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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 August 1901

t ' ty ??U- V&K ,' "I - J "V rf - , t, .. if Pit SPOUTERS AEE RARE. But Suckers Arc Plentiful in the Texas Oil Country. Uow Gullible Fortune Seeker Are Robbed by Greedy Adventur ersThe Illcc Field of the Gulf Const. Special Beaumont (Tex.) Letter. 1 A NEWLY discovered oil Held, like n mining camp, attracts three classes of people: The capital ist, the business man and the adven turer, or shark, who comes without uy particular object In view, but re lying upon his natural shrewdness to tuke advantage of the many who are seeking opportunities for investments. Seized with the idea that a fortune awaits whoever may come, many leave good positions for an uncertainty. They may have no capital, but they have a vague idea that all they have to do is to come where there is plenty of money and things are "lively." It is this class that furnishes the dark side to a prosperous new oil field or min ing camp. Nor does the capitalist al ways fare well. He is game for the fihark and the adventu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 August 1901

""k4.4,2i JWflMNPWWWWTSFl3 ggrrr' omwiwfcwnjfx'wfv'i SKSHW. -" stiiJiiy.'iiiihUUDumiiiiiauiiuuiuiuiiuuuuuuiiJiuiiUiiJiuuuimuuuuiiiiuauje THE BEST HEWS fnnnnnmTnmmnnnnTinnnnTTTTTTnmTnnTTTTnnnnnnnnnrTmmiTTTrmnnnnK (Ircnter Intci-cxt In Irrigation. Tlui dry wenlher of .Inly and the resultant damage to crops In Hcwral ncctioiiH of I he Htate have caused Xc braHldt fanners to display renewed in-Icri-Ht, in tho subject of irrigation. State Engineer OohHon Iimh received many upplleationH for water rlghtH along tlio I'lattc river and inquiries are being made dally at t lit irrigation olllee relative to mutliodH of lmlng water for irrigation purposes. Mr. Dobsou Ih eneonmglng InveHtigatlotiH of this Hiibjeet ami all applications (lied at IiIh olllee are receiving prompt attention. The Htate hoard of irriga tion Iiiih .jiiriHdietion over (lowing HtreaniK only and it. ean do nothing more than UHHlst thoHe who wIhIi to use -.well water for irrigation. Sev eral successful HyKteniH depending en t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 August 1901

X V PEEE SILVER WINS. Bryan's Friends in Iowa Democratic Convention in the Majority. Ainfil Much Conftnlon tho Knna.nn City l'Jutforin Vw Iiidorxod by 110 Mnjnr- Ity TIioiiiim J. I'lnlllpt, of Ottumwn, Nutnliintcd for Uovornor. Des Moines, In., Aug. 22. Democrats of Iowa In state convention yesterday nominated the following ticket: Gov ernor, Thomas J. Phillips, of Ottum wa; lieutenant governor, 0. K. Fergu son, of Logan; judge of the supreme court, John Shortley, of Dallas coun ty; Bur rintendcnt of schools, W. P. Tohnsoii, of Carroll; railroad commis sioner, A. C. Bricc, of Bedford. The platform reaffirms tho national plat form adopted in 1000 at Kansas Clfy and contains a plank on state issues demanding reform in taxation laws, repeal of the mulct liquor law and en actment of a local option law. The chief contest in tho convention was on the adoption of the plotform. The struggle began in the district caucus held before tho convention as sembled in the morning. The anti silver fo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 August 1901

-7 .N. Trz i i i Ml UUKtS WntHl ALL Ki Hcrt Cough Syrup. T luitoa Uootl. (2- & W. Keeling, Noinalm, Nebraska. Office In Keating building, rocoihI door orth of Aynos' Iianlwnro nloro. "peter kerkek, Denier in IligliCBt marlcol prico puid for lliclcB, Lard, Tallow, etc, .A.. L. BTIE3ES, JVT, X. NEMAHA, NEI3R, Tondors his professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaithor's office. 6 7 i JOHN A. HIATT, Dealer hi HARNESS and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA E. II. KNAPP Proprietor of tlio Livery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Gcod Dray in connoction with Livory Satisfaction" guaranteed, Notioo for Hoaring Claims. Ill i tlio County Court or Noninlnt county, Nol). In tlio iimtlor of tlio uHtule or Hlnion (lorn: wer, deooaHod. Nntleoliliorby Klvoti Hint tlio court linn niado mi order limiting tliotlnio forerodltora to lllll ClllllllH RR.tlllHl Hllltl lIuUCHHOd tO HlX iiioulliH rrom tho23tli duy or Honlaniuor. 10CI. unit that Novombor mil, 100...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 September 1901

