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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 March 1901

m K TUESDAY TOPICS Paul Hudnt 1h quite sick with 15 M Laoko was down from Hoskins yesterday Joseph llulmcck is seriously HI with pneumonia Mr nnd Mrs 15 V Stevens are visit ing in Omahu 1 O Lynch wns in town yesterday from Mndison Frank Phillips of llosklns wiib a city visitor Monday 11 L Sharp of Pilger hud business in Norfolk yesterday Frank Bloom wns in tho rity ycBtor day from Wakefield W L Smith of Osmond transacted business horo Monday 15 A Glitton of Orchton traiihiicted lUHlniHii hero yesterday F M Robinson was in tlio motiopollH yesterday from Howolls Mm Honry Huobnor of Hadcr iH vnry sick witli rheumatism lr W M Condon was in tho city yesterday from Humphroy Miss W A Otts was a Norfolk visitor from Humphrey yesterday G B Gatlln of Scrihnor paid Norfolk n customary visit yesterday Frank Fox is reported soriously ill with tho prevailing complaint G S Smiththo Madison real estate jnnu was in the oity yoHtorday Goo J Dalmau of Wayne was a visi tor in tho metropolis yesterday W...

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 — 1 March 1901

w Eyeache and Headache f Eyestrain causes both Drugs relieve only temporar ily Pro perly adjusted glasses remove the cause and effect a permanent cure Satisfaction guaranteed Consultation free C 1 PRQUAHDT Dp of Ophthalmology NORFOLK NEBRASKA H E HARDY FUEL Office Cor 4th and Mala 5ts Ynnla Btst U P Depot Phone 35 MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 800 square feet two coats Contains pure lend and oil Shown by chemical test there is no paint on the market equal to its durability and cover ing capacity We can vouch for this as we have handled the Monarch Paint for twelve years If yon think of painting your honse let us figure with yon We can save yon money Remember our large stock of Wall Paper cheaper than ever Kiesaif Dnlg Bo Twenty three rolls of fine Straw Matting just received at John sons Furniture Store On Thursday Fri day Saturday Mon day and Tuesday we offer entire stock of China and Glassware at cost Tha Wllir Condition of the weather as recorded for the 24 h...

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 — 1 March 1901

a f JOHN TOPP PffiATE 3 x v K V V S S wN I a- v wW - v H y i 3 a By Woathorby Ohcsnoy and Alick Munro corrnioirr lncn irr WBAtiinnnT ciiiwmtT aiu amck muiiuo iuajitiiationu in it a ixmirAd 44i - It II l tjj a A a A - - - - X M OiiAlTitu XV Uonlinuiut I asked you Jtint now to build mo n idilp tlint would talco mn nway from this iNlnnil mul you roftmod Well pcnortR tliiro nro coiiHeqiioncoB to tlint refusal mid I tun roIiik lo ncqiniliit you wltli t hum You may think I hIiiiII punish you todny Itut hucIi Ih not my plnn 1 niu simply going to lot you en Joy tho sljht of 11 nmii ilrownliu ly Blow Inches In1 foro your Iyis In ordur tlint you inny tin vu tin opportunity of obncrvliiK what peculiarly iinploas nut exit from thin world Hitch n death Ir Tomorrow I shnll iiriiIii hhIc oiio of you to servo 1110 If In Bplto of the los non of tmlny ho rtfiiHOH the rent of you uluill son him slowly chokid ly tlio ris ing waters Tho next tiny I h1iii11 try another mid so on It will bu Interest ing 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 — 8 March 1901

t S fir It - A - is NS I Constitutional Convention De cides Not to Dissolve WILL CONTINUE SESSIONS Conservative Illotticut Score- m Victory Over tiiu ltnitUiiln Latter Mixy tamo Uoinonitrntlnu AkiiIiiU Unltt il hlutoi by luiIKiitlonod Appeal to tho Ieople Ilavnun March 8 The Cuban con stitutional convention mot in secret cession yesterday afternoon for a formal discussion of the Piatt amend went Tho conservative element scored a victory It was decided to continue the sessions of the conven tion and to refer the amendment to tho special committee on relations with instructions to bring In a report General Suiiguilly favored dissolving the convention and returning the umendment without discussion The other delegates were ununlniously In lavor of continuing the sessions and of sending some answer to the execu tive department In Washington The argument turned on the question whether the convention had power to adopt a scheme of relations that would be binding upon the future republic Th...

