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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 March 1898

( & ebmsh dvertiser, VOLUME XLII NEMAHA NEBRASKA FKIDAY, MARCH 4, 1898. NUMBER 36 f if (4 i 3v Local jMews. springlike. Mrs. Fairbank for line millinery. County Commissioner Mclninch wnB in town Tuesday Attorney Mr-Cart y, of Auburn, whb in town TIum ' i. H D. ViiMMiiHii Iuih moved on a fnrm one milt Muth of Brack en. fMinriAu Wiuifiwurfl tva down f ram I Peru last Saturday and Sunday. The roads are now In good condition for the first time for quite awhile. I. T. Smiley was before the board of pension surgeouB at Auburn Wednes day. Mrs. Green BurgesB and her daugh ter, Mrs. Houk, have move to ft a malm. Mrs. W. W. Keeling went to Omaha Tuesday, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Culver. Andrew Aynes has moved into R. D. Waterman's house, in the south part of town. Mrs. Minnie Cheeseman, of Brown, ville, has been visiting Nimiaha friends this week. I. N-. Cooper and daughter, Mrs. Pearl Larimore, visited Auburn Wednesday. Will S Jav, the State Journal repre sentative, was interviewing o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 March 1898

I T r"m attain j.K. S?Ji3WeX j-ai.- k THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKIIS, I'obllaher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nows. WASHINGTON NOTKS. A Washinoton telegram to the Chi cago Herald on tho 23d stated that should tho court of Inquiry find that tho battleship Malno was destroyed by a submarine mlno or torpedo President McKlnloy will, Immediately on tho re ceipt of tho finding of tho court, de mand an explanation of Spain. SliCltKTAllV OV THK TllKABOHY GAOK says, tho United States treasury is in good condition for war if It should come. Thk intorstato commorco commission has just issued, for public information, a book showing all existing national, stato and local commercial organiza tions, agricultural associations and railway associations, their location and tho names of tho presidents, sec retaries and commissioners. A dki.koation of ofliccrs of tho naval reserve of several of the eastern states appeared before tho naval committee of tho house at ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 March 1898

i ,;W M-- ) h X THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES W. W. SANDERS, Publisher. NEMAHAi NEBRASKA IF SHE HAD LIVED. If she had lived how sweetly sad tho thought: Of nil she might have- been; what differ ent ways Her steps had led me, what moro happy days tier gentle presenco to my llfo had brought, If she had lived. she had lived, perhaps tho golden prlzo We call success had sooner ncared my hand, And, won nt last, tho favor of tho land Might seem moro worthy to my happier eyos, If she had lived. If she had lived, the earth and air nnd sky Might seem to hold a deeper right to be,' The leaves more sadly fall from shrub and tree, Tho flowers she loved might sorrow more to die, If sho had lived. If she had lived, perhaps each day wero given A fuller promise, as the east unbars Morn, noon and sunset, twilight, and tho stars Might seem moro radiant earth moro like to Heaven, If she had lived. If sho had lived, perhaps tho tldo of years Had borno mo on more calmly to the sea, Whoso shoro is Llfc-and Nat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 March 1898

jSSS4fc."- fe . fmi If ; tvs"i !v""" THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDEUS, rubllihtr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, Enthralled by Music. BUT tlic mnjor looked reflectively at the rising spiral of smoke uud said he didn't know about that. The man who hud appealed to him be cause he was an expert for corrobora tion of his argument seemed surprised. "Why, you don't mean to say there's anything serious in his claim, do you?" hi inquired. "It's square against nu turc." "That doesn't prove thatit isn't potsi blc?" the major answered. "Of course it's a wonderful thing which he gives out as truth, but a man of l'rof. Schcnck's standing is entitled to claim almost anything and then to fool us ull by proving it." "Well," said the other, who was a com pany captain and not in the medical corps, "lean only look upon Itas prepos terous. It's interesting, you know rare yintercsting. It'snsgoodastory as that of Orpheus and the rocks and trees mid tilings which he called to him by his playing. Yes, nnd to my m...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 March 1898

