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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 June 1900

T -JSWW ' ' l fJ S fJ V The Nebraska Adveitisr W W. SANDERS, Publisher. Fuidav, Junk 1ft, idik). This Paper One Year. Farm Journal nearly 5 Years. PAT UP AND GET BOTH PAPEBSFOR THE PBIOE OF ONE. Wo wnnt to got ()0 uow subscribere to our paper, and aro going to do it if we can, vo thereforo continue our arrangement with tho Farm Journal by which wo can Rend Tho Nebraska Adverser and the Farm Journal for the remainder of lyOO and all of l'jul, 1)o2, 1k3, l)ol. both for S1. And we make the Bnme offer to all old pubsorib. ers who will pay nil arrearages and oho year in adrance. You know what our in, and tho Farm Journal is a gem practical, progressive a clean, honent, useful pnpor full of gump tion, full sunshino, with nn immonRO circu lutien among the best pcoplo everywhere. YOU OUGHT TO TAKE IT. TIIItICK IIT.tND. Sight Koitortnl to Veteran of the Clrll War Ilouiurkafole Htory of George Dodge. Lincoln Evening Nnw.s, March 3, 1800. Yesterday at tho olllce of Drs. Soy monr & Cox thor...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 June 1900

"PXjPWPWV wtjtw .,v. -wt i B m THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. 8ANDKKS riildUhiT. NEMAHA, NRHKASKA. lfc!Jldl!4J& JUNE J 900. Mon. Tuo. Vcd. Thur. Fri. y TT7i JaTw 7 18" 19 20 21 22 25 26 27 T 29 TOPICS OF THE DAY. AiiliTlruti Ciipttiil IlirU of It. CIiIiiii'h new niilrrtnd from Cnntnn 1o Hunkow, with it branches, will bo 1,000 milcH loiitf. It will be built by American capital. Mliilirnntii tlm (Irmit Whriit Country-. MlmiCKotn alone produeeR approxi mately' about 80,000,000 ImihIicIh of wheat, or about one-thlrty-hevcnth of tho total production of t lie world. I.nrRimt In Any Oim Yriir. Tlio total receipt h of tho MotbodlHt Foreign MlKHlonnry Hociuty for the last year were $1,:70,3I)0.07, which In the largcHt amount ever paid into tliu treasury In ono year. l'or CiiIiiiii SHiiiiil-Tcitrlirri). A fund of $.".0,000 ban boon raised In 'JloHton to entertain for several weeks n large party of Cuban Hchool teachers in that elly. Cuba's debt to this coun try for disinterested friendship...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 June 1900

r v ?'pr? wplpll v,Tf"V y y THE HEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANUKKS, I'ublUher. -NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE OLD DACHELOR. Ho Is portly, but very ersct, And always to somewhat digress Artlstlr, and nultc circumspect When It comes to n question of dress; .A lover of whist and of chess, And a little Inclined to be gny, Yot 1 pity him. nevertheless The old buchelor over the wny. .For I know when liln lite I dissect, There Is lack, of tho wifely caress, .No children around li tin collect, Ills home-coming nightly to bleaa; .And to 3can him again 1 confess He's a trifle Inclined' to bo gny, In Bplto of hln eoclal success The old bachelor over the way. .And I feel my surmise Is correct, When I look at him closely and. guess "That when lie takes time to retlcct IIo misses the true happiness; 'T'or the lack of a homo will depress, And his boyhood' was happy, theyisay; '! fancy that dreams must oppress The old bachelor over tho way. K.NVOY. What, marrled7 This morning, no less. For who shall-King Cu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 June 1900

