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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 September 1897

!gwpwruiauiiuaa ium.,,,.,,, '"fftiTmiw'jjuujiiujumii miuixueiratgrwrfi yWttUWUHUI &2 VOLUME XLI1 NEMAHA, NEBltASKA, FltlDAY, SKPT. 17, 1897. NUMBEK 12 JTSf rrr Mil Mdvertuser. ST3R? JLiOCLbL News. Call and Bee us for job work. Old papers for sale at this office. Mrs. Fairbank for line millinery. Wo will take rnonoy on subscription. Wo bad another good rain Wednes day night. We had a splendid rain Friday night of last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Gilbert drove over to Stella Friday. S. S. Iladlock catno in from Johnson Thursday afternoon. T. J. llumbaugh was exhibiting a patent churn on tho street last Satur day. Mrs. T. B. Skeen, of Auburn, is vis iting her daughter, Mrs. Fannio Fair bank. D.T. Smiley and Willie went to Lin coln Monday, to attend the G. A. It. reunion. John lieard, of Arcadia, arrived in Nemaha last Saturday, on a visit to relatives. Eev, Chas. II. Gilmore went to York Monday, to attend tho annual M. 13. conference. Dr. B. Bell Andrews and Dr. Gailord Andrews were o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 September 1897

Jr. V in i'l THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER in i.., - i i W. W. 8ANIMCUH, I'tibllihor, NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. VXXX0.Aa.J.XXJLX4.XXXX4.XXXX.LXJ.' SEPTEMBER 1897. Sun. Mon. Tun. Wed. Thur.Jrl Sat. 4 J A. J X TTTT9 jo ij " iliiJliiill8- "l 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 ...... TTTfmrfTTfTfrrTfTTrf TUB WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. washington notks. Si:oiu:taky ok Aohicui.tuui: Wilson returned to Washington on tho 7th from tin extended tour of the Trans mississippl HtutcH. Ho ntiid lie found the farinerfi in irood spirits every where. Mr. Wilson predicted a still further advance in wheat prices, due to tho fdiort crop abroad and to the fact that tho crop in this country will be short of anticipations. Uncm: Sam's secret service bureau is Htrutffjllntf with an epidemic of coun terfeits, mostly of the silver certificates of last year's iBsue. Hardly a day passes without the arrest of one to half a dozen persons detected in passing- wptirious notes or silver coin. Pknhio.v examiners I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 September 1897

"& !.?- W i h - THE NEBRASKA 'ADVERTISER - TT. W. 8ANDKKS, I'ablUhcr. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. GHOST FAIRIES. When the open lire Is lit, In the evening after ton, Then 1 like to come and sit Where the lire can talk to mo. iralry stories It can toll, Tales of 11 forgotten race Of the fairy ghosts that dwell In the ancient chimney place. They am quite the strangest folk Anybody over knew, Shapes of shadow and of smoke I.lvltiR In the chimney flue. "Onre," the lire said, "lonp apo, With the wind they used t rove, Gypsy fairies, to and fro, Camping In the Held and grove. 'Hither with the trees they came Hiding In tho logs; and here, Hovering above tho llame, Often some of them appear." So I watch, and, sure enough, I can ceo tho fairies! Then, Suddenly thoro comes a puff Whisht and they nre gone again! -Frank Dempster Sherman, In Youth's Companion. p BY OAI'TAIN CHAKLKS ICING. ICopyrbjht, 1834, by J. II. Llpplncott Co. XII. The Christmas holidays were coming on tit Walton Hall, where, sore...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 September 1897

p5 i I " .11 u I THE NEBRASKA ADVEKTISER W. W. HANDIClia, VublUher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. BY THE DEAD. Is thin tlio friend of yesterday The Rentlo wornnn. loved of nil, Whoso cheek was like the rose of May That bliiHlion oil the garden wall? No! 'tis not sho who lleth hero In awful dignity of death, With cold, mute lips and deafened ear, Of whom wo whisper, under breath. And yet bo llkot Her hair was gold; Her face had biicIi a shape as this. Hut thin strungo face Is marble cold And would not warm at Iovc'h long kiss. How full It In of mystery! It thrills mo with a mighty awe; I fancy that these shut eyes seo Things that no mortal ever saw. They may behold the Heavenly choir, The Htreetfl by shining angels trod, The sea of mingled glass and (Ire; It may bo that bIio seeth God! Hut what nho seeth no one lcnows. TIicbo mule lips shut the knowledge In, And nevermore will they uncloso To tell the secrets death can win. Havo you forgotten what nhe said Ono Bummer day to you and mo? About tli...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 September 1897

