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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 19 July 1900

8 HEEIIER III BY ROHERT IMRR 181 E lfc Dili 01 llm Princess ICopjrUht 1MO by llobert nr Wlwit nlxtnt tlio 1liitiiniiiln of tho jirinccMt naked Mliw Ilnxtcr lior rrtrl oolty jiiiitud liy tho remark of tluudltor Tlint iarntlirrnluiiKRtory rojiHcd Wr llnnlwick and Itoforo I bcin It J wonld Hko to nsk yon 0110 or two qncHtinns Can you manlpulato a typo writer That depends on wlint inako it la Tlio ordinary typuwrltcr I uiuiiTritntul very tliorotiKlily Good I Ilnvo yon any knowledKo of Blinrthand A workable knowlcdKO I can wrlto nbout 100 words a inlnutc Ailmirnbio ndinirnblol Yonr com ina to tills ofllco was an Inspiratlcn Yon aro just tlio person I liavii been lookhiK for You didnt seoin to think so yestcr Any Mr llardwlck said tliti girl with b nly kIiuico at lilni Well many things linvo linjipeneil ainco yesterday Wo aro now dealiiiK with today and with Princess von Bteinheinier Hho is n German princess of conrsoV A German princess bnt nn Ameri can woman Sho was n Miss Urlggs of Chic...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 July 1900

5 L a V The Norfolk Weekly News NGTO China Said to Be Preparing for War With Allied Powers DUPLICITY EXPOSED IN MANDATE Utile lisneil In All Viceroy Ordering Thrui to Slake lrepnratloiii For Con lllct With Foreigner Army of 300000 to Protect IoUltiE London July 20 Mr Congers let ter tho substance of whioh has been transmitted to tho United States secre tary of the navy through Captain Thomas of tho United States cruiser Brooklyn has increased tho beliaf in London that there is no hopo for tho foreign legations in Poking and that tho claboruto fabrioof tho diapatohea by which tho Chinese aro trying to per miado tho civilized world that tho min isters uro still alivo is only intended to enable them to gain timo to oomplcte preparations for warfare The Shanghai correspondent of tho Daily Mail asserts that a Chinaman who is employed at tho BritUh legation ma a writer utid interpreter has escaped UEUTENANT COLONEL C A C00L1DQE INintli infanttjJ from Peking to New Chwang and that ho decla...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 July 1900

V TneflorfolkJSleuas V N HUSK PiibllMlinr DAILY KMnblUliml PW7 mrmil Similar Ht V 15 cents llj mull por jnar K lixllolitl For ludgn Ninth lllrlot J F llim pitrrlor 100 per WKKKIV KotnMUIied mi Krory Thursday Ily mnll per jronr lrrf IKiitorrtl lit llm Iostolllen nl Norfolk Neb as tecum rln matter Tolcphoun No 52 REPUBLICAN TICKET National For Irnrtiltnt WitiMM MrKlNIKT Ohio Knr VIcn Prw lilenl Tiikoimihi Hoihia ijit Now rk Hlitln Kor loMTimr Ciiahmh II DlKTlttril Allium For Ilouteumit looiniii K V Hvvuil Custor For Hocritnry of Stain Iko W Mmiiii Itloliitrdiuin For Treasurer WllMVMSlltimlB llllllllg For Aiulllor Ciiakikh Wilton Hliorldaii For Altonioy Uminnil Fuank N PnotiT Ihko For Land Cominltloiior OkoiuikD Foimkii Nuckolls For Superintendent of Public Instruction V K Fowiku Washington Presidential Electors John F NKHiurr l II WINIIOM KowAitn ItovHi II L llAome H I Davhihon Jacoii li Jacoiihon John h Kknncdv John 1 1 amii u Uniigrnrtslnuttl For Congressman Tlilnl District Jons II ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 July 1900

