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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 15 August 1902

12 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 15 , $02. JOOOQ Old John , The Carrier j ; Dy SCOTT CHALMERS | ' Cojiyrlnlit , 1WI , liy A. B. Hlclmnlwm 1 ttugby ittnrotl out Into the twilight. Tlio outlook wim no IOHH gloomy tluin bin fcclliiKH. "If It had boon any man on Ilio force but old John Cnmnton , 1 wouldn't tnUo the thlntf to heart. Hut to think of old John beliif ? arrested , jiroflocutrd , 1m- prlnoiuMll IJy lienvoim , 1 feel an If It jworo ono of my own llosh nnil Mood. " The young Inspector tliu ; the tot ) of liln hoot vIclouHly Into tlio thick HIR. Ills older companion and follow work er tapped the table nervously. "Tho evidence l overwhelming , nnd yet well , I mipi wo we'll have to call ) dm In. " lliiKhy silently picked up hlH hat and left the room. Thu chief loaned hack in the grout revolving chair and 10- viewed the cane. John Compton was a widower , ronld- Ing with his unmarried daughter , and had been a mall carrier for over twen- " 1 AM AS INNOCENT Afl EirnEK OP TOO. "...

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 — 22 August 1902

A THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. , , , . . , NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY AUC.UST 22. 11)02 ) Transmisslssippi Congress Sc- t lects Convention City. r RECALLS THURBER RESOLUTION Eustls Content With Evidence That New Yorker's Denial of Trusts' Ex istence Does Not Represent Senti ments of the Congress. | St. Paul , Aug. 22. Seattle was se lected as the city In which will be held the next session of the Trans mlsslsslppl congress in 190.1. Now Orleans was the only other candidate ifor the honor of entertaining the con gress. , The feature of yesterday's session ( Was the animated discussion of the resolution introduced by William Henry Eustis of Minneapolis , demand ing that the address of F. B. Thurber of New York , which Mr. Eustls' resolu tion declared was a specious plea in behalf of the so-called beef trust * ' llmlnated from the records of the congress. Mr. Eustls argued that the printed proceedings of the congress ehould not bo made the vehicle for disseminating literature of this ...

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 — 22 August 1902

i THE NORFOLK NEWS : FJUDAY , AUGUST 22 , $02. It X 1 " ! M + * * + * * + * * + * * * * * * + + * * * * * * OUR LO5S , YOUR GAIN We have an unusually large stock of Boys' and Children's Clothing and it must be cut down to make space for our Fall stock. : : : : : : : : : : : Commencing ; SATURDAY , AUGUST 23 , We will sell our $ 1.50 Boys'Suits , ages 4 to 16 for $ 98c All our long pant Suits : 2.00 and $2.50 Boys' Suits , ages 4 to \ 1.35 Formerly $4.00 and $4.50 , ages 11 to 18 $2.98 3.00 and $3.50 Boys' Suits , ages 4 ta 16 tor 1.98 Formerly $5.00 and $5.50 , ages 11 to 18 3.98 4.00 and $4.50 Boys' Suits , ages 4 to 16 for 3.00 Formerly $6.50 and $7.50 , ages 14 to 20 4.95 5.00 and $6.00 Boys' Suits.ages 4 to 16 for 3.85 Formerly $8.00 and $10.00 , ages 14 to 20 6.50 Our 25c Knee Pants 15c Our 50c Knee Pants 39c Our 75c Knee Pants 49c THIS IS A BONA FIDE REDUCTION SALE = Inspection and Criticism Invited. The Star Clothing Store The fief f oik fieuus W. N. HUBB. Publisher. DAILY. E...

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 — 22 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 22 , 1002 , 3 A Transmississippi Congress Puts in a Busy Day. HILL TALKS OF ORIENTAL TRADE Trust and Anti-Trust Resolutions Arc Introduced and Referred to Appro priate Committee Eustls Takes Is sue With Thurber. St. Paul , Aug. 21. The trust ques tion wan In evidence yesterday In the discussions before the Transmlssls- slppl congress and a1 numbur of reso lutions bearing on Us various phases were Introduced and referred to the committee on resolutions. Colonel Moses C. Wotmoro of St. Louis Intro duced a scries of strong anti-trust res olutions , which declared that trusts are a menace to a republican form of I government and to the hopes and am bitions of youth and urged the presi dent to enforce existing laws against illegal combinations , and If those laws are insufficient he ) a asked to call upon congress to supply the deflclen cy. On the other hand , F. D. Thurber of Now York Introduced a resolution asking the congress to suspend judg ment unt...

