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THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 7 , 1902,3
| IKE'SOXEN _
* How Ho Trained Thorn Nautlo-
4 ; ally and What llapponod
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 exceedingly well pleas
ed at that and at once assumed clinrgo
of his new possessions. If ever n pair
of young oxea were well taken care of ,
they were. lie groomed them ns care
fully as the horses , so that their sleek
coats shone ns glossy as silk , and he
, vas so kind with them that they were
as gentle ns sheep. He named them
Jack and Kllly.
In his western homo Ike never forgot
the farolt ocean. It had been the ouo
hope of his life to bo a sailor , but his
Lclug sent west had destroyed It.
iWhcu his uncle gave him the steers to
break , the Idea came to him that
though ho could never expect to tread
the deck of his own ship he could use
eblp phrases In the education of his
oxen nnd thus always be reminded of
his own home beside the sea. Thus It
was that Jack and Hilly were educat
ed to work , "broken , " totally Ignorant
of the usual commands by which oxen
arc managed. "Gee" and "haw , " "git
up" nnd "whoa" bad no meaning for
them whatever. It Avns "haul away"
and "port" and "starboard" and "bo-
lay. " "Stern all" was back. The oxen
grew nnd waxed strong , and his uncle
ft. often remarked that he never saw a
ft.p > - team that could do more work than
r those oxen and Ike. No one but Ike ever -
er thought of handling them.
The nearest neighbor to the Ilalnes'
iwns Deacon Mcrwlu , a good man and
pillar of the church. The good deacon
saw that Ike's yoke of oxen were
Workers , nnd n desire came over him
to possess them. lie offered to buy
them several times , but Job always
Bald that they belonged to Ike and
Jvvere not for sale. The deacon asked
Iko If he would sell them , but met
with such an Indignant refusal that he
felt angered , but did not give up the
Idea of possessing the cattle. Finally
lie went to Job nnd said :
"Neighbor Ilaiues , If them cattle'll
work good every way I'll give you
? 400 for 'em. They're too much prop
erty for a boy like Ike to have , nnd It
Is apt to create in him n bad sperrit
and make him feel above his elders. "
"Well , I don't know , deacon. The boy
sets a deal by them cattle , and a prom
ise Is a promise. I gave them to him
If he would break 'cm , nnd be has , so
I'm bound to keep my part. "
"That's all true enough , Neighbor
rtnines , but Ike's only a boy , nnd then ,
remember , $400 ain't offered every day
for n yoke of cattle. Why not sell mo
these nnd give him another pair to
break ; that 'ud do him jlst ns well ? "
The deacon's $400 and persuasions
finally weakened Job's scruples , nnd
ho gave In. The deacon was to try
them , nnd If they worked all right
AvnS to have them for $400. How to
tell Ike what ho had done was a poser
to his uncle. Ills aunt declared It n
downright mean piece of business nnd
told Job plainly what she thought of
It was flnnlly decided not to say
anything to Ike until after the sale had
been made and the cattle gone. In or
der that Ike might not be on hand to
BOO his pets sold ho was given n holi
day and sent to spend the day at a
neighbor's , n couple of miles nwny ,
where there was a boy of his ago who
was a sort of chum of his.
The next morning Ike was off bright
nnd early , and the deacon was on
hand shortly after. It would not be
far | t0 j0i ) to say that he did not have
any misgivings. He would have back
ed out of the bargain at the least
chance , and he really hoped that the
deacon would not be satisfied with
them. The oxen were brought out nnd
yoked to the cart without difllculty ,
though the deacon remarked that they
did seem "kinder stoopid. " Job nnd
the deacon climbed up Into the cart.
"Gee up ! "
The oxen turned their big eyes round
Inquiringly. "Gee up , there ! " repented
Job. But they did not move n hoof.
"That don't appear like good break
ing , " remarked the deacon.
"They're broke nil right , " replied
Job. "Come , gee up , there ! " At the
enme time he gave each a prod with
the gond. In response to the prodding
the cattle walked off toward the open
gate , In which direction their bends
happened to bo turned. Job did not
want them to go In the road , so.he .
shouted out , "Hoy , hey ! " to turn them
nround ; but the oxen had no Idea what
"hoy" meant , nnd so kept going
straight ahead. Job shouted louder
nnd struck Billy with the goad. They
quickened their gnlt Into n trot and
turned out Into the road. Then Job
Hhouted , "Whoa , whoa ! " But they
did not mind that either.
"They don't appear to be ns well
broke ns I reckoned on , " remarked the
deacon ns he stood In the cart and
viewed the proceedings.