n THRESIIERSjVARSED Sfvlust be Careful in Crossing Bridges COUNTY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE Dhiiiiiro to llrtdRp or Outfit Alitat lie Home bj tho iicM Cminty toimnl Motion TraiiKiu t IWiluo This Wook Uhoi k TreiiMutM Hnoln Madt ov Ni b July 17 WOO 1 p m Boanl of Luauty commissioners of Mntlisou county state of Nobraska met pursuant to adjournment Prosont II W Winter J J Hughes and Christ Schmltt Minutes of Inst meeting woro read nud on motion approved On motion tho following bills wero allowed J F Altstadt work on bridgos Crowell Lumbor Co luuiberNj lfiO C F Knul brick for jail 500 A Schwank taking down and re setting lag staff 1 fiO applied on per sonal tax S K Warrick premium ou insurance on poor farm buildiugs 000 II W Winter freight paid f0 Western Wheeled Scraper Co 2100 Madison County Agricultural society county aid as per statute 44400 Ou motion bond of J F Jenkins road overseer district No 1 1 was ap proved Continued tho work of checking treas urers books On motion board adjourned ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 July 1900

FRIDAY FACTS J V Hansom vnn a Slonx Oily vis Aot yestirdny Bruno Hanson of Tilden Is lit tho city vlfiltlnp ft lends 1 D Hall tho WorliMIornlilinnn is tin Onmhn ioitur Mrs Hoyor was a city visitor yester day from Unttlo Creek MIsb Delia RcavlR of Unttlo Creek 1h visiting Norfolk frlondB August Molchrr was a pnsHonger for J lot Springs S 1 last night MIbb Eva Dolen returned today from i two wcckH islt with frirndfl In Humphrey Mrs 0 S Dridgo and daughter MIbb Mellio hvo gone to Fremont to visit ro IniivtH and friends Harry Mendonhnll of this city won out in both tho egg potato racoH at AlndiMin Widni Bday Another splendid shower of rnin foil lust night and thu luariiiK iimllty of tho rorn i rapidly Improving Mrs Walton and daughtor of Lincoln hit expected hero next week to vlHlt at tho homo of W 11 Bridge Miss Elncr Shaw who haH boon visit ing MIsh Jessie Bridgo has rotnrncd to her homo in Woascr Idaho MIbb Margaret Morrow ifl ontortninitiK u company of ladioB thlw afternoon in honor...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 July 1900

I A k t TUESDAY TOPICS E B Kenyon 1b abfent on a trip into Iowa Mrs Mullen of Albion in visiting in tho city B II Tracy rnailo a business trip to Picrco today Hurt Mupis wub a passenger for Plnluviuw today Senator Vf V Allen is in tho city today from Madison Jub Ahem of Wayno was tho guest of J 0 ChildB Sunday night llalsey Gibson camo in last evening from the Yellow Banks 6ick Mr and Mrs Tasnier and her sister nre city visitors from Creighton B W Zutz has gone on a camping outing to Ole Lowes for n few days One of the patients at the hospital for the insane who died recently was buried yesterday MrB S K Long returned last night from Randolph where sho has been on business Mrs H L Snyder has returned from nu extended visit to relatives and friends nt Piqun Ohio MrB H C Matrau and daughter have returned from their extended visit to Michigan friends Mrs J H Guy hart and sou are here from Milwaukee visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs A N Gerecke Dr and Mrs Prank Salter Clarence Salter a...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 July 1900

t Theflottfolkfletjas Tho fusloiilMs woo 1 mldnnd movement uhugor bogy limn thoy l ovor hopu to pronto Tho entire rountiy wna glad to hoar thru Minister Conger in Hnl nlivu und Mncoroly hopes tlmt no linrin ntuy bofull him It would hi both novel and intoroattng lo have tho fuslonlstrt givo some mnind and consistent reasons ns to why Brynn should bo supported by tho laboring nmn and tUo fnnnor Secretary of Stnto Porter tltiiilcH tho lnld rondors will poll nt lonst 10000 votes in Nebraska this full Tlmt In a protty fnir start for n party tlmt 1ms been almost annihilated by fusion Tho fusionists sounied to lmvo lioon HUtVeriiiK unnecessary Hpiiflum about tho mid road movoniont Tho populists lmvo gone right ahoml und niunod a full Htato ticket without thoir aid or consent Kx Congrossmnn Howard of Alabama is to stump Nebraska tor tno Hirnigni populist causp in Hoptoinber Mr Howard has tho reputation of being a llrsl class talker and will undoubtedly draw good crowds Judge Strode at Mucol...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 July 1900

