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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 May 1902

* ' - - iJBBI B TITT ? vrvoirm n' TVTTWQ. XIAV For dangerous occupation * that of being ing n minor Is almost equal to being an Inhabitant of Mnrtlnliiuo. IJrltish Cohunblft in the ficono of n mlno disaster rivaling Hint which re cently occnrrcd In TOIIUOPRCO , It IM be- llovcd tlmt moro tlmn 100 men were killed Instantly by nn explosion of fire damp. . If thoKO pictures of St. Pierre and Martinique being published by the news papers are no rollnblo ns lire the pictures of prominent people the renders can glvo their Imaginations full range ns to the actual apponranco of tlio localities pro minted. It Is evident that the rural free clollv pry route Is n feature of tlio pOBtolllce torvlcd that has come to stay. The du mand for them Is growing In all parts of tlio country , The Pierce Leader devoted n consider nblo portion of its space last week to write-up of that lively little city and the business num who have been factors In its growth and advancement. Volcano news is a great deal ...

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 — 30 May 1902

THE NOR FOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , MAY 30 , 1002 , OI ' ABIGAIL JANE'S ® I VALENTINE , | ® By Frank S. Chhwick ® ® $ fr Copyright , 1003 , ® lly the 8. 8. McClure Company & "If ix mnn conic to fob me WodnoB- lny mi' Saturday ovcnln's for sixteen yenrH n * then" Prudence Ilowell's head bobbed vigorously , setting every Individual curl lu motion. "Well , I'd Juut like to HOC one of 'em try 111" "SI ain't inennln' no Imrm , " put In Abigail Jane gently. "He's Just sorter Blow ; tlmt'H all. " "Sorter slow ! " retorted Mrs. Ilowell. "Well , lie's kept oft" every other inun for the best part of your life , an' It's his botinden duty to marry you. Ho loves you , an" you love him. " A faint pink tint crept Into Abigail Jano'H face at her sinter's plain speak ing. When Silas Hopkins had first courted her , a charming girl of eight een , his boyish compliments had brought a warm glow to her faee , but the blood courses more slowly at thir ty-four. SI had always meant to marry her , but somehow ...

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 — 30 May 1902

! NORFOLK N KWS : FHI DA Y , MAY 30,1902. Norfolk Branch of the Western Conservatory. TWO EVENINGS OF MUSIC. Exorcises Untlor the Direction of Mrs. Corn A. Dools , teacher Pu pils of All Grades Tnko Part In tlio Rccltnl Miss Blakoly Graduates. The sixth imminl rommonoomont of the Norfolk branch of the Western con- eorvntory of inuHlo which wmi hold at the .Auditorium Frldiiy and Saturday ovonlngs of last week uiidor the dlroo- tlou of Mrs. Com A. UuolH , toaohor , was enjoyed by a largo number of the music loving people of Norfolk and surround ing country , the attendance at tlio on- Bomblo rooltal Saturday availing being particularly largo and brilliant. The programs prcRonted both ovonliiBB were well arranged to plenHo and show the accomplishments of the pupils in the various grades of work , the beginner an vroll an the accomplished Htmtimt of mnslo having a share all tending tojdiow the olTootivo teaohlng'of thnlrliJHtruotor in giving the right conception of musical - cal study ...

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 — 30 May 1902

r' THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , MAY 30 , 11)02. ) SATURDAY SIFTINGS. E. Unrr wns up from Stauton yester day. day.Johu Johu Nnpcr of ISwhig wns n city vis Itor yesterday. Mr. nud Mrs. Bcluivlniul of Mndicoi are in' the city. Miss Cnrrio Hupp of Winsido is a vis i itor'in the city. Miss Mulloii went to Omaha'on th cnrly trniu this morning. A. N. Gorecko is expected homo fron Omnhn tonight to spend Sandny. Mrs. Bert O'Banion of Buffalo Qnp S. D. , is visitiiig with Norfolk fricuds Mrs. Elln Mason nnd Kvn Mohrmni of Pierce attended the recital last night MissEuln Tarbell arid Miss Nellii Rothwell of Creighton are city vislton today. Mrs. A. H. Corhett of Madison at tended the commoucoinout recital IUB evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Coleman wel corned a little daughter to their honu yesterday. The High school orchestra , which hni usually held a tneeting Saturday nighte will not meet tonight. Fred Hoyt and Samuel Hoyt , sr , ant Samuel Hoyt , jr. , were city vihiton yesterday from Gordon. A ...