K AGRICULTURAL HINTS .REMOVABLE WESTS. ITicy Arc ICnatly defined nnd Caw Be Removed at Will. The more inconvenient the nests of Ihc poultry house, the more probabil ity that the cleaning will be neglected. This means a harbor for lice and this, iu turn, forebodes disaster and ruin to the pouitrymnn. Removable nests jcem to be the best solutiou of the dif ficulty, for in this manner the wash used for cleaning can penetrate every crack and crevice of the nests. The plan which 1 give has been used for years in my poultry houses, and I have found it economical, convenient nnd easily carried out by anyone who can use a hammer and saw. I use the regular siding, one foot wide, such as Is used for barns, etc. The foundation for the nests is like NESTS IN POSITION. n table. It is made of two boards as long as you wish your row of nests to be. Five feet is a good length and will make four nests, but it may be readily made twice as long if desire:!. Nail a stout piece two feet long at each end...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 March 1898

-w.vn.UKv'l'vU" ( I ! THE C011BETT CASE. "The Scnato Decides His Appointment as Oregon's Senator Was Illegal. UKranlntlnn nml lilt 1 Introduced Into the House, Knoli Appropriating 830,000,- OOO for I'urohnsluir Wnr Vossols nncl Their Armnmcnts. Washington, March 1. lion. Honry W. Corbett was yesterday denied ad mission to the Ronate us senator from Oregon on the appointment by the gov ernor by the decisive vote of 50 to lit. Speeches were made against ills ad mission by Mr. Bacon, of Georgia, and Mr. Burrows, of Michigan, and in favor of his admission by Mr. Morgan, of Alabama. After disposing of the Cor bett case, the senate, on motion of Mr. tlansbrougli, proceeded to the consid eration of a bill extending the home stead laws and providing for the right of ways for railroads in the district of Alnsku. Mr. Stewart ottered an amendment 'to section one of tho bill providing that no homestead should bo located within 1,000 foot of navigable waters. In the coursu of the discussion of t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 March 1898

" A. Sound Money Dlacttnalona. Between now nnd next presidential elec tion there will be hosts of discussions of the Questions of "sound money" nnd silver, lowevcr opinions may be divided on these points, there is but one public nnd profes sional opinion, nnd that is n favorable one, regarding the merits of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters na n remedy for nnd preventive of mnlarja, ns well ns n curative of kidney com plaint, dyspepsia, constipation, liver trou ble nnd rheumatism. ' II nil Investment. Mra. Holdcn John, we'll never be able to save n cent if you don't quit being so ex travagant. , , , Mr. Holdcn Why, my dear, I'm not nt nil extravagant. . , , . , , "Yes, you nre. There's thnt accident policy you bought nearly n year ago, nnd you haven't used it once; if that isn t ex travagance 1 don't know what it is." Chi cago Evening News. Give the Children n Drink called Grain-O. It is n delicious, appetizing, nourishing food drink to take the place of coffee. Sold by nil grocers nnd li...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 March 1898

c:.UMMkM j&: ' ;3X.m&,.z&ztJrl!iJmjen'rJ'' ...L.- J8WWPWI wyuiywwi mm, i,ijm,.uniimnujwiwns) lUKto WHtlit ALL ILKfc I AILS. wt Comh riyrup. Tastes Good. Ueo in unto. Hold nr oruCKlrtN. )R, W, W. KEELING, ftlSMAUA CtTY, NUHHAKA.. Offlco first door noutli of Park hotol W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - i Public Nemaha City, Nob. It Mi tf ,V f7f V, PLASTERER! Aomo mill AkiIIU' work u Hpi'olult) CIh ' wis liu 1 11 . I'npor lintiKltiir, KuNomtnliiK . and WlilUMvntlilng ilono. Low prl'ns, All worn wiirrwiiau, Kerker ifc Hoover, Dealer In illxlioit prices paid forlildon, Inrri, tallow gfttno, nte NEMAHA. CITY, NEBRASKA. J. L, MELVIN, M. D Pir. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON i QPKUtA. ilOH: UlHoust'HOf llm Hkln, DIh. i j eiixct i wotnou una uunuron win promni nnwr Hit ciiIIh, oltlicr day or sight. Ulllco residence. F. K. SKEEN, Dealer In HARNESS I Imvo a llrat clfiHR ImrncRH maker em ployed Work guaranteed. I'ricoa reiiHon ublo Shop north of drug store. 2 25 Nemaha Cornet Band. Is now pro pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 March 1898

