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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 March 1900

wip wpillPPMiPiwwi wmwwmm' t - vmwammKrrTrzEmw:' wrmi. sips uri riMj'jpr WHIPJWV'Klpyi11 ' w"!1" ,-.- .. .. . ,. - r "1 'wwpifUPP t f , v I I' TOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEKltASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, MOO. NUMBER 39 sfccsaRww Jill !!(. IJJ li( II, Local 3NJews . ii.i UanirMa SSSESaXKlii See Keeling a new stock of wallpaper. Juke Shuck litis moved hack to No nut ha. Mrs. Lillie Walsh ruin rued to Lin coln Tlimadiiy. Swift McCandloss has boon pitying 84.03 for hos thin wtMk. Go to KeeHu's drug store for school supplied, tablets, crayons, etc. Hill & Keeling write both farm and city insurance and will save you money Fred Morris tamo down from Ne hrusku City Thuisduy to bee his pai I'lltS. .lames A. Titus continues on the sick list. His coud.tion teiiiaiuH about the biimo. Dr. Gaithor repot is the birtli of u lug boy on Monday to Mr. and Mrs. 11m ly MuOaiulleas The Advertiser and the Globo Democrat both one ouly 81.00. St. Louth year fo Wall Paper! Heeling's drug store has just received a ha...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 March 1900

til" rf IN BLOEMFONTEIN. The Victorious British Entered tho Free State Capital Tuesday. Ijnr Mwln No Itmml'iiioc, I'rnililmitHtoyn unil Out Niililliim Having Kind North ward Kohni t Kooiilvoil llll OVlltlllll. London, March 15. The first hulf of the campaign Ih over. Lord Huberts arrived nt Moddor river on February 9. He entered lllocmfontciii on March in, Tims, in ill tie. over u month, ho litiH drooled (lie relief of Klmborley mid LndyHinith, the. capture of (Sen. Cronje'H foreeH and this hoisting of the flag In the eiipltol or the Free State. All tliiK him been aeconi)llHhed with eomparatively trilling losses. It Ih hukiII wonder that, ho Ik the hero of the hour in Knglund. All tlm newspapers eulogize Jiini and con gratulate the eonnlry. They talk of the Free State as having panned out of existence, an being now one of tho shadows of hlHtory. it is not doubted that there, may yet be heavy lighting, but tho genius of Lord Poborts Ih looked to for vic tory over all diflleultioH. Il...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 March 1900

'iqiltyqtyjF1W'ilriirtn?rw!fPe&Jjr fT""" "V7mpBr7 .' 'IJPW W " f$ W"1'' ""WW"" f""'' ' " "rwp$Try"'t " ir'!Fr'n'fr , TP))yt TF'ywri'wffljr"'"''1 THE PLACE FOR A POOR MAN. Alnincila, N. W. T., Canada, Dec. 22ud, 1899. Mr. 11. Durlcs, Canadian Government Agent, St. Paul, Minn.: Dear Sir As I promised you nbout two ycar3 ago that at some future timo 1 would let you know what 1 thought of Western Canada and the chances of a poor man making a start and support ing n family ut same time, so will writo a few facts concerning my own cxpe- t riciiec the past 21 months, nnd what I linve done, any able-bodied man can do, provided he will work. 1 left Traverse country, March 20th, 189S, landed in Alameda at noon tho 21st, with $3.55 in my pocket, n stranger and among strangers, and when my family came in Oct., 1S9S, my .wife had nearly $10, or barely enough to pay freight on her Btove, s,eving-ma-chine and clothes and beds. 1 com menced work March 28th, also made en try for homestead same d...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 March 1900

Tv 'omj j'i iyfr- '"Wf, 'f'f "-vr "wfifOTvifvsTks; tssvt -ywiMi x-j .1 jvj,tit! awn'.-jvri ia tttj. MWWr),MoifrrtMtjijtamrtj.Ofrw rtfS) AW I cr IftTOOBXi vs M How Is It D6n 1f a The remarkable $oc ecu attending the work of Prof. Tltco Khntns, of Nebraska City, line caused the thinking class of people to ask "Mow is it doner 'Iho 4wviji5 nim" -" - jjjjEjplaincd to those who will liiy aside old piojudiml notions long enough to send for lrtciaturc explaining it Thu Ktianu Method of Magnetic Mcnllng. ppc.i1s most to educated, thinking peo ple. Tlie ignorant and superstitious are afraid to investigate any new science. Prof. Kharas cures all curable and many lo-oalled incurable diseases without the use nf drugs or surgery. He also powis m the wonderful ability to cure curtain vIismscs at any distance, without ever iremj; the patient. This is what he rails the 'Absent Method." Many almost miraculous cures have been made, and by wr.ltng you can get a long list of testi monials and sworn sta...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 March 1900

