ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,408 items from Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,408 results
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 December 1901

12 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 20 , 1901. BIG HOUIDMV SKL.E HIGH GRADE PIANOS AND ORGANS v , The Largest Ever Held in North Nebraska. l < An unusual opportunity is sian Walnut and Rosewood. presented the music loving public Every one to select a Piano or Organ from Selected Especially The Largest and for this Big XX Selected < > * > They are manufactured by a and most excellent stock of dozen of the best , most promi = musical instruments ever before nent and reliable companies. I XX put on sale by any dealer in am sole agent for such celebrated = < S > f > ! the state. Pianos in all the ed makes as the Schubert , New latest designs of cases and the England , Behr Bros. , Qeo. F. most choice of veneering in all Mehlin , Kohler and Campbell , the different woods known to Davenport and Tracy , Adam the trade-such as figured Mahog = Schaaf , 1. B. Merrif ield and Capen , any , Birch , French Burl Walnut , They all go at low figures in American Walnut , Oak...

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 — 27 December 1901

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. , , . NORFOLK , NEHRAS1CA FRIDAY , DKCKMHKll 27 J 01. End Comes After Being Sick One Week With Pneumonia. WAS ELECTED A3 FUSIONIST. IB Succeeded by Republican , Henry 8. McBrldc Farmer's Alliance Or- ganlzer In Kansas and Author of Many Works on Political Economy. Olympla , Wash. , Dec. 27. Governor Rogers died at 8 o'clock last night. Governor John R. Rogers was taken elck Friday evening with a cold , which developed Into pneumonia. On Sunday his condition was such as to alarm his friends , but on Monday afternoon the covcrnor was much bet ter and It wa * thought the danger point had been passed. A consulta tion of physicians was held and ( t de veloped the fact that the patient was progressing as well as could be ex pected. Tuesday It was announced that the governor was Buf fering from lobar pneumonia. The disease was then located In the middle lobe of the right lung. It was Impos sible to say until Wednesday was passed whether the disease would ep...

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 — 27 December 1901

THE NOKFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , DECEMBER 27 , : 01. W. N. 11UU12.I'ubllHlior. DAILY. Kutntillihod , 1HS7 , Ktorjr day excnpl Hmulny , Ily rnrrlor per , 15 oenU , By mull par yonr , (0.00. WKICKI/V NKWH-IOt ) UNA I , , . 1HMI. Tlio Jouriml , rmlnttllntiod 1817 Krory Friday , Ily mnll i > nr year , tt.M ) , Kutonwl nt llio IVitonion nt Norfolk , Nob. , as second class mnttar , TelmihntiPM Itilltorlnl Department , No. ! 2 | HnilnoM OlUce nml Job ( loom * . No. 322. Got up your immolo and nerve prepar atory to turning over that now leaf. A man who had lived in DOB Molnes , Iowa , for 00 years dropped dead Christ inas morning. People of rival lown cities will probably concrde that ho had rwxson for dropping dead. The Poncn Journal has recently ah- Korbcd the Dixon Tribune , making the second paper it ban taken in within two months. The Journal is exorcising the practivitics of an octopus on a miwll Bcalo. Senator llnnnn pluycd Santa Olnus to his grand child and prcKcntod him with u ohi'cl...

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 — 27 December 1901

TJIE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY DECEMBER 27 , 1001. : H Governor of Iowa Tendered Treasury Portfolio. 'LEAVES AT ONCE FOR THE EAST. Hurries on Secret Trip to Washing- I ton Declines to Commit Himself In | Regard to the President's Offer. 1 Crane Declines the Post. Washington , Dec. 21. A tender of the ofllco of secretary of the treasury to succeed Secretary Gage has been made to Governor Leslie M. Shaw of Iowa , hut It Is understood that no re sponse hail been received from Gov ernor Shaw to the inquiries sent to him. At the white house no Informa tion Is obtainable pending a definite authorization of the fact that a suc cessor to Secretary Gage has been obtained. Des Molnes , Dec. 24. Governor Shaw left for the east last night. He eald : "I have scon the newspaper dispatches which state that 1 have been selected by President Iloosovelt to succeed Secretary Gage as secre tary of the treasury. I have no other Information on the subject. I cannot discuss the matter. I have not re ceived an...