',T7fl far" ! Hi Lie r J, '4 ft' "HSTOfiffllg BywyrtMwy Mp rM asss TpTCUldS WIlTiit Ail tlStfAILS. " ' h J Bert Cough Hjrrnp. Tmim dotal. Uko f"f .Id In limn. fioM tir (IriicuUt. 11 F)U. W. W. KEELING, 2SKMAHA GlTV, NlillllAKA. Odlco at tin) drill store. JT K tiM SMulii iJMl V PLASTERER Aomo mill Auntlto worlc hiipcIiiIIv a ilnu tenia IiiiIII. I'npar UniiulilK, KiiUomlnltiK nml Wltownalilnir. ilono work wnrrnntiiU . Low jirlcoi, All Kerker & Hoover, Donlor In "m::e!.ats HIhPHt prlcoH paid for hides, lnrd, tallow git inn, nto' NEMAHA CITY, NEBRASKA. THOS. W. IIIATT, proprietor of the Livery & Feed Stable NEMAHA, NEBR. Good Dray in Oonnootioa with Livory Good rigs nml prompt gorvlco. guaranteed. Satisfaction O-ifll-iil) fin vtiRi' XPERIENCE Track Marks Dcin CoPYRiaHTa Ac. Aaron sanding a sketch and description asay aalofelr Moeruin oar opinion free whether an rnvantlon Is probably astanUble. Communlriw Mona strictly confidential. Handbook oa ratent Mat free. Oldest a ency far ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 June 1900

i ', '?rF.Y wry W"iPS)p5' VOLUME XL1V NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1900. NUMBER 52 t I. 'I ,' 'f'" . i ' k ' Local News Neinalm will celebrate the Fourth. See Hill & Keeling for tire insurnnco See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing G.N. Tltua returned from Chicago Monday. Mr. and Mis. Marion Feory catno In from Glen Hock Siturday, returning Monday. J. S Iladloek, of Johnson, came to Nemaha Wednesday and Is doing some painting. Miss Leta Linn went to Sterling, Nebr., Monday to visit relatives for a few days. Misses Ethel and Graes Paris attend ed the teachers' institute at Auburn last week. Prof. '. L. MoNown, of Peru, visit ed Nemaha friends a few hours last Saturday. West castor ninchiiie oil in tho world for aalo by the Edwards & 13radfoid Lumber Co. Mis Mattie Bantz went to Nebraska City Wednesday, where she will make lie i home for awhllo. Mrs. Kuwltzky came down from No braska City Monday and is visiting her mother, Mrs. Strain. John A. Hiatt orders The Adv...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 June 1900

grr "mfpmm MMM9WJWVH m M Vf Vt; IS VERY WARLIKE. Situation in China Near the Point of Armed Conflict. nTnnlmrH of I'liri'lgu l.cttitt Irma In I'nkln Virllliill)' l'rlminor mid Antl-Kiiriil;n Moll Arc In tint Mlrii'lM ,Muy hiiml Troup friim .llitullii. London, .lime 10. TJiIh in the sit uation In Cliiiiu mi it. appears to the Shanghai correspondent of the Daily Express, cabling hist evening: "Jt Ih ri'filly a sin to of veiled war. Tlio members of the foreign legations In Pekin are virtually prisoners and the Chinese troops are only rest ruined from attacking them by fear of the legation guards. Meanwhile the ministers are altogether unable to communicate, with the commaudei'H of the relieving column, which Ih mak ing an enforced and iHolated halt be tween Tien Tsin and Pekin. M'lie wiiIIh of tlie capita) are guarded by 100,000 imperial guards. The gates- are heav ily defended with modern guiiH. Gen. Tung, acting under orders from the emprcHH dowager says that no more foreign tioopH h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 June 1900

rf-j rwpvitfxz 'Wrm,wfye9y9 aM"alaaa"lv,M',a',',a',laM''laBa'aallMiainan I f r f L DEVICE FOR BROODERS. How to Avolil na Inconvenience Which IIiih Anniijcd Poultry H'tla- orn for a Ijiiiik Time. Almost till the brooders, whether factory made or home made, have a lower story for the lamp and an up per iloor in which the chicks nrc hov cred, minting necessary nn inclined board for the chicks to run up on. They are constantly getting under this board, and often become chillcrt becnuse they do not know enough to "walk the plank" properly. The cut MAKING BROODERS SAFE. shows how this trouble may be avoid ed easily. Three slopes are made to the incline, thus affording no chance for missing the way. A chicken is a very stupid thing, and cannot be de pended upon to do any thinking for itself. It is this nature of both old and young fowls that makes it ho nec essary to be constantly watchful in managing poultry. A little lack of care and a dozen chicks, perhaps, have become chilled and lost....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 June 1900

