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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 April 1901

' ' .' rHfct VWT "' ' .,'i w VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, Al'KIL 26, M01. NUMBER 44 r 3tntirffifif tf mrmrm m?M&aby m? h ; I, I Local News Warm days. Windy weather. Call on us for job work. A ruin would help mutter now. The roads are Retting quite dusty. IMum and ueach treea are In bloom. See Hill & Keeling for Ore Insurance Dr. James Kay has hud Lis house re shingled. Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1210 K at. , Lincoln, Neb. District court until June 17th has been adjourned Mr. Gainsey, of Palmyra, Neb., oimo to Nemaha Friday evanlng of last week. He talk of staying litre this Bummer. He la a brother of Mrs. L. JL. ltobison. W. W.Seld threshed over J00 bUBh els of oats at the Gilbert farm Monday. It isn't every farmer that can have oats ready lor threshing when others are only just Bowing theirs. A. L.Kontuer, of Falls City, C. D. Lynch end wife and Mrs. Severance, ot Aubuni, drovo through Nemaha Fri day forenoon. They had oeeu In Ab- pluwull and tot. Deroin preolucta. Mr. ...

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. — 26 April 1901

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. HAMMHIS, rulilliluT. NKMAIIA, - - - KKIIKAHKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. (Sih-hnIiu at II In Akp. It h nnld Unit Af,'iiiiuiI(lo lilmr.Mf rlocH not know Iiow old lie Ih. Tlio cHlhiuituH of IiIh rip' riuitfi! from 27 to .'112 yi'iitH. It 1h bullcvcil, however, tluit 187-1 Ih tlio eorreefc (lute of Ills birth. T CitNt 15:1,000,000. 'I'lie new naval academy at Annnp oIIh will be a tine Hi met tire. When eomplutcd the liiillilltif,' will have. eoHt $:i,0()0,000 and will be liner than any government t met tire oiitalde. of WiiHhiittfton. Tin Only AVoniun Admiral. The (piei'ii of fii;eeeo in the only woman admiral in (lie world. Slits wjih so appointed by the late Kinperor Alexander III., of Itinmiii, because, of her love for the sea, Instead of be Inj; given 11 regiment. Of (lie I'lrM MllKiiltttilc. For the Hist time in the history of Havana, April has passed without one ease of yellow fever. This seems to bo an American triumph of the llrst magnitude, ami can hardl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 April 1901

A h A - ARE LOSING GROUND. A British Confession That No Head way Is Being Made. liibt Month Ago Pneltlcatloii Was Palrly Un der Way, ISu) Itoporl liy Sir Alfred Al liner, Hut To-Day tho Scone Is Completely Altered. London, April 18. The South Af rirnn bluobook, containing recent dis patches from Sir Alfred Milner mul other official correspondents, was is sued Inst night. Ju a dispatch, dated February 0, Sir Alfred Milner re views the situation in South Africa and says that he had hoped some defi nite point would he reached at which it would he possible to sum up that chapter of history containing the war and forecast of administrative recon struction which must succeed It. "Hut 1 am reluctantly forced to the con clusion that there -will he no such dividing line," continues Sir Alfred .Milner. "It is no use denying that the last half year has been one of retrogression. Seven months ago this colony was perfectly quiet, at least 418 far as the Orange river. To-day the ceno is completel...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 April 1901

B THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. HASUVAIH, I'ublUlicr. NKMA1IA, " - NKHKASKA. WHEN MARY THINKS. "When Mnry does lifr thinking Tin twilight, nnd thn nun In tucked to bed 'nratli curtiilnn icd, And ntarn vec p, one by one, Prom far-off, pearly npaccn, With Rind llRhtn on their fncrs, Home ninHlng. nnd some vvliiklnK, While Mnry dors her thinking. The dny, with nonn nnd lniiRhtor, With hnppy work and piny, Glides nwlftly by on wlngn thnt fly The Rient, Kind, Kolden dny; And lllit an any tuihhle, With not n urlef or trouhlo The hourn to vex nnd vnrv, Ho IlKht seems Utile Alary. Hut when the nunnct nplendor Floods all the glowing wont And nlnkn nnd fadci to opal nhndes, A twilight d renin of rent, Then to n slower motion Moven Mnr notnii sweet potion Jinn net her liroun cy-os hllnklng, And Mary duen her thinking. I'-nr thoughtn, mysterious, tender, Great thoiiglitn, majestic, wine, Thcnc come nnd go with ebb nnd Mow In llttlo Mary'H oyen, An close Hho nits by mother Hy her and by no oth...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 April 1901

m V r f t- as ! K A - g$ THE PATENT OFFICE, One of the Most Important Branches of Our Government. Fonndcil liy tlic Kramer of the Con stitution nnil Cnrcfnlly Xurncil hy the Ulllccrn Flrnt l'laccd In ChnrRc of It. ISjiccInl Washington Letter. FOB the first time in two score years the patent oilice 1ms suf ilelent room for the transac tion of its voluminous nnd increasing ly important business. The interior department building, one of the most beautiful structures in this city, was overcrowded for ninny years, and Its magnificent corridors were disfigured with book racks and other official im pedimenta. Hut when the new post oilice department edifice was con structed, nnd that department was moved from its quarters opposite tlic interior department, the building which it had occupied since 1840 was taken possession of by the interior department; and this gave an oppor tunity for the commissioner of pat ents to so arrange the working force of his oilice that business might be carried ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 April 1901

atuuuuiumiiiiiiuijimjiiiiuuuuaiiiiuuiiuauiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiimiiiiiiiiuuuuiiiiiiu! 1 THE BEST NEWS OV NEBRASKA. nnnTfnnnnnn?Tn7nnnnnnnTFnnnnnnnnnnnnnTrnTTnnnnrTtTT7T7nnnnnms PLAN NEW BRIDGE. Hfiil of ii Wild DfliiMiHi. W'llllimi llntlcii, a fnriniT on flic Niobium river huiiIIi of Mcrrlnm, llllcd up on ll(iior nl MimtIiiiii mill Htiirtcil lionic nl tilirlilfnll, IxiiimIIii Hull lie would Idll IiIh wife mill inollicr-ln-linv. Upon reiirlilntr lioiur itbonl 11 o'clock lie nhol nl IiIh win wllli u revolver. I'rllilcncd by lile tu'lloim iitid I lie report, hIic fell over iih flionli dead, llioinrli not lilt nl nil. Tlilnltiiifr tier lo be dend lie I lien ilred nl IiIh iiiotlier-lii-lnw, Hie bullet pilau liifjf tlirouli lier elotliln, but onl, Wiv.ng licr lifil( . Ilntten tlicu plnced the iniizle oT tlie revolver In IiIh iiioutlt mid Ilred, dropping dend fn Hlimlly. Willi I DliiNiuore Ili'lciiMi-d. 'I'liere Is u eoncerlcd etTorl beiiif,p iiuulc to Hcrure n new triul mid ne (iilltul of I'riu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 April 1901

y 4 h I A K LOSSES BY FLOODS. Rampage of the Ohio River Will Cost Millions of Dollar-. Around l'lttalnirg 50,000 Worklngim'ti Aro la KiiforctHl Idltint'N. Section of Devolu tion nod Allarry la Wnlcu of tlio Itvcudliur Waters. Pittsburg, Pa., April 2. Pittsburg mil Allegheny are slowly emerging from the murky Hood. Conservative estimates of the total damage in this district is between $2,000,000 and $3, 000,000. Fifty thousand workers are Buffering from enforced idleness. The loss to the railroads entering Pittsburg from flood, landslides, wrecked ridges, heavy snow and the interference, with trnflle is roughly estimated at $1,000,000. On the Fort Wayne the worst was a snow block ade, between Salem and Massilion. Big landslides occurred on the Pitts burg & Lake Eric, the Ihiltiinoro & Ohio nt Soho, on the Panhandle, on the south side, the Ilessemcr at sev erul near SCRAPS OF INFORMATION. The first Knglish steel pens were sold at 30 shillings each. New Zealand had last year 0,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 April 1901

