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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 November 1898

M ' m i y I J k r x r r; V) k A (Copyright, 1SS3. WANTED TO BE POSTED. Bo That He Ctinld Take Ahrnliniii Toniikl Down n I'eir or Two. lie was a. man of CO, with a long white beard and a venerable look, and as he Bat down in a btreet car he took a book irom his pocket and began to lead nloud: "When the American colonics came nt length to realize that it was tha ob ject of the mother country to crush out the budding spirit of independence at any cost, they girded up" "You annoy me, sir, by reading nloud," interrupted the man on his light, who had a newspaper before him. "Do I? Well, I'm sorry about that. I'm trying to post myself up on the war business, you see. Just borrowed this book, and I have to read out loud to git the sense of it." "Can't you wait till you git home?" "No, can't do it, I'm golu' to begin with the war of 1770 and come right down to this date, and I've got to git it all in my head before eiglit o'clock to-night." "That will be rushing things,"' ob ecrveii the man,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 November 1898

M ULTIMATUM SERVED. .A Memorandum of Our Terms Given to the Spaniards. TUB PRICK OF THE PHILIPPINES. The American Cntninlniilnnrri Ilnvo Ton- drrcd WatMKXl.OOO 'for the Ccnnlon of tlin IitluniN tittenimit jUutlo by it Cublnnt Member. Paris, Nov. 22. The report sent out from hero yesterday to the effect that, on presentation of litis United States ultimatum demanding absolute cos nion of the Philippines, thu prosldont of tho Spanish peace commission broltu off peace negotiations, was a falcu. I'ouco negotiations havu not been lirokcu oir anil no threats havu iicon mudo. 'J'lio Spanish and American peace cotninlsiiions tnet In joint session at two o'clock yes terday afternoon. The Americana declared the United States must havu thu entire l'hlllppinu archipelago, nd, for a treaty cession of the Is lands, thu Aniuriuann tendered to Spain 620,000,000. It Is further de clared that it is thu purpose of thu United States to maintain thu Philip pino inlands as "an open door" to thu wnrltl'ii...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 November 1898

Jf - it ? ,,. & r u (The "Amcrlcnn Bojr" Ilnttlcnhlp. livery patriotic American hopes the school 4oys of the United Statoa will succeed in their efforts to raise $3,000,000, which will be used in, building a battleship to be called the "American Hoy." It tB great sums of money to builu a worship, but you build up your Jiealth with llostcttor's Stomach Bit tors at small expense. This remedy is nn an I touzer, tonic, wood puriucr and stunulnnt. t Is for stomach, liver And bowel di&oidors. .Most cities have such slow means of travel it- requires nn hour to Tonoh Sixty-second street. L. A. W. Bulletin. Winter set in with Rheumatism. Bet out with St. Jacobs Oil and cure. The hardest work is trying to keep out of work. Washington (la.) Democrat. Blizzards and fiost-bitcs. and a curu in a night. St. Jacobs Oil Do not tinnk for a single moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow. It docs not come that way. It creeps its way along. First, you think it is a little cold...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 November 1898

flc?; TwMswHuit ail iisnAii&r ar lanostCoiiKliHyriip. TfiMra Oixxl. Vm jj Tn. W. W. KEELING, Nkmama Cjtv, Nkiihaica. Ofllce llrst door south of I'nrk hotel W. W. SAWDERS, Notary : - : Public Nomaha City, Nob r it m if s aui ms vis i PLASTERER Apiiiij mid Aijixllto work n Hpnolnlty. CIh leniH iiiiim. I'atior iimiikImk, KiilNOiiilnlwr nntl WIiIIpwiiMiIiik Ooiio. Low nrljos. All Low prison, Ail work witrriintmi. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In MEATS Illuliest prlcen jmlil forhldcH, inrri, tmlow gflllH), flic NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. BBgl J. H. SEID, Hrpctlur of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. V7"o Imvo tlio dun, wlion you would drive; Our teams look well, tlioy tiro alive. IfclBiliorotliiitHhlpp; tlieyuroU. K. Keep truck ot Worlcmiiii'ti ovory day. UrXou like our tennis; they're madu to go, And In tuo Imnicus tuver hIow. Next tttno you drive, you traveling moil, Seek Workiuiiu'H pluco, and come ukiiIii, IiOiuc up tlnu plucu when tuiiiH you fped. n lioro tlioy'ro treu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 December 1898