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 — 8 March 1901

i h MiM i 4 SJ U u 4 2 The Hofolk Hcuus V N HUHB Publlnuur KtfITT llnf trk la rent DAILY KMnblldiod ISM ciroit Sniidny II catt lijr ninn per jrnr o w trtiKittY niwsihksai ThnNewf cMnbllflied 1M Tim lotirnnt tflnlillHiMl 1S7 Kvorj lrllny By mall jut j oar JIM Knterrd nt llio ldMolllfo nt Norfolk Nel com clan mnttrr Tolriilxmr Kdltorinl lliiMiie Olllco and llpimttniPlil tlll HIIIIK No 22 Tbo lcRinlnturo of KniiFtis ban nsRlstcd tboCnrrio Nntitm niovoniont materially It has declared jointR nnipiuifCB and Hint government liquor Mumps nlinll bu prlinn fncloovidenco of Mioexistenco of a joint Tbo littlo tilTH which have taken plnco in tbo United States congress pnlo into insignificance when commrcd with tbo nt ronnouB notion of tbo British hoimo of oommouR Tbo pcoho described tbero would bo consldcud a diFf riico nt an avcrago doR light Itoports from tbo Philippines aro en rournRliiR for pence and it it likely that before another campniRU in this country tbo question of tbo government of ...

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 — 8 March 1901

rf 1 I Mil Mounted Police Trample Them Under Horses Feet MANY ARRESTS ARE MADE Mrnnnii Women S ttilrnta 1 1 ml Attcniblcil io Ceti brute Kimine Ipntlun of the Norft t Mi lelersburi When the lolko Make llrtitnl Charge St Petersburg March 7 Yesterday vwis tin Itlth anniversary of the oman tlpntlun of the serfs The students liml boon planning for some time to keep the day us a holiday and per haps make some demonstration but no particular plans wore made At noon 1000 men and women students gathoioel In and aiotind the Kasan cathedral on the Novsky prospect whcie mass for the repobe of the soul of Czar Alexander was being cele brated After the mass the ttmletiis began singing and the police gath ered The students weie driven In it ctowd to the city hall not far away and ilso on the Novvsky prospect For no special reason the police began beating the students and trampling them under the feet of their horses The Novsky prospect was tilled with spectators The banks and business bouses were...

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 — 8 March 1901

j t H I nirann Inducted Into Presidential Of fice for Second Time PARADE A MILITARY ONE linns for Cuba nmt Ihn llillltUio Mil lined by Itiu President In III Inaugural Addressllcdge to Former to lln Kent Iteviill In lnttnr In tin Qiirlli il WllHhlnctoti Mnroh I Wlllliim Me Klnley of Ohio oiluy was Inducted lit t t tlio presidential ollloe being the lghth In tin IIIiihIiIimih tine of presi dents Iuih honored liy I lie American people Willi II MCOIlll lltlll COIIHOOUtlVO term Nlniullnnoously Theodore Roosevelt of Now York beenme vlrn president Tlio ceremony tliitl iiinrkcil tlll8 HCCOlltl USHUIliPlloll I IV McKlnloy to tlio enros of state wiih most Impressive mill Hill of suggestion of Uio development of tlie republic during tlio punt four years The wtUtlitr wiih the llntst ever ix porloneodonthi Inauguration of u pros Idont Tlio 8ky wiih clour mill tlio lout porutnrc wiirin mul Imltny I Every presidential Inauguration In recent yours Iuih IuiiI It m parade creditable In size mill vari...

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 — 8 March 1901

r TAKING COMFORT J wouldnt be in tmitor atltr uppers timed I ttwnv 1 1 wouldnt le a Idnp juli II I rotild Bo lcnc its 1ic prt lualtlj and tttuiRth a heme I where 1 an May And a wood shed full of dry and fitted wood For Jimmy Irlnyi tlu bootjack and motlicr trinu the IIrM And fiulla the roller turtalrm ahettln out the stormy nlftlit And me and Jim and mother and the cat art down Oh who In thuoderd hanker for a crown Who wants to spend their evnlni eettln starched and prim and atrnlitht A warmln royal vehet on a throne Iff mighty tedious buinm eettln up no thundrin late With not a mlnlts time to call your own Td lather take my comfort after workln throiiRli the daya iWlth my old blue woolen Moeklna nigh the fires aodal blare Tor me and Jim and mother and the old gray cat Come mighty near to knowln where were at Itolinan Day In 1 cwltton Journal ------- a--- I DR BflLCOE8 PATIENT A Romanco of Iffy story BY SEACOAL a a a I Wo were sitting about Ilnrry Makes hospitable board on Ills yach...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 March 1901