f h t 5 IS J DC r- rTrrrr-trii. "' sMkse k'tiklS WlftHt ALL ttbt fAILb. Beet Ciroirh Bynip. TftMes UikiiI. in amn. wln oy orupcisis. Uoo H n . TT. Keeling, Noiimhn, NcliniHkn. Office in Keeling building, second door orth of Aynen' linnlwiiro storo. PET 13 II KKUK15R, Dealer In 3UEIE.A.TS Highest mnrkol)iicu puitl for Hides, Lard, Tallow, etc, The Nebraska Advertissr W. V, Sanubuh, publHhcr FIIIDAV, AL'HLL 20, 11)01. J.- ZL uj"Jr's-1 E. A. HBLMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work guiirniileoil to nlvo untlHfaetlon Wost of Court IIoubo Sfiuare,So-Auburn,Nob J. H. SEID, Ilrociler of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. Farm one and onc-balf inileH south west of Nemaha. M. T. Hill hud Mis Elvira CurliB arrested Tuesday, charging her with assaulting lilu huh Theodore, ilttren years old, Monday evening. Mrs. Thoo, Hill waa having n fenco moved and Mrs. Curtis claimed hoiiio of the posts. Theodore was helping A V. Eurson move the fence. Ho wub carry ing a poat that waa claimed hy Mrs. Curtis an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 May 1901

. JcwWflr wsff- -iwrrijrvr tt ' ., eftilet w 1 .k A i) .&- VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1001. XUMBtill 46 il Melfalto lUtti ft .1 I 4 Local News Repair tliu sidewalks. Call on iib for .job work. School close two werkc from today. See Hill & Keeling for Are Insurance Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. Lincoln, Neb. 1211) Kat. Mias Helen Hoover tnaha Moudtiy. returned to Ne FARM FOR SALE 5Ji acres, quire at this olllce. In- lt Is said there are smallpox at Howe. soveral cases ef f Je Littrell lias repaired the sidewalk in front of his residence. See W. VV. Elarrls of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. Tim young folks were out hanging May bankets Tuesday nffcht. L. 11. Chauey, of Stella, gave us a social call Tuesday afternoou. Frank Woodward went to Lincoln Monday, returning Tuesday. County Superin tcndent Purrlott was in Nemaha Friday afternoon. John Kemptborne was transacting business at Auburn Tuesday. Mrs. Albert Sampson, who lias been quite sick, is able to be ou...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 May 1901

nffV"l 19 i i m M U 4 ' I II II w tt vK THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. V. MAXIMUM, I'ltlillnlior. NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA. 1901 MAY. 1901 MOS. TDM. WED. THAR, mi. 1 9 T T78 j7( T3T4T5 T6 77 20 2T 22 23 2? 27 28 29 30 JT TOPICS OF THE DAY. A tJrticHonie Meim-nto. dipt. llornbcek, (if Fulton, Mo., Iiiih n rope with which nine different ne grocH huvo ut vnrloiiH tlnieH been lynched. Presently Hornbook will tfet people lo bcllcvo that it Ih unlucky to be on IiIh Hiring. South Ainrrlt'ii'N l.nrKcut City. A recent centum of Kio do Janeiro r!vH the city approximately 050,000 inhahitantH. This Ih much Hiimllor than was generally Hiippowd. In all there, are fiO.HIK Iioiihcs and dwelling, giving the largo average of ten people each. I.lmlti'il KhITi-iikc for Women. A limited woman hu IT rage bill passed the New York assembly and was signed by the governor. The. bill pro vides that women taxpayers in vil lages and towns shall have the right to vote on all propositions for the ex penditure, of money....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 May 1901

