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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1901

CALLED HIM AN IMPOSTOR. r A Y Mnrlc Twain' Opinion of Illmaclf Olvcn In thp Strident Conililcnc'c. Sometimes on a sunny afternoon Mark Twain strolls up and down Umt pnrt of Fifth avenue above Twenty third street where art and book stores nrc frequent. The humorist teems to find certain rest in peering Into win dows of these, though he rarely crosses their thresholds, lie wan about to turn nway from the "window f a shop when his eye was caught by what seVmed to be an etching of himself. He was staring blankly tit Ids likeness when he wns Joined at tho window by one of thos.e chatty 'indi viduals always ready for a $trcetcor lier exchange of opinion. "Pretty good likeness of (he old man, isn't it?" said the chatterer, -without seeing the writer's full face, which was partly in shadow. Mark said it was. "Say, what do you think of that fel low's work, anyway?" went on the chatterer. "I think," said Mark, .still without turning his head, "thnt he is the great est impostor the American pe...

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. — 18 October 1901

1 J It M9l3EE93l39Q9Cd3IIH Tjj CHS WHIHt ill tlSUAItS. ' H IfiJ tlORt Oouiril Bjrrup. Tauten Good. UM Q Ivi In timn. Hutu ,ir ilrtjfftflftU. HI The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. Sandbhs, publisher FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1001. (2)r. c. W. Keeling, Nemahn, Nebraska. Off ioo in Keeling building, second door orth of Aynos' hardware Hloro. PETER KEllKElt, Dealer lu HighcHt innrkct price paid for Hides, Lard, Tallow, etc. .A.. X,. BT1EHS, JVT. D. NEMAHA, NEHIt. Tendors his professional scrvices to tho citizens of Nemaha arid vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaithor's office. 6 7 I JOHN A. HIATT, Dealer In and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA Dtivlil Hrlmblo will have a public Bale at bis farm on Wednesday, Octo bor 2D rd. The ofllco force haa been aick this week, and in consequence wu are a day late in getting out, the paper. G. N, Titus went to Lincoln Thurss day morning or last week and from there went to Minneapolis. Minn. He returned home Monday evening. STOPS THE COUCH AND WORKS OFF THE C...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1901

J u r .'4 it" 1 ct -4 ' ? toefttie VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OOT013ER 25, 1001. NUMBER 18 niijuunuiiimiHiKm i'ni"UiiimiiMJmJ"u www wwwnamw 3f-lL 9 lb Jk fr ft A h I' ! I ' ' . ' i GILBERT & Best and cheapest lino of UNDERWEAR Seo our-variety and got our prices on t HATS AND CAPS before buying The Big H Brand of Overalls and Jackets can't bo beat for the money A splendid line of OUTING' el annels at right prices Prints, 5 to 6c Ginghams, 7 to 10c A good lino of Woolen Dress urooas .j Wo have Given Hpecpti aueniion in mis ime mm u" k'v j"- buuu " goods for your money as you can got any woero a Victor, the best northern spring wheat flour, $1.10 por sack The best high pntetit fall wheat Hour, 81.00 per sack . . . . . ... .... Best granulated Sugar, 17 pounds for $1 Everything in the Grocery 17 .. I.I.... ;.. M.o nrnnnrir Y 1U V Ol J lIUIIj HI fct.VJ v...j I A car load of Minnesota Potatoes just in n.tmn tn n l t aati lid fnr VW11JU ! WWV w Oar load of Michigan Salt just...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1901

