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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 May 1900

''W -JH. "- '3K SI WJ I oKSSfcQiS KJBHti OEI 1 s3tM m&mtetis rss& The Castle of Chapultepec The White House of Mexico. TESTIMONY That TALKS VTx Tv?k s. lows bVHBfllfllBK-. iiKmHk iiWJVT V? Hy H.S WficOx. r-jHQI HAN6EH:rNri &SS93 CROKUOUetAfi'STS maAa?&&r. I6th, .Xfy- after being gathered, being at its height the second day, and sufficiently fermented to intoxicate as quickly as beer. It is, much cheaper, however, than beer, as a Mexican penny will buy a large gourd of it, and the natives bring it to the train wherever you stop. To one not accustomed to it, it has a very disagreeable odor, and in fact I could not bring myself to drink any of it. This maguey plant is put to other uses; fibres taken from the leaves are made into ropes and the roots are used by the natives for food. "DOHA. DOLLAKS." As we return from our trip to the country, we are met at the depot by Mexicans selling all sorts of wares, which are hand made, and we are in duced to part with some of o...

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. — 18 May 1900

2- Aimiiiiiii. Cross Eyes the Causa &f Grief to Those so Afflietedi DISTORTED EYES RIDICULED. Or. Srymour Trll. IZovt tncli Tain and Mortification ST.y K Avoided by AVearlnx Gla&aoa That 1'it, The usual feeling produced by see ing a pair of cross-eves is one of re pulsion or pity. Anything imperfect or inharmonious is contrary to the subline lars cf nature, -whose -wondrous system i3 one of perfect har mony and beauty. It is only man whose imperfections mar an other wise perfect creation, and so strong is the antipathy in the human breast to anything distorted or disproportioned, that it -would seem to prove that he, too, -was intended to manifest perfec tion in his bodily health as -well as in all other -ways. This inherent disgust for the deformed, -which shows itself in pity, ridicule or sympathy, as the case may be, is one -which most of us feel when looking into eyes -whose beauty has been marred and -whose expression changed by being crossed. Their own er secretly bear...

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. — 18 May 1900

DR. W. I. EYES! EYES! EYES! ASSISTED AY DR. W. CALVERT COX Recently of Rush Medical College. CATARRH! CATARRH! CATARRH! DEAFNESS! DEAFNESS! DEAFNESS! Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Over 300 Patients Consult Drs. Seymour & Cox This Week. Reduced Prices Again This Week! Being so ably assisted by Dr. W. Calvert Cox, the noted Chicago spe cialist, who has for so many years been associated with Rush Medical College, as demonstrator of eye, ear, nose and throat, and being so well equipped with all the modern and accessary instruments for treatment of eye, ear, nost and throat troubles, r. Seymour is able to treat success fully more than double the number that he has in past years during his isits to this city. Notwithstanding this he has been more than busy Kinoft tli firt 1. iv li.it rr.. .- opened to the public, and his very liberal and generous offer of half price for the past week has brought hundreds of people to him through the cold and disagreeable weather, ivho would n...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 May 1900

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Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 May 1900

-5."- - .y- y t jsf - ,tr'fTW'iw;iTyp,y?'r,'Kr sara: mv., UO t)wS)Var?sja;B)BSi mm,wm ,s,mm.mmmr4ii. a bJ3fia8SfttaM nil 13i The Nebraska Advertiser W.W. SANDERS, Publisher. Fni pay, May 18 moo. Stata'Avdi'or'a Annual Report. ThoSUilu Audit': ifporl' compiled (lumhxroin Mnteuiuiitft of insiiinueo oiaiiulwillnns dniiiir liiHlnem in tlii.-t Mi 1 1 lot lliexfii I &)), N hi ii distill). Ill I'll, 1111(1 It (.III ''Us iUSU.ll ill It ll'flVCS fiiH' HojhI llltflilnndt'is in no .nioin to d Mbl Hull inn Hoiit'tv I I i i lie fino h.ust milks. Tins lupnrk shows .in i v Hiipei Ititt'iulrlit. tour tmlM mil tunu-li ti cit s uml fifty one old line iiml unit mil .unnanee cniu patitcs (Jompmli k lli lttnl Llluhs lnnrttM.0 ivpnil wtlli t he lii(,tMii:il m cletics wo I .1 o'j wo riiiU'iinil oiilci tliiil ha tniielc in ' i a imh HioWlli (I in utu vho c-ir in NI1 ,i.-Um us lln:noval MIiIhii(Ih Hit- nitio hoc t tie.sMiowinii i lie hi'KPit ineionsu t) ini; as lollows ir otdtn: MnWu tt'oudint'r of Ainc...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 May 1900