1 toMtflAXE&tX iim-i-'nit1'APnrvK-xn.v a,is ;(-' !. h LONG TJIIP BEGINS. JPresident McKlnley and Party Start to Cross the Continent. .A Great Crmnt Hid tho President Gnod-lly nt thn National Capital Station Passed Through Historic Section of Vir ginia Hid First Day. Washington, April 30. The train -which is to carry J'resitlont and Mrs. McKinley and their party on their long excursion across the continent, and back made its stnrt Monday pre cisely on schedule time, over the Southern road. Before ten o'clock many people had congregated about, the station and when the president and Mrs. McKlnley arrived, as they did about 10:20 o'clock, the building was thronged and many persons were congregated on the outside. There was a cheer as the president's immedi ate party drove up to the station, and a, general demonstration of affection nntl regard as the head of the nation And his wife made their way through the crowd to their train. Mrs. Mc Kinley found the drawing room of the private ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 May 1901

-Jrr-tuft JB-iE,.... - tlfefv t P ; f v I ' 1 I1 u THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. HANDKUH, l'ubllMinr. NEMAHA, - NKHKASKA. I MUST GET HOME. I must Bet home. I lmvo wandered lonff In tliln wilderness ho drear, And many times lmvo I lout my way In the drcnry iiIkIU and tlio Rimless dny, Ami my heart Iiiih quaked with fear. Fierce Btorms have driven me farther bnck, Where mountains were bleak and hare, And oft when my foothold I would miss, Have I fallen Into mime deep abyss, And I almost perished there. I must get home. Too long lmvo I llTed On food that has caused distress; Hitter the fruits that unripe would fnll And the murky water would turn to Ball, Causing untold wretchedness. And when a rnmltie wnit In tlm land And the hot winds scorched the ground, 1 ntc the shucks that were tirown and dry, And often from thirst 1 would almost die. Krc a cooIiib dtnuBht 1 found. I must Ket home. In u vision fnlr I behold It far nway; The sky above It for nyo Is brlBht And there comes no cloud o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 May 1901

w.aJWt,v-, irt m ft t THE ROMAN PONTIFF. Looks Forward to Living to the Close of 1903. WnntK to ltonnd Out a Quarter of n Century of 1 1 1m l'ontllU'iito unci Half h Ccnturr of IIIh Cnritluulntc. Special Correspondence! POPE LEO XIIL, according to n ca ble message recently received from Home, has expressed to his Intinmtes the conviction that lie would live until late in the year 1003, when, on December 19, he proposes to ccle grate the llftleth anniversary of his elevation to the cardinalate in a man ner befitting so rare and distinguished an event. From time to time the news papers spread the report that the venerable pontiit is at death's door, but from a church dignitary who has seen him severnl times within the past decade it is learned that he seems to be about as robust now as he was ten years ago. Pope Leo Is one of the most remark able if not the most remarkable men of our age. His character Is a rare combination of firmness and gen tleness, and with these virtues is com bi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 May 1901

Ui'S ??' "u" w-"wk, ifpys Pt- w vuiiiiiiaiiuuuiiuiJiiuiiiiiiuiiuiiiiuuuiiuiiuuiiiiuuiiimuiiJiiiiiuiiiiauuiiiiii THE BEST NEWS mTTnnnTTTTnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnTTnnnnnnTTnnnnnnnnTTFrnnnTTnnnnnnn?s 'I'lio Hi-IiooIn of .Wlirnrilui. The Hixtei'titli tiiuiuiil report of 11m hIiiIu HtiHrlnt imkIimiIh of public In h( ruction, compiled by Konncr Kupor Inh.'iKliMit, .In('lKon, Ih Itt'lnf,' print cil ii iid will he reiuly for dint ritu1 ion in u few dnyH. Tlio tXoiiclt( tirt'H of the .miliools hIiico 1807 Iwvo been iih fob Jowh: Vcnr fueled .Inly, IH!)7, $:i,78S. If.H.yH; yciir uncled .Inly, 18)fl, $l,:i85, :i58.'J8; yenr ended duly, 1HJMI, $I,1S8, (IM.ISO; year ended duly MIDI), $5,073,-1-17.08. l-'ollowlnfc Ih a complete Hiiminary iiT tlie KtntlHtleH for t lit Inst, Helmed year, wlilch ended duly !, 1000. He Moureen: Amount on limit! nl begin nlng of year, .f(l(W,7l7.:iO; from county mid towntdilp trenmirerH, $2,0(10,8 I0.-I2; from wile of dlHtrlei, IicmiiIh, $l2fi,7fit.0' I; from tuition of iinn-r...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 May 1901

