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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 December 1901

raXTI " ?$ . A M h 14 -v l w v.mr .r 5 MEWELL 0! TWELVE" comes throbbing on tho midnight air, A requiem yes, tho dying year Is dead: Its records written, be they foul or fair; Its mysteries solved and nil Its riddles read, the New Year camo with swift yetatealthy tread; No footfall reached the anxious, listen- Inp ear As through tho portals-ho so swiftly fcped; But now his firm, majestic tread wo hear. And so the years go, ever speeding by, And changes come, more Btrange than Lapse of years. Tho past Is gone: Why comes the deep drawn sigh 7 Why Is the eye bcdlmmed with unshed tcar? It once was ours; we drank, aye, drained the cup, Quufllng with eager lips Its happiness, Nor eVen dreamed so soon wo must glvo up Those Joys that camo our dally life to bless. ' Shall all tho tics bo severed that havo bound Friend unto friend, and very soul to soul? Shall some Lethean waters there be found That over torn nnd wounded hearts shall roll, In dcen forgetfulness assuaging pain, Healing all wou...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 December 1901

mlkv eiw. MldJOT w F AnimUmf 3 7"-l w LONIO alono nt tho tnUrnlKht hour sit ting, my soul nnd I, Harking (round of tho wind's c o m plalnt, listing tho tlmo go ly. aTrontlng each to tho other's thought, with tho moon'n tnee, sweot nnd thin, A-watoh nt tho space of the window place, waiting tho yenr begin Waiting tit usher the Old Year out and wel- oomo tho Now Year In. Heavy my noul with grief nnd pain heavy, and bowed with tenrs, Worn with tho weight of Sorrow's hand, not with tho wolght of years; And 'twlxt us many a thing of woe, many a thought of sin, "While tho moon outHldc, llko a puro-cyed brldo, wnfl waiting tho year begin "Waiting us usher tho Old Year out and wclcomo tho Now Year In. My soul It spoko In the stilly darlt spoke, and1 I shrank and hoard, 'The chorda of my being pulsed nnd leaped, affrlKhtcd Llko captlvo bird; I heard, and I knew that such words wcro truo while tho new moon, sweet and thin, WU' sad siirprlno In her tender eyes' was waltlnjr tho yoar begin "Wal...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 December 1901

- rv AMfc ? n qQ$f LONK alono at tho mhmlKhthoursIt tint;) tny soul and I, Harking Bound of tho wind's com plaint, IIhUiik tho tlnio gp by, Wrontlnjr Mich to tho othcr'n thought, with tho moon'n tn.ce, Rwcot anil thin, A-wntch nt tho spaco of tho window place, waiting the year begin Waiting u UBhor tho Old Year out and wel- oomo tho Now Year In. Heavy my soul with grief nnd pain heavy, and bowed with tenrs, Worn with tho weight of Borrow'tt hand, not with tho wolght of years; And 'twlct us many a thing of woe, many a thought of sin, WliIIo tho moon outside, llko a puro-eyed brldo, was waiting tho year begin "Waiting us usher tho Old Ye-or out and wolcomo tho Now Year In. My bouI It apoko In the Btllly dark Bpokc, and1 I shrank and hoard, 'The chords of my being pulsed and lotiped, affrighted llko captlvo bird; I heard, and I knew that such words wero truo whllo tho new moon, ewect und thin, WUh sad surprise In her tender eyes' was waiting tho yoar begin Waiting uh ushsr tho Old Year...

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

i n. $ e? .The MlOESf Airtfkfew 9 71 9 9 m L0NI3 lono at tho midnight hour slt llng, my noul and I, Harking iwund or tho wind's c o m plalnt, listing tho tlmo go by, Wrontlnff ench to tho othcr'H thought, with the moon'H tn.ce, nwcot nnd thin, A-watuh at tho epaco of tho window place, waiting tho ycnr begin Waiting no usher the Old Year out and wel- oomo tiro Now Year In. Heavy my notil with prior nnd pain heavy, nnd bowed with lean), Worn with tho weight of Horrow hand, not with tho wolght of yearn; And 'twlxt us ninny a thins of woe, many a thought of win, "While tho moon outside, llko a puro-eyctl - brldo, wna waiting tho year begin "Waltliiff uh imhcr tho Old Yc-nr out nnd wolcomo tho Now Year In. :My bouI It spolto In tho stilly dark Hpokc, and I shrank nnd hoard, 'The chords of my being pulacd nnd leaped, affrlKhtod Llko cnptlvo bird: I heard, and I know that such words wcro true whllo tho new moon, wcot and thin, "Wth and surprise- In h"r tender oyca1 wna waiting tho yoar beg...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 December 1901

