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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 December 1901

wT i H- --ic-dA; VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, IflOi. XUMBEU 25 iwmii(iriwaM; i uwj .atmirrtit rjtjaajreCToianAflwtrtfyMgW'tigyt-twiMrTrj ywy . yS!ys?2gg,gyg2Sl2srggg t -. r- IdLtJSJliJK 1 QC Heat and 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 I. t. I . can i no ueut ior uie money A. splendid line of OUTING FLANNELS at right prices Prints, 6 to 6c Ginghams, 7 to 10c A good line of Woolen Dress Goods Shoes and Rubber Goods $ Wo have given special attention to goods for your money J Victor, the best northern spring wheat flour, $1.10 per sack I'he best high patent fall wheal flour, 81.00 per sack P.vopvMihior hi tliB Ornpurv TAtu at bed rnek nrinns J A car load of Minnesota Potatoes just in Come in and set) us for your winter supply Oar load of Michigan Salt just in GILBERT & IV! LANDLESS 4c - K Edward E. Lowman, the Brownville , merchant, gave as a pleasant call . Thursday afte...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 December 1901

.'. I I: I m -' tr LV r, v W THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER t W. W. BANIIKKH, Lubllnlinr. NEMAHA, - " - NI3DKASKA. 4&M&i&&Mti&i&4&t DECEMBER. 1901 S$h$4H$xSxjxSJxSx$ TOPICS OF THE DAY. CIifiuiiccy'M HcftiioiiNllillltlcM. Senator Ilejicw Ih tniHlco for en latt'H aggregating $200,000,000 in vuhio, health's lulnf 11 director in 70 diiVer cnl firms nnd corporation!. TTO-l'Miti)' .11 on) ft for London Poor. A corporation in London in ven turing upon tlic gigantic tank of pro viding 2,000,000 of two-penny meals daily for the iuuhhph of tlic hungry who need tuibHtantinl food at low ilg ureu. The HlrcmioiiH Life. With free rural mail delivery, cheap telephone service and regular deliver icH from thu HtorcH, there Ih a pros pect that tlio American farmer may Hoon bo Buffering from u lack of exor cise. Tim Man of To-Duy. "The man of to-day," Bays Evan gelist Williams, who was in charge of the revival at Wellington, Kan., "spends six nights a week in lodge rooms riding the...

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

1 II K THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W.-SAXDUKS, rubllshor. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, WILLIE WILL FORGET., Father walks the door at nlsht, Hut Wllllo will forget; Father tolls with all his might, But Willie will forget Tolls that Willie may not f.rct For the sweets he would enjoy, Tolls that woes may not beset The exacting, happy boy Ah, but Willie will forget! Father guards him day by day, Hut Willie will forget; Father's wants are put away Hut Willie will forget: . Father's cravings are dented, There are duties to be met; Father takes a hopeful pride Keeping some one In his debt Ah, but Wllllo will forget! Father tolls and father schemes, But Willie will forget; Father hopes and father dreams, Hut Willie will forget; Father's busy mind Is set On a future that Is high, For the son the Lord has let Come to guide and glorify Ah, but Willie will forget I Father stays the childish tears, Hut Willie will forget; Father sacrifices years, But Willie will forget; Borne day some one's gaze will fall, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 December 1901

UUU Utl . "tXAMM.l....MM1,tf,tw iim&SisitMetouteliwiil menus of telcgnmhic communication. A C 1. t " NEBRASKA ADVERTISER SUPPLEMENT, Nemaha, Nebraska, F'riclay, Decomfor 13, 1901. kj - J m ; i Brownville Locals Mart Hall, of Auburn, was iu town Friday. Tlio father ot Dr. Kraft was in town Saturday. A hack load of Peru students were guests of Mrs. M.inlck Friday. A.J. S.ixson,of Furnas county.was looking up a location iu Brownville Saturday. Mrs. Homer and daughter Maudie returned Horn Omaha Friday, where they have been visiting since July. Mrs. Mary Giant, who lias Deen con fined to her bed for several days, is able to bo ubout again but is very feeble. John Roberts shot a red fox in the north pint of town ft few days ago, which has been mounted and placed in the collection of Prof. Fritz, the taxi dermist. John Furnas and family have re turned to Brownville to live, after an absence of five weeks in Oregon and other points. They have bought the 40-aere fruit farm of Dr. McCouia...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 December 1901

