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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 5 July 1901

t J y Vv ktQQ f 1V V J c 12 Governor Sends Ultimatum to Tclluridc Strikers TWO MEN KILLED IN SCRIMMAGE Imported Laborers Are Driven Over the Line and Warned Never to Re turn Developmenta In 8muggler Union Trouble Denver July G Tho following tolo graphic correspondence panned be tween Governor Orman and Arthur Ij Collins ninnnRor of tlio HnuiRKlor Union initio at Tollurldo the ticono of tho battlo with Btrlkora Unpro voked nttnclc mado upon our property Wednesday by sovoral hundrod armed maBked men Valuablo proporty do troyod two mon killed and iioveral sovcroly wounded HoHt of tho men drlvon ncrosn tho rango Donioradnor now have forclblo poHBonfllon Sher iff Rtiyn he Ib poworlenu to kIvo un possession of our proporty or protect lives of omployoH and han called for troops which wore denied Without this protection our proporty must bo indefinitely nbnndonod Will you tele graph mo advice and furnish tin pro tection Governor Orman Immediately wired nn follows Unlawful ponnpsalon of prop...

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 — 12 July 1901

r K i u T R f fa w IV El I nw r K tft i i I I ft it w i i t y V rTHE A 06 ii 1 1 inrnnr fninnrrnoiui r I lUIIIWMWhM Governor Herreid Appoints Him from South Dakota KNOCKS OFF SENATORIAL PLUM vai hormer political Lieutenant and Then Opponent of Petti grew It a Native of New Hampshire Who Came West to Practice Law Pierre S D July 12 Governor Herreid yesterday announced tho ap pointment of Alfrod D Kittredgo of Sioux Falls as senator to nil tho va cancy caused -by tho death of Senator Kyle I Governor Horded gavo out the fol lowing interview on tho senatorial situation For a week I have been receiving telegrams and lotters and listening to the arguments of friends of tho vari ous candidates for United States Ben ator These communications are so numerous that I know my friida will not expect mo to reply to each one personally I am so thoroughly ac quainted with tho men and familiar with the conditions and Interests of i our state that I feel I am as woll pre pared now as I would be In an...

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 — 12 July 1901

The Norfolk Neus V N UU8K IubliehM DAILY RMuMUumI Ml Kterj ilnj Mfriil BnmUj H futrlrr lr tk 15 crtiU lly mull yet year fci wrrKiv nkws ioiuinai Ths Nimr rotntiltrlitxl ISM TIip Jonriinl MlnlillMicd Ml liter Irlilnj Ur null ir jrnr IIM Knteted ftt tlin IoMoflleo nt Norfolk Net at trend rlnu mallet Telndionrn Kdltorlal lriartmriit No Ms line liiptc OIllcs nml Juti ilwimr Nu 822 Tho park roinmipsionerB of Now York City hnvo nbolinlicd pny clmirg nnd thopo who uow go to tho imrko may nut themselves without pnylng for privilege Tho people of Now York nro Rotting generous nml soon tho tnlk of taxing tho air a portion brenthes there will have subsided Governor Snrngo is of tho opinion that tho Bonth Omaha bull fights aro perfectly innocent and lmrmliSH nmuso mont nntl Bays that ho would not ho afraid to become a bull fighter liiniholf with such nnimah in tho arena All they need in someone to bruiih tho fllon nway and they become perfectly docile lie fearn that tho management of tho affair...

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 — 12 July 1901

i tor - Ik v I m i VI I i d- l ft id BDHRHB Land Seekers in Line at Regis- tration Booths WILD SCRAMBLE FOR TRAINS I Men and Woman Overcrowd Coaches I Going That Way Hotelo Are Al ready Overtaxed and Hundreds Will Be Forced to Sleep In the Street I Oklahoma O T July 10 Nearly 1000 peopto left this city last night to 60 to El Reno to roglstor Only ono train left hero or that placo and tho coaches wero crowdod to their utmost capacity Several hundred people watted at tho station until the train came In when a wild scramblo ensued for seats Women as woll as men wore boosted through tho windows of tho coachos which were filled almost as Boon as the train had stoppod Others stood on tho platforms or climbed to tho top of tho coaches Nearly every one carried a blanket and provisions Canteens and jugs were taken along to guard against a water famine Tho hotels at El Reno being already filled hundreds of peo ple will bo compelled to sleep In tho Btreots El Reno O T July 10 Every train comes...