They're broke well enough , " replied
Job , rather nettled , "but I'm strange to
hem. Nobody but Hut ever drove
"Well , turn them about , " nnld the
lea con ,
But they paid no hood to any com
mand , and finally , exasperated , Job
struck thorn both with thu goad , and
they started at a full run down the
road. Clattery bang the cart went ,
nnd both Job and the deacon were
compelled to hold on the cart stakes to
prevent being bounced out of the cart.
"Stop 'em ! Stop 'emI" shouted the
deacon. " 1 want to get out. Whoa !
Whoa I Wboa , you varmints ! " But
thu oxen only tossed their heads nnd
the faster. " . 'cm ' "
ran .Stop , can't you ?
Job watt downright mad by this time.
"Stop'em yourself , you old fool ! " snap
ped he. "You know ns much how to
stop 'cm ns 1 do. "
"We'll bo chucked wit mid killed ! "
shouted the deacon as the cart banged
over n stone.
The oxen were now thoroughly
frightened and running awny for fair ,
and both men were badly scared and
holding on for dear life. All nt once nn
Idea struck Job.
"Say , deacon , can't you talk some
sea talk to 'cm ? That'n what I've nllers
heard Ike talk to 'em , " he called out as
the cart bumped along.
"Brother Unities , such sea talk ns
I've heard ain't proper fcr a pillar of
the church to repeat , and I'll call meet-
In * on you for this If we git out nllve , "
replied the deacon , with as much dig
nity ns ho could nssumo while holding
to the stake.
"Do try , deacon ! " shouted the terri
fied Job. "It may save our lives. "
Just then the cart gave a fearful
lurch , and the deacon banged his head
against the stake ho was holding to
with considerable force. This made
him boiling mad In addition to his fear.
"Splice the main brace ! Shiver my
timbers ! IMpo nil hands to grog ! " and
then , ns that had no effect on the.fran-
tlc team , "Boat ahoy ! " nnd then , losing
nil control of himself : "Ahoy ! Ahoy !
Drat you , yon blnnkcty blank brutes ! "
nnd the deacon let out such a string of
profanity that Job turned a shade or
While this was going on the oxen
had got over considerable ground. The
people along the road gazed In open
mouthed astonishment to see two such
staid citizens going along so furiously
with nn ox team nnd Avere terribly
scandalized at their apparent hilarity.
Ike , totally unconscious of what was
: olng on nt home , Avas plodding along
toward his chum's Avhen he heard a
fearful clatter coming behind him. lie
turned nnd could hardly believe his
eyes. There came his pets Jack and
Billy at a furious pace and his uncle
nnd the deacon In the cart.
"Stop 'em , Ike ! Stop "em ! " shouted
his uncle Avhcn he stnv Ike.
Jko stepped to one side of the road ,
and ns the cattle dashed up called out :
"Belay , Jack ! Belay , Billy ! " At the
sound of the familiar A'olco and com
mand they stopped nt once nnd went
quietly up to their young master.
"I'll have the IIIAV of you for this ,
Job Ilalnes , " snarled the deacon ns he
painfully descended from the cart.
"And I'll call church on you ! " retort
ed Job ns ho rubbed his bruises. "I
Avon't belong to any church with a
man that kin swear like you kin. A
purty deacon you be ! "
"If I had a brat like that , I'd skin
him nllve ! " roared the deacon ns ho
glared at the bewildered Ike.
"Isaac , take them cattle home nt
once , " said his uncle. "As for this
wicked man here , I shall never notice
him again. "
Ike took the -cattle home. His uncle
walked. Ills aunt told him about the
contemplated sale , and , though ho ex
pressed commiseration for his uncle , It
Is doubtful If ho felt any. His aunt
said It served them just right. Ike
kept his oxen.
Cnrlylc and Boron.
Whether Carlyle Avas a dead failure
or not is a moot point , but he certainly
did not know IIOAV to put up with
bores. "The art of being savage to
those people" or "such things" ns he
would have designated them which
Scott so signally lacked , AVUS possessed
by him In Its perfection. What he
could "least endure , " AVO nro told , Avas
being bored. "The anathemas Which
ho heaped on unfortunate bores exceed
Ernulphus' In exquisite variety. "
A whole museum might be filled with
Carlylo's bores alone. He obtained ac
cess to the Immortals , nnd they bored
him. To his acrid humor Charles Lamb
was something less , almost , than n
bore. Coleridge , whom he had not
been disinclined to revere , was a bore
of the most oppressive kind. "He hob
bled nbout with us , " Avrttes the Ir
reverent Thomas , "talking Avlth a kind
of solemn emphasis on matters Avhlcli
Averc of no interest. Nothing came
from him that Avns of use to me that
day or , In fact , any day. "
Oentns Tlmt Will TCln.
