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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 January 1902

V c Iw-. h A A PLUCKY LITTLE BIRD. Golden - Crowa Kinglet Make n Fierce Attack mi an laolTuiiHlve Acaiilnn Unl, Bravery ami bigness do not al ways go together, says Dr. Charles C. Abbott, In St. Nicholas. Those who are familiar with our doorwuy birds know how effectually the house-wren persecutes the prowling eat, and drives it nway from the neighborhood of the blrd'u nest. Kingbirds drive off the crow, and even greatly annoy the flshhawk, and the hummingbirds are absolutely fearless' at times, and successfully defend their nests If their antagonist is but a single bird of another species. These instances refer to birds in spring and summer, when thu nest .?; frH GOLDEN-CROWNED KINGLET. and eggs or the young are the imme diate object of a bird's solicitude. In winter we do not expect to witness such instances of courage on the part of the smaller of our birds, hi fact, sparrows flee when a spa rrMf '-hawk appears. Hut recently I saw a golden crown kinglet question the right of an Ac...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 January 1902

- V ri . '"VJ I i is wuuuuauuuiiAiuiiuuuauiiuuiuiiiiiuauiiuuiiiiiiiiuiiuimauuiiuiiuuuuiiiiu! 1 T&E BEST SEWS OF NEBRASKA, f wiTnnnTT7TnTmnnTTnTrniTnT7TTnnnnmfnnnr?!FnnTfnTTnnnnnTTTTTTTTnnnnnTTn UUil AtlvlHci .School CotiNolMiiHoit. All ubhtlraet of Hit lust, reports of nil county superintendents In the hlnhs wart made public by Superin tendent, Fowler. The period covered In tho hcIiooI year of 1000-1)1)1. "Tlic report, shows Mini. ihn small 'schools arc L'railnr In number Hutu most, of who Know," wild Mr, Fowler. "There"! nrc 18!) hcIiooIh with mi average dally attendance of live or loss, 1,8 1 1 with leu or less, 3,528 wifh 1 5 or loss and 4,771 with 20 or loss. There aro about 0,300 strictly rural bcIiooI districts in i ho state. This inakcH nearly threo fourths of our rural hcIiooI districts In each of which in an average daily attendance loo small for vigorous, Interesting and proll table worh, either educationally, Hoclnlly or llnnncially. No lime need lie spmL in rehearsin...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 January 1902

V tiN WATE11Y GKRAVES. Collision of Steamers Off California Coast Causes 41 Deaths. A FASTIDIOUS DOG. Unknown Kronen Vinscl Struck the AVnlln WhIIii When tin) letter's rnssongeri Wore Asleep Survivors In L,if ebonta IJrifteil for Mourn nt Ncn. Sun Francisco, Jan. 4. A collision nt Hen early Tlmrstlny morning be tween the steamship Walla Walla and an unknown sailing vessel remitted in the binking of the steamship and the probable loss of at least 41 lives. The Walla Walla, owned by the Pa cine Coast Steamship company, sailed from San Francisco January 1 for Puget sound ports. She earned 30 first-class passengers, 28 sccond-olnsn and a crew of 80 men. When oil' Capo Mendocino, on the California coast, at 4:10 Thursday morning an iron bark, believed to be French, loomed up in the haze and crashed into thu Walla Walla's bow. Then the sailing vessel slid oit into the darkness and was seen no more. All the passengers and crew of the Walla Walla, except the few on watch, were asleep, but w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 10 January 1902

pyWMP"H -1 &. tl ir'jr "V-H w -n- snm'WJWWWIlll,fSPi9VI ,r T.Jl d &W ism TitnTfiinnnninfti ir,iMi I '8 n g r.lllttS WHfttf All IISF IAILS Bert CoukIi Bjrup. Tmics flood. Cm In tlmo. Bold .y drmfulnts. f Ugyy.1 fmf iy JfTTMil 2r. c. "PK Keeling, Nemnha, Nebraska. Of fico in Keeling drug Hlorc PETER KEKKELl, Donlorln Highest mmkctpiico paid for Hides, Lard, Tallow, etc. The Nebraska Advertiser W. V. Sandr i.h publplicr Fill DAY, JANUAUY 10, 11)02 How's This? Wo offer Ono Iluminnt DoIIhm Howard for any chmb of Culnrrh that citnuul oo cured by lUll'NCnliirrh (Juro, K.J.OUKN15V A CO., I'ropM.,1olo(lo, O. l-f Wo tiro now cominencin,' to clean up our li Goods. Everything in those lines will gout ties of Winter JOHN A. HIATT, Deulor in HARNESS and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA Oklahoma Feirms For Sale. Our stock winter on grow ing wheat. Mild clitniite. Prices rlglit. LUTHER II. IJARNES. Bison, Garfield county, Oklahoma. Brimble & Coons lroprlctor of the Livery & Feed St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1902

