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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1901

iteftile V' "-co VOLUME XLVl NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1961. NUMMK 13 peMalla' s Xi w. K - , i, ...., A Local News Call on uh for job vorl. See Hill & Keeling for Are Insurance Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1110 0 at. , Lincoln, Neb. The Adveitlser and tho Chicago In ter Ocean for 81.40 Sou W. W. Hauls of South Auburn for Clothing ami Dry Gooila. Mra. Theo. II ill bus lutd a good walk laid hi float of lior millinery catubllah munt. Mra. T. J. Ituiubaugh went to Oma lia Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mra. Homer. The Advertiser and the St. Louie Globo Democrat both one year lor only S1.7&. Just received by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co., a lull line ol boating stovea. Mrs. J. C. Chamberlain, of Angus, Neb., was the guest of Mrs. Geo. Alo Cluro Tuesday. Seymour Ilowo ia attending district oourt at Auburn this week in the can pa'city of a juror. Dr. Ilnrlan, oesteopath, graduate of A. T. Still school, Ofiico lu Auburn. Uon.ultatloti free, 0-7 Mra Scott moved to Ste...

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. — 20 September 1901

.r ft. m i; jit r,.j faL l W : s v THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKUH, rulilUhor. NEMAHA, KEDIIASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. A "Wine I'roiiliot. Anotlmr prophet Iiiih iirltirn. Ho ay tlio world will coino to an end In 1,000 yearn. Tliut'H tho kind of a prophet to be. No man living can prove that, he docHu't know what ho is talking about. Chlenifo Honda the Mrit. JJhe lateHt cenRtiu bulletin k'iowh that Chicago ouIcIuhhch all this olhr largo cities In the number of deaths from railroad aceldentH. ltn lotal for tho cetiHUH year In 330, while (he com bined total for nlno other big citleu in only 480. Itootluir for lm Polo. The warm Hummer Iiiih dlHlodged tho Ico of the north and great hopes arc entertained that tho nolo can bo pulled up, if found. It would be a great scheme to bring the thing back and plant it where it will not be ko dlillcult to reach. A. NATION'S SOJRItOW. President McKinlcy Closes Event ful Career At Milburn House. Knllre World Mourn tho Fto or tho Victim of itn Amuim...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1901

v a,," :JL y yi , r- I A tew' i i A NEW PRESIDENT. Theodore iRonsevelt Assumed the Exalted Position Saturday. Snld Ho Would Contlnno Unbroken tho I'ol- ley of I'renldoiit MoKlnloy First At ooflng of Cabinet Iiumodltitoly After Outh vn Administered. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 10. Theodore .Koosevelt, who Snturdny was tragi cally elevated to the chief magistracy of the American republic by the death of President McKinlcy, entered this city of .mourning after remarkable and perilous journey from tho heart of the North woods, lie had been president under the constitution and law of the land Hincc the minute tho martyred president ceased to live. All the duties and powers of the ofllce had devolved upon him, but ho was as powerless as the hum blest citizen to exercise one of them until ho had complied with the consti tutional provision requiring him to take a prescribed oath to support and defend the constitution and laws of tho United States. He took that outh at 3:30 Saturday afternoon, in ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1901

- i '! . THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDHItS, I'ubllMior. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE LETTER I DID NOT SEND. He was tho friend of my boyhood, My youth nnd my rnitnhood'H prime, Wo hnd vowed to be ever fnlthful To tho end of our earthly time. But Bomehow 11 huppened wo quarreled; Ono word to nnother led; And our eyes were lliishlnir In nngor And bitter wui all wo mild. That night I wrote nuoh a lottcr An ono might wrlto to n foe, And told him that never thereafter "Would I wlflh his presence to know; Wo miiHt pans each other oh ntrnngcra, Our Uvea henceforward apnrt; And lot him know that forever 1 had torn him out of my heart. Then I Bought my bed, Btlll raging, Hut I courted slumber In vain; Tho faco of my more than brother Hoho before mo ever again. Ho was always go true bcnldo mo And xharlng nil changes of life; Our words hnd been always of loving And never till now of strife. And then our quarrel whnt was It? How did It over bcfall7 1'crhaps ho was right yes, I know It, It was I In...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1901