I I -W' wttW t una fcmucers, Bibles, Dolls, Doll Cabs, nDiiRfiuonH inmio Dy.tholriirm NunmhnNnl irnflUn? AH Hunt unit iliuuiuiiuly nolo to carry out nny IoLb! ir ft iture 0 22. i Tt tlio V lifirtlnr IVabody has been lt inp: -ll from ruiltoiiilitiK 'or u few iluyn dm no count of it oiipnled hand, lie not II ' ... ft n h l belweon a box nul a slovo and. Iii( ir Very unit' IiiiihI fur n few day.u. Ilti w cut back lo wink Wednesday Mrr l'j.body. who has been vlwitiim her parents, Mr and Mrs 11 Moons mtuinod to Ncbtnska City tho same day. 'I' t Mr. ai.d Mm David Krazier, Mra I SowIch, Mr.S T A iKttriKht. Mib. John Ht HiihHHll, Mm. Fuller'Bfirns, Mih, Hew Ecslio. Mrs Albeit 11. Tit up, Mm 0 A Curtis Mies Lillian Mi nick and Miss Horthu iOiioU attended a (iiiliin beo ((vim by Mm. G.T Miniek at Bracken ThurodnyV riieymiy Dave nuvcr put in an appearance- at the quilting but inailo a full hand at the diiiuer table. A week ur two a(io Flank Itu liiifj liain, one of tlio B & M. cohdtietiifa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 December 1901

i vuiiiiuiiuiiauiiuijuaiiiiiiiiiiuuauuuaauiiiiiiuuiiauuiiiijiiiaiiuuaujiiiuii? I THE BEST NEWS OE NEBRASKA. I 3minT?TTTTnTTT7nTTnnnnTrnnnnnT7TTnnTTnTTnnnnnnTTnnnrrnnnnnnTTTTnnT7TTK IiitcrcnlliiK School StiitlNtlcM. Bliito Superintendent Fowler Iiiih prepared u stuloment showing tho growth of Nebraska public schools during flu ten yearn ended wlllt 1000. Jt hIiowh Ilia I, (lie tolal school ecu wis In 1890 wan 333,243 and in 1900 377,791, n increase In I lie. leu yearn of 45,518. Tlie. tolal receipts for school purpoNeH from all Houreeii for the year ended with duly, 181)0, were $3,031), 11(1.01 and for the year ended .Inly, 1000, $1,410,400.33, an Increase of $771,283.30. Hut tlie Increase In ex penditures oxooocIh Hie increase In eeoipts, for In 1000 Hie payments forr tlio public hcIiooI system amounted to $4,401,222.07, an against $.1,100,300.20 In 1800, the difference belli? $904,021. 81. The value of all hcIiooI properly In Nebraska In 1800 was $0,01 .VII) 1.25, while In 1000 it ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 December 1901

U I - ' ... , .j SPORTING SPECIALS. Cleveland has signed u blacksmith! named Lund born as a pitcher. He throws a horseshoe curve. liob Fitzslmmons is now an Amer ican citizen. He was granted papers of naturalization in Brooklyn the oth- r week. All the wrestlers of the world pro pose to form a football team to play in 1904. Their strength will probably be in "fake" plays. Miss Previous brought $10,300 at tho New York horse sale. It was the high est price ever paid for a yearling. She will be expensive property if sli2 Uvea Tip to her name. The attendance at the Harvard Yale game was 34,000. About 20,000 people saw games in Chicago Thanks giving day. They call football brutal, but they like it. Jim Scanlon, the Philadelphia fight er, is now in Australia, according to the Melbourne Sportsman, and has is sued a challenge to any middle weight in Australia. Scanlon won some fair lights in this country. "Quality of cloth and speed of cush ions are factors which will tell con siderably in ...

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

i ,.! I; i " Christmas Trade is Coming Our Way, We have the best selected stock in Nemaha County and at prices lower than any other store will make to you on the GOODS OTJ WILL WANT TOR CHRISTMAS. Our Holiday Goods sale is now on. W e have an immense line of Fancy Baskets made by the St Regis Indians of northern New York at prices ranging from 8 cents to $2.50, These are beautiful and are being sold rapidly, Our Toilet Cases, Shaving Sets, Manicure Sets, Handkerchief Boxes, 'Gloe Boxes, and Albums are at bottom prices. We have all kinds of Mechanical Toys and Dolls, Doll Houses, Doll Furniture, Doll Carriages, Game Boards and Games too numerous to mention. Gome and buy your Boys a Hay Wagon for 25 cents. China and Glaseuare In end less variety. Plates, Gups, Sau cers, Hz,tc, An elegant embossed o piece Toilet Set for $2.25. Our Stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and GAPS, GLOVES, and GROCERIES is by far the most complete we hare erer been able to show, and we guarantee...