1 o rArl i i irp ebmsh Mdvertmi VOLUME XLIl NEMAHA NEBRASKA FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1898. A- ft A atL-ii jiraaa Local JSIews. Mrs. Falrbank for fine millinery. A cold spring ruin fell Thursday. Lowtnitn changes his advertinement this week. J. A. Slilvely went to Beatrice Wednesday W. H. Lorance, of Auburn, was in town Mitiday Kev. J. P. Waldrou will preach at Auburn Sunday. John White is catching a good many fish mostly buffalo. Mr. and Mm. M Stroble drove down from Brown vHle Sunday. One of Joe LiitrellV horses was found dead in (he stable Friday morn ing. - 11. J. Dull' has moved into the Wes sels house, north of the Methodist clmich Misses Trixv and Rose Seabury vis ited relatives at Giro Hook Tuesday and Wednesday L. 11. Menitt in building a liousoior S. Gilbert on u i.um mt( latter has leased, on the oountv line. John E. Or other went to Auburn Monday, having accepted a position in a harness slum in that burg. Mrs. Uenrj Williams was up from Shubert J'ueadii, visiting her pareutH, Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 March 1898

, i ,$ " A--' - &LL 'KSaRSaW n r ', ; s ti Jaw j THE SEBpKA ABYERTISEB W. W. 8, INOKIIS, Publisher. NEMAHA, - . . . . NEBRASKA THE WOULD AT LAEGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. 1VASIIINCTON NOTKS. Tin: navy department at Washing ton is receiving u largo number of let tors from men who havo served a term in tho navy offering themselves for rc enlistmcnt. Tho records of those ap plicants aro being looked up and when found satisfactory aro indorsed with tho word "accepted" and filed, ready to be acted on when wanted. Thk president on tho 1st nominated John O. Hales to bo register of tho laud office at Guthrie, Olc. Tin: recent decision of Federal Judge Smith holding the meat inspection law unconstitutional is regarded by officials of tho agricultural department as onn largoly technical in character, and thoy say it vt.ll not affect tho practical operation of tho law when applied to tho inspection of moats for interstate traffic or foreign export. Skchktaky Wilson, of tho agricul tural...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 March 1898

o - NEW DEVELOPMENTS. Five Important Events Bearing Upon Our Relations with Spain. Washington Feverish Fnar That War Id Imminent Unison for Delaying tho Court' Verdict Another Wnr- Klilp Going to Ilnvnntu Washington, March 8. Thcro wore I no fewer than fivo important events yesterday having a bcoring more or less direct upon the troubled relations between the United States and Spain, I viz.: Tho introduction in congress by I Mr. Cannon of a resolution carrying $50,000,000 for the public defense; the ! withdrawal by .tho bpanlsn govern ment of its intimated objection to tho continuance in ofileo of Consul General 'Lee; tho order of tho cruiser Mont gomery to proceed to Havana in place tof tho Fern; the passago through tho house of tho bill increasing tho artil lery arm by two regiments, and tho institution of negotiations looking to tho purchase of warships for our navy. Mr. Cannon's resolution probably led all other topics in interest, particular ly when it became known that it was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 March 1898

,WKW ui-jWw-iA-sji issidujamBsSEu iWt..ifl' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANDERS, Publisher. NEMAHA, f NEBRASKA TWO MOTHERS. in n glided cradle a liaby lay, Pair and nweet an a Btimmer fiayf Costly pillows of silk and lace Touched gently by the sleeping baby' ,.. face. Just by lta side stood the mother fair, In velvet gown, and Renin In her hair, Tho rlchoHt lady In all the land, " 3Clndly and courteous, noblo and Brand; She lovingly smoothed the pillows of laco -And tenderly kissed her baby's face; Then turned to tho nurse, who wan old and grny, "With a kindly smile nnd went softly nway, Down to her carrlnge, swift to the ball, Ju tho vast crowd the fairest of all. JHgh In a garret, cold and bnre, On a heap of straw, lay a baby there Its tiny face was wnn nnd old, flndly It sobbed, 'twas hungry nnd cold; 'No tender mother or nurse was nigh, No one to heed Its piteous cry; There by Its sldo the mother lay, Cold In death since the dawn of dny; For bread sjio hud struggled, hard wns ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 March 1898

