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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 July 1901

--. -yfrfwS"1 "' '''-W-1w.to Ln,t.rMinM:WM 4 1 V t 1 t ,;' 1 I', j$ It 5fif I $? X x I IT ill '- as i IT ' . k KBVEll IS LONESOME. President McKinley Knows How to Attract People. Han Uhcrcd.I.n,an',Er of Good Feel inn Which linn Hud No Connter imrt Since theUayn of Pres ident Monroe. tSpednl "Washington Letter. LCX HAVE no doubt of the result; I tint! when 1 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. Bryan in July, 1800. Sitting under a Irco with Con gressman Apslcy, of Massachusetts, and another friend, smoking after dinner eigars, 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 unkind word had b...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 July 1901

.MWjriiraJMv.-J '' ;. .. t, -c FEEDING LEAVES TO CATTLE. TO SUPERINTEND DRAWING. PARDON AllORNEY'o ttuum MOiiT EXrENSiVE OF ALL. NO bHIP SUBSIDY. i" ftearclty of Wntnr In Nortliimnlurti MlitNourl Said l Ho Working Ureal llurUtil on Farmers and i.lvn Mtook. St. Paul, Minn., July 21. H. 0. Ann--tttrong, n prominent stockman of Mis souri, arrived hi Ht. Paul mid con ferred with tho general freight de partment of tho Onmlin riiilwiiy with n view of arranging for I he Hhlpmenl f trahilouds of stock from his country to the grass district of northnrti Wis--cousin. Ho told hoiuu plllfnl laleB.of the. conditions in his neighborhood, "vbqrc, lio Bald, water is ho scarce as to command u high price. Ho related -one liiKlunce where a farmer owning 125 hend of cattle paid a neighbor, "who was fortunate enough to have n pom!, $10 for watering hlH stock onco. Other farmerH, he Haid, arc cutting flown trccH that their Ktock may cat the Iciivck. The tock ralHerH find It cheaper to hip the cattle to n...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 July 1901

J a V m : X y 4 atiiiiiiiinuimiiuiiijumiiiiiiiunmiimmuiuiiiiuiiuiimimmnniiiiiiiiiiitMiiu.Mg 1 THE BEST NEWS afmTmTiffiitiitftiiMHn??vnHHHTFftnfmniHHifinTnufntw?mTTnmmTTTTTTmTiK Tree (innrvrit ruin HcnolutlotiN. The Nebraska Horticultural Hocicty held and InlcrcKting session nt Kear- ney last week. Ex-Gov. Furnas spoko on Nebraska nB u fruit-growing state, Htating that heretofore NcbraHka took first prize at every exhibition, but of late its fruit growers had become cnrelefiH and the tree and fruit Insects had' possession of the best orchards. J. Sterling Morton sent n letter of regret, but lie wrote a strong letter, urging the planting of trees, especially the pine( which started a discussion that ended in favor of the pine tree. Willinm L. Hall, of Washington, as sistant superintendent of tree plant ing, United States department of agriculture, read a paper. He Raid the forestry department Is making in vestigations covering 12 states. Its work in Nebraska will cover 10,000,000 acre...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 July 1901

f tf t"ii""j TC? l I' M ., liUKU WHtHl ALL USt (AILS. Kl IlCBt CoilKll Bjrup. TWICS UOtMl. CrJ In tlnio. Pnln iirdrnpRlntn. r. c. W: Keeling, Noiimlm, Ncbrnskn. Office in Kooling building, nocoiul door orth of AynoH linnlwiiro Htoro. PETER KERKEli, Dealer In J Highest market price paid for Hides, Lard, Tallow, etc, jl. L. stiers, jvt. r. NEMAHA, NEBR, Tonders his professional services to the citizons of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaithers office. 6 7 I B. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Ail work gunrAntood to give natlsfactlon , West of Court House Square,8o-Atiburn,Neb JOHN A. HIATT, Dealer lr HA.JRWEJSS and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA IBbN J. H. SEID, Breeder of Thoroughbred Poland China Farm ono and ono-half miles south r, west of Nemaha. THOS. W. HIATT, , Proprietor of the Liveryft Feed Stable NEMAHA, NIBE. Good Dray in connection with Llvory Satisfaction guaranteed. Republican Jr., 29348 Standard and registered. Sired by Republican, 2:10&; dam, 8a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 August 1901