;,; Mi T suv up 'nijp(!HT J"T,"nr' f fj- -fw j v tt; sc ae riMH f I i i ',1 I M A POINTER i7 fid MA The Nebraska Advertiser CHEAP READING I Bofore making arrongements for your year's Btipply of rending matto call and got our clubbing rates. The following are aomo of our corabina nationsi The Advortlaor one ynr and the Farm Journal until Dec. SI, 1004, for only $1 The 'Advertiser and St Louts Globe Doraocrat both one year for 81.00 The Advertiser and the Chicago In ter Ocean for 81.40 The Advertiser nnd otthcr the Toledo Blade or the New York Tribune for 81.35 The Advertiser and the Household, a homo monthly, for 1.35 The Advertiser and the Iowa Hornet stead, Poultry Farmer and Insurance Journal all one year for $1.35 WANTKD-SKVEKAL PKIUON8 FOK DI8 trlotOnicoMnmtKcrnlu this htatoto rep resent inn in tholr own and surrounding countlen. Willing to pay yearly $600, payable weoKly. I)onlrallo employment with unus ual oppoitunltlc. Koforonccs exohnnged. EnnloKonolf-udilrrHHPtl nlninpcd en...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 June 1900

T" wwwir&"nw "''' JTrffT5r ' i ifwy g T " -., . -i; L1 ---- r- .aijwrw.. tttUfcaM 1 - -ejer 5 t S fr 1 he Nebraska Advertiser V W. 3A.SDER3, Publisher. Fuiday, June 22, idoO. 1 his Paper I Farm Journal One Year. nearly 5 Years. PAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPEESPOR THE PEIOE OF ONE. Wo Wftut to got r00 now pubscribora to our paper, nutl uro going to do it if wo cnn, wo thoroforo coutiuuo our nrnuigcuient with tho Fixriu Journal by which wo can Bend Tho Nobrmtkn Advcrtisor and tho Farm Journal for the reiuaindor of 1j00 and all of lgol, ljo2, I90H, lyo4, both for $1. And wo inako tho same offer to all old subscrib er who will pay all arrearages und ouo year iu advance. You know what our is, and tho Farm Journal in a goiu practical, progressive a clean, honest, usoful papor full of gump tion, full sunshine, with an iinnionso circu lation among tho best peoplo every whoro. YOU OUGHT TO TAKE IT. LITTLE BOOK WOEM XUNOKANT FAIIKNTS CON8IDKK RKAD1NU UNIMl'OKTAXT. Should HftTO Proper Light Chil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 June 1900

r $ " BISflBlmlfflflBBIBIIWBIBB nn t fe r b r, THE NEBRASKA ABYERTISEB W. W. HANDKKS riiutlalif r. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. ttittlo of Colli-co .It I'll. In (loniiuny one irinn In t!13 tfoi'it to collide, in Kcollnnd one in S.10, in thu United States onu in 12,000, and in England one in r,00(). I.I lluiiir (.'Iiiiiik'm rn Army. Li 1 1 1 1 1 1 Cluing iiiiilntnliiH nt bin own expense n force of lt.OOO Holdicm its u bodyguard. They lire no part of llie CIiIiiifc army mid are lliu best-jiaid-Koldiem in the empire. Ity Afdlitniiitliiti Nlxtm-ii Tlinm. Anion,' tho few eotijjreHHinen who have bosjn unttiiltnotiflly renominated, John II. Kftelitim, of New York, holdn tlie record, linviii"; been elioKcn by ac clamation 10 tlincs. lie i.s u ruj)tib lican. Viilnt'Ht IVopln tin 1'iirtli. A Froneh txplorcr lias discovered on the went coiiHt of Africa wliat bo rctftirdH iik tlie vainest people on earth. They are the I'alionliiH, u war !lc tribe, wIiohc main employment In tlie adornmen...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 June 1900

