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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 March 1897

ywMuiwumjw.jm.ujmj,,, mfmmttKmwnrtmrrmmermmmmmBMmi immnjl ebmshk Mdvertiser. r r 'Sv t.M VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, MAliOH 5, 1897. NUMBER 36 . -i. ii o .a ffe S f y . -ft i- ,4 f '''J r - A Local ISTews. Chaugoablo weather. Miss Lydtu Barnes came down from JVru last Saturday. II. D. Waterman ia again a resident ol Neuialia, having moved back a fen days ago. Mrs. asd Mrs. Geo W. Rurgess an the happy parents eC a fine baby girl born luat Monday. Win. Talley, who has been living oi the farm east of Fred Hoover's farm, bus moved to Nemaha, Will Hawxby, who has been attend ing business college at Shenandoah, Iowa, returned homo Wednesday. Marion Mlnick has been quite lick fur several weeks witli a combination of diseases, principally of the throat. The "inaugural party" tit Nemaha that wus to have been given Thursday night was postponed on account of the weather. John Kinney, who has peon in South Dakota for the pant six weeks, arrived in Nemaha a few das ago, and haa been vi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 March 1897

. I -..., I s.1,JKli.,-,i,ti,il, ,.,.,. tZJA L ft I- r r- .- v I'' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - i W. W. HANDKItS, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. AT HOME. (A Ilcply to Buriletto'ii "Slnco Sho Went Home") "Whoro has alio fjonc No cvcnlnB shadows IliiBor cold and pray, No winds of winter chill tlio summer day, A fadeless HprltiRtlnio blooms upon tlio wuy Whoro sho huth uono. Whero slio hath Konc No walling nolo awaltcth sln or moan, Tho old clad nones tako up a gladder tone, There's latiKhter sweotor far than wo huvo known. Whoro eho hath Bone. Whoro sho hath roiic Her nnlntly prosenco blesses mansions fair, Glory Klcanis about tho head bo dear, And thy poor heart will Mini Its rent tip there, Whoro nho hath Bono. Whcro sho hath Kono TImo doth not mark In days Its golden niRht, Tho sun Is dimmed by Heaven's creator 1,Bht . , . w And thoro aro never tears nor lonely night Whcro sho hath Bono. Whcro sho hath gone Thou, too, somo day, will ro If Clod so will, And while transcendent ruptures th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 March 1897

JJ 7. .-rt $ '52 V r w THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. HANDKUS, 1'ublUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. rr AT HOME. A Hcply to nunlctto'n "Sinco Sho Went Home") Whore lin.i bIio Bono No cvonlnB Bhntlows llnRur cold nnd Krny, Ko wlriclu of winter chill tho ntumncr tiny, A fadclcRR HprltiRtlnio bloouiB upon tho way Whero alio hath t'ono. Whoro ho hath gone Js'o wnlllnfr note awnkoth Hljjn or monn, Tho old Kind nones tnko up n Kindlier tono, Tiioro'H liuiKhtcr swootor far thun wo huvo known. Whoro sho hath gone. Whoro flho hnth koiio ITer saintly pranenco hlcBBcs maiiBlons fair, Glory KlcaniB about tho head bo dear, And thy poor heart will Und ltu root up there, Whoro nlio hath gone. Whero sho hnth pono TImo doth not mark In days Its golden niKht, Tho Hun la dimmed by Heaven's greater light, And there are never tears nor lonely night Whero alio hath gono. Whero nlio hath gone Thou, too, noma dny, will go If God no will, And while transcendent rupturoa thro' thco thrill. Thy bouIb nhall meet, redoe...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 March 1897

' " 'j r f t i i H & v. H THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. TV. SAJJDKUS, TablUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. ! A DEBUTANTE'S WARDROBE. Suitable Gowns nml Wrnus for ouiig Society Girls. An important gown for the young girl just out in society is the one to be worn on the street one not too elaborate for a morning walk and still smart enough for n luncheon or afternoon reception. It Is olmost Impossible to make one gown do duty for these several occa elons, so there should be two a rough-nnd-rendy tailor-made, cheviot, severely plain, but well fitting, and a smooth faced cloth of bright blue, braided witli black the waist in reality a jacket, tight-fitting and braided in military fashion with black. With this arc worn a boa and mult of silver-gray fur u color that only fresh, young faces can stand. This second gown might be of bright red 4with black salin. made with n bo lero jacket and gold buttons, or of gray worn with a gray felt hat trimmed with ostrich feathers. A bolero jacket and full be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 March 1897