i iJfrt V.-.-- 4Wft-HJ JJnir"- .fmcwraimiu.mwiiTOtiw. J I f t I 4 ' ; THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER I I ! II I W. W. HAND Kits, Publisher. NEMAHA, - " - NEBRASKA. THE LETTER I DID NOT SEND. He wnt the friend cf my boyhood, My youth nnd my tniinhnod'H prime, Wo lind vowed to be ever faithful To tho end of our earthly time, But somehow It happened wo quarreled; One word to another led; And our eyes worn Hashing In unnor And bitter was all wo said. That nlffht I wrote such a lottcr As ono mlKht wrlto to n foe, And told him that never thereafter Would I wish IiIh presence to know; Wo must pass each other as strangers, Our lives henceforward apart; And let him know that forever 1 had torn him out of my heart. Then I nourrht my bed, still rapine. Hut I courted slumbor In vain: The faco of my more than brother Koho before mo ever again. lie was always so truo beside mo And sharing all changes of life; Our words had been always of loving" And never till now of strife. And then our quarrel what wa...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1901

') .y .. 5," , r C' V. ST ' r V . 1 & . ? F-vt - .t mr i CRAZY SUMMER FAD. Lovers' Initials Tattooed on Pretty Maidens' Arms. rae Employ nn Old Snllor to Do (he Work, Other Tarn the Job Over to the Genlnl ltay of the Sun, Special New York Letter. THE old snllor in tho little shop in the Bowery looked up from his work mending the union jack. A young' woman dressed in a fluffy summer gown had darkened tlie doorway. The tar knew what she wanted before she spoke. He tossed tho folds of the flag from oft his lap revealing a timber leg a good old fashioned wooden stump not one of tho new-fangled nft'airs made of cork end springs and calculated to deceive. Jlliat he was a salt of the old school was indicated by Iris look and ac tions. His very manner brought Tisions of the sua and the fading out lines of white Sails against the hori zon of blue. The shop was a mere hole in the LATEST FAD OF GOTHAM'S SMART SET. ivnll. There was a chair or two In side and the bench on which the old eailo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1901

Y -vt wmw&wt'r- 1 '' 1 - t u tf .y v to W i' w ; ml T .a v - . CBAZY SUMMER FAD. lovers' Initials Tattooed on Pretty Maidens' Arms. Same Employ nn Old Sailor to Do tke Work, Other Tarn the Job Over to the Oenlnl Ilaya of the Suit, Special Now York Letter. THE old sailor in the little shop in the Bowery looked up from his work mending the union ;jack. A young woman dressed in a fluffy summer gown had darkened the doorway. The tar knew what she wanted before she spoke. He tossed ilio folds of the flag from off his lap revealing a timber leg a good old fashioned wooden stump not one of the new-fangled affairs made of cork end springs and calculated to deceive. Uftat he was a salt of the old school was indicated by Iris look and ac tions. His very manner brought visions of the sea and the fading out lines of white Sails against the hori zon of blue. The shop was a mere hole in the LATEST FAD OP GOTHAM'S SMART SET. rall. There was a chair or two In side and the bench on which the old...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1901

, jk . A.ronfcA5iBPawa.e nojtiriAMrr jWa5S9iK - ! aittolK2&s'm''r'wm'- I! 1X4! I . A. E. ENCAMPMENT. Torrance, of Minnesota, Elected to the Highest Offics. tfatf Million People Wltunii tlm Urnnu 1'nraduor lluttlo-heurrnd Veteran A Ijoa lu Miunhoriihlp Itopurt on I'minlou Mutton). Cleveland, O., Sept. 11. Tho sur viving veterans of tho greatest war in nil fhu annuls of history, of tliu tfreatest struggle for liiiiiiiin liberty tho world Iiiih over seen thnt Iron 4jmy hoHt of God known as. the Grand .Army o (ho Hopubllr hnvo again responded to tlic bugle eull mid yes Icrdny fell into Hue ua they weru wont to do In tho dark dnyH of the civil wnr. It 1h i!8tIninlod that nenr Jy hnlf n million people wore spec tators" of the magnificent pageant. Tho column wiib over eight miltH In length and wiih Hplendldly Imndlcd, the column moving Htcndlly mid with wcnrculy n halt or break until tho en tlro line had passed (bo reviewing tund. The governorB of several states innrohod In the line wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1901

y A V. n Ji't- v P-M-, "V X ... tt ktf ' it I.- X' k BIG RAILROAD IMPROVEMENT. 'A uniqiio excursion was recently arranged by the Union Pacific Railroad company. About sixty newspaper men, representing the leading journals of the country, were invited to take a trip on the Wyoming di vision, "Tho Overland Route," for the pur pose of viewing the stupendous engineering ucnicvcmcnts recently mauo on that line. Tho train was made up of two privato trs, three Pullman palaco sleepers, a dining cars, car. drawn bv one ot thfl new comtinund pn gines, with nn observation car constructed on tho same plan as a trolley car ahead of the engine. One hundred and fifty-eight and fotir tcnths miles of new track laid, reducing the mileage between Omaha and Ogden by 30.47 miles, and reducing gradients which varjed from 45.4 to 07.CS feet to the mile to a maxi mum of 43.3 feet, and curves from 0 to 4 de grees, while a great deal of bad curvature has been eliminated entirely. A mountain removed and lost ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 September 1901

