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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 31 May 1901

icj - ---- w a jnc WBjtosBKSKM 12 XXXXXXTCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX t ffi T j V TT TIT m ATiTi - TTl A ill II X lllll IMIIIIJIJ NIUAIU s juflii iurrriiiiiiu tlx JIC whis L tl U i vj V - f loti mid must do our bcM era that tho tlrbt good riiuuUII send us all to Davy Jones locker tloubls quick No no woso winged Master Topp an winged birds has to lie unlet for nwhllo aforo they tries to tly again There should be abler heads than ours Job to settle matters lu a plight like this but the abler heads are all sadly battered just now so you ami 1 must do our best to decide a course without them A look of solemn Importance strug gled hard to drive the grin from Jobs ace Hut hnblt was strong and tho grin Conquered Wo might go back to tho old harbor on Cavo Island Master Topp It were jjnug enough an them huts on tho hill above be a rare place for sick meu to He lu Hut the Spaniards Jobl You forgot itho Spaniards Asking pardon replied Job screw ing up his face with such a grin that tho woOnd across it b...

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 — 7 June 1901

1 11 u y VI i v THE ft fll i nil Invited to Become a Northern Pacific Director MORGAN8 TASK FAST VANISHING Road Will Be Operated In the Interest of Harmony Among All Western Railways Clash Between Banking Interests Ends In Compromise Now York Juno 7 Tho Proas says Vkr K Vanderhllt or a representative of tho Now York Central system will sl0 elected n director of the Northern Pacific railway Samuel McCrca a president of tho Pennsylvania company will enter the dlrcctorato of j tho Atchison Topoka and Santa Fo railway These changes come supplementing the election of one of J Plerpont Mor gans partners ns a member of the di rectorate of tho Atchison company and thc election of W H Moore an asso ciate of Mr Morgan as a director of tho Rock Island They I ml I en to com plete harmonization of the Import ant railroad Interests of tho country Tho clash between Important bank ing Interests has ended In a comprom ise and Included In the compromise Is tho Introduction of both tho New York Centra...

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 — 7 June 1901

I J u i5 5fHu8aecw The Norfolk fieuus W N HUBS Publlrtmr DAILY KrtnMlriiNl 1SS7 Hrf ry Any oxcrit Sntnlhy Hy carrier vn reV li cunti Hy mull irr jpnr 1000 wrrKiv NivsunmNAi Ttae New eitnMUIiMl ISM Tho Jomnul nUMUIimI 1M1 JtTery FHOny Hy mll yrr yrnr f IM Bntrml it ttict IoMolllce nl Norfolk Neb n com clnM mnttrr TnlrriiotiM Killlorlnl Drimttirfnt id Nil Hi lIuKtuen OUlre nml Joli Room No K In n neighborhood row nn Omaha mia hud his jaw broken in four plnccB ills opponent wns evidently attaching n vtroug point Tho ground nt Moravia Iowa waB covered to n depth of three Inches by hail Tuesday nnd tbo worst Nebraska received wns cool wave Stand np for Nebraska I A Columbus Ohio mini hrB been Rued ly his wio for divorce because ho whipped her llo nrges in extenuation of bis alleged cruelty thnt his wlfo in nintod upon eating Limburger cheese Ho certainly hnd strong provocation Governor McSweenoy of South Caro llaa in n recent letter iudlontes IiIb will ingness to accept tho resignation o...

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 — 7 June 1901

It Ml V1 T r 11 IE Jill I Kritzingcrs Force Received Its Surrender Sunday Morning HOT FIGHTING IN CAPE COLONY London Receives Reports of Vigorous Renewal of Hostilities by the Burgh era General French to Command Operations In Cape District I London Juno 5 Tho war office pub lished tUo following from Lord Kitch ener dated Pretoria June 4 Jamestown Capo Colony surren dered to Kritzingcrs commando on tho morning of Juno 2 aftorfourhours light ing Tho town guard and local volun teers were overpowered beforo our pursuing columns could come up Our casualties were three killed and two wounded Tho Doer loss is said to havo been greater Tho stores worn looted but the garrison was released Havo placed General French In charge of tho operations In Capo Colony Tho appointment of General French who has been recruiting his health In Capo Town to command tho opera tions In Capo Colony Indicates that Lord Kitchener attaches considerable importance to tho invasion Tho recrudescence of such fight ing...

