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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 July 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY H , 1002. .f aOVGRNMENT CROP REPORT , , Av'crnoo Condition of Wheat , Corn ' and Onto. y WanhltiKlun , July It. Preliminary ' " returns to the iilntlstlclnn of llio tlo- ' ' | j > ft-unont of agriculture , on tlio ucro- ' * hjo of corn planted , Indicate an In- , v.cr < 'iiRo of nbout fl.ftaO.OOO aorufl , or 3.0 " ) ior cant on the nroa liumwtml lust ' . year. Of the twenty-live Hlntou and S , territories with n million IUTOH or un- 1 .ward In corn Iwmwtod lubt your , Iowa nnd Nobrasfca report an Increase of 1 per cent , Missouri a per cent , Kansas C per cent , South Dakota and Oklahoma 11 per cent. The average condition of the ( trowing crop on July 1 woa 87.5 , as compared with 81,3 on Buly 1 , 1901 , and a ton-year uvorugo of 8U. ! The condition In Iowa ami Nebraska was 00 , In Kunsaii and Ok lahoma 09 , In MIsBonrl 10 ! ! . The average - ago condition of winter wlicnt Im proved durlnii Juno nlno-tentlm of ono point , BtnnilliiK on July 1 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 — 18 July 1902

i \ THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. vJ' NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JULY 18 , 1002 , I Soft Coal Miners Practically Decide Not to Walk Out. WOULD NOT HELP SITUATION. President Mitchell Speaks Strongly Against General Walkout and Ad- cates Assessments Some Delegates Are Disappointed. Indianapolis , July 18. If the volro nnd influence of President Mitchell of the United Mine Workers prevail with f the members of his organization there will be no general strike of the or ganization. Thp chances of such a Btep being taken now are very remote. In his speech In the convention yesterday - terday afternoon Mr. Mitchell advised strongly against a Etrlkc and urged that the bituminous minors continue nt work and that a system of assess ment upon the members of the order , which he outlined , be carried Into ef fect as the best means of affording aid and support to the striking anthia- cite men In the east. Sentiment Against Strike. His recommendations , If adopted oy the convention yester...

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 July 1902

f/VI 77 V 11TTV TO W. N. UUS1S , Publisher. DAILY. lUUblltliecl , mi. .Uy KCi.pt . Bon.lnr. . P r eonti , iy ! mull per er , W.OO WEKKI.Y NKWfMOimNAI. , * , eilaMliliwl , ISM. . . , The Journal , ( iit l > ll lied 181 Kmy Friday. Hjr mull per yenr , $1.60. ItoUrctl nt tli PoiloUlce nt Norfolk , Nab. , ni neond olau matter. Kdltorlnl Dflimrtmorit , No. | tu OIlic * and Job Rooms , No. Ui. REPUBLICAN TICKET. State. For ( lovonior JOHN II. WICKET 1 < ) lk Kor Lieutenant ( lernor l H.U , M < GII.TON Doimlni KorTronMiror PKTKII MhtiTKNHON > nll y rorBocretnryofBUto- O. A. MAIIR Hlclinnldon For Auilltoc- CiunuiH WEHTON Hlierldan For Superintendent of PnWIc Instnictlim- WII.I.IAU K. Fowum For Attorney Qonornl FKANKN. TROUT For LnwKCommiMlonor ticoimn I ) . Fou.Miiit NncholU Congressional. For Coimrommtin , Third Dlitrlct- JOHN J. MrCAKTliY Dll ° Miss Morrison will probably bo con- tout to lot n just to her verdict stand the next tituo. The drat time oho was tried she received a...

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 July 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 18 , 11)02 ) , 'Cyclone ' Sweeps Northeastern Portion of North Dakota. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE IS FEARED Dorup , Eldorado and Thompson Total ly Wiped Out , RELIEF TRAINS ON THE WAY Communication With the Storm-Swept District Is Cut Off , but It Is Known the Tornado Was Severe and Laid Low Three Towns. , ' r St , Paul , July 1C. Tremendous damage anil , It Is thought , great loss of life , was caused by a terrific wind storm which last evening swept In a southwesterly direction from the In ternational boundary across the north eastern portion of North Dakota. Three towns , according to the meagro reports which wore obtainable , were totally wiped out. Telegraph lines are wrecked and there Is no communication with the section of the state where the most serious devastation Is thought to have been wrought by the tornado. Communication Cut Off. The first Intimation of the serious ness of the storm came at 8 o'clock , "when the Great Northern and North ern Pac...