?Amrri' '-"fl-TV! 'pwfSpjirT'wfspipfw1 -.V 1 ?i! nwniYCji,ij,6w&diMfc.M !.. wviwW.-F.rJtTw..-T SRrt-.wwr .mIVw --. .. rzfc.t&'!f, ny niff " T $$f r f X -v Tho Nebraska Advertiser VT. U ..V, 1'iihHilur. SinidUIMl'TION Sl.'tl) I'KIt YI5V It sWwsa i- Iftlli) YY, M VII !il J:l. HUH). TEE LUCK OF A DESERTER. Strutiuc Story f Hot-, n Scotch Sntlot ilt'cnisic n Mtlllniiiitri nnd What Kiillimoil. Along ill t lie St's Scotch sailor named Penny deserted from a mim-of-waxon the west coast of South Ameiica tuul found his way to the inttrior of Uolivln, here he worked as a miner and did odd jobs for a living. In the course of time lie tool; up with an Indian woman, and ' ii ft it she had nursed him thioujjh nl long atid danKerou. llhu-f-s he married her to show hk jtratitude. She rcci;. located hi? confidence and affection by, leading him to an ancient mine, which had been abandoned and i;nrtinlly filled at the time of the conquest in order to I leep it from fnillm' Into the hands of 1 h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 March 1900

w-t i -mwyfwwfr THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANIIKIIS rulillhiT. NEMAHA, NKHRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Morn Ftirtnnutn Thuti tlm Kulhnr. The nerngc salary paid Metliodlst, preachers in thin country Is $17.'! n year. lint, this 1h about $100 more tlinn many of the earlier prcuelicrB re ceived. Unfile Klnnk llilil Itjr Wuninit. The niiioiuit of national hunk stock held by women in America is esti mated nt $130,000,000, and the amount of private and state bank stock tit $137,000,000. How JMIntntnrx Nlitiulil Dr. "I do not want, to see a minister dressed up too much, like a dude, but let Ids apparel be in keeping with the dignified calling," is a dictum which Bishop Itnwmiui gave out recently. I'nr tint MrltlHli Army. Enormous quantities of provisions nnd fodder are being shipped from New York for the llritlsh army in .South Africa. One steamship carried 3,000,000 pounds of freah beef and COO tons of hay. Nnrnnrjr In n Cliurnli. A mothers' gallery is n fenturc of tho Lincoln Park Uuptl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 March 1900

'Hr m m THE HEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANOKKS l'ubllnhor. NEMAHA, NEllRASKA. LOST PROMISES. My heart grow away from the Rood, When 1 left my wayu . In the golden days Where J stroltod ut eve In the wood; .Now I often stund On the shell-strewn snnd Anil think of the sens between. Rly henrt passed nwny from the true When my dreams were youiur, And my harp was hunt? On willows In the sunlit dew. While 1 toughed at will At the sleeping hill, That wakened to answer me. My heart grew away from tho sky That showered Its Joy When I wan a boy, When tears never blinded my oyc; llut with hope and care, And an earnest pruyer, "Will bring all that has gone away. -Harvey 1'. Luyton, In Atlanta Constitu tion. Copyright, :3g5. by D. Arplcton All rights reserved. CIIAPTEK XVII. CONTINUED. We now began to hurry a little, and found thai Corto was right, for tho soldiers who had lined the passage inside the Pronzc gates had taken themselves oil, and a con siderable number of servants and follow ers wer...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 March 1900

ran? PiPiPIPIIiPfPPf ,4 Mi I- jmiiiem!r.MUlinil'ft-..wfrj.Tii.omTUi,.vflitflnJui D Mti Hough Hmp. Twim Uw CI El In llm. KnM br 1rimx)u. g ii in nm minim iiijijii iiiiii i mi n inn iiiniini i imiiiHinij i i i i i ' ""2a.".J,J.'iJ rU. TT. W. KKKMNG, NlSMAMA OtTV, NlCMIlAKA. Ofllce at the drug store. Kerker & Hoover, noulor In MEATS tflluliflilprlt'OHiiAiil forlililen, lnrrt, tnilow (flllll), etc NICMAIJA CITY, NKBRASKA, Til OS. W. Ill AIT, proprietor of tlin livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray ia Oonnoction with Livory Good rltfs twid prompt Pf rvlco. SutUfnotlon guurmtluuil. IMiMw rt Miiwiuinni vtiiMiaMmtarirfrmiitHi Orclor of Houring imd Notico on Potition for Sottlonio;it of Account. In tho county court of NimiihIiii county, No- lirusUn, To Arinltulii A. r'nwf, CJcorjo A. IJuiIch, Hi utti IJ, Krit.ior, .Miiry O. Kiu.lur, Allen W II jiiIch, Clinton O. ItuiikH. Wlllliiiu I'. HiiiiUh. JiiiiiomH. Hhikh imd II nt He 10 Mii.iwiill, mid i.'i nil p ih iiih intcroulud In ll...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 March 1900

