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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1901

IKI y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - -ii XV. XV. SAXDKKS, rubllfilior. "NEMAHA, - - - NEBKASKA, THE LAND OF DREAMS. O, wonderful country of Dreamland! Th re our children wanderMn sleep Ov r fields that uro always verdant, 11 y gt reams that are never deep; Tin re always the golden sunshine ;" ,lls on fountains of crystal light; Th' rv the roes ate always thornless. And tho skies me wot.drously height. O. fair, Blowing country of Dreamland! .iul(l 1 could thy history tell, For It's not the little ones only That come under thy magic spell. "vh.il virions beyond description Oiicu come to our older eyes: A hat scenes of strange, wild beauty, V. hat marvelously perfect shies; At it sometimes, n glimpse of that City Ith Its glistening sti eets of gold. At u the Eternal Hills whose beauty, Nor pen nor tongue has told. O, marvelous country of Dreamland! e shall never thy boundaries know, t'rtll light from the land supernal, 1 ii. ods our souls with Its radiant glow! Aunt Louisa, In Minneapolis H...

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. — 8 November 1901

S ij-jji1'-1 mKK ll ' I' mXS MSlOTMiVV1 ?n'VrT,.ry!!?' - Wtw-PJH WCJfMwi U-nWriTjUWM . I-! IV 1M! lt lt DYV. 9 The Nebraska Advertiser W. W, Sandbrb, publsher FRIDAY, N0VEMHEU8, 1001. Lute PrealdliiK Elder Dr, VunFlceb nnd wife bnde tlielr many friouda faro well Inst ovnning and took their lenvo iiH missionaries to South Amotion. Thoy took the llurllngton to Chicago nnd from there thoy go to Now York, thence to Homo mid other European points, whore they will visit about elx months. From there thoy will sail dlrootto Montevideo, South America, whore thoy are to take up their mission work. A host of friends wero at the depot to bid them Qod spoed. As the train pulled out tho largo chorus on the platfrm at tho dopot nnng "God Do With You Till We Meet Again." Nobrnaka City News, Nov. 5. The Northl'lntto valley In northwest Nebraska, offers some wonderfully good opportunities to tho man or woman with u llttlo money to invest In irrigated lands. Excollent irrigated land can be bad for $12...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1901

J --t -f V T7 , T " ffT r "1 fcl'l m i 4C A-e tV TEUSTS THE PEOPLE. President Rcoscvelt Is Opposed to Being Guarded. WIiIicn to IVnlk Uip SI rod of AVnnlt- iiiKtmi I.lko Any Other Sinn 1m n .Serwuit of (lip Public, Not it littler. Special Washington Letter. OM' of (He orders oi ".'resident Roosevelt lias been (Unobeyed, ami It will never be obeyed. The superintendent of the police force of the national capital will not permit the chief executive to go about our streets unguarded, although President Roose velt has distinctly ordered that no guards shall follow him or precede him in his walks and drives. "1 am ii free American citizen," bald Mr. Roosevelt to his secretary of state, "and 1 have as much right to walk the streets of Washington city now as 1 had when 1 was chilsenicc commissioner and assistant secretary of the n:ty. 1 have as much right to walk these streets as any common la borer or merchant prince; and! shall do so without guard. If any assassin seeks my life 1 only hop...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1901

V I THE BEST NEWS OF NEBRASKA, i SnnTTTTnnnTTnnnnnnnnm7T?nTrnTTnT7nnnnnrmnnnnnnyTnTTTTn?TmTnniTTrnn HtiitlMllcnl Mnit. Tlit first consignment of the new Htnflsticut maps, which were arranged by Deputy Labor Commissioner Wnt hou mid Assistant I lodge, has been received at the stiiti'lionse. Over 1.1,--001) copies will bo printed. 'I'lie de tn 11 lid for those niapH Ih larger than expected, many requests coming from other stales. IlctddeH showing all counties, railroads, cities and towns 411x1 principal waters in (lie utnte tlie map eontniiiH a vast, amount of sta tistical information, all got together in an till t'lictlvu and jiraellcnl form. The statistics incident ally hIiow tlial Nebraska's surplus products amount ed to .$aa.'..ri.'i5,HH).H in 1001). A val nublo feature Ih a table showing the land remaining 0(111) for hoinesfoutl ors, its nature and location. .Strontr llcimiiiil for 1. 11 ml. Land Commissioner Foil 11101 and Deputy Commissioner Futon returned Saturday from a land-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 November 1901