i - r r -CVVLX A eftne NEMAtiA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AtGUST l!K)l. Mmbek e Volume xlvi I ir & Heifilka 1 lata y h Looal News More rain Is needed. Cull on hp for job work. Next coined the old pett'.ers picnic. Nemaha now' has two livery stables. See Hill & Keeling for Ore Insurance ' 13. It. Knapp has rented the Coons IlOIISO. Dave Thompson left for Oklahoma Mondaj. The drouth was broken Sunday morning. ',-. Several more houses could be rented in 'Nemaha. Dr. W. I. Seymour, No. 1210 Kat, j jjincoin, amu- ; See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing atfd Dry Goods. Church Howe will be at the old set tlers picnic at Nemaha August 17. Best machine oil made for sale by Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. I, i The old BKtlerrt' picnic will be held ut Nemaha Saturday. August 17th. Fruit jars and fruit cans for sale by tho Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Do not forget that the Auburn Chau tauqua opens the evening of Aug. 17. The Champion baud has been en gaged for. tho old settlers ...

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

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V. SANOKKS, I'nlillslicr. NEMAHA, - - - NBI1KASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. To lie Kxpcctml. SJnco annexing a slice of Uw tropica to tho mainland It is not surprising Unit a ohunlc of troplont weather should pay tin tin nffcctjoimto visit. 'I'Jio Humor of Fntc. By the liiunor rntlicr thnn the irony of fate, the Youngors hnve been em ployed to Bell tombstone!), for which In their earlier daya they created a demand. In Honor of Ocn. MIotMim. An equestrian statue In honor of the late Maj. Gen. Henry W. Slocnm will be erected by the state of New York this summer on the Gettysburg battlefield. . Cotmldcrnlily Itlafltrnrnl. Tho movement Inaugurated by the National Educational association to make corn our national llower linn re ceived something of a setback within tho past few weeks. Former Colleuiruo of Ulnlne. Nathan Church, a man of Bcholarly attainments and tho colleague of Jllaine in tho Maine legislature, is now working ns street cleaner in Min neapolis at a sal...

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

v ' v f' tf? .r:. M E w. rmj . . irijK K " W4 uuiuuuuuiiuiiaijuuaiiuuuuunuiijiuiiuuuuuauuiiauuiiuaiuiuuuuuuuw THE BEST NEWS TmmnimnnmnmnnnnnmmnmTnnnimmnmnmnnnmfmnnTTmmnmmiB Cnn't Outwit Mr. HciuiIiik. City Treasurer A. II. Hennings, of Omaha, will be collecting taxes from dcml men next. He levied upon n tombstone factory and has an entire family of monuments which ho will sell nt reduced rates. There are baby tombstones and tombstones for adults in the treasurer's catch, bhafts sur mounted by angels and pedestals em bellished with German, French, Bo hcmhin and other inscriptions arc in the possession of Mr. Hennings. The most exacting can find no fault with 1he assortment. A few choice wreaths of steel immortelles, some castlron Hhcaves of wheat, several broken stringed harps and enough metal palm branches to equip a Grecian bal Jct are also being cared for by the treasurer's assistants. The grew somo wares are the property of A. Bnumelster, who has a factory at the corner of Eighte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 August 1901

KflK3&$C Wvw fff. tMs -r- . AW n irtpwqr - m J j i! :i SiOflY - Ji'Ia Vjin J 1 'JT.fc. 45- V--V I V "" B . rl H VfiSs&"' I SI Hill' v&mj p iuvl r pM. cv Copyrighted, 1900, by the J. CHAl'TJSIl I. The long ."June dny was drawing to Its close. Hot niid strong tlio slant ing sunbeams beat upon 11m grimy rooffl o tlio train and threw dis torted BhadoWH over the Hand and page brush that stretched to the far horizon. Dense and choking, from beneath the whirring wheels, the dust clouds rose in tawny billows that enveloped thu rearmost, coaches nnd, mingling with thu black smoke of thu "double-header" engines, rolled away in thu dreary wake. Eust and west, north and south, far mi thu eye could reach, hummed by low, dun-colored ridges or sharply outlined crests of remote mountain range, In lifeless desolation, the landscape lay outspread to thu view. Southward, streaked with v white fringe of alkali, the lint monotone of sand iind ashes blended with thu flat ter, flawless surface...

