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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 December 1900

A 1 I U . hUttiit :-.:,: i. VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, JbnilDAY, DECEMBER 7, IflOO. NUMBER 24 pehfaflw Jkf 1 '-)J! '"T ... H ffi .$ ; m V iXiOOal !N"ews Only eighteen days till Christmas. Notice the change In Lowmau'a ad. See Hill & Keeling for Ore insurance Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1210 K st. , Lincoln, Neb. John Kemythorne wua an Auburu visitor Tuesday. Elephants for sale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. J. D. (Clifton moved to Lnngdon, Mo., Thanksgiving day. 8. Cooper soils Page's Woven Wire fnce -beat fence on earth. See W. VV. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. If you want u good lantern go to the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. The Advertiser and St Louis QIobe Democrat both one year for 81.60 A nice line of sleds for sale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Deputy Sheriff West was In from Auburu Tuesday on official business. G. N. Titus went to Shenandoah, Iowa, Tuesday, returning Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kempthorne vis ited friends at Br...

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. — 7 December 1900

t J V M (I n si n H I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER IV. W. HANUKKS, I'ulillstier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. --Mfc'--A a nurrnvmpp fQnn. I?" I 11-iVJl.lIl.lllX V f JJ &W7i&f8r7i&WFffFRr'Kt?ftPi$ TOPICS OF THE DAY. Wlirirfi Woiiinii Am Almost 81vis. Nearly 1,000,000 women in Spain work In the field ub day laborers; 350, DOO women nro registered as day ser vants lliat is, they work for their food and lodging. There ia no such claas nnywhero else. MoKlnlc.r'a 1'npnlnr ritirnlltr. MeKliilcy's popular plurality Is unoilleially eHtimated at 850,000, the largest ever received by a presidential candidal e. There Ih a large falling oft In the aggregate of southern demo crats pluralities. Illtr Trie feir i Htory. The Publishers' Clrele, of London, thinks Unit the $!25,)00 whleh Kipling received for his new Htory of 00,00) words Is the highest sum ever paid to an English author for n Btory of similar length. Wnn Illnttmin 1'rlTHto Hcorntnry. Charles Dolby, who was private secretary to Charles Dic...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 December 1900

1 k r- H( 'TYPHOON AT GUAM. Uncle Sam's New Island Visited with Disastrous Tropical Storm. Crnlncr Yonrmlte Wrecked mid Flvo of Her Crew WIiii Unit Started to Find nil An- cliarrecti Drnwneil ThomiMjtlii of Uourpk Wrcckoili New York, Nov. 29. Advices hare 'been received here from Manila that the island of Guam was visited bj- a terrific typhoon on November 13, which wrecked thousands of houses, .among them being the heodqqunrtcrs of Gov. Schrocdcr. Th towns of In drnjnn and L'erraforo were swept away, and it is estimated that hun dreds of the native population in vari ous parts of the island met their dentlis. The roconnut crops were ren dered absolutely worthless and the vegetation of the island killed by salt water. The storm camo up in the forenoon and swept across the island with amazing rapidity. The United States auxiliary cruiser Yoscmite, which was anchored ndjn- cent to the colliery Justin, dragged her anchor and was driven aground ISO yards from the reef, her bows be lug c...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 December 1900

I! r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. BANIIKKS, 1'nblliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE BAMBOO FLUTE. (Japanese.) I hear from tlio shade of Die fir trees Tlio fisher's fltito again Ills Importunate) lamentations, IIU passion and his pain. Proud lords and lovely ladles Met there in nltjhlH koiio by, While tho summer moon was salllwr Like a pleasure- boat on high. Tho lords sang amorous dlttlos, Tho Indlcit tnuched tho lute, Wlicro cmulouii and envious, Tho nightingales was mute, They fltole npart In tho darkness, And plli;htcd heartH and hands, Or, BtlllliiK songs with laughter, Danced on tho yellow Hands. Thero Is moro In tho fisher's music, Of passion and of pain, Than ho knows. And hero at midnight It comes to mo nguln; Comes back with a silent sorrow, Tho weight of tears unshed, Tho longing for vanished voices, Tho loved, tho lost tho dendl Hlchard Ilunry Stoddard, In Contu-y. The World Against Dim, By WILL N. HARBEN. CopyrlRht, lU00.br A. N. KollOKHNuwBpapor Company, '---'i CHAPTER A IT...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 December 1900