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

nA0HflHbIB MBbHHC-ffPFBMdKiHABMMllH yfcMptn-y -rfJ .'iffr i.r?Z ,- . ( 1 -H51 V01.UME XL VI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1901. NUMBER 26 nanw'iimww KmrtrjtmatMtiivmMvrjBnjnfiiim atoeffilef 'I S rl h i-... i k- Little Savings . . The Creeit aecret or success. What k k as old fringe tho we give 2 purchases. No Merchant can buy for Cash and wise unto Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, we remain $ Yours for Business, GILBERT & M?CATOLE$SSf Mins Eva A Me hns (he latest styles of millinery and h-r prices are light P remaking of all kinds done projnpt lv. S.itlHfaetion guaranteed. "E. S. McCandlessdealres to announce ti hiH friends that lie is now proprietor of t ho Park hotel, the only hotel In Ne rnln, and aska the pttroinme of the iinblin, u'nnranteeiriK that they will be made cninfoi table in every way. Good m.ilfl, comfortable rooms, good beds, and everything possible done to make guests feel at home Farmers are in vited to call und get their meals w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1901

xJW" "A iimaj5lory 5y&lyll Ellerbeck i;iiiuiA hesitated. She certainly had no right to enter lil.s rooms. The cats wero IiIh, and he could do jiiKt what hcllkeil with them; no one could prevent him, and the cats themselves were helpless. Helpless? Yes, indeed, poor little things! And they were ho soft and downy. Felicia had caught a gllmp.Mo of them as she went down the hall. Jt may he neccRsnry to science that some creatures should suffer, but surely it was cruel to sacrifice thin whole family of six Angoras the devoted mother and her five worshiped, nestling babies. The Professor was out. Felicia half opened the door of his room and peeped in. The alluring picture of domestic felicity that met her eyes decided her. Madam, the Angora mother, lay pur ring, Blecpily oira soft rug before the hearth, while five little bundles of soft down snufited and wriggled against her maternal side. In a moment Fc ' Hcla was on the rug beside them, her dark lochs mingling with the white fur, fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1901

SASKATCHEWAN, WESTERN CANADA, IS CALLED THE "GARDEN OF EDEN," By a Former Renttlcnt of Ilccd City, Michigan. In a letter to the Reed City, Mich .. ignn, CJnrlon, Mr. James C. Arm strong, of Meltford, Saskatchewan, says, writing on 27th May, 1901: "This Is a fine country for n poor man, as he can go out on the hay slews, and cut all the hay he needs. He turns his cattle out on the prai rie, and when he Is not using his horses, he turns them out also. There is such an abundance of food, they never wander away. "A lady, who has lived here eight years, told mo that this was the original 'Garden of Eden.' I certain ly would believe it, if we could only find the apple trees. But ns it is, we have many varieties of fruit strawberries, cranberries, saskatoons, huckleberries, red and black cur rants, dewberries, plums, red and black cherries, and red raspberries. All of these fruits grow wild. Then the flowers that dot thp prairies, making them look like a real garden. We hnvc eaten of the w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1901

TVf"" 4 ' n I '. 0 A-' "? ! i Christmas Trade is Coming Our Way, - ' " ''( J. M Vw- .?' I l! I1 I We have the best selected stock in Nemaha County and at prices lower than any other store will make to you on the GOODS VOTT WILL WANT FOR CHRISTMAS. Our Holiday Goods sale is now on. W e have an immense line of Fancy Baskets made by the St Regis Indians of northern New York at prices ranging from 8 cents to 82.50. These are beautiful and are being sold rapidly. Our Toilet Cases, Shaving Sets, Manicure Sets, Handkerchief .coxes, UiOTe .Boxes, ana Aioums are at bottom prices. We have all kinds of Mechanical Toys and Dolls, Doll Houses, Doll Furniture, Doll Carriages, Game Boards and Games too numerous to mention. Come and buy your Boys a Hay Wagon for 25 cents. China and Glassware In end less variety. Rlates, Cups, Sau cers, Etc. n elegant embossed o" piece Toilet Set for .5. Our Stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and GAPS, GLOVES, and GROCERIES is by far the most complete ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1901