'''t nwapMHMtMwi IHIHtS WHfltt All Fl Kf- FAHK. Doit Couuli Syrup. Tnte Ooud. Um in limn, rniri av (irtiffUiMC. Qr. - W Keeling, Nflinalm, Nebraska. Offico in Keoliny building, nccond door orth of AynoH lmrdwnro utoro. l'ETElt KERKER, Dctilorlu ZMHEC.A.TS irighcHt market prico paid for Hides, Lard, Tullow. etc. .a.. Xj. stiees, jvt. X). NEMAHA, NEHIl, Tenders his professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answorod. Dr, Gaither's offico. 6 7 i Notioo for Iloaring Claims. In tlio County Court of Ntmiuliu county, Ncli. In tlio niiitior of tlio t'Htutoor Hlriion (luntc wcr, m-oeiiHoil. Nntfi'o Hthtrty ulvori Mint tlio court Mm Hindu uu oritur llniiiliiK tlitttlmu forcrplltorn to Hid claims niiiklnHt mild Ooccnuvd to nix iiiuiitlm from lUn 2gtl dity of Moit(imlior, 10C1. iind Hint Noviunliur 28th, lout, .lunuiiry IWth mid Muroli "JSt", IIIOH, itl 10 o'clock n. m. or 'anli duy, nt tlui nllluo or ttio County .liuluo of ISuinntiu county, NetmiHkii, In Aulnirn, N...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 September 1901

Ki9 1 o ( j Af rf 1 i il O-Ptt, $tffifet VOLUME XJjVI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA) F1UDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, M01. NUMBER 14 T !&, 1U Am HMUHrj)faTmiMinattfi Miujiini4iJUJiiJa r- w 4 A Local News Call on us for job work. See Hill & Keeling for Are insurance Wo bad u good rain early Wednesday Morning. Miss Minnie May returned to Peru Monday , Dr. W. I. Seymour, No. 1110 0 Bt. , Lincoln, Neb. Tom Hlatb moved to Browuville a few days ago. Nemaha was well represented nt Auburn Monday. The Advertiser and the Chicago In j ter Ocenn for 81.40 Mr.Duerfeldt, of Richardson county, was iu Nemaha Tuesday. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn fer Clothing and Dry Goods. Johu B. Seld came in from Auburn last Sunday, returning Monday . Frank Woodward Is tilling the old haid ware more room with baled hay. Ed Knapp got kicked by a horse Sat urday morning but soon got over the effects. The Advertiser and the St. Louis Globe Democrat both one year for ouly 81.75. Will P. Keeling has moved into the house his fathe...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 September 1901

Zsyzrxr-- rTZ Wl ftaVMM ' ; i .! I . I -rf THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANI)i:itH, PiililMifir. 'NEMAHA, - - - NKUUASICA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Tho Ilnlvriirlc IlunliK-NK Overdone Tho child that 1h told that "our free school system Ih tlip htilwnrlc of our nation" mid Ih then compelled to Htay at homo because there Isn't room for II, In tho school house, niiiHt fancy that the nation linn moru bulwarks than it nccdH, It Won C'tiiuiliiKlr DcvInoiI. Thoro never was a murder more inothodically and cMiuiiIiily conduct ed than that put in execution by Czol gosz. His handkerchief ruse was too deep for the government dctectlvcH. 7f ho is not Banc then sntan Ih a lu natic. Opportunity for ,oliirlcty, -The country now will have to pull through the additional agony of a long-drawn-out. trial, with a result already determined, an In the case of Huitoau. The opportunity it offcra to lawyers to acquire notoriety Ih too templing to be related. KIcctHHty'M Mmiy KinploypN. T. C. Martin, an authority ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 September 1901