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 July 1902

Ti-irc vnH.Fnr.ir vrcws. Tnaruv jrir.v Powder Magazine Explodes in Workings at Park City , Utah. EXTENDS TO ADJACENT SHAFT ftetcuera Fight With Deadly OOB and Two Porlih Trylno to Reach En t tombed Workera In Only-West and Ontario Mine * . Pnrlt City , Utah , July 17. Thirty- ) lve miners were killed In the Daly- Wont and Ontario mines yesterday- iwenty-nino In the Daly-West and nix in the Ontario. The dead recovered from the Daly- tVuHt nro : John McLnughlln , John purgy , Mllto Conlln , John Devlin , Hnr- fry Devlin , lllclmrd Dillon , John Fontu- l-ratono , John GUI , William Uinco , kohn 0111.William Lnnco , John Lively , John Mnlonoy , Joseph Mtirrln , Thomas McKownn , John McAullffc , Ellas Nel- pon. William SlmH. J P. Tlndoll. W. G. Wiggolnnd , Edward Hall , William liar- Jin. Dead remaining ! n Daly-West : J. Kckstrom , MIUo Crowley , John Carnoy , Fetor Hnrlan , Itoy JncUman , Thomas A. Kelly , Charles McAlllnden , P. M. D'Nolll. Dead In the Ontario : George Garvln , Willia...

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 July 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 18 , 1902 , Blue grass , butter and bunk accounts are closely allied. The deficient moral qualities of tlio mule about offset any benefit tlio cross produces in.a . physical way. It Is a very remote corner of the earth where may not bo found the products of this country in some former or other. Alfalfa Is being raised successfully In several localities In the state of Min nesota. This proves that It is not cold Weather which kills It There Is no reason why four or five town families could not keep a co operative town cow , thus securing a supply of pure milk at a minimum of cost Critically noting the relative merits of several varieties of strawberries Which we have fruited this season , we flnd the Warfleld well to the top ot the list The spring chicken is never killed to BO good a purpose as when two of them will Just flll a frying pan and two people arc supposed to make away ( With them. A six years' drought in Australia has converted a large prod...

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 — 18 July 1902

II'TTV 16 The JSioitfolk fl The Kdlot is the third republican newspaper of Oolumuui but its luitlnl inanca nro liutuniora. Columbus IB not the only town billed fern circuit on the 10th Norfolk ) m o'no on the sumo duto. 4 With ft Httlodry niicl warm wonthor the noise mndo by the growing corn may ketip norvonS pdbplo nwnko nights Mr. McCarthy will noon bo nssurct JIB to what one of the fuulonists ho wil bo compelled to wallow In the mud of ilofont tills fall. DuriiiK T. Piorpout Morgan' * Visit to Berlin ho IB using only fifty-one rooms in thfl hotel. How ho cnn exist in snol orninped up quarters is not uudorHtood Mr. Bryan IB so angry and BO cnustio that thi ( people nro beginning to believe tlint the reorganize nro cutting n con Hldernblo amount of lee iu the demo orntio cuiiip. * ' I'orhups congress would find that tin most effective way to stop those eoim torlnl Ihtico onconntorri would bo for 1 to pass a law doing nwny with thi calories of those voluntarily in mix-up. - The rnin...

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 — 18 July 1902

THE NQJlFQLIvNEWS : FUIBAY , JULY 18,11)02. ) i ; SUNBONNET | iiSUE t ! ! Copyright , iMi , liIziAa \ f\nruttr It was In July when Jock Cogglns came up tlio vnllcy. There had been no rain for a month , and the stage driver paid there was trouble nU along the line from Falling Deer. "Thcrc'.B a man , on the front seat , " Jerry Holmes said when the white covered , wagon came slowly up Main street Main stret was broad and dusty , nnd Tom Holmes' yellow dog , was sprawled out full length In Its center. "There's something else , too , " added Mrs. Holmes , shading her eyes with her aproil , "tumbled over In his 1pp. " The wagon drew up flve minutes later beside the yellow dog. "Got any water ? " ' called the stranger. "We've come out from Nebraska. " He lifted the tumbled something ten- dcrly in his , long , thin arms. A little pink sunbonnet fell In the dust of the road , and Tout's yellow dog strolled over and smelled of It interestedly. "Land , It's a baby girl ! " cried Mrs. Holmes ...