HUNDREDS MAY STARVE. Gold Is Plontiful, Food Is Scarco, in tho Klondike Stop tho Crazy Uttftli u Hip Unlil KIvIiIm." In the Cry of ltetiimliiK Miner A I)llialicr'n IjilcUy Strike. The treasure ship Portland which ar rived at Seattle, Wash., recently brought not only $350,000 in gold nuggets, but also a crowd of hardy miners who were unanimous in advising gold-seekers to flay away from Alaska until next sea son. One of them went so far as to say: "Warn people to stay out of Yukon tliis year! Tell them it means starva tion! Telegraph to every puper in the country that people will starve there if more people go in!" These warnings were repeated time and time again by each and everyone of the Yukon miners who returned on the Portland. More than this, several 1 iii H&H8T ,' ... I HM' T'. ", MW&we mm SCOW LOAD OF KLONDIKEUS AT DYEA. of these have frankly stated that had they not realized there would not be sufficient supplies in there for the com ing winter they would not have com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 September 1897

i SLAIN LI KB SILElflP. Pennsylvania Striking Minors Fired Upon by Deputy sheriffs. ftloro TIiiiii SJO .Mini Killed mid I'llllr -tO Jujiiri'il Dead mill Wounded All llnn;iirliiu-Tnt;tfi Crlnl In (lin Mr Ik i! Munition. ITazlkion, Til., Sept. 11. The strike oltuntlon reached a terrible crisis on the outskirts of La timer yesterday afternoon, when a hand of deputy nheriflY. fired into a mob of Hungarian miners. Tho men fell Mice sheep and the excitement has since been so in tense tliut no accurate figures of dead und wounded can he obtained, Re ports run from 15 to 'JO odd killed and 40 or more wounded. One man who reached the scene lust night counted III corpses. Knur other bodies lie in 4,ho mountains between Latimer iiuil llarleigh. Those who were not injured earned their dead and wounded friends into the woods, and "Uiiuute is bullied. The strikers left Ilaleton about il.KO o'clock tlih afternoon, and it was their Intention to go to Latimer. As soon as (Ills became known, a band o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 September 1897

' Y- A MINERS MARCH. Btrlkors Go to tho Eckloy Minos and Mako tho Workors Quit. DEPUTIES ARREST FOUR WOMEN. A. CollMoit Occurs Ilctwccn Mnrclitng StrlUfr, Ilriuleil by Thrlr Wlvo, and tho Doputlcn nt l'luin Crock -Slurlff Miirtlu Tulkn. IIazri.ton, I'n., Sept. 14. -Hnzclton quivers on thu edge of a volunno. Un certainty is the keynote of the situa tion. At this writinir, troops are marching on the mines of Coxe llros., at Eelcley, which nestle in a valley about 18 miles from here. Telegrams to brigade headquarters late yesterday evening indicated an alarming condi tion there. The reinotenesss of tho situation will make dilllcult the secur ing of definite news from the scene. The ilrst knowledge of disturbance at the Coxe collieries reached brigade headquarters yesterdny morning, when Gen. Gobin received a dispatch that !200 miners at Jluek mountain, three miles from Kekloy, had gone on a strike and begun to march on the Eelcley mine. Request was made for a detachment of the mili tar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 September 1897

tiHawwHFvv' t w ti f"il'jnjw,iiwnjj.unmnj(mlj(mi.ujKn..ijjjiuj,i1m.iiiniiJn i i ' ujhj umanffl 'IILM.' 'JU." L'lUJJIU'J 111 !f Tt" "' p "'9!1UeyHBBmmMSUiffJHWMMI'. u i i 'i I i N s ntrT UURlSWHlllt ALL Tliifc FAILS. . HJ Lmd licit Cough Hjrup. 'fasten Uomi. Ubo ffl C3 In tlmo. Bold br diwsHtn. f mrirwT"' ' && c. D' U. W. W. KEELING, NlOlAHA OlTV, NkIIIIAKaVJ , Odlco first door south of Turk liotcl. W. W. SANDERS, Notary ! -: Public Nemaha City, Nob. L. 1L MERUIT'!, Contractor and Builder. All kindti of Cnrponlcr work dono on abort notlco. Satisfaction guaranteed. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. J.L.MclvlH9M.n., Jh. SlMCCIAUllKH: DlHfiint'Hof tlm Nlcln, IMh oiiHOf Women and Children , Will promnli nnmver nil i-iiIIh, either day or night. Olllco i rcHhlciiiuc. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In zmz:e.a TS HltjIioHt prlccH paid for lilileH, lnnl, tuilow Ijftini), etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA, NEMAnA:STOCKFARM J. H. SJEID, Prop NEMAHA, - NKHUAHKA. IJroodorund Shipper of Duroo .JoiHoy mid Poland Chin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 September 1897

