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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1901

h r A- H- i t 1 X fl s QY Marion mrttiNViM J N'T it most time for Lotty to be back, father?" naked Mrs. Har low, breaking the Bllenee that had long1 brooded in the room. Her husband rose stiffly and crossed to the window. "She's jest eomin' into view," he nnld, his eyes on the point where the village road emerged from the screen interposed by his own orehnrd. His face brightened as the lithe young figure came briskly along beneath the arch of winter boughs. Letltla always conveyed the impression of abounding, radiant joy. in a mo ment she spied him and waved her muff gayly. The Harlow house was but slightly removed from the street, its severe, uncompromising front unadorned nave for the fan light nbovo its green door. Letitia deprecatlngly eyed 1hjs door as she hurried in at the side gate. It had always been a trial to her; but, to her petitions that it be replaced by one of modern make, her father had unexpectedly turned a deaf ear. So it had stood in his father's day, and no it sh...

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. — 22 November 1901

-w- .ijwasmr aaasjwBSBraEssKifc. - If f'J I IV I THE BEST MEWS 0E NEBRASKA. I UnTmnunnnTTnvTnTrnnnnnnTrnnnTfTTnnfTnnnnnnnnnnTTnnnnnnTfnnnnnR .ottriif4ku l'oMlnl All'iilm, Tlic annual report of tin fourth iih niHtnnl poHtniiiHlt'i' ffuornl shown t li folluwiiifr fiit'tH for XcbriiMkii: During the year untied .Itnie, 11)01, there wen 1() prculdontlnl and il()7 rourf Ii-cIiihh VOHliuaHt ci-K appointed. There were llf. preHidenllnl and IKIS foiirlli-diiKH olllces, the receipt h of which were .iil.rir,7,(i0r.rl. Dm-liitf the year M post olllces wen1 PKtiibllHlicil, fifi dleont in tied and l names and niton changed. Of presidential pontinnHterH one re signed and three coiiiiiiIhmIoiik expired. 0 foiirth-ohiHH 10.' nnlf,'iictl, 10 wero riMiuni'tl uml 0 died. Wol'lll'K l'lllf Pllllllt. Gov. Savage Ih (ptietly wo,' 'ii(,' out jilaiiH to appoint a coiiiiiiIkhIou of five to rulne fundH by popular mibseription and take charge of a slate, exhibit at St. LoiiIh in It)!).'). The eoininiHHlon, if t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1901

JL V i r J. RENAMING THE BIRDS. BnKllfth NniucN ItcliiK Given Soma American Species 1- tltoSmlth- nu,liiii Institution, "The Birds of North and Middlo America," by llobert lMdgwny, chief ornithologist of tho Smithsonian in stitution, ia tho name of one of tho most remarkable publications of the new century, says a Washington spe cial to the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Some eight months ago, l'rof. Itidg way, to employ his own words, realis ing the fact that English is fast be coming the langungc of commerce4 all over the world, and that the demand for plain English terms in all walks of life is growing stronger day by day, decided, that of all sciences, ornithol ogy was one in which English could be employed to the bust advantage. He wna then preparing the work above mentioned, which gives a summary of the birds of North America as 'far Bouth as Ecuador, and, finding that there were some 5,000 species of birds on this continent, known only by their scientific names, of Greek and Latin...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 November 1901