i imx wnu, -f & , PRESBYTERIAN CREED. tlnrmonlmt Action Tnlton l)jr tho Com mlttco on Itovlftlon A llrlur Summitry of tlio Fill III KccoiiiuicniliMl. rittsbnrg, l'a., April 27. Harmo nious fiction wus taken by the com mittee on revision of the creed of the Presbyterian church at its sessions yesterday at the Monougnhcla house and a unanimous report formulated late in the afternoon for submission to the general nsscmbly, which will meet at Philadelphia May 10. It was recommended that a com mittee be instructed to prepare a brief summary the reformed faith, bearing the same relation to the con fession which tho Bhorter catechism bears to tho larger catechism. This summary is not to be a substitute for the confession and is not to affect the terms of subscription, but "to vindicate and clear the doctrines of the church from all false aspersions ond misconceptions" and to give a better understanding of what 1b be lieved among Presbyterians. ODD FELLOWS CELEBRATE. Missouri nml Kansas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 May 1901

s!rr3Srssar wm&m. wmmmrw'nmmi.mmm9msetBfPnmtf mSmmiium mmmmmm !&! ffTM,C:3-inn m t "firiTTi .Trilm.'fi C .j.Z.1 kJ llort Cotifrti Bjrnp. Tfutut Hood. Uk ft Ffl In Umi, Soul rf drueulM. jl (Dr. $). W. j.Hf-j(;lun,g, Neinnlm, Nebraska. Offlco in Koeliiig building, hccuikI door orth of Ayntm' hardware store. "'PETER IC1SRKER, Dealer In MEATS IlighuHl iniirkot price puid for Hides, linn, Tallow, etc. J. H. SEID, Ilrrcilor of W Xhoroughlircri Poland China ZEiCDGrS. Farm one and one-half miles Houth wobI of Nemaha. LkWELUNG & SAPP, U13N13BAI, REAL ESTATE, LOAN and Insuranco Agents. Chyico farm loanti ft per cent. Notary L'uhlio in olllco. 1)110 WNVILM3, NBHKASKA.. TJIOS. V. II I ATT, I'rojirlotnr of tlio laivery&Feecl Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Gcod Dray in cennoction with Livory SatiGftiotion guarantoed, Republican Jr., 29348 Standard and registered. Sirod by Republican, 2:Ui.f ; dam, Sndio Vera by Talavora, 2:il0; 2nd dam, Betsy Trotwood by McMnhon, 2:21. Red bay, black points...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 May 1901

Oi X '- v. (VI i I ffiiel 'i -4 4' JTUMBER 47 VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1801. lelfaffca m 4 -rv Looal News Plenty of rain. Call on ub for job work. See Hill A Keeling for Ore insurance Nob many tlowora for Commence tnent. Auburn la to have a new 340,000 hotel. School closes today for ttio summer vacatiou. It rained again Wednesday and Tuursday. Dr. W. I. Seymour, No. 1210 K St. , Lincoln, Neb. FAltM FOR SALE 53 acreB, In quire at this otlice. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing aud Dry Goods. J. W. Cheney, of Stella, gave us a short call Wednesday afternoon. Miss Jessie Steuteville, of Browni vllle, was a Nemaha visitor Monday. Mr. aud Mrs. 13. Stroble, of 13nwn ville, were Nemaha vUitors Tuesday. Considerable corn will have to bo re planted on account of the cool weather. A. L. Lawrence is rejoicing over the arrival of a One boy, born Friday, May 10th. Have your watches and clocks re paired by a competent jeweler at L. H. Battles & Co.'a. Baile Gilb...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 May 1901

