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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 July 1901

!. i i. v i1 4 5 ' ,v " .. k . k X k 1 I V HAVE QUEER FAITH. Mohave Indians Believe That Spir its Die Four Times. ThenThrr'Uctarn. to. girth, nnd Ilc- ooiuc I'nrt of the Soil .Vo Ucward or l'liulNliincut In the Spirit World. Special Arizona Letter. WH12N onu crosses the Colorado river at the Needles, on the Santn Fe line to California, he generally sees it large number of In dians at the depot, some with pot tery, others with bendwork, and still others with bows nnd arrows, which they seek to sell to the tenderfoot tourist. The pottery is sunbaked clay and will fall to pieces almost at a look, and the bows and arrows were never intended to be shot with. They are made and painted in iine Mohave style to catch the white man's eye and sell. Nol it is a mlstnke to say they are painted in Mohave stj'le, for I have several of their own old bows andi arrows, actually used in the chase nnd in war, and they are unpnintcd and exceedingly plain. Hut they are dan gerous weapons, for all that, a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 July 1901

- V M tin in 1 u v .U V w 4 1 V it .ii SIXTH OJF AUGUST. President Nnmes Dato for Opening New Indian Lands. Tliono Who WIhIi to Ihitor Altint UegiiiUir Order of Aiijillcutioim to Itu. Iiutor- niliiutl by tirikwlui; No Triuivrur- uiiru uf lurtllleuto Allow !. Washington, .Inly 8. Tlio prochunn tlon of President MeKliiley opening; to settlement tliu IiiikIh ceded by In dians hi the torrltory of Okliilioiim was given to tliu public yesterday. It i US follflWH! Ily tlio I'rcHldcnt of tlio United Hlatcs of America A Proclamation: Whereas, by an iiKrooinont between the Wichita and nlllllated bands of Indium on tlio onu part, and certain corninlumou orn of tlio United States on the other pnrt, ratified by act of congronn approved Mureli 2, ltotf (28 Stut. 8711, bV), the fluid Indlatm ceded, conveyed, tranxferrcd and relinquished forever and nbuolutcly, with out any reservation whatever, unto the United Htatcn of America, all their claim, tltlo und Intercut of every kind and char actor In a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 July 1901

V X u- . 4 f" MiiimiiiilUlimiiiiiJUmmmiimuiiiiiinuiUiiiwiniiimimmiuuuuuuiiimiiMntf THE BEST NEWS arnrnmiHiFiiHHiiHiiwtiif!TWTwnwmTiiiifiiiiiwiMiHHiiHHinnmwwiiwininnnif SliortnRc of jUO,000. State Auditor Weston linn ninde pub lic a report of thti condition of the .Kearney county treasurer office, hliowiiiff a shortage of $10,011.07 in the nccounts of Treasurer Alfred B. Nor lin, who says lie was held up and robbed of this amount last week. The auditor and the examiners refused to comment on the robbery, further tTian to say that the shortage was in the cash account and that there was no way of determining whether or not all of the money was taken at one time. Norlin's story is that while sitting in his office about 8:15 p. in. he was clubbed into insensibility and that when he regained consciousness he found that the cash box had been robbed nnd u llro started, which was rapidly spreading about the interior of the room. As to the fire, his story is confirmed by firemen nnd others wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 July 1901

& f R5 ,i,"!."r,.""1!"' Vil 'i ,4, f I. t ; si ! V LUKta WnrKt All II Sf IAIIX. licet Couuh Hjrtip. Tiuu-t Good. limn. 8nM y ilrmtiilHt. ftiMiiiriM?Ha r. . TF. Keeling, Ncmnlm, Nebraska. Off ico in Kcoling building, xccoml door orth of AynuH lnirdwnro Rtoro. ' PETER KEKKEtt, Dealer In ZMZZEjTS Highest market price paid for Ilidos, Lurd, Tallow, etc, -A.. ,. STIBES, jvr. r. NEMAHA, NEBIl, Tenders his professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaither's office. 6 7 I R, A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work Kiinriinlcoil In ulvoMiillHuidlon Wcstof Oourt Houso Squaro,Bo'Aubura,Neb JOHN A. HIATT, Dealer ii and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, N-hllKASKA WmBKSXsS3BBmm J. H. SEID, llrccdcr of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. Farm ono and one-half miles sotith vrost of Nemaha. THOS. W. HIATT, Proprietor of tlio Livery&Feed Stable NEMAHA, HEBE. Good Dray in connoction with Livery Satisfaction guaranteed. The Nebraska Advertissr W. V, Sakdkkh, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 July 1901