A i VOLUME XL11I NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1898. NUMBER 23 Fir 1 tsgebmdw Mdvertmr. y x k ft. LocaL News The snow is going quite fast. We had another snow Sunday. Charley Johnson is running his aaw mill again. Mrs. J. H. Llttroll is visiting friends in Missouri. Mrs. Alice McCandless came in from Auburn Monday. Fuller I3umB haB moved into part of his father's house. Isaac Sawtollo went to Shenandoah, Iowa, Wednesday. Mins Annio Morton came in from JohnBon Thursday. Now is tlie time to plant your holl day advertisements. Henry Cars'o hta opened a feed store in the north Hanks more roo.ii. Joe Llltreil came in iruin Johnson Monday, returning the next day. ,D. E. Zooli, the Polaud China hog man, gave us a social call Tuesday. Ben Parker, the rustling collector from Auburn, wan m town Tuesday. Judge J, 11. 13toad, of Lincoln, gave ua a pleaauut cull Monday morn ing Sleighing has been good all the week but ia gettiug pretty bad in places now. Mrs. Henry Carse and Mm. It. J. Dulf ...

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

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. SANDKUS I'lililMlier. NEMAHA, NI3IIHASKA. THE WOULD AT LAEGE. Summary of tho D&lly Nowo. WASHINGTON N'OTICJI. A Wahiiinoton spcclul to tlio Chlcngo Post on tho U.'ld said that tlio preside tit luul completed hi message- and it wnH in typo with tho pinto locked up at tho government printing oillco and proofs locked up at tho white house. Tho message contains about 00,000 words, which in ahovo tho average, being, In fact, fully twice as long as usual. Oai'T. Ciiowninbiiiicm), chief of tho bureau of navigation, has niiulo a re port to tho secretary of tho navy of tho work of his department. Ho says tho experience of tho recent war has demonstrated the importauco to tho nation of sea power. High prniso is given to the ability of tho gunners on our ships. An increase of tho naval force to 20,000 men and 13,000 appren tices is recommended and a system of rowards by medals of honor, instead of promotion to tho detriment of others, iu favored. ynomcTAUY Hm...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 December 1898

i i I Aa f x Kd y $ 4 T y. II X I! DEMANDS GKANTED. .Spain Cedes a Vast Empire to the United States Government 'Cubit, Tort Itlco, Uumu nnd tlio I'hlllp- rilno Inland Cllvitn Up for 880,000,000 Spnlti'x Atmnrr Very llrlof Com- iiiltHlontim' Work About Ended. Purls, Nov. 29. Spain has ncccptcd tho United Status' offer of 20,000,000, und at a joint session of tho peace eotumls ulons yesterday afternoon consented without condition to relinquish Cuba und to cede Porto Kleo, Guam and tho Philippine islands. Tho document presenting' this acceptance contained .only 800 words. It opened with a re ference to the final terms of the United .States and that tho Spanish commis .sioncrs, after having taken cognlzanco of the terms proposed by tho Amor I cans, replied that their government had tried to give as equitable an an swer as possible, but that they were not prepared to commit their government to tho acceptance of the principles embodied in tho American argument Spain rejects these principl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 December 1898

'"I ( ll i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKItH, fuIitUlmr. NEMAHA, NHHRASKA. in. i - DAYBREAK IN THE COUNTRY. Day bronkn: a plow burata through tho cold, Bnil duwn A purple linzo lianun over dulo nnd hill. Tho Rind Bun HinlleH, and wakes tho gray, old world, That Ilea all silent still. Day brertkn: tho misty shadows of tho nluht Floo from tho songs from Nature's silvery throat Tho brook's soft laughter, nnd tho whisper ing trees, Tho lark's clear note. Day breaks: I feel tho throbbing pulso of life Dut night's dull, haunting questions do not ocnHO. When will you learn, O heart, to live, rc- Jolco When bo at penco? Mnldu Castolhun, In Overland Monthly. WS&mUf&'M?M BEHIND THE BAT 1 By WILLIS DOYD ALLEN. 5 fiLmaWi.Wtf,t; ,& IT WAS n bright, cool nftcrnoon In early September, when a dozen or more high school boys woro gathered on Rcudvllle common, eagerly discussing n Biibject which was Interesting enough to make their eyes iipurklo nnd their voiciis nil chime in together...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 December 1898