I i m Vtt M I 1 i I It i s I The j4ortf oik J4cuas March enmo In liko a lamb but was ovhloiitly very lionllko just under tho hido Anyway tho lamb liko not loan disappeared early In thogamo Spring is tho boat timo lo clean up and all business and residence lots tdiould ho put in first class ooudlllon this year Mako Norfolk a oloan town Perhaps Pat Orowo doon not foar an Omaha mob if ho gavo hlmsolf up fio luuuh as tho attention ho would ho llkoly to rooolvo at tho hands of Omaha women lmportors stato tlmt there is now a greatordoniaud for silks than over bo f oro Of cOnrso Pooplo can hotter afford nuoh luxuries than over before Tlioso are good republican limes Door bullots are not tho only things Kngllsh troops have to foar in South Africa It is said that since tho war opened thoro have boon 10000 oases of typhoid fever in tho British army of whioh 5000 havo proved fatal Tho Fremont Tribune suggosts that if tho king doofnt want to ltoop Lnuroatn Anstln ho might sond him to this coun ...

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 — 8 March 1901

J fWi y4l4lll4l CAST TWO PERSONS WERE USnEHKD TO SEATS DE HIND MR TINKHAM man not without a certain accent of satisfaction Uls companion did not share this view Nothing that I have done unless It may be thl3 said she somewbut cold ly has given cause for gossip You are very clever he replied and that makes mo wonder all the nioro why you should hesitate Hush sho whispered That man In front of us Is listening It happeued that Mr TInkham suf fered from au Inequality lu his KZ all FOR A THINKING PART - BY HOWARD FIELDING HKJ rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTtTftttfffttttftt r In theatrical parlauco tho supcrnu mcrary who apeaks no linen but mere ly appears upon the stage plays a thinking pnrt UHimlly ho Is seen only a few minutes nud ho himself be holds but little of tho performance a fragment of a scene the backs of the principals as they declnlm to the audi ence action without meaning to htm since he knows not the context lie could not tell the story of the drama of which he Is so small yet nn esse...

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 — 8 March 1901

i X i V 8 imBIHHH innni NorfolkNationalandMastBlock Have Close Call BUBSTED LAMP THE CAUSE Flame In the lliuiklnc Koom Were Stiuot nff llaU War to the Cellini When Kane rroinpt Work Have ContURratlun From Monday Daily The Mast block had ft very narrow es cape from flro lost night aud it it owing to the good judgment nud preBouco of inind of Night Watchman Ktino that Jfao building iB not a iiiobs of ruins to day About 880 Inst evening throe traveling men were walking up the street and when in front of the Norfolk National bank which occupieB a part of the lowor iloor of the Mast block thoy raw llanies inside the counter stream ing half way to tho ceiling They im mediately yollod Fire which brought Jvauo to tho scene almost instantly Quick as thought ho took in tho situa tion and tried to break iu tho front door of tho bank Failing in this with tho assistance of tho traveling men ho used his body as a battering ram and sent his feet through tho heavy plato glass iu the door Through th...

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 — 8 March 1901

SATURDAY SIFTINGS Sheriff Losey is over from Mndlson to day R M Whitolook of Piorco was in tho city ovor night Arthur Lundbcrg of Wnyuo was a city vihitor ovor night J W Manor of Humphrey is in tho city on business today Hubert Taylor of Hoopor was a busi ness visitor in tho city yesterday U E Foster was in town from Plain viow botwoen trains yesterday J W lludy of Battlo Greek trans acted business iu town yostorday Mrs Dr Tanner of Battlo Orook visited with Norfolk friends yesterday Rev S F Sharploss wont to Hartlng ton today whero ho proachos tomorrow F J Halo of Battlo Greek looked after business interests in tho city yes torday Mrs Benj Lindsay and son woro down from Piorco this morning visiting friends J B Barnes jr wont to Fremont this morning to visit until tomorrow evoning Norfolk lodgo No Kit B P O Elks will hold a special meeting this evening for work W 0 Roach come down from Plain view last ovening and went to Columbus on tho morning train Jeff orey Westerveltof Tildon sp...

