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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 June 1901

y . " p A.W..." -"f L,; ' 6:- ' eftilet I ;4$ X VOLUME XL VI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1901. XUMBEU I Hebftjk sum ih fife' I" f ft ; iV Local ISTows Call on ua for job work. Prepare for the Fourth. The hot weather continues. We had a fine rain lust Snturdny. Farmers are very busy harvesting. Seo Hill & Keeling for the Insurance It has been extremely windy for several days. Dr. V. I. Sevmour, No. 1210 K at. , ( Lincoln, N'eb. Cyrus Mlnick went to Bracken the first oV the week to work. Jar via S Church, of Auburn, was a Nemaha visitor Thursday. ' The O'Brien wagon sold and guaran teed by Chambers & Ilintt. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. Judge Broady, of Lincoln, was a Nemaha visitor Wednesday. v Fine line of lap dusters aud fly nets just received at Hiatt's harness shop. Dr. Ebnolher and daughter Tlieora left Monday for their homo in Downs Kansas. Have your watches and clocks re paired by & competent jeweler at Battles'. A great many ...

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. — 28 June 1901

..- amwiiA8 ww H THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANIJKUH, I'ulilMmr. NEMAHA, " KKURASKA TOPICS OF THE DAY. Prefer Hie Ilevlne.1 Version. A Maryland college professor do clnrcH that "it Ib a nln 1o be rich." Ktlll there uru u few niorlnln Inking long ehnncen on tin; revised vcrRlon, "Money vovurn ti iiiullittido of HinH." An Orntiuipiitnl A(Tnlr. Thun fnr Tho lingua arbitration tribunal him been an ornamental nf fair. If it can do nothing in regard to South Africa or China the 'iicHtion arlncH if It Ih anything morn than a barren theory. Coll Oil tl ICIll MllNflllltllCN. Tho Havana health department Ih using petroleum extensively hi and around tho city lo prevent tho gen eration of mosquitoes. An ounce of oil for every ten Mquaro feet of water Htirfaeo Is the rule. i.urift'nt Mulnln In din Hunt. Dr. N. Seward Webb's country place hi Vermont, Sholbiirno VurniH, covers 4,000 acres of ground and Is the largest estntu owned by a slnglo in dividual cast of tho Mississippi. It la held at a ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 June 1901

V L1UNDIIEDS DHOWiNED Elkhorn Valley in West Virginia Swept by a Deluge. Cities Aro Inld Wnsto.nnd Itallrond Trains Aro linriio ,UvuyNby 11 Torrnnt Thut Catches Them Unawares -Froper- ty Loss 82.000,000. Blucileld, W. Va., June 21. This en iire section haa just been visited by a Hood, the extent of which in all probability will equal or exceed that of Johnstown in 1S89, so far as the loss ot property is concerned. Knrly Saturday morning, shortly after mid night, u heavy downpour of rain be gan, accompanied by a Bovore electric storm which violently increased In volume and continued for several h. -vs. Many miles of the Norfolk & Western railroad track, bridges and telegraph lines aro entirely destroyed and communication is entirely cut off west of Elkhorn, so that it is impos sible to learn the full extent of the loss of life nnd property, but olllciala of the coal operations located in tho stricken district have sent out mes sengers to Elkhorn, the terminus of both telegraphic ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 June 1901

to w i tt IViV Fa THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. HANl)i:i(8, I'ulilUlmr. NEMAHA, NI2UUASKA Hlfe ANGEL. Ho thought sho wan by fur too pood for thin old world of our, Ho tlioiiBlit sho miRlit to 1)0 tlio oueon of Homo fnlr renlm of (lowers; Hho seemed as one liut Inlcly sent from nomowhcro In the sky, Ho rather funded thiit sho might spread out her vvlmjs and lly. Mo Kf'ntlp was hor manner and so benutl- fill her fnco That ho knew Clod Bent her hero to make this world u hotter place. The rosos premcri more fragrant nnd to huvo a fairer huo After hho hud paired nmonp them, and tho vory breeze, that blew AmonK her silken tresses hod n (Inilncsc that ho ne'er Till hearing her svvet whisper had dis covered In the air; Tho sky seomeil softer, fairer, Just for brlnff o'er her head, And tho world seemed somewhat bettor after overy wotd she snlil. His droamH were of her only; when ho saw the Rlnil sun rlso JIo blossotl It for Itnpjutlni; Its sweet IlRht to her dear eyes; Ho blessed the birds...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 June 1901

