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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 October 1899

r f A V BRAINY YOUNG MAN. Marconi, the Inventor of Telegraph Mng Without Wires. "Will Vtntt the United Stnte". Vcry'Sooi " Succtm of u New Hot Atr Treatment for Acute IlllCUlltUtlHIll. Special Correspondence. Now that it is known tliut the .younp Italian electrician, Slg. (luglielmo Marconi, is to he a visitor in this country considerable interest is be ing shown iii regard to his per sonal history. Although now u thor oughly identified with his work in connection with the development of wireless telegraphy, he received very little- attention from the public, even nftcr having proved the practicability of transmitting messages -without wires, until aboitt two ycurs hjo, when, becoming a resident of tgland, his mother'; birthplace, he found himself Associated with other workers along his lilies in that country, lie was born in Rologna about 20 years ago and hn.v, since his extreme youth, lieen much interested in various experiments and iuventious. The unsatisfactory results attained ...

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. — 6 October 1899

kMJLJHMM p" - r B- K MILLIONS WEAVE I) IT. SJo Other Man Was Ever Given 0 Such an Ovation as Dewey. A Tlnnniiml Vcflrtiiln rnrtli'liiiti'l In tlm Nn v'ii I I'liriiilcj Uftl,OIMI People Witrit ' Alumni Ship mill 11,000, M(I Vn Looking on from tlm Mlxiri. New York, Sept. JiO. No Itpmtui con queror returned to Ills triumph of bar baric splendor; no victorious Icing or prince coming hoiiu from ii successful war over received such ii magnificent ovation iih overwhelmed Admiral Dewey yesterday as hu stood on the bridge of tlm Olymphi at thu head of u magnificent licet of steel thundcrorH of tho deep, followed by a thousand vessels of peace, each tiered and coated black with people and willed over the liright waters- of the upper bay and up tlm broad pathway of tho sunlit river, whose banks were (ray with millions of Hugh and streamers dancing In tho wind. As the tomb of (Sou. (irant on the Riverside drive was reached the licet paid its tribute to thu memory of the yreat warrior with a nat...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 October 1899

r Y M Ik r; PLNALTY FOR DOING DUTY. 'i Cancer I'rnetlcc followed 'by Ambtt lance SurttcoiiM In vNcw York City. The nmhulancc came into the hospital yard at a reckless rate of speed. Tho surgeon on it was shouting for stretch ers before, the ambulance stopped at the hospital doUr. Two orderlies seized the wounded man, Jiurriertly put him into a stretcher and lifted him within reach of two house physicians who came hustling down the steps with stethoscopes in their hands. They ap plied the instruments to the breast of the injured man and said "all right." The orderlies carried him into the hos pital r.eeeption room and there the phy slclans again applied the stefhoscopes. This time they pronounced him dead. "Well," said the ambulance surgeon, "that wns a narrow escape, and I couldn't afford it this weejc, either." Asked to explain his strange renlark, the surgeon said: "There is a penalty for any ambulance surgeon bringing a dead man or a drunken man to the Iiospltnl. It doesn't make ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 6 October 1899

fir r T iiHW I mmsssms&e&mis" i ' ii it ' Ufa ?ft r UUK13 WHtKt ALL ftSL fAlLSl IkaU CoukIi Bynii. Tateii (JoihJ. tTB, In tlinn. Hula liv ilrtiKitifitfi. JQIt. W. W. KBKMNO, Nhmaua City, Njsiiuaka, Ofllce ut tlm drug atoro. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public Nomalia City, Nob PLASTERER Acino mill Agntlto work n nprcliilty. CIh. fr"" .Vr".!11, V'i'" ."""King, KnUotnlnliig Unit WIIowhMiL.k ilomi. Low nrloen All tork wurriwitoii. ' Korker & Hoover, Denier In HlKtifltU prices paid forhldoH, Iiinl, tnilow gAtnc, no- NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. J. H. SEID, Ilroedor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA TIIOS. W. UIATT, proprietor of the Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in Oonnqction with Livery Good tigs nnd prompt service. Satisfaction guaranteed. IMO-IM r NOTICE TOR HEARING CLAIMS. In the county court of Nonmlia county, Nebr. In the matter of the. estate or Murlu II. Crotber. deceased, .Stlca ta hereby given that the court has made an onlur llmlt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 October 1899