A h ;- THE INTEEPID BOTHA His Latest Exploit Has Bewildered the British Public. Kitchener Unit Itoportrd Illm Alt lint Kun to Kiirth Jtint Trior to 1 1 In Appear unco with tlio AfjfjrcHslvo Forco Near Hothol. London, Nov. 5. llcfloctiug men who follow tho course of military operations in South Africa are be wildered by Potlui'H latest exploit. They had been convinced by Kitchen er's dispatches that he had narrowly escaped capture and was somewhero east, "of Krmenlo with only U00 burgh ers and that a scries of llritish col umns hud come into line and were in communication with one another for the purpose of surrounding and run ning him to enrth. Suddenly they are confronted with the casualty list of over .'J00 killed and wounded, including many ofllcers, and with practical evidence that Botha with 1,000 men succeeded in surprising the rear guard of the Jirltlsh force, rushing the guns and making so de termined an attack that a relieving column was necessary. The fighting was real and...

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

i)inii7iag 1 I' w & I'vr CTdbCTatlMrlJAVl IMIMS WHIM- 111 USF fAIIR Host Couuli Hrrup. Tiwtcg Oood. in iinin. hoia iy ilnmKIM. aBJClgllllsJiJfwii?KSl r. gg. T7". Keeling, Notnnhn, Nebraska. Offico In Kcolinu bulldlnt. second door ortb of AyucH' bartlwnro Htoro. PETER JCI3RKEU, Dealer In IISglicHt market prico paid ibr IlidcB, Lard, Tallow, cto, -A.. Xj. stiers, jvt, r. NEMAHA, NEBIt, Tenders his professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaithei's office. 6 7 I JOHN A. HIATT, Doalor In HARNESS and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEI3RASKA J. 0. CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler All work guaranteed. Leave orders at L. II. Battles' atoro, Nemaha, Nebraska BB1MBLE S COONS I'roprlctor of tho Livery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connection with Livory Satisfaction guarantood. J. H. SEID, Mrcwlor of Thoroughbred Poland China Farm ono and quo-half milon houUi WOBt of Nemaha. Notioo for Hoaring Olaima. In the County Court oi Nomnlin coun...

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

Cl gages. MSftpvrsP 7072" OF NEMAHA COUNTY Following is the Abstract of Vote Cast at the General Election Held Tuesday, November 5, 1 901. 2 Benton 3 3 S a I w 3 -5 h 9r G4 18 83 rj r.i igo 307 fR 60 13 9J 27 31 1279 33 IB 19 80 54 50 lf7.) 229 Gf 60 19 78 50 67 1521 229 OR 00 13 98 27 32 1314 IIZ 67.... 94 24 38 1292 gR 58 10 72 51 54 1429 flEft 00 10 109 33 35 1614 185 K 59 17 78 61 49 1569 07 ? 63 15 104 33 38 1502 gC 57 20 81 49 157 1025 207 WF 65 12 00 35 31 1418 Z 74 20 105 69 01 1037 924 R 48 12 79 13 27 1003 SBf 63 20 87 CI 50 1053 824 22 60 12 91 30 31 1329 9Bf 02 15 82 43 62 1455 fK 02 10 101 40 30 1007 152 y 04 17 80 53 f6 1090 440 SG 60 12 03 20 321250 JS 59 18 83 42 52 1597 218 ? 61 12 90 42 361379 L 71 21 73 436 22 2lw 60 U 102 414 9Hf 125 32 167 15 li'ilMI 9fi( CANDIDATES Glen Hock Lafay-1 Wash ettu Ington 0 Douglas For Judge of Supreme Court Samuel II. Sedgwick. . . Hep Conrad Hollenbeck 1' I-Dcm Wallaco Jt. Clark I'ro I. II. Kandolph Soc For Regents of the Universit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1901