THEHEBRASKAADVERTISER W. V. BANOKItS, l'ulilUhor. NEMAHA, - - - NEBRASKA. TOPICS OK THE DAY. An Unimliiliiltlc H rl. In I he period covered by tins mur dcrn of Lincoln, Garfield and McKln- ley, bnl, two reigning Hoverelgim In till Knro)u have been iixHiiHHliiutcd. ApiilioM to JMoilcm TIiIpvph. "Moreover," observes iHiiiith, "they Hint work In fine flax, mid (bey that weave. nelworlcH, bIiiiII be con found d." Likewise Ihey Hint, do lino work In Manila hemp. Wlir ii Tlifi'o Vhh So IZx-VrvnUlent. Since Ilio llmo of tbu second prcn Ident tlierc Iiiih been but one period when no ox-president survived, and tbat was during (lie Inst two years of Grant's seeond term. HiinnIii'm Turn to Morlc. Three of our presidents liavo been nsHussmnted during one generation, yet, while wo nmck at (lie despotism of tlio cnr, only one ear litis been killed during all Hint time. "Wiiii r a iVNNiiui.Mt. The pessimistic Mr. Howe, of Atchl non, Kan., says be will have to eat, IiIh church oyster twice hereafte...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1901

K . A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKItS, I'ublhhor. mi m ...!- NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA, LILACS ON THE STAND. When tho plnntln' time Is over nn' there comes a rainy niornln', When the grass Is growln' Greener an' the sky Is lookin' gray, Whon tho robin on the rldge-polo Is a-fret- tln' out a warnln' That Is jc!t the kind o' weather that was father's restln' day. When he strptched out n tho settlo an the summer harvest planned; An' I seem to smell tho lilacs that were sottln' on the stand. There was gatherln' In tho buckets when the siiEur run was over. An' sharponln' tho fenco posts for tho tlxin' o' tho lines, There was clcanln' out the pump-logs o' the roots o' grass an' clover, An' trlmmln' out the orchard an' a-tyln' up tho vines; An' It all comes back so nat'ral, I can see n;y mother's hand A-lmakln' off tho lilacs for tho dish upon the stand. There was seedln down tho oat-field an' turnln' up the furrow, An' burnln' o' the brush heaps, an' dlg gln' o' the weeds, An' tho settl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1901

49 snt w II M The Nebraska Advertiser W. V, Sandekb, publrilier FRIDAY, OOTOUEK 2i, 1001. ANOTHER INTERESTING LETTER FROM L. W, BHUBERT. liUKKALO, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1001. H. W. Shubert, jr.. Sliubort, Nobr. My Dear Sir and Brother: TIio principal points of my journey uro passed . Aa 1 gaze upon the receding pnnora mu of the bonutlful and interesting Bcenos mentally photographed, and ro call the natural features, history, le Kenda and humorous stories connected with these places, I And that no other Is bo vividly impressed as my excursion up the Hudson river. The impressions I received there are indelible and as distinct as the clear-cut cameo. Its beauties littva been sung by poets, its grandeur written in flowery prose, its histor? patiently recorded, and its com merclal advantages wonderfully doveU oped. Here was the homo of that great writer, Washington Irving, who Longfellow aptly terms the gentle hu morlst. In a letter to his brother Irv ing refers to his happy boyhood days at Sle...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1901

ISWla J f &. ! ! ' ft? I'., 1 1, ft' 8R , i .ll t' W '. ' r i if A DOLLAR EOK EOOD. How the Chinese Live on That Amount for a Month. VrKcttittlen (A the ConrHCMt Kind, Siiiioc mill Stilt Give Variety to it Diet of Htec mid Sweet l'otutoefl. Special Illnghua (China) Letter. TT JKE the iHraclitca of old, tho Chinese ure fond of "the locks, W-7 the onions and the garlic." These muko the standard ilnvors for many dishes. Their onions are small and inferior. Large onions are imported for the for eign community, but for some reason" the gardeners of Fooehow have nol yet succeeded in producing n first-class article. Garlic is eaten in quantities. You do not huve to bo told this if you pass along n residence street during the hour supper is being prepared. Un less the law is laid down very plain and as inexorable as that of "the Modes and Persians, your house will often be filled with its odor from your own kitchen. The cook is preparing n bowl of refreshment at your ilrc. You are fortu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1901