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 — 18 July 1902

8 THE NORFOLK. NEWS : FRIDAY. JULY 18.1002. . \ * $ Another Furious Storm Visits * .V This Section , $ WIRE LINES SUFFER MOST. s The Rain Cnmo In Torrents nnd was Driven by n High Wind Streets Bo- cnmo Rivers nnd the Gulch Goes on n Tenr Crops Cnmo Through Woll. Krom Monilnj'dDnllvi At the close of a hot sultry dny , this Hootlon was visited last evening by ono of the most aotivo storms of wind aud rain of the scnfion , The Htorm lasted , only about an hour but during that time 1.40 inches of rain fell. At (1 ( o'olook clouds began to appear in the northwest and it was noon evident that the regular dally nhowor would miiko its appearance ou timo. At 8 o'clock the Htorm broke a deluge of rain driven by n furious wind , accompanied by n sharp electric display. People who were out when the Htorm came were obliged to get under cover , ns it wan impossible to withstand the wind. In n short time the streets were running rivers. Corporation gulch was booming nud trees were tugging madly nt...

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 — 18 July 1902

f J > i A- THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , JULY 18 , 1902 , SATURDAY SITTINGS , Miss Ella Barrett is visiting friends iu O'Neill. ' Eugene Ehrhnrdt of Platuvlow was in Norfolk this morning. Electricity has replaced gas for light ing purposes in the postofllco. S. T. Black of Pierce was a bosiuoss visitor in the city this morning. Joseph Bartn of Sohuylor transacted bnsiness in the city this morning. Qeo. M. Gage.au extensive coal dealer of Chicago , was in Norfolk yesterday. Mrs. 0. E Burnham and daughter of Tilden arc visiting friends in Norfolk today. Bert Bnehner , Bob Buehuer nud wife went to Long Pine last evening for an ontingi 0. R. Foley returned yesterday from attending the cutters' convention in Chicago , t Mr. Rupert , 6r. , of Hooper was hero yesterday to attend the funeral of Henry Semrnler. Miss Hildreth Sisscn is to sing in the Methodist chnrch t Stauton tomorrow morning. Mis. Strelow and sou , George , of Long Pine were visiting friends in the city yesterday. A stalk ...

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 — 18 July 1902

w w vn w "IR * 10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 18 , 1902. Norfolk Won Easily From Bloomficld Yesterday. WILKINS FAMILY CAN DAT * II Wns n Slugging Match In Which the / Homo Boys Hit to Win The Score Stood 13 to 3 Double Plays a Feature of the Qanio. Easy money. from Thnwtnjr'i Dnlly : The score of 1 ! ) to ! l depicts at n glanoo the walk away in which the locals won from HlooinfluUl yostorclny. It was u Hlugglng match straight through and the butter luttorfl beat tlio gamo. The vlBltorrt scored twioo In tlio first niul ouco , again , In tli" sixth. The WH- Idim crowd closed upnlno squares In the second , ono in the sixth nnd thrco in the Rovonth. Tlio first tlmo up , the locals were rotlrod phenomenally on but three balls thrown. Tlio first three that ciuno over were driven to tlio intlold by Wood , Johnson and Again and promptly floldod. The second inning on the score card looks Ilka n row of post oillco boxes. After the immo of every man on the team , without n bronk down the...

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 — 18 July 1902

' THE NORFOLK HEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 18 , 1002. II . . .Watch Repairing. . . Watch repairing la our bus iness and wo give careful aud painstaking attention to it. Wo give special attention to repairing Fine Watches ; the kind that lived „ „ Extra Careful Adjustment. , . . Wo try to have our work give satisfaction , Hiioh as will win the confidence of all who leave their watch repairing with us. Wo want yon to feel that when you leave your watch with us for repair the work will bo done to the bust of our ability , and In a cVnn- petent manner. It is our am bition to add to the reputation wo bavo established of doing honest , thorough watch re pairing. W guarantee all of our work. G. F. W. MftRQUftRDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK - NEBRASKA. Dr. Jiarqtiardt , Eyes Examine ! Glasses Fitted. Correct Fit Guaranteed. NOUFOLK , NEBRASKA Don't burn your candle at both ends but buy a house and lot on time and pay for it out of your earnings one-fourth cosh , balance on long time. T. E. ODIOENE. The Ohi...