4 e ? ,. t rt hi. VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Ifi, IflOL NUMBER 2L rsiOTwi,i'i'iiujitiuMjtvaijajyiiiMrrapajvg.armiBfcTi OTWOTwcmiogMwgaCTiTO,urwi:jW:ir.!Mi.urB J; ft, f V. ) 'A i Y fV .-x . 4 3f 3f f U. G1LBEBT & Heat aud cheapest lino of UNDERWEAR on the market See our variety nnd get our prices on HATS AND CAPS The Big H Brand of I can't be beat A Bplendld line of OUTING FLANNELS nt rigbt prices Prints, 5 to 6c Ginghams, 7 to 10c A good line of Woolen Dress wooas Shoes and Rubber G-oods I V"iVe have given apeclal attention to (HJ. gOOUS lUr JUUl lUVJUC MO Ju v,ouB;.uj..v. i Dm'' 1W Victor, the best northern spring wheat flour, $1.10 per sack The best high patent fall wheat (lour, 81.00 per sack $ Best granulated Sugar, 21 pounds for $l Everything in the Grocery Line at bed rock prices $ A car load of Minnesota Potatoes just in Come in and see us for your winter Buppiy $ I . Car load of Michigan Salt just in ; GILBERT & MC AND LESS; , . Local News X Coole...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1901

S35 "atW'W my JUSi.. srau: 3"Wssr it- itriowwp' CUltl V w ?? ft i 0fc w- VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, JflOl. NUMHflU 2L V k. . IM h A ftMjw..ii'M,kiiiiwiiiiii,iMiiiiTniMiin 4 3fX-H-3f GILBERT & NTCANDLE Heat a tul cheapest lino of UNDERWEAR on the market See our variety and get our prices on HATS AND CAPS before buying The Big H Brand of can i uo uuuu ter iuc money A splendid line of OUTING FLANNELS at right prices Prints, 5 to 6c Ginghams, 7 to ,10c A goad line of Woolen Dress Goods -- i RVinoG p.mrl "R.nhhfir rt-nnrl.c: Iw o" rrl ;rlVe have given special attention to ": ' L;i i. goods tor your money row Tovj' Victor, the beat northern spring wheat flour. $1.10 per sack Tri'e best high patent fall wheat (lour, Best granulated Sugar, 21 pounds for $1$ - &- 0-' x -I-- J Everything in the Grocery Line at bed rock prices i A car load of Minnesota Potatoes just in J Come in and see us for your winter supply . Oar load .of Michigan Salt just in GILBERT &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1901

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER "i" W. V. HANDF.KS, Publisher. NEMAHA, - ' - NEBRASKA, -A$&Art&iSvM&$& 1901 NOVEMBER. 1901 TOPICS OF THE DAY. Hunt Vote? C'OHt If I. II. Tt is estimated that the recording of encli vto cast in Now York recent ly will cost Hie municipality an aver age of $1.11 per vote. Tribute I3iicted hy the Sea. The toll which the sea takes from Uiohc who triiKt it for u livelihood is pathetically illustrated in tho an nonncctnent that the fishing season jtlHt closed llllH COHt tho single )OI't of Gloucester, Mass., thu liveH of no less thun 02 of its Ktalwart fishermen. Ilcyond tin Power of I. a v. Touching' that question of (ho legal definition of intoxication, a Connect icut judge holdH that women are not competent to Hay when men are In toxicated. This may be so, but no court can prevent them from ex pressing their oplnioiiH on the point when tho men come homo at two o'clock In tho morning. Ho Never Drop Any. After J. PIcrpont Morgan had punned through t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1901