rp """"fff s T -4-ir. , .f.r f ,- Taww-jvxsw. Jft J 0 ' Lit!, t-( VOLUME XL1V NEMAllA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1900. NUMBER 40 V If "k ?. a H iwwa Local News wimiimjiuumJH Sre Keeling h new slock of wallpaper. We tiHcl a lltllo anow Thursday after noon. Mrs. Funnin Vairbank returned rron Omaha last Satuiday. Oo to Keeling' drug sioie for scliool nipplies, tabids, crayons, etc. Mis. Wade, or Vstu. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. II. Meriitt, of Ne- UUlllll. The ladles ate invited to attend a millinery opening t Mrs. Fairbanks Satuiday of next week. The Auburn Telephone Co. have en closed an office In the drug store for tlie accommodation of their customers. Insure your faun and town property with Farmers and Merchants Insure unco Co. of Lincoln. F. II. D. Hunt Agent, Nemaha. Neb. Pasture. I have pasture, for 100 horses and cattie. Teims reasonable. LUTIIEH II. liAKNES, There will he no services at the Methodist church next. Sunday evening except the league service, on account o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 March 1900

rmr 1 W K I w KENTUCKY'S INSURRECTION. A Strong Prohiihlllty of Congrnm Tutting JIiiiiiI In tho Aliittor Thn rri-Hlilnit favoring HihiIi Action. St. Louis, March 5.M.- A Washington Kpccial to Mio Globe-Democrat nays: "There Is a very strong probability of congress taking a lmn1 In f lie In surrection in Kentucky. I'rcrihlent MoKlnlcy Ih said lo favor such action, uiul conservative republicans who worn strongly opposed to federal Interfer ence of any hind llinuj weeks ago now favor UiIh. Tho visit of Lieut. Ciov. .John Marshall to Washington In responsible for this expected aellon. It, will come in the shape of a Joint resolution, declaring that a state of insurrection exists in Kentucky, and Unit for the good of the state, an well as tiie whole eoimtry, there should ho an Invent igatlon by congress, and tho facta be determined and reported." HAD "MONEY TO WEAR." Mow Mexico Nloidcmiiii Who Worn (told Colli for Mutton Croulcil n . 1 1 1 1 Hniisutlon ill Clilriiun. Chicago, March 2-1.-...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 March 1900

i r v "" ' "' ' .-;., . wiWrppP? i WHAT CONGRESS IS DOING. J'riirepcllng" of Our Nutlntutt I.uwiimknra from I)y to Day In Cniiilnnalut I'iirra Ilt-solutlon unit Hill. Senator Turner (Wash.) made a state ment In the senate on the 21st that ho had heard that concession! for Bold mln itiB In the bed of the sea near Nome, Alaska, had been granted by tho secre tary of war and ho moved a resolution of Inquiry Into tho matter which was agreed to. The nddltlonal urgent deficiency bill was then passed, ...The house debated the Loud bill relating to second-class matter In the malls. Mr. Lsino (la.), Introduced it bill providing for an exposition at St. Louis In 1W)3 to eclebrato the 100th anni versary of tho purchase of tho Louisiana territory. Mr. Dlnsmoro (Ark.) Intro duced a resolution requesting Information from the secretary of state concerning tho alleged Iirltlsh opening of correspond ence addressed to Charles Macrum, lato United StnteH consul In South Africa. Almost the entire session...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 March 1900