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 — 12 July 1901

l - 1- - 4- mi 1 1 in Alton Passenger and Freight I Trains in Collision INJURED NUMBER OVER THIRTY inductor of Freight Starts Hit Train Out of Marshall to Meet Second Section of Passenger at Slater For getting First Section Knnpna City July 11 The full hor ror of the train wreck on the Chicago vnd Alton railroad near Norton Mo yesterday morning when a west bound passenger train collided with a fast lite Btock train both going at ood speed was not realized until last night when n train loaded with bruised and Braided persona arrived fcerc and transferred Its Bufferem to the hospltaln First reports of the accident Indicated that four trainmen ml two passengers wore killed out right Of tho wounded who started for thin city four wero dead beforo tkc train arrived and seven paDHcd uway at tho boBpltula before midnight mnk 1S 17 dentliK up tO the present time In St JoBcphR and University hos fxltals are 10 persons at IcaBt two of fhdm arb expected to dlo Tho phyBl laas wJU not glvo an opi...

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 — 12 July 1901

fe y t v j 4l w i 1 1 in Endcavorcrs Take Up Regular Program at Cincinnati PROMINENT SPEAKERS HEARD Cooler Weather Imbues the Visitors With fcest for Work and Christian Service and the Greatest Enthusl asm and Zeal Are Displayed Cincinnati July 91 Porfoct weather yesterday greeted tlio thousands of Christian Rndeavorors who are nssom blod horo In tho 20th annual conven tion The program as arranged by tho committee mado yesterday the great day of he convention Mcotlngs ga loro wore hold nnd they were all largo and enthusiastic Tho cooler weather Boomed to have an Invigorating offoct on tho Endenvorers as they seemed Imbued with a zest to work und the Services of many woro gladly accept ed on noonday evangelical work which assigned them to small revival moot fngB on stroot cornors In the tone taient and manufacturing districts The MubIc Hall auditoriums woro tn use during the morning noon and evening tho historic walls reverber ating alternately to Joyous hozannas of the thousands and...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 12 July 1901

i i i I The Hop oik Hetns Tho WorhMIernld snysi Miss Ne braska looks well In a not waist u stitfnr green skirt nutl u corn bolt Oklnhonin has just hnrvpsttil its owhpat crop of 510000000 bushels ItNt swpet to think of the number of ieoplo Oklahoma granaries will fccil Lets quit grumbling nlont tho hot windier nnd talk up that harvest fonti t1 for Norfolk to bo given curly thin Ml ahd what 1h inoro lets make it n winner with n big W A species of wooil tbnt expands like rubber 1r ono of tho uowly discovered iaoduotB of tho Philippines Politicians after tho persimmons will in tho future have their poles constructed of this material If there is ono employment more dls tasteful than nuother during a spell of torrid zone weather it must bo thnt of tho man who hauls and shovels coal Now tho Ice man bht there there all philosophical idenH arc positively malted nnd in distasteful nrrny Tho Wlnslde board of villous trustees has pmtmd as ordinance fixing an oc cupation tux on bowling alleys pr...

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 — 12 July 1901

t - - 1 u r v A FALSE STEP Sweet thou hart trod en heart 1 rami There a world full of mm And women u fair aa thou art Muat do rich thlnga now anj then Thou onlj haat atepped unaware Malice not one can Impute And why ahould a heart have been the In tlie way erf a fair womana foolt It waj not a ttone that could trip Tior waa It a thorn that could raid Put up thj proud underllpl Twm merely th heart of a friend And yet peradventure one day Thou pitting alone at the glara Remarking the bloom gone away Where the amile In IU dlmplcment waj And seeking around thee In tain From hundreds who flattered before Bueh wod aa Oh not In the main Do I bold thee leu precious but more Thou wilt ilRh my like cm thy part Of all 1 have known or can know I wiah I had only that heart 1 trod upon agea ajrol Klttabeth Barrett Browning lAnVAAUIILUl I Boer women have very often fought alongside of tbclr husbnndB and fa therB and brothers In the wars of the republics of South Africa Some of them ore capital mnrk...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 12 July 1901