i I J Our Line of Summer Footwears j Is Complete C See the Strap Slippers for Misses and Children Davenport Bros 3 DONT Think that ovurythiiu that ulistons UroIiI Move n clock until j mi hnro romoeil tho pumlulimi hall Turn n watch uliun jou wind it just turn tho koy or stum Clean mr sllwrwiiro with choap sritty or aciil prcpuatinn Let jour watch tun Iho or ten years without cleaning anil oilinu Huy choap spectacles They will soon ruin jour ejus Huy cheap platedwure lecauo it soon wears out ami jou hao to buy main Huy n rolleil platoil watch anil pay tho price of n hecatuo it lias a vauo miarau tea on it Forcot MAKQlAHDT tho NORFOLK JKW KLKH sells oniy the best kooiIa in hw lino Dont forgot our repairing dopartiiionl C F W MARQUARDT DR OF OPHTHALMOLOGY NORFOLK - NEBRASKA Of coarse you naturally Keep Your Eye on Our Show Window for the newest styles of Photo Mounts and latest in Medallions and Photo Nov cities Your likeness made to please you and your friends Have Your Pictures Frame...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 26 July 1900

I I 8 JENNlEBftXTER JOURNALIST BY ROBERT UARR loiijtidht two j nDti ntiri timtltmocll Tho detective Hinllotl nml giiaed P wnrd for n fow tantnllrItiK moments tit tho roof of tlm carriage Hern wo have Im wild at last nn linjHPiinioiiH prineo who innrrliH an American helrom as ho ninny of tlumi da The girl begins life In AiiHtrla on 11000000 wiy 200000 nml a cairn of dltinioiidn hiiIiI to bo worth nnother 300000 at lciiflt lirolmbly mom Not much danger of running through Unit Tory epecdily in there Smith No 1 ulionld think not So the average niiin would think continued tho dotoetivo HowtVtir 1 linvo long tineo got ont of tho lialilt of thinking therefore 1 make Hum Tho first irolluni 1 not to niynolf In thin How much nituioy hnvo tho princo and princeHS spent elnco thty wore married 1 find that tho repaint on tho Schlosfl Btcinheinicr Hltnutud In tho Tyrol cost Homothing lilto 40000 It in a hngo place and tho BtoinhclnierH linvo not had an heiress in tiio family for many routurlofl Th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 2 August 1900

4 fl i I 4 i f V i The Norfolk Weekly News TELLS OF PEKING Dr Morrison Cables Details of Situation in the Capital PROOF OF CHINAS GUILT Government Favored Rxtennination of All Foreigners CHAEGE OF TBEAOHERY IS MAD1 Hostilities Uavo Iemril but Ihn Foreign cm lUumln VlgHntit llutrlinilri Using MhiIc Stroiigcir Ctiiiilltlnii of Wonndaal 1 IiiiiroYlnc London Aug 3 At last tbo storf cf Puking has been told Dr Morrison tho Peking correspondent of th Times holds up tho Chinoso govern ment before tho world as guilty and to a degree of infinity nnd duplicity that exceeds tho surmise of its vrorst de tractors In tho same dippatuh ho gives iv moro hopeful view of the pros pects of tbo besieged than has been ex pressed by any of tho others who have been heard from Tho Tunes thiR morning prints tho following dispatch from him tinted July 31 Thero has been a cessation of hos tilities hero Peking hinco July 18 but for four of tieacbery thore has been no relaxation of vigilance Tho Ohineso fcoldier...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 2 August 1900

