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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 June 1902

THE N011FOLK NEWSI : FRIDAY , JUNE 13 , 1902. \ The flotff oik flcuus W. N , UUHUJ. I'ubllHhor , DAILY , Kutablbhed , 1JW7 , Kran clay atpupl Hnnday , Hy carrier i > f rak , 15 eentn. Uy mall per year , fl.OO , WBltKLY NK\VH.HUItNAI. ) . Ih Nawi , MtAMInliad , ISM , Tim Jonrnal , Mlabllahad 1817 Xvery Friday , lly mtll p ryearfl.W. CnUred at tlia I'oeloftloe at Norfolk , Noli , , M Meoodclati mnltor , TdanhonMt Kdltorlnl Porarlmen } , No. M | BntlnMi Olllce nud Job Uoomi , No , 321 , Republican Stnto Convention. Tlio reiniWIcMii of llm ( title of NotirniliB lira liarvlv cnlled lo m e In rnnvoullou , t tlin Andllorlnm , In tlm city of l.liicoln , on Wwl- nwdiiyJnii IV , WC , nt 2 o'clock In tlio nftor. noon , for ttm jinnnii * of ulndm. In nominal on wndldnte * for Hie foMowiiiu offlew , lo > o irolril Tor l tlio noit aentrnl flooilon , In i lie'd In Uio InUofNebrniU. NoToml > r4 , IWS , tll Ono KOTfnior , ouu llentonnut itoveuwr , ono iccro- Ury of Mate , onaniidllar of tmb...

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 — 13 June 1902

Ll I , ,1 , . THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 13 , IH02. Destructive Wind Sweeps Over Narrow Strip in Minnesota. FARM BUILDINGS DESTROYED. Property Loss Is Estimated at $100- 1 000 Track of the Storm Is Mile and a Half Wldo and Fifty Miles I Long Tornado In Iowa. St. Paul , Juno 11. A tornado of marked severity prevailed yesterday evening over sections of Clay and Becker counties and across the south- cm portions of the White Earth In dian reservation. It Is reported that fifteen lives wore lost , many people Injured and great damage done to farm property , many dwellings , barns and outbuildings being destroyed. The region throughout which the storm prevailed Is comparatively sparsely settled , and remote from telegraphic communication and details of the etorm are therefore meager. The list of dead Includes the fol lowing : Mrs. O. A. Berg , wife of a farmer living near Voss , killed by fallIng - Ing timbers ; four children of Andrew Holn , living north of Ulen , killed by collaps...

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 — 13 June 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 13 , 1002. Dozen Deaths and Untold Property Loss in Tornado , WIND DLOWS 100 MILES AN HOUR Strip of Country a Hundred Miles Wide and Two Hundred Miles Long In Central Part of Stnto Is Devastated. Bloomlngton , 111. , Juno 12. SweepIng - Ing over a stretch of country 100 mlluu in width and devastating territory fully 200 miles long , extending from Livingston county on the north and Macouplu county on the Houth , and leaving Us mark clear acrons the fftco of central Illinois , a tornado Tuesday night Inflicted property IOBH which will aggregate a million dollars and cost a dozen lives. The brunt of the wtonn fell upon McLvun and adjoin ing counties. Lightning was inuctmaht for two hours , but was marked by an absence of thunderclaps. The wind reached a velocity of 100 miles nn hour and the visitation was the worst ever recorded In the history of central Illi nois. Almost complete Idleness of tel egraph and telephone lines for twelve hours made It Impo...

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 — 13 June 1902

u THE WJtFOLK NKWS : Fill DAY , JUNE ] JJ , 1002. A wet May Insures a big crop of hay. The best beef Is cqlled "export beef this because we seldom get any of It , to cat at home. * With a tank full of water , n piece of ( hose and a couple of good dogs a fnnn | may be rid in a day or two of all the gophers. This plan Is a success. ! l The surest cure for intemperance Is to simply quit drinking whisky , and , thp surest 'cure for the alleged extor- , tlons of the meat trust is to quit using cat. I It is estimated -that not less than 200,000 newly shorn sheep and their jlambs were destroyed by an unseason able blizzard of snow which prevailed | ln May in the Wyoming mountains. If So long as the American woman re- 'fuses to take a hand in milking the cows and it is likely to be quite a spell Just so long will there be no 'danger of overdoing the dairy business In this country. We noted n pigeon taking a drink the 'other day and found that this bird jdrlnks just as a cow or horse does a...