m- I Y x L A THE LAST SAD KITES. .Body of President McKinley Con signed to the Tomb at Canton. nIr. McKinley Unablo to Lcavo llcr Ilnuito Kulchttt Templar SIiir ut tlio Vault Svnlrlcn (JimrdliKj Temporary Itent- liiK riaco of tho Dead l'rosldonU Canton, 0., Sept. 20. With mnjcstio solemnity, surrounded by his conn tryinen und his townspeople, in the presence of tliu president of the United States, the cabinet, justices of the United States supreme court, . senators and representatives in con . gross, the heads of the military and naval establishments, the governors of states and u great concourse of people who had known and loved him, .nil that is mortal of the third presi dent to fall by an assassin's bullet was committed to the grave. It was x spectacle of mournful grandeur. Canton ceased to be u town and swelled to the proportions of a great ity. From every city and hamlet in Ohio, from the remote corners of the south and from the east and west, the human tide flowed into the tow...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 September 1901

. fi 2$si j ?! "" ;HXWfc.K3WTl'J - . i 111 !V a i rj i ft THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. AV. HANDI'UH, l'ul-llslior. NEMAHA, NE1JRASKA. GROWING OLD. " You arc growing old," tlicy tell ub, Kvery year; You nro more nlone," they tell ub, Kvery year; You enn win no new affection, You have only recollection, Deeper sorrows and dejection, Kvcrj year. Tliero come new citron nnd sorrows Every year; Darker days and darker morrows Kvery year; Tho ghost of dead Iovob haunt ub, Tho ghosts of chunged friends taunt ub, And disappointments daunt us livery yeur. Too truel Llfo's shores aro shifting Kvery year; And wo are seaward drifting Kvciy your; Old places changing fret ub, The living inoro forgot ub, There are fewer to J egret us, Kvery year. nut tho truer llfo draws nlghcr Kvery year; And tho Morning Star climbs higher Kvery year; Earth's hold on uh grows slighter, And the heavy burthen lighter, And tho Dawn Immortal brighter, Kvery year. "Heaven's DIstunt Lamps." IM V (CIn!RaD 'fltfSKINSM Copyrl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 September 1901

; "J :r Sip 1 -.! '434, (. J" V. ft I J i?5 .? life V Theo. Roosevelt, 26th American President J His Life Mas Been Full of Snap and Excitement AUTHOR AS WELL AS STATESMAN Mr. Koosevclt has been known to the public principally as a writer and a rough rider. It was therefore singu larly appropriate in at least one re spect that it was In the musty atmos phere of old books that he took the oath to "faithfully execute the olllce of president of the United States," and to the best of his ability to "preserve, protect and defend the constitution of the United States." On Saturday aft ernoon, September 14, 1001, in the library of the home of his friend, Ans lcy Wilcox, and in the city of Buffalo, N. V., the simple ceremony was per formed. The president is dead: the president lives; long live our presi dent! Theodore Roosevelt is the twenty sixth president of the United States, and the fifth vice president to succeed to the executive chair. John Tyler was the first, succeeding William Henry...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 September 1901

-wtr mf, y . r nnwljuw.'' j 4 - iw"ll',i tffOrjW1MfJW- WW! fr wA r P l"" w t WAS NO PICKET LINE. STRICT GUARD ON CZOLGOSZ. THE WHITE HOUSE. NEBRASKA STATE NEWS. r I'f .. fc THE SCHLEY INQUIRY. Hear Admiral lllnclimim'n Teatlinmiy Un favorable to tho Mini Who Demanded an Investigation or III Conduct. Washington, Sept. SI. After an in lerinlsslon of eight, days tin- Schley iiuvul court, of inquiry resumed its iilttlngs ut 11 o'clock Friday hi thu tool shops at f ho navy yard. Rear Admiral Ramsay occupied the sent Avhiuli, on tho first day of 1 ho session, was filled by Rear Admiral Ifowisoii. At Us.'tO Roar Admiral Hlgginson was Introduced hh the first witness. Before he began to give IiIh testimony Judge Advocate boinley read the or der placing the command of the North Atlantic squadron in the liandH of Cupt. Sampson and giving him the rank of rear admiral, and then Com modore Schley command of the (lying squadron. Admiral Hlgginson wild he was now in command of the North At lantic s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 September 1901