u. ebmstm Mdvertmr. X .i rx VOLUME XLIV NEMAHA; Nl51iitASKA,.inUDAY, OCTOBER 13, J89. NUMBER 16 Hf 'Ck X: k JLooal News Tin wind Woweth. Still dry and dusty . Kggs, Vli cents per dozen Old paperB for stile at this otllce. Call and nee um at our iiw oflice. Hands lor coin Hhuoklng uro scarce. .Q..N. Titus lo buying Iota of nppliB John Farson was up from Barada Fnday, Dr. James Kay visited Auburn Tnursday. '''he 13. & M. pay car visited Nenaha Thursday . Col. Davenport, of Shubert, was in town Friday. Judgo Bta.idy, of Lincoln, was In town Monday. Gasoline at Keeling' drug store. 20 cr..la pel gallon. Mrs Eil Buell and children went to Club Oichurd Friday. Newt tihaktll iB now living' on the Gilbeit tarm north of town. Morg Fmzior ia biuk with the pre vuliini: lyplio-uialHiial lever. Go to Reeling's drug store for school an, .plies, tablets, crayons, etc. Fay Gnither went out to Wymore Monday, returning the next day, Mr Gfrtrrlson has rented the Hun tington jiousu and in moving in...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 October 1899

w-i "aR rjf w jlH,i '?"$" t - IP " iJT'r yW, V- , ?' I f- ? V $,. I, I m THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V, HANOKIIS rulilfilifir. NEMAHA, NKMtASKA. 4-XXXJ.XX.iXX.I.XXX.t...J.J..t.AX4.J.J- a OCTOBER 1899. I 4 f. ; ; Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur; Frl. Sal. j :22 23 24 25 26 27' 28 ' i-7 JJ 0 v i X jl i 5 TOPICS OF THE DAY. Mr. Alien .irujr (lot r.oiienoiiin. Amos L. AHon, who will probably miccccd Thomna I J. Hood in congress from Mill no, never drinks Intoxicating liquor and haw never played cards. 1'rerlnnly tile .Suine Height. It was observed of Admiral Dewey and the president, as they walked through the eapltol building in Wash ington arm In arm and across the plat form, that they were of precisely the came height. Negro I'leoted Miijror. Now Grand Chain, a small village In Pulaski county, 111., is the only town In the state that has a negro for mayor. At the recent election IiYcd Runnels, colored, beat his whlto democratic op ponent, James Jones, for the ofllce. Franco 'h lCimrinoun Debt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 October 1899

t, m- v HFWHW pyTqir j- vw-wj , rjfTfirf 1,T sjf,w t. r -Miv-qHir 'iilpinrfvuwvnwn-'T-ffpqpnrr' ! lW,i-JHWPWW PWfW$ ? MBiaauMiia VT HISTORIC KNOX COLLEGE. NOT AFRAID TO FIGHT. THE PRESIDENT IN ILLINOIS. V"f W SI, On Mm Cntnpus of tho ruinous School nl fiitehiirfnril.,tho rrcsldcntniid Clmrle Ihuory Smith Made Addrmse. GalosbuVg, lib, Oct. 8.0n the cam- pus of historic Knox college, where, 41 years ago, Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas met in one of a ihcmorabie series of debates to de termine which should occupy u scat in the United States senate, President McKinhy and Postmaster General Charles Emory Smith Saturday de livered stirrinir addresses qqmmemora live of the contest bctwden thoso-'two" Tjrcat leaders of former days. . Congressman George W. Prince wel- corned the president to tJie-Tenth con fgrcssional distrietauid the greeting on behalf, of the people of Illinois Was spoken by Senator, Shelby M. Culloni. Tlic brief speech of the president was listened to with the clo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 October 1899

uMu yiii H mm r WMmW HjC KdlO-" H. j, 1. 1 mi iii 1 ifiiTifi .11 1 iii'"rnMMBHPPiNBPPWB SjnyaT.r . .wir , - . o . o 00 ilj' A I W: ') - IV THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. HANI)i!KH,liil)IUIifir. NKMAIIA - - NKllRAStfA. GIVE. Tho little brtiwn seed In thoflntnp earth rc poalm?, All, htlnd to dho HkIiI mid the bounty aliotfe, In able to Just ftffiUts way through the dark ness, - ? Nor stirs tlio Jono idtonco with ono thrill Of love. Hut wIipii It looks out 011 n world full of un. hIiIiiu It breathes life Inspiring for leaf, bud nnil llowor; Transfigured It lifts up n noni? ntul 11 bltss InK. Its fragrant llpn utter n nienHiiRO of power. flee where from t slIttorJnK throne In the henvonii Jlurnn clear nnd unfailing the light of the Mtnr Unconscious of nil the bright brums It dls- POUHI'M, It Hci'H but tlio other worlds shining nfar. It Hvch by Imparling Its wnrinth iintl Us luster, lly doing the thing It wnii Riven to do: And the song of the spheres, that bnn puz zled the ages, Is only t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 October 1899