o .i 'U-Vlt 31 i. Iteffile VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901. XUMB1?K 4 T jflfckv t BY mmmm w't i i " V r-is ''. ? i.v. i ?; JL & w. ? u '! K 5& r : - m &. F i . Local iSTews Call on uh for Job work. There Is considerable sickness now, See Hill & Keeling for tire Insurance Dr. W. I, Seymonr, No. till) K at. , Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. John E. Crother is very sick with rheumatism. Charley Hacker, of Auburn. waB In Nemaha Thursday. Mr, and Mrs K. E Uutubaugh went to JohiiHon Friday. Croquet sets for sale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. County Superintendent Parrlott was u Nemaha visitoi Wednesday. The old settlero picnic will be held at Nemaha Saturday, August iTtti. Miss Florence Mlnick ia quite sick, being threatened with malarial fever. - - ..-1. f - ..-- Fruit jurs and fruit cans for sale by he Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Lizzie O' Hurra has been very .sick with malarial fever bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 July 1901

wm MWfflrfS !l a. . $ ' i 'S b THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i i i ii Hii XV. W. HANDKKS, l'nhlUtier. NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA. CURRENT COMMENT. , The Young Men's Christian associa tion, which has Just celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of Its organlzu tlon, Ih established in 1,500 places, and owiih property valued at $20,000,000. Two miles overhead there In U pleas ant rii nunc r toinpernturc.nnd 11 mites tip It is 88 below zero. However, thrco balloon fatalltleH oecnrred lat week, and that Ih about the average during tho parachute season. A swindler in New York lniwlo this confession: "If the post, office depart ment would lot mo alone I would have to hire a cart to carry away tho money-laden mall. Let me prom Ibo 60 per cent on a fake and I can get rich." The mnny persons who aro anxious to be soon parted from their money aro under great obliga tions to Uncle Sam's protective pos tal rules. A medical writer contends that a person's body is his most valuable property, and often gels tho wo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 July 1901

A y y ' SIXTEEN AIlE DEAD. Terrible Wreck of Alton Passenger Train Near Marshall, Mo. nVhllo doing nt Illclt Ilftto of Speed Two Train Met lli-udoii mtil tho Hcnult Was I'tlehu ul Injured Num ber AlutuL Fifty. Kansas City, Mo., July 11. Sixteen people wore killed anil about CO in jured in n wreck caused by a head end collision on the Chicago & Alton railway between Marshall and Slater, Mo., nt seven o'clock yesterday morn ing. Seven of those killed died iu stnnlly. The others succumbed to their injuries cither en route to Knn ns City or nfter they had been con vcyed to one of the local hospitals. The trains came together headon, while both were making n high rnte of 'speed. Passengers assert that they were trnvcling at the rate of GO miles an hour. They felt, u sudden shock, as the two gigantic engines came together, and were thrown from ;nd to end of the cars they were rid ing in. The engines pushed each other to different sides of the track, and the forward cars of the passen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 July 1901

t P' I il I . THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANI)i:itS, PubllMior. NEMAHA, - " - NEBHASKA. FORE DADDY'D GO TO BED. Kach nlRlit for fjfty yearn or more, Torn daddy'd ro to bed, lio'd codio 'round tryln' every door From front hall to tlm shed, And then he'd lilow the cnrullo out And net It on tho bin, And, by find by, you'd hear hlrn shout: "Is everybody In?" And If It hnpponed ono of u YoUllfJ follcTH Htlll WIIM OUt, IIo'iJ walk nroun' and fret and funs And nay he had no doubt That Homcthln' had hclallcu in Or we'd fell Into nln, Uut when he'd hear our tnpnpln' fert lio'd Hay j "Thunk God you'ro In!" And now T rcclcon Iio'h up thar, Awaltln' day by day, To bid uh welcome from afar If wo Hhould go that way; Hut ono IhltiR'H ccrtnln, ho won't rest Until hlH Ultli and Icln Have panned tho porlalM of the bleat And all are withered In. St. LouIh Globe-Democrat. C"S'JJ3iH3..j)ijK5tj5jtgMjK$(jijijjH$)j.$j$ 1 RUSH TRAVERS' CAPRICE. I ,..-..-.. l & BY BELL. BLOSSOM. JxjK$itJiJjMjH$ity3x2x...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 July 1901