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 — 18 July 1902

* WWrn * 'fpWtr * 'T < --T'p-"r ' - t -r w- : J r v T i * * If i' ' 1 # T > - TflE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. JULY 18. 1802. i I i Russia Proposes Intcrnatlon.il Conference on Question , DETAILS OF IMPORTANT MOVE j Minister of Finance DoWltto Proposes - poses Thnt Europo.in Powcra ' Should Consider , In Common , I } Menna to Protect Commerce. London , July 18. Details of nn Im portant inovo by JliiHHlaflilch buvo evidently been mipprcfmoil hlthoito by the censor hcva tnuwplrod In London , Tlilo move lu no lomi than a proponiil by the Imparlal government for an In- tcnmtiunal nniforeneo to deal with ( runts. ' Damn do Slaal , Russian ntnhansadar In London , nhout Ion days ago present ed the Hrltlnh government a nolo ftom M. DoWitte , the UitsBlan mlnlHtcr of finance , which nolo also was Hi'iit to all the poworn that allied tlio TJrua- BOH Biuar convention , proponing that these pinvorn should roiiBldor In com- inon meant ) to prefect Intenmtloml commerce against the i\rtlllclal \ ...

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 — 25 July 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL Jt NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , J ULY 25. 1902 , * > , panhandle Limited Crashes In- y VICTIM8BURN. TO DEATH " * J > ssengcr Stand by and .Watch 'AtforvyioflJylnEf rfep. and \Vomen , * Unabfe" to * feavfi " on' Account of T Fierceness of Flames. { * Dayton. 6 ? , July 25' Engineer < 31ark ofjXqnlajunder „ his , onglno , bjirneq tq crisp ; hjsj flrem'ani pf Cin cinnati , n'amo Unknown , hea'd , crushed , .light . arm broken and both logs cut off ; three passengers , two women and ! f man , burned to death In a Pullman deeper , and a number of other pas ifpngers Injured , Is thc stor Crocking f the PanhanHlo irom St. Louis ' castbqhnd to New York last night at'Treb'ln's station , a shprt > distance , jrom.xXenta.v jA wrecKing - , ing train was , hurrlcfl out from Xenia ! and-anotiier.Iromtbla.clty.wlth all tbd ( doctors tha could be secured. ' " . Train 'No 2 warriyifig' ' eastward' { limited speed , when the engine-struck a loaded coal car...

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 — 25 July 1902

I.M THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , , ) UL ? 25 , ' 1902 , t I A I Don't Miss Our Sale of SAMPLE SHOES SATURDAY , JULY 26 , 1902. Y\UR Shoe Biiyer has bought 1000 pairs of SAMPLE SHOES ( rom the Well Known and Reliable Factory of Foot-Schulze & Co. , of St. Paul , Minn. We will place the entire lot on sale Satur- I ; day , July 26. This will be one of the Greatest Bargain Days we have ever had. We bought these i I Shoes at an Extraordinary Low Figure. We are going to sell them accordingly. An extra force ii of clerks will be in waiting. Positively none of these samples sold until day of sale. REMEMBER ] i ; THE DATE and be on hand for The Greatest Bargains in Footwear Ever Offered. N - HOE * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * > * * * * * * < * * t The Hotff oik fieuus W. N. HUBS. Publlener. EiUbllibed , 1887 , KTOtr day except Bomlivy. B carrier per rt k,13 etnti , Hy mall per year , 18.00. WKICKLT NKWB.JOUIINAL , Tb N wie tabll bed ,...

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 — 25 July 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRTDAY , JULY 25 , 1902 , 3 A Missouri Democrats Endorse , Present Administration. ttOTHWELL IS STATE CHAIRMAN Kansas City Platform , With Special i Reference to Silver Plank , Is In * I dorsed Convention Concludes Its 1 J Work at Night Session. j | I ' St. Joseph , Mo. , July 23. The Btato' ' Democratic convention of Missouri mot hero at noon yesterday and at midnight concluded Its work and ad journed sine die. John A. Knott was nominated on tha first baHot for Jthe long term na rail-1 | road and warehouse commissioner at the night session. Joseph P. Rico of | I Moborly , ono of the present members of the board , was chosen for the short UCrm on the second ballot. Joseph P. Carrlngton of Springfield , the present superintendent of public instruction , was rcnomlnated. Hon William A. Rothwell of Mober- ly was chosen chairman of the Btato committee. The resolutions adopted declare al legiance to the principles of the Kan sas City platform , especial stress beIng - ...