if AGRICULTURAL HINTS ORGANIZED EFFORT. Oootl HoihIm AKitntlnu lit AVlnooimln Amhiiiiich I'ravtloiil Komi. The Wisconsin division of the Cen tury Pond Club of America hns sprung u sensation. Fver since the publication of the fact tlint the Century lloud club members were going to shame the great state of Wisconsin Into building better roads, there has been a real interest manifest in the project. This new-born iictlvity is not confined to Milwaukee, but extends throughout the state, as wide publicity lias been given to the plan of building better highways. Due credit should be given State Centurion 11. L. Marshall, whose untir ing energy is responsible for the new moicmcnt. Mi1. Marshall has outlined the work in an ingeniously constructed circular addressed to local centurions. It is proposed to petition the state legis lature to appropriate the sum of $500, 000 for road improvements. For every dollar given by the state, another dollar 'will be contributed by riders of wheels. The w...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 March 1898

1 1 1 """ I ...n - nwint: 1M ! .sS4NN0a U FEMALE FINANCIER.;: BY CHARLES B.. LEWIS. 4 H--r Copyright, 1898. Up to thu ago of 30 Miss Nancy Scott 'Itnd. simply been looked upon by poo jplo of llniusvillo, among whom sho find, lived for 15 years, as a vory or dinary girl and a very homely old maid. In fact, If a prize had been of fered. for the most awkward and un gainly and ugly-faced woman in the four countries she would have dis tanced all eompetitoru without even .allowing her big leet. Her temper was an bud as her looks, and if she hadn't Juid u little house of her own and a xinatl income to run it, shu would have had u hard time ot it to iind a roof to ahcJter her. One day Miss Scott got word that she bad been left heir to $50,000 In cash, .and two weeks later the greenbacks ivere counted down to her. A male relu- tlvn whom she had never seen, and ivlio was perhaps uglier than herself, .had .died and left iter all his wealth. There were people who took a second look tit Nancy af...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 March 1898

'i R m U, XETTER FROM MR. CLEVELAND. !! Thinks K'lriioiit and Airernvtilvn Work Will Mo Keiiilro(l to Defeat Vvno silver. Philadelphia, March C Iiupro ,ntatlves ot the state organization i i the Jeffersoninn, or gold domo t atic, party mot hero yesterday and i .-aolvcd tq put in the Held a ticket of their own for state ofllcers from tho governorship down and for members of congress in every district. A letter from ex-President Cleveland was read, in which ho says: I hopo most sincerely that there may ho a Bound money movement in Pennsylvania that will bo strong and useful. I cannot account for tho arrogant confidence of tho frco silver forces except upon tho theory thut they nro led to bc tlovo that thoro Is very little a(frosslvo effort to bo made by their opponents. If nnyono be lieving with us supposes that freo silver can bo prevented from controlling tho two houses of tho next congress with out cffcctlvo organization and hard worlc, tho quicker ho abandons that idea tho moro us...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 March 1898

,Ass;&-acwa I 1 -Wfti ,m Ki iwwjwwywjUKjWi'fHjMwwwjjtiai mmw.iniiii tft "u 9Ki'i " 2SE fl fe RiJ K CURtS WHlllt Alt USE FAILS. uoiiRit Hjru i ojrun. Twite Good. Uiw in 11 mo. wild bydrwrelfitii. J)ll. W. W. KEELING, jNEMAUA OlTY, NlSURAKA, Olllco flrat door south of Turk hotel W. "W. SAWDERS, Notary Nemaha City, Nob. PLASTERER Aonio mill AkiUUo work n Hpcolalty. CIh. terns Inillt. I'apor lliiiili)K, Kiilnomtn.i)K anil WhlldWiiKhtUK liono. Low prises, All work wariiiiilail. Ecrker & Hoover, I It'll I IT III Hlnucit priivK pulil forhtdoH, Innl, tnilow N K M Mr A CITY, N IS MllAHKA. J. U M13LVIN, M. D., I'll. I)., - DlhOMM'NOf llin Hltln, Ills i ni'ii unit Clillilii'ti W'll 1 1 J I nils, either iluy oi it-Hliluiicr. pill I Bli?hl. P. H. SKEM, Denier In HAH IN' I llllVO It 111 ploy I'll. in m ublo H'T wmii irth-l !(! rill'M- MillUel I'll imiiriil. l'l If' m i'i iimii, i ilrti htiur. 2 . Nemana Lomei Band. Is liuvv pi IU'KI to lllllllfll UIMH) 111 ll fill lnli UI'tillU'HjM pICUlC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 March 1898