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 — 30 May 1902

10 TIIH N'ORFOLIC NHWS : FRIDAY , MAY 30 , 1902 , WEDNESDAY WRINKLES , F. K , Hiutmnn wns in ( h Sugar Oily yesterday from Stnnton. Mm. , T. M. Alden of Plorco wns n visitor in Norfolk yesterday. Mr. nud Sirs. V , tf. Uclnn of Pllgor wcro Norfolk guests yontordny. Hov. Ii.V. . Houddor Mid futility loft today for tholr now homo In Laurel , Sheriff , T. J. Olomontrt lUiilJolut .loticfi of MiulUon wore city visitors yesterday. Mr. nud Mrs. M. It. Kmihford were Norfolk visitors yoBtordny from Croon , Uoyd county. MIBB Edith Morrow entertained the teachers of the Lincoln Rohool nt ten lust evening. Miss Jessie Brldgo loft oti the onrly train for Oumlm and will visit friends there- and nt Fremont for'a woolf , J. W , White will leave for Wisconsin Monday where ho goes b toumit the farm owned by II. II. HorWflon of Mad ison. ison.Mr. Mr. and Mru. Ed. Ifnmmbl of Slonx Olty nro hero to iittoud tliQ funornl of Mrs. Ilumlnol's hrothor , Trod Drum- tunnd. Mrs. II. J. MoMnnuH , who has hoon visi...

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 — 30 May 1902

rilESNOKFOLK is'KWS : FRIDAY , MAY M , 1JHI2 , Lost Sight n or r'The Light That failed" Kipling's pathetic tale of the artist Who lost his sight , teaches a moral The eyes are the bread winners. take care of them. Have them examined. Know that they are right. We are eye experts. Satisfaction guaranteed , ' OR , IPQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. WE WILL LOAN You MOKEY to buy or pay off present loan on long time nud sumll payments. See our list Elkhorn Building & Havings Ass'n T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH FINE GROCERIES. PARISH We Offer Many Genuine Bar gains This Week , Several Fine Chamber Suits , Dressers , Book Cases , Sideboards , Leather Rockers and Couches , etc. , at Cost and Less Than Cost. "Why not moke out a list of what you need and come and see us , it is univers ally conceded that we have the finest Block topickrfrominall nor u Nebraska anil it impossibles tnat you * Jean * secure juBfiwhat you. want "at /excep'tion'ally lowlfiguref > J" - i ...

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 — 30 May 1902

Kansas Republicans Nominate a State Ticlcct , UNANIMOUS FOR ROOSEVELT Enthusiasm for the President Is the Chief Fcnturo I" the Wichita Con vention Qeoroo E. Cole Elected ( Temporary Chairman. Wichita , Kim , Mny 29. The Koptib- llcnn stnto convention lnnl nlitht nomi nated the followhiK tlclcut : ( lovornor , cx-CongroHsnmn Wllllnm 3 , llalloy of Unlloyvllio ; llciitonuut governor , D. J. Ilanna of Hill City ; noerotnry of utato , Joseph U. Burrow of Hmllh Conlor ; treasurer , Thomas T. Kelly of Miami ; nttornoy Ronornl , C. 0. Ooleiniia of Clay Contur ; imporliitonilonl of lunar- nnco , I. T. Dnyhoff of Iltitchlnaon ; Biiperlntondcnt of public Inntrnclton , Charles II. LulliiK of Wichita ; auditor , Both 0. Wolln of IBrla ; mi- promo JuBtlcos , six year terra , II. S , Mason of Oarden City , J. C. Pollock of Wlnflold nd A. L. ( Irecno of Newton ; four year term. A. II. Hills of Uololt ; two year term , 10.V. . Gunning- ham of Kmporla ; couiremmmn-at- larfjo , C. S. Scott of lola. T...

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 — 6 June 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. , , , , , , NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY IUiNH (5 ( 1002 .Revival of Ticup Possible Aftcj Settlement With Packers. PARTIAL VICTORY FOR THf. MEN Packers Will Not Discriminate Af A"t. v Members of Union Scale Is , Cents Per Hour Less Than That I First Demanded by the Men. Chicago , Juno 6. Quiet rolgned la the turbulent stock yards district yesterday - torday as a result of the settlement of the meat teamsters' strike , but the happiness of the raou was marred .Bomowhat by a report that the pack ers will refuse to re-employ leaders among the striking teamsters. This Las caused much uneasiness among the men and there were muttcrings i that if those who have been active in the recent disturbances shall be forced into Idleness because of their conduct during the strike , there will ba further trouble at the stock yards. On inves tigation it was found that several workmen employed in the yards had recently been discharged. These men declare that they have been ...