- - -AXIMSMiwnrUK "1. ",f,Val V r" - r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' W. W. SANDKKS, I'.ubllahor. NEMAHA, - " - NEBRASKA. THE QUIET HOUR. V1imi day has lot her tires burn down To slowing embers In the west, And busy care with folded hunds Forgets her toll und drops to rest; "When shndowy pictures come nnd go, A3 twilight deepens o'er tho plain, And dewy KlUnce, breathing balm, Revives the drooping leaves again; JIow sweet to worn and troubled hearts The falling shade, the soothing pqwer Of ministries that naturo holds To bless us In the quiet hour. "We do not heed them In the din Of toll and tralllc on the street; They do not linger In the halls Where pride of wealth and fashion meet; 13ut, duties done, nnd thought released, And daylight closdn like a llower, "With home's dear place enwrapping all, How precious Is the quiet hour! C M. Goodrich, In Union Signal. (WtRAu) 'fUtiKINS.llfl Copyrighted, 1900, by the J. B. Llpplncott Co. CHAPTER XV. Continued. Despite his temporary escape, cir c...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1901

TheNebraska Advertiser W. W. Sandeiis, publsher FRIDAY, NOVUM 1JKR 16, 1001. Brownville Locals Is Hrownvlllo to liavo a canning factory ? E. E. Colo waa out to Auburn Saturdny. l'oto MoClary wiih In from Auburn Tlmrnilay. Tho medicine bIiow baa otruck tbe poaketbook of lirownylllo. A. Vandovontor waa a bualnesH vlaltor to Auburn Monday. Jobn Ackerman was Bevorely bitten by a Huvuge bog Wedni-aday. Cbarlle McLaugblln haa boon maks ing a homo viail tho past wcok. H. V. Mulr and Win. Knuffman woro Auburn vlHltora Monday. Dr. Jack, formorly of tlila place, wub in town botwcon traliiB Tuesday. MIbb Ilelon Ditto came down from Porn Friday roturnlng Suturduy. Mayor Simula is very sick but is slightly Improved at this writing. Cabbage waa offered on our Btroota Widiienday foi lj.f conta per pound. .1. N. Dillon mid family, of Peru, vlalted wllli A. Vandovontor Sunday. Tho willow gang aro at work on tho eaBt bank of the river opposite town this week. Elder G. Ilallack Howe, of Hockport, Mo.,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1901

HMH2I 1kvVJUtl MHiHWlmTli -vViJ.a..J,iVi.IAr.J-1i"wa'4i.iS BjKjfl ... -SiSsys.; "2 r Jr i FRUIT STORAGE HOUSE. Description nf One lined by II. II. Hill, One of Vermont' Succeituful Hortlcultarlntit. My house for storing fruit Is one that wns on ih premises nnd not built for tlie purpose. But I iind it quite convenient. It is a stone build ing 20x34 feet, with good walls two feet thick, well laid in mortnr, ns shown in the illustration. To make it so I could hold fruit through the win ter, I lined it inside with matched lumber, making an air space of about ten inches between the wall nnd Un- IK I 1 ' -VS&z&fZ VERMONT FRUIT HOUSE. It is a two-story house. I pro tect from cold by putting straw on kpper iloor about four feet thick dien settled. It kept the fruit well. make a fire In it only three or four tnics through the winter, on account extreme cold. could, with but little expense, c it good for cold storage by put- icight or ten 12-inch galvanized pipes' through the upper f...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1901