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 — 27 December 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 27 , 1001. War Between Chile and Argen tine Warded Off. PORTELA STICKS TO HI3 POST. Both Republics Continue Preparations for Defense Chilean Senate Au- thorlzes Floating of Donds for Mili tary Purposes. lluonoB Ayrcn , Doc. 20. After ft Jrt'Bh conference hold lust evening be tween President HlcHCO , Foreign Min ister Ynncz and Senor Portoln , the Argentine mlnlHtcr nt Santiago do Chile , the now agreement WIIH signed , the latent modifications to the former proposals being accepted. The papers my the now protocol dispels the Immediate danger of wur , but that the remedy Is not complete. The armies of the two jiowerH nro meanwhile continuing their propara- tlon. Clillo has decided on tie erec tion of now rortlflcntlntiH at Tnlcn- hunno and I'lintu AreniiH. At i secret Hussion of the Chilean Ecnato yesterday the government do- innnded authoilty for the expendlturo I of JIG.OOO.OOO In proparatloim for do- feiiBo. The silling wnn an exciting ono. It ...

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 — 27 December 1901

THK NOKFOLK NKWS : KKIIUY , D1KJKMRKII L 7 , HK)1 ) .Disaster in Mexico With Fright ful Loss of Life. 'FIFTEEN BODIES RECOVERED. City Market House nt Zacatecas , Ona of the Finest Buildings In the Re public , la a Total Wreck Rescuers Die Horrible Deaths. Can Autoulo , Tox. , Doc. 23. By the turning of the city innrkot house at Eacatoeas , Mcx. , fully 24 lives hnvo boon lust and over n score of persons Borlously Injured , some of them BO badly that they cannot recover. Fif teen bodies have been takun from the ruins antl o > largo force Is at work clearing away the debris In order to recover others , though there Is no hope that any of those caught In the collapse of the big structure will bo found alive. Among those caught IP the collapse were several of the minor ofllclals charged with the management of the building. The market house was one of the largest buildings In Zacatecas and was owned by the city. Its lower cellars were used for cold storage and It was In the basement s...

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 — 27 December 1901

* ' * = 3P % < f THE NORFOLK M2WS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 27,1901 The JSiot folk JSlcuaa New year's followrt tOiAiloso ot > tlio Iwuls of Christmas to unit some shop- . , ; - ' } 3ruiUi Claus will probably , iw very liLend with the children of thu ice iniin anil coal niiui. The wa/m weather in South Africa is nu inducement for northerners to cnlUt .in thu Boor causo. This in tlio season of the year when people inclined to forgot that WMUO | 'U\itV are * li > iiiu t * vi "charity begins at homo. " Tbo portion who insisted that this HIIOW was of the sort that would not melt , wan evidently mistaken. The cable interests evidently consider that if an injunction does not got wire leiR telegraphy the now invention will get them. Ground has boon broken for the St. Xpuiti exposition of 1D01I. Promoteis ol the hhow will liopo that tie ) breaking may ccabo at thjs. [ The tcniperatnro waH but degrees nbovo v.oro in Georgia last Friday. Old Boreas , also , appeals to have designs on the so...

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 — 27 December 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FIMQAY. DKCKMKKU 27. 10Q1. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ I EXCLUSIVE I | RIGHTS oO u AStory Giving Some Kxrellent Q O Vlown un Fllrtln. . O OOooOOooOOooOOooOOoooOoocS "Why shouldn't I flirt If I want to ? " demanded Alison , with a superior air. "It Is good for one. It sharpens one's Intellect. It makes for the equality of the KOXOR. It" "It breaks numerous hearts , " I mur mured. "Hearts ! " Alison brought her hands v * togeuier witn n movement of eon- , as though she were crushing n / ) lienrt bo.twc.un them.Vhut nbout / that ? " / . 'fOli , nothing , " I replied quietly. \ - -r p She seemed to he nuuoyed because 1 was not annoyed. . " * | ' } ' shouldn't I'flirt If 1 want to ? " she Inquired again. ' . ' "Oh. why\nbt'llulecd. my dear lady , " I , ' returned , and then , bowing low , 'i ' n'dded , ' "I am everlastingly lU your service. " ' j"Y you ? Oh , I couldn't flirt wltu you. " . ' i ' . . ; ( "Why not , ? If 1 mil deficient In Inl tf'llcctual capacity I accep...