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 — 13 June 1902

* * f * * * l 8 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FJUDA Y , ,1UNE 13,1902 , Interstate Colnmicsion Decides In Favor of Norfolk. C. H. JOHNSON WINS A VICTORY. Tito Commission Concludes that Nor folk la Paying too Hlfih Rates nnd Says They Should bo Placed on n Lower Dasls. The case of Olms. II. Johnson of this city against tlio Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis nnd Omaha rnllrnnd , on ' tlio ulwrgo that the freight rates from Dulnth to Norfolk mid from Chicago to Norfolk nro unjtmt nnd unroiuion nblo , linn boon decided by the In torstivto commerce" " commission in fuvor of the olntuia miulo by Mr. .TohiiHon , This cnso Nvni commenced in July , 181)1) ) ) , mid Commissioner Prouty wan here iu February of 11)00 ) to take testimony. Later there wna n hearing of the cnso in Omnha nnd still later arguments and briefs wuro submitted in OhlcnRO. The telegram announcing the decision in na followB : "Washington , Juno 7. The inter- stnto commerce oonnnlttoo todny , by GommiBsioiior Yooumns , nnnouuood Its d...

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 — 13 June 1902

ttH&l THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 18 , 1002 , ' SATURDAY SITTINGS. J. J. Lndemon is homo for over Sun- day. day.Jos. Jos. NioholB was over from Madison yeuterdny. Al. Lomonds of Stanton was n visitor in Norfolk yesterday. Miff ? Esther Mason returned yesterday - day from a visit to Omaha. D. W. Hanlon , a teacher in the Til- den schools , was a city visitor yesterday. Mrs. W. A. Homlebcu went to Modi- BOP yesterday to visit with relatives am friends. Qeo. Spragnes , a McOormick oxperl from Chicago , will moke Norfolk his headquarters dnring the season. M D. Tyler has gone to his old home In Indiana , being called by a message announcing that his mother is seriously sick. sick.Mrs. Mrs. Lewis Hirschy of Pipestone , Minn. , is visiting at the homes of htr daughters , Mrs. James and Mrs. John Qildea. Jos. Patton , who has been in the city for a few days in the interests of Bellevue - vue college , is the guest of his friend , Frank Osborne. Stanton has had some of the clay tro...

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 — 13 June 1902

n iiii vivnn-nrv VHWQ. innnAV .ITriSTR 151 Republicans Convened at Fre mont Today. IT LOOKS LIKE A DEADLOCK. Votes nro Well Divided Among the Field of Onndldntos-Vlgorous Res- olutlonn nro Adopted Attempt P. Mndo to Adjourn. . Fremont , Nob. , Juno 10 , 3-l5 : p. in Special to Tun NICWH : At this hour the republican convontlou for the Third congressional district In session here for the purpose of nominating a candi date for congress , has not Iwou success- fnl in completing its work nml the proa- pootfl nro for n domllook that will pro long the mooting IndoUnltely , At thin hour there Imvo heou one lufoniml ixnd eight Infonnnl ballot * taken , the eighth ballot which was M follows , holng n fair fiamplo of these that preceded it : Brooks of Knox , -15 ; HAIIBOII of Plntto , 14 ! .Tonal of Cedar , 24 j McCarthy of Dlxon10 ; Young of Stantou , 8.1 ; Vail of Hoono , 1)5 ) ; Wiltso of , 11J Boyd of Antelope , a. Madison county's vote has heou divided , giving three votofl to each of th...