Y ,m FANCIES OF FASHION. Blouses and Shirt Waists More Popular Than Ever Before. TZxcry Kniiun Mntcrlnt Enter Into Their Construction Chnr mine aioiloln for Afternoon nnil Hvcnlntr Wcnr, Special New York Letter. AS EACH new season advances there Is always an absurd ru mor to the effect that fashion makers have doomed the blouse and its twin sister the shirt waist to utter ob livion, but with exactly the same regu larity these delightful garments come to the front, smiling and serene, and beautiful as a morning in spring. This season was no exception to pre ceding ones, only in so far as the ru mors were more exaggerated than usual; but, as if to make the denial more vigorous and emphatic than ever before, both the blouse and shirt come to us in a glorified form, more beautiful und fascinating, being artistic and per fect down to the smallest detail. Every known material enters into their construction, from the cheapest cot ton to the costliest silk, while In de sign and finish they ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 December 1900

ie IS ,t M It : '.'" iii M'KINLEY'S MESSAGE Tho Annual Communication of the President to Congress. MM IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS Outlines Our Policy In Clilnn Ajp provrs of Ship Subsidy I'ropoitd lii-Klln(li)ii for tho Philippines unci Ask notification of .Uny IkuiiccXoIc Trciily. W.iahlngton, Deo. 4. The following 5h n comprehensive synopsis of the pres ident'h iitiniiul nicssiigo to congress: Tho president gives first plnco In hid rnoHfmgo to thu troubles In Chlnu, and our eunnoctlon with tho allied forces op erating thoro. Ho rovlews tho onuses lending up to tho lioxcr outbreak, und tho first murders of foreigners In Chl noso torrltorlo.s. In thin connootlon he flays: Tho Increasing grnvlty of tho conditions In Chlnu nnd tho Imminence of peril to our own dlvoMllcd Interests In tho empire, ns well an to those of nil tho other treaty gov ornments, wero noon appreciated by thli Kovarnmont, causing It profound solicitude Tho United Btntos from tho earliest days of foreign Intercourses...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 December 1900

1 19 y T INDIAN BRIDES IN DEMAND. White Men Flnclc o the Territory to Get Hcil "Wive. "Who 1'o.mcr Fortune. Thousands of whito men Iinve moved into the Indian territory with in the Inst three months in search oJ Indian wives who hnvo the large for tunes told about in the eastern news papers. It is not uncommon for ten or fifteen men seeking these dusky "brides to pass through Wichita, Kan., every day. Nearly all of the wife JiuntcrB make no effort to conceal the fact; in fact they are glad that they are on the right road to a rich wife, no matter as to color or mnn Jicr. Ilcports from the vnrlous mar riage license clerks in the Indian na tions state Unit within the Inst three months over 3,000 marriage license have been issued, and that all of them are between white men and Indian women, All of the women nr anxious to marry white men. SUCCESSFUL EXPERIMENT. Drlvlns; of mi Klcctrlc Motor 1C3 Miles from the Gcncrntor Ac coniillnhcil nt Scuttle. The Snoqualmie Falls Tower com pany of S...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 December 1900

- ' TNP 1X1V1WIH iK f;r 'ajjafti - I. 3 Rort Cough flrruii. f wte (Juod. Upo Pl Id In tlmn RM nv flrllffulf t(L 11 (Dr. . PP: Keeling, Nomnlm, Nobrnskn. Offico In KooIJng building, tecond door liortli of AynoH hnrdwnro hloro. The Nebraska Advertiser W. V. Sandeus, publHhor FlUDAY, DliQKMHKll 7, 1000. Congress ia uow iti session. PETER KERKEK, Dealer In IligljCHt mnrkct prico paid forllidcB, Lurd; Tallow, etc, xnos. W. H1ATT, The president's message Ja given on inaido pugua, Dick Chambers got in another cm" loud of young heifers Thuraday morn ing. S. K. Adoraon vlaited Totn Cham boia, neur Graf, Wednesday and Thura day. W. II. Loranco, oil Auburn, called at tlioao hoadquartora Thursday aftor-noon. Proprietor of tho Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NBBR. Good Dray in connoction with Livory SatiGfaotlon guarantood, J. H. SEID, Tho best scoop board mado for sale by the Edwarda & Bradford Lumber Co. for only $1.85. Mrs. J. F. Wykes and two eons, of Nebraaka City, aro viatting Mrs. Cr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 December 1900