fc ? : X & trnA'H:!'yjju,&m'jm'3m,)s THE SAWED-OFF AVAN llo Ooonn't Got a Fair Show In Tnli World of Tall Ones. Copyrlchl. i8g8 By M. QUAD. l &.mmmmmmmms.K "Do you know, sir do you know that I'm seriously contemplating suicide?" cald the sawed-off man, as he put his back to the front wall of the post office nnd got n brace of his feet to hold him there. "What sorrowful thing has hap pened?" was asked." "Nothing special. It's simply the continuation of n sorrow that came with my birth. I've got tired of being n suwod-off man and want a change. Tor 30 years I've been trying to bear up tinder it and deceive myself, but I've got to open my eyes whether I want to cr not. A sawed-off man Is simply N. U. in this world, and the sooner he gets out of It the happier he will be." "What has a man's height to do with joys and sorrows?" queried the other. "Kverything, sir everything. If you vtere a sawed-off man you would not usk that question. You would huvo been made to realize, alm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 December 1898

N LUTE IN WASHINGTON. It Is Hot as Pleasant as Many Would Havo Us Hclicve. nfl(Mic Actual Knot OonceriilnK Hie National Ciittltnl Tlilii Are Aot nn '1'liey Aru I'iiIiiIlmI liy Sino' Writer. Siicclnl Washington I. otter. "Heal life In Washington," tuij h one of -the most experienced reporters of the :lty, "Ih never depleted in any of the tueiil papers, and very seldom referred Co by Wellington correspondents, For omc reason or rtnotlier the eity editors of the pa pern published here are op posed, to tho publleatlon of news con cerning Home of the uiost important filiUKCH of life. "For example. It Ih not generally known that no ladles ride in street ears iii. tlii oitj. I hate been a constant a-Jder back and fortli from the navy .yard to Georgetown and all titer the Iillla upon the electric lines, and 1 have .never yet seen u lady hi any street car. .Nevertheless It Is a fact that there are three women riding to one mini, and maybe tho proportion Is greater. There is comfortable room ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 December 1898

T r ConfcMlon of ft Millionaire. A millionaire confessed the scciet of hit miccess in two words hard work. He said he nut in the best part of his life in Raining dollars and losing health, and now lie was putting in the other half in spending dollars to net oaek health. Nothing centals Hostet ter s Stomach Dittcra for restoring health to the overtired body and brain. It gets at tho Blurting point the stomach and overcomes nervousness, sleeplessness, dyspepsia and indigestion. in. a A Ileal Prlrc. "If I had such a wife as Mrs. Negley I think I could be supremely happy." "Why, I don't consider her especially good looking, and it is easy to sec that she isn t verv clever." "I know, but when her husband starts to tell a funny story she doesn't assume the look of a martyr or try to change the sub ject." Cleveland Leader. M, i . Por California Tourists. The Hurlington lloutu has Weekly Tour ist Sleeper Excursions, pctsonally con ducted (by a Hurlington Iloutc Agent) every Thursday from Ka...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 2 December 1898

m $., id Sfr v. p- J fr ft I, S' r SV ttH,tTC tCVraaW,3ttJSL'l)l AilTBWPBgraWtmWWWmWt mimwHUiiwiw i "in i n narwmiJuiuuctw IS Best CouU Syrup. VastcMIwd. Vaa gfl m In Unit). Sold If' drrwglntn. CI The Nebraska Advertiser m if, Hjjs-unntt rubUthtr. SuusouirxioN, Jlt. V. W. KEELING, NEMAHA OlTV, NKHltAKA, Ofllco first door south of Park hobbl W. W. SANDERS, Notary FRIDAY, DEO. 2. 18US. KASa. JESfeE!. W . i fcjMiiitwfMillMtlliBHTI'i I W i WW awwillWMiiiijwriw y -, i BjsBBwiinnwmrBiirtWwwW Frank Choosman, of Brownvillo, Shot by Georgo Ray. Prank (Jlieesinaii, of Browiivillo, was shot awl dangerously wuumlfid about Nemaha City, Neb PLASTERER Aomo mid AKatlto work n Hpeclnlty. Ch tern built, l'apor HiinBln, lUlHotnlnliiK und WIiltewnBhiuK ilono. 1)W prises, All work wnrrunlou, Kerker & Hoover, DeKlor In MEATS Hlliftst prices paid for liidcn, lnrd, Inilow f Aino, to " NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. J. H. SEID, llrocdor of Thoroughbred Poland China HO(S. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- 0 "W hftvo tlio rigs, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 January 1899