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 — 7 June 1901

l ill t PW FWim DilTdlltM UflV QTDH n i h i i in UU I vllw J iiiiii v j Omaha Involved fcOUNCIL 18 CALLED TO MEET hnternatlonal President Donnelly Ing a verdict for the defendant Drlngs the Matter to the Attention of the Executive Committee Shee hant Report Is Doubted Syracuse June C Thc cxocutlvo council ot the Amalgamated Butcher Workmen of North America has been Vailed together In Chic ago by Interna tlonal President Donnelly because of KTlovanccs ngntnst the Swift Bros and Omn lacking company of Chicago ia and there 1b thought to be danger of a strike being ordered Involving all of tho cmploycB ot the company throughout the United States Some daya ago It was reported to 4ho International officials that the com union employes pnny waB discharging BThlrd international Vice IrcBldcnt wan ordered to Chicago to tnnko an Investigation and he notified the headquarters In this city that tho foreman making the dlBcbargcs had been discharged by the company nnd that the men were being rein...

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 — 7 June 1901

I i1 if fVH t L U m m Edward Forshay Shoots Edna Stokes in Chicago Hotel UpUTS A BULLET IN HER HEART Actor and Manager Thought to Kill Himself Too but His Nerve Falls Him at Last Moment Had reled With His Sweetheart Chicago Juno 4 Edward Forshay -of KanHaB City an actor and assistant manager ot theatrical companies last night shot and killed Miss Edna Stokes an actress whoso homo Is at Mo and with whom ho was deeply In lovo Forshay claims to havo met Miss Stokes In St Louis six years ago when they were both playing an engagement The couplo played In different cities until last fall when they came to Chicago and becamo members of the stock company playing at tho Victoria Forshay evidently Intended to tako his life after killing tho woman for t upon his person when ho was arrested were letters bidding farewell to his mother and another to tho chief of jpolico Tho couplo wcro engaged In a des i porato quarrel throe days ago and Forshay is said to havo beaten tho i actress badly cutting...

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 — 7 June 1901

fini OJSWtt3 - The floplolk fleuas WetilRi like nhrep nnd best when killed ytmng chlcktus nre An cxehnngo thinks thtro Is no danger from fence corners so long ns tho barb wire trust continues to exist A Bhtplond of Amerlcnn Pchool tcachcra nre wanted In the Philippines to touch the young Iden how to shoot in n civilized mnnuer Tho pnramonnt issno for democracy nt present seems to N to keep tho rnnk and flic nnd ninny of the lenders irom becoming republicans Mr Urynn Is now coaviuced thnt McKlnley is emperor although tho bu jtremo court clearly stntes tliut congress 1h tho law making power Doctors hnvo decided thnt nppondl citlfi comes from too much exercise Now wntch the lazy men scramble for pjmptoms of the dlFcnfe Tho nntlon is ngniu seriously disturbed over Mrs McKinleys coudltlou nnd It in earnestly hoped by all that she will Boon recover her usunl health Democratic dlsnpjointmerit thnt tho roocnt AVnll street flurry didnt bring panic and disaster Ib eclipsed by the happy smile ...

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 — 7 June 1901

I AT TWILIGHT m PflTIFNPF l In tlie eld home slone t tnlllRlit pray j An night folih her relies oer TliarasKlvInR tliy mmi iiwniiiiK rio ny i ne iirciiRiit s glow The Icamllvl dreass of the long ago I ctif ro when my njnnl fret Wandered mid flo Mrs wilt and sweet When hearts were fjolilrn and iklts ucrc tlu And lite rtfliclid each rIoiIous hue When the dtareft Joy of the gladsome earth Was the hliuh of arbutus the violets tilth Ami uie deepest ol sil my tlilluith noo Was watching the bright petals fall from th rove Tale la the Mossom I blushing knew And Its leal overflowlnc with tears of dew x ne yiuiei mhis as me uroopi ner neaii You loved tnc hot as J on loud the dead lUmlillnp oer mossy ruins Rray Is tie eRlantlnc of the jrirs and today Its bright thorns gleam In the autumn sun Hut Its blosioms le alien one by one Ah 1 know full well for my thoughts will stray As 1 sit atone in the thadous gray Though the atbutus blossoms and gncctbrlcr grows That cery petal Is gone from the it H...