wnt " JL ' $fl9p r, "l ' Y A r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. AV. HANDUU.", I'ubltNhrr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE CHOICE. It It could choose, would tho chattering brook Flow tirelessly on, from each shndy nook, Out to the sun nnd the sen? Would It blend with the waves In the nonp- tlde alow, Or hIhk Its own sour, In melodious! flow Monarch of meadow nnd lea? If wc cou'.d choose, would n starless sky, Or a frot or a Jar or a tear or a sigh E'er enter these lives of ours? Would we willingly go through life's devi ous ways Serene in the sunlight, dark In the haze, Unmindful of Pleasure's flowers? Ah, could wo choose, wo would miss, I think, The strength of our striving the towering brink Of Virtue too hard to climb; ' But man In his bosom has burled a dream God-given, and' tenderly, lltfully glcnm Under the enrth-mold nnd rime Glimpses of beauty that lure our hearts on, Despite, of life's failures, out Into the dawn Of peace through tho tempest of pain; lor man's but a child, nnd his lesson to...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 June 1900

'-:Qe w .- , I The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. SANDKUS, Publisher. KVMAAMWUA FitiuAY, Junk 22, 1000. McKinley & Roosevelt. Tlio republican natlotial cotivontion root at Philadelphia Tuesday. The platform was adopted Wednesday, and on Thursday William McKluloy was renominated Tor president by a uuanii tnoua voto of the convention, and Gov ernor lioosevelt. of Now York, wuii nominated for vico president by u unnnimoua voto. Tho Advortlaer is 44 years old this week, aa this iasuo completes volumn 44. Dr. I. L. Callison, tho Stella dentist, will b at Nemaha next Monday, pre pared to do all kinds of dental work. Olllcout tho hotel. Mr. and Mrs, Wils Combs, who liuv been living near Grand Island for bov. eral years, camo t Nemaha Fiidny and will visit friends for a fow days. Thuy have a gieatmany friends who are glad to hoo them again. As a form was being put on tho press Friday morning it droppod through to tho lloor with tho coiibo quonce that tho entire pago was "pied." Printers will...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 June 1900

' w rr.'trr- 'ypfw; fuipw ; "' ''',j,1it f f ft 1 M r-T H i, ftteffiief VOLUME XLV N ISM AH A, NEBRASKA, FU1DAY, JUNE 20, 1000, XUMBEU t AfbiAf w 'T ! k I A fcr A ' iinmnw Liooal ISI ewa See Hill & Kiwllng Tor lire iu.sunuice See Keeling a new Btook of wallpaper. See W. W. Hai iia of South Auburn loi Clothing. Twenty buaheta of cane seed for bhIo nt &0 ccuta per bushel 00 pounds to the bushel. N C JAUVia. Heat castor inachluu oil In tho world lor anlo by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Get your binder iwino tiom Gilbert & MuUaudleaa. They uro ottering apoo hilly iow priced. Tim heat pulnt In tho world, (The Sherwlu and Williams) one dollar and lltty ceutrt per gallon at'Koeling'a drug Hlore. Miss llattlo Burgess, who hua been in Nebraska City tor three or four weeks, returned homo Friday of lust eel;. For the best assortment of Dry iJooda and Shoes go to tho Daylight btore ot South Auburn; W. W. Harris piopriclor. Miss Bessie Leslie, who hua been visiting her siste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 June 1900