A certain hardware store In this city
employed ns clerk n genuine eighteen
carat genius. They did not know It
nt the time , but they are firmly con
vinced of It noAV.
One day a country customer came in
to buy some powder to use on a huntIng -
Ing trip. The HCAV man waited on him
nnd , not being thoroughly "on to the
ropes , " gave him blasting poAvdcr by
The next day the purchaser brought
back the lumpy blasting powder to ex
change for what he originally asked
for. Here Is where the new clerk's
genius displayed Itself. Instead of tak
ing back the blasting powder on the
spot he tried to argue the country cus
tomer Into buying n coffee grinder ,
with which the blasting powder
might be ground to Uio requisite fine
Sad to relate , he failed , but he made
n great hit with his employers never-
thelees. Syracuse Herald.
WINE AND WATER ,
A f < IniiI < Mttlc Trick nt Oner Er-
( < > ot > mill M > NfrrliMm ,
lllrtv Is a trick that ! H always effec
tive , and , while It Is very simple In
deed , mill It Is bound to appear JuM a
woo bit mysterious , and many , espe
cially your little brothers nnd slstora ,
will be unable to explain It.
Take two ordinary claret glasses and
(111 ( one to the brim with claret and the
other equally full with clear water.
Cover thu top of the glass containing
Avatur Avlth an ordinary visiting card
BO Hint there are no places around the
edge uncovered by the card. Turn the
glass upsldo down and place It on the
top of the glass containing claret and
adjust the glasses so that their edgeu
moot exactly all the Avay around.
Now move the card slightly to one
side so that there Avlll bo a little space
nt one side of the glasses Inside uncov
ered by a card. At once a thin stream
of clnrot will begin to rise through this
space , not mixing with the Avntcr nt
all , but UB edges clear and sharply de
fined. The water , too , Avlll begin to do-
sccnd Into the glass containing the
claret , a pure , glistening wlilto stream
against the ruddy red.
The stream of claret , too , rising
through thu sparkling wlilto of the Ava-
ter presents n beautiful effect , nnd In a
moment the claret Avlll begin to spread
nbout the top of the upper glass like
the unfolding of n rod rose nnd the wa
ter Avlll spread In the bottom of the
leAver glass. The two HuIdH will not
mix , but will present n delightful con
trast of red and white Avlth sharply de
In n very short tlmo the claret nnd
water Avlll have changed places , the
claret being In the upper glass and the
Avnter In the lower. This Is due to the
difference in Avelght of the liquid1 * ; AVII-
ter , being the heavier , forces Itself Into
the lower glass , and a portion of the
claret Is moved up to take the place of
the descending \vater.-New York Hor-
CURE FOR CATARRH.
A Remedy Which nil Olil Vlrfflnluii
Snyii IK Iiifnlllhlc.
An old Virginia horse breeder who la
visiting In New York claims to have an
Infallible cure for catarrh. "It seems to
me , " he said "that JK ) per cent of the
people of NOAV York city suffer more
or less from catarrh. If they Avlll do
as I suggest , they can cure themselves
In short order.
"A friend of mine Avho used to live
In Yonkers had such a severe cane of
catarrh that ho Avas compelled to give
up his business nnd go to Colorado.
The doctors told him that the high alti
tude of that slate would benefit him.
He remained In Coloindo nearly n year
and then found himself ns badly off as
Avheu he left Yonitcrs. After he had
made up his mind that nothing could
cure him and that be might as well
die nt homo as among strangers he mot
nn old tinker , Avho gave him the reme
dy , which cured him In three months.
"Dissolve a little pOAvdered alum In a
pint of cider vinegar. Use the solution
ns a gargle three or four times a day.
It Avon't do any harm If you swalloAV
fcome of It. TAA'O or three times n day ,
but particularly just before going to
bed , dip n chicken feather In vaseline
nnd stick the feather up the nostrils.
I suppose any contrlvnuce bought nt a
drug store for the purpose Avlll do just
as Avell ns a chicken feather , but the
old tinker Insisted that there Avas some
medicinal virtue In the feather.
"The gargle clears the throat nnd the
lower portions of the air passages from
the nostrils. The vaseline heals the dis
eased condition of the affected parts.
In n week the sufferer Avlll feel better ,
and If he will keep up the treatment he
can be assured that he Avlll be cured. "
NCAV York Mall nnd Express.