JtzxxT- J y ft. WlAl cJ tui V VOLUiUK XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1902. NUMBtfR 30 i! rm iimipuwi i'uiiiiw mjwjrjir.in awiiirwimiii ! m I MP I MB ' " ' " ' ' , ,',' ' ' " . , I I I II I II l'l l' l'l'l - ' '" '".IP l'l'" ' " III"' " " ,' "M"'--Tl ""''m'"Ti"7"'""'''" ' ' '"" W IHMIHB .,, I I l I I .l I 1 1 r I I ft A h i y- A GILBERT & MCANDLES8 Vr A large stock of Shoes, Ovetv shoes Rubbers, etc, just re Iceived Vr TV TV k TV TV Call and GILBERT & M-c-0i.NBX.ESS Live Poultry Wanted Kslfi.tg Deltveied .t the, ntore of Gilbert fc Mc Oandlens, Nemaha, Monday and Tu88 day. .Itui 20 in d 21. for which I will pay in cash tha following prices: Hans, 0 cents per pound. Young roosters, 5 cenla par pound. Tuikya, (! cuitts per pound. Fat geese, lull feathered, $4.00 per dnZfii. F;tt ducks, full feuthered, 32 75 per h 7.-U. Old roosters, 10 cents apiece. Craws to be empty. A. VANDEVENTER. My little turn had an attack of whoop ing cough and wan threatened with pneumonia; ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1902

w I ""'IWAtiSP ..... 1 x " '? ' 'SJH.'B" vp '" tot-, M i!i i' 5 m hi hi THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANOKKS, I'ulilUhnr. NEMAHA, - " - NI2IIRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Drop it Hint to the Dnnra. Tho inhnbiinntB of 1bc Danish (VcBt IndlcH ought to bo informed that Uncle Sain liaH no intention of mov ing1 the inlands from their present feographical location. I'ald More Than tlm Pri'uldent. It Is figured that Danny Maher, the American jockey who will ride the king of England's horses this year, rill earn in all about $55,000. Of thla $25,000 will be his feu for handling tha Icing's horses and the rest will coma from outside engagements. The Ycur'ft Tlencfnctlonn, Last year'a large benefactions In the United Stales reached n total of $123,888,732, of which sum $08,850,961 was given to colleges, universities and other educational institutions. No previous year's total came within $15, 000,000 of this remarkable record. Freedom of the Air. The cablo companies may have monopoly of the tele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1902

!0T OF ONE MIND. Kansas Stock Breeders For and Against Olco. , Secretary MnfTln Says tho Mnnufnetnrn of That l'rtiiluct from ttiu Fat of lloef Steer Oreatly Increases tlie Lattor's Villus. Topelm, Knn., .Inn. 9. The Knnsns Improved Stock Breeders' association elected ex-Gov. O. W. Glide to repre sent it- nt the reciprocity convention which will he held in Topeka January -21. Gov. Glide urged the Kansas stock "breeders to prepare to make good exhibits at the St. Louts cxposi- I, tion next year. He touched also on I, the effort which has been mode to di vert the state agricultural college from its original primary purpose of teaching agriculture, and Blood up for Secretary Coburn s idea that the promotion of agriculturo should bo one of the main purposes of the insti tion. The oleomargarine question crept into the deliberations. The trouble was started by Charles P. Martin, of Denver. Mr. Martin is sccrctnry of the National Live Stock association, lie represents the beef end of the li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1902

s 1 r vr is n 1 1 K3M ti f i a ! THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i i m ii,,m VT. XV. SANDKIUJ, l'ubllilior. NEMAHA, " - " - NEBRASKA. A MOTHER'S SONQ. While you sleep, I watching hear, Little hearts, how strong you boat With the pure young life-blood, swett. Unpolluted yet by fenr: Till my own proud pulses leap, While you sleep. Hid behind the fast-closed eyes What entranced dreams must Met Many a lovely fantasy Veiled from us who are grown wise Wo, who sometimes watch and weep While you fleep. Little hands, that closely hold Favorlto toys which soothed your rest; Hero a doll clasped to the breast, There a book with talo oft told All your treasure safe to keep, ' Whllo you sleep. While you sleep, the cnlm dark night Passes by bo cruelly fast. Llltlo hearts! Time seems so vast, Love Is fain to hold you tight. One moro kiss; nway I creep Whllo you sleep. Constance Farmar, In Chambers' Jour nal. BORN TO SERVE By Charles M. Sheldon, Aitborot "IN HIS 8TBPS." "TOHlf KIITO'8 QUESTION CLASS." "EDWA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1902