KZZ2 .." I- v -. !. A 7'! " xv I ' N rMS 11E rose lhe morn- L tfm$ July, C ,1 W And looked at the iVW twv.- clock with a Binllo ntul a slirh. As sho stood In her EDOtlCES gown. "He never was known to bo late," Fhe said; "It surely Is tlmo he was out of his bed. I hopo he is hearty and well, tho dear! Such u beautiful nap he has hadl A year Is nono too long for him. Hark! "What a that?" She Rave her ribbons a hasty pat, And smoothed her apron down. A thump, a bam?, on tho floor above, "lie's up!" she cried, with a look of love. A banc and a thump and then Down over tho stairs with a bound ho came, And shouted, and hugged the dear old dame Till her cap fell olf and her breath was gone. Ho called for his drum and ho called for his horn, IIo danced and whistled and laughed and suns, And raised such a breeze that tho flags he Hung , From tho windows flapped again. tft's only my Fourth!" good Damo July, To the wondering neighbors that hurried by, With motherly pride explained; "lie Is Jus...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 June 1901

JSSoJTwMdSSSsiiswl .i ' j "9 5 m m, ym !t 1 THE BEST NEWS OE NEBRASKA. NchriiMkii Handily .School. Ilrolher ArreMeil fur Serlon Crime. A throe-days' session of (lie iSV-1 Kd and Henry St rncke, brothers, are hniHlui Stindiiy ncliool itHHoeiatioii was in jail at Fullcrton on the charge of bold (it Huntings recently, with .'100 rape on a 13-yenr-oId girl, whom they didcgatcH present. One of the insplr- found alone at, a house where they ing entertainment h was the song stopped for u drink while wheeling aorvloo in which a choir of 150 trained from Kullerton to their home In l'olk Children participated. The ntato field county, six milon north of Sllvercreek. worker, It. II. Pollock, reported that She wan taken, to the barn and loft thnro wore 2,508 Sunday hcIiooIh In uneoiiHclotiH after the young men had, the Hlnto, 105 nehools having regular it in charged, aecompllHhed their pur- wcekly teachers meetings. During pose, but was hooii found by men re- tho past year 930 Sunday Hchool turn...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 June 1901

I WHY MRS. PINKHAM Is Able to Help Sick "Women "VVlicn Doctors Fail. How gladly would men fly to wo man's aid did they but understand a woman's feelings, trials, sensibilities, and peculiar organic disturbances. Thoso things aro known only to women, and the aid a man would glvo is not at his command. To treat a case properly it is ncccs Bary to know all about it, and full information, many times, cannot bo given by a woman to her family phy SCiiSKGE AND INDUSTRY. Mas. Q. IL CnArrcLi.. nlclan. Sho cannot bring herself to tell everything, and the- physician is at a constant disadvantage. This is why, for tho past twenty-five years, thousands of women havo been con fiding their troubles to Mra Plnkham, and whoso advice has brought happi ness and health to countless women in tho United States. Mrs. Chappell, of Grant Park, 111., whose portrait we publish, advises all suffering women to seek Mrs. Pink ham's advico and use Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, as they cured hor of infla...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 June 1901

,.. tvJ' ,?i '. rr "-r.-ir..- 13 CURIS WHlHt AIL llsIAllS. "cT Host Cough By run. Tnntcn Good. Cm HI iTM In tlmn. Hold iit clrus'itlfttn. W Qr. $. W. Keeling; Jfamalin, Nebraska. Offico in Kocling building, hccoiu! door orth of AyncH' lmnlwiiro Htoro. PETER KEllKEli, Denier In HiglicBt mnrkot prico paid for IlidcB, Lnrd, Tallow, etc, .a., x.. stiejrs, jvt, r. NEMAHA, NKUIt, Tondcrs his professional services to the citizens of Nomaha and vicinity. .All( calls answered. Dr. Gaithor's offico. 6 7 i E. A. HELMER, Watchmaker y and Jeweler. All work Rtmrnntood to kIvo imtlHfnotlon Wost of Oourt Houeo Squaro,So'Aul)urn,lTob JOHN A. HIATT, Denier in and Ilarness Supplies NEMAHA, NEIJltASKA ft ' J. H. SEID, Breeder of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. Farm ono and one-half milos south west of Nemaha. THOS. W. HIATT, Proprietor of tho Livery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connootion with Livery Satisfaction guarantood. nSiBelB' ' J!ivrlirt 'J&fit Vk Wm Republican Jr., 29348 Sta...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 July 1901