It la sold that n foreman stereotype ?
In n London printing Avorks has had a
curious Avlndfall. Going to n sale of
musical Instruments , ho purchased an
old harpsichord for 20 shillings , be
cause , having n hobby for fretwork , he
fancied the wood of the front panel.
When he got bis purchase home , he
dissected It. He then discovered that
the harpsichord had a double back ,
nnd presently between the boards he
found very old Bank of England notes
the total face value of which amount
ed to 30,000.
Preferred to Have Her Talk.
They Averc exchanging reminiscences
of a pleasant evening.
"And Avhat did your wife say when
you got Homo ? " asked one.
"Nothing , " nnsAvered the other.
"Nothing ? Well , you Averc In luck. "
"Oh , I don't know. I'd rather dodge
words than some other things. " New
York Mall and Express.
Fraction ! Application.
A certain minister during his dis
course one Sabbath morning said , "In
each blade of grass there Is n sermon. "
The following dny one of his floclr
discovered the good man pushing n
laAvnmoAA'er nbout his yard and paused
to say , "Well , parson , I'm glad to see
you engaged In cutting your sermons
short ! " Chicago NCAVS.
ro ill > le Explanation of It.
"I wonder what's the matter with
Willie Jenkins ? lie's been getting into
all sorts of mischief of late , especially
Thursday afternoons. "
"Oh , that's easily explained. That's
the afternoon Mrs. Jenkins goes to a
mothers' meeting to discuss the proper
method of child education and disci
pline. " Chicago Post
To Swallow III * Own Advice.
"I had n horrible dream last night , "
finld Huddlcston Avhen he came down
to breakfabt the other morning.
"What was It ? " asked his Avlfc.
"I dreamed that I AVOS In purgatory
nnd Avns made to do all the things I
had told my friends I Avould do If I
were in their places. " Brooklyn Life.
Iituit-li I'rlrr * mill IMiiurr 1'rliirn ,
Any one who will take the trouble to
compnio iho lunch nnd dinner menu
aids of mime of the loading restau
rants of Now York will mnkt * a rutlier
mirprlslng dlt-covcry. llo Avlll ascertain
hut the prices on many dishes are cut
on the dinner card from 10 cents to " 0
A gentleman whoso curiosity Avna
aroused by this singular practice- the
ixtent that ho wont to the head waller
'or a inori satisfactory reason than the
able waller could advance wan given
Uls ' explanation :
"You sco , " said the waller , "tho gon-
erallty of men don't care for n heavy
nncli. One dish and n glass of milk or
n cup of coffee , with broad and bultor ,
nro sulllclont for thorn ; consequently to
prevent them from getting off too
cheap wo have to put up the price of
single dishes. At dinner tlmo It Is dlf-
'erent. A man wants a number of dish
es for dinner , and so wo can afford to
unite our moats and llnh cheaper. "
"But do you think that IH exactly"
"Honest ? Why not ? It Is ahvayn
lonoHt to take Avhal people are Avllllng
to pay you for what you have to soil , IB
t notr Now York Times.
Why Illinium Don't ( Jo Mnil ,
Why nro there so few lunatic nsy-
utns and so small a proportion of In
sane persons In India ? That Is n ques-
Ion Avhlch many a traveler has Avon-
The Hindoos regulate tholr lives en
tirely In accordance with tholr rollglon
hat Is , tholr Avorklng , eating , sleeping ,
nn well as what we usually regard as
inr "life" In the religious sense of the
word. Everything Is arranged for thorn ,
md they follow the rules now Just as
hey did 12,000 years ago. This constant
) bnomineo of the same rules for IAVOII-
ty centuries has molded the brains of
the nice Into one shape , ns It were , and
ill hough tholr rites are queer enough ,
vet there Is but an occasional o.\amplo
of that striking deviation from thu
common which Is called Insanity In
countries Inhabited by the AVhlto raco.
They are fatalists too. With thorn It
Is n case of "what Is to be Avlll be"
carried to the extreme. This has In
.line given them the ponvcr to take all
.hlngs calmly and so freed thorn from
.ho anxiety that drives so many while
men Into the lunatic asylums.
Met llln Match.
That well known historical person-
ige , Augustus the Strong , doctor of
Saxony , has furnished the subject for
nany n tnlo of his wonderful muscular
lower. We need icfer only to one
characteristic story In which , however ,
10 met his match. On the occasion in
luestlon ho entered a blacksmith's
shop. To shoAV his suit IIOAV strong ho
was , picking up several horseshoes , ho
iroko one after the other , asking the
.ilacksmltb whether ho had no bolter.