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

wV COMING MEN. A. dreaming schoolboy of to-day Wished Tlmo mlcht turn the other wny, And bring the quaint, olu-fashloncd rule When wise Den Franklin went to school, And And the clever schoolboys, too, That Franklin, Jay and Adnms know. He wished 1i!h school days had begun With Marshall and with Jefferson; For they wero boys. Time heard him say, Worth making friends of, any day. Old Father Time looked kindly down, And smiled away the dreamer's frown. "How do you know," said he, "that they Were wiser than the boys to-day? " How do you know, my lad, but ypu Already know a boy or two Of sturdy brain and steady eye, Who shall bo Franklins by and by? Or others, quick to take tho lead, Who may be Adamses, lndeod? How many boys you know and seo Shall Otisee and Marshalls be? "Who knows? Your c6mrado, lator on, May bo another Washington. So, fear you not, at school or play, To greot the boys that llvo to-day, As the proud lads you wished to know, 'Who lived a hundred years ago." Frank Wnlcot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 August 1901

A GIIEAT UNIVERSITY Its Foundation Earnestly Advocat ed by George Washington. Pnri Tnhcii by tho I.nle .Senator Kyle In Carrying Out the DlKlntcr- esteil WInIicn of thr Kutlicr of 111m Country. Special WoshlnBton Letter. THH Into Senator .James JI. Kyle, of South Dnkotn, was quietly aiul uiiosti'iitatlously engaged In seeking to promote legislation for a truly national univcrHity, such as "WashingUm contemplated. He formu lated and Introdueed a bill six years ago, providing for a national univer sity, with thousands of students, with buildings that shall eclipse the new llbrury, set in the midst of a beauti ful and spacious campus, with re sources practically unlimited, and with all the treasures collected here at the command of graduates of the ".highest colleges. The plan for a national university originated in the patriotic mind of the first great American general and statesman who Is honored with the namo Father of his Country. Ho ob served that American youth of parts and menns...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 August 1901

0 y- :h M ' Slranec, Ia'nt Itt "Queer she never got mnrrlcd. She's so capable nnd resourceful a woman sp earnest and forceful." "Is she?" "Oil, yes, indeed. She's tho kind of a woman who can look out for her self. Why, she knocked a man down once when he tried to flirt with her, she took a horsewhip to a fellow who spoke of her in a derogatory manner and she drove n peddler four blocks with a mop." "Yes, yes," he returned, thought fully; "it is strange that no onecver Iiub seemed to want her for a wife, isn't it?" Chicago Tost. UcKliiiiInK to Ilotllit. "Do you believe in the study of the dead languages?" "I used to bo devoted to the class ics," answered the thoughtful look ing man. "But I have lately begun to wonder whether it wasn't a mis take to spend so much time on Latin and Greek, instead of studying slang, so that wc may bo ablo to clearly un derstand the conversation of our contemporaneous fellow man." Washington Star. Secret of It. "Why do you go away for the sum mer? You ha...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 August 1901

..-... , -- 7P J ' -fV" " " ,AMmW r- - -44 J-AJ 4-(h-Ji -4 .,jy . -v-Tr1- V- K' ' EMalirfMSMIHrlaMafiflrl M , UURtS WHtHt AIL USt MILS. KJ Host CourIi Bjrup. Tauten Good. CD In llmo. Hold or rtniMldlo. Uso Qr. . W. Keeling, Ncmnha, Nebraska. Of fico in Kooling building, Hccoml door orth of AyncH hnnhvnro Hloro. ' PETER KERKElt, Dealer In MEATS HighcHt umrkot price paid for Hides, Liird, Tallow, etc, -A.. Xj. stibes, jvr. u. NEMAHA, NEIMt, Tenders his professional sorviccs to tho citizens of Nomaha and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaithor's office. 6 7 I R. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work Kunrnntuori to lvo nUlnnictlon Wost of Oourt Houbo Stpiaro,8o'Auburn,Nob JOHN A. HIATT, Dualor iti HARNESS and Harness Supplies NEMAHA. NEJiUASKA J. H. SEID, ( Ilroedor of Thoroughbred Poland China Fnrm one nnd one-half miles south west of Nemaha. E. II. KNAPP '' Proprietor of tho Livery& Feed Stable , ' NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in ccimootion with Livory Satisfaotioa guaranteed. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 August 1901

i ;5 S (JLsASAAst't :fk V ",: :$ -1 taeffi VOLUME XL VI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1801. NUMBER 7 i-jj'ifgvfii let jiewifia I J, , r A Local jSTews Cool nights. Call on us for job work. Picnic Saturday of next week. See the advertisement of C. A. Lord. Seo Hill & Keeling for tire insurance Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1110 Ost., Lincoln, Neb. , Miss Helen Hoover went to Lincoln Saturday of last week. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods.' Church Howo will be at tlie old set tlers picnic at Nemaha August 17. Boat muchino oil made for Bale by Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Tho old settlers' picnic will be held at Nemaha Saturday, August 17th. Fruit jars and fruit cans for sale by tho Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Do not forget that the Auburn Chau tauqua opens tiie evening of Aug. 17. Have your watches and clocks re paired by a competent jeweler at Battles'. Tho Advertiser and tho St, Louis Globe Democrat both one year for only SI. 75. Tom Hlatt st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 August 1901

