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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1892)
ux County Journal.
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IIUKMUY, Ja.v. 21, 1992.
WIT AM 111 MOIt.
lured of Education' tli pupils,
lie Hi f sc.
tiling that should be looked into"
p-j.ope. Wusliiugtou Star.
I yorwij; man wlo lias a best girl
So hold bis own. Altoa Sentinel.
Bed's musUiclte is so tliin that it
ri 'II ........4 .. ..ww.ah
IfclJl W LVUIIl . 'JlllI lllll
maa is not very bright it
irdsliip to leave him to Ins own
jmniii, why does the preacher
W 'htotty' in the middle of his
long and exciting struggle
tjiullor the grip is able to be
)io. Washington Jhr.t.
ould you lie offended if I should
Your asking is what ollends
w I oris uihijit.
jrulutser (to house funiisiier's
'This stove won't burn'."
Bt "Ave coorse, soir, Iron
Iron't." Harper's Baza .
J saved $2," said Blykins.
it before Waylins could bor
am iimj.' Washington Star.
jfLndy Patient "Doctor, what
)0 when you burn jour mouth
'f "Swear." Plutarch's Decani-
jud a good deal of trouble," said
jnuu, confidently .
replied the cook, "I've noticed
'ffn your milk has the blues. "
"500 years, it is said, the earth is
Sftwd in a solid mass of ice.
21 then, at least, be no one to
jftbout green Christmas. Loui.-i-wiir-Jnurinil.
-5wlt is reported iirouud tluit we
have lieurd worse tilings than
f e r have." Lift:
y 0!iu -ut, vhii!. i., ihe prisoner
JLafeei'ty "Well, your honor,
Jich of a judge, but it smells u
,fi';e whisky. " Ur.
l'dy -" " ' kim tvhai
pf I Hie i- . i "ho s-. ea
yy "Yes m. Wen they gits
they kin earn two an' a half
M' a team." Oovd Xim.
Wr "I s)eak seven different
YtTl l'll I - ... A.
wnai ii you nave as a siarir
Well, you might give us a
'Votcli.' Binglitiiiitoii Lr'iikr.
fht," said the landlady to the
Jer, "if you hav: Mulshed your
Vase leave tiie li.l.ld,"
I no intention of t iking it with
led Mr. Blight. ;)elroit Fiee
"I can't pay you anything
V Tliat's what you told me
"VI1, I kept my word,didn'i
"tu you coming on with your
than I exacted. I've
ll the priucipiil characters ex-
nil they Rio not, on spvukiug
Jfery humble and iisked the
bile to eat,
W yoi veif' hIio uxi-lainied
Sat, ma'nmi" he ropliwl with
ftipt to be flip ami fiimiliur.
Wie mid with ft snap and shut
faiw, fVw Vrui.
h"U HU Peter doesn't stop
Jtriiitn crank Inventors down
Aw up my job."
k-"Wht ia Um trouble?"
)-"Wliy, one of Wntm fellows
jm tonlay and submittal pin no
this place heated with start
Air instead tt briuiUW-New
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co::;diriion with auy weekly
r in the United State.
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Tii Wo h.d-Hkrm.d Is the only weekly
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Ti: it by conilfnaiiiir Hnd tmillnr
tli ncg of cacn day, exc.-it Im
H.:'ut uiMlure, which are flrea iu f uli.
Hie Wkkki.t Wom.D Herald cootelns
iilonil:i acrlrullural department and la
the ouly weekly newipaper In tke west
bnviujr an agricultural editor. This
foakes it of aixH-ial ralue to farmers, be
" " t"1"" llie place of a aoecial iwrrl
ultural paper tad urea that expense.
. :i tii. pulilicatlon of interesting stories
liii W'iti,i-HeiiALD lias always been
nhc;i of all rivals In the west. It will,
during llio present winter and spring,
publish at loast ooe short story eacti
week, as it always does, and iu addition
It will spread before it readers some of
II ic best serial stories ever written. Re
cently Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett's
latest story, "Giovanni and the Other,"
baa appeared in the Wori.d-HkhalB
from week to week. After It came an
exciting and mysterious story by
"Luke Sharp," which ran several weeks,
and that will be followed by a new
story by "Hark Twain." the famous hu
morist and story writer. Others will fol
The World-Hcrald Ii great on politi
cal news. Boing Independent of party
organizations It It fair. In the presi
dential fight so close at haud It will give
in Its news columns all H'Ut. Editor
ially it will continue to struggle for tariff
reform, an increase of the money supply
on a sound basis, the regulation of rail
roads, the reduction of freight rates and
the development of the west. At Wash
ington it now has Mr. R. u Metcalfe, so
well known in Nebraska, and he will give
In the best and most readable form the
Washington news of greatest interest to
Nebraska, Iowa, Dakota, Wyoming and
other parte of the west.
The Worm)-Hiram alms to be enter
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Ing and Instructive Therefore evorr
Issue contains such humorous stories aud
witty paragraphs as can be gathered
from the best funny papers.
Pugilism, horse racing, boat races and
other sports are given due ipaca.
To make the World-Herald a rnm
plelc family newspaper religious ncvs
Is given when It Is of general interest and
all denominations are treated wltli cjiiii
consideration. Rev. T. DoWIlt T:il
mage's celebrated Brooklyn sermons are
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The latest quotations and rullncr prices
are carefully prepared for tlio Wkbki.t
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review of live stock, graiu, farm pro
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the price of one. Four pages Ttitt-usys
and eight paxes Fridays. This will give
readers the latfcht teltgraphic news ami
markets while it is fresh. Iu these days
of progress! venesjs the people have out
grown the weekly paper, exc.pt to sii
ply lK"al new s, The State Jtumtri is at
the head of the procession as ulways.
For tliose who canuot afford a daily pa
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year. Although t! cost of production
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per offers so much leading matter for
l?l. A special col respondent will fur
nish points of interest to Ivebraskans
from the national capital in addition to
tire regular telegraphic rerts from
congress, which are received over out
own wires. During the year W you
should be a reader of The K: mi-Weekly
Journal. Send for a sample copy and
see just what we give you for your
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