i i V Wi 1 8 nn an ii Voters to Decide City Electric Lighting Proposition SEWER FRANCHISE GJVEN i - i i Oemmlttee Reporta hit lli4 Contllllon of rnuipiint Witrwork AtnllonftUii Wner Voninmini Will tin Agll Allowml Full Tliitn Otnrlnl Unit orSpeolAlrtlllii from BktnhlM Thn citv counoll mot In Adjourned regular tiosslon last itlghf with Jljnyor Koonigttolu and uoanollraon Ifruin nmnd GlomoutH Dognor Uow Uhlo Westorvoli unci Walkor nrosout Minntos of tho mooting of Juno 20 woro corrocted nnd approved Tho nudltlng conimlltoo roported book ah correct the May reports ut tho treasurer cldrk nud ifollod Jadgo jiUho reported ns oorroot tho polloo judges report for Juno - Thostruot nnd alloy oinmittoo to portal that tiioy hadltoooiVod tho jtllirig for tho Thirteenth Htroot oulvort also tho onr of crossing stono M Tho publla works ooiumKtbo iiiado tho following report To tho Mayor nud City Council Your committee on tho repaint to tho largo punip ropurts as follow vLho big piuup ropairod by Rey...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 12 July 1901

J - SATURDAY SIFTINGS B G Dean is iu TUden doing soino pnlnting Mrs Beccher was up from Stanton yesterday Geo Damon was a city Tisitor yester day from Wayne Frid Sidler made a business trip to Hndar Inst evening Knbcn Finney of Wayne was in the metropolis yesterday Mary Odiorno went to Sioux City yes terday to visit relatives Judge Douglas Cones of Pierce was a visitor in Norfolk today C H Vail and Henry Uoveo drove to Pierco today on business Mr and Mrs H Hancock of Stanton -were in Norfolk yesterday Dr W O Campbell of Creighton wbb a city Tisitor this morning H M AbtB and little son of Columbus were city visitors over night Mr and Mrs H J Backes were in the city yesterday from Osmond W H Emge is haviug his residence on South Fourth street repainted A L Tucker and G B French of Wayne were city visitors yesterday Mr and Mrs E B Kenyon visited relatives in Plainview over the Fourth H E Hardy expects to leave tomor row for Boston and the east to visit rel atives Mrs L R Craig and Miss...

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 — 12 July 1901

K v 4m 10 HMNHi Mrs Gadsden the Subject of Many Suits 7B STILL AN INMATE HERE 114 Not fMrr tlur BiUiww Kut Wm Or ftfrul TnuwfwrrM lo the lliUn Any luw Jnln ClarnUli T Uttrnln I mum it Itowtrnlnlnff Or4nr Perhaps thoro boa bam no ow In tlio Norfolk honpitat for tho liwonathnt 1mm exoltpd nioro general lutorest thou that of Mrs Ins Qariffdou of Bohuylcr Thoro is a rontontloubotwm Mr Uiulrt don ntul tho pntlonts family that has brought nbont numerous complications Mrs Gndsdon in Rtlll iw Inmato of tho hospital horo nndor a restraining ordor granted by Judge OornWi of Lincoln Tho board of publlo lands nnd buildings ordorcd hor romovod to tl Llnooln Asylum nnd hor rolatlvos haaring of it got ont this restraining ordnr boforo tho order of removal reached tho hospital nuthorltios Tho Schuylor Qnlll contains tho fol lowing article regarding another oaso ponding boforo tho dlstriot court of Col fax county brought by tho pntlont Tho commission appointed by Tudgo Hollonbock to Investigate in r...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 12 July 1901

tr i fe 1 W i 4 I f When Doctors Disagree Consult an Optician dV 7Mr rjrjm 3rOWW Nervousness headaches leeplessncis and dizziness often puzzle the best physicians Nine times in ten eyestrain is the direct cause Nothing can effect a permanent curt that does not remove the cause That is what our scientifically fitted f lasses -do C W PHQUAflDT OPTICIAN NORFOLK - NEBRASKA PARISH Fresh Celery Just Received PARISH YOURHOME will look barrou nnd cheerless no matter how much furniture you may have if yon dont have tfa8 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 KIESAU DRUG CO WE DO WOT BELIEVE in carrying goods over from one season to the other In order to close out our en tire line of SUMMER MIL LINERY wo will sell every thing at COST PRICE We have a few Street Hits left that we will close out Regardless of Price Miss E J Bender Tlie Weather Cond...