-w - T""!1 - '. n V.r "7 T" au; m3mftwurcmnm k? r KMiIti!MMiilA?XRlff a., UUKtS YYIUHl AIL USt iAILS. ., lJ Host Ooiurti Syrup. TuMim Good. Uiw K BMMglflfclUaisfcjiMMEl (Dr. cW$. "FT". Keeling, Nonmhn, Nebraska. Offico in Keeling building, hocoihI door orth of AynoH hardware Htoro. PETER KEKKBR, Deiilur In MEATS ITigliCHt market prico paid for Hides, Lard, Tallow, etc, JOHN A. HIATT, Dealor In IfclVESS and Jlnrncss Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA J. 0. CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler All work guaranteed, Leave orders at L. II. Matties' store, Nemaha, Nebraska Brimble & Coonsl I'ropr letor of the Livery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Gcod Dray in cennoction with Livory Satisfaction guaranteed. J. H. SEID, Ilrocnlor of Thoroughbred Poland China Far.m ono and one-half inileH Houth west of Nemaha. Ordor of Hoaring and Notioo of Potltion for Sottlomont of Account. In ' In Conn tv Court of Neinnlm county, Noli. T.io Htnin of NobriiHlcn County of Noinulni, hs. I'o WIIIIiuii MuUiilii. .luui...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1901

Lr I fl U ? (tl -V SMP j ? v VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, IflOl. NUMBER 23 maianuii Jw M i ik - J f ja i wt BPinr m t 1:1,1 E BgiEll. BE w If Q est ivov- 'a-'-'aay ay? emr gm sap-amy -aft? K oC GILBERT & $ Heat unci cheiipeat Hue of See our variety anil get our prices on HATS AND CAPS ''' " before buying 5 The Big H Brand of can't bo beat A- $ A. splendid line of I OUTING FLANNELS Prints, 5 to 6c Ginghams, 7 to 10c A good lino of , Woolen Dress Goods W if " Shoes and Rubber G-oods We have given Hpocial attention to this line and can give you as good gooda for your money as you can get anywoere . V VIUIUI. till) UDSkUUIUIciil oyimr, ......v ....-.., ,... r... in-i- 4l. l,t n.iliorn ur nn rollout if The best nign patent iau wuem uuur, Everytliing in the Grocery . . . 4 1 t I. 4 1...a I A car load of Minnesota Potatoes just in Como in and aeo ua for Oar load of Michigan Salt just in $ GILBERT & M-CANBLESS J Local 3STews Cull on uh for job work. Dime social...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1901

r i iV.f ' v I . W ij THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. IV. HANIUJKS, PiililMior. NEMAHA, 7. NKIJHASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. .Not Y( Acolli:in-il. ArpiltmliJo, hnvhifr licuril of Jt vir tue, wiih going 1o fry u liuliciis corpiiM, but tlio government ili'citlcd Unit, u writ of thnt IciinJ IiiiiI not yd been iiculimuteri in tiic. i'lillippini'H. Ovcrnorkln; (iotnl .N'lilurc. Tho trciiHtiror of a liuncvoleiit order wlio liirnccl the funds of lh Hooicty into lil privnto litiHlncflH and then lout cvcrytliing in to bu helped out of Ills troublo liy it popular uulmcription. We're a wonderfully forgiving anil good-natured i)i'oile. Ta in in it ii )-'n Hnlnry I.Ut. (Jrentcr Now York's Tuininuny Iiiih worked up uiunlcipai HiilaricH to a to tal of $-14,000,000 a year, Including M0 men with a naliiry of $-1,000 or more mid 03 wllb $10,000 or more. Tho Tainmany milury list etill.s for nearly three times tlie amount aid limt year to tho United States army, composed of 08,000 men. ImUntliiK Our reunion Hyn...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1901

V A 1 r" THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SAM)i:ilS, l'ubllntior. JNEMAUA, - - - NEBRASKA. ' DO THE NEXT THING. When Napoleon heard his soldiers talk ing about taking Vienna he gave them this memoruble advice: "The way to tako Vienna Is to take Vienna." Have you anything to do? Qo and do It. ' Time will never wall for you riiuugn yuu sue it. Shirks, llku drones, will never thrive. Out there, man, and look alive! 'TIs n good and helpful plan, Only try It. Then, like a courageous man, Square life by It. Do the next thing now, nor say: "To-morrow Is another day." There's that letter, long delayed, Go and write It. That bad temper you've displayed, Try to light It. Take back that unkind remark. Stab no enemy In the dark. You'll not pass this way again To undo It; Cut your swath of ripened grain Ere you rue It, To the Mnsiei's granary bring Sheaves, not leaves, for harvesting! M. L. Itayne, in Chicago Record-Herald. Copy right :d, :goo, by the J. D. Llpplncott Co. CIIAPTEB XVII. Benton's mu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1901