ns n ciiicK'iurt m F 1 i fttiefttel i.V VOLUME XL VI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY Ht 1901. XUMBER 2 a sv .-u u . SC BAfc- 1ft, f & !4. ' Ife1 4 I -A p Local News Wheat harvest is over. Call on us for job work. Extremely hot weather. A good time to kilt weeds. Too hot to rtiatle much news. See HIU & Keeling for Are insurance Threshing the wheat crop now be gins. Dr. W. I. Seymour, No. 1210 K st. , Lincoln, Neb. The O'Brien wagon sold and guaran teed by Chambers & Hiatt. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. Seymour Howe commenced to thresh bis wheat Friday of this week. We had a good rain Monday night and another good one Tuesday night. The dry hot weather the latter part of last month cut the potato crop short. Have your watches and clocks re paired by a competent jeweler at Battles. Frank Flack and family went to Tecunjseh Wednesday to celebrate the Fourth. The Advertiser and the St. Louis Globe Democrat both one year for only 81.00. Dr. Harlan,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 July 1901

5, u THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. NANIIKKS, l'ulfllftlicir. NEMAHA, NEliKASKA AS&$4y$HAWi 1901 JULY. 1901 4 4) Y CURRENT COMMENT. Predictions regarding tho crops of OUlllllOIIlll 1111(1 KilllHIlH will have It) 1)0 withheld until tho scientists can as certain (lie full -xtont of tho depre dations by ilio Pyrulls eostulls mid cotton cutoolUH. If the experiment of having one man nerve aH president of half a dozen railroads proves successful It may re nult In reducing tlio cost of iruvel. Hut tliu railroad companies will not try two experiments at the same time. Tim agricultural bureau of the United StatcH has an Idea that the corn crop can bo doubled by tlio best selection of seed and high culture. Two billion more bushels at f0 centa would bo $t, 000,000,000. There's mil lions in it! Tlio Congr.cgntionallfll goes so far as to say that "It is even a question whether, If u candidate for the minis try should refuse to avow u belief that II10 body of Jesus camo forth from tlio grave ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 July 1901

IfflBfJmTjrl ?,.: . rt V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER I II !!-- W. VT. SANDKK3, Publisher. NEMAHA, - ' - NEDItASKA. INCOMPLETENESS. '-Nothing resting in Its own completeness Can havo worth or beauty; but nlono .Iicc.iusr it leads and tends to further mveetness, Fuller, higher, deeper than Its own. "Spring's real glory dwells not in the morn ing, Gracious though It be, of her bluo hours; 13 ut Is hidden In her tender leaning To the summer's richer wealth of flowers. -Dawn is fair, because the mists fade slowly Into day, which floods the world with light; Twilight's mystery Is so sweet and holy Just because It ends In starry night. Childhood's smiles unconscious graces bor row From strife that In a far-oft future lies; .And angel glances (veiled now by life's sorrow) -"Draw our hearts to some beloved eyes. "Ufo Is only bright when It proccedoth Toward a truer, deeper life above; .Human love Is sweetest when it lcadeth To a more divine and perfect love. 'Learn the mystery of progression dul...

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. — 5 July 1901

J i f i $ V ft'i ft I 1 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i W. W. RANDKKS, l'nbllnher. NEMAHA, - " - NEHKASKA, THE STAY-AT-HOMES. Tho Browns oro getting ready For n trip acrons tho seaa; The arrcnn will spend tho itummcr At Old Orchnrd, and tho Lees Are going to tho Catsklil For a month or two, they nay ' Hut we hnvo not boon making V Any plans to go away. Tho Tompletons nro going ( Off In Ronrch of purer nlr; And tho Smiths will llvo In cablnn In the woods up north somewhere; Tho Whiten will go to Newport And tho Ilnckcttn to Cnpo May But a dimpled llttlo ntrangcr Camo to u tho other day. They will fish and they'll go hunting, ( And they'll loll henlda tho Kea, And they'll brentho tho mountain broczon That blow strong and cool and frco, But a little, blue-eyed stranger's Co mo to our house to stny, And bo we've not been muklng , Any planH to go away. Let them go and let them frolic, Let them think they're glnd, but oh I'll have greater Joy In staying Than they'll ilnd or high or low; I'JI be...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 July 1901