y a ' 'V X 4 art s Prir f" y NOT A VICIOUS CITY. Washington Compares Favorably with Other American Towns. Inndaj-CloHlntf I, aim Arc Observed by All ClnBnen of Society A Hint for CltlcciiB Who Iiove to Hlen Petition. Special 'Washington Letter. IT IS the undivided opinion of ex perienced army oflleers that the v enntcen should never have been tnken awny from army posts. Their opinion was not listened to before the law was passed abolishing the can teen; and now their views are even more pronounced, because of existing conditions in the army. An officer on the staff of the adjutant general recently said: "Gen. Corbin would never dream of telling' any school-teacher how to manage a public ehool. lie would never think of tell ing a preacher how to manage his church, or how to preach, lie would never offer to instruct a superior or ganist how to drill a choir, He would not be so absurd as tobffer to act as surgeon in place of the surgeon gen eral. But he knows how to manage the army, be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 July 1901

aai.mjjt1.TCTgrrirfieiH.'-V.''-irl .-...- AWWt.. I I 11 f il FAITH OF CHILD AND MAN. Little one, my llttlo one, Whrn Jlrat you walked nlone, "With rngcr trust you kept your hand Held out to grasp my own Toward mo was bent inch step you took, And by your anxious, jilendlnK l'ok Your fnlth was Bwcctly shown. Llttlo one, my little one, Since, you ure lurger rown, ForReltlnp to drptnd on me. You run about ulone "Yet when your little tniublos rlsr, -Ah, you return with tearful eyes, .And, my protection own. Ilttl one, my llttlo one, In weakness I nm prone To crnvc .His guidance, to depend Upon Ills love alone Hut when my rW ps grow firm I let Ity faith He slttpliiK and foisot All glory save my own. Llttlo onn, my little one, Your childish ways have shown That ( am weak, that 1 um still A child, though lurjKT nrown; In weal I boldly cope with men, In woe I turn to Hlfn ntfaln, Afraid to walk alone. -H. J2. Klser, In Chicago Iteccord-IIerald. aooooooooooooooooooooooooci Woolly Wisp j Bj Jo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 July 1901

y IGlWIUili) MH. BMAJN. Obio Democrats In Convention Re fused to Indorse Nebraska Man. txposimoii. POlfeAJSD SPJSESOr ANTnrS5E5t , X r- Even lit rictaro Wait Not Scon In the Hall Zlluyor Tom Johnson (Jot III Do- iiiumlti iiHortud lu tlio 1 jttform. Columbus, 0., July 11. The demo cratic Btnu convention convened liere Wednesday under peculiar cirenm Htanccs. All the more conservative elements had combined in the prelim inaries against the friends of Jbnyor Tom Johnson, but the combination was not maintained after the commit tees were selected. The contest was in the committee on resolutions and on both national and state issues. The Toil Johnson men won on their fa vorite views on state matters and the others on national issues. There is no reaffirmation of the Kansas City platform or any other platform. There is no mention of pre vious platforms or of Bryan. The subcommittee of seven that drafted the platform stood four to three in favor of the conservatives, but the full committee ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 July 1901

4 SS. i r $ ui( s 1 f lal 111 HIS WHIM- All list fillS. 13 Heat Cornell Hrriin. 'l'MtM (lood. Ums In tlmo. Hold jt (1ninidt. g f -f-liMH'liTlrAiMM (2r. ( W". Keeling, Ncninhn, Nebraska. Offico hi Koohng building, hocojhI door orth or AynoH linnlwnro Htoro. "PETER KERiCElt, Donlor In llighcHt market prioo paid forllidcB, Lard, Tallow, etc, .A.. L. STIJSHS, M. U. NEMAHA,' NEUR, Tondors his professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answored. Dr. Gaither's offico. 6 7 i E. A,. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All worlc gunrnntooil to kIvo MiitlHfaotlon "Wost of Oourt Houso 8quaro(So'Auburn,lTob The Nebraska Advertiser W. V. Sandkiih, publslier FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1001. For sale Commode, bedstead, bod springs and iiiatiresi, all neatly new. liKjuiro of L, II. Hattlos. STOPS THE COUCH AND WORKS OFF THE COLD. Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold In one day. No (hue, no J'ay. Ma .Birownville Locals JOHN A. HIATT, , Doaiorln and llnruess Supplies- NEMAHA, NEB...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 July 1901

