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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 24 January 1902

* . . _ , _ > s i I 12 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY JANUARY 24 , 1902. I Retards Senator Mason's Reso \ lution of Thanks to Schlcy , IT GOES TO NAVAL COMMITTEE. Resolution Is Practically Identical With That Adopted In the Case of ] Admiral Dewey House Raises Pay | of Rural Mall Carrlora. Washington , Jnn. 21. An' effort vrna made In the Bonato yesterday by Mason ( Ills. ) to olittiln coiiHliloratlon for a Joint roHolullun , which ho Intro duced. cxtondltiK tlio tlmnUfl of ton- Kress to Hour Adinlrul Wlnflold Scott Bchloy "for his bravo anil nhlo conduct \vhlltt In coinumnil of the Amorlcnn flcot at the vlctnrlnun hnttlo of San tiago. " The effort , however , wnu not BUCCCBflful. MaooH'H aisolutlon. In addition to the thnnkfl of congress provided tlnvt Admiral Schloy should lie presented u word , Uiat hronzo incdaln coinmom- orntlvo of the Imttlo of SanllaRO hould ho distributed to the officers and men "under the command of Schloy during Raid hattlu and that $10.- 000 bo appropriated...

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 — 31 January 1902

THE NOBFOLK WMKIY ' . NEWS-JQUBNAL. ' 'a NORFOLK , NEfittXSjCA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 1 , 1002. 'Cat Department Upholds Court's Findings. CHARGE A CHANGE OF FflONT. ,4Judgo Advocate Lerrily and Solicitor Hanpa Accuse Admiral Schley of Shifting Ground Hla Conduct the Main Point at Issue. N Washington , Jan. 31. fho "com ment" of Judge Advocate General Lemly and Solicitor Hanna upon the appeal of Admiral Schloy , as submit ted to the president by Secretary Long , begins with the statement that Admi ral Schloy and his counsel have shift ed their ground. They say the chief features of the case were "tho retro grade movement , " "disobedience of orders , " "Inaccurate and misleading official reports , " "failure to destroy vessels of the enemy lying within sight , " and "injustice to a brother of ficer. " The commentators says : "Upon all the above named features , believed by us to bo the most import ant , If not the only really important matters Into which the court made In quiry , the con...

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 — 31 January 1902

2 THE N011FOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUAltY 31 , 1902 , The f4otf oik Heuus W. N. UUBU , I'ubHuhor. DAILY. KMnltllftlinil , 1881 , Kvorj day oicopi Hmiilny , lly carrier i > or weak , 15 cent * , lly mall i or j onr , 10.00 , WKKKI.Y Ni\VH-.1OUUNAl. : , Yba Naw * , oatabllnhnd , 1S8I. Tim Journal , flttahlUhoil 1877 Kvery Friday. Mj mull per ynar , $1.M. Kntan l at th Poitofllce nt Norfolk , Nob. , ni tvooud olns * mattor. 3TIplionnM ICilltorlnl Pnriartment , No. 2) ) TSojIntwi O(1)ea ( ) and Job Jloomi. No. 322 , IHxby has ( loon convinced for nome limo tlmt the corn crop IK nianrod. Anyway thin weather IB styMi EUK * iMid is Inconvenienced by Bovoro cold and licnvy snows. If it wasn't tlmt the people fool so hot bent the Bnrtloy pardon tlioro would bo mnoh greater ( raftering from the oold. t It IH enld tlmt the Kov. Irl Hicks actu ally predicted cold weather for January. Ho must bo n prophet or the eon of n prophet. Franco IB to go into the canal bnftl HOBS to Bonio extent , herse...

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 — 31 January 1902

THK NOIUKUt ) NKWS : FUJIAT. JAWfATIYM1,1002. . Stormy Outbreak on the Philip- 1 pnie Question. INDULGE PERSONALITIES. Senators In Angry Humor Utter Blttor Tnunto and Jeera That Almost Re- oult In Fistic Encounter * Com merce Bill Is Passod. Washington , Jan. 29. A. Philippine etprm was central in the sonata cham ber yesterday for nearly three hours , but woa devoid of , doflnlto reoulte. At times , lt looked very oorlovB Mid the opwctalors , who thro c d the allorles , i ra'tchad" Witt b'nwthlcfis fet r st. i AcrlijBony , la scant * dcbat d I * not iferrequest , bat It has b ft * jntmrm r co Mioro bu b amKb % & bjn l ea ef fclt- lr Tltu oraU f praoaal Unit , of uy to th Hlep - > . rtc * fnr d with y - "trr * * * -v r } * " "TVI" , "pc * * T personal blt erncia mmnlfecUd t iinofl , yeptKidAy. Irrlta lem , was aroused on , , both eUeo .of tb thwcabif , agd pncs .ortwice pomonnl of ypter botwe nBenatonf epemod , Immlnen Onco. when Senator Teller tainted. the Republican senaton ...