i v .x t- a. ?H 'i if y aim .srfCQ WATER TANK DRAINAGE. 'A Simple nnd Kffecttve Method of Condncttnu Away Water Before It Can Caaac Mud, The thorough drainage of a water tank is an important matter. The mud which forms underneath the tank, caused by the overflow and leak age, not only shortens the life of a wooden tank where it comes in con tact with the bottom, but sometimes reaches out for some distance around the tank and becomes very disagree able. Many times in the case of a low tank at which stock is watered, when the mud becomes objectionable, ashes or dirt are thrown around it to ab sorb, mud. This to a certain extent may prevent the disagreeable effect of tlie saturated oil outside the pre scribed circle or square of tank, but DRAINAGE FOR WATER TANK. causes the leakage or overflow to gravitate back under the tank, where it remains to rot out the wood or ren der the foundation insecure. A sim ple method of conducting away the water before it can cause mud is shown in the cu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 July 1901

fc 1 J, -J.AiSli 4 - 1am U! I I I" w h ' i ! M A II I I n I ?i a I I I THE BEST SEWS OE NEBRASKA. SnTfmrnnnnmnmnnnnTmnnTnThnnnnnfmnnfTniTnnmTnnnnTnTnnTmnni lliirliui tloc tn AIiihIiii. N. V. llarhiu imtl wife mill Hdward Jmrlun, JiiH hoii, loft Vork for Alaska "Wednesday, where Mr. Iliirlan lakes up hiii worl. as t'nLod States litrlct Attorney. For - years Senator llr fan linfi lived ill Vork and lias hold various oIlhoH of pu) lie trust. Whoa Mr. Van Wyok niado his memorable raco for re-election fo I ho. (Jul tod status Hcn:ito Mi'. Harlan was chosen Kponhor of tin hone as a Van Wyok man. llu h at present HtJito senator from the York district and a friend of J). 15. 'J'lioinp.son. Whon 1i!h lorni ;ih United Slates district attorney ex pire Mr. ll-trhin will return to Vork. Ju Alnskn tliey wll' ri-Hldo at Fugle City. Ilmvy Tux on Pcddlera. A new state law which went into effect .July provides that hereafter license tax for peddlers ilylti- their vocation outside the limif k of a cit...

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. — 5 July 1901

f .! ' V JL. IS AGAIN IN JAIL. Jury Convicts Jessie Morrison of Clara Castle's Murder. Verdict W'nn n CninproinlRO mul Mill Morri son Will Only Survo from Tnrco to l'ho Yiurs Olio iMuii 1'arcuil tliu Ilt;lit Houtoiiuo. Eldorado, Kan., June 29. .Trislo Morrison was found guilty of man slaughter in the second degree for tho murder of Mrs. Olin Castle. The pen ulty is not more than five years or less than three years in the peniten tiary. As boon as the verdict was an nounced Jessie Morrison went over into her father's arms and wept on his breast, Henry Schumacher, one of Miss Morrison's lawyers, immediately tiled u notice of appeal. Jessie Mor rison was taken to her old fell in tho courtroom and locked up. There her father, who had been with her, left her. The verdict was a compromise. When the jury first went out Wednes day morning the vote was 11 to 1 for conviction. Frederick Sproul, tho Seventh Day Advontist preacher, voted for acquittal. Then the argument nnd wrangling began. Fiv...

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. — 5 July 1901

u. mir 'AtjBt Vt , tr nmjypimmbm L ft I-: IV I 19 11 l FgHfllllrg1l as uunEi nrim nil ririE in l.1i El Ilcat Couuh Brrup. Tiutci Ooo-l. Um jm in nmn. noin or nrtiaii. r. (gj. "FT. Keeling, Nomalia, Nobrnskn. Office in Keeling building, hccoikI tloor otth of AyiioH lmrdwiiro Htoro. PETER KERKER, Doiilor In ZMZIE.A.TS Ilighcflt market prico paid for llidoa, Lard, Tallow, etc, A.. Xj. STIE3RS, JVT. X). NEMAHA, NEBR, Tondprs his professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaithor's office. 6 7 I R. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. . All work Kunrnntoeil to kIvo tntlHliiallon West of Oourt Houso 8quaro,Bo'Auburn,Nob JOHN A. HIATT, Deulor in and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA J. H. SEID, Brocdor or Thoroughbred Poland China HZOC3-S. Farm ono and one-half miles south west of Nemaha. THOS. W. HIATT, Proprietor of tlio Livery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connection with Livery Satisfaction guaranteed. The Nebraska Advertiser W. W....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 July 1901