HOW TO PULL POSTS. Ji. UllUoillt IhiilcrliiUlnu'Thnl In Mnilc tinny hy the KxcrclHc of. n Little. SlriitiiKCut. We lind n lot of old posts to pull and "haul olT. Tin- ground was dry and the posts came up hard. We ait first thought to take a long olo and yank them out by muln strength and awkwardness xvhile the team Mood by; but decided upon a different plan mill took with us merely a good, length of chain and i piece of 2 by 8-inch stuff about .10 inches long. Father drove the team and 1 manipulated flic chain, eti'. We started down on (he right-linnd sldcof and close tlSSSrtlilsS? HOW TO l'UliL POSTS. to the line of posts. In driving past a post lie swung Ihe team a little to the right, then slightly to the left, and backed a few feet, bringing left hind wheel of wagon about in lime with jwst nnd within a few foet'Of it. One end of chain having been fastened around t..s .axle near left wheel, J hooked the other end around jiost close to ground, then lifted chain nnd set the piece o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 October 1899

it mpiMPvmwf o ' n ij fev..-' T . 'v s 1" 5 . u- . I ss ME FALL Al Qomc Extracts tp Show By . Mr QUAD.' lie Ijiid loved Iter In ictTct for .'IS ()llg.U'll1'K, 1)11 HO W'ell llMll III' Veiled IllH Tci'llllffH lllllt Kill' llltd III' XI' I' I'XI'U HIH- jicetod, "llii'in. On thiw evening, n the gain Hcrcniiled about the limine mid the ruin fell in torrent, Henry Copro (Jo lting Mit doxxn before, (lie glowing lire mid said to hlmsrlf: "Her fniirl.li husband is now dead, mid If I 11111 cut going to marry her no'v Im my time. I xvill go straight to lier mid tell lier of my lyxe." And Ik: went forth into the wild nloriu and in duo time reached the res idence of the Widoxv.Ji'iinern. When lie linked If fil.e wan in, the Herrnnt re Jiiarked that Hlie might posidbly br out. llayiny golf, but would sec about Jt, nr.oont" KXCbAIMlU). (Hid the liiinuteH later our hero was iiKhered Into the presence of the only woman he had oxer really lined. lie d(d not give her time to sink if he had loHt his d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 October 1899

MAKING BEEF TEA. z. i ' DEVEY ATTENDS CHURCH. I'm? era nml TlinntisRlvlitg Jar Victory Anil tho Sato Itoturn of tlm Admiral . frofti tho l'crlls of tlio Dcop. Washington, Oct. 0. Admiral Dewey ycsturtluy attended Divlno services at St. J6hn's Episcopal church, where tho Episcopal special ceremony of prayer and thanksgiving for tho crown of vic tory for our arms arid ior the siufe re turn from sea was conducted "by Ilev. Dr.. Mnckey Smith, tho rector. Tho rector in his sermon made no allusion to the admiral, "but impressively de livered tho two formal prayers on tho ritual, at the request of the admiral. One of these pavo thanks to "Almighty God, the sovereign commander of tho world, in whoso hand is power atid might, which none is able to with stand, " and for "all tho victories and deliverances of tho past two years." Tho other, to which tho entire congre gation bowed earnestly, otters thanks for "conducting safely through tho perils of the great deep, this worthy servant who now d...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 October 1899

- ' I'jWp'fUJ1"'' i. u urttrt .,- . wiiit mm, dkkmm wwiimJiiiiiiiiiim , imMmrmiiiini immmi . ..-iuljuii ujuiijmwwi "" iBirwn wwiw-iiihuujjm yypyyi ' &' f . I ... . .' V.' fUf.il Viii-Mi- All lO tAuT rEl - It. fiinn .'.& t.ar l.,..l.t.- . .m-i- aTivu -imiLvi ...-ft!. v$$mmM2m W "" "-" -".-"" i rlt. W. W. K ...... I N'C," ' .NicMAjiA.Crrr, NunnX'KA, Office at thn drug store. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : - : Public NuinrVha City, Nob PLASTERER Artnu mil Attutlto work n specialty, CIn. rriiN hiillt. 1'iipor IIiuiIiik, ICul-iimliiliiK hiul WliewnMikiu do no. Low Jirlso ., All tor If viirnintiMl. Kerkcr & Hoover, tieiilnr in MEATS MlulifHt prices jintil for IiIiIch, lard, tallow (Aim), nlo NEMAHA CITY, NICBKASKA. J. H. SEID, llroeiler of Thoroughbrod Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA TI10S. W. I1TATT, proprietor or the Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in Connection with Livory Gooi. rigs nnd prompt atirvlce. Sntlsfnctlon uurntitta-.l. li-j.i-M) NOTICE I0P. HEA...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 October 1899