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 — 7 June 1901

I rW ftCTtU5 A rv li ll p iWtjjjpjifilMWPWBliP3 8 Iiiiiiiii Norfolk Lodge No 653 Enter tains Many Visitors continued until oclock this morn FINELODGE AND 0LUBR00MS CnnillilMr A Initiated During llm nnil Tlmlr Wlr From Neighboring Town Pronfiiit -Deputy V I Tnylor flnniliiuU llio IellcAlln FrnmHnlurdnjd Onllri Friday May HI will inm Into history ns n grout day with Klks lodgo No 05 6f tills city During Iho nitoinoou u clans of 10 candidates was Initiated nml lwit evening tho now olub ami lodgo rooniB lu tho Mnrqunrdt block worn opened nnd dodlcutod Iti u manner that will make tho vout memorable At 1 oolook oiintllilntos began to gather nt tho reception rooms nml In duo thuo they woro shown tho mystorlos nnd touohlngsof tho Uonovolont njid Protoctlvo Onlor of Klks Tho lodgo room was dnrkoncd nnd tho olootrlo lights turned on giving tho olToot of an oyouIuk Initiation Tho work was cou forred by tho rogulur oflloors Kxaltod llulor lloynolds presiding Following nro tho names of thoso Ini...

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 — 7 June 1901

A i SATURDAY SIFTINGS Jessio UnuBon wns In tlio city yester day from Wayne Miss Kute Stafford was a rassenger or Omaha this morning Mrs W M Witter of Superior was a Norfolk visitor yesterday Mr and Mrs J 11 Foster of Creigh ton were in Norfolk yesterday Miss A Ellcnwood of Stanton at tended the Elks reception last night Mr and Mrs M 0 Ilressler were Norfolk visitors yesterday from Clear water Mrs G W Sears and Mrs Briggs went to Omaha yesterday returning last evening Mr and Mrs Chan II Kelsey of Neligh were among Norfolks guests yesterday The lower floor of the Bishop block b being fitted with tho new incandescent arc lights Hon John R Hays delivered the Memorial day address at Creighton Thursdoy Mrs Frank Salter left today over the Union Pacific for a visit to her parents at Wood River The homo of W A Moldenhauer on East Main street is being treated to n fresh coat of paint Dr Fletcher M Sisson spoke at Lyons on Memorial day A monument re cently erected by the G A R post waB nnveil...

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 — 7 June 1901

4 t i i I Y Ui I MS LU i f H of sawwastM5Ajww 10 RAINMAKING IN 1892 Or ft ml Ulnnru rxporlmirA Willi Irof Melbourne Hecalletl by llio In- ilrinilrnl Tlio gonorally dry conditions rtt pros cut nbont Grand Islnnd has awnkonod somo reminiscences of tho dry yearn of 18MIU vr lion rainmakers woro In demand Tho Indopondont of Hint otty rIvch ftii Interesting ncoount of tho towns exporlonro vs itH Prof Mel bourne tlio high prlpst of tho business of ninklng molMuro Tho profossor who wniloporating In Ohoyonno prom ised to give Hull county ft half Inch of rftln for tho sum of 2500 Committees solicited among tho oltlzons anil farmers and woro successful In raising 2 MX Melbourne reduced his price 300 nnd wna Bont for Tho Indopondont tlniH relates his miccosr This was In August of I81U Mel bourne cumo Tliore wasnt u cloud In tho sky Somo of tho subscriptions woro withdrawn but tho balance wan gnurnutood to Molbourno by a local coin mitteo Tho latter would not lot Mol bourno boo tho color of tho...

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 — 7 June 1901

is i r I wwn pf0Hairm Ww FOR ONE WEEK CommcucitiR Juno 8th we will noil any article iu onr Show Win low FOR ONE DOLLAR Special Values Seo thein G F W MARQUARDT JEWELER NORFOLK - NEBRASKA mmmmummhimmmmw MMAv PARISH Has received through the kindness of Mr Burr Taft from his old home in Vermont a small lot of NEW MAPLE SUGAR This is the real thing J and you J can depend upon it 20c per id T TTT T T T T T TT T T T T TmTT T TTt A 4 i i i 1 1 YOURHOME will look barren and cheerless no matter how mnch furniture you may have if you dont have the walls nicely papered We have a pleasing selection of Damasks Ingrains Glimmers and Blanks at prices to suit the slender purse Remember we handle the Monarch Mixed Paint the best paint made KJESAU DRUG CO The Weather Conditions of the weather as recurded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum temperature 05 Minimum temperature J9 Average f2 Precipitato l 00 Total precipitation for month 75 Barometer 2055 Forecast for Nebraska Partly cloudy t...