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 — 31 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 31 , 1002. Reduction of Revenue Contem plated by Republicans. PECIDE TO DEFER RECIPROCITY. .Argument Is Made That Burden .Should Be Removed From This } Country Before Other Considers- \ tlons Relief for Cuba Must Walt. WunhluRtou , Juu. 30.The Ropubllc- ia monibom of tlm wayn nnd moans vonirulttoo lurid ix private conference k\Bt night nnd decided to frame a bill Tor the reduction of war revenue taxes before proceeding further with the subject ot Cuban reciprocity. Chair- 3BUVU Payne at onoo called a mooting of the full committee for today , when work on the war revenue reduction bill will begin. No draft of a bill nan boon prepared by the Republican mem f bers , but it In pretty fully understood } : Clint the majority la prepared to pros- lit'1) ' ) cut a monsuro olfoctliiK a largo reduc tion , amounting practically to n roponl of the eutlro war taxes , nnd aggregat ing nbout $ C8,000,000. The restriction of recent hcnrlngs to beer nnd tea led to...

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 — 31 January 1902

f THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 31 , 11)02 ) , 5 Dynamite Explodes in New ! York Rapid Transit Tunnel. MILLION DOLLARS DAMAGE DONE. Magnificent Murray Hill Hotel and Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital Are Wrecked Debris Files In All Directions. Now York , Jan. 28. The reserve supply of high explosives stored at the Park avenue shaft of the Rapid { Transit tunnel , now la course of con struction , blow up shortly after noon rjrcstorday. The giant blast klllod lx persons , injured many others and florlously damaged all the property reached by the flying debris and the vibration of the shock. The Irregular aquaro formed by the Murray Hill -hotel , the Manhattan cyo and car hos pital , the Grand Union hotel and the Grand Central station , was the scene of the explosion. The buildings named ' ( sustained the greatest damage , but the area affected extended for several blocks In the four directions from the center. The dead : Roderick J. Robertson. Cyrus Adams , Ralph Thompson , Thomas ...

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 — 31 January 1902

TJIE NORFOLK NEWS : FH1DAY , JANUARY 31,1902. The wind Is tempered to unit the Ice niul coal men. It can freeze icoin Nebraska in winter when it Bets out to do no. Nebraska in not boosting of its adopt- I. . nullity on whiter resort not jtiHt now. Anyway it won't bo long until ground 3iog day whou the people cnu dollnitoly uncertain if this m > rt of thing IH to con- tiuito. _ _ An Ohio Kcctlon boss rooontly died , leaving n fortuna of $30,000 , mostly in money. Ho could probnbly show nioro cash than thu hcntl officers of his road. Mountain climbing in perhaps a lioalthy recreation to UIOHO who Bnrvivo , but that it is not healthy to all ( H oppar out when it is known that 110 cHmborn Joet their llvofl in Switzerland last year. Little King Alfonso of Spain dooa not intend to allow King Edward to Imvo nil the glory. Ho IB planning to bavo a coronation himself about next May and expects to bavo n llttlo excitement there- with. No , gentle reader , the Bulgarian bri- Rand and the Be...

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 — 31 January 1902

WITT ? xtrvT > rvvr irriira. . IAKTITADV 01 irvno ADVENTURES ' OF CUPE Tlio fitory of n Poor VOHIIB Mnn'a Visit to tlio Country Hunt of n Illuh > ' 7lonil. Hy F. W , AIlNOLD , , Tr. The lace curtain WUH limp with rnln , the windows of Iho house opposite re jected the clouds , and Little Gupe's own window sill was blistered with lit- tie backs of rnln on which floated to bacco atoms. Little Oupc felt much as the day looked. "Go anyway , " en couraged the medical students. -Thtt'iliryiicrofe Llttlo'Olipe had seen Eb ( air the'medical ' alildeiitta know Eb , for lie had been one of thq inpr.o dls- tlngulfUicfl'-'iiil'u ' In college ) , and Qupo hud told his medical mates that Eb hall InVited him to spend Sunday at his home in the country. The medical 'student- ' knew that Eb had colored car riages and when at college had dined with the most exclusive families. 1 They said ho was "a darned 'bright man" ahil always talked earnestly and bravely When they met him. ' Kb" was n6w a Iaw...

