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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 May 1901

u v I ECONOMY BAG HOLDER. AdJuNtiiltlo toA n y Slee of Stick mid Van lie Used Ueiwlll)- Ity One or Two 1'criMMiM. This bni' holder was designed by me ii"l it lias been of grout utility at our furin us it cuu be used alone or two persons can use it, one filling the sneks and the other tying them up. To make it take u 2x1 board and saw it in two pieces 24 inches long; then take a piece 2x0 and saw it 20 inches long. After this take u piece eight Inches wide and six feet long and saw it in three pieces eaeli two feet long. Now nail these three boards on these other pieces which were 2x1x21 and nail the 2x0x20 between the other pieces. Take another 2x4 board and saw it two feet long and set this studding with one end on the part of the 2x0x20 that sticks out from under the 2x2 foot platform, nnd nail it securely. Then HANDY BAG HOLDER. put on a brace, which is made from threc-cighth-inch round iron, and fasten this about ten inches upon the 2x4, which is simply nailed and fastened to th...

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. — 17 May 1901

i 4iiiiuuiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiauuiiiuiuiiiiuuauiiiiuaaiiiiuuuiiiiaAiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 THE BEST NEWS OH1 MBBASKA. -TnnnnnTfnnnTTnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnniTnnnTTTinnunnnnrrnnnnTTnifnTTnnK LITTLE FACTS OF INTEREST. AHnrliN Itcforni .Si'liool l.nw. !ti Hie opinion of County Attorney Caldwell, of Lancaster county, tin' new reform school law, championed mid pushed tliroiiKli the hint lelxln tnre by Honator ('urrlo, Is xonreely worth the paper It In to be prlntil upon, lie hu.vk the new ln is n bun dle of contradiction mill Is luenimble of enforeeinent. It iniule but two dimiKCM in tlie old law, plnt'lup tbe iifje limit nt U5 yen rs Initeml )f SI yon I'M us the time nt which boys eoni inltted under the net eoiild be din Inured. It also prntidrd thnt the law Hhoiild npply to the hn,j now In the Industrial school. In other words, every inoorrltflble loy now In custody nt Keiirney miiHt Ntny there until he is 21 unless )aroled, while no ,boy who may hereafter be Rent there ean be kept beyond the ii...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 May 1901

BES1 1 Ml h I i. ;( TJ. fe &. . SPECULATIVE CRAZE, Wild Panic in New York Over Northern Pacific Stacks. t'rlco cif SliuroH .liuiipori from 8tH0 to Sl, OOO and .'Men of Opuloncu Woro ltu i lned Co Per Cent. Interest l'ald for Money. Now York, Atny 10. The trading In Northern Pacific became ho wild and excited toward 11 o'clock Thursday that, prices changed rapidly 2.'! and 50 points tit u time. A sale at 530 was recorded and almost immediately an other came out on the tope at 700. At 11:15 Northern Pacific sold nt $1,000 a share for cash. At 11:10 the statement was made Unit J. 1 Morgan & Co. and Kohn, Loeb it Co. had just agreed not to enforce deliveries on Northern Pacific Btock. With this unnoihieenient there came a rally in prices throughout the general list, Atchison common selling tip io GVn, the preferred at 80, Man hattan to 100 and others in smaller proportions. At no o'clock the failures of V. IT. lirower, of 00 Broadway and J. T. Lee, of 02 Hrondwoy, were announced...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 17 May 1901