? j ;- e: t- r i. U- v A I, 17 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. TT. SANDERS, rublUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. ' A DEBUTANTE'S WARDROBE. Suitable Gowns nml Wraps for Young Society Girls. An important gown for the young girl just out in society is the one to be worn on the street one not too elaborate for a morning walk and still smart enough for a luncheon or afternoon reception. It is almost impossible to make one gown do duty for these several occa eions, so there should be two a rough-nnd-ready tailor-made, cheviot, severely plain, but well fitting, and a smooth faced cloth of bright blue, braided with black the waist in reality a jacket, tight-fitting and braided in military fashion with black. With this arc worn a boa and muff of silver-gray fur a color that only fresh, young faces can island. This second gown might be of bright red ,with black satin, made with n bo lero jacket and gold buttons, or of gray worn with u gray felt lint trimmed with ostrich feathers. A bolero jacket and full b...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 March 1897

.L. w..,-7v-A'Jf, ''' iBjwuwujmiwami mwwm ! iniimniin THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ,4, V VT. IV. HANDICItS, l'uMUlicr. NEMAIlX, - NEBRASKA. THE WOELD AT MKGrE, Summary of tho Daily Nowa : "WASHINGTON NOTKH. PnnsmiJNT Ci.kvih,axi delivered o Jnost southing criticism upon indecent Newspaper publications in denying a pardon to .lames Wilson, sentenced in "JJccombor, 1805, in .Indiana to two years' imprisonment for mailing ob iscono papers. Pukhidknt Cr.r.vur.ANi) issued a proc lamation on the 21th calling for an ex tra session of the senate on March 4. , Tun roport of the house sneeinl com. ihitlco to investigate the management of the Leavenworth, Knn. soldiers' ftomo has been completed. It rccom Hnends the removal of the governor of JPhj,, 'Mo homo and the change of all olllcers. .J' Muh. Lktitia (1. Stkvknhox, wife of And "Z110. rotrl"K vico prHllcnt of tho ' United States, was re-elected prcsl- X I dent-general of the Daughters of tin, Thou American Ito.vnluf 1m nt. Wuui. (....,... on th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 March 1897

br. f MIIEEY STARTS. All Canton Turns Out to Bid tlio Now Prosldont Farowoll. VIGOROUS FOREIGN POLICY FAVORED. Bmntor Sherman Declares for It nt i Din ner Given by the Ohio DcloRntlon Sen nto Confirmations AV111 Veto It-' Allotting Agents Named. Canton, 0., March 2. It was an im pressive scene that Canton presented yesterday evening when her citizens bade farewell to Maj. and Mrs. McKin lcy as they entered the special train in waiting to convey them to Washing ton. The people of the city turned out en masse to do honor to the distin guished neighbors and friends. No lines were drawn in the largo con course of pcoplo which followed the McKinlcy carriage to tho train and surrounded the station to mingle their cheers in tho mighty sound which echoed above the din of tho train as it disappeared in tho cast. Young and old, rich and poor, people of all politi cal convictions, of all creeds and of all bocial planes touched elbows and jostled caeli other about in tho throng which surrounded...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 March 1897

c p" r. i- - Will. '? ' IEfc Pfc. Ji ' 17LJ U-.' If'"- r aA'k 1 . I1.J L-fl I'll' p i. t if GOSSIP Otf WASHINGTON. bw Storloo, in Whloh Our Law makers Aro Intorostod. Hod tlrcnlc ot n Politician in 11 West ern Church How tlio liutrrl Ilu- tivccu (Jon. llcutircuuril untt n Jeff llnvlM HturtiMl. " tSpcctal Washington Potior. J ' It is related of an ardent partisan of Congressman Kciu, of Nebraska, who lost Bleep for weeks prior to Kern's noinlnntlon, that ho made it lila re llglotm duty to fall in with the senti ment of every community in which lie found himself. If the JJnptlnt predomi nated he became u strong advocate of i inmerHlon ;ik a moanx for the remission of nlns; with the Methodists lie was a TOO MUCH PKPPEH. fnlthful Wesleyan, and bo on with tho l'resby Icrhiutt and other denominations. Naturally, this partisan wna a rousta bout, with tlio advantage of no religious training. During tho progress of his canvass for delegates, tills political yrorlccr went to a prayer-meeting,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 March 1897