V : v. I I'' l JL V!! r- wk 4 . THE MINING WORLD. Just Now It 13 Deeply Interested in California. All Sorts of Mlnerala Are Norr Sought After hy the Proapectora Won- dera of the Fmnoui Const Han-e. (Special Ban Francisco Letter. RECENT inventions, the discovery of improved processes for the finicking of ores, and cheaper transportation huve made mining more proiitublc, and there is more activity in that industry on the Pa cific coust than for many years past. There ismorc territory being prospect ed, more capital invested, und less "wildentting" than since- the golden days of the "bonanzas," when any hole in the ground would sell at a high price. Mining is now more on a business ba sis, and efforts are directed towards digging the ore out of the ground, rath er than assessing the stockholders. An other cause of'the advance in this in dustry is the more general use of elec tric lights in the deep mines and a better system of ventilation, thus se curing better work, and cheaper labor....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1902

,.,. ""VI tr vr'' '?; i I '.I Ifl I FOUND BY THE DOCTORS.! S feeent iDiseovemes and tatfe Instances S lcpofted by Fafcepnity. M -tMfKafKiKfafKiKfKiKfafMfafKfwH'fK-fistHMiiHaaKfaiBV ly CSco. TIiiih. l'ulmer, M. I). No, (I. The inurtnllty from any given dis ease Is uhvnyH an interesting Htutly to the physician or (o the laity. Wo Otnow that cancer 1h the only disease which, in Hplte of the great progress in Hanltary conditions and hygiene, iucrenscs In frequency among civil ized people. Tuberculosis or oon .HUinptlon is, however, the great death producer of our people and It im portance In tlie mortality tables 1h al ways interesting. Of 40,520 deaths from nil causes, among people who were insured, and consequently peo ple who had no great hereditary taint of the disease, there were 5,585 who died from consumption. Thin nhows that among people of an ex ceedingly high degree of health, over 1!! per cent, died from consumption. Fracture of the spine or back bono has always been regarded...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1902

X V h A FOUND AMERICANS BUYING LAND AT SASKATCHEWAN, WESTERN CANADA. DOMESTIC REFORM. The Mint llccnmo n Uaclcmi Mcrnlte and the Woiunn Hntl tier Work (or Notlilnir. A MichlRnn Farmer V1H SimkMooa and In Well l'lcnned. Mr. S. K. Lent was a delegate sent from the farmers of Allegan County, Michigan, to Western Canada, to re port on the prospects for succesful settlement. Ilia report Is as follows: I went from Winnipeg to Edmonton, thence east one hundred miles by wag on. I found the country In that vicin ity a rich, black loam, varying from 12 inches to 3 feet deep; the crops are Blmply something enormous; wheat nnd oats by actual measurement often standing 5 feet in height. I have been a farmer for 40 years, and consider my self a fair judge of the yield of grain, and I saw wheat that would yield GO bushels per acre, and. oats that would yield 100 bushels per acre; not one alone but a good many. As for root crops and garden truck, in no country have I ever Been their equal for nil k...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 January 1902

,fl&M&? WBJpt. -gyifitUSWUeptR" -. v ', AMUSii tMMMIfliU I WW win A SI CUKtS WHtRt ALL USE (AILS. Ed Heat Cough Hyrup. TnMcs Oood, Ubo fJl In tlmo. Hold y uruffitifttft, I-! iimnwwmBm--wmmuBimJgmm rj -S-SHC H5!! The Nebraska Advertiser! Brownviiie Locals i r. (tjCJ. W. Keeling, , . Ncnmhn, Nebraska. Of fico in KooliiiK drug store PETER KERICEU, Dealer In lligliOHt market price paid for IlidcH, Lard, Tallow, etc. V. W. Sandkub, pnblrih er FlUDAY, JANUARY 17, 1002. R. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work gnnrnutood to kIvo mitlHfnotlou ' Wost of Court Houso Sqtiaro,So-Aiihuni,ttob Oklahoma Perrro3 For Sale. Our stock winter on row ' lt)K wheat. Mild ullinato. i'rioea right. LUTIII.lt II. I1ARNES. Blami, Garfield county, Oklahoma. l)r, Stlrrs and H I). Beelie drove to IJrownvllIo Wednesday. It IB reported there urn several caieB of diphtheria in Auburn. Call and see iih for reduced rates on magazines and newspapers. Smallpox has attain broken out in St. Deroin. The. mail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1902