'W1' WMl -" tr " n "CT "' " , ' 'A u ., si x A . j i LfAJyiA& jteflile V i v.. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FltiDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1001. VOLUMB XL VI NUMBER U '"'TIM-'' f MM ; ir w 5J ' 4 1 , 4; v . f" 1 ,4 M JLocal 1ST ews Oil for a good rain. Still dry and dusty. Call on ua for job work. Picnic at Hrownvlllo Sept. 7. See Hill & Keeling for fire insurance G. W. Shlveley ia selling some fine peaches. Irvln Hadlock returned to St. Joo Monday. Miss Martha Curtis visited Auburn Inst Friday. Elmer Bumbaugh baa built a barn on bin place. Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1110 O at. , Lincoln, Neb. Blind Boono will be at Nemaha October 10th. J, J . Noah is now the publisher of the Shubert Citizen. The Advertiser and the Chicago In ter Ocean for $1.40 O. A. Lord, of Shubert, gave us a pleasant call Thursday. John Colerlck came lu from Johnson Mouday to put up poaches. Emery Howe went to Poru Monday to attend the Normal school. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. Claud Scott is im...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 September 1901

I 4 U THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKKH, IMibllnlior. NEMAHA, "- - - NEIIItASKA. ytA &P4H4G&t$&&M-&i TOPICS OP THE DAY. It In IIIkIiI)' I'rofKtililc. An InvcHtment of $4,773,084 In Irri gation in Nebrnnku provided wnter for 2,000,000 ncroH and Iuih InercuHcd tlio value of the land $17,000,000. All bin lory hax taught that irrigation in highly profitable. Worth All tlio Tronlilc. An esteemed Ohio exchange notes tho arrival In that state of MIhh Hytsur G. Jamgochian, a heantlful Armenian young woman, who hna eomo 7,000 miles to marry her lover, a Mr. Aa rian. It is wortli traveling nil that distance, perhaps, to have such a name chunged. All Look Alike to I.omloiicrN. Inquiry at tho leading hotels of London respecting the color line In connection with tho International Methodist enurch council brings out tho uniform reply: "We absolutely will not disL.-lminato against negroes. All rcHpcetablo Americans, black and white, are tho Baino to lis." Tho American Knco....

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

h .', J,."- ' Mi I . 4- :i .. ' v m m A THE DEED OF A EIEND Hiss Maud Henderson Assaulted and Murdered Near Warrensburg, Mo. The Crime Wn Comnitttoil by n Nccro Named Wiley Jb'raiiclft, to lioso Nluknniuo is "JIomhIo" Slob Scouring tliu Country for tho itruto. Warrensburg, Mo., Aug. 20. Wiley Francis, a negro, whose nickname was -'llossle," outraged and murdered .Miss Maud Henderson, a highly-re-tspectcd young woman, nt the home of her brother-in-law, W. C. Hyatt, 14 miles northwest of Warrensburg, nt six o'clock Tuesday evening. Francis was employed by Hyatt bb u farm hand. The family was away al "the time, with the exception of the victim, who had remained to prepare uppcr. Tho outrage and murder oc curred in the kitchen and wan not discovered until the family returned an hour later. They found Miss Hen derson lying in her own blood. She had been assaulted and Bhot through the head. The bullet had entered tho back of her head and came out in front. The woman was not quite lcad. As...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 September 1901

I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER 1 1 AV. XV. HANOnit.S, Publisher. NEMAHA, - ' - NEBHASKA, THE ONE SWEET WAY. ("And cities seemed strange, and tho wild ways songlcss. A glory had depart ed from them; but tho world was beauti ful with memories.") I may not sing, 1 may not -ay What beauty In this Ufa may be; In Hfo thero woh ono way for mo Ono bright and beautiful, sweet way. Mine was a little world of Brace; Tho mcudowH had one margin sweet, Tho cltlcH had ono splendid Htrcct That ltd mo to Lovo's dwelling placo. O'er them wero nrched sercnest skies, Though wintry winds swept hill nnd plain Though all tho world was mist and rain, And sometimes rain w.as 'round my eyes. I know earn flower, with heart'astlr At the red promlso of tho May, And If ono wild rose barred tho way I boro It on my breast to her. As nearer still tho lovc-llghts gleamed I heard, far down tho splendid street, Tho rusllo of tho curtains sweet That laced tho lattice whero sha dreamed. And when tho meadow-lands wero gray, W...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 September 1901