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HA.MH'.KH, PiiMIsIut. NEMAHA, 7" ". NI5HKASKA. TOPICS OP THE DAY. A lifMRiiii from Nnltirc Some people are iifrtilil to exercise in the open iilr for four llioy will lake cold. Tin; lilrtlH don't take cold find limy perch on ti limb mid sleep In u draught nil night long, l.ivo more out of doorH. ICInu' HilMiiril' llcliln. A Itrltlsh niulheiniitieiaii calculates that King Kdwurd VII.'h debts can be paid wltliln llm next 12 years. Hut the iiiniii question Is If the king has forgot ton the facility of tlic prince in conl rucl liif Ilium. True l'rli'inl of tin Noll Tlllrr. Kvery farmer with n fow bushels of patriotism In his burn bin entcr tiihiflMirm regard for Corn King I'hll lips. No truer friend of the soil tiller Iiiik appeared in the pit since Mr. Loi ter eume down the pike. Son of u Mrtlniill! Illnliop. Karl CraiiHton, who Iiuh been nnmed iih district attorney for the district, of Colorado, Ih a Hon of Hlshnp CnuiHton, of the Methodist Kplseopul chur...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 May 1901

f ' A. IN LAND OF lUllUT. President McKinley Receives a De lightful Welcome to California. At Kedlunds iiml I,ns Angeles lln AVns Driv en TliroiiKlt .Streets Lined w It It Falun anil Venetian .Masts unit ()cr Ileds of ltOHC-S. Los Angeles, Cnl., Mny 9. Yester day the president mul his party hud their first taste of tlie hospitality of Cttliforiilii. The introduction to the land of sunshine, fruit and Mowers was like n dream of paradise after tho three days spent in the alkali deserts of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. It was like passing into fairyland. Nature seemed to have adorned berself for tho occasion in lier brightest colors. Gov. Gage and "the California congressional delega tion met the president at Itedlands, in the San Bernardino valley, at nine o'Hoek in the morning, and wel comed him to the state. It was here the president got Ids first faint idea of the wonderful reception which awaited him Through an nvonuci lined with palms and Venetian masts he drove over beds of ros...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 May 1901

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER AV. AV. NANtlCKH, I'ubllnli or. NKMAIIA, - N15IWIASICA. THE POOR MAN'S SHEAF. IIo saw tlio wlient-neldu waiting All Kuldcn In the hum, And strong nnd Hlnlwnrt reapers Wont liy him one by one, "Oh, could I reap In Imrvfutl" Ills licnrt mndu hitter cry; "I can do nothing! nothing! Ho weak, nlasl am 1." At i'vp n fnlntlnrr trnvelcr Bunk down beside, the door; A cup of cryntul waer To quench his thirst he bore. And when, refreshed nnd strengthened, The trnvelcr went his wny, Upon the poor iiiiui'h threnhold A golden wlieal-Hhonf lay. When enme the Lord of hnrveM, IIo cried: "Ohl Master kind, One sheaf I hnvo to offer, Kut that t did not bind. I gave n cup of water To ono nthlrst, nnd ho Left at my door, In going, This nhenf I offer Thee." Then said the Master, poftly: "Well pleased with this am I; One of my angels left It Willi thee, ii n he passed by Thou tnnyst not Join the reapers Upon the linrvfHt plain, lint he who helps n brother JUikIh sheaves of rlchrnt g...

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