EKrrm ' ur ?i -"iV Volume xlvi NEMAHA, NBJillASKAj FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1101. NUMUlMt fi 7fl I A B h if ! ri: it Local News Call on il for job work. Too hoi weather to ilo.mncn work. See III11 & Keeling for lire insurance Dr. V. t.oymour,.No. 1210 ISst., Lincoln, Neb. This weather i especially hard on old people and invalids. Croquet sots foranle by ihoEdwurds & Bradford Lumber Co. "- W Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. MiaaEva Able, of Peru, i's visiting her bititer, Mrs. NutoSedoras. David Frazier is making a new house but of the old one on his farm. Mr and Mrs Elmer E. Humbaugh returned trom Johnson Monday. E S. MoL'andle&s went to Beatrici Monday, returning Ihe next day. Best machine oil made for sale b Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. The old settlor picnic will be held rtt Nemaha Saturday, August 17th Fruit jars and fruit cans for sale b) the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co Flmer Brimble returned to Lincoln Monday, after a two weeks' visit at home. Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 July 1901

TttZZZtTZ! r-wrespv wmw& I 4'-1 I A-t .Wfc-VMCTWa' ' ' V y i !i M M ' : 1 !l I I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV, XV. HANDKItH, I'ulilUlior. NEMAHA, - - - NEUKASKA, ' i . i i , .n TOPICS OF THE DAY. Kmpcrnr Wllllnm l'lujn u I'lnlo, Kmperor Wililtim'H latest fncl Ih that of playing tho Hutu. Ho hnH been taking leHHoiiH on that iiiHlruinent and Ib jtiiiilaut over IiIh progress. 'I'll Ht Aulilniv Void. Work on the. gold mines In South Africa Ih opening up, but It will bo Home time before the llrltinii will fill tho aching void of $500,000,000 npcnt for war cxpenacH. Tlicy Arc All Sick. Lord Stanley, of (ho nritinh wnr of fice, nays there nra 251,000 troops in South Africa, of which number 14, 000 are Hick (phynlcnlly). Tho other 237,000 aro wielc of their job. ltd Kciuiomla Ailviinttmrpfi. Tho Chicago millionaire who linn de cided to go among his employes ami live as they do, thinks that scheme presents economic advantages over the plan of having men live- as ho docs. I'nyn tlio IlltrKC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 July 1901

3fc r'M I'M i 1 i .1 THE NEBRASKAADVERTISER XV. XV. HANI)i:it8, PultlUlior. NEMAHA, - - - NEMtASKA, TOPICS OF THE DAY. Emperor Wllllum l'layx n Fin to. Emperor Will linn 'h hiUmt fn1 Ih that of playing thu Hutu. Ho hn been faking k'HHonn on that liiHtrumunt and is jubilant ovur IiIh progroHH. That AiihliiK Volil. Work on tho gold minus In South Africa Ih opening up, but it will bo Home tlmo boforo thu Itrltlfth will fill tho aching void of $500,000,000 Kpent for war uxpuiiHCH. 'VUcy Are All Hick. Lord Stanley, of thn MritlHh war of fice, BnyH hcro aro 251,000 troops In South Africa, of which number 14, 000 aro wick (phynlcaUy). Tho other 237,000 aro nick of their job. Mil I'roiiorulc AilvtoittiKCft. Tho Chicago millloualro who ban de cided to go among IiIh omploycH and live an they do, thlnlcH that Hchcmo prcHcntH economic advantages over Iho plan of having men Uvo as ho docs. I'nn tlio IlltfKrnt DIvIiIcihIn. A Now York paper says the biggest Industry in that Htato Is tho public nch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 July 1901

h i i V ' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. BANDEKS, Publisher. " NEMAHA, " - ' - NEBRASKA. THE SAFEST SAFETY WHEEL. tLtfe, my boy, la a ulcyclo path, Anil work la the wheel you should rldo If you would mount to the crest of tho hill And coast down tho other side. Just oil tho machlno with cheerfulness ( And seo that tho parts are In trim, Then straddle tho saddle and pedal on "With a ready, steady vim. .Don't start with a rush up tho hill of life Just pedal a medium gate; Jtemomber that those who "scorch" at first Are likely to finish late. Grasp tho handlo barB of tho wheel of work , With a Hrm hold not too tight! Then sit up straight, llko a man, and push Push for tho road that's right. "You may wabblo a bit, and punctures, too, May cause you to dismount, But plug up tho holes with smiles and pluck, They are the plugs which count. There are other makes of machines than "Work" There's the "Idle," tho "I.azy," tho "Rest" And host of others of tempting style, But the one called "Work"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 July 1901