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 — 25 July 1902

TILE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 4o , IU02. Violent Demonstration at Clos ing of Unauthorized Schools , CRY 'OF bbWN WITH THE POPE , Students Parade the Streets Chnntlno Antl-Clerlcal 'Ref rains Clericals , Gather at Schools of Sisters , to Express Sympathy , . /Paris , July'24.--The ngltA'tlon pro- Vokcd by the qrdor of Prime Minister qmb'oB. tq.cloee Uio congrecatiohlfit recalls , .to , s6roe oMeiU tbo fnacted when M. Ferry , ( hen nt. , expelled the JeBultn la li'Srt , DompustTfttloBil 'lit Mof of ( li 'tiling i&il ih * t W * ' f irt m-e takirfir jii' , > & > 'irtt' ' ' i > Bny placcjj lu thd .jrf /tfk'Wf'Iho / ' prefects proBOhe. t < i' [ thfeBiielifafl hi'tho sch'otilB and ordered - dored th Jt/itie' IrifltltutlOns be clo e'i. ; sefibUt disturbance occurred lant tolghfut the Cafe do Music. The , pollco Soared the cafe. Several persons Svoro lniurfeatad twenty-five arrcBta Vr'ore ma'de. Boras 'disorderly meet ii ing of Catholics , w.cfrc held during tbo co'u...

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 — 25 July 1902

FRIDAY JULY 2,5,10Q2. , , , . A wet summer la usually folldwcd by an early fnll frost and deep snows. Dollar potatoes nro almost Invariably followed by twenty-five cent ones tbo next year. This is a hired man's summer unless ibo old man has plenty of work in the ( barn for the many rainy days. Japan produced 230,000,000 bushels of rlco last year , being twice the amount of all other cereal crops grown. It is a wise thing to fire the hired man who persists In smoking around the bare before he fires the barn. An inch of rainfall weighs about 113 tons to the acre , and about 800 tons of water are required to produce one ton of dry matter. The best strawberries are produced on the year old plants. The two year plants will bear some fruit , but the three-year-old plant is worth nothing. > Where there is a growth of daisies , goldenrod and sorrel * the soil is quite likely to be sour , a condition which may be remedied by the application of , lime or ashes. ; j The high price of corn h...

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 — 25 July 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FiUDAY , JULY 25,1902. lAe ( alleged that the Panama lint IK not nearly KO fatal UK the Piiinxiim fever , The campaign in expected noon to opou iu n mnuuor tlmt will Inform everyone tlmt nu election in dnb , If Uicvb Hoods etiutlnno itiH likely that the boasted fast train service to the coast will bu supcrccdcd by n service. King Edward in now to bo offloinlly crowned on Anguat Olf Mr. PorUyphlitiu dooe not Bttp in nnd interfere with the plane. Soon the sports will bo regaled with a long and detailed account of a great i ! prir.0 fight , if the sheriff doon not stop in and prevent the game. When yon POO a man holding bin bond tip as though the world iBJhle.it IH safe to lirwnmo that ho IB a Nebraoka fnrmi't trith prospects in eight for the Lxrgent crop ever harvested in the his- 4ory of the Mate. u ; The loading fnsioulsts nro not ex pected to endorse Mickey. Ho will bo elected without snob endorsement and mi endowment from them.mlght prove a hoodoo. Ho JH the peo...

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 — 25 July 1902

I ' THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 25 , A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A * : fl'GRADY , THE iV NIGHTHAWK By J. W. GARY . . . Copyright , JfOt. liu J. IK , Cwv O'Grady , the nlghthawk , roused with a Btart as the swinging doors of the saloon were flung outward. "Keb ! Keb , Bor ? " And he soiled the dangling reins. The man looked critically at the ehaky vehicle nud the botiy horse and I ottered an imprecation ne ho turned to the two' other turn Issuing from the saloon and supporting between them n third and much younger man. "Only thing In sight , " he murmured" Viciously , then turned to O'Grady. "Can that bag of bones travel five miles tonight ? " "Yls , eor , " exclaimed the nlghthawk , springing down and throwing open the rickety door of the cab. "lie's bctther thin he looks : there's a hnpe av folght in him yit. " The cabman sized up the party. Dig Dolton , the gambler , he knew. The two men with the youth he recognized an hangers on of the gambling resorts , al ways ready ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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