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 — 8 March 1901

t i H A f K TUESDAY TOPICS 1 P French of Wayne visited friends an tho city yesterday Dr O A McKlm went to HoskinH yostcrdny nnd again today Geo W Myers of Nellgh wns n city -visitor yesterday afternoon Wm Mooro of Stanton transacted business In town yoRtorday Mrs J K Simpson entertained a fov friends nt whist lust evening Sheriff Losoy 1h ovor from Madison ngnin today on olllciivl busiucRfl Miss Mary HoriHky has pone to Ver dlgro to vinit her brother for some timo Mr and Mrs Chns S Brldgo will xmtortnln tho West Siilo whtot club Friday evening K 11 Konyon linn bought tho farm of C A Darling four miles Bouth of town comprising 100 acres Miss Wood did not leave for KniiR iH thiH morning ah intended bnt will try to got away tomorrow County Attorney Mapcs wont to Mad kou this morning to attend the meeting of tho county commissioners Goo A Brooks banker mill ownor juid morehant of Brns llo Mills wuh in town yoBtorday between traiiiH Regular coinmnnicntiou of MoRiac lodco No 55 A F fc A M...

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 — 8 March 1901

if Eyeache and Headache mfSMi vCmufcStl NORFOLK Eyestrain causes both Drugs relieve only temporar ily Pro perly adjusted glasses remove the cause and effect a permanent cure Satisfaction guaranteed Consultation free G F ttl PHQtiflflDT Dp of Ophthalmology NEBRASKA H E HARDY j Ml Oilier Cor 4th and Main Sts Yards East U P Depot Phone 35 MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 800 square feet two conts Contains pure lead and oil Shown by chemical test there is no paint ou the market equal to its durability and cover ing capacity We can vouch for this as we have handled the Monarch Paint for twelve years If yon think of painting your house leLus figure with you We can save you money Remember our large stock of Wall Paper cheaper than ever tail Dnfg Bo Parties who came to Norfolk Friday to purchase a wedding outfit found after looking over the different stocks that there was only one place in town where they could buy it At Johnsons furniture Btore they found the best goods f...

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 — 8 March 1901

i 12 i0 a Sfrtyl a x JOHN TOPP PIRATE By Wcalherby Chosnoy and Alick Munro corTiutiirr two nr witAiititnnr ciiwwkt Ann iuix muniio UJ uimiATiofw nr il o oouitah - V iiiiiitTr I CI1AITUU XVII Waking whiii tin morning sun win lilgli In lit luiwiiiH wo found him lliey chIIim tlio uonhvalniT lying Murk nnil HtlfT Tour 1ml lit- lintl liottrr Btnulc to IiIr cobbling loiuli mill lft mlviMitnr lug In tlio wiHltTii hciiM to loilgliof tiort lin nnil inoro eoiitontiil iiiIiiiIhI Kor In llfo ho wiiH cvor grumbling 1111 iih 1h often tlio i nso with IIioho of his craft nnil In loath ho made but n thin nnil weakly corpm We gnv hlin the bent burial we could digging tlio grave with hwoiiI blailoH nnil piling It lilgli with hcii worn bowIdciH anil then set ourselves those of us who cctihl walk to hunting fr brenkfiiHt lho hoii rob mih imt markeil by any overpowering hiiccchs Our Island wns Pimrsoly wooded with low scrub but Its parched surface bom no fruit trees Wrds there wore In plenty but wo could...

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 — 15 March 1901

II fi M X f i J v I 5 r - f J I I The in a HUB i Universal Sorrow at Death of General Harrison MESSAGES FROM ABROAD WeL iorcl Arrangement for tlln runorM Complrtoil Many Noted Men Will Atloiul lorinor Memlicn at llnrrlson tublnnt to Act as Honorary rail lliiiroii I liHllunniolls Mnreh The ur raiiguiniMits lor the funeral of Henja mln llurrlHon cx itrosliletiL of the United States have been eompleteil The body will lie lu state ut the cap ital tomorrow from 11 oclock In the morning until 10 oclock In the even ing and the funeral services will be lield from the First Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon at Z oclock Che ltcv M L Haines olllclattng The event will not only be one of national Hignltlcnuce but of Interna tional Importance Cablegrams are reaching the family of condolences In the hour of bereavement General Harrison was a man of International reputation and was held In high es teem throughout the civilized world The funeral will be attended by many of the noted men of the Un...