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 — 13 June 1902

T 1L THE NORFOLK NRW8 : FRIDAY , JUNE 13 , 11)02 ) , 11 IF YOU WANT Watches iu gold , gold filled , silver niul silveroid , with Elgin , Wulth. am and other movements. Jewelry of every description nt low prices. Olminp , chnrms , rings , pins , collar and cuff buttons , etc. Clocks from a email nit kel to n fancy pnrlor clock , of the best makes and guaranteed good time keepers. A Special , reduced price of 10 % on sil verware this month , go to G. F. W. MARQUARDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK - NEBRASKA. Eyes Examine ! Glasses Filled. Correct Fit Qunrnntcctl. NORFOLK , NEBIUSKA tcrYRKNT By saving a nickel daily , &he will have enough at the age of twenty to buy a good lot. She can then borrow of the Elkhorn Building and Savings As sociation enough to build a house and let the rent pay the loan. T. E. ODIOENE , Secretary. PARISH FINE GROCERIES. PARISH PIANOS. THE OHIOKERINQ. "I quite realize that the tone of the Ohickering piano is finer and more beautiful than can be found in the pianos ...

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 — 13 June 1902

rrrK NTOIMOI.TC IVIMI.AV. TIIMR is Ravenna Capsizes Near Du- buquc and Four Men Drown. FIFTEEN OF THE CREVY SAVED Cling ( o Overturned Hull Until Tnkon ! Off by a Pnsslng Steamboat Cnp. l tnln nnd Three Othoro Oo Down i With Ill-Fnted Vessel. t 1 Uulmquo , In. , Juno in. A tornado yesterday ovoiturnod and Hank the titciunor llnvonnu , at Mnquotuchiuito , four nillcH ii ] ) the river. Tito captain nntl thruo othorn were dro > vnod. The Rtoamor Teal roacuod llftuou inon , who clunR to the bottom of the Ha- vonna. Tlio dead : Captain John Hey , millwator ; Clerk llyion Tunic , Still- Ayator ; Ixiula Walker , Hliodon Land- IDK ; boy naniod Doll , I-aGioHKo. The tornado ntruck the titoamor without warning iul It hoolcd over to starboard. The crow were thrown into the \vixtcr , but uouio of thorn man- BRIM ! to crawl up on the bottom of the upturned iitcainer. Captain Hey wet u { the wheel , with all the wlndown In the pilot hoiiHo cloaod , nnd wan caught i\H In a trap. Clerk Trunk wan...

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 — 20 June 1902

j TFE NORFOLK w EEKLT ws JMAL , , , , , NORFOLK NE1MASKA FRIDAY JUNK 20 11)02 ) Adopts 'Spdoner ' Substitute for Hepburn Canal Bill. HAS .MAJORITY OF EIGHT VOTES Provides foMhe Issuance of $130,000 , * . 000V In 2 Per' Cent Gold Bonds for 1 f V * ' * ' | Building and for a Supervising Com- j mission Morgan 'ClosesDebate.l Washington , .Juno 20. An Isthmian canal , while not assured , Is nearer to construction than it has over been. , The -senate yesterday , by a majority of eight votes , adopted the Spooner substitute for the Hepburn Nicaragua canal bill , the vote on the substltuto being 42 to 34. After two amend * xnents to the measure had been adopt * ed , one providing for a commission of seven to supervise the construction of the canal and the other providing for the issuance of $130,000,000 of 2 per cent gold bonds to raise money with which to construct the waterway , It was passed by a vote of G7 to G. It has been evident for several days that the Spooner substitute , which ,...

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 — 20 June 1902

ft , 'S THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. .JUNE 20 , 1902 , W. N , UOB1C , PubllnUor. DAILY. DAILY.ri. ri. mi , t > or rtV,7i esuts , lly mall per i'ei\r , tf.DO. WKRKI.V NKTVH.JOUUNAI. . Tb. New , , " ' 'j | . , , MUMhe , Kvsry 1 JtaUr * ! at tha I'oitoillc * at Notfolki Neb. , at te oed elan matter , ilsphon l Kdltorlnl Doparlment , No. H | HwlnsM Olllc * and Job ftiwmi. No. " REPUDLICAN TICKET. Stntos For Ooiernor JOHN H. MICKEY For Lieutenant ( Unornor K. H. AlrOii.TON 4 .Douglnt J'orTrimnnror rjsritn M I TIWHON . . .Vnlley TorfocretnryofHtato- - " U. A. MMIHII " KlclmnUon For Aodltor CHABLKS WK-JTOS Blierlilan For8\iporliitomlmitof \ I'nlilln Itilrucllon \Vii.UAMK. FOWI.KB \Vii lilti ton For Attorney do ornl- PRANK N. VROUT Mingo For Land CotnniUtloLor- OKOIUIK 1) . Fou.tucn Nnclmlln Congressional. For ConKtoMmaii , Third plttrlct- JOIIN J. MiCAimiv .Dliou The Wuyno Herald says that a very fine rain fell there Saturday. It was ft decidedly coarse rain hero , the drops bolng nbout I...