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 — 22 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST J5,10(12. ( k 1 I It treasonably safe to assnmo that the Mndlson Mull will not iinoto at length Pope Leo's letter to President llooBOVtilt. Illl 1 ' f The republican county couvoutlon which inectii i\t Battle Orcok Saturday promisee to bo more than ordinarily In teresting and there proiulsea to bo a full tittendanco of delegates. A report from J'ekln IB that the imperial troops of the celestial empire Jiato made ft thousand rnoro good Ohlnamcn , that many having been billed in a recent battlo. Tbo rains of the Bummer have made it possible for Nebraska cattle to have peed fnt panturago for summer and fall UHO and they appear as Bleek and fat at ) though they had been corn fed for WtU'kB. PerhapB straw and hay bnrnorB will locomo popular If the coal situation ( loco not obaugo. There IB plenty of that material In NebraBka and they makoaflro that is a whole lot better than freezing to death. There may bo thoBO who would profit by a boafion of democrat...

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 — 22 August 1902

1 / , ( _ NRWS : _ FRIDAY , _ AyOir8T22,1002 , f The fall working of the public high- svaya Is u mistake. > August lllcs nmko the cows shrink lu their milk , no matter how good the pastures may be. Timothy will do well sown the fore part of September , but do not BOW the clover until spring. 1 When the young rooster begins to crow , he wants the frj'lug pan , or , rather , the frying pan wants him. ' Cows , clover and corn will , If proper ly combined , put any farmer In the ( western pralrlo sections on his feet financially. The census shows that the state of Iowa produces just a million dollars n day in farm products for every day In the year. i There are lots of farmers who overwork - [ work themselves for thlrty-flve years BO as to be able to spend their savings and last days at some sanitarium In a 4valn effort to recover lost health. We have found the purple top Swede turnip sown about the 1st of August to give the best turnip for table use which we can produce. Turnips mak...

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 — 22 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 22 , 1002. M Nebraska Press Association in Norfolk. Members of the Black Hills Excursion Guests of the Norfolk Commercial Club on Saturday , August 16. f State Moldcrs of Thought arc Norfolk's Guests. SEE THE CITY AND VICINITY. Served With Lunch and Dinner nt the Oxnnrd Hotel Sugar Factory and Hospital Ruins Visited Personnel of the Party. The went hot furnished Norfolk oil the occasion of the visit of tbo inoinborn of the Nebraska preen wan not of its brightest anil beet , but it furnishes evidence thnt this section is not iu the drouth bolt , which to the average No brnska editor tuny bo inoro appreciable than though the Htm was shining brightly and the wind driving the duet in from the eonth iu clouds. The mag nificent crops nod n welcome and the tnndonoy on the part of the weather to ndd glootu to the occasion , it is hoped , Imaboounnd will bo Hucossfnlly over- oomo. There nro fifty-five pcoplo in the ex cursion party , including the wives and...

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 — 22 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 22 , 1002 , conveniences for the officers , attendants and patients. Extending to the east and weft 011 cnch dde of the administration department were the wards , dining rooms and other quarters forthepationtB , and these occupying four floors , gave nofoi couimodatious for a largo number of uuon fortunates. These were soon found to bo inadequate to care for the unfortunate people requiring the state's attention and two other wings were constructed , exfo tending toward the north. With the compn plotion of these wings it was believed that the question of room had been set tled , if not permanently , at least for years ; but it was found n few years npo lhat another addition was needed and another wing extending to the west from the north end of the west wing was built nnd had not long been completed when the building was destroyed The last wing built was almost as am- pie no the original building , in fact con tained as much and better accommoda ti...