" - TSfJ"5W)T3 : i i if - w - W.P m fc L if I: jjx.iyjKi.nyjiiiijUuy jitiiinfinwywwwi How Is It Done T 4 The remarkable sue ecu attending the work of I'rot. Th eo Kharas, of Nebraska City, tins r.inwl the thinkinr ,o4v?l s class of people to ask .fSjWk V RCfA (111,..., i. it HnnoV" Tl, I method U r.isilv ex. fjplaincd to those who xv i 1 1 lay aside old prejudiced notions long enough to send for literature explaining it Tho Kbaras Method of Magnetic Healing. appeals most to educated, thinking peo ple. The ignorant and superstitious are nfraid 'to investig-tte any new science. Prof. Kliaras cures all curable and many so-cillcd incurable diseases without the use of drugs or surgery. He also possess ts the wonderful ability to cure certain (liRcasrs at any distance, without ever seeing the patient. This is what he calls the "Absent Method." Many almost miraculous cures have been made, and by writing you can get a long list of testi monials and sworn statements by promt rent people who ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 March 1900

vtf'jf'J'W r Y i A y tMl f1'1-'"- " - ' " -- R .jlw-tM Ta? Nebraska Advertiser I). s . 1'nhltthtr, MniM;iMrTitiN ."l.")ll IM'.ll YI'.AK Kill DAY, MAltril ;lo, intio. A GAME GUN FIGHTER. Sftnilor Ktctsitrt Tt-ll of .InoU Will- niiti't lituliliifKM ii nil l-'rcotlom ultli n IMitlol. "Tlit':inii'M rutin anil t he boM fight er tluit I i'ut knew n ml 1'vo known quite n nunilior In my tiny wus llttlu Jiu-k Wiilson. of I'nlifornlii." remarked Senator William M. Stewart, of Ne vada, to u party of interested listeners. "Watson had been a member of .Inolc Jln.M's fatuous company, and though he (lldn't weljjh over 1J0 pound ant! In height measured but r feet 0 inehea, he would fight at the drop of a hat the blgeHt man that ever breathed. 1 don't know what state gne him birth, but he was n nathe of the south, and all the pioneers of Texas knew him well. The little chap didn't provoke dinieulties.. but I erily be lieve he enjoyed lighting for Its own Fake, and odds didn't figure with him 1'iieu ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 March 1900

t THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKUH, I'ubllshflr. NKMAIIA, - - - - NBURASKA. c TOPICS OF THE DAY. To Honor John Krlfinnn. A riillmlclplilnn lian olTcred $5,000 toward (ho building of u meinorlaj for Jolm UrlcHHon, llic Invuntor of tho monitor, provided othera will Hiib uorHie .$25,000. (.'out of Ititlluny nqiilpinfliit. SditlHtlcH of lllC MtlHKHClltlHCltfl Jluihvity uoiiiiiiiHiiloiicni hIiow that Hit: uvcnitfu cost of railway equipment per mile of main truck In that Btatc lust year whh $10,1 II). Klrnt .7mcim to Hit en u Tliri.uo. Tho prliieeHK of Monaco, the Hinall cst kingdom in the world, 1h the first lewi'fiH to nit on a. Kuropean throne. Blie whh a MIhh IMnu, and wan firflt married to the duku of Jllchullctu No Iliittor Kvur AllonU The three new lmttleHhlpH y1ioho dcHlgim have been accepted will cost $7,000,000 each and ho able to cruise 7,000 miles with one coaling. No more powurXul vchhcIb were ever afloat. Unlqiio Olft to a Library. A Hartford lady has sent a unique Uift...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 March 1900

v r r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. NANDKHS l'ubllnlier. NEMAHA. - - - NEBRASKA. BEFORE AND AFTER. When she married, often she Forcefully asseverated, On the Hirer hold-throne she'd bo Sovereign sole, nor dominated JJy her chosen minister: Other.s might be hold and lmrrled; .'None should dictate unto her When she married! "When alio married as alio did Found her throne of love rose-hidden, And she walked as she was bid Never knowing she was blddon, Ho could reign enough for two, And her maiden plans miscarried; .She became the nmtle shrew When she married! ' When he wedded, so lie said, llo'd none of the bonds that tie men! She. his choice, would know who led Kro they'd quit the shrine of Hymen. She might mnkc nnd mend his things; See lilm fed and softly bedded; Ho would hold the houso-purso strings When ho wedded! "When ho wedded ho would check nutchers', grocers' bills nnd bakers; And would llnd him no soft geek Milliners nnd mnntua-mnkers! He would manage stern nnd well, Marriage...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 March 1900