r v-yi -. -, teffileC v VOLUME XLVl NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1901. NUMBER 3 ffeifaito i 4, JLooal N ew8 Dusty roads. Pastures ie very poor. Call on us for job work. No cessation of the liot weather. It ia hot enough for us. thank you. ,Seu Hill & Keeling for Are insurance , . ' No man that is able to work ueid be idle now. Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1210 Kst., Lincoln, Neb. I Miss Mlunlo Colerick went to Au burn Tuesday. Farmers are riiBtltng to got their wheat threshed. ' Charley Llndsey is kept very buBy Betting wagou tires. There is great suffering from the heat all over the country. The O'Brien wagon sold and; guaran teed by Chambers & Ilintt. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. Will O'Harra recently bought ft fine buggy from Chambers & Hiatt. Dr J. A. W. Hull, of Stella, was a Nemaha visitor Piiday morning. The old settlers' picnic will be hold ut Nemaha Saturday, August 17th. Miss Florence Minlck went to Brack en Wednesday, returning ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 July 1901

V a n i. i u n It THEHEBRASKUDJERTISER W. W. NAN!KK8, l'ubllalier. NEMAHA, -' - " - NEBRASKA 1901 JULY. 1901 V) 3 SDK. KOI IDES. WED. THOU. FIU. SIT. 4 ITT 22 23 24 25 26?7 I 28 29 30 31 I 9 , y jl I 5C 7? :S OURRENT COMMENT. Experience in teaching, with more !Iiij)1iiikIh than over, tliut Kecking1 rufupo under a trcu during' u Htorm iH ununfu. It requires Htrenglh of mind to take a Hhowor in the open, but u wotting' Is better tliun elcetrooutlon. Tim College of the City of Nr.wYorlc JnBt week grnduutcd a elasn of 120 whoHc tuition luul cost nothing "from the primary huIiooI to the door of the profuKHlonn Hehool." It 1b only in the United StntcH that free edueutioii 1b provided on thin Rcrtlu. It nppeni'H that tho clgaretto has been extending its ravngcH among woman in u manner that Ih no leHH effectual bceaiiHo It 1h u Heeret. It is said that in New York elty alone there are 100,000 women who Hinokc. Han Frauclueo Ih almost hk bad. Long island ban the mnulluHt village in the world....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 July 1901

v V ' i J. . 4? . 4 ' M J.. c i ft . fit I '. a?' i i k . 1 Ci: t ., ,,nn ,nn ,T,trnnmf,innl THKNKBKASKA AUYMT1SM W. W. BAND BUS, 1'ublUhor. i NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. THE KNOCKER. "Who, when the freckled Echoolboy risen Above. the rest and gets the prlsss, Bays: "Huh I It's nil a fixed affair It wus his pull tlrat got him there?" The knocker. "Who Is It, when the man Eucceeds Jn winning hrr ho loves, proceeds 'To say: "What fools qlrls arc that they "Will throw themselves away that way?" The knocker. 'Who, while the young man tries and tries To reach the place where honor Uch, Is always on the watch to Jump Out and administer a bump? Tho knocker. Who, when a man succeeds In Ralnlnrr The end for which he's lone been straining. Says: "Oh, It's easy to ndvanco When anyone has such a chanco?" Tho knocker. Who when, nt last, the man that won lilcs down to sleep, his work well done, womes forward, looking sad, to say: "By worth and pluck ho won his way?" The knocker. S. S. Klser, In Chicago R...

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. — 12 July 1901

"L ,-.Vfttt3 "W. U nr h i ' f!l '.. .Mi f id 'i ,'il I 1 ill Ml I Ell i a n THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER 1.1 I ! W. W. HANDKUH, 1'nhlUher. NEMAHA, - - - NtilMlARKA. THE VOICE IN THE CHOIR. Up In tho mimlc-loft I heard A volco of wotihrotiH tone, I.lka warlilltiK of u Imppy bird That Joyed o'er winter flown. Ab nlnner T was never nlntinM; So I could not aspire To rlpo to hucIi a hclitht mi stand IJcnldo her In tho choir. I loved her: and I t until: my wlta . Another plnti I Icmjw: I tried it, and well, now nlio hIIb IJonltlc mo In tho puw. Her voice bIiirh nnd my henrt replies, Hcjolclnir In Iovo'h crown j Bho "ruined n mortal to tho BklcH." I "drew an niiKel down." OcorKo Ulrdfloye, In Town and Country. f-fo-f-fe o -f.f THE "TANIFA" OF SAMOA. - IIY I.OIMH UlX'tCIC MANY years ago In 1873 ut the close of an intensely hot day, J set out. from Apia, the. principal port of Samoa, to walk to u village mimed Luulli, u few miles along tho count. win hound on ti pigeon-shooting trip to tho inotin...

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