'liHullorial tlrlH tlitoiiKli tlio Htictcli In tlio lorol lection ofotoi ai\H \ , Iw captnu'd tlio II ml money l Hit' fii.ooo ou-nt Tlio liitU llulHli VMIH MnlllliiK , only a ulioit ntU'U monmrilriK tliol < toiy Aflct tlio nfth heat , all wivo Onward Sli\or and Chain Hhot , with two hcatB oacli to tholr c'lotllt , and Siwlo J. with one lioat , had rot hod to Iholr Htahlen. When tlio thiee ehaniploiiH weio driven onto tlio dark for the llniil tflRt. twilight was HoltllriK On\\aid Slhoruin ntll ! ...

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 — 18 October 1901

EEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. NORFOLK , MWUASKA , 1'lllDAY , ( HTOIJKK IH , 11)01. ) v Testifies He Entered Into Con spiracy to Kill Gocbel. YOUTSEY MAY TAKE THE STAND. Rumored He Will Do So In Hope of Possibly Escaping His Life Sentence. Operator Identifies Telegrams Sent by Powers to Mountaineers. Georgetown , Ky. , Oct. 18. In the Caleb Powers ease Mrs. Anderson , tele graph operator at Barbcursvlllo , Ky. , identified several telegrams sent by Powers to men In the locality , Instruct ing them how many men to bring to Frankfort. The state's star witness , J. Wharton - ton Golden , was. then placed on the stand. Golden testified that It was generally understood among the moun tain men that Goobel was to be killed and of a conversation ho had with Gov ernor Taylor , In which Taylor said : "What an awful thing It la to think of taking human life , but It looks like Goobel must die or wo will be robbed. " Golden admitted that he entered Into an agreement to procure the mur der of Goebol. That ...

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 — 18 October 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOIJEU 18 , 1901. vV. N. HU81C. I'ubllHlutr. DAILY. . . Kvorr il r o roii Suniliij. Hy cottier | > nr , fi cciitK. Hj mull | .or ) rnt , K\.W. \ wKr.Kt.v N I\V.S..MMIIIN.\I. : . ha N0w > , rrtnliltrlinil. tv < l. Tli Journnl , MtnMUIlml 1S77. Kvnty Hrlilny-llyjvmll l r > i nrl.M ) . Kiilnrotlnt tlin IWtotllco lit Norfolk , Noli , nt nwoml clftu iimttiT. T lMilii > iir > i > : Killtorlnl Ootmrtinoiit , Nn. 22 j ItnMltoM' OIllcBiiiiil Jol > RiMinm. No. 322. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Stntu. fur J\ulg ( if tlm Hlliri | tun ( \ tltt - H. II. HKIXUMCK . Vorl For HrKcnU ( if llm Htntn Uiilictnllj C. J. KttNHT . . . liUiriiln II. I , . OiHil.n . OK lluln County. For roniilt ttoiimtor II. ( ' , Mll.i : * Pur county rlorl. I'llli , ll.u en For count > Jwlun Ji'HiiK M. J. Mmr.ii For nuiiiiy Kiii'niIntel'.lent. ' . . > II HUINKH , Jr. Ford'.nrill I. .1 < UMIVIM : : Forttmiilv Kiirvpjot . . . . \\.tl. I.OWK Fur riiunty ciironn * Dli. I ) II...

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 — 18 October 1901

THE NORFOLK NMVS : FRIDAY , ( XTOHKR IH , 1001 , DMPNT TAX SALE TKEASl'HKU'fi OKKI'MC , [ Mad.FOII Cuniitv , .Nubrimkii f Notice IB liotobr R | OII that nil InmUfliid town hitx In the following lint , on which tlin taica rcmiiln IIIIINI | for tlin jonr Bprelflml. will bo nold nt thin oilicn mi tliu flr t Monday of NoTtiiutxr. 1001. Following Is tlin Ilitt for publlcntlon , an rniulri'd by Inw. Klvltitf tlin nmotint UIIK tliureuii. to wlilch will bo added Intermit at tint ratn of 11 per emu | , or nimum from tlin llrntdnyof Mny after Ilia jonr duo , with the cum of publication and nalo. V Untod lit Madliun , Neb. . Octolmr I. I HOI. t . H. C. MILES , County Trnnturor. YEAR 1000 , MADISOX PHK- CINCT. Township 21 , RIIUKO 1 Uoicrlptlou goo. nmt. NEcjr 1 $2254 a hf uw 2 7 9 noBW 4 1. uw 80 * n pt SW UW ft ; JO 7n.03 . 5 S R llf HO 14 1474 : nw 15 24 88 w Uf nw 16 12 11 w hf BW 16 9 54 sw Ul 25 92 BO 21 10 50 uw 22 18 87 no 23 21 41 BW 2:1 : 19 OS RW 21 16 30 , , W 25 IS 47 BW 25 IS 87 H...

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 — 18 October 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 18 , iflOI. .Morgan-Hill Syndicate Files Its Papers of Possession. CAPITAL STOCK IS $100,000,000. flond Incorporates Under Laws of Iowa Head Offices to Do In Bur lington , Where Meeting for Election of Officers Is to De Held Saturday. IJurllngton , la. , Oct. 17.--Artlcli'H of Incorporation of the Chicago , Burlington - ton anil Qutucy Hnllroud coinimny were lllcd hero yesterday , with a cap ital Block Of $100,000.000. ThO Object la to nciiulro certain lines and prnpurly of the IIurlliiKton system , composed of the Chicago. Burlington n d ( jiilncy Jlnllnmd company of IlllnolH and nu merous other roadH and hnincliuu In western staloH and comlilno tlit'in un der ono mamiKomont. " 'H ' 'bought ' 1lm Intention Is to turn the coiiHollda- tion over to the Morgan lllll syndicate. According to the ruinoi-H that are floating ahout hero , thla corporation will take charge of the Chicago , Hur- llngton and ( Julncy Itallroad company mill the many HIIC-H lea...

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 — 18 October 1901

T1IK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , ( KTOIWU IK , 1001 , ' Missionaries Unable to Get in Touch With Brigands. RUSSIA WOULD AID RESCUE. Offers Its Assistance In Miss Stone's Behalf Brigands Believed to Have Retired to Macedonian Interior Tur key Must Make Indemnity Good. London. Oct. 1C. "The United States government will Insist that Turkey at or.co make' good any deficit in the ransom of Miss Stone , " says the Constantinople correspondent of the Dnlly Telegraph , "and also refund Iho full amount subscribed. " "It Is supposed that the brigands who captured Miss Stone have with drawn Into the Interior of Macedonia , in the direction of Nevrokop , " says a dispatch from Sofia. "Former members of the Macedonian committee who were arrested on suspicion of complic ity denied before a magistrate any knowledge of the affair. " "Pastors IMmrlkoff and Zlrihoff , with three female mission workers , " says A dispatch from Vienna , "have been killed by the band Unit kidnaped Miss Stone. " The Russian ...

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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