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 — 12 July 1901

Jo i t r i i i i 12 an rai its Takes First Step Toward Ter minating Freight Slashing 7 WITHDRAWS ITS CUT SCHEDULE Chicago Great Western Still Is tha Disturbing Factor but Other Roads All Seem Likely to Enter Irrto an Agreement Without Difficulty Chlengo July 12 Tho Atchlmm To pokn nnd Biuitn Vo lliillwiiy company yoflUmlny ofllclnlly iinnoiincuri that tho cut rntirs flcliuiluloil to go Into offoct on tho ChlcnKO MlHBourl river illvliilon of Itn Myntuui Imil liooh withdrawn KoRiilar rntoa woro roRtornd inl no tlccB to thin offoct woro toloRraiibcd to tho tirlnclpal nRuntn In tho torrltory ftffoctud ThlB In thu flrat dollntlo tiiova to ond tho jvcBtom frylRht rato wnr which hnw boon llerco ono whllo It lifHted Tho ruling llnttirlmncji throat cnod tho IlirnhiRM of 2G roiulii nnd brought forth ntroni roinoiiHlrnnco from onutorn flimneliil and ImnUlug IntoroHtfl At tho meotlnir of tho woHtorn trunk lhro commlttjto today It In pxpcctcd an ugrooinont to maintain ratcBwll bo intulo nnd n wo...

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 — 19 July 1901

1 1 K f I The Norfolk Weekly News Journal 00 IMS SIM 1 IK I cisco With Big Attendance 80NG3 AT INAUGURAL 8EHVICES Devotional Program and Welcoming Exercises Constitute the Major Por tion of business of First Day Last Trains Bearing Delegates Arrive San Francisco Julv 19 Tho first day of tho lirtli International Epworth Lcaguo convention opened with a cloudless sly nml perfect California weather During the forenoon tho Btrcets leading to tho Mechanics pa vilion tho headquarters of the league were thronged with thousands of delegates wearing tho badges of the order and long before the hour fixed for the preliminary proceedings tho vast structure which will accommo date 45000 persons was practically filled Tho Alliambra theater and Metropolitan teniple where simultane ous meetings were held will each hold about 2500 people and provision has been made for nny possible overflow in cnurciies oi various denominations Differences of creed hnvo not been considered and tho entire city Is tak ...

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 — 19 July 1901

i Hi 1 n w I The Norfolk Heuus V Ne UU8H IUhllUlHT KTfr tiny IHk lit DAIIV KMnMUlirxl Kv nxrent Similar Hr cutrlcr Mitt Hi ninll ct j rnr WOO icr WKKLdiV N iVHiHMtltNAt Th Nmt NtnltllfliNl ISM Tim Jmirtml cMnMlflinl 1S77 Kerjr Irlilnj Hj mull r tnrf1M Kiilfitnl nt tlii ritllcc nt Norfolk NbIi nf cotiil clnti rflntttr Telnilioiif f liilltorlnl Drnnrtmrtit So 22 llnMnrn Olllcn nml Job ltoomr No 322 Those follows who started for the north polo from Norway Wednesday aro envied by i largo number of peoplo nl present engaged in earning their bfend by tho sweat of their browH Tho hot wcothor hlntR being indicted upon tho liusy mnu by certnln down papers ixrd most aggravating Anyone enn keep cool If they havo tho tlmo They can anchor thenipelvis In a run ning stream if nothing cls Those who delight In tho luxury of watermelons nnd cantaloupes will un doubtedly bo compelled to pay hcnid Mimely for that fruit this summer mi less rnlli comes very promptly Tluso nro tho ctors that ore suffering...

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 — 19 July 1901

if Et DM111BI Steel Mills Patrolieti by Armed Watchmen WELLSVILLE EFFORT A PIZZLE -1 nffill rrUK Q I UIIlfllCU VSIIIUIctlS bAJI CUB UdUVIUW tlon With Results Accomplished Pittsburg July 18 Tho principal events In yesterdays strike situation woro tho falluro of tho sheet steel peo ple to reopen tho Wellsylllo plant with nonunion men the offer of llnancial assistance mado to the Amalgamated association by tho 2000000 members of tho American Federation of Labor and by tho American Window Glass Workors association tho coucorted action of tho association to organize tho lmmonso shoot steol plant at Van dergrlft and tho fact that soveral of tho closed plants aro being patrollod by armed watchmen and guards Tho Amalgamated officers profess great satisfaction over tho results ac complished sinco the strike began but officials of tho companies as hero tofro will say nothing While Wollsville Is the strlko conter now tho battleground will bo shifted to McKccsport next week if the re port be tr...