U' I X t k ," V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. BANDERS, Publisher. ' NEMAHA, " - " - NEBRASKA. THE' SAFEST SAFETY WrJEEL. '.Life, my boy, Is a bicyclo path, And work is tlio wheel you should rldo If you would mount to the crest of tho hill And coast down tho other side. Just oil tho machine with cheerfulness t And sco that tho parts arc in trim, 'Then straddle tho saddlo and pedul on "With a ready, steady vim. .Don't start with a rush up tho hill of life .TiikL ninlnl it medium Kate: Remember that those who "scorch" at llrst Are likely to finish late. Grasp tho handle bars of tho wheel of work v With a llrm hold not too tight! 'Then Hit up straight, llko a man, and push Push for tho road that's right. "You may wabble n bit, and punctures, too, May cause you to dismount, But plug up tho holes with smiles nnd pluck, They aro the plugs which count. 'There arc other makes of machines than "Work" There's the "Idle," tho "Lazy," tho "Rest" And host of others of tempting style, But the on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 July 1901

4 14i'MV J .U'BjItH'ffltfl1 '4f5ffl JC4j. .. B flJB !-W- 'H M i ' ti 1! F'li 1 .U ri '4 2( ltd i j N l I'l R l'S THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' W. W. HANDKItS, t'ublUlier. NEMAHA, - - - NEBBASKA. REMEMBERING THE DEAD. On tho otlior sido of tho Btrcnm Tlmt HtcnlM by thlB earthly shore. I know Unit our loved ouch love ub Btlll, Just iih they loved of yoro. Tlicy curry tin In their thoniflitu, Thoy Hpcnk of um when they meet, .And over and over tho troth of old Utiles with them warm and sweot. O patient and ronnlimt dead, Whom bo easily wo put hy, Who fade away from our InmoHt thoughts Ah tho stars fade out of tho Hlcyl Wo ptt them bo far away, Wo hldo them ho deep with pod; Wo think of them Hiiatehed to 'tho thcHt Hlar Abhooii uh they'ro tinder tho nod. far- Ah mcl It Ih pitiful ho, Dear lovers, mo leal and near, Aye. proHHlnu your faces lumlnnt the pates Of our heart h and wo will not heart O, friend, when our saluted dead 1'ftHH over that titiHeon line, They fly not far, to a forelun lan...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 July 1901

'.! .V .' t',n r I Pi THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER .ili,ml..i..ill.ii. W. W. 8ANDKKH, IMinlUlier. NEMAHA, - " - NISD11ASICA. REMEMBERING THE DEAD. On thft other nldo of tlio ntrcnm Tlmt HtcntH by thin earthly nhore, I know Hint our loved onoH lovo ub still, JuBt nu they loved of yoro. They curry ub In their thought, Thoy Hpeak of u when they meet, Anil over nnd ever tho troth of old Hides with them warm und uwcot. O patient nnd ronntnut dead, "Whom ho piiHlly wo put hy, Wlio fade away frorh our ItimoHt thoughts Ah tho HtitrH fndo out of tho nicy! Wo put them no far away, Wo hldo them ho deep with CJodj Wo think of thorn (mulched to 'the far thest Htnr Ahhooii uh thoy'ro under tho nod. Ah incl It In pitiful ho, Uear lovers, ho leal and near, Ayo, preHflliiK you" faces HKnliiHt tho patos Of our heartH and wo will not hear! O, friends, when our sainted dead fans over that unHccn lino, They Hy not far, to u foreign land, They dwell In your land and mine. A land that no flro can hum, No eleme...

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

in .ir .mi - .wowatotn" ' r. t leJMU?- I V 11 i-. , iM J' If I K - i t t,v "ft 1. f r -v, ! V.' h -; I- 2 ! ? WW- ' ' K f 1 NEVER IS LONESOME. President McKinlcy Know3 How to Attract People. linn Unherodrln.an ,I3ra of Oooa Feel ln Which Ha Hnl No Counter part Since the Uayn ot Pres ident Monroe. Special Washington Letter. 44f" HAVE no doubt of the result; JL and when I am in the white house I will not be a lonesome president." Thus spoke Maj. McKinley on the lawn beside his house in Canton, O., on the afternoon of the Sunday following the nomination of Mr. Brynn in July, 1800. Sitting under a tree with Con gressman Apslcy, of Massachusetts, and another friend, Bmoldng ufter dinner cigars, Maj. McKinley quietly made that statement which was then a prediction. Now it is a historic fact. The gentlemen were adverting to the fact that of the leading men of the po litical party which Grover Cleveland twice led to success, very few were in the habit of calling at the white house. No unkin...

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