KW "" -wfiq. r" -u '-wrw -ioj -JW "" '-S t-W3Jj.-. l & i r H M ii THE NEBRASKA'ADYERTISER II I (V. XV. HANDIJIty, l'tllilUlmr. NEMAHA, NEIIRASKA, TOPICS OF THE DAY. Only Ono-Hlith A ICilnoitMl. Tbo Inst enumeration of tlio peoplo of Itotimunlu sliows Hint in ik popula latlon of nearly 0,000,000 nearly -1,000,-000 can neither read nor write and Hint only 1,000,000 havo any education worthy of notice. Illn I'upnhir Ktimillnc Unilrntliiieit. A man elected vice president of the United Stolen can iay that tbo people Iinvu expressed their willingness, through, llir. ballot box, thai lie Hhonld succeed to the highest olllce. The popular standing of the vieo preni dent is underestimated. A lnlr of Kimalur Hi'iiryrl:litH. Mr. and Mrs, Channcey Morltui, of IndianapoliH, weigh jointly 700 pounds, lie being -150 and she 250. They have just, returned from it trip abroad. There wiih no berth on the iitcamer big enough for the huge 1 loonier unci n nneeiul one wiih constructed. Kurnly tli War ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 June 1900

Y X THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANIII5KS, l'ublUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE PROMISE OF THE PAST. Tin but of fleeting years n acorc, Klnce father used to cn'l ".My son, 'tlH time you pot to bed; Come, miy Rood night to nil." Ah I how unwelcome were the word a, And how they spoiled the funl I wasn't tired, why, not n bit! Our game wus not half done. But time has flown, and I'm a man, And henvy loads I benr; Tor wenrlly the'lngglni; hours DniB on, held back by cure! 'Too long, too long, are now the days, And things arc different quite: How gladly would 1 now respond To father's call each night! . Somehow the thought occurs to mo That this name rule may hold When I ahnll find my race Is run, And life's bright fires grow cold; May not the somber messenger, Whoso call I now would dread, Come at the last, a welcome friend, To bid me to my bed? Kansas City Independent. lAPiJHjyggDfo lCopyrlcht, 1898, by S. S. McClurc CHAPTER V. Continued. "Your brother died three yenrs ago," 'ho suiil, "a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 June 1900

W ' IWWlPWPr 'p. 7""1 ' 1 Wwiw t ni u mtam ' T ! ! 'i'- tmtu juui juttjj uxniiMin juurtcmu HiM.mn.iumn m V Ii l rr lfr i i K I Dt.'1 II-. I'ji POINTER I The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. SANDERS, Pnbliaher. Fiiiday, June 20, 1000. rc CHEAP READING ! Boforo making arrangements for your year's supply of rending matto cnll and got our clubbing rates. The following aro aomo of our comblna nuttons: Tho AdvortlBor ono year and tho Farm Journal until Dec. SU, 1004, for only $1 Tho Advortlsor and St Louis Globe Domocrat bptb ono year for 81.00 Tho Advortlaor and tho Chicago In tor Ocean for 81.40 Tho Advortlsor and either the Toledo niado or the Now York Tribune for 31.00 Tho Advertiser and tho Household, a homo monthly, for 81.35 Tho Advortlaor and the Iowa IIome Stead, Poultry Farmer and Insurance Journal all ono year for $1.35 THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER 312 ISSUES BY MAIL ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Special Offer to Mail Subscribers THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS Is tho greatest newspaper b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 June 1900

r u w a I 3 ;fl s I .1 i w t 1 Tho Nebraska Advertiser V. V3ANdKSIt3,;.ttbH8h9r SAy"w,Nrvv v,'vv FldUAYj .)tNK2, 11)00. Ii. This Papor Ono Year. Farm Journal nearly 5 Years. PAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPEE3F0R THE PIUOE OF ONE. We want to gut r00 now HUltforibers to bur paper, iintl mo tjoing to do it if vo can, we thurefoio continue our uriniigemout with the Farm Journal by which wo can send Tho Nulnatka Advevtiher and tho Farm Journal for tho remainder of ln()l) and all of l)ol, ljio'2, luoll, 1o4, both for SI. And we make the name offer to all old Mibserib oiK who will pay all arrearages and ono year in advance. You know what our iB, and tho Farm Journal is a gem practical, progresnive a clean, honest, useful paper full of 'gump turn, full nunshtuo, with an iininonRO circu lulion among tho beat people every where YOU UUG11T TO TAKE IT. i:VKS KUINKD. Or. Soymour Subttutliite Statement Mitilo by un Kintiient Oculist. Lincoln Evening; News Kcbruary 21, 1000. "People seem to think glasses ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 June 1900