r X K ARREST ANOTHER CZOLGOSZ. Urothcr of tlio AashmIii of President Mc Klnloy In .lull OlmrtjiMl with Itolnj; tin Accomplice) In tlio Crime. Clovcltuul, 0., Sept. 23. Investiga tions by Police Detective Scliimmlc revcnl the startling possibility that a plot tb nssnsshuite President Mc Kinley Svns laid a year or more ago, before he was elected for his second term, and that it may have been laid in the peaceful precincts of Orange township, where the Czolgosz family lived. A remittance made to the as sassin by his brother, Wuldeek Czol gosz, about a mouth ago, led to the investigation that may have an im portant bearing on the ease. One of the strong elements in the belief of the LIuiTnlo and secret detectives has been the fact that the handkerchief with which the assassin concealed the hand in which he held his weapon was a woman's handkerchief. What is more important is that the hand kerchief was tied about the hand in ti way that he, it is claimed, would not have been able to tie ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 September 1901

'TSS"" IIIHIX WHfHt All HSf 14 IS. HMZH'UI in ti mo. hoki or nniggmu. r. . W. Keeling, Nomnhn, Nobrnflkn. Offico in Keeling building, second door orth of AyncH hardware Htoro. "" PETER KKHKER, Dealer In MEATS ITighoflt market price paid for Hides, Lard, Tullow. etc, -A.. Xj. STIBES, JVT. X). NEMAHA, NEUIt, Tenders his professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaither's office. 6 7 I JOHN A. HIATT, Doalor in . A. K, IS" ESS and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA J. W. SAPP REAL ESTATE, LOAN and Insurance Agont. Collectlonu nmdo Notary Public In olllco. DROWN VILLB, NKJIRASKA. E. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work Ktinrnntooil to lvo witlHfnctlon Wost of Oourt Houso SquarOjSo-AubunNob J. C. CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler All work guaranteed. Leave orders at L. II Matties' Htoro, Nemaha, Nebraska E. II. KNAPP , Proprietor of tho Livery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NBBR. Good Dray in connection with Livory Satisfaction guarantood, J. H....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 October 1901

J I ) V VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 10ol. NUMBER 15 f ll ilr JS '' mMjiKHMraumDHanMnwuwi viftita'wix'xtiKr'iojairri-ri.nvr-ii ' mmwt.. - -.- miwu. i mujii i hi umui muu.m luminwniuwumnmuim wii u.tmiu.niUJumBJi EnzsanaaeuenrsrvRtsTiaiMKr r -4 Looal News ifmwaiwiwt mm Fine lull weathei. Call ou us for job work. The roads are quite dusty. Quite u freeze Thursday night. See Hill & Keeling for tire insurance Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1110 Oat., Lincoln, Neb. Ed Knapp has had u floor put In hia livery burn. S. Grey Howe, of Beatrice, gave us ti social c.ll Monday, The Advertiser and the Chicago In ter Ocean for Si. -10 See V. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Pry Goods. A It. MoCaudless went to Omaha Thursday of last week, letutniug Sttt urday. The Advertiser and the St. Louis Globe Democrat both one year for only 31.75. Mr. Conner, of Iowa, visited his cousins, Jako and Phil Shuck, the first of the week. Dr. Ilarhin, oesteopath, gnuluato of A.T. Still schoo...

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

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDIIK.H, I'tilillalinr. NEMAHA, - - - NEI5UASKA, TOPICS OF THE DAY. MtiMt Not i:n( A I o no. A medical journal wanis thorn1 who tionnliintly I'.'it iiiciiIh !n IoiiIIiichm tliat tlio priiclicu Ih not. contltiolvu to li fruHttnn, propur bodily iioiiriNliinunL or hoiilth. A Kl'l'll HlMINt! Of Iltltlllll. Tlio Nv York man tliat willed $21,. 000 to 870 coiihIiih had a Keen m'lic-o of lnniior, and it. Ik too had that, ho Ih not nllvo to wltnom the fun. Korty-thrt'u lawyci-H arc mixed in tin hIiuIHi1. HoviMily-SiM mi TelUt'H Itepri'mMiI'Ml. Kovcnly-Hovi'ii tribes ai'c ropiTHont cd in the 1,007 pupils 'in tin- Indian training hcIiooI at Ciii'IIhIc, Ph., tlio KuiivcuH leudiiif,' In iitiinhi'r. LiiHt year tho work of (ho )iipilH liroiiglil, a re turn of sfiwnc. STTliol Knlc for ,'iii-ornl I'iiiiIhImikmi. .Shower hatha have hi'on Introduced in one of tin; New York public kc-IiooIh. Tlio innovation !h Hiild to be. a mini lary meiiHiire, hut, bIhco corporal pun. ...

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