V J i ii V t" 7 & it v A it if A AN ADJUSTABLE DAM. Temporary Structure Tlmt Cnn De Quickly Put In I'lncc niul Ilc- jnovcil tin Quickly, In the Irrigated sections of the west, where ditches arc supplied with water from mountain streams and near their sources, it is very frequently neces sary to build dams which can be quick ly put in place and as quickly removed. In the spring1 the melting snows con vert the tiniest brooks into torrents which no dam of aught save the most solid masonry can withstand. Under the tremendous pressure which these torrents exert, the temporary struc tures would stand the strain long enough to back up the water in the. s etrenm for a distance, and then go out. with a rush. The water loosed from restraint rushes down, carrying out headgntcs and filling ditches with rock, sand and refuse, and frequently caus ing such damage as to prevent any irri gation for that season. In sections where these conditions prevail, the following suggestion for a temporary ...

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

UJiuiiuuiiuuiiuiJummiJiiiiiiuiiuuiiiiiiuuiiUiiiiiiiiuuujiiiuuiiuiiuiiiiiijiiiiB I THE BEST NEWS OP NEBRASKA. BrmfTnTfnnnnTTmTnnnnnTTTmnnnnirnrTnnnnnnnrfnTTnrrniTTTrTnnnnnnTmnK .NIiiIImIIcs or IWhrnxhii. A bullet In issued by the census bu iciiu gives the school, inllltlii, voting ami foreign-born population of Ne braska aH follows: There arc In (lie h1 ate 380,381 persona of school age, "between f, mid 20 years. Of tills mini bcr 10,",012 tire native white males and 101,7:18 native while females; H,.1I8 me foreign white inale.s ami 8,120 foreign wlilte femnleii. There are Hfi.'l male and 1)28 negro females of school age in the Hlate ami 5$0 males and (1.1 1 .femaleH of other colored races, In eluding Chlnee, JapaneHe and In dlaiiH. The aggregate iiiiiIvh of mill tin age In the state, is 2:i5,.W2, of whleh 179,100 are native white, 5:5,070 foreign whiteH, 2,010 negroes and 723 other colored.' The males of voting age number 301,000, of whom 200,802 nre native whites, 00,025 foreign wh...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 September 1901

w 'fa X 3 ; A fv ""Wn"- V i P 4 4 1 A PE-RU-NA AVERTS DANGER In That Critical Time When a Girl Becomes a Woman. ;; MISS BESSIE KELLOG. ; Miss Bessie Kcllog, President of tho Young Woman's Club, of Valley Olty, North Dakota, writes the following from First street, South, Valley City, North Dakota: " Ever since I matured I suffered with severe monthly pains. The doctor did not seem to understand what tho trouble was and the medicine he pre' scribed from time to time did not help me. He finally suggested that I have an operation. One of my friends who had been cured of a similar affliction through tho use of Peruna, advised mo to give it a trial first, and so I used It for three weeks faithfully. My pains diminished very soon and within two months I had none at all. " This Is six months ago, and dur ing that time I have not had an ache nor pain. I give highest praise to Pe runa. Every woman ought to use it, and I feel sure that It would bring per fect health. ' '-BESSIE KELLOQ. The exp...

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. — 6 September 1901

i, HIS WHIHf All f I M- fills. Ilet (fouKh HrriiD. Tn.tcn bowl. In tlmn. Hold try dnwHlntn. felIi!JM:UM2HU r. jg. TT. Keeling, Nemaha, Nobrnskn. Office jn KooHng building, kccoihI door orth of AyuoH' hardware store. PETER KEllKEli, Dcalor In Highest market prico paid for Hides, hard, Tallow, etc, A.. L. STIEKS, JVT. D. NEMAHA, NEIHl, Tenders his professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaithcr's office. 6 7 1 JOHN A. HIATT, Dealer in and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA ' E. II. KNAPP Proprietor of tlie liivery&Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connection with Livory Satisfaction guaranteed.. Notioo for Hoarinor Oluima In itluj County Couri or Nemaliu county. Noli. In tliemuuprortliouutoir Blnion (long. Wor, tlopuiitiud. Notice In her. by gi von that tho court lias iiiHiloati order limiting thetlme for creditors :...? 'ft,m BiiJnl KiWil doeeunod to hIx mont ih from the 28 ii duy of Boptoinuor. 10C1 ant that November Situ, Wl, T,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1901