lui'x'jecciTT niitmiji ...i ii'mmui Mmiim'wiuinwiun.iiuiiiijiWnLn iunL.jijMummiiuini.nx ebmsh dvertmr. VOLUME XL1I NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 24, 1897. NUMBER 13 ? HBnMffMJUVnSM Whe &J f Local 3SJ"ews. Warmer weather again. Call and see us for job work. Old papers for aalo at this office. Mrs. Fairbank for fine millinery. County fair at Auburn nuxt week. Wo will take tuonoy on subscription. Tomorrow is republican convention day. Jerry Marlatt drove in from Auburn Tuesday. There morning. was a light frost Monday John Webber is a now subscriber to Tiik Advkiitisisii. Itabo Elliott is buying apples for a Nebraska City linn. Doc Kyle, the veterinarian, was in from Johnson last Satutday. -' i .i Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Williams drove up from Shubert Wednesday. Mrs. C. II. Gilmoro and children drove down from lirownviile last Suih day. Gladys Taylor has a badly swollen face, caused by being poisoned by the f uz on peaches. Mrs. W. A. Wills, of Alliance, Nob., arrived in Noinalia Tues...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 September 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDICU8, 1'iitiUaher. 9 .i i. i. NEMAHA, NEURASICA. THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON N)Ti:S. Domiihi'IO exports from the United States for August woro tho largest of tiny August of which this biirouu of statistics of the treasury lepartmunt litiH nny record. Thoy were valued at. 67S,ll)7i4i'J(l, an against 8(I,(IS,81 In August, ISiMJ, an incieasoof 8l2,b()7,ti:it). Commihhionuii iIonkk, of the Indian bureau, has had an investigation made ut tho direrent agencies of the num ber of insane Indians lit each of thcin and the poll shows only 08 Insane In dians in tho whole country and some of these are regarded us idiots rather than lunatics. A liii.ii is to be introduced at the next session of congress for creatine; a national department of public health and providing for a secretary with u .seat in the cabinet. Senator Mnllory, of Florida, will introduce the measure. Kllisr AhHIHl'ANI' I'oHIMAHIKIt-dK.VKK- Ai. II r.A'i ii has recei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 September 1897

! THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' iI-i.m W. W. BANDKKS, rubllfher. NEMAnA. NEBRASKA. THE RIGHT ROAD. "I have lost the road to happiness Docs anyone know it, prny? I was dwelling thcro when the morn was fair, Put somehow I wandered away. "'I saw rare treasures in scenes of pleas ures, And ran to pursues them, when, lol 1 had lost the path to happiness, And 1 know not whither to go. "I have lost tho way to happiness Oh, who will lead mo back?" Turn off from tho highway of selfish ness To tho right up duty's track! Keep straight along, and you can't go wrong, For ns sure as you live, I say, Tho fair, lost ilclds of happiness Can only be found that way. Kllu, Wheeler Wilcox. In Good Choor. CAPTAIN CLOSE BY CAPTAIN CIIAKIiKS KING. LCopyrltfht, 1891, by J. D. Llppincott Co. XIII. Coil fined to her bed mid room ns was Madam Walton, and only vaguely alive to what might be going on in the house hold for there were days when she lay dull and apathetic, yet mercifully spared from suffering it was Es...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 September 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. AT. HANDKUS, I'libllilicr. NEMAHA. N EI! HAS It A. THE MOUTH ORGAN BAND. Vhon tho fireflies dnnco where tho roses are blooming, Lml lilies bond low to tho broczes' ca ress; hen tho cinnamon vino all tho air Is per fuming m Evening has donned her most beau tiful dress iik, then, as tho stars In tho firmament Kllstun And Night spreads her mantlo abroad o'er tho land, 'TIs pleasant to rest In tho moonlight and listen To sweet serenades of tho mouth-organ band. It Isn't pretentious this organization: Its members aro fow. Thero Is "Skinny, the Kid," Tho blacking of boots Is his humblo voca tion, Hut musical genius can never bo hid. There's "Hob" ho sells papers along with his fellows; He's short Just a leg and he's minus a hand, But he's chock-full of song and with lungs llko a bellows, IIo plays tho loud baas for tho mouth-organ band. And there's Widow McOann's llttlo boy "he's a dalsyl" Ho all his companions declare with r smile, And add: "Why, dat kid ho kin...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 September 1897