'! 'Imm ! Avtrtim. v ,i)LUM$ XLII NEMAHA NEBRASKA FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1898. NUMBER 58 r- i r 5 f y PmJ mji i. f - J '.M 1 r.a f. ' ?- . n I V'J i i Jlooal 3STews. tra. Fairbank for Qna millinery, , - ' Ibeut tiuao to make early garden. i I,,, . , i Miss Dora Mortou went to Johnson luesdny. t i . ii i .i i W Mrs. Cora Crother visited Auburn Tuesday. Additional local may be found on the last page. We had another good rain Thursday night and Friday, John Dorram went to Nebraska City the first of the week. G. N. Titus wont to Falls City Tues day, returning Thursday. District court is now in session at Auburn. Judgo Stull is piesidiug. Mr. Cooper, oue of Auburn's insur aneo agents, gave us a call Wednesday. Charloy Burn got a new road wauon this week. Andrew Ay nos ordered it for him. , W. W. James, of Peru, was in town Thursday, dn his way to his farm near Shubert Miss Edith Gilmore, of Brownvillo, was the' guest of Nellie Sanders Sun day night. Orville Iloldinge this week moved into his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 March 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' ' Yf. W. HANDKKH, 1'uljlUher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. VXJLXA4.A4.AXa.J.J.Aa.XAXJL4.AAJ.4.f j, MARCH 1898. I '. :- I Sun. I Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. FrI. Sal. : 6 7 8J?.J0 iiil: . iiiiiiii Jliiil : ;lo 21 22 23 24 25 j26; 4 27 28 29 30 31 j T:PfTT;TTTTTTTt'T'rT"rT THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. 1VAHIIINC.TON NOTKS. Tine agricultural department ut Washington hns issued un interesting' bulletin on the number of live stock on forms in tlie United States on Jan uary 1. Tin: bill placing at the disposal of tho president S.r0,000,000 for purposes of national defense was signed by Mr. McKlnloy at 3:40 p. m. on tho 0th and thus becatno a law. Tun Washington correspondent of tho Now Yorlc World stated that a ca blegram had been received from Minis ter Woodford by tho president declar ing that Spain had exhausted, without success, every means of raising money for tho prosecution of a war, all tho financial centers of Europe having re jected her overtures. Tiik S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 March 1898

h X COURT OF INQUIRY. None of the Testimony Taken by It Has Reached the President. If Sampson's Court Finds Tlmt tlio Mnlne Disaster Wan Nut Dae to mi Accident Spain Will Assort tho Con trary Cruiser Houglit. Pirminn 1U.i..1. 1 --Will fur Wnll man telegraphs as follows to tho Times-Herald: Despite all tlio news paper statements to tho contrary, President McKlnloy does not know what the report of the board of in quiry will be. Neither does any mem ber of tho cabinet. Not a word of tho testimony taken by tho court has reached tlio president. Nor has any member of the court written a lino to the presldont, or convoyed any infor mation whatever to him, directly or indirectly. The president and all tho members of his cabinet are wholly without knowledge of tho cause of tho disaster. They have their opinions, but.thcy arc not framing policies or taking aetions upon the basis of opin ion. Fortunately there is a prospect that the suspense will soon be over. Though the members of the court h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 March 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKHH, rablliber. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. WHEN THE SNOW FALLS. My city homo Is very fnlr to boo, And In a measure It Is dear to mo, Hut oli, tlio denr old times! Now when winds wall and snow Is falling fast, As at no other time, from out tho past Youth rings sweet memory chimes. I seo tho brown old house upon tho hill The coasting hill so smooth and white the mill Whcro father earned our bread. Again I hasto from school at close of day With empty poll along the enowy way In cap und mittens red. And when at length In weary hungry Plight I reached my mother's kitchen warm and bright, A senso of peace and rest Filled all my boyish being, for I knew The best of all love mother lovo so true Mado that placo rich and blest. I eco tho tablo set with homely care; Mo costly service nor attendance there, Hut oh, my mother's foodl And father's faco ucrous tho bounteous board "' (Who always on our food God's grace Im plored) Beamed gently kind and good. Then camo tho ha...

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