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 — 20 June 1902

Sensational Story of Itfe Dis covery Afloat in London. CORONATION MAY BE A V1A8CO London Authorities Urged to ( Take Steps' to Prevent Its Failure Be. fire" It It Too Late Dccdratt ns Almost RUlned by Rain. London , . Juno 18. A sensational etoryls current In London of the dis-i covery of'a plot to assassinate King' ! Edward. This fltory lifts created con siderable1 discussion in newspaper and other-circles , but It Is'lacking ' In1 anything llko ofilclal confirmation. According to the current report King Edward's ' * Btldden Illness at Aldorshot1 was not due to a cold , but was merely an excuse-for withdrawing his maj esty.'from public functions o-vlng to the' ' discovery by Scotland Yard of a plot against his life. The principals In this plot have not yet been arrest ed. It is cited in confirmation of this Btory that King Edward's recovery vhen he was ensconsed at Windsor castle was as complete as his1 attack had been sudden. * London , Juno 18. The coronation a < j a public sp...

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 — 20 June 1902

v THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 20 , 1002 , -V .1 Polk County Man Nominated on Thirteenth WQILTON FOR/SECOND PLACE Mortensen la Nnmed for State Treas urer on First Ballo' Convention 'Endorses 'Administration of Presi dent , Roosevelt. Lincoln , Juno'19. The Republican utnto convention nominated thu follow ing ticket ! For Governor John Hi Mickey ; For Lieutenant Governor E. G. Mo Ollton. For Treasurer Peter MortonBcn. For Secretary of Stuto G , A. Marsh. * " "For Auditor Chnrlcs Weston. For Superintendent of Instruction William K. Fowler. For Attorney General F. N. Prout. For Commissioner of Public Lands George D. Follmor. . The convention was one of the moat i : numerously attended , most onthuslas- tie , most Btubbornly contented and most protracted In the history of the party. There was the moot extreme tension and at several points In the proceedings It seemed that the chief prize , the governorship , was about to bo snatched , now by thin candidate , now by another , until f...

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 — 20 June 1902

TIIK NORFOLK KKWS : 'KUIIUY , JUNE 20 , 1 02 , Woodchucks , crows , skunks and spar row Increase in number as the country "becomes more thickly settled. It takes Just ns much of the itcrtlllty of the soil .to grow nnd mature n lot bt weeds ns It does to grow n crop of use- f ul vegetables or grain. The crops of n dry season when not too dry are always far more satisfacto ry than those of a moderately wet sea son , quality better , less waste in har vesting. -1' , The enormous crops of strawberries raised in North Carolina on the coast have extended the season of cheap Btrawberrles for all the large northern cities nearly one month. The specific gravity of wood varies ' more than one would think , n cubic foot of white cedar weighing only twenty-eight pounds when dry and n cubic foot of lignum vita ? 83Ms pounds. ' One of the most profitable Industries of the western farm today is the grow ing of hogs. A ten-month-old pig which now sells for over $20 will not cost the producer over $...