w .. vww- ... mp.-ir l!" ebrx&lw dvertwer. VOLUME XLIII NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 27, 1899. NUMBER 31 rfi. 7-' if fp jp &JU 4nr t ' M - I !" W I 'I Local. ISTews Old papers Tor salo at this ofllco. A cold wave Btruck us Wednesday night. D A. Morton has been worso again this week. Tho thermometer stood at zero Fri day inorning. Vic Anderson's B. & M. bridge gang moved to Tecuinsoh Friday. John E Crother wont to Rulo Mon day, where bo goes to work in a har ness shop. Frank Oulp went to Atchison Mon day to visit his daughter, Mrs. Eva Anderson. C. Shuck returned home Thursday after a week's absence in Lincoln and other places. There Is a great deal of sickneBS in Nemaha and vicinity now, and the doctors are kept pretty busy. Seymour Howe is delivering 1400 bushels of wheat to Earle Gilbert. He got 50 cents per bushel for it. Mrs. Mary Taylor, a sister of A. V. Fni son, sr., diod the first of this week at her home near Truro, Iowa. The attendance at our school is grad u...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 January 1899

M r r&3 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER II W. W. HANDKKH, 1'ulilUlirr. NEMAHA, NKIJHASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowb. WA8HINOTON NOTK. Cor. Jamkh A. Skxton, coinmnntler-in-chief of tho Grand Army of thu Ito publlc, waa reported seriously ill In Washington on tho 18th. Tub dotnil for the court-martial to try Commissary Oenorul Eugan was iniulo public by Adjt Oen. Corbln on the 18th. .lUIHlK I'KTKK.S. UllOBHCUr, of Chica go, United States district judge, was nominated by the president to succeed tho into Judge Shownltor as United States circuit judge for the Seventh district. A Washington special to thu Ilrook lyn Euglo said that Maj. Oen. Nelson A. Miles, commanding tho United States army, is to bo court-martialed ns soon as thu Euguu court-martial submits its findings, providing it is found that tho utterances of Gon. Wiles contained any provocation for tho assault made upon him by Oen. Eugiin. Gicn. Eaoan was served with legal notice of tho ordering of a court-martia...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 January 1899

"it t "W t A 11 y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. HANDKKS, I'uhlUher. JSEMAHA, NEBRASKA. SINCE MOTHER WENT AWAY. Tho old liomc's mighty loncsomo now It ain't what ono would call .A home, Just like It used to be, 'fore mother died Inst fall; 'Though knowing she In better oft, somehow I ain't content, 'For things about the old placo hero havo changed so since she went. There's nothln like It used to bo about the ' dear old place, An life Is lackln' flavor of her old-tlmo lovo an' grace, CLor though I've lived hero fifty years Just fifty to a day, Tt doesn't scorn like home no more, Blnco mother went away. tt am the only ono that's left, now old and feeble grown, tcft hero In. my decllnln' years to strugglo on alone; Tho children all aro scattered far abroad o'er land an' sea, An everything's so changed about from what it used to be. The old houso Is so Hllont now, where nono but mo remain, Tho last unbroken link of what was once a perfect chain; T'hcro aro nono left to comfort mo or gl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 January 1899

f K THE KEBBASKA ADVERTISER W. W HANOKIl?, I'ublUher. m NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. fKMBISIIISIS Her Object Lesson W;TOIK?;UStJJiWS1JJittV5a; SUE was pretty, witty, sarcastic her world lind n wholesome drend 01 Mrs. Trelawney's tongue. She had just hitiuintcd a desire for an ice nnd her attendant nntellltca hnd disap peared at once, cneh eager to be fore most in the quest. She had had a busy day, nnd It was pleabnut and cool there behind the pnltu; she only wished that people would not whisper somewhere near. If only they were aware how much far ther a whisper carried than an ordinary tone! And while she meditated an epi gram on this subject she opened her eyes and looked round Impatiently for the whlbpererH. There was a particularly ineligible corner near Mrs. Trelawney's snug re treat a three-cornered, low-backed seat, in the full glare of the light, and unpleasantly close to an intrusive and up 1 ley cactus. Hither had retreated a poor cousin of the hostess, a little girl of 17, under .dre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 January 1899