When It came to paying the bill , the
Elector Augustus threw n six dollar
piece on the anvil. It Avas a very
ihlck coin. The blacksmith took It up ,
urokc It In half , saying , "Pardon me ,
but I have given you n good horseshoe ,
nnd I expect a good coin In return. "
Another six dollar piece Avns given
him , but ho broke that and live or six
others , Avhcn the humiliated elector put
nn end to the performance by handing
Llie blacksmith a loulsd'or , pacifying
him by saying , "The dollars Averc prob
ably made of bad metal , but this gold-
IIece , I hope , is good. "
SenrchlnK For a. Soal.
Before the astonished eyes of n num
ber of Parisians a singular funeral cer
emony took place the other day.
A resident property oAvuer In the Hue
Mnlte-Brun had Just died. On the even
ing of his death , when darkness had
fallen , his relations , five or six In num
ber , each provided with a lantern ,
slowly made the circuit of the garden ,
ns If they wore searching for something
In the Avnlks. When they came to a
large heap of stones , they turned each
one of them over nnd then re-entered
This curious procession is nn old Nor
man custom. The dead person was a
native of the country near Gisors. Be
fore Interring the dead It Is necessary ,
according to the tradition , to Investi
gate and see that the soul of the de-
censed Is not concealed In n corner of
his property or under some rubbish.
A I.lvlnnr Emetic.
A servant who did not find her way
very promptly to the kitchen one morn
ing was visited by her mistress , Avho
found her In bed suffering from pnln
and violent sickness. She explained
that she had a cold and had taken
eomo medicine Avhlch had been recom
mended for the children.
"IIOAV much did you take ? " asked
"Well , mum , I went by the directions
on the bottle. They said , 'Ten drops
for an infant , thirty drops for nn adult
and n tnblcspoonful for nn emetic. ' I
kncAV I wasn't nil infant or adult , so I
thought I must bo nn emetic , nnd the
pesky stuff has pretty nigh turned me
inside out"-Mcdlcnl Brief.
Mabel I must say that for absolute
untrustwortblncss there's nothing like
Kate Why , what makes you say
Mabel Well , you remember when 1
rejected Mr. Bullfinch about three
weeks ago ?
Mabel Well , he said he should cer
tainly pine awny and dlo nnd I should
be bis murderess. Now I just met him
in the street Avnlklng Avlth another girl ,
and actually I believe the fellow has
gained tAventy pounds in Avelght. Ex
Going night Ahead.
Alphonso Gwendolyn , why are yon
so cruel as to keep me waiting for my
nnswe"It Is now ten minutes slnco
I asked you to bo my Avlfe.
Gwendolyn Ob , pardon inc. I for
got 1 was simply choosing my brides *
uuIds. Brooklyn Life. <
YOU MUST NOT FORGET
Thai , wo u ro coMHliml.ly growing in Ilio url of
milking Pine IMioloH , awl our products will : il-
wuyn bo found to oinbruco the
and Newest Styles in CardH and Kininh. Wo also
carry a line line of Molding * ) Kiiilahlo for all
kinds of framing.
Improvements Come High
hut if you intend to do any improving this spring ,
wo plodjjo ourselves to furnirih yon the hardware
at a figure that will bo highly .satisfactory-to - you.
G. B. MOORB.
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Specifics cnro by acting directly upon
the disease , without exciting disorder in
. any other part of the system.
, DO. CTOES. riUCES.
1 I'rveri , Congestions , Inflammations. . ! J5
a AVornn , AVorm Fever , AA'orra Colic. . . ,25
3 TecUilne.Colle.Crylns.AA'akefulncss .25
4-llarrhea. or Children or Adults 25
7-t'ouchi , ColdJ , Bronchitis . ? 25
8 Neur/iUJa , Toothache , Faccacho 25
! > Headache , Sick Headache , Vertigo , . .25
11 Supprriiril or J'nlnful Period * . . . . ,25
12-\Vhll . Too Prof use Periods 25
13 < ; roup..Lor > n ltl , Hoarseness. . . . . . .25
14 f lt Htieuin. ErysipelasEruptions. . .25
1S nheuniBtliml Itheumatto Palm. , 25
1C Mnlarlo. Chills , Fever and Ague 35
1O < ! ntairh ; , Influcnia , Cold bathe Head .25
\VhoopliiC'C'ouuh , 25
27-Klduev UU'enie * .25
2H-NervoGi Debility 1.00
30-Urlnnrv Weakness.AVottlngBed 25
77-Orlp. IJay Fever , .25
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