t The4oHfolkrlexis W N UUS1C libllHlir Knr jk ISrpiitf DAILY tnbliidid HS71 ilny orpt Hominy llr onrrlotlor liy mnu lr jni WKKKIV KMnMIMmd tSSI1 KtrrjTliiitnlnr Nymnll nr yir IM rKnri t tlio IVulolUcn at Norfolk Nol a lecuml claM mnltnr Tolnpmmn No 351 HEPUULICAN TICKET NMIimnl or WtllHM Ohio For Vice Proclilritl TiikODOHK Hmhikit New rk Hfntfl or Omnrnor Onutlis II Diuriniii iIiiiii For IjioilliMintit ooruor K 1 rUVAOU OoMor For Secretary of Jro W Mwtn KloliiinlHiiii KnrTrnmiiinr ViMiuiNiimTin Cumin F1uWhiok Hlnrll For Attiirnny Jminnil Frank N Iboiit idllltl For limil Commlmloner Ukoiiok I Foimich Niickolln For Superintendent f Pitbllo W KFowikr Wulilnlim Iroelilimllnl Klector fJOIIN F NKHIIirT 11 11 WINIIOM KlIWAItll ItOYHK It li llAlllllt H l DWIIIHON lACOII j jACOItlON John U Kknnkii John 1 Immikii VoiiRrfimtlKiinl For CoiiKroinitu Tlilnl Dlntrlcl -John It Huw Norfolk liiillrliil For Jiitliio Ninth IlUtrlcl J F litii 1 nlolowi T Tho prosperity Imhuo sooiiih to bo piint mount wl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 2 August 1900

f I 1 1- y i a y 1 HE- prairies tlio wind has ON full sweep It cliniitti cease Iohs dirges It niontis nnd shrieks nntl whistles Huh down to a whisper rises once more mill walls Across the pralrlos of southern nntl eastern Kansas vast Holds of wheat wave In the wind varied by acres of yellow rustling corn meadows of al falfa and clover fresh from a soil so loamy that one might thrust ones arm down elbow deep Into Its blackness and touch no clay but beyond nearer the Colorado line vegetation Is stunted the black soil assumes an ashy look gnunt cattle browse upon the parched prairie grasses and the smart cottages of the east give place to huts In one of these huts about which the wind howled incessantly rocking It to Its Inclllclent foundation an old woman stood slowly pressing her gaunt hands together and looking her heart In her eyes at a creature who huddled close to the open lire shivering He was a pitiful object Ills clothing was in rags his shoes were worn until the toes protrude...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 2 August 1900

FRIDAY FACTS 10 11 Tracy returned lust night from n bunliiens trip to Pierce ltinglings show will bo in Sioux City tbo llrst nutl hero tlio poeond Mrs O G Soinors is entertaining n few livtly friends nt tea tlilB afternoon A party of Norfolk people enjoyed a picnic at the Yellow Banks yesterday G W Hill wlm ImH been suffering from typhoid fovor is much improved Urn ml Island is ono of tho enterpris ing towns tliat will hold a Hi rent fair thin lull W 15 Spencer ami family ami Mr nnd Mrs Goo Williams went to Piorco today on a visit O 11 Touch ono oi Waynes mer chuntH was in the city this morning pnrchiifciug goods Hon T F Meinmlngor of MndUim parsed through tho city ycHtorday on Jiln way to Elgin Geo Sollery who formorly called Norfolk his homo wiir in tho city thin morniiiK from Noligh W H Johnson and family Mrs Xoung nd 15 Iu Johnson weuttoMadl hou today for a Hhort visit Carl Davenport haw nccoptod a posl lion with O 15 Douglity and will nssint him in putting in furnaces Mr and Mr...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 2 August 1900