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 — 6 June 1902

THR7rkllFOl.K PUT DAY. .TITNK W. N. UUBIC. I'ubllflbor. DAILY , , IM7. Brnn day 8nmt r. llr carrier i > er k , f& cuU mail l'r J r , tf.CO. WKltKI/Y NKW8..IOU11NAI. . . . Tl > Journal , P tat > IMie < l 1OT7 Rrtrr Friday , llr mull i r jear , 11.50. BnUrott at tti I'oitolllcs at Norfolk , Neb , , at naltnr , 'I l honNi ! Kdltnrlftl Dflpnrlmwit , Nn. ZJ liiM * UUIc * am ) Job Room * , No. Sit. Republican Stnto Convention. The rtnnbllcaui of lli itnta of Nnhrmkn aril Jierrl.j called to meet In convention , at tlio Attdltorinm , In tiie city of Lincoln , on Wed- jiiMl ) , Jtiiie 1C , IW2 , t 2 o clock In tlio afternoon - noon , for the imriHitB of | ilncln In nomlnntlon eanilldntei for llio followln olllco , to bo otwl for at the neil KWiernl election , to held In the InUof Nehrnika , November 4,11 > OJ , Ut One COTonior , one llaiitcunnt itoveinor. ono Micro- tary of tale , ono anilllor of imbue Hccomil * one tTMMirtr , one ( iipertiitonilnnt of iiulillc In traction...

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 — 6 June 1902

r THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE (5 ( , UH)2. Final Vote on Measure in Sen ate is 48 to 30. M'LAURIN ACTS WITH MAJORITV Hoar , Mason and Wellington Vote With the Democrats Tilt Between I Dietrich and Patterson Nebraska t Senator Withdraws His Words. Washington , Juno 4. Shortly after o'clock yesterday atternoou the sen ate passed the Lodge Philippine gov ernment bill by a vote of 48 to 30. Three Republicans , Hoar ( Mass. ) , Ma- eon (111. ( ) and Wellington ( Md. ) , voted against the measure , and one Demo crat , McLaurln ( S. C. ) , voted for It. ft , , All amendments offered by the minorIty - / Ity were rejected. > r The debate on the measure has been In progress seven weeks and two days. Lodge ( Mass. ) , chairman of the Philippine committee , who has been unremitting in his advocacy ot the measure , was the recipient of many cordial congratulations on his successful conduct of the bill. Just at the close of the discussion a sharp exchange occurred between Dietrich ( Neb. ...

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 — 6 June 1902

NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE (5 ( , ] W)2. ) Only Hitch Is on Recognition of Strikers' ' Union , t .RIOTING BECOMES MOHE PIERCE piravan , of Thlr y- l * Meat Faces Torrents of Ml"ll s Police , Pow fci | tn Suppress Wild Dlsof | riers Scores of Pefcons Injured , Chicago , Juiiu 5 lrlv ) w | iy men cnyoraij wli | ) iluut ninj liood | , many of Ilium Imroly uliju friiin onliHimllnn to linlil Hiu lulnu In tlwlr linnda , Ililily | x jiiout > Y H < ) IIH enliirud jlio njuln Kiilu of tilio Unlnii ulncU y a nl a Inn ) nlulil ainlil n uhpwur of bloiiuH , lirlnkn , liollhm mill atlnlia , TliuvniijB ( ( ( ( Kimrdod liy live patrol wniioiiH Illluil wl | | > hno- | coutH. ami ( wo oinnHiufiuH crnwdud to < lm fulk'Bt rnnnnlly wllll pnlltiuwpn , WDIO nil ! | iu iciiirn from u ilullyory of fiiiiiiu | | | | ) to down town iirovlulon . ! ) , after ono of Iliti fi | > n > aiil dfij'a l ! Iliu blrUiu of tiu | liiitif puolfura1 . Many of tlio drlvuis , otljnUlu a ( tliu imclihiH IIOIIH...