lfnWBTJBBHIWWIHIBWMBWMiHEr!By!gwyv '"''"WBlMaBBHRsi yr"rj flp-rwi( ? ' ' f" v 'y-'pta JBtPP' Wat ,t" "" T Y h L ft' t tt-M&jfc?.. - jweww-? YtfiX&tr-i r AiVw WSV GREAT NATIONAL ROAD. Cim. NcInoii A. Allien Tell Why Ho Fttvoi'N Hie llulhlliiK t mi I it lei-oeenn It; Highway. Home's system of roads, which con nected the capital of the undent em pire with territory of Europe which it dominated, is to be duplicated in the United States. Alnj. (leu. Nelson A. Miles, chairman of the national highway coinmishinu, is hopeful that the present generation will see the establishment -of broad, mooth roads connecting the principal cities of tin; union, lie lias been care fully studying the problem, ami in Ills trips in the north nhd south and west lie has observed the country and has formulutctli in his mind the points through which the road should pass. Gen. Miles was prepared to deal with this subject not only by reason of his training as a soldier and his knowledge of the value of suc...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 May 1900

1 A :V tt i .ill 'X Y L THEY NEED NOT KNEEL. BIctliniMut Grnprnl Confcroncn Sny Thin I No LoiiKor mi Kxnoflon of Itn Church M fin born. Chicago, May 11. Kneeling' ns Iho altitude in prayer lias ceased to bo an exaction in the Methodist church. The book of discipline recognizes tho bending of the knee, but, the city thurehea have gradually been drift ing into the more unconventional bowing of the head. The custom of Wesley prevails for the most part only in the country. Delegate Tindall, cf Nebraska, is n believer in the devout Kneeling form and sought to correct the tendency of the latter-day Meth odists in departing from the ancient custom by introducing a resolution in the general conference, emphasiz ing the direction in the discipline. The conference refused to declare "we arc as much as ever in favor of ob eetving 1 lie kneeling attitude." Tin effective argument was presented by a city minister, who said: "Wo would have to rebuild our churches. 1'ew space is too contracted to p...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 May 1900

I'3fWWW',T .-v- ; x,:. W) Hlwi itL.inuiutMmiMmmmHwmmmaxmmrgwmmmuiiviiLAVMuiwii i i '" iywp'BWPfgjggggff'y'W'j The Nebraska Advertiser BELLS WITH A HISTORY. NEW HARNESS SHOP. CuiltS WHLHt Allll ISE (AILS. D nctt Host OjimIi Hjrup. Times UooO. in limn, nw riT uriiKKi. a IVl. V. W. KEELING, ;Ni 'i.v Ci i r, Ni-. haj a, Oflleo tit ilm di !i 10. W.W. SANDERS, Notary J lltitnC NEMAHA, NHIMMMwY. IK Kit SHtflSUf?' PLASTERER Acmo imhI Ailtio woik ii i iH. (v . tenia built. lniur limbing, Kulsomlniivc and WllownMil.n? done. 1 mv ju.as, All work warranted . Kerker & Hoover, V er in MEATS HI i pile"- i ,1(1 for lildex lard, taMow gimn c NEMAHA. 01TV. Nr.HHASKA THOS. W. UTATT, proprietor or 'lie Livery & Fesii Stable NEMA.HA, NEBR. Good Dray in Oouncotion with Livory Good vl and prompt service, guaranteed. Satisfaction 0-JU-S)l MMMMMMbHMHrV?) BRihS-vMJPlBiBhMIITf n E3r'v7n"Aiiji3HBJMD J. H. SBM), Breeder of "DioroimhbrecJ Poland Chi na HOGS. NEMAHAJ - - NEBRASKA In Mia District Court of ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 June 1900