I Mr t I A tt i 11 k t TUESDAY TOPICS Fred Asrnus is on the sick list G V Hill is reported ns very much improved iu henlth J W Ransom hnsgono to Sioux City on n mnttcr of business Will Darlington jr returned yester dny from nu extended Btny in Red Ouk Iown The peoplo of Valentine ivro discussing tho advisability of holding u street fair this full Jncob Haum nnd Julius Altsohnlcr drove down to Pierce this morning on business Miss Hazel Scoggiu is entertaining a number of little friends this afternoon at n birthday party The walks iu front of the Johnson dry goods store and Durland Sisters millinery are being repaired Miss lluth Mntruu leaves this evening for a two weeks visit with her friend Miss Clara Crusou of Custer S D The cottage belonging to Mrs Uudonz nnd occupied by C J Stockwell on Madison avenue is being reshingled Howard and Glenn Deeriug sous of Dr and Mrs W II Deeriug arrived this noon from Uontrico to visit Fred Jenkins Miss Ella Barrett nccidently fell from a chair thi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 2 August 1900

W TheflottfolkjSiccus Tho people luownttliin for norm ovi tionooto nhinv tlmt thu mnWtM Will not curry u Mnlu Htnto in tlu union Lets see Tow no win to bo with tlrnwn in cnso thu nilil roitil niovoinnnl luw not been was a failure Townn wltlnhnwn lUBVoiy itpptintut tllll tlOllKKTIltic Micccfl will lo tho roMilt of it muoh worse Mconl tlmii tlmt iiHtubliHliotl by the MoKlnloy utlinliiinlrutioii Tho Woiltl Uoialirn editorial pnK InUcsgiunt puiim to prove tlmt tlmiH aro no bettor now tlrnn In ISII roRunl Iosh of wlmt its want coluninHHiiy doroK atory to tho iirKiiinont Thin liifumuuH prosperity Hhould lot up a llttlo for Uryanrt wilco Howciui ho hopo to win whim tho calamity HtoppinK Btonos Blip out fiom uuilor his foot liko chips in a tub of Hoft soap Those sheet h which continue to aruo thatthoiois no piosperity anil tlinifl nre no hotter than under Cleveland must have a most profound dUroKiuil for their roadurs intolleclH Omaha Is havliiB much trouble with victims of the opium and co...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 2 August 1900

I - 1 3 J X Our Line of Summer Footwears Is Complete Sec the Strap Slippers for Misses and Children j Davenport Bros DONT Think th it ovorytliiinr 111 it sllatons IsVoId Mnvo a clock until oii luivo runiotud tho poniliiiiini I ill Turn n wntch when oti mil it just turn tlio kuy or stum Oloin jour Mluraru with choip Kntt or acid prnpnr itiona Lot your watch run Ihu or Ion joira without cle mint ami oilhn Hiij cho ip spectacle The will soon nun jour OJOi Uiiy choip pi iteilwiro liicmo itsoonwoirn out anil you hate to hnj intniti Hu n rolled pi 1 1 I watch ami p ij tho prico of a 20 juir cuso hocuuso it h i viikuu Ktiiirnu tea on it Fowit MARQUAKDT the NORFOLK JKSV KLCR soils out the heat goods in Int lmo Dont forgot our rop uriiitf Jiepartmont C F W MARQUARDT DR OF OPHTHALMOLOGY NORFOLK - NEBRASKA Of course you naturally Keep Your Eye on Our Show Window for the newest styles of Photo Mounts and latest in Medallions and Photo Nov elties Your likeness made to please you and your friends...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 2 August 1900

8 trre nf ClinrRPi Any ntlnlt MiiTirltif fiom n cold nettled on tho orenM bronchitis throat oritur troullcs of itny nntuio who Mill call at KIcriui DniR Co will If rtrwontttl with n friunplo bottlo of UopcIhob Gennnii Syrup frio of clmrgo Only ono bottle kIvoii to ono perron nml nono to children without order from pnronts Ho throat or Iuiik remedy ever lmd cncli n wtfo ns BoscIicoh German Syrup in nil parts of tho olvllizod world Twenty years ago nilllioiiH of bottles wore Kiven nway and your druKKistH will tell yow itp HUccusH was nmrvulmiH It Ih really tho only throat and Iuiik remedy generally ondormid by physi cians Onalucout bottlo will ouro or prove its value Sold by dealers in nil rivilbed countries Wim II nMlmule The mnrvellous euro of Mrs Hena 1 Stout of consumption hasoroated intoiiKo wccUenumt in Cammaok Ind writes Marion Stuart n leading druggist or Muuoio Ind Slio only weighed lt pounds when her doctor in Yorktown nnltl she nnist soon die Lhcn slio t iH gnn to use Dr Ki...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 9 August 1900