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 — 27 December 1901

T1IU NORFOLK NliWS : FRIDAY , DF.QEMBKU .27,1901. Holiday Appropriately Ob- served in Norfolk. ENTERTAINMENT AT CHURCHES Sunday School Scholars Wore Re membered With Gifts Bull of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen Was Enjoyed. The Christmas fiouRon in Norfolk WIVH among the most tinjoyublo nnd llvoly of any over oxporluncod horo. With tioes , exorcises mill other church onturtuin monts , were combined dimeos , parties , family gatherings ami other features to add to the ph'usuro of all the people The custom of gift giving mill the din- trilmtlon of good things to out WIXH pruo- tlocil without Htint nuil if aiiyono failed to have a "merry Christmas" they have not boon located. Tlio day WIIH line , and while not entirely Christums-llko , itvn cotufortnbly oool and pleasant. Decorations of Christmas greens nboundeil and every homo in the city gave indications of the holiday season. Santa Glaus wus generous to most of the ohildnm and the day wim full of delights - lights to thorn an w...

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 — 27 December 1901

THENUUFQLKNKWS ; Fill DAY , DEriiMHKU 27 , 1001. SATURDAY SIFTINQS , Father Walsh returned from a trip to Omaha Inat night. Mr. nnd MIH. I. M. Dawson of Madi- eon Bpout yesterday iu Norfo'k. ' Miss Muckiu of tlio High school has gene to Oaiulm to spend the holidays. George Kooohig loaves today for Man- kato , Kansas , to spend Christmas with friends. Miss Hildrotli Slsson will sing n nolo at the Methodist church tomorrow morning , Mr. and Mrs Burr Taft have wel comed a now daughter to their homo BO jtli of the city. Mrs. N. A. Raiubolt and Mrs. W. H. Bucholz returned yesterday uoon from n few days' stay in Omaha. Mrs. Goo. Scholes of Laurel , who has boon the guest of hoi niece , Mrs. H. J. Cnulfiold , returned to her homo yester day. day.Miss Miss Louise Schmoker , student in the Western Union Telegraph oillce , has gone to ColnuibuH to spend Christ- nmk at homo. Imss Nina Walker returns today from Porli , where she has boon attending the stilts normal school , to spend the hoh clo...

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 — 27 December 1901

! 10 TIl'lS .NOllFbLlC NHWS ; FlUDAY , DKOKMKKR 27 , RURAL MAIL ROUTE. C. O. Mnnwlllor Appointed Carrier , Service to Doftln February I. Tlio Norfolk rural innll route , extend ing oaat of tlio city into Stanton county , 1ms boon ordered established February 1. Tlio rnuto covers an area of10 pqunro mihn and servos n population of MX ) . OlutrloH O. Matiwillor liiw boon appointed carrier. -I'J miles mid A route covering flquaro serving 550 people has also boon estab lished out of Matlifltm. OlinrlnH 11. llynoiirson has boon appointed carrier. A route from Plalnviow , covering IX ) Muaro miles and serving 1 , ( ) . " ( ) pnoplo has bonii nstiiblishml witli .1. K. Heekt nml F. W. riiiiiuny as carriers. WEDNESDAY WRINKLES , Mrs. 15. O. Mount wont to Omaha en the noon ( ruin , D. M , Owen , wbo has IKWU hnro for novoral tUys , returned to Omaha yostor- * Any Mrs. 0. 11. Reynolds and MrH. I * . 11. Salter wont , to Omaha on tlio noon train to stay until Friday. Editor 0. R Montroiw of tli...

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 — 27 December 1901

THE NOUFOLTC NEWS : MU1UY , DECEMBEU 27 , IDOL II Eyeache and Headache.Eyestrain Eyestrain causes both. Drugs relieve only temporar ily. Pro perly adjusted glasses remove the cause and effect a permanent cure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Consultation free. DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLGIST , NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Good lot lit Juuctiou $ 70.00 HOUBO and i acre , 3d St 850 00 House nud lurgo burn1000.00 House , bum , % acre , 4th St. . 1200.00 HOUBO nt Junction 700.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. PARISH PARISH $ . The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. today - day : Maximum temperature 38 Minimum temperature 28 Average 83 Snow , inches 00 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for mouth 59 Barometer 29.50 Forecast for Nebraska : Threatening - ing , with probably snow tonight. Sat urday fair. Much colder. FRIDAY FACTS. William Whitla is tied up at his homo in Madison by the smallpox. One of the functions planned for next week that pr...