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 — 7 June 1901

1 1 i y vv LI 4 rui til tumuLMimrmettltklllllitAlbml Tj T v r n kJpttsKBRltffPSa I JU WS V - S - -V 4V - - - X i X lB Il 1 1 JOHN TOPP PIRATE x X W M X X X x By Wcathorby Ohosnoy and Alick Mtinro V -- - cornuoirr 1P00 mr wnATiinnnr citrnwirr Ann auck nnno iijjjwriUTioa nr iu a oouitab hi -51 ar a a x i a x X - - SB v v xi V -v IT V V V C11APTKU XXIX Twrlvo men on their Iojjh wild llin iionlHwnln waving hln lioolc towiird ilio huts an tint coiiiiIh In lliu old inn n an Tinker Tom which In liolli crfpuliMl Twelve nion wild I arc more than every uno would Imvo nut olT Ihu ItOHlioro on which ton of them wuro Ij lncV Crvdlt whero rrallt In din Minder Topi replied the lioulRwaln All praise to your HiirKeuiilug for yon an tlio old man an nevvy loli which IIiohkIi iltl better than nnliiml in Kcneral Iiiih uiiHtowed a few jralnti o BeiiHu for thlH lime o need 1 dont iy but we should have lout u hand oc two more Hut as It In we got 11 an what I say la 11 men haint nhlo to tnke the Scourge to ...

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 — 14 June 1901

I I - 1 t y - M K The Nossqt Weekly News Journal ii Mayor of Omaha Appoints New Fire Department SALTER IS PLACED AT THfi HEAD Immediately Assumes Charge of the Department Chief Redell ders the Office Under Protest Ac tlon Confirmed by Council Omaha Juno 14 Mayor Moores yesterday appointed a flro department for Omaha and the city council ap proved and confirmed tho appoint- monts Chief John RedoUs nnmo docs not appear on the list Charles Salter was named ns cnlet of tho department and all other mem bers were left In the positions occupied prior to tho announcement of tho courts decision In tho Injunction suit Judgo Estello had granted a tern- porary Injunction which was later mado permanent restraining the board of flro and pollco commissioners from discharging or hearing charges against Chief Redell holding that tho appointive power rested In tho mayor and city council and not In tho board Chief Redell on being notified by tho mayor of the appointment of Assist ant Chief Salter to B...

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 — 14 June 1901

I PjMwfrwiMnnii ii nohMimm nnMnwttwimg The Norfolk l4ejs W N UPBIt Publisher DA1IT KMnldUlifxl ISM RTery dny rxrrpl Hnmlny lit rnrrlcr mr oek lb cnt llj ninll jr jtrnt WCO WKKK1V NrWN IOIIItNAI Xht New cMntillclirx IBM Tlio lourtml rttnMIlirl 1M7 XTrr Frlilny Hy r KRr M tlio loflonico nl Notfolk Nrh nn eoml cUm mnttrr VolnntifinrM Killlorlnl llrimrlmrnt No J2j Bnnlucfi Olllce ntnl Jnti lloomr No Ml Pennsylvania boIooiib are opposed to -women rushing tho growler The now woman has Koveral stops to take be fore nho 1b entitled to adopt this man nish privilege Tho Globo says An Atchison man did something oluvnn years ago and is talking about it yet Ho iB no curios ity AluiOBt any city has scores of that kind of people Jerry Simpson had his pookctbook fltolon recently Jerry hhonld eschew pooketbookB No one requires a pocket lKok bnt men with money and no populist is supposed to have money Gold dust is now tloatlng into Daw Bon Oity at tho rate of 40000 a day ThJB 1b another outrageous rc...

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 — 14 June 1901

a m vM y 1 m 71 ft UMHH i Outlaws Discovered in a Plot Against the Union Pacific DYNAMITE IN WYOMING RAVINE 1 Cheyonno Wy Juno 12 What was tindoubtodly a bold attempt to blow up a brldgo and wreck and rob an ox proas train on tho Union Pacific waa trustrated last night near Green River and officers are now on tho troll of tho outlaws Last Saturday a cowboy whllo riding through a dacp ravine six miles east Killed by Live Wire Marietta O June 12 MIs3 Lucy Hanna bookkeeper of the Marietta Y Daily Register was instantlv killed last night by a shock from a live wire to on an incandescent lamp Heavy elec g trie storms put the transformer out of 1 order Miss Hanna stepped on an Iron j door sill with the heavily charged i Wire In her hiinri nrwl tuna b lltni t let- stantly Victim of Hydrophobia Chicago June 12 Mrs J W Nash Siwas taken to the Pasteur institute I tidyesterday suffering from hydrophobia HilWiMrr hiinhnnH rilnrl Inot trii j - uuu vuu iubl tuuuy ituui jj Fpuc cuoLw ui u uiaa uog...