4 "v1 V. I t J I u lvl.1 ' S ftf fc-Sv y-H t a - "X Qmmmmmmmmmmm a IIIn rtopcrtolrc. "Have you learned any fancy methods tf Hkutlng?" asked the young woman. "No," replied Willie Washington, "I enn sknto only two ways." "Which are they?" "Standing up and sitting down." Washington Star. AN INTiSUNAIi IlKVOIiUTION. B'Ar',sa-l.tt 'ESP rrlF&V The G on t Below You seem distressed. The Other One And well I may be. I've enten 20 pages of a Scotch dialect story. N. Y. Times. Jutit Itutwcen FrltMiitH. Miss Older Men must be growing more polite. I get scats in street cars much oftener than I did a few years ago. Miss Cutting Well, it's n mighty mean man that will let an old lady standi N. Y. Journal. ICopyriglit, 1887, by Mltcholl & Miller. - q - Ifl , , 1 J ) 11 111 "Do you mean to say that your daughter hasn't told you that she was en gaged to me?" "No. I told her not to bother me with those affairs unlqss she intended to get married." Not Entirely I'ltlnleM. Dentist Did you give tha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 5 March 1897

$w nHMjMMMlMmMnMiinMvMO' li'W fiYU"f w.MJliJMM atmmmmmmmmmnmwmmn-sK, :? MraTWJvinamwii,iiiMmiwitwHwamKiiMwutiwi ihimiiii'i S ha Nebraska Advertiser tl'.W, flAJVHMHM, JfubUilttr. KUIDAY, MAUOII B, 1897. 1 1 If) mow Fiesldviit Mckinley and n I'resmont uieveianu, W now have two living ex-presl -lliiriison und Clovulund. iiiiid 0 i last Friday 0. M. llayden was H(l vjjira old. Anumber oi me iHii.h wero Invited to ttiko dlnnur Willi Mr und Mrs. uayuen on mm fin . ji.i.. -.1 i.Jft.. .it uuV . TI10 UUt'tt OI Hie Him wiiw rut lib Him tiible uKirrocated HID yars, the old est bulng Mrs. h. B. Hill, aged 00 and tlieyounifost llov O. L. ' rayior, ayeu 515, LMie others present were liev. u. Htishuell und wife. Evangelist S. I Minor. MrB. M. J. Hiiyden, Mm. .1. M. Mnlth, MIbb U. 0. Hnyilon and Mm II Knnnott. "Father" Haydon. IS nvftrvbadv calls hlm.ls In perfect health After dinner a short Hong and prajer servico was held, Concordia (Kits) Empire. Mr. II ay den was a former resident ol1 London pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 March 1897

wawwwriWMarffnttmwwnii RenMnmiN ebmshu Mdvertiser, :..:: x VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1897. NUMBER ( fe f J" f X -t r$ i&ul? it Local 1ST ews. .John Dorrain visitd Auburn Moni day. Alva Loedy is working for Ben Skeon. llanna Bennett will work I. N. Cooper's farm this venr. J. L. Dal by and Col.Joo Harper wert up from Shubert Monday. Dr and Mrs. B. Bell Andrews were over from Stella Thursday. Mrs. S. M. Rich, an old resident ol Brownvlllo, died Tuesday. Miss Minnie May wont to Peru Mon day, returning the next day. Mr. and Mrs. John Guff aro rejoicing oyer the birth of a daughter. I.N. Cooper and lainily are again living in their Nemaha home. J. C. Dort, the State Journal repre sentative, was in town Friday. Frank II. Jay is organizing a castle of "Itoyal Highlanders'' in Nemaha. 1 B. Skeen drove in from Auburn last Sunday, i ('turning the next day. Phe wife of L)r II L. Matthews, ol "-"'VXondon precinct, died last Saturday froii'ouatitnption. ' Mirts May Swan,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 March 1897

XT !' , n t t'Fgrrf-w$ryki v.'?"- - -r w -vr :$; yrr'y 1 r " r - rdttliAMtfnB " ' -M ' " 'jKty, - v . c THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER TV. W. SANDERS, l'tiMUhor. NEMAHA, NEBItASKA. HINTS FOR THE COOK. lilt of Uncftil Information Aliout HrollliiK 'mil l"rylnu. Of great help to the woman who wIbIich to broil Htenk or eliopH, when nhu 1b unking broad or cuke, 1b the knowledge that sua can do thin with out cooling her ovciih by misercwlng the top of the stove. With proper euro jmyits may be broiled not fried in a. frying pan so that they will be quite .ns juicy and nutritious as though they Jintl been grilled over the coals. The anode of cooking Is simple. The frying pan should bo put on the stove until It is hissing hut. If the meat has very lit tle fat on It the pan may bo rubbed lightly with u bit of butter no larger than (i hickory nut. This is to keep the meat from nticklng when it first goes in. The pan should be so hot thnt the. albumen on the surface of the meat will coagulate the mome...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 March 1897