A I ' v h . TO LEAVE CABINET. Secretary Gage Follows Postmaster "y General Smith in Resigning. ' Chnnjro Will Orcur Uoforo Spring Got. Crnno, of JUrtMimeliimotU, Mnjr Ho Called to Accept Trwisurr Portfolio Secre tary liny Will Cotitluuo In Cabinet. Washington, Dec. 21. It is Secre tary Gage's intention to relinquish tho treasury portfolio as soon as President llooscvclt can find a suita ble successor and he has so informed the president. Mr. Gage would llko to he relieved before spring. The pres ident has done all he could to dlssuado Secretary Gage from retiring and will SECRETARY GAGE, probably continue to use his efforts in that direction. Secretary Gnge'a determination to retire was made known to the president some littlo time ago, just how long is not known. In view of the repeated publications of late to the general effect that Sec retary Hay is about to retire from the cabinet, a statement is given with full authority touching this subject, substantially to the effect that Se...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 December 1901

,v' " s V A h TO LEAVE CABINET. Secretary Gage Follows Postmaster General Smith in Resigning. 'Chnngo Will Occur Ileforo Spring Onv. Cm no, or MnHMtcliuott, Mny llo Called to Accept Trwnsury Portfolio Secre tary liny Will Continue In Cabinet. Washington, Dec. 21. It is Secre tary Gage's intention to relinquish tbo trensury portfolio as soon na President Kooscvelt can And n suita ble successor nnd ho has so informed the president. Mr. Gage would Hko to be relieved before spring. The pres ident has done all he could to dissuade Secretary Gage from retiring and will SECRETARY OAGB. probably continue to use his efforts in that direction. Secretary Gage's determination to retire was made known to the president some littlo time ago, just how long is not known. In view of the repeated publications of late to the general effect that Sec retary Hay is about to retire from the cabinet, a statement is given with full authority touching this subject, substantially to the effect that Sec retary ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 December 1901

u" ..' A - y X 7 TO LEAYE CABINET. Secretary Gage Follows Postmaster "y General Smith in Resigning. ChntiRo Will Orcnr Uoforo Spring Cot. Crime, or MnssnchiisotU, Mnjr llo Called to Accept TrafMurjr rortfullo Secre tary liny Will Continue hi Cabinet. Washington, Dec. 21. It is Secre tary Gage's intention to relinquish the treasury portfolio as soon as President llooscvclt can find a suita ble successor and lie has so informed the president. Mr. Gago would liko to be relieved before spring. The pres ident has done all he could to dissuade Secretary Gage from retiring nnd will SECRETARY OAGE. probably continue to xiso his efforts in that direction. Secretary Gage's determination to retire was made known to the president some littlo time ago, just how long is not known. In view of the repeated publications of late to the general effect that Sec retary Hay is about to retire from the cabinet, a statement is given with full authority touching this subject, substantially to the effect tha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 December 1901

a, m i-j9?t.MKr 1Sw 1.T Sfc W ?W 7 VCJiJmi r un0 . UUIIlS WHtHfc ALL tLbt FAILS. EJ Host Couah bnip. Tauten Good, uro g PETER KERKER, Dctilor In .M.IES.ArS IligliCHt market price paid for Hides, Lurd, Tallow, oto, John a. hiatt, Duulor ir. mid Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NKMIASKA The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. Sanders, publHhor PHI DAY, DHCKMMEIl 27, 1001. Tlio Titus Nuraory fnioo am now luiuily oriKHRCf puriting nnd shipping iipplo seedlings, T. W, Wlicolcr carao In from Auburn Tlniradiiy afternoon to Heo his mothor, returning tlio uext forenoon. J. 0. CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler All work guaranteed. Leave orderd at L. II. Battles' store, Nemaha, Nebraska ii - Brimble & Coons Proprietor of tho Livery & Feed Slab I e NEMAHA, NEBR. Gcod Dray in connection with Livory Satisfaction guaranteed. J. H. SEID, Breeder of Thoroughbred Poland China nrr" ono and ono-half milos south west of Nemaha. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR 5 The 5 Minute Breakfast Food PURINA HEALTH FLOUR JU.AKXS "BEAIN B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1902