-"WV-TTl "" - w, i M . The Nebraska Advertiser W. V. Sandkhh, publHlicr FRIDAY, NOVKMBBIl 20, 1001. CHAMPION SCHOOL Huport fur iliu liiontli ending Nov. Tot ill nunihur of (Jays taught. 20. Total numher of pupllH oiirollotl, .'10. A virago daily utttindiuice, 21 . Th'Ho nulthvr iibsont nor tardy diir, ing tho month : Locklo Hoborls, Grace 1'nlmor, Sarah Palmer, Motu Arga bright, Dunn Argabrlght. Nunnlo Day. Johnny Huwxby, Frankio I'ulinor.Eurl Copeland. Not missing but tardy: Loo Thomp son. TIiobo missing but ono day: Nellie HiisshII, Until Argabrlght, Eugene Itueaell, Molvin Colorlek, John .Smith. Coka B. II HK1IN8, Teacher; SCHOOL EEPORT OF DISTRICT NO. 70 Following In the school icnort for difltrlct No. 70 for tho month ending Nov. 22: Number of day taught, 20. Total number of pupils enrolled, 28. Tm umber of pupils not absuut during the month, 11. Number of pupils absent but ono day, 11. TIiohk not absent during the month were Clictilnr J.ogiMi, HIJiihogan.Mndge Lytle. Amy Lytlo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1901

as V 1 hi A- i 'V r nw v v ! & A . ,.'- .' OUR FIRST THANKSGIVINGS The Proclamation Issued by General Washington Pro claiming a National Day of Praise. PROCLAMATION Ky Tho PRESIDENT Of The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. A PROCLAMATION. "Whereas, It Is the duty of nil Nations to Acknowledge the Providence of Almighty God, to obey his Will, to be grateful for Ills Uenellts, and humbly to Implore his Protection and Favour: And wherensboth houses of Congress have, by their Joint Committee, requested me "To recommend to the People of tho United States a Day of public Thanksgiving and Prayer, to le observed by acknowledging with grate ful Hearts tho many Signal Favours of .Almighty God, especially by affording them an opportunity peaceably to estab lish a Form of Government for their Safe ty and Happiness. "Now Therefore I do recommend and as sign Thursday, tho Twenty-Sixth Day of November next, to be devoted by the Peo- such as have shown kindness to us), and to bless them with good Gover...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1901

J!!!!JsJJ77f5.-T-.RA'A- i(hlT.rtT, - "i :i a ri I THE BEST NEWS OE NEBRASKA, f sTmTTnTTTTTTTnnTTnnnnnnTTTTnnTfnnnnunnnnTTifnnnnnTTTTnTTTTTTTTnTTTfnnnnTs Jitnto TroiiNiirer'H llond PurrliiiMi'w. Tho list of bond purchases for tlio Htnto school fund made by Treasurer S tou for bIiioo IiIb incumbency of nk oflioo, .Inniiiii-y 1, 11)01, is as follows: CJiorry ootinty court Iioiiho hontlH, $15,000; purchased February lit, 1901, at, four por cent, faco rule. Cuming county refunding bonds, $55,000 j exchanged for 43 Ir oont. old bonds; purchased May l.r, on n basis of Vj per con). Tluiyor oounty courthouse bonds, $5p,000; bought ut u face into of ya pt;r oont. i Jlurt oounty refniiclliif? bonds, $80, 00(); jniroluiKod .July 5, 11)01, on basis of .'I1, por cent.; fnco rate .'1 por Cllt. Otoe oounty funding bonds, $11, 1)00; )itreliaMod September -, 190I, on a"i por oont. basis; faoo rato, ya por cept. Douglas oounty refunding' boudH, $80,000; purchased October 8,ll)0l, on "PJ per oont. basi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1901