. fSJf W "ft 1. v I,, :Ta 'TT-ff jt IB IM WRIR ALL ELK f AN.S. ant Cog flymprrMte Good. CrtH M tniw. BoM dydnioliit. jljl The Nebraska Advertiser Dr. g. W, Keeling, Nomnhn, Nebraska. Offico in Keeling building) rcooihI door orth of Aynos' lmrdwnro Htoro. I PETElt KEltKElt; Doalor In Highest market prico paid for IlidcB, Lard, Tallow, etc, J. H. SEID, Breeder of ' Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. Farm one and ono-half miles south west of Nemaha. LeWELLING & SAPP, 0ENERAL REAL ESTATE, LOAN and Insurance Agents. Choice farm loans 5 per cent. Notary Public in ofllce. BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA. Fine line of lap dusters and fly nets just received nt Hiatt's harness shop, Phil Shuck wont to Auburn Wednes day ovenlng, where he will go to work on tho M. P. II. It. section. Dr. Seymour, the Lincoln eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, hero Friday, May Slot, at the Park hotel. To Curo a Gold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tho money If it falls to curo. E V ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 May 1901

-jLaaa-p hUUUtt VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBKASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1901. NUMBER 48 3W 1L 41U it Local News Call on n for job work. Strawberries are now ripening. See Hill & Keeling for tire insurance Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1210 K st. , Lincoln, Nob. Chamber & Matt uro having a lino trade in bmrgles. FARM FOR SALE 5JJ acres, quire at this olllce. In- Charloy Hunt ia cleaning up the cemetery this week. David Carrol started for the state of Washington Tuesday. See W. W. HarrlBof South AuburnV for Clothing and Dry Goods "Nlovt TiVlrliiv mnrnlno. Muv1 :ilt.. In iX, the duto of Dr. Williams' visit. Have your watches and clocks re paired by a competent jeweler at Glas gow & Co.'a, , Dr. Kay is having some changes nnd repairs made about his house, and has had it repainted.. As has been the custom recently, there were two or three tights at the dance Friday night. J)hn I. Dressier, of Auburn, attended the commencement exercises at Nema ha last Friday night. FRE3H 00W FOR SALE. Seven-ei...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 May 1901

ir t " '''Wf-iWP " "Ti'MT'nr" t X - i, ,WijT.i'' w 0tam' v4&h TJPT,Hir " WTA",IJW THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. IV. HANDKKS, I'tihtlshor. "NEMAHA, - - NEBRASKA. r f TOPICS OF THE DAY. .liiNt Wot Your KiiiKcr. f If on ii cnlm day you want to know In what direction the slightest cur rent of air Ih moving, wet your finger nntl hold It tip. It feels cool cm tho Bide where the breeze strikes It, owing to the evaporation. CnntliiK: ."50,000 Men it 'Yrnr, In March tho British Iohs lu South Africa was -150 men killed nnd"".vound cd, 428 died from diseases and 3,069 Rent home as iuvaltdH. Tho cost of tho warfare 1b still nt the rate of nearly 60,000 men a year. Tli oil Klit They were Korjrcrle. A Michigan poHtmnstor Bought to prosecute a man for using Pnn-Amcr-Ican Htamps on lettcrH, claiming tho Rtamps to ho crude forgeries. IIo is now out in tho woods, striving to get out of range of tho jeering throng. New riiieo for the. Pretender. Tho extraordinary proposition in made to the duko of Or...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 May 1901

? ' '! HIS TOUR GIVEN UP. .Mrs. McKinley's Serious Condition Stops President's Programme. CSo do Hntno by Most Direct llnuto Hut How Soon Mm. .McKinley Will Ho Able to Travel Is n Question Which No Ono Cun Answer. San Francisco, May 10. Owing to the very serious character of Mrs. Mo Ifinlcy's illness the president yester dny morning definitely decided to abandon his contemplated northwest ern tour and to return to Washington direct as soon as Mrs. McKinley is able to stand the journey. The grn dty of Mrs. McKinley's condition had been known to the members of the president's immediate party for sev cral days, but had been concealed in the belief that she would rally as she lind so frequently in the past when Buffering from one of her periods ot depression, and with n few days of absolute qniet and rest be restored to her normal condition. Hut her present illness lias been attended with entirely new complications which have not yet yielded to treat ment, and the president, concluded ....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 May 1901