( A U it & iehftft dkefKie VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NtiJUlASKA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, IflOO. NUMBER 25 I Ik T u H " - T JLooaL iS"ews Splendid roads. Flue winter weather. See Hill & Keeling for Are insuranco Dr. V. T. Seymour, No. 1210 K at. , Lincoln, Neb Most of the farmers are through gathering corn. Elephants for sale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. S. Cooper sella Page's Woven Wire fnce bes fencp on earth. E. J. Maxwell la sick with the pre vailing cold and sore fhmnt. See W. V. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Drv Goods. If yon want a good lantern go to the Edwards & Bradford Lumher Co, The Advertiser and St L011I9 Globe Democrat both onf year for 81.00 A nice line oPsleds for sale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Fuller Burns is carrying his arm In a sling on account of a very sore elbow. N", B. Catlln drove down from Peru Thursday to look after his farm south of town. T)r Keeling has been about sick for several uavs with a bad cold and a sei vere...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 December 1900

-"l ' I ik m m NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANIIKH", ralilUhrr. NEMAHA, - - - NI3IIIIASKA. 3 DECEMBER 1900. 3 $ Sun. 16 23 30 Mon. Tuo. Wod. .,, "io TTj2 24 25 2 31 i 27 Thur. Frl. 'ji'jL 20 2I 28 s?11!"!?! TOPICS OF THE DAY. NO HOPE FOR CARTER. To Itnvlnlt "iVtrrii Hrnmi. llret Ilurtc. Is phiiinlng to rut urn to America next, year for the purpose of Visiting1 WCHtUI'II HCC1ICH Which llC lltld rendered immortal with Ills pen, mid to notu tin Inter developments In Unit hccIIoii. A Teirror to Kvll.liinr. Oscar K. 1 leu rd luui Just closed n JO-yenr term ns Htnlu'H attorney of Stephenson county, 111. In Unit time Jib bus secured the eonvictloii of Ii,Ul 1 crliiilnnls, among tip) number being three- miinlererH. Fodnrnl Court .Jnilc" Ht. T.tiuU Overrule 1 1 In lleiiuurreir hiiiI Sustain tlm Kul- liiK of lli Trlnl (Jonris. Ht. I.ouIh, Dee. 11. --In a decision luinded down by Judge Hook, of the federal district court of Khiihhh, und eonciirrctl In by United States Cir cuit Judge Amob Tluiycr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 December 1900

T V i. 7 t 'THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER tV. VT. 8ANDKKS, I'nblUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. COMPENSATION. She folded up the worn nnd mended frock, And smoothed It tenderly upon her kneo, Then through the soft web of wee red sock She wove the bright wool, musing thoughtfully: "Can this be all? The great world Is fair; I hunger for Its green and pleasant ways," A cripple, prisoned In her restless chair, Looks from the window with a wistful gaze. "I can but weave a faint thread to and fro, Making a frail wool In a baby's sock; Into tho world's sweet tumult I would go, At Its strong gate my trembling hand would knock." Just then the children came, the father, too, Their eager faces lit tho twilight gloom, "Dear heart," ho whispered, as he nearer drew, "How sweet It Is within this little room! "God put my strongest comfort here to draw When thirst Is great and common wells are dry, Your pure desire Is my unerring law: Tell me, dear one, who Is ho safe as I? Home Is the pasture where my soul may fe...

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. — 14 December 1900

- . - I' I H rs ll 1 f THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. W. BANDKIIH, l'ubllihor. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. .r4f4Mi4HH :: A Night of Mistakes tHmMiH--mi YOUNG Mr. Wlnklo nnd his wife hnd just arrived In San Francisco from the country. After some days' search for a. suitable liouso Mr. Winkle selected ft large, old, two-story build ing standing in neglected grounds. Jt wns No. 001 Wank street. He contemplated opening a boarding liouwe. Young Mrs. Winkle thought that a neat sign inscribed "Tabic Hoard, Homo Cooking," would prove nn irresistible attraction to the home less public. So they moved in forth with. That evening they felt very lonely In the grent, hollow rooms, which were strewn with their household goods like the debris left by a freshet. It was ten o'clock before they were able to tire up in the stove and brew themselves a cup of ten. "Ophelia, dear," said Mr. Winkle, as lie seated himself on n trunk with a cup of the mild beverage in hl hand, "we don't know a soul in the city, and, of c...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 December 1900