KSSSZI. . r w ""rvfl - "g -"-yy-'xw "-- HNn0r -- &' K &' ! iKfc Yil I", a v . , r " rtr.-ir wwww mm mijmniMXmimtKmzuaMtjuua j miwfiim ampfri g&ajsfc l4 LUHtS WHLRfc AIL UM MILS. ., CJ ft j IVK'oiigh Hjrnp. TMtP Ooml. Uw ig FrJ In tlm. Hold lir rtniKtfUu. 11 The Nebraska Advertiser -. M. U.1J"lllt I'ubHttir. QR YV. W. KUKLING, NltMAHA CtTY, Nl'.IUlAKA, fllco nt tho drug store. Kerker & Hoover, lionlnr In MEATS aUHSOIIII'TION 1.60 PICK YI5AU HlulitHt prlcM paltl for hldo( lnrd, tallow giuno, etc N KM A HA CITY, NEBRASKA. Fill DAY, M AROH 30, 1000. Hill & Keeling write both farm nod city itiHiirmicu and will Rave you motioy Mrn. Lilllu C(il) JolitiHon lias Ijeen Nemaha and Bracken friends thio woek. TIlUo. W. UIATr, proprietor of the Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray ia Oounectlou with Livory Mrs. Will F. Keeling and little Ruth have been nursing badly dovtdoped cusea of mumps this week. It bt V. Frost surntised his many friends by rutin nlng to Nomal...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 April 1900

,J I f. r VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, IflOO. NUMliliK 42 '.IB1 ffl l t V f 5 V- ?! IJ ilMiMwrriwnriinttujw imii wfcwpwn0wrteGn T A L.ocal News Cooler weather. Next Sunday is IS ster Who will Html a bunk in Nemaha? Sec Keeling h now stock of wallpaper. Miss Ethel I'uris went to PeruThurs ilay ultcrnuon. Miss May Gulther has been sick with the gup but Ib getting hotter. Mrs. E. A. Mmick has had a large cistern put in at her residence. Mrs Peter Kerker is oonhntd to her bed with a Bevuro attuek of the grip. M. II. Taylor, of Shubert, whs shak lug hands with Neman ftienda Thumt day. Miss Lulu Lebuo has been very ick with uialurlal fever but is now some belter. Frank Woodward loturned from Diller last Sunday morning in time for church, Mrs. E. A. Miniek weut to Jshuson Thursday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Hay acolield. A. N. Harris went to LinoolnThursj daj to attend the lepublican cougrea tonal con volition. A few ilakes of anow foil on Thurs daya rather unusual occu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 April 1900

' "SnunW'""' "& T ,4'"r"9v ! "'VAWPf IW "TPP" L Q O riot- SIE11SK1 W3! -?' n ttrmTr n... lfmfni' .'. 'J H UiOII !' """I"' i1 ijh wore IKlW llk thorn! Unit once 1 know, When Jenny wor (lu bonnet plain. wlthilbboii-bowH of liluo: AVIim we walked to Hunriny ineolln' o'er Ihu men 'lows KtoiMi mill MWeot, "Where HIIon waved In welcome, Willi vlo letH (it our feet. It iiln't the fancy tlxln's I tnlml ho much the IiIIIm For lilnU and Huffy feuthorH all the line. new-fannled frills; For I know that fiiHlilon elnuiKeB that It ruleH thu world eomolete; Hut the ohl-tlmo KnHtor boniiol wuh mo simple- and ho HWuetl ItH rlhhoiiH matelied tho eolor of the. blue sky ovrrhead, .An' the llm that smiled beneath It Heemed to mean the wordH they wild! The llpii that ntnlleil ho Hweetly never Unowln any art An' the oyciH wlutae Htinny kIiuicch made a llltht around your heart! I've nothln' 'kuIiihI the fashions they've not to have their day; Hut 1 love the slmplo bouuetH of tho far an' far away; An' t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 April 1900

jrf t,nipfr;"piwwy)t -, y-r IIE LUCES WESTERN CANADA. A POISON-PROOF GOAT. Y Diilinmci, Jnn 21, 1000. Dcnr Sir and Friend: "We had a lucky trip, made pood con nections and got to Wetaskiwln Mon day afternoon, stayed there all night, bought n pony and saddle for the boy and hired a three-seated rig for the balance of us and got home to dinner next day; cnught the boys cleaning up and getting ready to come after us. "Wednesday this snow was all gone and we had bare ground nnd bright sunshine for a month, and It has been pleasant weather ever since. The ground is frozen nboUt two feet and about six inches of snow just enough for sleigh ing. We had one cold spell in Decem ber. The thermometer went down to 32 below zero; but we did not suffer with the cold at all. We have worked every day all winter, are all well and feeling well, llnve built a log house 18x18, two log stables lCxlS, and are now busy on n well. We have ten cows, three other cattle .and six head oi horses. The boys send t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 April 1900

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Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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