pst" fll"'liw'fi MJ!nArfJue4'twviS5l&r, It jftJKjr? i a , nwii l-j f V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER 4 !-. Bill ! W. XV. SANDKKS, I'tiblMhor. NEMAHA, - " - NEBRASKA. SWEETHEARTS ALWAYS. ' If sweethearts wcro sweothcnrtB nlwnyi, Whether as mnl(l or wife, No drop would bo half ns pleasant In tho minified draught of life. Hut tho sweetheart linn amllcs mid blushes When tho wlfo hn frowns and sight), And tho wife 1ms a wrathful s'lltter For tho glow of tho swccthcurt'B eyes. If lovers wero lovors always, . Tho same to sweetheart and wife, TWho would change for a future Eden Tho Joys of thls,checkered life? But husbands grow grave and silent, And caro on tho anxious brow Oft replaces the sunuhlno that perished With tho words of tho marriage vow. Happy Is he whose sweetheart Is wlfo and sweetheart still, Whoso voice as of old can charm him, Whose kiss ns of old can thrill; Who has plucked tho roso to find over Its beauty and fragranco Increase, As tho flush of passion Is mellowed In love'8 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 May 1901

V .' yX I.S hr'-S ? ' , . ' iJ f-X HSK 1 8fc , . '- ' A V rr I , For The Brave .&.. HERE arc blossoms in t h o clover, there Is music In the pines, And a wealth ot buds Is falling o'er the brave bluc-coatcd lines, And the mulllcd drum Is beating, and ono Hag In glory waves Whcro the sunshlno robes In Splendor s multitude of graves; garb a To tho music of tho river as it Hows un- vexed and free, Bearing outward to tho nations Freedom's Jntcst prophecy, March a people, Fame's descendants, with the summer's sweetest bloom, Which tho dew shall crown with glory on the hero's silent tomb. In tho sunburst of tho morning, every loyal heart to thrill, Como tho echoes of the muskets that were heard at Bunker Hill; And the roses and the lilies In the shadow and the Rhine Lie on the breasts of those who stood one ' day at Brandywlne; Neath the hemlocks and the cedars, 'ncath the vines that greet the sun. The Continentals Bleep beside the Men of 61; And the country, reunited by a love that c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 May 1901

'JrH,jfri'fi'WW1' .- , S r .. &Sfi ,tti t) M N 1J 1 t :t" . it fit." stiiJiuuunuuaiiuiiiiaiiuiiuiiaiiuuuuuuuiiiiaiiauiiiiuimuaiiiiiiiiiiiJiiuiiiiA? 1 THE BEST NEWS OE NEBEASKA. f ijjrmTTnTTnTTnnTTTTnnnnnnirnnnnnnnmTnnnTTnmmnnnTTrTnnnnTTnnnnnnn liiilliiiiH MiikI Ciot Married. A recent despatch from Ponder Bnlil: The recent order" of llio Indinu com njlHsioncr Hint nil JndlmiH on (lie Oiuulla nnd Winnebago iTBcrvulloiiH who nro living together ns mnn nnd 'jvytfe Bltonld get innrrled hnB not re snlfprl In miv vlnilpnt iimrrvlnp. fin , j - .- ---, fdld n similar order leaned a few yearn 'ugo when over 1,C00 ceremonies were performed In lews thnn a week. JMiiny "of tlio Indiana to whom the order 1h 'Issued linvo heen married accOrdlinr to S Indian customs, but some linvo not done so. Few of those have lived1 with ' more than one husband or wife at one time, but ninny have married a second, third and oven n fourth time without having bceh released from their pre vious marriage. As the...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 May 1901