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 — 19 July 1901

i IV i I P h IIS I SflBHED Claim to Have Made Good Al Their Promises MANUFACTURERS KEEPING MUM Managers of the Billion Dollar Steel Corporation Maintain Strict Silence si to What Plans Are Delng Made by Them Pittsburg July 17 The second ttrlke dny closed with the AiRalgn Hinted officials In a hatlsfied mood and clnlnilng to havo inrnlo good every promise ns to results On the other band the manufacturers will not pay a word concerning the strike and refuse to he quoted In any way The Amalga mated people pay that nothing has been pnld to them of any plan for me diation or arbitration and that they will continue to carry out their pro gram an originally announced Tho closing dijhi of the Clark mill nnd of the MnncBBen fiheet mill Ib looked upon as telling victories and an al most complete tie up of the three corn ranlra In tho district Hut one tin mill that at MoncRRen nnd one sheet mill at Diincnnvlllc remain nt work The fact that the National Tube mill re ceived a RubRtnutlal advance...

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 — 19 July 1901

-V V t m on io ii First Display of Strength Sur l prises Steel Combine REMAIN AWAY FROM THE MILL8 Employes In Two More Establishments Where Organization Is Not Recog nlzed Join Strike Nonunion Men I I Join Amalgamated Association Pittsburg July 1G Reports re ceived from nil sources connected with the great strike of the stool workers Indicate that tho memhors of tho Amalgamated association havo mat ters well In hand and that the Btrlko erdor was generally oboyod Tele grams from various points whoro tho mills of tho Amorlcan Tin Plato com pany tho American Stool Hoop com pany and tho Amorlcan Shoot Steel company aro located tell of tho shut ting down of theso plants In largo num bers In many cases tho plants had been shut down by the first strike or der which affected tho sheet steel and the steel hoop compantos only The last order brought out all of tho union plants of tho Amorlcan Tin Plato company with tho slnglo excep tion of the now mill In Monossen which Is still running At tho...

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 — 19 July 1901

I 1 I f v h v r i i i i i e r I The Norfolk Neuas jiTfpito of the hot weather prevail ing generally thero wn ft frort in Ohio -recently and Mr Bryan and hl para mount lucs Miffered therefrom If Norfolk people only had a pnhllo park now in which people could penil a iwrtlon of then- hot divys a portion cf their troubles would lw removed or at leant forgotten - t Rainmaker Wright or IiIh votaries could now win the deep gratitude of Nebraska people by exeroiiing their ideas to the extent that the state will be blesed by a healthy ralu Morm When Norfolk citizens get folly en Unised nothing daunts thorn They are Incoming enthwed nbont tlloFeptember carnival and the 1 -est ti mo over knows in north ebrwkn will be the result Omaha hows an increase of 000 p8r cent in building comparing Juno of this year with the same month last year Omaha builders anu enjoying a prosperity tht must ho funnily ap preciated A philosphical article on the cause force and effect of blizsardB and their phenomenon...

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 — 19 July 1901

wfc c i L SS - i WHEN PEGGY GOES TO MARKET When Peggy takM her lket up And of to mirkrt fotn Im tupflcl with wonder at How fty much she known Bhe mkr lirr way between the rtll And with Judicial sir Drclclcs that this la so and o And tkat is pretty fair f Ehe knows If fish arc fresh or not And wis as any owl Ehe differentiates between A chicken and a fowl Ehe thumbs the breastbone- of Iho one And pulls the others legs Ehe squints her pretty little eyes To test the new laid eggs The vegtahlts must be Just right For with a critics eye Bhe scans them not Inclined to pass Tljcir Imperfections by Bhe calls the markit folks by name Ah what a lot she knows When Itggy takes her basket up And off to market goesl When rcpsy does the marketing My heart with pride she fills 1 1 go along a useless thing Kxccpt to pay the bills Johnstone Murray In New Orleans Times-Democrat THE SHADOW OF A DREAM t BY 1IEL0ISE DURANT ROSE Copyright 1S90 hv Ervin Uanlman X It was in tlio lntter pnrt of tlio Inst cen...

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