IffliO VVt. r'MiH4 r A tauijitiw?iiaB f ! The Nebraska Advertissr v. V, Sanders, publsher KlllDAV, DEClSMUBIt 20, I001 , r -.---.... L- i Holiday Eatcs on Burlington Route, Greatly t educed rates for ihu holN days bet wpun liui ItiiKtun Btutlons with in 200 miles. rickets on sale December 21,25,31 nwd January 1. Good to return till .January 2 Ask nearest agent Burlington Route for details and in!onii,Uon,or wilto to J Francis, (Joueral Passenger Agent, Hurlltitfton Koute, Omaha, Xebr. J. 11 6jlil wont to North Hend, Nub , Monday to attend a L'olaud Chltiu hnig sale. Ho rotoried Wednesday and says ho bought romu fine slock to add to bis herd Nemaha (Neb ) Ad vertiser. The wilter had the plca-mio of meet ing Mr. Sold at tho sale referred to and can assure Poland-China fanciers that ho succeeded in capturing iuiuu of the good things Mr. Day sent thtough the ring. Western Swino Breeder Hobt W. Furnas, president of tho ftebrneku Pioneers' association, has sent out to the old settlers of ...

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

JS L t & ? THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - llll ' V. W. 8ANDKH8, I'ubll.hor. NEMAHA, - - " - NEBRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. The IiiMtiiliiKH of Juntldc. Tlio inntiltir (IccIhIohh Hiuh fur hIiow four jiifitlci'H Icanliitf on way, four jiiBticuH loaning the othur wuy and Justlco llrown leaning both vay. Crar Huh U7 I'Iij'nIHiiiik. No other sovereign in tlic world lias no many phyRlclatiH iih the czitr. They number U7 and aru all Hcleeted from among the niedjcul celohrlUcH of Kuu bIu. .Mriixurnl i I'lmii'L Dr. See, of the United SlutuH naval observatory in Washington, ban jiint concluded a meaHiiroment of the plan et, Mercury with the large lelo.seopa of that iiiHtltutlou. Its diameter is found to be 2,058 miles. Ilnlf-Mllltoii CoiiIcm Sold. Lanl year there, were Hold in Kn gland 8,000 copies of Mrs. Jlenry Wood's "East Lynne," bringing the copyright Kales of that book up to 600,000 copies. Few books had so great and so constant a sale as Mrs. Wood's best-known novel. Former .Millionaire i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 December 1901

h .-v THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER -.., XV. XV. 3ANDKK3, Publisher. NEMAHA, - . - NEBRASKA. THE SONGS MIRANDY SINGS. Mlraiuly's voice Is gettln cracked, a llttl iiunvcr lloats From out her pretty mouth when she at tempts the higher notes, An', ull In all, though still I love her Just as much, I know She cunnot warble like she did some thirty years ago. Hut lots o' times, when I'm at workaround the barn, 1 hear, In some old song I'd halt forgot, her voice a-rlngln' clear, A honeysuckle of a tunc that round my ol' heart clings An' fresh with youthful blossoms are the songs Mlrandy sings. ' It's "Hard Times Come Again No More." "John Anderson My Jo," Or where that feller talks to Tom 'bout "Twenty Years Ago," "Ben Bolt," "Lorena," "Homo Sweet Home," cr maybe that ol' tuno That makes you walk with Bobby Burns the banks of "Bonny Doon." I wouldn't trade u one o' them ol' melodies we knew Fer all these new ones writ about a Hun- nah girl er Lou, Since wo had sweet ol' tunes them days an' not t...

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. — 20 December 1901

'f 4 M ) -. 1 e 'fj!r?ri'y""'ri'i"s"iiu -Mi.1iiB,lM.;i. SfSE e UUKtS WtttHt AIL USE f AILS. .. EJ Hct Contrti Syrup. TiwtcsOood. UnH In tlnin. Hold jt rtrticHlt. Hf TJS3SZ Qr. W$. W. Keeling, Nonlalia, Ncbrnska. Offico in Keollng driij! store. The Nebraska Advertiser 1 W. VV, Sandkim, publshcr FKIDAY, DKOEMHEK 20, 1001. PETER KEltKER, Ucnlcr In .MEATS Highest market price paid for Ilulcs, Lard, TuIIow. etc, JOHN A. HIATT, Dealer hi A.1IV3ESSS and Harness Supplies JtfEMAIIA. NEHItASKA J. C. CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler All work guaranteed. Leave orders at L. II. ItattleB' Htoro, Nemaha, NebraBka Brimble & Coons Proprietor of the Livery& Feed Stable WEMAHA, NEBR. Gcod Dray in connection "with Livoiy Satisfaction guaranteed. MWfivmmi J. H. SEID, HrccJcr of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. nrm ono and one-half miles south Vest of Nemaha. J. W. SAPP EE AL .ESTATE, LOAN and Insurance Agent. Collections mndo Notary l?ublic in ofllco. BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA. WESLEY H. CLARK Doalor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 December 1901