A The Important Dates of the Nineteenth Century the United States in Complied by WRIGHT A. PATTERSON. Copyright, 1900, A. N. KcUorb Kwiptr Co WmmmKm rr niLTON KOCtt Horn in I'M. Pltd lb. SI, MS. 1801. Feb. 18 Thomas Jefferson elected president by votoof the house or representatives becuuso of tie In electornl vote be tween himself nnd Aaron Ilurr, the Inttcr becoming vice president. June 10 Tripoli de clares war ugalnst United States. Doc 7 Pros Id on t Jefferson Inaugu rated system of sending written messages to con gress. Since this date no president has addressed con gress orally. The second census tr tnkcil In 1S0O, but tho total of the enumeration was not unnounceti until isui. " w ., lsoa. . . April 30-Terrltory of Louisiana purchased from France for $15,000,000. Territory con sists of 1.171.931 squnro miles. ,...,.,. Oct. 31 United States frigate Philadelphia ruptured by Trlpolltans In hnrbor of Tripoli. 1804. , , , Fob. 16 United States frigate Philadelphia burned by Lieut. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 December 1900

HAM) RAP AT OLEO. House Passes the Grout Bill by a Large Majority. The Mrmiiro I'iiIm a Tax of Ten Cmiian rounil mi All Imllntloii Mutter or Clinrno Ti on the Unnnl. ornil Article Derrraneil. Washington, Dec. 8. The house yes tcrcliiy passed tho Grout oleomargar ine bill by u voto of 100 to 9!J. Tho substitute ottered by llio minority of the committee on agriculture, which Imposed additional reHtrletioiiH on Ihe Kiile of oleomargarine to pre vent ItH fraudulent, sale as butter and increased the penaltlcB for violators, wjih defeated by u vote of IIH to 17-S. The bill nH passed makes all articles known uh oleomargarine, bulterlne, imilntlon butter or Imitation cIicchc transported Into any Htate or terri tory for consumption or sale subject to the police power of such state or territory, but prevents any state or territory from forbidding the trans portation or sale of such product when produced or sold free from col oration in Imitation of butter from two to ten cenfs per pound and d...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 December 1900

T L'5i IV M A WHY MRS. PINKHAM Is Able to Help Sick Women When Doctors Fail. llow gladly would men fly to wo man's aid did they but understand a woman's feelings, trials, sensibilities, and peculiar organic disturbances. Those things are known only to women, and tho aid a man would give is not at his command. To treat a case properly it is neces sary to know all about it, and full information, many times, cannot bo given by a woman to her family phy- Sins. a. IT. CnxrrLLL. elclan. Sho cannot bring herself to tell everything, and tho physician ia at a constant disadvantage. This is why, for tho past twcnty-flvo years, thousands of women havo been con fiding their troubles to Mrs. Pinkham, and whoso advico has brought happi ness and health to countless women in tho United States. Mrs. Chappcll, of Grant Park, 111., whose portrait we publish, advises all suffering women to seek Mrs. Pink ham's advice and use Lydin. E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, as they cured her of inflammation of ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 December 1900

fi r i w4 t 5? al fi r li K1MM WJ fcfl l ComkIi In Umo, WHIHL AIL tlbt FAILS. MtCK CllXHl, Syrup. i. Polo Um IfiaEMMbUJSlsMM?! (2r. W$. "PF! Keeling, Noinnhn, Nebraska. Office in Kooling building, kccoih! door north of Aynun' hnrdwnro toro. " ' ' l'ETEll KEltKEll, Deulor In HighcHt market price paid for nicies, Lard, Tallow, etc, THOS V. H1ATT, Proprietor of tho Livery&Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connootion with Livoiy Satisfaction guaranteed. The Nebraska Advertiser W. W, Sandehs, publHher FltlDAY. DltOKMUttll 11, 1000. MrH. Dr. Keeling has been Hick with tho (rip fur Beveral days but is some bettor. ' The beat scoop board made for sale by tho Edwarda ft Bradford Lumber Co. for only 91. 85. Anderson ft Drown will take caro of all coupons given out for life hIzo oil finish portraits, which aro Riven freo when casli purchases amounting to $20 aro matlo. To Curo a Gold In Ono Day Take Laxative J3romo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to curo. K...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 December 1900