c f- k' k m NEBRASKA ADVERTISER I W. W. 8ANDKK9, FuulUher. i WEMAHA, ..... NEBRA8KA. A BACHELOR'S REVERIE. 'Oli, a homo fa a terrlblo handicap To a soul thnt 'ronld fain bo rreo; It has captured many a prisoned chap, But It never shall slmcklo me. Instead of the careB I would lmvo to face, in the sumo old rounds everyday, Oh, rIvo mo u room In a lodging placo And a lunch at a chauco euro. Z never need hurry to catch my car, For I haven't a plnco to go, And early or lato no meal I mar, For I'm dlnlnc alone, you know. The hands of the clock I nover chase, Kor I drift In an easy way, Since I Bleep In n transient lodging placo And lunch at a chunco cafe. -A. brother of mine I loved him well! Went wrong in his early years, CFor ho married and bought him a placo to dwell, XOh, this thought of It brings mo tears!) jVnd thcro ho tins lived what a pitiful case And thcro he will likely stay, VVhllo I still sleep in a lodging placo And lunch at u chance cafe. C oomctlmcs think of his vlfo and ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 March 1897

'TT Ttr-yrtS,,, 'Jf?P"TW'"4fm' '."WJ.fMrf 't,'!" . IWWWW- r,'e,-V"r,v tf",TifMCMPWMKail'ly JK I; THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i W. W. 8ANDKHS, FublUhcr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. MARCH 1897. E i ; ( j Sun. Won. Tuo. Wod. Thtir. Frl. Sal. ; j .... 1 2 "T 4 5 6 j: iJLIEIZIo lL2iii: :jii ii 1L I t 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 jj 1 28 29 30J3JJ.... .... ....j; VJT"srFrTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTT' THE WOULD AT LAIHJE. Summary of tho Daily Nowa WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tun international monetary confer ence bill becnine a law on tho 3d, President Cleveland having signed it. Jin. McKini.ky was presented at Washington on the 3d with a beauti ful badge, the ollleinl emblem of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Jt was tho gift of tho members of the fraternity at large. Gov. Busiini:i.i. presented to Nntionnl Chairman Ilanua at Washington on the !id tho commlsKion and certificate which will make him a senator of the United States from tho state of Ohio to succeed Senator Sherman, who ten dered his resignation tho same day. Mit. C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 March 1897

r Y 4 i V- y f- m i ' T0r APPROPRIATIONS. CoasroEs Lavishly Votos Away tho Public Mouoy. TWO REVIEWS ON THE SUBJECT. Messrs. Cannon and Buyers, of tho Houso Committee on Appropriations, Prepare Keports of the Appropriations of tho Congress Just landed. Washington, March 0. Representa tive Cannon, of Illinois, chairman of tho appropriations committee of the house, and Mr. Saycrs, of Texas, who is at the head of tho minority of the committee, have prepared their re views of tho appropriations of the congress just ended, and they will be printed in tho Congressional Record this morning. Jlr. Cannon's state ment is of more than usual significance on account of recommendations and suggestions ho makes for methods of keeping down appropriations in tho future. Mr. Cannon makes the total appro priation submitted to the president for Ills approval at the last session, includ ing the general deficiency, which failed in conference, 8318,10a,-lBS, or $'J5,!SS3, SJ70 less than the estimates subm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 March 1897

"',1 ,'f " - ' ,??" ( '" ,- 7,'Wl5"Wl''IT,,r?VT'r -J- r r if avWF-syr"0" ill iiififiaiiiiiii gywri tntftti It Ma t.iul ! tltlWI v mmmmm umtmxmnmmmwwnmn XJL " . " p A NEW PRESIDENT. William MoKlnloy Assumoa tho Hlghost OIIlco in tho Land. 4Tonfc Itrllllatit I'nrnrio Kver "WltiirssPil In Washington Inaugural Address Urge ITlimnrliil Ituform mid 'More Itovonuo Tim Hull. "Wabhwotox, March B. Tho capital city never looked upon kucIi a perfect parade as that which ecorted Presi dent McKlnley from tho eapitol to tho white hoiiHo and then paused in review under his eye. Tho feature of tho r.plondid pageant was the perfect bal ance between its contrasting parts and the high order of skill that was shown In the bundling of tho 20,000 or more men thai stopped along or bestrode the splendid steeds that danced and reared their way in the parade. There waa no long-drawn-out mass ing of uniformly attired regular troop or militia, pleasing enough to tho mili tary eye, but wearibome to tho specta to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 March 1897