fjr -TP'i I t r. n-c: an. VOLUMHXLIV N KM A HA, iJilP.ASKA, -VHIDA.Y, OOTOtf'KU 27, 1890 .. ". JUJM1WU yWt t!Ltf Jl," ' ? t? iwWi n -w-w rMMty Whi in mm Smw i ?-1 it wwyMr J T jf. MV Jmlgu E, A. Tucker, of Humboldt, viill sponk nt JUniiuhn. next Wednesday niglit, November 1st. . kyfarMMii nmitl smr mm titiam . m i?m ,mvw-K nnr'Ti ifiiiMMi i.tWy;jHwraiWJlw TMVnf7ciit ' iWJ fit it t t? $1 'fi!flif0ffZ0 i LocalNoww immMnm-mt wef)fiw"atfjrcwrav He-ivy frosts. Tut! drouth is btoken l'rcpate for cold weather Old papers for sale nt litis ofllqe. liulter continues scarce, at lit cents 11 pound. Mrs, Utfos Lesley weut to Uiuekeu '"ililay. Gasoline at Reeling's drttj stote. ee;ils pel g-illou. -0 ; Jim Bennett went to Oinalia Thtti8 day, 011 business lolin Koinp.horne IMS' six apiiug calves lor sale good ones. Kev. .1 uli 11 T. Stuub, of JN'cbraika City, was in town Tuesday. Go to Keellng'3 drug sioie for school supplies, tablets, crayons, etc. Harry MoCiiudless and G. N. Titus went to Omaha ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 October 1899

Tjpr THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER iV. W. HANUIIU-, l'tillllnlirr. NEMAHA, NKllItASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Iln Ik Worth n lllllli.n. Tlio only man In tli world reported to bo worth ov;r 51,000.000,000 is tho Anglicized German, Alfred licit Hu is not yet fit), 1h well educated and tnnriu IiIh fortune In diamonds during tlio pant Sit yours. Onu-Tlilril for Uniform. When u mini enters thu United Slates iscrvleo fiH n second liiiututiiint of 'mil rinos ho nitiHt expend more thnu"one tlilnl of IiIh four-year's suTur for-mil-forniH. A second lieutenant gets Sl,r00 ft.year and tlio regulation wardrobe re quired COStH S(500. A Pointer for tlio V. (J. T. l). ' The .utmost that the most active tem perance worker has ever dreamed of the enormous sums of money yearly squandered In thu beer trjwlo has prob ably never equaled tho following state- ' incut of cold, actual facts: Tho quan tity of bcerconsumod annually through out tlio world would form a lake itjf miles long, ono mile wide, and six fecit de...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 October 1899

aP 1 r BATTLE WAS SEVERE, ""British and Boers in a(Dcadly Af fray at Glcncoe, Natal. After Klcht Hour of Iluril Figlitltic tlio Tr.utifiviml Triii ."Mel H UeelnWn I).;- tent ltonrit I.ont 800 mid tlio It ltlr.li SftO. Ulcncoe Camp, Oct, ill. The battle -yesterday wits' a brilliant success. Tho iioeTH got a reverse which may possibly for a time at any rate cheelc all aggros give action. The Hritish artillery prac tice In tlie early part Of tile day .decided tlio battle. The seizure of Dundee jiill by the Doers w. a s'urprise, for al though, the-piqk.s bad been- exchang ing shots all night', it jvns not tuitii a shelf boomed over the town into'tho aitup that t,hcir presence was discov-J crou. xiicti tlie sneiis came last. ;i no hill 'wftS positively alive 'with the Swarming Doers, still the DrUlsh artil lery got to work with niiignilleent energy ."and precision. The batteries from the camp took up positions to tho south' of tlio tqwn and after , a quarter hour's magnificent tiring,' s...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 October 1899