A r I I SAVED BY TWO PUMPKINS. How the Twin Sinter ljieil Them to Scnrc the Murderou SllVIIKCM. WHAT WE ARE TOLD. This la the season of the "Juek-o lantern," and n. story told by the Chi cago Advance, although It deals with nn incident which took place nearly 200 years ago, is therefore timely. It is the. story of Prudence nnd ISndur unco Place, two girls who lived in the Cocheco valley, New Hampshire. At that time the country from Ports mouth to Ossipce was an unbroken wilderness, and settlers were few. The Place family lived in u log house in. a small clearing. Indians occasion ally called nt the house, and Mr. Place always treated them courteously, and aievcr sent them nway empty-handed. When Prudence and Enduruncc, twin sisters, were 14 years old, Mr. and Mrs. Place, with the younger children, went on a visit to Portsmouth, leaving the twins to keep house. During the first day of their home-keeping the girls gathered the big yellow pumpkins from the field and laid them in a pile...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 November 1901

iflurt i I i tv I' t :i P hft 1 ,. .lJS,,,ta. "L"1"1 LL lL!lt JAILS. .. El Hort CotiKh Syrup. Tiwtes ((inmi. Uko IJ In tlmo. Poiii nrilrmrglnM. IH IC"jiJtiiisiiiiri7BEl t T- jg. TT. Keeling, Noninhn, Nebraska. Offjco in Kcollug building, second door ortli of Ayiios' hardware Htoro. PETER JCI3JHCJSR, Doulorln IM::EJ.A.Ti3 Highest market price paid for Hides, Lard, Tallow, etc, JOHN A. HIATT, Deal or in and Jlnnicss Supplies NEMAHA, NKMHASKA J. 0. CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler All work guaranteed. Leave orderH at L. II. Hattlea' store, Nemaha, Nobrnukii Brimble & Goons v , JVoprlolorof Hie Livery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connection with Livery Satisfaction guarantoed. J. H. SEID, HroiMor ofy Thoroughbred Poland China in" ono and ono-half miloH bouUi west of Noinalia. Ordor of Uoarinc and Wotioo of Jotmon for Sottlomont of Account. In IlinConutvCourl of Nnmnlinrniiiilv, Noli. I lV i,M,,nnr N,.,nH! omiiyof pji.in.ilm, no. 1'oWIMIhiii Mi-Cnln. Jiinii-H T. Ilnul...

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

E3 'J CTT A taT'' i i , r ,. VOLUME XL VI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER (5, JflOl. NUMBER 24 w O h "W. " I! f J" " -4 3iopmtninninn,iinwwciT 43f?f445f4MX4fJWfX-5f;f OILBEET & Beat and cheapest line of UNDERWEAH on the market See our variety and get our pi ices on ATS v r ) TV 5 The Big H Brand of X can't be boat A splendid line of OUTING FLANNELS Prints, 5 to 6c Ginghams, 7 to 10c tV Vr A. good lino of Woolen Dress Goods 5 at bed rock prices . if Shoes and Rubber G-oods We have given special attention to thin line and can giv you as good goods for your money as you can get uuywoero tV Victor, the best northern Bpring wheat flour, $1.10 per sack The best high patent fall wheat Hour, SI. 00 per sack tV Everything in the Grocery Line at bed rock prices I A car load of Minnesota Potatoes just-in TV TV Vr TV TV TV TV TV tV tV tV Come in and see- us for your winter supply Oar load of Michigan Salt just in lbert & m?mwBhms tV MMMMMW fc Local News Wintfar weathir. It snowed Wed...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 December 1901