" f ' U I, i r i hi 1 i INDIAN WITCHCEAFT. It Is Still Practiced Among the Zunis of the Southwest. I'ruf. U. Wliortoti Jniiiua Dcacrlbea n Trial Wliluh, ii Short Time AifU, hcurly Letl to a Huvolt ut the AUorlifluua, Special Arlzonu Letter. Witchcraft still existent iu the Unit ed States? Certainly I Don't uelleve it. Thut doesn't alter the facts. There are thousuuds of people to-day iu the United Stutes who us implicitly believe iu witches und wizurds and witchcraft us did our l'untuu uneestors iu Bos ton and Sulein. Well, that tuuy be true, but there are no longer people who ure punished for being witches, as there used to be. Indeed! .Many people make that statement, but it is fur from the truth. I know people who have been fearfully punished lor being believed to be witches. Several times I've been at trials of witches, and have had to speak very strongly agalubt allowing the ac cused persons to be punished. Listen, while 1 tell you a story of Kick, whose picture 1 here bIiow to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 January 1899

$ EXPANSION POLICY. Hit. White, of California, Speaks Against It in the Senate. ME SAMPSON-SCHLEY PROMOTIONS. iriio Kritlre Kxeoutlvn KimkIuii Titken Uii I tlio niKdioloii (if Nnvitl Ailvittinnmniit I.egbilutlon for Iluwiill An K trit hen-Inn I'ohhIIiIo. Washington, Jan. 21. Discussion of the policy of expansion occupied near ly all thu time of tlio somite in open session yesterday. Senator Wliltu, of California, one of tho democrats who lion announced horutoforo his opposi tion to ratification of the treaty of peace, addressed tho senate in support of the anti-expansion resolution intro duced by Senator Vest, of Missouri, -mid another resolution, offered by Senator Ilucon, of Georgia, declaring that tho Philippines ought to bo free .and Independent. Seuntor White is a brilliant Bpcalcer and ho was compll miontod by his colleagues and a largo i taudlcnce in tho galleries with careful attention. He did not enter into a ' .constitutional argument, but confined ' .himself to a discussi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 January 1899

niwfy Spff!- i i h I' If " iV f Ayei's Hair Vigor What does it do? It causes the oil glands In the skin to become more active, makingthe hair soft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circu lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out. It Prevents and it cures Battess Ayer's Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads, provided only there is any life remain ing in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It does not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap pears and the darker color of youth takes its place. Would you like a codv of our book on the Hair and Scalp? It is free. If you o not obtain nil tho benefits you oximcted from tho uso of tho Ylsor wrlto tho Doctor about It. Address, lill. J. C. AYEIl. Lowell, Mass. FARM SEEDS Saint's Sdt are Warranted to Produce. FlimMnn t.iifhi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 January 1899

ra K. V h IlK e! wjwiwgagivjiiuhMaii,'jjm,ii iniu.n.miw Ifil Boat Couah Syrup. Tiutca (iuoti. Ufo f"l Cdl'i Unio. fold tirlniPBlntK. (f The Nebraska Advertiser If. If. HJVSWKU8) VubHihtr. Ty. V. W. KEELING, Nkmaha City, Nkiuiaka, Olllco at tho drug store. "W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Nciualia City, Nob fit M2M9 SJi.tMt UJt 1 PLASTERER Aomo nml Aeatlto work a Bpoclnlty. CIr. torn littllt. i'nper UnngliiR, Kiilsomlnlmr ml WhltcivnuhltiR douo. how prices, All one wnrramou. SUIISOHIl'TION, -i 81.G0 1'KIl VI5A11 Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In MEATS IIlRlioflt prlocfljpald for hides, lard, tnilow gjuno, olo NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. klHjb J. H. SEID, llroodor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- W havo tho rlgn, when you would drive; Our toamn look well, thoy nro allvo, RlKiliorothutHhlne; thoy nro O. K. Keep traolc of. Workman's ovory day. Jjlon Ilka our tcatiiH; thoy'ro mmlo to go, And III tho hiirness navor nIow. Noxt tlmo you drlvo, you traveling tnon, Seek Workman'! plac...

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