wtf-WW s wJfr ,rnff'fFTJvniJ(W?! r UM.AXV r NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE I, 1000. NUMRFK 49 VOLUME XL1V v "ht" t ?(; petfilla 14tft Y r Local News See Hill & Keeling for Ore Insurance The taking of the census begins to day. G. Lilly Saturday. returned to Auburn last See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing. J. II. Flack la (iulto alck, with symp toms of paralysis. Deafness cured by Drs. Seymour & Cox. 1210 K at., Lincoln, Neb. vn Whitten has moved Into one ol G N. Sunders' u uee In Nemaha. Miss Florence Mtnlck went to Au burn Monday, re urnlng the next day. Miss Bessie Leslie went to Unadlllu a few days ago to visit her sister, Mrs. Lllu Hair. Ned Crother went to Nebraska City Monday aud will work for the tele, phono company. Miss "Veva Clark took a kodak pic-, ture of her Sunday school class No. 8 Sunday forenoon. Rev. J M. Darby delivered a splen did memorial sermon at tho Methodist church Sunday night. Mrs. Maud Lemon visited her moth er. Mrs. YHtt a, several days ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 June 1900

'IfSP'PW''' ''W'sm'wKwrwz''' U tf t m,$r&i?frman.. u0.rtrwwfWte!ir-. r , ... .-..''. wx-mr'v.r: to flffc. f a KiB jJUa HOW TO HANDLE GRAVEL. Home I'riictleitl .Siikki'iiIIoiii for Alnlt- lnw Country Itoniln Hotter at .Sinn 1 1 l'.iLiiHf. Wherever gravel abounds, no other material can compete with It In qual ity and choapneHH for building II i'H t cluss roiulK. If, now, metliodH inny be devised for bundling this somewhat, difficult and clumsy material, at less expense, nu Impetus will he given to the cause of good roads. I want to show nn Idea or two In use in thin town, and elsewhere, for loading imd distributing gravel rapidly and easily. Anything that will save human muscle an'd econ omize time is worth trying. Let us bach up our carts to the bank chosen and begin to open It. This must bu done right and with a purpose li view. A few boaids or plunks seven feet long should lie eleated together. After Klifivelhiir into the banlc on a level until an upright wall of gravel one to ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 June 1900

' h - "ft W ' T n "r 'h' ' r f I" yffTVWVtWr-ntyiyyfYif "-iriWffy'.'TW ''WIWIT' Y AT LEAST ONE-TENTH. rrcHliytorlaii Jpturl Anmbly AUs IU Church AIrinborlilp tu Morn Close ly Follow thn Tit ho Sjrutoni. St Louis, May UG. The report of the committee on nystemtitic benctieeneo in the t'resbyterian general assembly recommended that pastors b' urged to present more frequently to their congregations the duty and privilege of giving, not from impulse nor be cause of special solicitation, but in telligently, from principle and upon spiritual grounds; that all offerings Khould be in definite and liberal pro portion to personal income and re nounces, at least one-tenth, in many cases more; that, if consistent with the method adopted for church col lections, Sabbath offerings be made at stated and suitable times in behalf of each of the boards; that some ef fective means be employed for col lecting the offerings by envelopes, card or otherwise; that the session of each church endeavor to dete...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 June 1900

W wmfl ' piw,.i .pijjpj.' j r fH&wEW t ryaae! ''ff1? ' lbWW7Fp Y li3JuffiLTTTrE w " ;r. HB F l. s. f Itf li ft' p it A POINTER tt PTTi It CHEAP READING ! Hefnro making arrangements for your year'a Hiipply of reading matte call and got our clubbing rate. The fallowing ii ro somo of our combiua rtMtionH: Tho Advertiser one jear and tlie Farm Journal until Dec. 31, 1004, for only $1 The Advertiser and St Louis Globe Democrat both one year for 81.00 TIhj Advertiser and the Chicago In ter Ocean for 81.40 The Adverser and either the Toledo Made or the New York Tribune for $1.35 The Advertiser and tho Household, u homo monthly, forl :S5 The AdvcitlHcr and tin- Iowa Home' stead, Poultry Farmer and IiiHurance Journal all one year for SUM WASTKU-SKVIiltAI. 1'KIWONW YOU DI8 Met unlet M ui'its' T8 lii MiIn Hat lo rep rent run In ilielr own nnd nnotinlliii ounlli'H. Wllllnit to piiv yoiir'y 9Q0O,p'iyuliti wt-tiKly. IIcmIiuIiIu (tinilloyineiti wild iintiN unl oppoiiunllluM, Uffi'it'ticoK rxcl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 June 1900