V v ' 1 THE BEST SEWS 0E NEBRASKA. I STmmTnnnnnTTTTnnnnnmTTmnTTnnnnnnTFnnnnnTfnTfnnriTTTTTTnTTTTnTTnTTnfj Tlic Vote for Siiii'iiu JtiriK'. All except, four rounlli-H -Dawes, Md'hcmon, Slierldnti unci Sioux nre inclutloil In the initio of election re luriiH printed below for miprcme judge. Them four count Ich combined IiihI your only cant, 8.0S8 vol oh nnd ijnvo ii plurality of !WQ for I'oynlor, fiiHlon. The cotintlrn included in the tnhlu give. Sodffwlolc a plurality of 12,78:1. The intoning eounticH will not c'hiingo llioac flguri-H nmlorlally oil Iter way. The republican eandidntoH for repent, arc elected by mihHtuntially Ihe name plurality. TIioho fljrun'8, aH compared with the hint off year elec tion, 18!)P, show a change of about, J-V 000 voIch, when it, went, fuwloii on hii preino judge I'.V practically the Hiuno plurality given to Sedgwick this year. The 80 eounticH reported cant a total vol (5 on the head of the ticket of 181, 807, an against au.'I.HOO for governor Inst year...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1901

7 j il4 SOME REVISED RETURNS. STRENUOUS STINGERS. RaWjHHwHIWPiWiWPWBPSiWi y h D I -A A Clio Itenult In Ohio Uiindlclnt Itoturni from Now York Tho Mnrylnnri Kloo- tlon Ilcsnlts Elaewliuro. Columbus, 0., Nov. 7. Lute Inst night Cbnirninn Dick, of the repub lican state committee, had tho re turns from 80 counties in Ohio, with only two missing, ami the two miss ing counties were estimated from the newspaper reports, with the follow ing results: Sixtytwo counties have republican pluralities aggregating 90,840. Twenty-six counties have democratic pluralities aggregating 23,170, making the plurality of Nash over Kilbourne for governor 07,001, and approximating 80,000 plurality for other candidates on the republic an state ticket. The total 'vote will not exceed 000,000, but it will not be known exactly till the vote is counted officially (ionium Wins In Maryland. Baltimore, Aid., Nov. 7. llcturns received in this city up to midnight and including every county in tho state give the democra...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 November 1901

Si 1 :A? ;a h '" W tefcjd :w' "ivM' A. 'SV.Rtt n -vm, ikll- KT" 1, M "$ J1V S f ' . . 4 , n t ', H ' .1 . -Isjyrw-v JsH h1 & 1 r v- Jri-T. ,c m$$ leSkr Ei T Bj '. V ;, Pi; Yy3 -v UUftS WHtHL ALL ELSE FAILS, B Ilofll CouRti Syrup. Twites Ootid. In tlmo. Hold or ilrtuwlntfi. Do 2?7 J$, WvKeeli7igt 4 ' Nonmlin, Nebraska. Offioo In Koollng building, sooond door ortli of Aynon' hardware Htoro. PETER KEltKER, Denier In -a.. e:stiers, MiP 'A- NEMAHA, NEBR, H IlighcHt market pr lie paid for HUt'B, . t . 1. k ' liMfl 1 4 Tonderi, his professional services to L the "citizens of Nemaha andtfytcinity. ' All, calls' answered. Dri Gaithor's office. ' .. 671 JOHN A. klATT, Dealer in n ' ? and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA J. GOHATfcLAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler All work guaranteed. Leave ' , ardors at. L. II. Battles' store, Nemaha, Nebraska BRIMHLE S COOJVS Proprietor of the Livery&Feed Stable HMAHA, H1BB. ' 1 1 i 11 1 11 Crcod Dray It conntotton with Llvsry Satiiihotio&gtiartatsed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1901

v O-n-Cc 4t y tt VOLUMK XL VI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1901. NUMBER 22 umMn.tMm " K-? K -'4, GILBERT & Best uud chewiest line of UNDERWEAR on the market See our varletj and get our prices on HATS AND CAPS before buying The Big H Brand of can't be beat A Bplendltl line of ATrmTvn TST w at right prices Prints, 5 to 6c Ginghams, 7 to 10c $ J A go d line of Shoes and Rubber Goods 5 Wo have given Hpecinl attention to goods for your money as Victor, the beat northern spring wheat flour, $1.10 per sack J The best high patent fall wheat Hour, J Best granulated Sugar, 20 pounds for $1$ J Everything in the Grocery Line at bed rock prices z, J A car load of Minnesota Potatoes just in $ Come ii) and see us for your winter supply $ roi 1-korl nf TVrioTiiora'n Sn.H: in sail in VCbi. JLUO-Vl VJ. iVMl&uii --,, .jwtww GILBERT & M CANDLESS; Local News. iz Nemaha is booming. Call on us for job work. Prepare for winter at once. Next Thursday Is Thanksgiving day. See Hill &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1901