11 n , ii in iin.Mm.jj-fsK rt&rj"TJZiJiKrmimmmmm Jteftiiel MH VOLUME XL VI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FU1DAY, JANUARY 3, 1902. XUMBFli 28 Hettajka J A i ;- I Js 44444444444444444444444444444 GILBERT & MCANDLESS A large stock shoes Rubbers ceived, Call and GILBERT & M' CANDLESS Local News Sclioul opened again Monday. See M T Hilt for Ore insurance A. F. Walsh returned from Lincoln Saturday evening. Dr. George, of Lincoln, waa a Nema ha visitor Monday. Q. N. Titus returned Tuesday afternoon. from St. Joo Miss Pearl Iliatt returned from Sid ney, Iowa, Monday. The Advertiser and the Chicago In ter Ocean for SI 40 Dr. Neal, of Nebraska City, gave us a pleasant cull IVnluesday. See W V. llairisof South Auburn for Cloihlng and Dry Goods. Abe Lawrence has appointed Fred RohrB, of Auburn, deputy sheriff. Meat cutters of all kinds and prices at Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. A new walk has bean put In from the sidewalk to the door of the post otllce. Miss Mary Steuteville, of Brownville...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1902

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. W. HANUKKH, l'tildlslier. NEMAHA, - " - NEHKASKA, 1902 JANUARY. 1902$ this. WM. TBUR. FRI. r. 1 8 10 14 15 16 17 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 31 i!4i-Kee5B6lSi TOPICS OF THE DAY. NiMiulnr IIiiiiiiii'm Letter. Senator Murk Iluniiu receives three bushels of letters dally. lie rendu none of tlie letters himself, however, unless tliey are of ii personal nature. 12ocitloit to 'tint Itiili. There are notable exceptions to tho rule that "the good die young." Hov. Dr. Daniel J. llauer Ihir JiikL died at Hanover, l'n., after an autive punt or ate of 75 years, at the ago of 00. J-IICTOMl(' It Mil (iri'lltlllNN. IJy postal orders hint week more than $1,000,000 in ChriHtnuiH money left thcHo shores for Europe. And more dollars are following. Unelo Sum 1h tlie Santa GlaiiH iih well an the chief workman of the world. 'J'liu l'nor Imlliiii. A Nortli Dakota court hnH decided that it Ih not a crime to Hwindle an Indian. TIiIh Ih tdmply giving judicial nauction to a theory upon wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1902

V- A BORJ TO SERVE By CHARLES M. SHELDOtf, Author of "IN HIS STEPS," "JOHN KING'S QUESTION CLASS," "EDWARD BLAKE," Etc mmmmmmmmmmmmsBm (Copyright, 1900, bjr Charles M. Bliolclon.) CHAPTER I. THE WOULD NEEDS LOVE. "At the same time, Richard," mild Mrs. Illchard Ward, anxiously, "It comes back to tlte old question: What are Ave to do? You know 1 am not strong enough to keep house alone. We can't afford to break up our home and go into n hotel, and yet it seems almost the only thing left to do. What shall we do?" "1 don't understand why all our girls Ktay so-short a time!" exclaimed Mr. Ward, irritably. And then he looked across the table at his wife, and his look softened a little as he noted more carefully her tired face and the traces of tears on her cheeks. "Oh, 1 don't understand it! All I know is that they are all simply hor rid. 1 do everything for them and never get anything but ingratitude from every one of them! The idea of Maggie leaving nie to-dny of all the da s, just when...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1902

T-"- m n rrfiTB" The Nebraska Advertiser V. V. Sandkub, publslier FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1002. Brownville .Locals lliippy Now Your. .Ttiili?o Stull waa on our Blrccta Tuuh day. Hondmnstci Zook was in town Mon day. Hcaaio Slack wont to Nobrahka City Monday, Mr. Stonecyplior visited friends at Tor u Friday. Fditor Stowo!), of tlio Auburn Post, vviib in town Monday. Win. KnniTmnti and wife wont out to Auburn Wodiiumiiiy. Miss Pliocbe Wiilte, of Hxotur.in vIb. itliiB wltli tlio Fritz's tb In week. Pto McClaiy waa Hliuldiif banda with old Itiunda lioro Wedneaduy. JesHO LcwIh, of Wealorn, Ncbr., ia vialtlny with tlio Lowellinga lliia wock. Mr. and Mlaa McGrow, of Auburn, wo:e vieilin tho Huilln family Mon day. Tlieio ia talk of a medical laboratory boliif- uatablialied hero in tho near ftittuu. Mra. Muboii and dauyhtet Minnio re turned from an oxtonded vlait to Wia conain Saliuday Hitler Smith ju cached n very inter estluy Huntioii Sunday iilf-lil al Hie Oliihiiiiu church. MIhb Yiuiiio Cohoo ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1902