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 — 27 December 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DKOEMBER 27 , 1901. WHITE HOUSE REMAINS CLOSED , President Proposes to Hnve One Week to Himself nnd Denies All Visitors. WaBblngton , Dec. 27. - Tlio whlto lioiiBo , will romnln cloned until Now Year's day. Only visitors having nr- Kent and Important Imtiltioait will bo BOOH by the president during the com ing week. Mm. Uo < wovcll and tlio children , with Dr. Hlxoy , Hallod down the Potomac on the govcrnmont yacht Dolphin. They will bo gene floveral days. A portion of the tlmo will bo spent at a club IIUIIHO on the island near Qnnntlco , Vn. , about 20 miles from Washington , nnd Dr. Illxoy and young Theodore , Jr. , expect to liavo nome duck tihootlng from the olub'ii blinds. The pronldont will ruinaln bore whllo the family In away. Ho will ontortnln HOIUO of bin friends nt luncheon nnd dlnnor each day. Prciddont Itooiiuvolt hint night en tertained a party at dlnnor. The gnestn wcro Secretary Hoot , Attorney flcnoral Knox , General Itandoltih , Rear ...

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 — 3 January 1902

mmmm mmam \ \ ' THE NOEFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOUKNAL NORFOLK , NKUKASKA , I'll I DAY , JANUARY it , W2. ' ! Said to Have Been Liberated on Jan. I. J3RIGAND3 IMPOSE SILENCE. slews Is Not Confirmed , but Washing ton Inclines to the Possibility That Captive Missionary and Her Com * panlon Have Been Released. London , Jan. 3. The Sofia corrc- bpomlunt of the Dally Telegraph has Cabled un unconfirmed rumor to the ffcct that Miss Stone and Mme. Tall- : a were liberated In Turkey on Jan. 1 , nd that the Americans who conduct- d the negotiations resulting In this eported release agreed , In the pros- nee of the captives , to maintain ab- elute silence concerning the cap- STB. If this promise Is broken , con- tides the correspondent , vengeance 11 be wreaked upon the American isslon. Washington , Jan. 3. The state de- .rtment ofllclals say they have no cent news bearing on the case of MSB Stone and therefore cannot cjnfirm the dispatch from Sofia trans- njtting a report that she has been released...

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 — 3 January 1902

W. N. UUHIfl. I'uullMlwr. DAILY. I SHI. Krori day nxro | > l Hiuiilnj. lljr rurrlor pnr wnnk , 11 cniiU. lly turd I | mr ) oar , t < UX > , WIJiiC1.V : Nl7us.IOUUNAI. . Tim NnwMmUlilMmil , Its ) . Tim Jotinml , ( wtnlillilind 1871 , mull ' , ( I ' 0 Kvery Krldny Hy for > r < | < Kiilnrml nl UIB t'ontolllcn nl Norfolk , Nnli. , in sooiiiid oliiM imUtiir. Talnjilioiion t Kdllnrlnl nnimrlmniit , No. 22 | Iliiilimim Olllco mid Jolt ftoomn. No. 322. Oovoritor BIIVUKO'H next move will probably bo to faint Hurtloy. It iHiwiiltmtllmt the power of commuting - muting Hciitinu'oH Hliouhl not bo in the hniulH of ouo mini. * JVilwpt the IIIWH anil the courts are nl fun It and if HO ( lovornor SIIVUKH * Hhould attempt thi'ir rom-rtlon. Should Trwmnror SluHViir ili'slro to p > wrong ho Hhould hiiNten to do HO while dm pardoning power ie tH with Oovurnor If ( Uwnrnnr SuviiK" will tf the poniteiitlnry roll * ho will probably llnd ninny ot horn whoHO punishment IIIIM boon commnii...

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 — 3 January 1902

m / TIIH NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , .JANUARY ,1,1002. Kcit.Vs Union Square Playhouse - ( house Prey of Flamps. PANIC IN ADJOINING HOTEL. Wild Excitement In Morton House. Three Hundred Guests Flee In Their Nlghtclothes Women Saved From Death Starts In Storage Room. Now York , Jan. 2 , Flro was dlscov- cred early this morning In the storage' ' room of Keith's Union Square the ater. The flames were first seen by the engineer of the Morton house , which adjoins the theater , and ho gave the alarm. There were 300 guests In the hotel , who were hurried ly notified and made their escape to the street , clad In their night gar ments. The halls and corridors of the hotel were filled with srnoko and the guests on the upper floors wore compelled to grope their way to the street. The excitement In the hotel was ndded to by the firemen dragging long lines of hose through the halls BO that they could get the streams to play on the rear of the theater. There were wild scenes In the hotel na the guest...