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 — 20 June 1902

N. THE NORFOLK NEWS : FULDAY , ,1UNE 20,1902 , \ American trade with Huwnll IMN in- 'creased ' from i 00K)0 , ( ) in 187-1 toll ,0)0 ) , . 000 In 1W)1 ) f-howlngHomoihltiKqf which American devel6pmont in cnpublo , , A WnsliiiiRtoit correspondent thinks that , "llnvluK been twice bofeiitcd for president , it would bo n decided coino down for Mr Hryan to bo simply de feated forKovi-rnor. " Mr. Hryan i.n y an well prepare n loo- turt ) to bo delivered to the. democrats of Illlnol * for iKiioriiiK tbo vltnl prinol- plon of hitter dny democracy. It loolcn very much as though the enemies' couutry is onlnrKlnR. Tbo irrigation bill just punned makes ffi.OQO.OOO available for tbo first steps toward the reolaumtlon of tbo nrid west. Tbo appropriation should bo nmdo to menu more for tbo develop ment nnd bt'iioflt of tbocommoncountry tlmn nny nppropriiition over mudo by congress. All thu rupubllctin ooiiKronsional con- -volitions nro having thnt dead-lock feature , A ropubllcnn nomination for c...

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 — 20 June 1902

THE NORFOLK NWS : F1UDAY , JUN12 20 , 1002. A.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAJLAAAAAAAA * CALLED DOWN By Donylus Z. Doty Cup ) right , 1003 , by 7. Doty By birth n gentleman , by force of clr- icumstnnces a jnck of nil trades , by pro- V fesslon n raconteur ! Such was my record when I arrived , in England , whither the fame of mysteries stories had preceded me. Almost di rectly received a letter from Lord Brovrcr -Tontowcrs castle , In Surrey , 'requesting mo to come down to his place , as ho was entertaining a largo Jiouse party. The castle , founded as a monastery , Tvas a most roumnllc pile , representing In Us various towers- mid wings a sue- "Cession of architectural periods. Its innze of winding corridors and hidden stairways suggested mystery tfnd In vited cxploiatlon. My Initial appearance before Lord Brower's guests was to be at dinner , f and 1 spent the last moments before leaving my apartment In reading over the list of topics I had Jotted down for use dm Ing the evening. A racimtet/r Is...

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 — 20 June 1902

* * wwiRii < ii0 TUB NORFOLK NEWS : FJUDAY , JUNE 20,1902 , \ Silk Goods Taken from Scott Mercantile Company. OARSON AND GANG ARRESTED. Olrcumstnncos Point to Thorn ns the Guilty Pnrtlos Carson Already Has n Jail Record Vnluo of Goods Ap- proxlmnto 400 or $500. I'romBftttmlny'i IMIIri Ohlof of Pollen Kaiio In follollatlng hhiiflolf over the fact tlmt ho hn bagged n nest of thlovofl that han been bother ing him for HOIUO tlnio , with the proa poet that ho will got rid of thorn for a year or two nt ntiy rnto mid that the re straining nnd reforming wall of the pen itentiary will Imvo Jurisdiction over thorn for n time , The iioflt moatlonod IH thoOnrnon gang tlmt luvs hoou operating from tlmt homo lu Nonow'fl addition for fiomo tlmo. Oarnou , the loader , 1ms boon np before polloo court twlco boforo. The llrst tlmo ho was wrested for Btcallng liogs from a Htoclc car in the F E & M. V. yards at the Junotion. The ovldeuoo wan lacking to convict him of the theft nnd ho WHS given II...

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 — 20 June 1902

Uff- \ TITRNOKFOUCNKWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 20 , 1002 , Fourth Iowa Regiment Band Engaged , ORGANIZATION OF 20 PIECES. Will bo Here From Slouy Clty'tp De light Lovers of Music Two of the Best Bands of the West Will Piny In tNorfolk Other Attractions. , The hustlers for the Norfolk Fourth of July celebration have added now honors to themselves nnd another .splen- , did feature to the program for the day. The new feature is in mmic and is n farther guarantee that the quality day will bo of the best afforded in the west and n continuous concert of hlfjh grade band music during the day , The latest acquisition is Reed's Pomtli Iowa Regiment Military baud of Sioux City. This band is composed of twenty pieces and every man is a thorough mns.cian. It has a deserving fame in Sioux City and throughout Iowa for the quality of inusio furnished With this baud and the Twenty-second infantry bund of twenty live pieo.R Norfolk is in ape po ition to promise th > ise who will ba her guists on the nati...

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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