t -Kjt. -.- "'WWw tf :i 1 I J. : uuuuauiiuuuuuuuiiuiiuimmmuuuuuuuiAuuuiiiiiiuiiuiiuuiiiiuiiuuiiui! I THE BEST HEWS aTimnnmTnnTTTmnnnnnnminnnnnTrmTnnnTrnnnnnnnTTTTTFTTnmmnnTTTTnTs Allilim 'I'likrw Hit; Mtrlitrn. Albion, tliiOcupilnl of lloono coun ty, Ikih untile great ntriiU'H during tin luftL two years. Ono hundred reHl tleiiuon have been bulll; (ine new, large liriok store building Inn; been erected; 41 now hcIiooI building of four rooniH Jh now Hearing completion. The wnlcr inaliiH luivo been extended and a now Htaud)i)m creeled; u loeal tele phone, connecting Cedar Ihijiids with Albion and the long dlHtance tele phone give. outside communication. Ileeently franehlnc.i for both gan and electric light, plant) were awarded. The Modern Woodmen have also com ploted a two-Htory brick building. Ntutt KiIucntorH Illci't. The NobraHka AhhooIhIIoii of Super inlcudcutH and Principals hold an In tereKtlng meeting at Lincoln recent ly. C. (I. Fullmer, of Pawnee City, wuh elected prcHident of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1901

TEN MORE KILLED. Free fT Another Disaster Overtakes the 111 Fated Ninth Infantry in Saraar. X. r- 4 forty-Six afin of Company K Attfinkeil nt lltiimnjon, on the Osmium It Ivor, by COO lliilmnoii, Who Wore lloutoil After Do-purnlo Htriif;lo. Muniln, Oct. 10. Five hundred bolo men attacked n detachment of 40 men of thu Ninth InfnnlryntlJangnjon, n tlie Gnndnra river, island of Sanmr, tVednoRclay, hilling ten and wound' :ng six. The remainder of this com pany arrived on the scene in tlino to prevent further slaughter and routed the enemy, killing over 100 of them. It is believed that the- enemy only retired for reinforcements. Ah soon as the news was received at Cat halo gun two gunhoats were dispatched, (Jen. Smith going in person to the fauenc. The men nt tacked were of company E, under iommand of First Lieut. George V. Wallace. DlRiimy nt Washington. Washington, Oct. 19. The war de partment officials were somewhat dis mayed at the press report of the new setback on the island of Sam...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 October 1901

w ; i i t fi. X sus SwSSjyfcMadu HODIU WHtHt ALL LLSt JAILS. ., Ed Bort CoukIi Hyriip. Tamcs (loxi. Uno l"l In (Uiin. Hold hr flrinrulntN. Hi (3r. (W?. W. Keeling, Noinnhn, Nohrnwka. Offico in Koolinrr bnlldliif,', Hccoml door orth of AyiiOH Imrdwiiro Hloro. PETER KE1UCER, Dealer In IlighoHl miu-koL price paid for ILitloB, Lard, Tallow, etc, .a.. Xj. stikks, m. r. NEMAHA, NEHIt, Tenders his professional services to the citizens of Nomnlia and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaithcr's office. 6 7 I JOHN A. HIATT, Dealer In HARNESS and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEMIASKA J. 0. CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler i All work guaranteed. Leavo orderu at L. II. JJattloa" Hloro, Nemaha, Nobraoka BlllMBLE S COOJVS Proprietor of thu Liveryfe Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. 'Good Dray in connection with Livoiy Satisfaotiou guaranteed. J. H. SEID, llrocdor of Thoroughbred Poland China zhzoo-s. Farm ono and ono-lialf milos soutli west of Nemaha. Notioo for Hoaring Claims. In tlio County Court oi Nnmalm...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1901