r ( Y " h -r " t L A r Jr AGRICULTURAL HINTS ROAD CONSTRUCTION. The Two nHNciitlul I'olntM to no Alinoil nt by lltillder. Prof. F. .1. II. Merrill, in a paper read before the Albany institute, says that the question of rood rouds in this coun try is now at about the same stage at which it was in England a century ago. At that time roads wcro so bad that a general investigation was undertaken resulting- in the formulation of certain rules for road building, whose adoption led to the construction of the line high ways for which Great. Britnin has so long been famous. The problem was then of great commercial importance, as England had no railroads. The experience of over 2,000 years has thown conclusively that there aro two essential points to be aimed at in the construction of a road. First, a hard, Kinooth waterproof surface; second, a thoroughly dry foundation. These piinclples were known to the Romans aoo years 15. C. The surface of a good road may be of sufllcient strength to resi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 12 March 1897

m: isrr iummimnKiAiuttiMmmi cjii njiinJa.wwMBS ,wijjmnmuu'ujji.i 'rwr rv wrt It, fl IN The Nebraska Advertiser FRIDAY, M AUOII 12, 1807. W imimiwMi Maun County Commissioners Oniolal 1'rococdlnRN or That llnilr nt Their liUNt Aloetluu. Tlio county commissioners of Nornn lm county mot In regular adjourned bubhIoii March 2nd, 1807. Members present: Louis IhiBtiun, V. M. Davis, 13. IT, Mcluiuch, commissioners; I.E. Peory, county clerk. Tlio following business was had and done, to-wit: Pat I of lot 1 in no J,f sec 0 and part, of lot 1 in nw,J.f sec 5-4 10 was ordered Hold for delinuuunt taxes lor not less than $15 On iho petition of Strand Ilimdluy and others. Jluell Starry was appoint cd road ovurseor of road dlHtilct 30, to fill acancy. The following annual Btatoments of justices of tlio peace for the year 180(1 were examined and approved; CO 8od man, iiontoii pioclnct; T F Williams, Peru precinct ; and 0 L Cook, Glen lluck precinct. The following road supervisors' an mm) settlements w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 March 1897

u ebmslm Mdvertmr. VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1897. NUMBER 38 ffe I -r - A ; -V Local ISTews. Spring is utmost hare. Pre pure to make garden. The roads aro improving. Wo bad a fine rain Thursday night. Houses aro in great demand Id Ne malm. John Farson has moved on a farm near liarnda. John S. Hadlock moved down from Brownville Tuesday. The "Nemaha black amateurB" had a large audience at Brownvllle Tues day night. Tom Chambers has moved on a farm southeast of Auburn oue of Tom iStocker's farms. .Mr. aud Mrs. Louis Letnen, of Falls City, visited Neuiaba friends and rela tives last Sunday, Mrs. W. H. Rhodes, of St. Joe, Mo., was the guest of Mrs. F. L. Woodward between trains Monday. There is an active demand for hay now, but the price remains low about S3 per ten in the stack . Taylor Gillespie has moved back to Nemaha. We understand he baa' bought the house wberrTomChambers lias been livig. Frank W. Flack has rented the John Lewis eighty south of town for this ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 March 1897

w Lvfflr-i'.-'2i'' T .ivnyst' .-ywj' '?' ?" VV , 't'tlflMIMWMMnV v TEE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANJOEUS, rnblliher. t NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE MOTHER AND HER BOYS. Thcro nro Fairfax and Fred, and Arthur and Ned, Good fooyH, and remarkably clever: In studlcB and snorta, and games of all sortH, To excel la their nohlo endeavor. And when norliiK o'er bookB with tudlous looks, Dospnlrlnjc of help from a brother, Tho eldest of nil will not ncruple to cnll For aid from IiIh bright little mother. In out-of-door claims jjamos, every ono of them Her presonco to strengthen and cheer thorn, For tho better their luck, nnd tho greater their pluck, Tliov say, If their mother is near them. With hearty good will and wonderful skill, Bho champions ono or tho other, And tho boys oft declare, with a satisfied air, There's no hotter playmate than mother. Eho Join In their walks, and delightful tho talks, Most sacred and sweet tho communion Tho mother enjoys, us she strolls with her boys, So loving and l...

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