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 — 22 August 1902

* m 8 THK NORFOLK NHWS : FRIDAY , AUOLTST22,190 , Brownies Win the Lnst Before Their Trip , COLUMBUS AGAIN DEFEATED. Gnlnskn Drops Fifteen Strike Outs , nnd Does Not Give n Hit In Five In nings Team Work Entirely Satis factory Score 12 to 3. From Pnturdny' * Dnllyi Witli Httoon Btriku outs to the credit of Galivskn nml but three safely located liortto hides ngninst that same , the UrownlcH onslly took the Bocond from Columbus yesterday afternoon on n very wet ground with n Html chalk nmrk of 1'J to 1) ) . Kvon If .loo hadn't won hlH game in the box , the WilkiiiB1 hunch would have tiikon it at the toil. They wore right and ponndod out an even dozen that wore too hard to Hold. Nearly everyone found the cover. Agnu Binoahod for two sacks nnd Johnson and Kennedy each got a couple. Until the sixth the visitors went out Inono-two-throo order , nnd nine of thorn had been Imndily dropped in their trucks , In the Hovonth Hukor of the Blues throw his nnkloout and was replaced by Papa Vnublo ...

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 — 22 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUCU'ST ' 22 , 1002. SATURDAY SIFTINGS. Mrs. W. W. Roberts returned todaj from a week's visit In Orelghtou. Mrs. George II. Spear hns gouo to Colmubns for a visit with friends. Governor Ezra P. Savage is in th city visiting his daughter , Mrs. Jnynes A eon was born at the homo of Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Heokoudorf his night. Mtfses Helen and Minna Dorsey o SiouxGity nro visiting at the homo of Mr and Mrs. W. N. Huso. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kanffman are ro joieing over the arrival of a new daugh ter at their home last night. Most of the people who have been at tending the assembly at Lincoln , returned turned home last night. Mrs. H. Suioclo of Leavitt , Neb , , i visiting her mother , Mrs. Mittlestadt brothers and sisters. A bright boy baby was born to Mr and Mrs. Burt Mapes last night. The young man has been named Dnrland. Mrs. John Sheeler of Madison died lost night and was taken through Norfolk today to Iowa for burial. The ladies of the Trinity church wil ha...

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 — 22 August 1902

THK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 22 , 1902 , Unknown Man Enters House of Mrs. John Leonard. SOUTH NORFOLK DISTURBED , Mr. Leonard Is n Rnllrond Mnn nnd . Was Awny on His Run nt the Tlmo Intruder Flrod n Revolver to Add to the Liuly's Fright. From Tluiwl\r' ( A limn in the house , the report of n gun and thuinvmlor'H futile attempt to olo7.o her , were enough to give Mrs. .lolin Leonard , of South Norfolk , u terrible fright us she was about lo n > - tire lint evening , no ml her llcolng from her homo at l'J 11 South Third fltreot to It the houHonf neighbor nnd bring upon jp her n norvourt faint shortly after. The man Imil loft the house when efforts wore made to locate him , There IH no i clue to his Identity. Ho took nothing with him. Mr. Leonard Is n brnkoman on the Klkhorn nnd was out on the road. Mrs. Leonard IB not naturally of a nervous disposition , has neighbors within cullIng - Ing distance nnd has never boon nfrald to stay alone. Last night nho prepared to retire abou...

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 — 22 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUfJUST 22 , 11)02. ) n ' \ Established 1876--1902-26 Yeats Are You Thinking of Buying a Fine Gold Watch ? If so , yon should see the beautiful Hue wo carry , and get our low prices. WE ALSO HAVE ALL THE NEW STYLES IN CHAINS for Ladies and Gentlemen. Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Our Specialty. G , F , W , MftRQUARDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. Looking for a Home. The Elkhoru B. and S. Association loans most of the money required to ob tain a home at low rates of intercbt and small monthly payment" . T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH HAVE YOU SEEN the New Self-Sealing Fruit Jar ? It is supplanting all others wherever introduced We will be glad to show them. We have all sizes. Also a complete line of fine Stoneware. PARISH Have you seen that Beau tiful Bigelow Axminster Rug in the window at Johnson's Furniture Store ? ONLY $20.00. His store is packed full with Nice New Furniture all sell ing on the same basis a little lower than you can buy it els...