$ . ? dAoJ(x. 4-JCctz.oSl J'S"tlXj 'ihitoi&'&t'it $.&& olact6w Y w v 4 VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER J,,190l. NUMBPR 19 W 1L,s JlUv ' i I' K . t. 0". n 0 ft J' 4 jf jf jf 444 444 jf 44 44 4 GILBERT & Heat and cheapest line of UNDERWEAR on the market Seo our variety and get our prices on $ HATS AND CAPS $ The Big H Brand of . can't bo beat A splendid line of OXJTING FLANNELS ' at right prices Prints, 5 to 6c Ginghams, 7 to 10c $ A. goed line of Woolen Dress Goods t bed rock prices Shoes eCnd Rubber Goods We have given special attention to this line and can give you as good $ goods for your money as you can get auy woere 5 Victor, the best northern spring wheat flour, $1.10 per Back The best high patent fall wheat flour, 81.00 per sack I Best granulated Sugar, s!7 pounds for $1$ Everything in the Grocery Line at bed rock prices $ A car load of Minnesota Potatoes just in J Come in and seo us for your winter supply $ I Oar load of Michigan Salt just ...

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. — 1 November 1901

r. JP&w - VI m THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKItH, I'tiiillniior. NEMAHA, - - NEHHASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. IVpm- Ctililnct I'onldon HnmftiMl. Apropos of iho MIrh Hlnno aiTiilr, the Fort, fieott (Kun.) Monitor Htig KC1h llii- need for u now cabinet por tion, to be known an the Department of NcgotlatioiiH wllli the Amalgamat ed Order of InleriiatlonaOiitlawH. KII1J1 tin; Dlntliivtlva lVnOirc. A reporter who linn made the rotuiilH of anarchlHt resortH In New York kiivh their iiiobI. dlHllnctlvo fea ture 1h filth, and that a ccrlnln way to Iohu anarchlHt ctiHtom la to Kcrub Hie lloorn and whhIi the wlndowH. I'ciiiiK' iiiim T .Severe. Two KanmiH men have been scn 1 unccd to 20 ycarB' imprlHonment and 1o pay a Jlno of $1,000 for Helling boot leg whlHky. People who hnvu tried llie Kiuihiih joint fluid will be eiiHlly )erHiinded that the penally Ih none too Hovere. I'lvo lranllin(N from Xmv Yorlf. From New York Htato have come B .of the JJ5 men who have been preH ident of the United...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1901

y 4 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - - W. W. SANDKUSi Publisher. NEMAHA, - -. ' - NEBRASKA. I MIGHT. I might have said n word 'of cheer Ueforo 1 let lilm go; Ills weary visage haunts mo yet; Hut how could 1 foreknow The slightest chance would bo the last To me In mercy given? l'I utmost earnings cannot send That word from earth to heaven. 1 might have looked the lovo I felt; My brother had soro need Of that for which too shy and proud Ho lacked tho speech to plead. But holf la near, and self Is strong. And 1 was blind that day, Ho sought within my careless eyes, And went, athlrst, away. I might have held In closer clasp Ti. hand he laid In mine; Tin pulsing warmth of my rich life Jfnd been as generous wine, Swelling a stream that even then Wax ebbing faint and slow, JMIno might have been (God knows) the art To stay the fatal How. O word and look and clasp withheld! 0 brother heart now stilled! Denr llfo, forever out of reach, 1 might have warmed and filled! Talents missed and seasons lost,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1901

m ,-T.,. Jr. ..:xi 3 ii : 1 r f ' HS?as WJ The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. Sandhm, publslier FRIDAY, N0VJ5MHBII 1, 1001. For tho jmat two years CliarloH It. Ilnckor lin beon city clork of Auburn, and Iiiib eorved tho city well, giving tho boat of satisfaction. Gcorga D, Cnrrinfiton, jr Is a young man with u flno educational aticccaaful teacher, and a closo studont. lie will mako good Btipurlntondent of schools. Wo have novor yot hoard a man ques tion the qunllllcatlonB of G. Ii. I3evr Idgo for dlntrict clerk. All admit that ho is peculiarly well adapted for that position. You run no risk in voting for G. B. Bovoridgo for district clork. B. P. Molnlnch "Undo Frank" madu one of the best commissioners Nemaha county over had. Ho is con servativo, yet bolleves In hooping tho roads and bridges in tho best possible condition. Ho watches tiio business of tho county an carefully as he dotm his own business. Ho will bo elected. Abo Law ion co is woll qualified in every way for the position of s...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1901