ftV f f- SF "PEANUT JOE.' Bless ycr, yea! I'm gettln Jes' a trlflo atlft an old; Ce'n right on this corner hore for twenty year all told; Btonn 'n' cold 'n' sunshine, Ol' Joe's here Jes' ther same. Mos' everybody knows mo now 'n' calls mc by my name; Can't get lonesome If I try, faces arc so bright; Makes my heart feel cheery 'foro they passes out uv sight; Stop Jes' long ernough ter say or kind word 'fore they uo At sends a bit of comfort in ther llfo uv "Peanut Joe." Tho youngsters too, Lord love 'em, all smllo 'n' nod ter me; My ol' heart gets ez tender an cz soft like ez kin be; An' when they reach my corner, '1th their cheeks so plump n' red, I lets 'em keep their pennies, an' I take er kiss Instead; 'They goes erway a-laughln', so happy an' so gay, It makes this ol' world seem ter be a bet ter placo ter stay; An' when they reach ther corner they allers seem ter know I'm llstenln' till I hears 'em shout: "Good byl" ter "Peanut Joe." It takes mo all my tlmo ter see ther brlghtes...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 September 1897

A IM h l I! i ( ! JTEVER NOT GIIKOKISD. A Largo Number of New Cases Ro ported at New Orleans. Furor Malignant In Cnbn -Uofui;een lliinten .to St. I.mil -Tim Hit uiitlon lit Mobile olid Atlanta i:invoii Now Ciikoh it KilvviirilH, Ml. Nkw Oiu.r.ANH, Sept 21. The largest number of cases reported any day since tliu yellow fever first mudo Its appear ance in Now Orleans two weeks ago wa.s recorded on the books of the board of health yesterday evening at nine o'clock, although at that hour not a single ease had proved fatal during the day. There were 18 casus In all, in- chiding nine reported by Dr. Joseph Jlolt. All of the latter have been duly ilagged and put under quarantine regulations. YI5I.I.OW I'KVIHt MAI.KINANT IN C1I1IA. Washington, Sept. 21. In his last weekly report to the surgeon-general of the marine hospital, concerning health conditions at Santiago do Cuba, United .States Sanitary Inspector Com inero says: "Yellow fever is slowly increasing and the cases now under treatment...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 September 1897

n &r i t. AGRICULTURAL HINTS A FARMER'S ARGUMENT. lie Tatter ii Itcnlly SciinIIiIo .Stanil on tin- Itoiul Uiu'hIIiiii. If we study social mid linnnclnl ques tions wo ilntl that, to n great extent, we fall over the stones we ourselves have laid in the way. There is no end of fault-nnding and justly so over the money sharks, the combines, the greediness of public olllclals and poli ticians. There is no doubt that these, collectively in many instances, get fully one-half of the people's.earnings. Of the remaining half one-half of that is lost to the farmer by weeds and vermin, by bad financial management, and by bad roads. These are the stones he lays in his own way, o. allows to lie there to stumble over. The farmers themselves are princi pally to blame for the poor and misera ble condition of our country roads. The way of maintaining these roads i about the same that was customary in cur colonial times, when any road was good enough, if rocks, stumps or holes did not make them en...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 September 1897

WWPWtMWWWWWWWfppwpwwiWMiii mm m iiiwiWiWiawi mma Mi.iniimJjiiiuiiuMwuaBTOgTttWMWW. ffffUr Nri-i'U i wKkj The Nebraska Advertiser M- CUfLS WMLRE AIL LS FAILS, CM ,. M mtm vougn ujrup. tuim uooo. unn M Intlm. Bold brdrtiMlftt. H IWFll5iiMIirliM3 J)ll. W. W. KEELING, Nkm.au a City, Nkhhaka. Olllco first door south of Park liotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary ;-; Public Nomaha City, Nob. L. II. MERUIT! , Contractor and Builder. All kinds of Carpenter work ilono on abort nolluo. SatisfacLioii guaranteed. NEMAHA, - NE 1)11 ASK A. J.L.Mclvhi, M.J)., Ph. U. PHYSICIANANDSURGEOH SI'KUIALIIKH: DlHuiiHL'Hof tlio Skin, Din. cum o Womuii and Chlldron Will promntl miHWur nil ciiIIh, oltlior day or night. Olllco m rvHldonoc. Kerker & Hoover, Dunlur In ZMZZE-A-TS HIkIiohI iirlcoH jmld for hides, lard, tiulow gAinu, etc NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. NEM AH A'.STOOK FARM J. H. SEID, Prop NEMAHA, NtiUItAHKA. Droodumud Hhlppur of Dnroc JorHoy und l'ohuid Clilnu UogH Beat no, low prices. Farm ono mile south of Nem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 October 1897