--,- w - -.!' T V irTf - ." "- ?v rV). THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER YV. W. HANIHIKS, I'uMlnlicr. . NEMAHA, - NETIKASKA 44Hs&w 1901 AUGUST. 1901 4 o 4$$4$i$$'m$$$$44$H&$$$$ TOPICS OP THE DAY. (Srmrliiir I.nrgcr All tlio Time. Hvory lime lho CliIno.su dobt is re aiinoiiiicod the amount Ih miitcrfcilly inurciiHcd ami lliu linio of payment ux luiidcd 11 few yeurH. I'oHtority will liavc to do Home elover llnunuk'rliig in behalf of China. Atlinlriil I)(nv(,,' lli(Miri1. Admiral Dewey will go down Into. hfHtory an the man who wiib in com mnnd during two great naval buttloB the buttle of Manila and this Saihp son-Schley cnirngumenl, which Ih to 1nko place In WiiHhington In Septem ber. Too I'oor to Ituy I' urn It tire. (Tov. Oecr, of Oregon, has again re fused the offer of a number of his ad mirers to buy him an executive man nlon. "I am too poor to accept it," ho says. "I am living comfortable in tho house I rent, and to buy a fine house for me to furnish would be laying too heavy a burd...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 August 1901

v-jf r- p" V X Y 4. A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ...I.. !! III.M W. W. SANDI2KS, Publisher. tfEMAHA, " - " - NEBRASKA. HER JOHN. My John don't so where the groat folks bo, Out the way he goes Is the way for mo, An' the sweetest flowers in that way I sco Forever. My John uln't rich ns the world counts gold, Hut his lovo for mo, since the days of old, Is all the riches my arms would hold Forever. Sorrow Is frequent, an' troubles tnrong, An' the wor'd goes right, an' the world goes wrong, Hut our huarts arc slngln' the same sweet song Forever. An' hope Is ours, an' faith we'll keep, Whother we smile, or whether wo weep, ""Till under tho lilies of Lovo we nlecp Forever. F. L. Stanton, In Atlanta Constitution. I My Friend, the Doctor I ! I $ By James T. Sullivan. "TTELLO, Frank,1 wns Tom Acton's greeting, as he entered Ather ton's apartments one evening. "I called to have that theater party of ours postponed for a few weeks." "Can't do it," answered Atherton. "I've already invited the girls...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 August 1901

BBVWtPft1? l f J frWa56 paMMnrM -( N . t THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDISItH, PublMlior. NEMAHA, "I - ' - NEHHASKA. THE MAN WHO WORRIED. "Oh, If I might put grief away And hid adieu to enrc," The man who worried hIbIipu, ono duy, "Tho world would he ho falrl But pencil avoids my yearning breast, Arid hniiplntKH goes by Ah, Minll 1 over llnd tho rest I long for oro 1 die?" "Why grlcvo?" tho migu who heard re- pucu; "IIos not your toll availed? Tho ones you love aro by your Hide, Whero have your efforts fulled? 1 eo around you luxurlcH That many i man would deem Tho rich and tcxtful properties Of fcomo onchuntlng dream." "My efforts havo been fairly paid, My worn ara not alono From errors I mynolf havo made, Of chances that aro flown Hut them's my neighbor! Day by dny IIo mounts his fortuneH grow How can I drive my gloom away Whllo ho outstrips mo so?" 8. E, Klser, In Chicago Tlmes-Ifcrald. CopyrlKht: J, 1900, by the J. I). Llpplncott Co. CHAPTICH I. Continued. Only ono man of thu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 August 1901