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 — 22 August 1902

THE NORFOLK. NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 2fi , 1902 , Give Inside History of the Merger Suit , LAWYER IMPLICATES OTHERS. 'Attorney for Dummy Names Real Sponsors of the Legal Proceedings. Power Says Ho Got 100 Shares of Stock for Use of His Name. Ntw York. AUR. 22. I/iwyur George 'Altrod Lamb , attorney for Peter Pow er , wwnl on the Btatul yesterday and told nit bo know about tlio Northern Pacific morjror ault. Ho nnuied tlio men who , with Power as plaintiff and Onptaln Henry Stern UB no-botwo n , ho wild , luid hoped to conciml tholr conuoctlon with the litigation and Vnop their Identity hidden. Thoio ho uanu'd were : W. Uotirku Gockrnn , CnmilloVoinenfold , H , Content & Co. and Edwin H. Thonms. The Btory of Power's wanderings caino out , and a plnn to scad him t' Europu was revealed , us was hln quasi connection with the milt at Isaua , Lamb suld that ho was practically forced by the people buck of him to Bond Power away and that tuoy paid the cjcponsus of his trip to Montreal , ...

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 — 29 August 1902

I ! .OTW WMcMgIMManHH THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL NOKFOLK , NEBRASKA , Fit ! DAY , AIUIIOT 2J ) . 11)02 ) , Troops Rushed to New River 1 Field in West Virginia. SHOOT IN RESISTING EJECTION 'Angry Mine Workers Threaten Serl- I ous Trouble Soldiers Arrive at j Scene of Disturbances and Clash Is I Expected. j West Virginia Troops Called Out. Charleston , W. Va. , Aug. 29. Gov ernor White has ordered the Second regiment of the West Virginia Na- tlou Guard to the New Illver district , not , as he says , to settle the strike , but to protect life and propcry. Col onel Morrison , at Parkerahurg , wua given orders early in the morning to call out his regiment and proceed Ly special train to Thurmond , which ; wlll bo the headquarters. The causa for this action by the governor Is the appeal of Sheriff Daniel of Fayotte county for assistance , on the ground that many citizens refuse to respond to his summons to net as deputies to enable him to execute the orders ot the court and his decla...

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 — 29 August 1902

T if H 2 TflE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 20 , Ifl02. W. N , I1UHB. Publisher , DAILY , Rttftblliliml. 1KVJ. TM rt y iicotil HnniUy. llr rarrler per tk , ft c nti. Jti mull per year , ffl.OO. WKKKt/T NKWfl-IOUUNAL , tlaMlthod , JUKI. . . . . Tlia Jonrunli enUhllthod 1017 Friday. Hj mull i > er year , f 1.50 , faUr d at Ui * PodoUICB nt Norfolk , Neb. , n ceoadeliii milter , _ * lptioufi l Rdltorlnl Pfpnrimenl , No. 22 | Ihulotrl Olllc * and Job Hoomi , No , 822 , REPUBLICAN TICKET. Stnto. For OoTornor JOHN II. MICRCI Folk for Llnntennut Oownor E. 0. MrdiLTON Dotiglim KorTipnuorer r TEB UOBTKNdOHt Vnll JT For Bocretarj of Btata O.A. UAiiHii Itlclinnlnou For Auditor CIIAHU-.H WKSTON Bherldan For Hnporlut undent ot I'nbllo Icttnirtlon WIU.UM K , Fo\\i.Eii Wntlilnnton For Attorney decoral TRAMKN. I'nouT . .Ongo For Lund Commlnlotrr Quotas 1) ) . Foi.iMin NncholU Congressional. For CotiRtfiVirnnii , Third Uhtrlct JOHN J. McCAitTiir Dlion County. For Couuty Attoruoy UnitT MATKH Norf...

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 — 29 August 1902

THE XOltPOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 20 , 1002 , Two Killed and Three Injured at Long Branch. HURLED DOWN TO DISASTER. Runaway Machine Plunges Over Side of Bridge and Owner l& Crushed to , Death In the Wreck Chauffeur Es capes With Slight Injuries. Long Branch , N. J. , Aug. 27. Two ; were Idllod and three Injured In an automobile accident at the Park ave nue bridge over the New York uud Long Branch railroad tracks yester day. In trying to avoid running down su man , Frank J. Mathcws , president of the Realty TriiBt company of. Jersey City , lost control ot his machine and It plunged against the ratltug , broke through and dropped to the rails , thir ty-five feet below. Mr. Mathews wag Instantly killed , the heavy machine falling upon him. Mrs. J. II. Cobb of Richmond , Va. , one of his guests , died later at the Monmouth Memorial hos pital and Mrs. Louis Plzzlnnt , her sis ter-in-law , Is believed to bo dying. Rev. Father Grant of the Paulist church , New York , suffers from sho...