",' I, "" ' T) 'i,? V li tMS i ,' .v JW tun ki " V ftUeffifec i VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1901. NUMBER 12 ?WTi i SfleWajk r - K . A Local News Cool nights. See Hill & Keeling for tire insurance Republican primaries Saturday of next wtek. Dr. W. I. Seymour, No. 1110 0 at., Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Wells Whltten moved to Lin coln this week. The Advertiser uud the Chicago In . ter Ocean for 81.40 L .H. Battles went to St. Joe Tuess day, returning Wednesday. Col. Lew Davenport, of Stella, was a Nemaha visitor Monday. 8ee W. VV. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. We were visited by a rain Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Fruit jars and fruity cans for sale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Mrs. J. M. Sanders, of London pre cinct, is visltlug her son, W. W. Sands era. Will Keeling had a good sidewalk laid in front of theKeellng block Mon day. The Advertiser and the St. Louis Globe Democrat both one year for only 61.76. Mrs. Merrltt.of Bro...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1901

-f' THE MEBRASKi ADVERTISER W. XV. HAXlH'.Wi, rubllnlior. NEMAHA, " - NEHUASKA. $1901 SEPTEMBER. 1901 t ' ' SOB. JIOK. IBM. WED. THCR. MI. SIT. "T 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 ll? T6l7 78 HT 20 271 ' - , . y 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 I 4 5? ?l- $ S . A A A AAA MAMA A A A AAA A A A A 1 CURRENT COMMENT. Japan 1b Uio country where tho cre mation of corpses is )rauliccd on the largest hcuIc. TJio ciiHtoni dates buck about 1,200 years. "Wo don't know jest where this old world will pull up," says h Georgia philosopher, "but wo do know Unit, wherever hIio rolln, wu'ro a-goln' to roll Unit wny. So, jest slice the wnter mclonl" llcv. Minot J, Savage is tho latest celebrity to raise u warning voleo against tho folly of overwork. Ho de clares that about half tho world's ef fort Is wasted, nnd that wo should be better off If wo should spend In dig nified idleness sorno of the time wo devoto to useless labor. Men who presume upon their posi tion to evade the penalties of violating tho law sometimes fall down. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1901

V " ' M i ft- ; I B y. ' 'f (f. ; .4 V t W 3 k A ti ;' V IS STILL IMPROVINa. Good News Comes from the Presi dent's Attending Physicians. tXatcst liullntlns All Toll of Highly Fitvor ablo Symptom -No Kcnra Now of I'erltonltls Tho Assassin Not Allowed to 1'oso, Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 10. "God's con tribution to the American peonlu will be the sparing of tho president's Jifc.'' As the evening shadows were falling htBt night John G. Mi lb urn, president of tho Tan-American expo- Bltion, reverently uttered these words as he stood before tho house in which tho nation's patient was fighting bo bravely with death. And all who were at tho Milburn rcsldcnco yesterday reflect the vldw that -tho battle will 'be wou and the prayers of the world will be answered. Since Sunday aiight not nn unfavorable symptom lias appeared. Every hour has been ii victory. Faith in the outcome grows stronger nnd stronger and hope mounts higher and higher until iin the minds of some the danger of all futuro complica...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1901

1( THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ... i ii XV. XV. HANDKIia, Publisher. NEMAHA, - ' - NEIJKASKA. THINGS OF LONG AGO. When nlj tho dreams of our llfo linvo van ished, When love In hnnlshcd And hopo lms lied, Wo turn nwny from tho bleak to-morrow, 'i'o walk with Borrow AtnoiiB tho dead; Wo look once moro on tho lovlntj faces And sunny places Wo lined to know, And Iobo for n thno our hurt nnd sudncsH Within tho Kindness Of lout; m;o. Tho days nre lonff, nnd tho days uro dronry; Our honrtB nro weary And In distress, Ah through tho blur of our tear-wet lashes Wo spo tho nshes Of happiness. From brooding over our liven loft lonely Wo Bcek tho only Ksenpo wo know Ily Rolni; hnck to tho swoot affections And recollections , Of long ui;o. Our dreams of lovo nnd our rcoldcn virions, The fond ainbltloiiH ' ' Of other yeurH, 3Jy Btorn decrees of tho real, broken, J lave left their token Of unshed tears Without remorso nro tho fates that sever Thoso liopos wo never Afjaln shall know. 3Jut nlthnUKli"loHt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1901