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 — 14 June 1901

S i csa m nwmvawmmm lie Cubans Finally Agree to Condi tions Fbccd by United States Vote is sixteen to eleven i Hesolutlon to Mnke It Port of tho Con J stltutlon le Passed Without Discus- Ion Senor Ferrer Chariots Front Only Four Delegates Are Absent Havana Juno 11 Tho Cuban consti tutional convention ycBtcrday accepted tho Piatt amendment by a voto of 16 to 11 Tho resolution to accept was carried without discussion Immedi ately nftcr tho opening of tbo BOBslon Honors Tainlo ValluendaB and Que nada constituting a majority of tho commlttoo on relations Bubmlttcd an a Biibstltuto for tbo committees former report tho Tlatt amendment an passed by cotiKrcBB recommending that It bo nccoptcd nnd mude nn ap pendix to tho constitution ScnorB Rivera Correoso Gcncr and Ilobau were absent Tho latter two voted against accept unco In tho previous division Senor 1Yrrcr voted with tho couBorvatlves explaining IiIb chungo of nttltudo by asserting thot ho bollovod acceptance would bo tho bcBt solution...

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 — 14 June 1901

n y iMB i Sick Soldiers at the Presidio Driven From Their Cots FIRE STARTS IN STORE ROOM Bpreads to General Building and Do- atroys Two Wards By Good line the Patients All Escape Death J and Injury Loss 925000 San Francisco Juno 11 A flro nt tho general military hospital at tho Presidio last night destroyed two Wards kitchen dining room nnd medl cal supply room None jT tho patlunts were Injured Loss estimated at 126000 The two wards destroyed woro known as tho measles wards and wero occuplod hy GO patients Thoro woro 200 patients In tho general hospital and all were romovod to places of safety without confusion or Injury until tho flro had been brought under con trol I Tho Are had Its origin in a room used to Btoro paint but tho cause Is unknown as yet The wards destroy od will bo rebuilt at once TO WALK FIFTY MILES A DAY Professor and Pupil of Sioux Falls Start on Foot for Buffalo Sioux Falls S D Juno 11 John F Floyd professor of drawing and phy sical culture In tho Stoux Falls sch...

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 — 14 June 1901

I 31 fl I - ok - - - The Norfolk lgms The rami who mnken two weeds die xvhoro ono tiled before 1h n pnblio bene factor Tho Yankee peril is growing nnd Knropcnn trade in likely to bo entirely destroyed by tho pot t To cntch n woninun oyo nn should bo placed In u department advertisement woo it i BhowlU bo itoni store certain to It mny lo pnld flint t bo dronl his wifely broken agniu Tho nforoRiiid drouth oontinncd ns ninny ns W coiiRCOutivo bourn Tho World Herald thinks tho low temperature nn iudirntion thnt tho north polo linn decided to meet tho ex plorers hnlf wny An exchango thinks thnt becnuHO tho Constitution imitated tho Shamrock by potting wrecked wo cnu do anything tho lirltlah cnu Tho drouth crokor uloug with tho calamity howler 1h by present events oompollod to mnintnin n depressing nnd undoubtedly agonizing Bilence Norfolk wouldnt bo much of a town but for her mcrchnutH nnd they Bhould bo pntronized in preforonco to tho mor chants of nny other town Stnutl up for Norfolk A...

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 — 14 June 1901

fc I t h L I I WHILE HE WAITED The clock upon the mantel stands It ticks and to 1 know Its coins DjI as to Speed Itl elided hands lont tnake a very rapid allowing Mr ladra mild an r tim MI Said the would le down In a second Id give a trifle Just to know llxactly how tier time Is reckonedl J The thine If nrettv nf Its kind Two chubby lenes support Its dlsL I One lovt a strong one though 1 Dnd j Supports me in this present trial I Perhtps by her fair hand tis wound 1 wonder this the while 1 linger My lady ran that too Ive found Wind mc around her little finger Che knows it too Ill bet a dime Her purpose is to keep me pueBalryf It seems Im only marking time Whereas 1 thought 1 was progressing Timel That Is why this clock Is net To mind us ol the momenta -fleeting But time completely 1 forget From the sweet moment of our meeting aicsi Win itic uuy irciiuuium I Click click her boot heels oak and leather Thump thump my heartl 1 knew ahetl come All three now keeping time together Chicago l...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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