V I1 'I I j - ifr iii,r R A; d.. IN NORTH ARKANSAS A Vast District of Undeveloped Mineral Resources. What the Shipment of the Flrnt Cnr of Ore Proved Hnllrontl Xow Ucnuhen the Center of the HckIoii. (Speclnl Eureka Springs (Ark.) Letter.) PEHIIAPS no region within the Mississippi basin hns conic into such prominent and general no tice in so short a time ns has that of the North Arkansas mineral field. While much has been written about its wealth and resources, it has, hith erto, been written in the future tense But with the opening of the St. Louis & Northern Arkansas rail road to Harrison, on the border of the mineral region, and in the very vortex of action, prophecy will no longer serve. Promise founded upon contingency and speculation upon surmise must now give way to cold facts. Actual demonstration, for which the people have anxiously waited for years, 1ms now begun. The first car of ore, crir bonito from the Almy mines, has been loaded at Harrison and shipped to the smelt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 August 1901

5S5,'T?t55?!vt-'g' iwn1p.-uirft"'''wit'jfea,"",! .--: . ,r-""- cr - ' -..S3CXW5K.., - JK? Y I THE BEST NEWS SiirpliiN Product Shipped. During tlio yonr 1000 surplus .products wore nlilpjiufl by tlio rail- ;routln from tlio various counlluK 1" Ne- .braska, valued as follows: Corn, $21,- 207.:i81.57; wheat, .$10,01)5,820.82: oats, $3,070,121.7:15 barley, $200,481.20; rye, .$532,430.10; Hour, $1,870,331.75; mill feed, $3511,870; liny, $1,00.1,350; straw, $23,035; cattle, $34,219,800; hogs, $37,- (515,070; sheep, $3,221,508; liorHOH and imilus, $1,250,830! Hvo poultry, $2,859,- fi7(); dressed poultry, $181,501.14; eggs, ($1,870,875; but tor, $2,350,002,12; choose, .$11,305.50; apples, $30,700; peaches, $30,112; grapes, $20,848; miscellaneous fruit, $100,113.32; colory, $23,305.57; vegetables, $82,234.08; potntocs, $205,-. 504; wool, $57,122; bonoy, $153.75; ljilclc, $202,827.50; flro clay, $23,085; berries, $77,805. l)en(h of lYotnrlmiN "Womiiii t'nnvlet. Mrs. Bfllo Crnkall, Hontenccd t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 August 1901

V y A ' ALREADY A CITY. Place of 7,000 People Springs Up on the Lawton Townsite. BIuRhroom Growth SurpnMcn Anything Kvt itnmvn In tho Territory Wnnlilnis- tun Ofllcluls Think S.000 Wlio Drew Olnliuit Will Not Fllo on Thorn. El Kcno, 0k.N, Aug. 3. After the lost of the 13,000 names were drawn from the wheels Inst night, the great boxes containing the unlucky namea were taken to a colored schoolhouse on the west side of town. There the work of drawing was continued, but no record other than numbering the en velopes and notifying the owner of will be drawn l'rnm now on. The streets here are lined with prairio schooners huleu with household goods and arc all hended south. The estimate is made by a govern ment official that in each land district 1,000 of the 0,500 numbers will not bo taken in the 00 days, because of homesteaders who will bo disqualified or who will leave the country, believ ing their claims to bo worthless. This will leave only 5,500 personB who will make entry in their ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 9 August 1901

i ? i y yv"-. rfMyw. ww Wt .. UUKtS WHIRL ALL LLSL JAILS. licet CoukIi Hjnip. Twites Uuori. in mno. coin (r cirutWMK. IHslIi!JfilslulIIBHa r. W$. T Keeling, Neiunlin, Nobrnslcn. Officojn Koolinjj building, nccond door orth of AynoH linrdwiiro Htoro. PETER KEKKJEtt, Dealer In zmzze-ats HigliCHl mnr1ct price paid for Hides, Lard, Tnllow. etc, .A., r,. STIE1HS, m. r. NEMAHA, NEMt, Tenders his professional services to tho citizons of Nomaha and vicinity. 'All calls answorod. Dr. Gaitlior's office 6 7 i H. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All worlc guaranteed to gtvo HiitlBfiictloti '.Woat of Oourt IIouso Sfiuarc,Bo'Auuuni,Nou n m "''" I i ii ... in, i ii i .-.ii m JOHN A. HIATT, Dunlor 1 1 and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEHItASKA J. H. SEID, Ilrroilor of Tlioroughbrcd Poland Ohina ; ZE3IOC3-S Farm ono and one-half miles Bouth wost of Nomnlia. E. II. KNAPP Proprietor of the Liveryft Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Gcod Dray in connection with Livory 1 Satisfaction guarantoed. ASK YOUR GROCER F...

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