vnwHtWtMwttlx h h w m B.J i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i i XV. XV. HANDKUH, Publisher. NEMAHA, - - - NEBRASKA. t&$twA&tw-wy& 1 1901 DECEMBER. 1901 4 .... J44x$xJ4 TOPICS OF THE DAY. Tlic Wlckoilrnt Spot n Kartli. A New York preacher liiHt Sunday devoted his sermon to "this wickedest block In the world." It is on Stanton Ktrcci, hi Hint, city, and consists of ticvun Iiouhch, containing 1,000 fami lies Ootid nml Plenty. Embezzlements by bank cashiers mid clerks arc not frequently report ed In England, but when one of them docH got IiIh hand Into the deposits lie gets it in deep. The Hank of Liv erpool's bookkeeper, for example, has absconded with itSSO.000. If 11 1 ft (to I-'enfure of Iie .furiliin. The Torduii, during its course, falls over 1,200 feet. At no point is it nav igable, even by 11 small craft, to any considerable distance, and presents the unique spectacle of a river which )ias never been navigated Mowing into u sen which contains nut one living creature. Not 111...

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

H' fm tr 1 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER in i ii- .- i XV. XV. SANOIMIS, Publisher. NEMAHA, - - - NEBRASKA. RELIANCE. Along about las' fall, when nil do trees be gin to shed An' do wind It hep' a-blowln' ilorco an strong, Do blossoms dey done wilted, nn wo let 'cm all fob dead. It's certain dey was treated mighty wrong. -An' do pnowllakcs took possession wlf an Irrltatln' nlr Dat 'ud sho'ly make yoh Indignation bile. IRut dem blossoms dey Jes' whisper dat dey dldn' muchly care. Dey was boun' to git delr lnnln's aftuh while. 33em snowflnkes dey done frollclc like dey gwintcr stay foh keeps, An' iley piled up snowdrifts over an' aroun' X)o places whah do vl'lct an' de dandelion sleeps. An' dey soys: "We reckons dat will hoi' you down." But hyuh dem blossoms Is to welcome Juno timo nt yoh gate An' chahm dc skies to give an answcrln' smile: Dey knowed whut dey was tnlkln' 'bout when dey made bold to state Dey wus boun' to git delr lnnln's aftuh while. So when I sees do Happy Day a-goln' roun ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 December 1901

&m cffg ar T ijit nn S3U6EalJBfl '''JuLi ilZi' ' ..iiiis Hit .'," '.!.. J8fiwniqoBiiiMMi tfmt Brilliantly Lighted it tho pathway that loads to our jew elry department. Of gems of "purest S, H, AVEY & CO, S. H. A VEY & CO. ray serene" we carry tho finest stock und at most reasonable prices to be found anywhere. Wo Invito you to Inspect them. -FOR are still selling a number of tho CHRISTMAS GOODS WELL KNOWN PIANOS. Your Watch 'r I '. IH I "Wo havo always had tho reputation of soiling a flno class of goods and at prices which wo guarantee. Our Elegant and Jewelry,Watches,Silverware Have been carefully selected from THE EASTERN Valuable Things Anotlur They're Beauties Beauti ful rings for beautiful children. The child that is old enough to ndmiro anything is certainly old nough to own a ring. The child whs has loving parents should have ono of our rings. Thoy are not expensive, but they ate beautiful and wearable. Most Natural thing in the world 1b for u womnu to try to be b...

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

y ! I A 'ts HIS ANNUAL MESSAGE Synopsis of the President's Rec ommendations to Congress. He Touchc Uj) on Mnny Important QucfttlmiH Anionic Them Trunin, Irrigation "Works, Inthmlnn Cnnul nml Other Thlnjcn. The following is a comprehensive sum mary of President Iloosovolt's message to congress: The president begins his first annual communication with an official announce mont of the death of tho late President McKlnlcy, and a eulogy of his former chief In which he says: "It Is not too much to say that at the time of President McKlnley's death ho Was the moot widely-loved man In all tho "United States, while we havo ncvor had any public man of his position who has been so wholly freo from the bitter ani mosities Incident to public life Ills po litical opponents wero tho first to bear tho heartiest md most generous tribute to tho broad kindliness of naturo, the Awcetncss r.nd gentleness of character which so end oared him to Tils -close asso ciates. To a standard of lofty Integrity In ...