h I 9 7 - The Norfolk Weekly News FORAGINGON for the time se m un Bold EaidaBoingMade on the State TnndB by Fusion Officials PAID f OR SERVICES NOT RENDERED Bow High Up OnUlaU Have Vromotntl Trcntnry llnhU ImU llrcad for OfU olftli nnd Stale Ili eml for Iunmtci BEATRICE Nob Aug C Lost weeks report concerning the manngo mont of the State Institution for Fee ble Minded oiith at this place only gave a brief recital of the facts There axe other facts relative to it hitherto unpublished which are wor thy of the closest consideration by everybody FORAGING ON THE STATE Not content with plaqlng an army of incompetouts on tho payroll there 1b positive evidence that not only have favorites been permitted to furnish their relatives with bed and board but they have been permitted to draw money from tho public treasury for uervlces never rendered In this con netion the name of Judge Sullivan again appears and that too in con nection with a very questionable transaction The facts are theBo On tho...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 9 August 1900

Tfaeftorffolkfieuas W K UU3K PubUflUnr DAILY KdtnWUlicl 1W Krr eV 15 coats For Vlro Priflilnnt TlllOUOKI 1IKK icit Preiildontlnl Electors Conirrtiititlniinl KorCoiiKronnmn Third District Jons It Hws j liny oxcnm minnay nr rnrrwrii Hy mutt lor yoar H WKKKIiV KftnMUlintl HSU KvetylTlmtnlnyjHy mwH lr r 1M Knlorod t tlin IVtolllc it Norfolk Nob n toceml clnts ninltnr ToloplionoNii 521 MEPUBLICAN TICKET Nntlonnl nr PrntliUiil - WllMAM Mt KtMKT OllUl Now York SUto or Cimiim II Dirtnicn Adaum 1or Ileittountit Omornur K P SWAOK Cunlor For Spcrntnry of Stato Oko W Mvrll Itlrlmrdson For Trrnsurnr William SrMiri KR Ctmilmi For Auditor Ghaulkh Wkhton Hhorlitmi For Attornn Onnornl Frank N Ihout For Lniul Cominlnlotior Okomiik I 1OIMIIH Niickolld For Siumriiitotiiloiituf Public Instruction W K FoMhtt Wnnliliirtlon fJoiiN F Nkhiiitt II II WINIMM KmVAItl KOtHK It I llAMUK H P llAVIIIItON laioii i jaiioiihon John Ii Kknnkdy John J lmuu Norfolk Iiullrlnl for JihIko Ninth DUtrlrt J K Hom Vulolopo Somo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 9 August 1900

k I f 11 ft JL W W W f I M I T c s um VL Jp name Reuben really nntl truly It wns Reuben Wnlltcr HIS tho outskirts of Tunkhnu uock 1u lie came to town by the Pennsylva nia rallroud ami the Cortlandt street ferry and it was about 2 oclock In the afternoon when be made his metropoli tan debut In appearance be was somewbat nice the countryman of the comic weekly but not nearly so much as bo thought he was The fact is that Reuben was touchy upon this subject He didnt like his name and he didnt like his looks He knew that ids garments were rustic In design and ids headgear quite unfashionable I paid enough for these clothes said he to himself but darn em they - rllllt TllfV lOOlv lllSt lllCG me Rube Walker from Wnyback In particular lie regretted having brought a satchel of enormous size and antiquated design not quite the old fashioned carpetbag but certainly sug gestive of it He could see that the cabmen around the fcrrybouse observ ed It the gamins of West street offered with one voice...

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