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 — 31 January 1902

Till ! ! NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , JANUARY 31,1002. Elks Lodge , No. 653 , is Nov. One Year Old , A PLEASANT ENTERTAINMENT Exorcises Commemorating Ilio Olrtl of the Lodfto Wore Hold Last Evorv Ing Followed by Dancing and at Enjoyable Social Session. 1'roin l < ntnnUy' * Dnllys It 'was n gay party of Kllcs and liullof tlmt awunnbled lit the olub rooriM of thai organization last evening , to oololiratc the HrRt anniversary of the institution of Norfolk ledge , No. OC3. It was Homo- what nftor the appointed time when Mr. 0. II. Reynolds , the oxnltod ralor , onllod for order in the bull room , whloli Imd boon hnudsotnoly decorated in par- plo and white , aud n short oommoraora- UTO program glvou. After niofllo by the orchestra , Hon. A. J. Durland won introduced nnd gnvo n ttvo-nunnto tnlli . .H on "Tho birth of Norfolk lodge , No. flfiS. " "Our iiiHtiilliitlon iw n lodgoJan- .Hn nary 2(1 ( , 11)01 ) , " was told nbout by B. A. Bnllouk , ono of the victims. J. B. May- lard gnvo u Bhor...

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 — 31 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. JANUARY 81. 1002. SATURDAY SIFTINGS. John Boyer was hero yesterday from Humphrey. , T. W. Iltunphroy niiulo n business visit to Pierce yesterday. 0. B. Miinn of Meadow Qrovo was n Norfolk visitor yostordny. Lee Martyu of Ilutnphoy oujoyort the Elks celebration last night. Mrs. A. J. Dtirlmid returned lust night from n week's visit iu Olnaha. E. II. Lnikart was down from Battle Crook to nttond the Elks anniversary ball. ball.MiBB MiBB Emma Brown and Mien Sonnon- Siheiu of Stautou wore city visitors yes- torday. MioJAsmtis retnrnod lost night from "West Point where ho hna boon visiting relatives. Mr. Tunis Isbistor of Evanston , 111. , vrill bo the guest of Rov. J. O. S. Woills tomorrow. Hon. W.1V. Alien of Madison enjoyed - joyed the festivities at the Elk club rooms lost night. Dr. and Mrs. D. B. McMahou of Newman - man Grove were hero to attend the Elks tall last night. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Brooks of Ba/ilo Mills participated in the pleas ures provided ...

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 — 31 January 1902

V 10 JfKWS ; Fill ! ) AT , JANUARY 31 , 1902. Large Class of Candidates In itiated , WORK OF DEPUTY SIMMONS. Norfolk Lodpo ; No , 07 Will Soon Number Above 200 Members. Supper Served by the Ladles of tlio Degree of Honor In Q. A. R. Hall. Prom Tlinrmldf' * Pnlljr' Sliico the organization of Norfolk ledge , No. 07 , A. O. U. W. , the mom- burs have not. nttumtod n mootliiK ( ) f livelier intoroRt or of ( poiitm moment than the 0110 hold last nl 'lit in I. 0. O. If. hull , when a clan * of About 40 candi dates WOH Initiated Into the myntetlon of the ordor. Those Imd boon solloltod by Deputy Grand Master * Workman V. Cl. SlmmoiiH during the past tt > MO Weeks and ho presided over tlio mooting and directed the work with dispatch mid sat isfaction , demonstrating that ho U equally nt homo iu the flttld floHolthitf members or in the lodge room taking part in the neorot work of the order. Al though the olafiH WUH a largo one , not Hourly nil who Imd boou elected wore present to take the...

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 — 31 January 1902

Tim NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. JANUARY 81. MH)2 ) A Wilting Contest FREE TO ALL ! First prize , fine Gold Spectacles , worth $15 oo. Second prize , fine Gold Spectacles , worth $10.00. Third prize , fine Gold Ring , worth $5.00. Take an ordinary one-cent postal card.size , HJ xG inches , nnd write with I > cn nnd ink the following : Dr. Marquardt ; Ophthalmologist , "Whoever writes it the most times , will receive the first prize ; the second moat , the second prize ; the third most , the third prizo. CONDITIONS. Every word must bo written plain , ( lostiuot and correct. After the last word Ophthalmologist put down the number of times , if ouo hundred times , say " 100. " The iiamo and address of the writer must bo written at the bottom of the same sido. No writing on the front side will bo counted. All postal cards must bo in my office at 4 o'clock p. m. , February 8 , 1902. The prizes inclndo examination of the eyes and a correct fit guaranteed. If the persons winning the first two...