Vw 7 e ebmslm Mdvertiser. V0LUM15 XLIL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, JF1UDAY, OCT. 1, 1897. DUMBER 14 mmmmmmfi ghe ( y Local News. Cull and see u- lor job woik. Old piipeis for sale at this ofllco. Mrs. Fairbuuk foi fine millinery. Wo will take money on subscription. Fine weather this week for the fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dalby drovo up from Shubert Wednesday. The 15. & M, lias had the high plat form north of the depot removed. Mr. and Mrs. II, W, Shubert gavo us a pleasant call Tuesday iornoon. W. II. Englobrlght shipped a car of flue apples to Grand Island Wednes day. Stephen Huntington is taking in the fair and visiting Auburn Iriends this week. The prohibitionists hold a county convention ht Auburn Saturday of this week. Charley Ourttrigiit is putting a new foundation under Miss Eva Jarvis' resident e. Stephen Cooper has bought a flno young Peroherou colt of Wm.llawxby. Ho is a beauty. Mrs. 11. A Brand went to Verdon Wednesday evening, to visit hir son, Dr. J. W. Bourne. Uncle Lewis Tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 October 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER " - - W. W. HANOICUHf I'ublUhcr. .. NEMAHA. ..-- NEHRASKA. r THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. WASHINGTON NOTi:S. I'llKHllHCXT Mt'KlNMlV left Wlislllllg ton tin tilt: til st for North Adams, Muss Lint'T. Mo.m.h, who commanded tho bicycle corps which iniitlij tho journey from Fort Missoula, Mont., to St. Louis during tho summer, Iiiih iiiiule his re port to the war tlopitrliniMit. lie favors tho bicycle for iirinyii.se, and llie re port contains much interesting infor mation to bicyclists who oontomplato making long trips on a wheel. 'I'm: necessity of increasing the per Bonnel of the navy will be presented to congress in the forthcoming reports of tho bureau chief of tho navy depart ment. Iloth ollicers and men uro need ed to man the largo number of ships now in commission. Tnr. executive council of the Ameri can Federation of Labor met lit Wash ington on the 22d to discuss the mining situation. Several olllccrs of miners' associations were also ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 October 1897

t ft Ik & Ml Zr THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8AXMKU3, l'ublUlier. NEMAHA, revr 'lit. - NEBRASKA. AT BEDTIME. FeepiiiB o'or the balusters, At bedtime's witching hour, There comes from upper regions Voices of magic power: "Good night, mammu; good night, papa; Good night to everybody; With pleasant dreams to all of you, Good night to Is'Id, Nld, Noddy." Hut Nld, Nld, Noddy answers not, Only pa and ma and Sue, Who wait and list with beating hearts, And know just what to do; The mother drops her knitting work, And hurries up the stuirs, In time to see somo little knees Headed low for prayers. "God bless mamma, papa and Joe, Hess, May, Tom, Sue and Kitty; Grandpa and grandma, old and gray, And nervous, more's the pity; Our teachers and our playmates, too; The cook who gives us food, Johnny who comes from marketing With things to eat so good. "God bless them all" Is touchlngly Ureathod on tho evening air, Whose upraised eyes and folded hands Tell of our bedtime prayer; When down to sl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 1 October 1897

i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDEKH, rablUhar. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. ' - GARNER THE BEAUTIFUL. Garner tho beautiful as you go; Walt not for u time of leisure; Tho hours of toll may be long and alow, And tho momcntH few of pleasure. But beauty strays by the common ways, And calls to the dullest being; Then let not thino car be deaf to hear, Or thlno eyo bo slow In seeing. Kind nature calls from her varied halls: "I will kIvo you balm for sadness;" Let tho sunset's gleam and the laugh of tho stream Awaken thought!) of gladness If a bird should pour his song by thy door, LcJ thy heart respond with singing; The winds and tho trees have hurmonlos That may sot thy Joy-bells rlngln. Tauso oft by a flower In lta leafy bower, And feast thine eyo on Its beauty; A queen hath bllsH no rarer than this, 'TIh thy privilege and duty. And oh, when tho Dhout of a child rings out, And Its face Is bright with gladness, ,Let It kindle tho nhlne of joy In thine, And banish euro and sadness! Then gather t...

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