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 — 6 June 1902

THE NORFOLK : NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE , 1002 , Undercurrent of Discontent . Chills London Celebration. IPRE83 AND PUBLIC PLEASED > Newspapero and Prominent Men of | British Metropolis Approve Peace Terms Boera Get Personal Liberty and Property No War Tax. London , Juno 3. The announce ment of peace In South Africa was celebrated lu London last night with A wild repetition of the Mafeklng celebration. Hundreds of thousands of people surged through the streets of London from White Chapel to UucklnffHum palace , but never at any tltuQ did thu crowds equal thoao which created the verb "to maafflck.1 There was a tremendousnolae In the streets , A pandemonium of horns and cheers and the coarse jests of costers , but the' abandon which marked the an nouncement of the rollefa of Mafeklng and Ladysmlth was lacking. Women , many of thorn carrying babies , boys , drunken loafers and others glad of any excuse to defy the law and order rwore the principal elements In the ragged processions passi...

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 — 6 June 1902

THE NOftFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 6,19 2. 1 etas The Fourth of July IB coming , no IB Norfolk's celebration , Both of thorn nro worth waiting for and the latter -will bo worth a trip ncross the conti nent to BOO , Thonrmyof the United StateB hrw T > ocn reduced 10,000 men by order of IVosidont Roosevelt , and If there nro nny who are Btlll toning leop for fear the country IB drifting iuto inllltnrlnin , they should bo comforted by this order nnd tivko a nnp , Ooni Paul Krueger was one who did not rocolvo the imuouncomont of terms of pence in South Africa with delight. When ho hoard thonews ho exclaimed , "My God , It IB iinpOBHlblol" Now that peace hnn been declared in South Africa , the British people will have more time to devote to the com mercial aggressiveness of America , nnd to fleeing If there IB any prospect of lop l ping oiT a few hundred square miles of American territory in Alaska. f It in evident that the populate of the Third congressional diRtrict propose to HOO wh...

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 — 6 June 1902

THE NOEFOLTv NEWS : FIUDAY , .It'KK ( I , 1002 , MISS MIFFETS AND TOMMY By S. T. STERN , JOOJ. ty the S. S. McClurt Comjxwjy Miss MIffctts , ( he stenographer , had lost her breastpin. That was all. And yet there was ns much mlo In the olllco as though n imnlc wore raging In the HtrcL-t outside. Tompklns. the book keeper , got down on his knees. Doddle- by , the head clerk , absently searched every nook and crnnny of his desk Miss MlfTetts herself was In tears. It was n keepsake from mamma. It had three lovely rubles and n diamond n real diamond. Oh , dear , she was sure absolutely positive that she had It on her dress when she came to the of fice that morning ! Despite nil efforts to recover It the pin remained In obsti nate obscurity. It was then they sum- tnoncd Tommy , the new olllce boy. They did not even know his name. Tompklns said "Ulchard. " but Tommy did not stir. Let them come and gut him. They were only clerks , after all. Doddh'by called "Jack , " but Tommy persisted at...

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 — 6 June 1902

TITF ; NDTITOLK : NWSriu DAY , , i I/NE G , 1002 ; , . Norfolk Pays Tribute to the Soldier Dead , FLOWERS DECORATE GRAVES. Flngs are Plncotl nt Hnlf Mnst and Business is Generally Suspended During tlic Afternoon Program at Ilio Auditorium. Trnm Batimlfty'ft Daily Memorial tiny was perhaps nioro gen erally observed yesterday than it linn over before boon in thin city. Not only were the members of G. A. H. post inter ested in strewing bloiwoniH of romoin- bmnoo over the graven of departed com- ratios , but the public generally l > ocnnio very innoh interested in the day , thoHO who htul loved OUCH gone before , enter ing into the spirit of the day and making it ix Memorial for all who rest in the silent city of the dead. The vronthor wan partlonlarly dis agreeable , a raw south wind making it moro like n November day than ono of the lant of May , but the weather did not prevent u largo attondaneo nt all the Horvlcos. Karly in the day carriages commenced carrying people to the com- ...

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 — 6 June 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , , IUNF (1,1902. ( 0 And the Base Ball Season in Norfolk Was On. PALE FACES SCALP INDIANS. The Fans were out in Force and Ex hibited Keen Delight in the First Showing of Curves on Display. Games in Detail. From Satimlay'B Daily : The base ball season is on mid in n mnnuer thnt is an effective argument in Bnpport of the belief of their admirers thnt the Norfolk team is one of the best amateur teams in the state. They ecalped the Indians plenty and not only did it easily but added tortures of which the aboriginal Americans had formed no conception. They handed them goose eggs that were reluctantly re ceived , they killed them on bases and off of bases ; they caught their fouls and flies ; kept them almost constantly away from home , fanned them in their agony and culminated their punish ment by piling a ton or two of burden some scores on their prostrate forms. The first game was so easy thnt the boys got to playing horse a little with the result that some o...