A M VtfJ . VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NE1MA8KA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1902. .VUM13FU 31 mownwwi.iMWHidriL"i ajTTiwftAirVViiAritntvr-wri'fW' litefftef. i - fnftV' K ixl H. & l Local In ews Six inch .now Monday night. See M T (till for Urn insurance. Mrs Morton h nick with catarrhal fevj-r. T. C. Ilnukpr leturued to Itd Cloud J ist Frid y. Swift MeCundless visited Omaha Wednesday John R. Russell paid Auburn a visit Wednesday. The meeting at the Cutlatian church fltill ooniiuoe. Jot! Glasgow, of Peru, was a Nemaha vmltor Saturday. The Advurtiner and tlio Chicago In ter Ocean for 81.40 Lie Devon started for Pawnee, Oklahoma, Tuesday. Those who had sleighs have been ntricily in it this week. See W W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Roods. Two good milk cows for sale ono a Hhorthorn. Call at tills office. Lala Hill has been quite atck for sev eral days hut in getting better. Thus. Waason want to NVluaskaClty last Friday, returning Tuesday. Clias. Schantz, of Brownvillo, gate t hia ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1902

JWWtW- Auami.xxt3S -mXssMKKmB&mMfrilg5T V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. XV. HAND1CKS, Fubllitlior. NEMAHA, " - ' - NEHHASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Gorerraed hy Trnden Union. Ansonia, Conn., a thriving mnnufnc turing town, in governed In every de partment by olItoinlH belonging to trades nniotiH, The mayor in a working- carpenter. German Consumption of Hcer. Tho consumption of beer through out the German empire hist yenr aver aged 67 gullons u head, and in Bavaria tho average roo to 212 gallons a head. It nniRt hnro been a big head. StnKKcrlnK the Tiiximyrr. An Englishman with a talent for figures estimates that the war in South Africa has coat Great Rritnin tho weight in gold of tho entire Uocr army and the fighting is still going on. Gnrrtcnliifr 'l'xitiRht In Schools. Scientific gardening is taught In tho national schools of Sweden and in tho seminaries for tho education of na tional school-teachers. There Is a school garden in nearly every rural school district in tho kingdom. Wor...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1902

i r- X ROOT WOULD BUY THEM. V He Says tJncloSam Should Take tlm Friar Lauds la Philippine and Itemove Causo of Discontent. Washington, Jan. 20. Secretary Hoot was heard on the question of the Friar lands in the Philippines be fore tho house committee on insular affairs Friday. He said these land holdings constituted one of the chief causes of discontent among the peo ple; they wore the hotbeds of insur rection otii had furnished Aguinuldo his chief appeal to popular prejudice. Tho secretary said the religious or ders so fully recognized tho bad con dition of affairs that they were dis posed to sell out and lie urged that the government take advantage of the opportunity to remove the chief causes of discontent in the islands. Ho did not believe condemnation pro ceedings would be necessary as thero were Indications that a fair prico could bo agreed upon. A rough esti mate of the value of the lands, lie said, was from $3,000,000 to $7,500,000, American money. PARADOXICAL, BUT CORRECT. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1902

''r''''"2""Tp?np'r'Wrv3 ,! N II? m THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER . m !' i w Vf. Vf. SANDKHH, 1'ubUnlior. NEMAHA, 7" ". NEBRASKA. SELF-APPROVAL. I'm Kind that me an Mandy ain't tho fash- lonable kind Whose doln'B In tho papers so persistently you (hid; Them drawln's In tho clothln' store, a hangln' on the wall To be dressed up like them folks wouldn't suit tny taste at nil! X never seen a mortal on this earth a-Iook- in' so, But, seems to mo, the folks that make them Rarments ought to know. X don't sco how they stand there In per petual repose, For If they move, thcy'ro sure to nit a wrlnklo In their clothes. An when I see the fashion mucazlnc we've ordered sent, I'm mighty proud o' Mandy, 'causo she looks so different! Their walstH ure squeflzed bo tiny, so's lo make 'em trim an' neat, That, to como right out an' say It, It's a. mystrry how they cat! An' seen a IcniUli from waist to footl But here my lunguaRo falls, X n'poao It uin't no subject fur discussion by tho males. Hut spcakln' of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1902