fl fcwV ''"f Mllp I I iT "II' iff 'riMRMhMMwnHfeit 1 w THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HAMDICU", J'lililUlmr. NEMAHA, - - - NKHItASKA. ---,,,',B The Avenger ol (lie Horse. Mrs. Doblcy Goes Ridinp and Has a New Sensation. 4 4 rpjIK extinction of the horse Ib in I fi.Itiil.lt. ' said Mr. Dohlev. ''It IS Mill t tllHUJ Ol U1C HODIC lli'HHi ni long kllOXVIl HH HUUl's llCHt frlcllll pUSH- ing Into tin; background." "I notice they lme to get them out every once hi awhile when the cables and trolleys get 0,lt (,f order," said Mrs. Doblcy. "Then how ean people talk of this extinction of the horse xxlille driv ing remains mi jiopular'.'" "It eannot he compared to the keen rxhllnratlon that one experience In n horseless carriage," Mild Doblcy. "There Ih n sense of power, of eom lilete control that one. can never know with a horKc hi front of one." "Huh Home one been trying to sell you one of those things?" said Mrs. Dob- Jey, HU8)lciousIy. "Oh, no, my d;ar," atlsxvercd her hus hand, with n guilt...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 October 1899

3T r r t&'t- 6 SQUAN CREEK FOLKS Some Local Matters Squan Creek M. QUAD. We regret to announce that Hobby, the two-yeur-old Hon of Kobert Hen derson, our justly populur butcher and general hustler, hud ti fall on the side walk the other day and skinned his nose. Of sueh is the Kingdom of Heaven, and Mr. Henderson will con tinue to sell fresh and salt meat ntthe lowest prices. It was reported around town MVxnday afternoon that Mrs. Aaron Schemer liorn, wife of our courteous and blg Jiearted blacksmith, had broken two ribs while leaning over to di,p water out of the rain barrel. Our reporter hurried to the house and fmrnfl the re port false. It probably arose from the fact that she cut her foot on a piece of broken glass the same -day. She lias assured us that she -will be at prayer meeting Thursday night ns usual, though she may limp a little. ILct 'us thank Providence for her nar xow escape. Last week, in mentionlng'ihe various new enterprises on foot in Squan Creek, we stated t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 October 1899

FOR A BIG CATTLE SWINDLE. Arthur !. Kobi-rU, Willi" "" Wedillnjc Trip, Arrested In Detroit for Ifi-utlug ii Kaunas ;ily firm. Knnwis City, Mo., Oct. IMWArthttf1 0. HobiT.tN w'iin uricMcil ut.Dctroll hint nilit on if 10 herniation of IiiivIiik robbed tbc lii-oiKi- lt llurso Cominto hion company in. a ttll hwltiillc. 'I'Iim arrest was iiiutlojiv'u I'llilti-rlon cletcct ivo, who Marlotl lo KnitwtsCity wjtll liin prisoner tltirink Ul nltflit,. to avoid u habeas? cot-rum prorncditiff. Kobcrts was . inVolvuil in. traiimiotlojiH tfiafc ', would liayo inailo. thu l'tuhOH of Khiihhh City iuini"itissloti 'd'ualer.s tvjttroKiiio about Sl),0i0, bnt was Mtspcoteil . in timo for most of flu! tiniistoMivu thuln-. Hclveh. In a llttlu lovn . liotir Fort Worth, Tew, Robert) was married about,' a month n;o,, accord in),' to tin,', detective, but Roberts did not feel wife, and wont to Denver, then to Vnnliinirlon and Oregon and 'nooii aflerwilrd to Vnn eouver. JJy this time, the., detuot Ivu wan not fa...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 October 1899

-vf iir v yrw T 4. ENEMIES OF THE SALOON. Tfettnnnl Contention of the AV. C. T. U. An einhlrx nt Srttttln Intnrrntlni; Aililrons tijr Mrn. StcnmiP, Nntlniml 1'rciltlent. fcjcnttle, Wash., Oct, 21. White Ktb TonrH to tlio number of nearly 000 aro in Seattle participating i the twenty fifth annual convention of the Wom en's Christian Temperance union and celebrating in songj in prayer and in joyful tlinnlcBgivitig the hilver jubilee of the organization. The best summary of the work done by the W. C. T. U. was furnished in the report of the national president, Mrs. Lillian M. 'Stevens. She said: Since tho first convention great advance 1ms been lnadq In tho catiso of purity, total absti nence and prohibition. Matter laws bearing up on ipjastloni of tho purity and sanetfty of tho liotnn luivo licen ;nacto.l, among thcni laws rul.sln tho ngo of protection for glrN until Its average is now II Instead of II). and In some ntatoH us uIkU lis 18 oiM. Tho consumption of alcoholic- drinks is gr...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 October 1899

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Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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