wwiiy-vi 1,11 ...... i n ivm i i ii i mt,wr - 'a ii imp ia iiat ibj vswaiwww J 7 tier. OLUMH XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1901. .NUMBER 27 - - h y $ Little Savings Each Day $ The Groat Secret of Success, $ What shall-we eat and wear and where $ is the best place to buy is tho one great J question that has to be decided daily in J every household, and a want list for$ ' supplies has to be made out as regularly J as old Sol climbs above the trees that $ fringe tho big muddy. $ , , -" Whenever thd question of economy comes up in a family and they begin to figure on little savings here and there it is always the grocery bill that receives x . the first attention, as statistics prove v that over one-half of the average wage ;,i earner's salary is spent for eatables, -. ' and a saving of a few cents daily on all ' wo spend soon amounts to a neat little sum. In order to save keeping accounts we give 2 per cont. discount for all cash , purchases. . No merchant can Undersell U...

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

. . . 1 I I m n M THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER M...- III I W. W.-8ANDKKS, Publisher. NEMAHA, r I JfElHlASKA. CURRENT COMMENT, Along with the proceedings of the Annual convention of tins Society of Friends comes the announcement tluit there are 1(0 firms In America en gaged in the manufacture of fighting goods. Ons of the large dry goods stores in Montgomery, Ala., in owned by a col ored man who began life an a porter and made it a rule never to wive Ichh than half hiH wages. Anybody can Imitate that resolution, but the com ment la obvlouH. A new breed of chickens junt. re ceived in New York from China has tailB 12 feot long. They are lept in cagCH, and when they are taken out for exercise an attendant goes along to hold up the featherH. The hens lay SO eggs a year, which are hutched by other hens. Senator Daniel, of Virginia, lives in very modest style in Washington, and 'lias for 30 years spent nearly all of IiIh money In paying off debts incurred by a relative in the panic of 1873. The...

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

VMm j3 m m 1 mm I SAUliliilUUUUUUiliJUaUililiiliiiUUUiiUUliUUUiiiiUUiillUliliilUlliiilUUUililiiilie TEE BEST NEWS sanmTnmmnnTmnnTTTmTTTmnnnmTnnTmmmTTmTTmnTTTTTTnTTnTTmTTTmTmTK ( Thinks It Would Help. Labor Commissioner C. E. Wntson is optimistic concerning the prospects for n state contention of real estate dealers. "The splendid enthusiasm manifested by the real estate agents In favor of it state .convention," he ays, "cannot but be extremely grat ifying to all who lufvc the. best inter ests of Nebraska nt heart." On Mon day another letter will bo addressed to the real estate men, asking for tl eir views in regard to the date and place of the convention, the matter of programme and the selection of u committee to lake chnrge of the con vention and nttentl to other details in the work. Some have suggested that two conventions be held, one for -the south Platte and the other for the north Platte section of the state; but Mr. Watson is of the opinion that, iv solid state convention wo...

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

P 'i Si l" The Nebraska Advertiser W, W. Sandkiih, publfllicr PIllDAY, DKCEMKKJl 27, 1001. Brownville Locals Gertrude Sinitli la at homo speiulitiK licr vacation. Ed Parrlott, of I'oru, wua a busiMcsa visitor Saturday. llulnh Knlnoy is homo from tho atato university to epciid lila vacation. Alt our tcaclierH that touch in dis tricts away from hero are home for their vacation. There woro Christmas oxerclBCB at both the chnrchca Chtintmas ovo and a general good timo nroynlled. Willie Quillen camo down from Fioux City u few dnyB iio to mnlto his father, brother and bister a visit. John Ackcrmnn Is once more ablo to bo on the Htreel, having been laid up lor a month or moro on account of a hog bite, A. II. .tonka and wlfo, of Tabor, Iowa, camo in Monday and closed up tho salo of tho Steutoviilu faun, tind will movo bore in tho spring. Chnrllo Hridgowater fell from an ice wni?on Saturday, while unloading Ice, in such a way as to catch and hang liimself on the ice tongs, which caught iu th...

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