! tl U, MlilfcOii.il .i n ,-i..rT-.-itJt. -!4i 2TlHJ TEXT-BOOK FOR FILIPINOS. 5on. AlncArthttr linn Hail Compiled n Con donned History of tlio United Htntcs In Two Lntigungoft, Washington, Hlhy 13. Tangibles evi dence thnt Gen. MncArthur 1h prose cuting nn nctlvo cnmtmlgn of educa tion in the Philippines comes to the war department, in the form of n number of copies of a condensed his tory of the United States of America, which has been published under the military governor's direction and is being scattered broadcast, for the en lightenment of the Filipino race. The history is printed in both Eng lish and Spanish in alternate pages. The frontispicco is a map of the Unit ed States. Then follows a presenta tion of facts concerning tho physical features of this nation, the separation of the American colonies fromGrcat Uritnln and .the nation's growth aftor independence, both as to territorial and industrial development.! The government itself is then taken up and set forth in detail. ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 May 1901

llJJ Whh W-iV - vTy-" I Eii!'!P& J' Ifl .1. h I H . 'J I.- I II i Ti dfamSBCi SIB iaMaEWilJWwCIaWaWKl CUHtS WHIM ALL tLSt FAILS. i Syrup. TMtci uood. )l(l OT(lrtltBlU. I nan cowti Brru I In UniB. Pol r. "g. W. Keeling, Nemnhn, Nobrnska. Office in Keeling building, second door forth of Aynon' lmrdwnro storo. Local JSTews PETER KEltKEll, Doalor In :m::e3a.ts nighcBt market price paid for Hides, Lard, Tallow, etc, J. H. SEID, Brccdor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. Sam Anderson visited Peru Wedncss day. Fine lino of lap dusters and fly nets just rocoived at Hiatt's harness shop, Dr. Soymour, tho Lincoln oye, ear, nose nud throat specialist, here Friduy, May 31st, at the Park hotel. To Curo a Gold In Ono Day Tako Laxatlvo Brorao Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it falls to curo. E V Grove's signature on each box. Price 25 conts 0 22 Mr. and Mrs. Earlo Gilbert stiirtoci for Bryan, .Oklahoma, Tuesday foroi noon, where they expect to visit rela tives and friends an...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 May 1901

0 J " '-! 0 . J 1 , 0 t: V ..W a ! V , ! X , wyjp uoJc hO OtAAy r- U'i. W 4- ) VOLUME XLV NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 31, IflOl. NUMBER 40 U 1, ; 3UHiefKef, Mebfaito lit ,. - 'At- r 1T Pvi lk ' W Local News Call on ub for job work. See H1U & Keeling for Ore insurance Dr. W. I. Soymour, No. 1210 Kst., Lincoln, Neb. The O'Urlon wngon sold and guaran tee! by Chambers & Hliitt. Fine line of lap dusters and fly nets just recelred at Hiatt's harness shop. Dr. Harlan, eesteopath, graduate of A. T. Still school, Office In Auburn. Consultation free. 0-7 Mrs. Kobeccn Barger rtturned from Auburn Saturday. , II I I !! I I lll Nelson Hadlock returned from St. Joe the latter part of last week. Clyde Hill went to Stella Friday morning to visit friends far a few days. Mis. Roslna Wheeler went to Auburn Thursday to visit her sen, T. Wi Wheeler. Tom Hlatt and Dick Chambers started for Woodward. Oklahsma, Tuesday. See W. VV. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. 3" T Err-" -v-w ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 May 1901

r-yj. -, . - wmfwmin """' v $ " t 5( " lit . $ '. w fc x' 4. ur-r f 1 7 V, M: ll 1 K 1 h "ft ,' I ' t' k V H.Jr At"5- a: V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. HANMKK3, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEI1KASKA. $$$$$$$m$$$$$ 1901 JUNE. 1901 S3K. HON. THE3. WED. TDUR. FHI. SAT. 3 A 5 6 7 8 "Tc!" 1778 19 202T22 "23 24 "25"26"27 28 29' w w fi CURRENT 1COMMENT. LcHtcr Morgan Spier, of Glens Fulls, N. Y., now a senior at Yale, will come iuto u fortuuu of $3,000,000 when ho reaches tin ago of .10. His lata father, William ,E. Spier, thought that was Boon enough for the youth to get con trol of such a fortune. An early start la essential to a young man's success, says Mr. Schwab. But If Mr. Schwab's system can get the young men started In business nny earlier than they do out on tho farm, where the last call Is 4:30 a. m., ho is worth his sulary of $1,000,000. A street railway in a suburb of San Francisco is operated by electricity generated in a swift river 140 miles distant and with a loss of only flvo pe...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 May 1901