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 — 15 March 1901

s 2 The Norfolk Heuus W N UUSIfi lMibHnhnr IIAIlY KMnMUliod 17 lCr ilny nxropJ HomMr Hy rutrlnr por yttmV 11 cctilK Jly mnll ior 5 rnr jil00 NKWN10UKNAI Newt wlnhlUliml 1VI Tim Journal MlnlillMiii Etery Friday lly nihil per ear IM Enteral nt the PoMolllce nt Norfolk Nob ai com clflM matter SVIkiiIioww Killlorlnl llciinttiiiMit N11 Mi Hut Inoti Olllra nml Jon Room No CZ Oom lnnl should romoto t J1b country if for no other roason than to rMnbllsh tho whereabouts of IiIh whilom frlunel Wobstor Davis Admiral OeorRO Dowoy hns drawn 4fi70 in prize inoitoy found to bo duo liim no n result of liin Manila battlo on that niomorablo Int of May almost throo years ago It pays to bo n horo In moro ways than ono Tho admiral has not only acquired honor and a handHomo wifo but a considerable quantity of filtylncro as a losult of IiIh brush with tho Spaniards There 1h Rome ap prehension felt that the prlzo money may follow that Iioubo and lot and be come tho property of Mrs Dewey Tho reason for tho r...

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 — 15 March 1901

tl fc a i Great Britain Alarmed Over Trade Conditions MORE HINTS AT PROTECTION President of Chambers n Commrrrr Indi cates Change of PolicyAnxious to let Into Clilnno MarketsSeeks Ileparatlon J InTrade ItathcrThan Money Indemnity London Mnrch 13 Presiding at the annual meeting of the Associated Chambers of Commerce of tlic United Kingdom which ocned In London yes terday Lord Avclhnrj foreshadowed changes In the British tnrlff nutl urged Ihe necessity of being prepared to pro mote the Interests of British com merce on the termination of the pres ent treaties Alterations he added were already being considered In the treaties with Germany Austria and Portugal He was greatly Interested In the out come of the tariff war which had sud denly broken out between the United Suites and Russia Naturally he said America regarded as a marked bounty the Russian system of aiding the ex portation of the surplus beet sugar The whole dispute Illustrated the com plicated questions which arose when It w...

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 — 15 March 1901

i i V l I I 4 5 i n Former President Finally Yields to Pneumonia UNCONSCIOUS TO THE LAST 1atlcnt Vltnllty Irnilually Lessen Until the rtul Which Wit Quint niul rainless Itcnialu Will lln In Stain Saturday and Funeral Witt Orcur Sunday Indianapolis March 1 1 Goner Itcnjnmln Harrison died nl 115 i m yesterday without regaining con nelousness Ills den tli was quiet miit pnlnloss there being a gradual sink ing until tln oml onino which was marked by 11 single gasp for breath tin life departed from the hotly of tho great Ktatesmnh Tho relatives with n few exceptions and several of tlu former presidents old and tiled friends wore at the bedside wIkmi lit pnssod away The generals condition win so hnd Wednesday tiiontliiu after a restless night that the nttcndlng physicians understood that the end could not ho far off anil all tho bulletin sent out from tho nick room wore to IIiIh ef fect ho that the family ami friends wore prepared when the Dual blow came The grndunl falling of the re inar...

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 — 15 March 1901

1 1 rt r B YOU DID It food to wander luck agilB Auong the old home tolVi It rnther rtthflct t nun To hm the same oM Joke iA To her somebody nay 1 kneir V You when ou wire t kid But onie on telli ou of The foollili things you did Tour heart beat lighter aa It did In long forgotten days When at ome well remembered ipot Reflectively you gate But It aeemi queer that ill jour good And noble deed are hid And people only call to mind The foollili things you did They talk of others whove gone out Into tome foreign land They tell of things these other folks lme done and they tetm grand But when It comes to talk of ou Their minds cannot be rid Of the belief youd like to hear 4 The foolish things ou did Tou know youre done a thing or two Which show jouve got some sense But etery time they talk of jou Theyre certain to commence With tales of What a fool you were When you lived here a kldj They hae forgotten all except The foolish things 5011 did Baltimore American WoHoHoHonoHoHHonoHoHonoKoa IlO...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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