V A h J. 5, 4 , v K Record of Year 1901 The Most Important Happen ings Briefly Reviewed. ASSASSINATION OF McKINLEY. Ik m mm Bep. 4 Pre. McKlnlcy and party welcomed at Pan-American exposition In Buffalo. 5 Pres. made his notable Buffalo speech In favor of trade expansion and the Isthmian canal. 6 Pres. shot twice by Leon Czolgosz In Temple of Mu sic at Buffalo ex position; wounds examined and one bullet taken out: patient Is removed to residence of Mr. MUburn, pres. of exposition. 10 Pres. McKlnley thought to be out of danger and for llrst time takes food through the mnllth. 14-Wm. McKlnley. 25th U. 3. rre'ldent, dies at 2:15 a. m.: post mortem examina tion shows gangrene to have sei in.... Pun-American exposition ordered closed for three days out of respect. ...Theo. Roosevelt sworn as president. 17 Funeral services held In capltol at Washington, conducted by Bishop An drews of Ohio with rltea of M. E. church 19 Pres. McKlnlcy's remains placed In Westlawn cemetery at Canton. During ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1902

TALKS OF NEW BANK To New York Financiers Gage Outlines His Plnns. Favors it Central f nitttiitltiii ullli Hfln.OUO, 0110 Capital WI1I4I1 Would IIiiOwiiuiI mid v Controlled lir the LUX) Niitloiiiil lliinlM at the Country. New York, Doc. 'JO. It Is learned that Secretary Gage, In IiIh tnllc to the New York bankers invitud to meet lilm nt tlie dinner given by Frank A. Vnndorllp at tlie AlcM riipullttm club, gave more details of IiIh plan for u central bank than were included In hit) annual report. The sccrutnry wild that he would organize a eentral bank by penult tin,' each bank to subscribe to Htock of mudi a bank equal to live per cent, of it h capital, which would, Inking the. capital of the banks of the country as 11 basis of $1,000,000,000 from the l,:i()0 national litiukH, pro vide. 11 fund of about $:0,000,000. Kach $1,000 of .stock would be entitled to a ote; the stockholders to elect the directors, and llic directors to appoint tlie olllcertt. The government, ho Haiti, tdiould...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1902

Ov'.e ' V .,, A Y- ! "ENOUGH TRUST LAWS." Pronlttont I.ockwood, of tlio Anti-Trust LertRUe, CrltloUns KooaovoU's t'ub llclty Proposition. Terry, Tex., Dec. 30. M. L. Lock wood, of Zelienople, Pa., president of the American Anti-Trust league, has given out a statement in which ho criticises at length the recommenda tions made by President Itooscvolt for a national law to govern trado combinations. Mr. Lockwood con tends that there is no necessity for any further legislation on the sub ject; that the rigid enforcement of the Sherman anti-trust law would bo sufficient to suppress effectually and restrain hurtful trade and industrial combinations. He then says: "Does not everyone know that these indus trial combinations have destroyed competition, have created monopoly and are now robbing the American people of hundreds of millions of dol lars annually to pay dividends on bil lions of watered stock, and that somo of these dividends are 48 per cent, annually for water and all? What more ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 January 1902

-,' "! zatUttMUfpsab TfJ CUHta TwHUib Ml USt f AILS. ., EV kd Host Ctiimh Hjrup. TMtcn Uood. UM S Eel In tlmn. Fold or clrtiBKlntn. e1 l JJi- -i PETER KEllKElt, Oonlor In Highest market ptico paid for llidcH, Lard, Tallow, etc, The Nebraska Advertiser W. W, Sanders, publHhcr Fill DAY, JANUARY 3, 1002. JOHN A. HIATT, Denlur in HARNESS and Iliinicss Supplies NEMAHA. NEHHASKA Mr. And Mrs. 12. E KumbntiKh, who have Item spondltiK Hie holidays at Omahu. rnturnod home Friday. F. L. Woodward wont to Lincoln Wednesday to attund the ftineral of Nfrs. John L. Carson, who was buried Thursday. Mrs. E. I. Maxwell, Mrs. Frank Titus and MIbh Untile Llebhart re turned from Gretna, Nebr,, Thursday uftcrnnnn. Brimble & Coons l'roirlotor of the Livery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Gcod Dray in connection with Livory Satinfaotion guaranteed. J. IT, Seld says he helloves he finished RatherliiR corn the earliest this year of any man in the county. lie finished New Yoar's day. JtiBt received, a Btock...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 January 1902