wjwWNwwart ' ' g.naap. imhh fM MUSH wryy't'W1lWWg'Wl'y - ' o;ii ! .VM IF, I ITS W011K FINISHED. Republican National Convention Names McKinley and Roosevelt. llotti )lioim by Aeiliiiinitloii A mill Seene of Wllil f'.iitliiiliiin -I'liitrorm liidnrxr Cold Hliimlitril imil favors llolitlni; All Jmxv Territory. Philadelphia, dune U2.- President McKinley wan unanimously renomi nated for president of the United SIiiIch by llii' republican mtt tcimil oon vontioii nt 1:18 o'clock ycHtcrtlny, imd mi hour mid ten minutes Inter (lov. Theodore JJoohcvcK, of New York, vriH iiniiiiiiuotiHly st'lculcd lo Htanel bcKldu li 1 in in the coming buttle. The kcciiuh attending the selections were tiiiniiltiioiiH. Such unanimous tleinon otrulioiiH in honor of the nominees feZi $&3$?i vj IF' WWHEy W'&gg&ffim lMtKSIDKNT WlhMAM MOICINhr.V. of u national convention have never been equaled pcrhapH in thu hiHlory of politics in thin country. It was a lovo feast, a jubilee, a rutilicution inecting. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 June 1900

$P$Tjpj(w WJ vft,'JT&7'?"?w'''F' "if''Tr &- .w.- "rawfl wmsir "unw' "."T w ''iiyiri "W, .(-j ." -r-sT ?r!F,W f 'l??"' t?"' RE m n v SHUTS OUT THE STRIKERS. Peilnrnl Court Inmio nil Order l'rolilbltlntr Them frcim Inturforliit; with ltumilni; of St. KouU .Htrrnt Cur. St. Louis, Juno J:0. Jiulpe Elmer 11. .Adams, of the United States district court, Moudny grunted a temporary injunction in the eusu of V. D. Ma lion nnd nil the members of division No. 131 of the Amalgamated Associa tion of Street Jlnihvny Employes of America, restraining them from in terfering in any way with the running of mail cars over the lines of the, St. Jiouis Transit company. This deci uion was reached after listening to the arguments of counsel for the strikers and United States Hlatrict Attorney Jlozler, and the reading of numerous allhkn'its submitted by both sides. M'KINLEY CANNOT ATTEND. OwIiir to I'rcvloiii I'lnn I ho l'rrnldont Will Not On South loAttonil llltlo and (Iriiy Itoiiiituit. Washington...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 29 June 1900

v Wf W "Kh,-rV - --T-sfBy ....7JMTniawMawwwJiT - rr 'i ' t"."k 5 n', " -Vpwte' HJlWI,llllll iy i nwy-j" 'aw K n T ."X I ,'F illi IT) ' lfc as J.I t- ! ' " Y. Vtttp&fUumimmtunnr n'lw " The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. SANDERS,, Publisher A BACK YARD CAMPAIGN. I It M. FlUDAY, iIUNK'20, 1000. Mrs. H. J). Waterman camu to Nfiiimlm Thuradiij of lust week, ro i liming Monday. Mtb. W. E. Stoken roturned to Au burn Wedneaduy after u vlult with fiifttics in tliiB vicinity. Holiday Hates via the Burlington Route July a and 4 liotwcon Htations i o: more than 200 mlleo apart. Miaaea Lillian Minlck and Vera Clark and Gyrus Minlck wont to John Moii'Monday to honr Blind Roono thut nlsht. Mr, and Mra. Mnrlatt, who nro now T living Jn Kansas, wero visiting old Nemaha friends laat Saturday and Sunday, going to Auburn Monday. A dog belonging to Milt Qnskill jumped on Httlo Gortrudo McCundleaa Woducsday whilo alio was in tho swing at her home and bit her, breaking tho akin In a place or two on tho sho...

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