"3TfTfirvr M il-, - - " JO' - - r 35 i- F Y 4 X r ThiNibfAilu Advirttair W, W, 3ANDKKS, Publisher. FltlDAY, JUNB 1, 101)0. This Paper On. Ytai Farm Journal nearly 5 Years t FAT UP AKD OET BOTH FAFEBSFOB THfi FBIOB OF ONE. Wo Want to get fiOO new subscribers to our paper, and are going to do it if wo can, we therefore continue our arrnngemont with the Farm Journal by which wo can neiid The Nebraska Advertisor and the Farm Journal for the remainder of lfjOO and ail of I90I, lyo'2, 1o3, loo4, both for 1. And we make the same offer to all old mibscrib ern who will pay all arrearages and one year in adTnnce. Yon know what our in, and the Farm Journal is a gem practical) progressive a clean, honest, useful papor full of gutup lion, fnll sunshine, with an immonsa circu lation among tho best people every whore. YOU OUGHT TO TAKE IT. EHrly last summer when it was soon that the corn cio whs going to bo a n oord-breuker W. II. Maddnx of Pal a City thsught Mint a big crop meant a low price for ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 June 1900

T THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IV. W. HANI)i:itS I'tilillilicr. NEMAHA, NEHIIASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. A V-tirii of Vul-rloo. John W. UMIon, who died recently at Wcyssiouth, Muhs., in IiIh ninety eighth your, was u veteran of the bat tle of Waterloo, and, ho f:ir an known, tho only one. in thin country. i:iitomlul IS I)y Without I'miil. 1'ossr niinerH ver entombed for 12 diiyn in the MntHiiyiiHU colliery in .Fa pan lately. They did without food nil the time, and for most of the time without light, and weru none the WMi'nu when slug out. Nclil.ty Not for Arbitration. Admiral Schley bcllcvcH in war. "Arbitration," he wild recently, "Is the fad of the moment, but war, though it cmlnngci'H buidncKH for the time, gives n utrong and hardy race moBt likely to endure." Appimr I'ltrilul to llm linltittlou. Oleomargarine, according to data rent to eongrcHH by Secretary (Inge, is III) per cent, lard, with less than one per cent, of genuine butter. Yet 6.'l,00(),000 pounds of tho compound wens Hold I...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 June 1900

'""Wl?WfW? r .f t lfef HEW mGLAnDERS-' PifQ" ADVEjMJRBS in MASKA X vy!r2 y dti Cap J-HoaTOBTrisoiiY CopyrlRtit, 1S9S. by CIIAPTKH I. TOM SCOTT TO TilK HKSCUI3. "Here's Dyca, mid this is Skaguay. "The White pass starts oil here and goes right plumb over the mountains like this" And the speaker made a bold stroke with a. huge pleee of ehalk with which lie was ornamenting the iloor of the vil lage store in Mcrrlvnlc, where every thing was dispensed from postage stamps' to lace curtains. Clustered about his kneeling figure were a dozen men. of all ages whose eyesi were eagerly following the rude map qf Alaska which Hank Merrltt was drawing for their benefit For stories of the wonderful wealth of. this far-oil Eldorado had penetrated even this remote place among the hills of New Hampshire, and the Globe re ports of the lucky strikes made by ven turesome argonauts had stirred the blood of every man in the village until the riches of the Yukon valley had be come the all-engrossing topic am...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 June 1900