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 — 3 January 1902

Five States Represented at Helena Meeting. I ILL FIGHT RAILWAY MERGER. Governor Van Snnt of Minnesota Out lines Objects of the Conference Attorney - j torney Generals Accompany Execu tives White Does Not Attend. lloleu Mou. , Dec. HI. No action wan tulion yvHlotdny at the inoulliiK rf thu governors and nllornuy generals of the northwest states called to eon- ulilor plans for oppoalng the pioposed consolidation of the Northern Paclllc , Grout Northern and Burlington rail- vuy systems. Kroin the dUcuHalon at the nivettiiK , however , Jt Is eoiiH'.doral probable that the plnn of Governor Van Snnt of Minnesota will bo In dorsed by the oxocutlvoH of the other ntntoii who were present and that the light iiKalnst the railroad consolidation will bo carried to a finish. What thin jilan Is , Governor- Van Hunt infused to Htnto until the mooting today shall have taken action. The meetings were hold In Governor Toolo's private olllce , and behind closed doors. There voro present besides Governo...

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 — 3 January 1902

J T1IK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY tt , 1002. Omaha Flyer Meets Disaster i at Malta , Ills. SCORE OF PASSENGERS INJURED. ( two Northwestern Trains Collide at a Switch Fire Follows the Wreck. | Victims Scalded by Steam Two of the Dead From Omaha. Chicago , Dec. 30. Four persons wore killed nntl 29 Injured , several of them'possibly fatally , in u collision on the Chicago and Northwentoin railroad yesterday at Malta , Ills. , GO miles west of Chicago. The trains In collision were "The Omaha Flyer , " an castbonnd passenger train , and an caslbonnd freight train. The wreck caught lire and two passenger coaches , one sleeping car and eight freight cars were burned and another sleep ing cn > r partly burned. The dead : George \V. Uudlo , west ern agent Kirk Soap company , resi dence 137 North Thirty-second avenue - nuo , Omaha ; Mrs. George Rudlo , Oma ha ; D. O. Nichols , Council Bluffs , la. ; 13. U. Duncan , sleeping car porter. The inj-ired : Dert Carr , Wlllett. N. T. ; Fred ...

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 — 3 January 1902

THR NORFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY , JANUARY 'i , L902. TheJSloitfolkJSieuis Sohloy Is oitHtly tlio paramount IHHUO in llio opinion of hln I'tlondH. Mftko it n happy now your clour through to December ill , IDU'J , The old your in on thu edge mid ready 1o topple over Into tlio abyHH of tltuo. Tlio fli HI. year of tlio nuw coiiturv IH nlxutt to follow tlio hundred of the 0110 that in past. If you are unable to quit any of tlio old hubltN , nt Uwst try not to lonu now OIIOH during tlio your. A resolution to rehabilitate the Norfolk - folk hospital for tlio Intmno IH recom mended to Governor Savage , AM'iitintho Niw Yoilc Mock ex olmngii was Kilil Thin-winy tor 80,000. It must liavo bi'on a viry line onn. Note from South Africa : The Hoers nro treating their English visitorH to a holiday onterliiinmont. Mr. Hryan'H Commonrr insists that the Hilvor ( | iu'ntion Is not ( load. At any rate it Is taking n Bleep strongly re- HOinbling oatalop.'y. The bliy/.ard is now entertaining tlio people of No...

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 — 3 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FlfllUY , .lANTAKY , 1002. ff 7 o o o aTT o S 1 o O o * . o B * o . } ' vvl < O o o o IIow IIo Ban Away nii'l Made o O lllo Tortxino and What O o o Happened V/hon Ho o Cnino Hack. o e o o The night nftor his stepfather , Squire Ilnlsted , whlied | ) | llnrold Hurr. for u thing lie- hud not done Harold nin nwny. No one know It hut I. and 1 was nobody. Hut 1 thought us much of Harold as ever a human being could think of another , and I know ( lint ho was wronged , and 1 felt that Mr * . Knitting had done a dreadful thing /wlion liho took Squire Halstod for her Keeond husband and let him rule her , take possession of her money and 111 use her handsome liny. I had had my share of It. too. for while Mi1 , folding lived and while she was a widow I was like a daughter of the house. Hut no sooner had she come bad ; from her honeymoon tri ! > \lmii all that was tillered. The squire looked at mo coldly , and 1 heard him ask Mrs. llalsted who 1 was. "Her mother died wh...

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