-11 1 . .1 f ft y , ., 7 . v I :Jf ' - ' X.vW .. V V- VOIAIMK XL 1 NEMAHA, NEIHIA5KA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, IWl. NUMlHiR 29 ""jw' - k Jfc?IWUa'fMtIWMMMWMMfcWtfWAUNjnWM''a'w r'')rwr.'tJ,llJV'iJi'''"w-'P'iaiiwiii,,tlwnt,ur.W'TrCTi?tTjfiwwiuMjiiwyM Yr I f' X. MnM)nviMai fr y.- h k V k k ft- 81 6 itl 2 5 I A large stock of Shoes Over' I shoes- Rubbers, IceivecL k k k k k VSr k k k k k -k ft k k k K k k k k Call and GILBERT & BflPCANDLESS Vr -M-M'. DEHORNING John Flack has bought dehorning clippers and litced up a chute and is now prepared to dehorn any nu.nbor of cattle on short notice. Ho has the chute on wheels, so he can tuke it right with him. Give him a trial if you want any dehorning done. Satis faction guaranteed. !Tho Best 19 tho Choaoost." Not how cheap, hut how good, is the question. The Twice-a-Week Republic is not aB cheap as are some so-called newspapers. Hut it is as cheap as it ia possible to a01 a first class newspaper. It prints nil the news that is worth printing. If...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 January 1902

- r. n Wl4J'l,!tt(ffW&l&!Pl t '--, -. '"l. THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. HANIMIIIS, I'ublHIirr. NEMAHA, "- T"T NEBRASKA. J 111A' 1111902 JANUARY. lvl Iwlvlvlvlf wwm,w&$&vtt?-y&&&&& TOPICS OK THE DAY. "Where llnr.liiir In I'rohlhlleil. Hazing Iiiih been mode it criminal offense by the Illinois legislature, and offenders may bu fined $500 and Bent to jail for hIx months. HentN VlrliHN Tolejrrnirtiy. A Kentucky inventor asserts he has diKcovercd a system by which not only telegraph signals can bo transmitted without wircti, but the sound of the human voice can be intelligibly con veyed in the some manner. Ilooiu for More IenrN. Caj)t. henry married one of the nn tivcH of Guam, spanked the clericnl cranks, introduced hens, made the sailors learn the "Star Spangled llan ncr," and never lemanded an Investi gation or colled IiIh fellow olllcers by III iiameH. There might be more Copt. LciiryH to the national advantage. NmnllcHl, CinlrtoNt .Senator. Hy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 January 1902

Pvw.TT-w-Mt'j, m y ' if Li " .X h WHY IOWA SHINES. Eawkeye State Has Given Long Terms to Its Congressmen. Anion .T. Cummlnc Toll Why Kxiorloncel Alcti t tli Xutioiml Capital AVIoIcl Urtiutc! I'mviT In I.t'KMiktlnn for Tlinlr CdiMtltiieiitH. Washington, Jan. 1. Term of serv ice is the real source of power in both the Semite ami the house of repre sentatives. The state or the city mak ing' the least change in its congres sional representation reaps the ad vantage in legislation. With rare ex ceptions, the places on important committees are given to those most experienced in legislation. They as cend in grade, the same as an oilicer of the army or the navy, in proportion to their years of toil and usefulness. It is unwritten law, rarely disre garded by the speaker in making up his committees. Jn the Fifty-fourth and Fifty-fifth congresses Maine wielded more influence in legislation than any other state in the union. Owing to their terms of service her senators and representatives dom i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 January 1902

H01TftAl '? ',ttw L.E2KJ NEMAHA, f n N THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i m i ... . W, AV. HANDKK8, Publisher. - NEMtASKA. MIRACLES. It was winter tn nil the world, The meadows In miniver, When I leaned my car to u fouth hlllld And heard the rootleta stir; All Kurth wnH tlirilllnn and murmuring L.lkc the shcll-noni; of the Hen, And I heard the breathing and whlHporlng Of things beginning lo be. And the million voices of the grans Baying: "We, too, nhull becoming to push." Softly I Hole to the elm-tree's hole, Lo, the np waH shouting within, And the tree u-tremblo from root to rouI Of each tip with the coming green; And listening low to the garden bed, Up through the Htlffcned mold The bulbs were dreaming aloud In red And purple and cloth of gold; With tho soft Itttte unow drop's maiden drcKM Weaving Itself out of carthllncss. Then down I knelt by a frost-bound stream, Ah k t 111 an a dead bird's wings, And the water wiih laughing under tho Ice A million mUHlcal things, Mad Midsummer murmurln...

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