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 — 6 June 1902

TILE NORFOLK KEVVS : FRIDAY , JUNE G , 1002 , Men Who Will Have Charge of the Celebration. A DIG TIME ON JULY FOURTH The Executive Committee of ths Com- morclnl Club Acts Promptly And Those Who Will Arrnngo Details of the Event are Selected. The executive commit too of the Com- inorolnl club luw taken liold of the Fonrth of July arrangements In a manner that IH vigorous nml refreshing nutl should i\ot IIH nn liiHiiltntioii to the oonunlttooB selected to carry out the details of the work. The committees Imvo boon immoil and they have already commenced laying plans to umko the coming Fourth of July oolobratlon ono long to bo remembered iu thin emotion of the atato. It Hhould bo dlfltlnotly understood that no loyal citizen of Norfolk IB too busy to attend to the duties asslsnod him In oonuootlou with the forthoomlng event. Following are the immos of the committees appointed by the oxooutlvo commlttoo of tlio Com- uioruial club , the first uanio given bolng the chairman of the commlttoo...

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 — 6 June 1902

> JR THE NORFOLK NEWS : V1UDAY , JUNK fi , 1002. 11 Does Your Watch Keep Time ? < If not , we'll ' cure it , nud when wo 4get through with it you'll wonder * wby yon didn't think of ns long before. AH Our Work Guaranteed No hasty , Blirshod job leaves onr shop. , i Our Prices -Reasonable for Skilled Workmanship ) ' \fl J I NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Dr. i Kjes Examined. Glasses Filled. Coreel , -reel FjtJ a j ( hmriiulceit. NOUFOLK , NEHRAbKA r This conplo nre dead tired of looking for n lioutc to reut that will eutt thorn If they arc wine , they will bay a property t ro'.tlio Kikliorn Building and SUVIIIRS Association ou li n ; time and email pajmentB. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH FINE GROCERIES. PARISH PIANOS. THE OHIOKERLNG. "I qnlte realize that the tone of the Ghickering piano is finer and more beautiful than can be found in the pianos of any other maker , bnt I cannot Bee why this should be ; I cannot under stand why the Chiokering should be alone in this delightful quality ...

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 — 6 June 1902

II t THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 0 , 1902. Epilepsy weakens the body and de grades the mind. It saps the nervous strength that is the source of all health , nnd perverts the functions of every organ. Because of its stubborn nature , it is often called incurable. This is not true. There is one medicine that never fails to check the nervous spasms nnd give new strength to the entire system. "My little chl ' " " 1 epH Psy so * > d that In one day ilie suffered seventy- one fits. The doctors L'nvc her up to die , but I > ccan clvinp her Dr. Miles' Nervine nud now she 1 perfectly well It took five bottles to effect a cure. " MRS. ADIK LF.WAU.KN , Slloam Springs , Ark. Dr. Miles' Nei'vSne allays nervous irritation , stops spasms , restores di gestion and mental vigor. Sold by druggists on guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co. , Elklmt , Ind. ASK Druggist Tor 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE. Ely's ' Cream Balm Glvoi Helle ! at once. It cleanses , Bnothru nnd brnne. U ciiri'nCnlnrrli - - - - niul ...

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 — 13 June 1902

_ THE fe S QLE WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. . . " ' ' ' /I'flJ - : - - NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JUNK 13. 1902. Mob Rules at Pawtucket Until - til State Troops Appear. TROUBLE IS WITH THE CARMEN Pcputy Sheriffs Inside Cars Reply to Fusillade of Stones by Firing Into j Their Assailants and Stray Shot ( Fatally Wounds Boy , Pawtucket , R. I. , Juno 13. For the iflrgt tlmo In the history of the city , bayonets in the hands' ot soldiers or tdorod oiit by the governor of the state to suppress riotous disturbances , glistened In the streets of Pawtucket .yesterday. The astonishing increase in the number of lawless acts , directed against the United Traction company , whose union men have been om strlkt since June 2 , and the Inability of the limited police force and deputy shop iffs to suppress rioting , Induced Gov ernor Klmball to call out the ml lltia. Numerous scenes of disordei occurred during the day and more than a score of people were Injured -ono fatally. In the presence of about one...

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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