, J a y I ' i I- i i 1 S m. 'av CHA1UTY WINS LOVE. Valuable Lesson to Bs Drawn from the Lives of Two Men. Dr. Sunderland, Poor Preacher, Mounted ' 11 Multitude; bliyloclc, Itich un CrocNUN, DcNitlncrt ur 111k Kellow-.Mcii. Special Washington Letter. AKlCll man nnd a poor ninn, both well known in this city, recent ly died; und the death of the poor mail was mourned by ninny thousands of our people. The poor man was Bev. Byron Sun derland, for 40 years tne active pastor of the First Presbyterian church, and for the past ten years pastor emeritus of that congregation, lie was visit ing his daughter, at Catskill, N. Y., when death canto suddenly, although not unexpectedly. The eminent min ister was in the eighty-second year of his ugc ami had been looking for the bumntous for several years, because of the fact that he had' long since passed the three score years and ten, and he realized that his sojourn here might not last much longer. Presidents Pierce, Buchanan, Lin coln, Johnson, Hay...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1901

iUi'Vi. .. .IvCitwwfWf . : SaAilt?Jii!feK?!Sffl( ! JWr tXtAJyC, . a DEED OF President McKinley Shot Down While on the Buffalo Exposition Grounds. TWO BULLETS ENTERED HIS BODY. Woukl-Be Assassin Is a Polander from Cleveland, and Is Under Arrest Says He Is an Anarch ist and Had No ConfederateAttempt to Lynch Him. HuITnlo, N. Y.( Sept. 7. Just a brief 154 honrii ago tlio newspaper of tlio city blazoned forth In nil the pomp in headline typo: "The Proudest Day In JJiiflalo'H History." Last night, in nacKcloth mid ashes, In sombro type, fliirroiindcd by gruesome borderH of black, the Hiimo nowspapers are tell ing hi funereal toncH to a horrified populaco the doplorablo dotalln of "the blackout day In the history of Uuflalo." President McKlnloy, the Idol of tlio Amerlean peo)lo, the nation's chief exooutlvo and 'tho city's' honored tfueat, Ilea prostrate, suffering tho WILLIAM rpdngs inflicted by tho bullet of u v cowardly assassin while his life hangs '!n tho balance,. Standing ifl tho m...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1901

' V X. - A A GLOWING REPORT. An I ii ill mm Muti Coiminrc Western Onnndn with the United Strite AVIuit Mr. Prnmlc Klwlicr, a. Prom inent Dunknril, IIiim to Sny After n Trip Throuich Canada. Tho Department of the Interior at Ottawa has just received from Mr. E. T. Holmes, the Agent of the Gov ernment stationed at Indianapolis, Indiana, the following letter, which requires no comment. It is only nco cssary to state that Mr. F. Fisher, the writer of Ihc letter, is one of tho most prominent of tho Dunkards and a man upon whoso word tho utmost reliance can bo placed. His home is nt Mexico, Indiana, and ho will be pleased to substantiate verbally or in any other way all that he says in his letter. Anyone desiring information apply to nearest Canadian Agent, whoso addresses arc hero given: M. V. Mclnnes, 2 Avenue Theater Block, Detroit, Mich. . ,., , James Grieve, Sault Sto. Marie, Mich. J. S. Crawford, 214 West Ninth street, Kansas City, Mo. Uenjnmln Davles, 151& East Third street, St...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 September 1901

sr lilllffS WMHTl 411 II t (HIS. I Bort Cough Hyrtip. f AMoa Good. Viw In tlmo. PoM jy (1riieiilt. 2r. . W. Keeling, Nciiuilin, Ncbrnnka. Offico in Keeling building, nccoml 1oor onh of AyncH1 lmrdwaro ntoro. PETER KEltKER, Dealer In ZMHEJ.A.TB IlighoHt market prico paid for Hides, Lard, Tallow, cto, E. II. KNAPP ""Proprietor of tho Livery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR, Good Dray in cennoction with Livory Satiflfaotion guarantood. Notioo for Hoaring GlaimB. In tho County Court of Noumlm county, Nob. In ttio mutter or tlio ontuto or Blnion (long Wor, tlocoaHcd. Notli-oln Jiiir.liy kIvoii Hint thn court lion mndo nn order llmiilnK tlwitlmo for creditors to lilo elulmti against Hftld deceased to nIx month frotn the 28tli dny of Huptomhor, 19C1. and Unit Novomber iWtli, 1001, .lunuiiry 28th ii nd Murali Mth, UK);, nt H) o'clock a. in. of coh duy.nt thoonico or tbo County Judge of Noinuhu county, NouhihIcu, In Aumirii, No ' hruNlcii, Iiuh boon fixed bv thn Court im tlio tltniHHiid pliico ...

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