FiyiTTiiiiitfJTiyi hi hi VI "JJl" 3TP" fc P!' !.: e t R,?' WggrCfijwiil;l3W aWiMBl 1 CUIUS WHfftt AIL ILSt FAILS. Iloal rough Hrnip. f aatps flood. In limn, hnm nr tiruvuini. Una 1. QU. W. W. KBELINO, MKMAItA OtTY, KHUUAKA, Olllce at tlm driiK hIoih. The Nebraska Advertiser BOYHOOD DAYS OF MOY KEE. PLASTERER Acini) mul Aitallto work n Hjionliilty. Cite Icrim built. I'aptir IlitiiKliiK, KHisoinminu anil Wllowihl.ii .lonu. !mv prises, All work warritnlud . Kerker & Hoover, lxmlor In MEATS IflKliftMt price paid for hide, lard, trttlow Kmo. Ig NEMAHA. CITY, NBHltASKA. Chlnnuiiin fllvra n llPMcrlptlnii II n Childhood In IIIn llniuc Country. TI10S. W. HIATT, proprietor of tlm Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Drtiy n Oonnootion with Livory Good tIk "d promjit service, guurniiteedt Satisfaction J. H. SEID, ltrooder of Thoroughbred Poland HOGS. NEMAHA - NEBRASKA China ZI -Sag C3 o .5 o o ii o5 ess g - Sn m S 0) 3 - Hj p 8 T3 , cfl O 3 nd 5 -aM S3 1 Pw UL. SO uf The Eminent Kid...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 June 1900

"WMiWMWWWlw"JJwWBaMWBMWWWWMWWWaMWWWMWIMWlMMWMiMMWM ;' t i ' r ' Jf i I V fttaefHief. 1 7 VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE L5, 1000. NUMBER 51 a. JMHA UPPfUpUtt y w,. i. ' r Local News NhiuhIik will celebrate the Fourth. See Hill & Keeling for lire insurance See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Olothinc. We hud a (rood tain Tuesday. Il "vat badly needed. Joe Flack's condition ifl very serious ami his leeuverv is doubtful. Ur W I Seymour, EYE SPEOIAL IS P. lull K st Lincoln. Neb. II. I), b'ttha went to L'eru Inst Sut urduy and visited bin slater until Mon day. Mr. and Mrs J. F. Bennett viBited Ihelr Hon Ilntitiey at Auburn Moudny and Tuesday. E. I). Rower- of Auburn was Blink ing hand with Nemaha friends Mon day morning Cyrus Minick viaited hia brothers, Ocar and Charlie, at Hntcken Tuesday ami eduesday. L'rof. V. D. SteutvlUe, the princi pal of our echoola next year, was in Nemaha Monday. Mr. and Mib. IlHiiuey Bennett of Auburn vlttitt-d with Mr. lieifnett's patents las...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 June 1900

BIG BRITISH LOSS. Boers Capture Over 500 Men and Cut Roberts' Communication. An l.ntn im limn 10 tlm UnrirliiT Mold Htrom; I'n.ltlmi North nf Kroii.i.hul A t I'loU.lmrif I.r.OO Hour hitr- 1 cinlcr lit ltriili.ini. London, .Mini' 12. liienl. (Jen. Sir Frederick Korestlor-Walker, in com luitiid of (ho lines of communication in Kout.li Africa, reports that in the disaster to tho 1 Irl t IhIi troops .lime 7, nt. Kootlevul, where tho Boers cut, Lord Kobcrts' line of communication, tho Fourth lml tulion of the Derby will re regiment, were (ill killed, wound od or miide prisoners, except h!x en llHlcd men. Two oIlleerH unil J. men were killed mid five oIlleerH mill 72 men were wounded, ninny of them se verely. The Boers returned the wounded to tho British. It Ih inferred that the HoerH cup turcd over 500 men and iih late a.s June JO held poHitioiiH cutting oil the Brit ish forecH north of ICroonstnd from reinforcements. A dispatch, from Gen. Forestier-Walkcr HayH flen. Me thuen was fightin...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 June 1900

vfjG!IBjGFW&vw&mwmmTi': v r l r Tnlin Ilnsttln' Ohot Story. Connected with Coutet, John Jtus kln'n Chnmounix guide, was n story which Kuskin told mc of n locality in the valley of Chnmounix, haunted by n ghost which could only he seen by children. It was a figure of n woman who raked the dead leaves, and when she looked up nt them the children said they only saw n skull in place of u face. Kuskin sent to a neighboring valley for a child who could know nothing of the legend, and went with him to the locality which the ghost was reported, to haunt. Arrived there, he said to the boy, "What a lonely place! there is nobody here but ourselves." "Yes, there is, Bald the child, "there is a woman there raking the leaves," pointing in a certain di rection. "Let us go nearer to her," Bald Kuskin, and they walked that way, when the boy stopped and said that he did not want to go nearer, for the woman looked up, and he said that she had no eyes in her head, "only holes." W. J. Stillinnii...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 June 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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