vru-1. t v tC if SM effttef. VOLUMJb) XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, JTIUDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1000. NlfMBFU i(5 ffetfafta IMHl ' ' 'V ItVM M-'---. .u.- W. fe Local ISTows See IIIU & Keeling for tire Insurance Dr. W. t. Seymour, No. 1219 Kat., Lincoln, Neb. Wo wish nil our natrons tuul readers (i Merry Christmas Fred Seabury's baby husbeen very sick for several days. Elephnnts for sate by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. S. Cooper sells Page's Woven Wire f nee bt'8. fence on earth. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing aud Dry Goods. If yon want a Rood lantern go to the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. The Advertiser and St Louis Globe Democrat both one year for $1.00 Dr. V M. Boal, of Auburn, was In Nemaha Monday to see a patient. A nice line of sleds for sale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Miss Belle McGechle, who has been sick for the past two weeks, is better. S. W. Hodges Is this week moving on to Dr. Keollng's farm, In Aspinwall precinct, Gilbert & MeCandles...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 December 1900

1 !' ' ? ' I 'I l! J fHI NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. HANl)r.lt', I'uhllslmr. NEMAHA. - - - - NEBRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Itrnl ICstnln Declined Ml 1'er Cent. Recent sales of real estate in Gnl vesltm hIiow that current property values iinj hold nt only about one-half tlie figures prevailing prior to the Htortu. I'nr Our I'mnn of nllrnl, Wo may never need to ubo those 11 grcnt warships for which wo are about to spend $:0,000,()00, but It Ih worth that to our peace of mind If wo Bhould get into trouble. l'robiihlr tnn Oldest Clergyman. . Rev. Daniel Hauer, of Lebanon, I'a., Jh probnhly the olde.it clergyman In point of active service In tho world. Ho Ih 05 years old, and haH been jirenching for 75 yearn, He la a Lu theran. To Oooupv a limited lions. Ah vice president Mr. Roosevelt will occupy a rented holla's in Washington, and IiIb friends Bay it will not be an expensive reHldence, for the reason that the vice prcHldcnt-clect Ih not a rich inun. Ilrltlsh Troops Temperate. A woman Hpea...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 December 1900

"4 . ti'lf !ft Mis lb r '. f 4 'THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDBKS, Publisher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. DAY DREAMS. Day tlrcama will not do, boys, Pleasant though they be; Day dreams fruitless are, boys, As rain upon tho sea. 'Vain It is to climb, boys, Fancy's golden stair, If tho climbing ends, boys, In castles In tho air. -Not by stroke of luck, boys, Can you win a namo; 'There's no royal rontl, boys, Leading on to fame. Those- who gain renown, boys, Don't with shadows play, i -Heed tho lesson well, boys, Cast your dreams away, "Work lies at your hands, boys, Tasks that must bo done; You must bucklo to, boys, Kro tho set of sun. Swiftly Hies tho time, boys, "Whilst you aimless stray; Touth'a bright day la short, boys, Cast your dreams away. .Day dream3 will not do, boys, To yourselves bo true; 3f you would achluve, boys, You must daro and do. Have a purpose clear, boys, Then with heart and soul Follow whero It leads, boys, Till you reach tho goal. Rev. David Johnstone, In Golden Days...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 December 1900

,f IR i fi i kj hi I ? . THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER If tV. BANUKUM, rablltber. I l M I M KKMAIIA, NEBRASKA. TWO TYPES OF CLEVERNESS. I'lie Wiiiiiiiii Wlin 1'nnkCN im n NHuli. liorliooit Wnmler nml llrr f.rxM Tlulfl)- SUlrr. "8I10 is JitBt (lie most wonderful womnn J over snvv," snld (lie speaker. "Why, hIic docs every bit of licr own work, and her house in KpotlcKB from mellnr (o garret. I never bhvv such niotisckccpiiiff In nil my life. I keep two Hcrinnls myself, and I eun't he ight (o come up to her Htnndurd. She 'docs till her own Hewing; hIic und lier jclilldren nro always exquisitely ,drcsRed, und (here Imii'I a more .wtyllsb-lookiiig woman on tho E(reet .than nhe is, It'e u standing wonder !lo me how she does It nil." A wonderful woman? "Yes, Indeed, says the Washington Stnr. And there are so many of these (Women nowndnyK thut they are fnst censing (o be wonderful. You find ttliem in every town, on every H(rect, tin every social elrele and In every graveyard (heir nameR are ehlH...

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