B-v.e -w v,&v4Jm i i X V t t. JG tea IIW tn, ', i: '. f .1 raJ U b m ri i BzraBSBft I I I I? I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. HANI)i:itS, I'tiblUlitir. NEMAHA, - NEIJKASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. IVreenttlKi ' Ni'itrnen Lew. Thcro arc i:i,l()7 ncgrocH to ouch 100,000 white )ur8(itiH in tlio United States, us compared with l.'l,57S ten yours ago. II1I11K" Outim IIIh Way. Dewey Is an exceptionally lucky man, says tho ISultimorc American. Ho Ih to get prize money anil lio has not yet been put on trial for winning tliu batik1 of Manila. J tile Vcriio'N Mnelj-MnUi Ilnok. .lilies Verne linn begun his ninety ninth book, and baa lived to see- many of his fantastical tales of adventuru by land and sea and air come within the bouudH of possibility. Senator ('lurk it Millionaire. Mining export h ostimnto that W. A. Clark's mine In Arizona eontaiiiH oru worth ..at5()0,000,000, whleh, if true, makoH the owner the riohoHt man" in 1hc world. It In said Mr. Clark had refused $500,000,000 for the pr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1901

V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HAXDUK.3, I'ublUhor. NEMAHA, - - - NEBRASKA. THE WARRIOR'S DEATH. "What Is his bridge to Heaven?" thoycrled, And the warriors held their brcuth, Aa the grizzled king of a hundred lights Went down to the river of denth. "What Is his bridge to Heaven V" they cried, "Is It bastloned with buckles and spears. And girdled with the Iron blades Of battles of bygone years? "And what nre tho voices he hoard In his dreams? Are they tho clamors of light, Or the echoes of splendid victories tnat come As he Etands by the river at night?" "Nay, nay," nnd they stand by In wonder and awe; For all that he builds on there -Are a withered blossom, a baby's shoe. And a lock of a woman's hair, -And the only voices he henrs In his dreams. As the world dies out on his ears, -Are an old love-ballad, n baby's laugh, And the sob of a dead wife's tears. Pearson's Magazine. Copyrighted, 1900, by the J. B. Llpplncott Co. CHAPTER XVI. Continued. A whole battalion in thu regulars nn...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1901

""""""-riSa, ft m Wnsmt $JtWI i r 's fry- 111 """-ww The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. Sandkhs, publHhcr FRIDAY, JNOVKMHEIl 22, 1001. Ordors liuvo boon lulled from IJ, & M. Iieuilqimrtera to out Hixty cum of willowa at Nemaha. Tlwy will bo shipped to Itulo, where thoy will bo used In flrilelilng the rip-rap on tho on8t8ldo of tho river that whb atarted laat fall. Nebraska City News, On Tuesday of thin week Mrs. Byral Hull whb given an ubaoluto divorco from hor husband, Dr. J. A. W: Hull, by tho district judge at Falls City. Mra. Hull trua also glvon her maiden name and a almro of the property, thi costa of the court and attorneys' feos beinj; aHsessod to Dr. Hull. Stella Preua. Andy Tynan was klckod over and considerably bruisgd up by a lnrgo steer that he was trying to cut out of a bunch of cuttle one day last week. He was hit so hard under tho chin thut ho didn't know what happened to hlrn until the hired man told him tho cirs ciimstanccB. Stella news in Falls City Journal. Dr, H....

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