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 — 31 January 1902

i 12 THE NORFOLK EWS : FRIDAY MNUAtfY 81 , 1902. Desperate Murderers Break Jail at Plttsburg : . WARDEN'S WIFE RE8PON3IDLE. Furnished the Diddle Brothers With Oaws and Revolvero With Which They Overpower Guards and Qaln j Their Liberty Woman Is Mlnolnu. PltlsburK , Jan. 31 , Kilwnnl nnd John lllddlo , awaiting execution In the county Jnll for the murder of Qrocor ThomiiB 1) . Kohnoy ot Mount Wash ington , overpowered the jjuardB at \ ix. in. mid escaped. The warden's wlfo la missing jiml In mittpeotud of furnishing the revolvers nnd HIVWH to the lllddlos which enabled them to OB- capo. Bhortly buforo 4 o'clock one of the Diddles called to James Mcfloury , who had charge of the outnldo cat OH , and naked for some cramp medicine fn a luirry , Baylni ; hlu brother waa danger- oualy nick. Medenry hastened to the cell with the modlelno , when John Hlddlo nprnng through the opening of the cell , the burs of which had boon cut , nnd , seizing the guard around the waist , hurled him over th...

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 February 1902

THE Nc oi EEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. f t\ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ _ . . . % „ - „ . . . _ . NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 7 , 1002. 1 Operators Refuse all Demands in Joint Conference. ARE OPPOSED TO ANY INCREASE. "Other ISSUQO In Dispute as Far From Settlement as la Rate Agreement Matter Is Referred Back to Subcommittee - , committee Position of Miners. Indianapolis , Fob. 7. No agree ment was reached yesterday by the committee upon which doponda a basis of Bottloment of the differences be tween the United Mine Workers and the oporatoro of the four competitive mining states. The subcommlttoo hold a session at which the question of the minors' demand for a straight Increase of 10 per cent formed the point of discussion. The minors' rep resentatives on the committee wore given to understand by Francis L. tlobblns that the operators were a unit against an Increase of any amount ; that this attitude was firm , and as long as the miners insisted 'upon their demands for the introduc tion of the...

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 February 1902

j".ir.r * " , r- * * ' * * " V . . * * w JT * / f * * * 1 M THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , Fr/im.rrAliY 7 Uhl W. N. 11UHW , I'ubHuhur. DAILY. ICntnbllsliAil. 1H87. Kvnrr day oicnpi Htitulnjr. lljr carrier | ior w o U , 1& emit * , lly umll imr ) nnr , ( A.OO , WKKK1.V Ni\VH : IOUUNAI , . The News , ostabllnltoil , ItW. Tlio Journal , oMnlilliOiod 1H17 Ktery Friday. Hy mall tiaryenrt.fiO. Kutarod at the 1'natolllco nt Norfolk , Noli , , ni teoond class mnttor. _ Ttl'iilimicM Kdltarlal Dnimrtmnnt , No. 22) ) Itaslnefs Olllon ntnl Job lloomn. No , S22. Governor Savage certainly 1ms n nvro quality of ncrvo to auk the people to on- domi IIH ! adniinltttratton , Governor Sarnie IB not llholy to put Hartley bnolc , but the republican con- volition will put the ( jovornor back into private lifo , The Gornuuin now charge that laud WAH anxious to Intervene iu tlio Spanish-American war but wan prevented vented by the stand taken by Germany tTlio United StatoH will soon bo compelled to hire n ...

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 February 1902

T1IJE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , 1WJUMRY 7 , 1002. 0 SATURDAY SIFTINGS , 'Gco. II. Spear returned from n trip west this noon. There will bo sorvioos at the Bap tist church tomorrow morning. ( ' Mrs. Duvid Baum accompanied Miss Edith Altschulor to Omaha yesterday , i Mrs. W. J. llnport of Hartlngtou ia here visiting her parents , Mr. mid Mrs. Henry Soiunilor. Mrs. MoKltu ia suffering Homo inconvenience - vonionco ou nccouut of an injured hand , which she hurt ou n imil. The Norfolk Woman's ohib will moot Monday afternoon with Mra. K. P. Weathcrby instead of with Mrs. O. 0. Qow. The Degree of Honor gave a card party in Railway hall last night. There was a good attendance and all enjoyed n nice social time. Miss Slasouteacher of the Sixth grade V in the Lincoln building , treated her pn- piltj to a sleigh ride last evening that wns greatly enjoyed by all participants. 0. F. W. Marqnardt has inaugurated a novel writing contest which will un doubtedly interest many people capable of writing...