O H n i jk. y I -4 Y HAS ElCti RESOURCES Why Capital is Invading the Little Isle of Cape Breton. One of the nnrent Spot on the At lantic Const How n Ilrnvc Yan kee Ocncrnl Cnptureil I.ouln Itnrf; Cltndrl. Special Boston Letter. PEU1IA bruci acres vEUHAPS no piece of land em- sing the same number of acres presents more varied at tractions to the sightseer than the island of Capo Breton, and few are more neglected by tourists. Its coast line divides it from various bodies of wa(er and it is indented in every direction by large bays and inlets. Cape Hreton" lies between New foundland and the mainland of Nova Scotia, to which it was annexed in 1820, much to the disgust of its turbu lent inhabitants, who were as restless as the waves that surrounded them. French and Spanish settlers super ceded the Indians; these were fol lowed by English nnd mora Trench, then more English. After these enme, iu 1800, Scotch Highlanders, driven from their homes by unjust laws. These latter settled in Nova...

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

,., ,, JJ. 'M"lV ' i "&t Wv . -Tr.r- "- - ,., . kv PLENTY 0.F NKIiVE. Express Messenger Stands Off Train Robbers in Oregon. KtpftiKi'il to C mid Out of tlio Cur or to Ac! tutt (tin litiudlt ami They Fluitlly )! It Ul II II lllld .loll. Eugene, Ore., Oct. 21. The north bound Southern Pacific overland ex press, due hero tit .'1:42 Wednesday utoriif utr, wuh hold up near Wnlker'n wlaUor,, IS jtillcH Hont h of hero, nt hroc o'olook nnd the express car bad ly damaged, but tlio booty of llxej robbers amounted to little. The ox prohH car was blown open with dyn;i inilo and 13 ..press Messenger tihnrlcH wii'h ordorcn out, but he refiiKed to go and with 'IiIh sliotgun connnaiided the situation Innldc tlio car. The rob beiH ordered him lo come out or bo blown ii) with the. enr, but he re sponded: "Mow, and be d d." Tlio our wuh then riddled with rifle bul lets, which did not Injure the messen ger, who hept up a continuoiiH II ro from the itiHldu which held (ho rob bers at bay. A charge of...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1901

A i- .4 siujuiiiiiiiiiiuuuiiiiujiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiimiiiiiuuuiiiiuiiiiuuuuwuiiiiuuiiiiiiuii THE BEST NEWS OE NEBRASKA. a?nniM?nMirH!rH!f!fTm?nTTmTmmTTTnHn!!i!nnnnnTTTTmTTmfTmTTTTTTTTmTmTmK Minn llnrney Won Ilor Oiimc. Uncle Sntn Is carrying Miss Anna M. Harney ull the way from San Fran cisco tffthe island of dolo, In the I'lill ipplnes without n cent of cost to hui in order that she mny join licr fiance, Assistant Surgeon Thornton, of the army, and become his wife. Miss Har ney is a Nebraska girl, of Otco coun ty. She had a hard and heart-breaking tight of it to obtain government consent so that she might go to the new possessions on a transport. She told her love story to Senator Millard, and he transmitted it to the war de partment. Many objections were raised, but all fell before the young woman's pleadings, and then the gov ernment said that, since there was no telling whether Dr. Thornton would marry Miss Harney after she arrived, and if he did not she would be a charge upon the...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 November 1901