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 — 29 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 20 , 1002. General Chaffcc Reports Island Visited by Earthquake , SCORE OF MOROS ARE KILLED. Natives Dueled Denenth Falling Walls. . American Soldiers In the Vicinity , EBcnpe Serloua Injury- Commissary ; Buildings and Forts Damaged. , Washington , Aug. 28. The war do- , jiartiimiit rocolvcil n telegram fromj ; Clcuural Chuffeo , at Manila , reporting the occurrence of a series of earthquakes - ' quakes on the Inland of Mindanao , , .Twenty persons were killed by fallIng - > IngvullH , the victims nil being Moron. The Americans In the vicinity CB- capud , nnd the dispatch says there nro no roportB thnt any of the soldlora oc- r.c'upyliiK that portion of the Island af- Xected sustained any Injuries. The up heaval occurred In the country adja cent to the Lake of Lanao , In the Moro section of the Island , near Cnmp Tickers , \vlilch Is now the headquar ters of the American forces stationed .in Mindanao. General Chaffeo's ca blegram says the mounta...

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 — 29 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NKWS : KUI1UY , AUCIUST 2 , 1002 , f > " = fit The new crop of hops Is being con tracted for on the Pacific coust nt 20 cents per pound. This is n fancy price. July rains and July heat BO stimu lated the growth of weeds this season that it lias boon the fight of a man's life to keep them down. There is a small compensation fpr the men who have this year lost their crops on the river bottom lands the overflow has done something to enrich the soil. \Ve notice that when n boy has earn ed and saved up $25 he Is more likely towant to put his future earnings with the nest egg than he is to blow his money In for pop and cigars. The great dam across the Nile river nt Assouan will be completed in an other year and water bo thus made available to convert a vast area of new desert land into the most fruitful of fields. Farm rents are moving up , adjust ing themselves to the Increased value of farm lands. From ยง 3 to $4 per acre Is now being asked for land rent where $2 and $2.50...

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 — 29 August 1902

( I THE NORFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY , AUGUST 20,1902 , The florfolk fteuas This tnnhcB n person almont wish that the coal Mriko was kettlcd. Thopo who cnru to attend fair * , carnl- valH and rnco mcctliiRii can bo kept mov ing from t hist line on in north Nebraska. The town thnt 1ms no county fulr , picnic , or other nttrnction on the program this fall IH n rarity. The Ronth wanta cool nud wet wcntlicr lo fix up itH cotton crop. They con have what north Nobniskn has been having nud welcome. ThlH country would willingly exchange for homo wnrni and dry weather. One democratic paper imys that 1'rnhidi'Ut Hooscvelt'fi talks against the truttH MO uu-aningli'SB and another says that the trust magnates nro BO angry with him that they will do nothing for him or his party , which IB evidence that thtro is not entire harmony in the democratic ranks , DB yet. Republican differences over the tariff < ] ue8tiou in Iowa and elsewhere arc not no serious as the democrats wonlo desire the i > eopl...

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 — 29 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FIUOAY , AUCH'ST ' 21) ) , 1002. . . . I THE SAVING I ! OF PETER % By EUGENIE UHUUCH o o - o o tf1 Copyright , 11)01 ) , l > y EiiRCnlo Uhlrlch ito 'lira. Mltitm Schmltt stood nt the kitchen door of Mcrrlniu'a big house nnd looked at the changing west. Ev ery moment the light was growing fainter nnd duller , nnd still Peter Burns did not couie In to the supper that had been waiting for him over two hours. This was strange of Peter , nnd It would have been not only etrange but suspicious of anybody clso after having been " Mcctlonecrlng" all afternoon with the old judge , Mrs. Mer- flam's husband , Mrs. Schmltt did not like the Judge. The worst men In her eyes are those vrho always seem so nice and pleasant to everybody nnd between times get drunk and abuse their wives. If such men were only mean all the time , people ple would not blame their wives for everything that goes wrong , as the village did Mrs. Mcrrlain when she had the old judge bound over to keep th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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