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 February 1902

J.O T1I JfJ&PAT. JMGBMAltt J. 1002. i WEDNESDAY WRINKLES. i Mm. K. O , Mount wont to Onmlm i\t noon txl y. lion. F , T. Hnlo of Battle Crook in n Norfolk vlbitor. Lout begins n week from today , Unit being Ash Wednesday. ' ' ' Rbv. , T. P. Pouohnr wont to Btnntou yesterday nnd will return tomorrow1 , A. il. Winder roturnod'yoHjonlny from n business trip to the Block'Hlllfl. ( . Thonnts Boll of Lunk , Wyoming , IB ) visiting his Norfolk rolntlvtw and Monde. ' Pour couples of young people drove to Stnntoulast night to attend ( \ dadoing ) party. I Mr. mul Mm. Goo. D. Hnttarfiold wont' ' to Omnlm nt noon and will 'attend ' tho1 Elks' fair. Dr. P. II. Suitor him boon called to1 Buttle Crook to enter coAfloltntloki with Dr. Tiuinor. Dr. A. 13. WliiHhip of Boston Is obo nf-kud to giro the com monoomont oration ( of tlio Fremont High school. MIH. Whittomoro , wlfo of Htixto 15nulc Exiiminor Fred Whlltumoru of Iilnooln is tlio guest of Mrs 12. W. Halm' . , , The regular mooting of Pione...

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 February 1902

L > THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 7,1902. 5 .Buried Under Ruins of Burning Building at St.Louis. . frEN OTHERS SERIOUSLY HURT. Structure Suddenly Collapses During a Fire Heroic Efforts Are Made to 8avo Some of the Men , but Effort a I Are In Vain. St. Louis , Feb. C. At loaat ten men fivoro Iclllod and as many more Injured . at a flro which broke out last night in the live-story stone and brick building - ing located at 314 Chestnut street , oc cupied by thp American Tent and 'Awning ' company. . The builrftoe sud denly collapsed and the firemen wore V caught In the crash. The dead : August Thierry , Michael Koboo , William Dundon , Charles Krcn- nine , Patrick Bergen , Daniel Steele , thrco plpcmcn , names unknown. The Injured : Frank Lingo , Monroe Moore , Patrick McCarthy , William K. Julleb , William Hogoland. The building In which the nre orig inated was located In the old business soctlon of the city and was about CO years old. The blaze , which proved a hard one for...

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 February 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 7,1902 , A Slonx Olty policeman ban Kiualhlng ho has the smallpox. I'tlnco Henry will find PO inimy of his countrymen hero thnt ho mny dccldo to locate in the United States. The Kearney Hub tried yellow journalism Thursday. Hut it couldn't help it the pnjwr IIOUBO Inul blundered. If a few inoro "fnlth lipnlorH11 wonld I bo placed In the ImmlH of rocolvorH < fiomu deluded followont would bo just n v , troll off. _ t It congress will continue to favor the 8 boot migixr industry nnd do nomothliiK tow iml irrigation the went will bollovo thnt it is still n portion of the country. b 1 Governor SHVMRO limy tlilnlc every thing JH coming his nnd Hartley's way , but they should not bet their ontlro Btwko on it until after the convention incuts. _ _ _ _ _ _ The Fremont Tribune thinks the cry. ing need of the hour is for n self-shovel- ing snow. Fremont would flnd n very fuir substitute in nn onorgotlo street oomuilfwiouor. Some of the papers tlmt ridlou...

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 February 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 7 , 1902,3 . . | IKE'SOXEN _ * How Ho Trained Thorn Nautlo- 4 ; ally and What llapponod In Consoquonoo. Among his neighbors Job JInlncs vrns considered a pretty fair sort of man. lie bnd settled In n little town In the southeni part of ICnrtsaw , where lie lived na nu lininlRrant from New Hampshire , nnd he brought hla Yan kee sharpness with him , but as ho 'dealt fair and attended to his own business ho passed , The only member of the family besides Job and his wife . was Ike , a nephew whom Job had tak en to bring up , as ho bad no children of his own. Iko was a typical New England boy about fifteen years old. He had been brought up In one of the coast villages of Maine and had a great f 1 love for the sea. Job , like the majority of Yankee farmers , was n firm believer In cattle and did most of his work with oxen. One day he said to Ike , "Ike , If you'll take that pair of yearling steers and break them to work , you can have them. " Ike was e...

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