I!- v 1 l W tmir trj ? 1. tS. ir f MS' tf r . - V .1 iaHW!. V; v" f tC' ?FV f. v 'A -A r,' tft&ferfft. -r rr J'!f!!i;iS rl nfnlll V VU I1-1M J . ... v r Tflr'.f HANDY DUMPING SLED. For HntilltiK Mnnnrc and Dirt the De vice Here Described Will I'rove a Grcnt Convenience, The illustration, Fig. 1, shows n dumping sled for one or two horses, a convenience that will be much appre ciated by many for hauling manure, dirt, etc. Take two pieces of 8-inch plank for runners, which connect with two cross-pieces of 2 by 4 scantling mortised into the planks. On inside of each runner, nail or bolt securely at required distance apart, two uprights of about Va by C-lnch materinl. The distance apart and length of these up rights will be dependent upon the length of the sled-box. Gouge out a V-shaped notch in top of each of the two rear uprights and make a square or rectangular notch in tops of two front ones. Make a box of the dimen- . . -TO FARM DUMPING SLED. sions thought most suitable for the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1902

SfrJwWol yjWPif . mm-Jngc rpfr,r-' wft . ?? '"" "" ss,,v1',m' 4 News from Over the State Giil(iHtcil OrHntrdM Ylelil Mont. In mi address boforo the Hlufc hor ticultural society at Lincoln liiHt week, Mr. YoungoiH, of (icnovn, remarked thnt in gathering fruit in Nebraska for yearn the pickers find tlio lest fruit, in well-cultivated orchards. Tlioir liubit i8 to plow twice, and jiIho disk or harrow ten times during tho sea son. The discussion developed tlio fact Hint i lie annual rainfall in cen tral and cailcm Nebraska Is 20 to U3 inches; that in Nebraska Hummer crops in the orchards, divided and abstracted, needed moisture, from the -orchard trees. I'lniin Illir IrrlKiitltin IliitrrprlMP. Kilpatrlck liros., of Beatrice, have acquired 5,000 acres of land in tho Frenchman river valley, also the Champion -water power and Irrigation canal. The consideration was $8 per acre and $8,000 additional for the ditch. They will construct large stor age reservoirs along the lino of tho ditch and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1902

r A .n M. ' & x y '(.' Us ' -Rev. Marguerite St. Omer Briggs, 35 Mount Calm Street, Detroit, Michigan, Lecturer for the W. C. T. U., recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Dear Mrs. Pinkham : My professional work has for the past twenty years brought me into hundreds of homes of sickness, and I have had plenty of opportunity to witness the sufferings of wives and mothers who from want, ignorance or carelessness, are slowly but surely being dragged to death, principally with female weakness and irregularities of the sex. I believe you will bo pleased to know that Lydia E. Pinldiain's Vegetable Compound has cured more women than any other agency that has come under my notice. Hundreds of women owe their life and health to you to-day, and, there fore, I can conscientiously advise sick women to try it." Marguerite St. Omer Briggs. $5000 FORFEIT IF THE ABOVE LETTER IS NOT GENUINE. "When women arc troubled with irregular or painful menstruation, weakness, loucorrhcoa, dis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 January 1902

ssistfKM - r niwunii.rwK' vWWfcAj? a I rr-"ii('iii'fliffWri'iifij7Miw vmM uaacacuA T5l UUHtS WHtHtMLLlSt FAILS. .. Gj ISd lloat CoiikIi Bjrrup. Tiulcft UcmhI. Um) HI P In tlmti Cnlfl .iv ilptitfrflta Nra CDr. (g. W. Keeling, Nomnlin, NehrnHkn. Office iti Keeling drug Htoro. PET Ell KEKKEU, Dcnlur in ZMHE-A-TS HigliCHt market price paid for Hides, . Lard, Tullow. etc, R. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work KUiiriuilccHl lo lvo satlHfncllnii West of Oourt House S(iuaro,So-Auburn,Noh Oklahoma Farms For Sale. Our atock winter on urow Iiir wheat. Mild dim 1,1 to I'rlcea right. LUTHER II. I1ARNES, Blnoii, Garfield county, Okluhoran. Brinible & Co 0113 rt. l'rojirluUir of tlio Livery&Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in connection with Livory Satisfaction guaranteed. J. C. CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler Afl work KimruntH'd, Leave ouler.s id L, II. Hat lieu' store, Netnahu, N curat k 1 WESLEY H. CLARK Doulnr In Windmills and Pumps, Tanks, Pipes, etc. ALL WORK GUARANTEED...

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