?PCt?--T-.-n-.-J'- r ,. - t,.WF t-" ('T-- -.-T-rw n r'i!iTijriirr7,TjTr'i ji!1'.1 r,i ; w ! r ,- 1 V I K k Am vm i i i m y V'1 M FV1 CUHIS WMtHt AIL USE FAILS. Host Coutdi Byrup. Tiutcfl flood. In tlmn. Hold oy dnisrKlntii. (jDr. . "PF. Keeling, Kotimliu, Nebraska. Offlco in Kroliug building, hccoihI floor orth of AynoH' hardware store PETER KISRKER, Dealer In MEATS HigliCRt market prico paid for HidcB, Lard, Tallow, olc, .a., x,. stiees, jvt. r. NEMAHA, NEBIt, Tenders his professional services to tlio citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaithcr's ofji'co. 6 7 I JOHN A. HIATT, Dealer in HARNESS and Harness Supplies NEMAHA. NEBRASKA J. C. CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler All work guaranteed. Leavo rdera at L. H. Huttles' Btore, Nemaha, Nebraska BB1MBLE S COOJVS Proprietor of tho Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBE. Good Dray in connection with Livory Satisfaction guaranteed. J.t H. SEID, Brccdor of Thoroughbred Poland China HZOC3-S. Farm ono and ono-lialf milo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1901

fit rf Vt jTtnTr t f rt . . " ' y J', w , VOLUME XL VI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, Jflol. DUMBER 20 juawvMtHnntTi6tflxrma&fmm3cm'msaatButl!awmtKj&l miuwiuiMwjiHwuwtMuiaiiiNii .. mi i. i.ihwi .iniawM it r I fo$$ 1J P V h h ' J GILBERT & Bra Best and cheapest lino of UNDEEWEAB on tho market See our variety and got our prices on HATS AND CAPS before, buying The Big K Brand of can't bo beat for the money A splendid lino of OUTING FLANNELS at right prices Prints, 5 to 6c Ginghams, 7 to 10c A good lino of Woolen Dress Goods Shoes and Rubber Cxoocls Wo have given special attention to this lino and can gtvo you as good goods for your money as you can got anywoere Victor, the best northern spring wheat flour, $1.10 per sack The beat high patent fall wheat Hour, SI. 00 per sack Best granulated Sugar, 17 pounds for $1$ Everything in tho Grocery t A car load of Minnesota Potatoes just in k "! tarn .iMil n .1 1 k ... F VAU1IU lli uuu anu uo iui Oar load of Michigan Salt jus...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1901

U' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - W. W. HANDKKH, VuiilUliar. NEMAHA, - " - NEURASllA. 1901 NOVEMBER. 1901 2 WES. mst. WOk. mi. SAT, 7 1 2 7. A 6 SDK. xon. I Y I Jill V7 18 I 24 25 y 8 75 16 I 14 21 22 29 23 I 28 30 ? ? 7 i i i &y$'y&iySi'$i$i,Gi'i $ TOPICS OF THE DAY. .Miicli .Mont Coiirtooin. Lol, us all tnku a Iohkoii from Admi ral Hclilcy, and, unload ot lolling a j;ciilluinan flint I10 Hon, urge gmitly thai, lib memory lias a ricfuctivu lluo. It'a ever ho much more ooiii'Icouh, r.iul o "Don" ami "Honor." Oon. Wade Iiuh iHsuod "it circular in iioiitiicrn Luzon, rtoliifr away with 1 lie Kpatiinli tltlca of "don, Honor, honora and Konoritn," and Klviiitf for t Iiohu appellations the Amerioan oqulvalontn of Mr., Mrs. and Mian. Wlllirlnilim n Total AIinIiiIiut. The youiif,' qiioon of Holland Ih a total aliKlalncr and ostentatiously re fuses on all oeoaHlons lo lake wluo. Kho Ih Ha id to he the only teetotaler anions roljjnlng monurelis, If wo ex cept the Hiiltau of Turkey. I'luoli...

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