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

MMIWvWtl I THE BEST NEWS OE NEBRASKA. TTTnTTTnnTTnnTTnTTnnnnnTTnTFnnnnnnnnTTnnnnmiTTTfTTnriTTTTnTTTTTTnnfTnnrB Ahtincrt Privilege ' Mull. Lloyd Hunter, of (Snide Hock, has been arrested for sending obscene, let fern through (lie iimilH. 'I'lic olTeiiHc was committed February II, a day itpnu which valcntincH, both lender and grotesque, aro considered tlie l)ro)er freight for (he inuilhngn of Uncle. Hani. Hunter Hclectcd three of Hie iiiohI. grotesque and abusive ho could find and hciiL them to one Mrs. C. West, of Guide Hoek. The valen tines did not convoy the extremity of tlio sentiment which Hunter felt, it is alleged In the Indictment, ho he proceeded to write upon the margins words and phrases too obscene to be placed upon the records of the court. Not ii ltiiNlicl of Grain. "Grant Is one of those Nebraska, counties which did not raise a single bushel of grain thin year, but when it comes to cattle we don't take a back Rcat for any of them," said H. M. Mo ran, a Hyunnis cattleman...

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

I Si. Idlll MSA II It rHAT A LEADING AGRICULT URIST SAYS OF WEST ERN CANADA. arof. Thonittn Slin-nr of Minnesota Unlvcralt) fllvca an Uiiblaned , Opinion. In a letter to "The Farmer," St. Paul, dated Sept. 1st, 1001, Prof. Thomas Shaw, of the Minnesota State Univer sity, has the following to say, after having made n trip through Western Canada: "The capabilities of the immense area known ns Western Canada are but little understood on this sideof the line. Our people are apt to look upon it as a region of frost and snow, a coun try in which but small portion of the land relatively will ever be tillable because of the rigors of the climate. True, the climate is cold in winter, but Western Canada has, nevertheless, just that sort of climate which makes it the most reliable whent producing country in all the continent. ! AN IMMENSE AREA. Western Canada is not only an im mense area, but the same description will apply to those portions of the country that are capable of being suc cessful...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 December 1901

r V- tilr V A iwtiM n N sl Ui -ii; r.u li (JURIS Will It ALL tLSt MILS. 3 ISi ltflt Couirti Syrup. Twm Uuoil. Urn In tlmn. RoM ay drtiffulsts. 2. (W$. "PT. Keeling, Nonmlin, Nolirnskn. Offlco In Ktioliny drug Htore. PET Bit KEKKJ5H, Deiilor In MEATS Highest mnrkol price paid for Hides, laird, Tallow, etc, JOHN A. HIATT, Dimlor in SiK.WSilC; S? niwl Harness Siinmics NEMAHA, NEBRASKA J. C CHATELAINE : Watchmaker and Jeweler All work KUimiutced, Leiivo ordotH at L. II. liuttloa' Htore, Nemaha, Nebraska Brimble & Coons Proprietor of the Livery&FeedSfable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in cennoction with Livory Satisfaction guaranteed. J. H. SEID, Ilrccder f Thoroughbred Poland China KCOC3-S. nn" ono and one-lmlf miles south west of Nemaha. Ordor of Ilonring and Notico of Potition for Sottloraont of Account. In tliaCnuutvCoitrlor Numutin enmity. Noli. TlioHtnloor NntiniHUa County or Niniiliu, hh. roWlllliun MuUaln. .Tiiinus T. Monk antl ylnimli M. Hemic, and all poiMoim lutr'nUMl In Mif...

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