nr"r.- n mp,f. tf-i f -n$ -r " ,; lAwwJliJfilljil&'BwI.Tiilii !jlf W Wtka 1 9g '; THE SOLDIER DEAD, i Reports Show That Decoration Day Was Generally Observed. trig Parade lit Nctr York and tho Hall of Kit mo DudlcatcdMany Veterans at Chi cago Unable to March The Uxor clses In Other Cities. Kansas City, Mo., May 31, Dccorn iion day wns celebrated in the usual manner by the old soldiers, veterans of tho civil war. Aside from their exercises there was no other public 'observance of the day, except that tho banks, public olllccsuud department stores were closed all day and many other stores closed nt noon. Tho school-children, who used to accom pany the old soldiers to the cemn "teries and decorate the dead vetor--ans' graves, had no hand in the cele bration. Indeed, they have not taken part in the exercises for several years. .As an old soldier remarked pathet ically yesterday mornings "Even tho children have forgotten us." Reports from many cities' in Kansas and Missouri and all o...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 May 1901

Rgapgrwy, . JalJawllff)Vl'ww'l"Bw":"'" -r '" , . ,. ,,w Jir . a ,wwrA. -iw ,- v- fuag. , . ,,.-,-,?, x..-,jrtnwntm'tnrmMLlMJmaiWtvs f ''1Z. ypjvp. 4ypf. ti.,-itof(,. - tfi- - ?pr "T'-'"" lB'u i " ' 'T, a ,yv7 ,jFrTv 'WPt! vt, 7: ltw frj Wi lit & ' ' ri I Mi ,ftf r . i ,V THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. IV. BANDKKS, I'ulilMicr. NEMAHA, " - " - NEBRASKA. c .THE MOTHER-IN-LAW. The poets and punstirs havo often muJIgueu her, Her temper nml actions they've thorough ' ly cuKBcd! Willi fun-dilvcn heels they've endeavored to grind her Down Into the depths of the ridicule dust. Thc'ttlr hiiB been hot with the Jokes they've tired nt her, You'd think her the worst un the world VJ ever snw, And nivcr a ono hns us yet delcncd to flnt- m ' ter '.That feminine treasure, tho mother-In- f law. Tho nnRcls would envy her sweet dlspoid- Hon, A motherly smile ever clInRB to her fnce; She's proud of the dlfjnlty of her position: Her temper but rarely gets Jarred from Its base. Bho thinks her dear son Is (...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 May 1901

r I '& ,f - 4 -"lit . && or ;.r w , Lf- if ' i . . 9 M WILL LAST lOREVEfi. Australia, Latest Arrival in the Family of Nations. Itn Government In tinned on the Prin ciple of Ufitinl U1k1in for All ami In Dentincd (o Endure for All Time. I HE most important twentieth JL century event tip to the present time is tlie starting of tho po litical machinery oC the new com monwcnlth of Australia, which oc curred in tlie eity of Melbourne on May 9, 1901, in the presence of the duke of Cornwall and York, heir to the Ih'itish throne, and gathering of distinguished English visitors and Australian statesmen. The commonwealth of Australia, as now constituted, consists of the five colonics of New Wales, West Aus tralia, Victoria, Queensland and Tas mania, containing a total population of -1,500,000 and a territorial area of 2,973,000 square miles, or only 029,000 square miles less than the United States. While, numerically, the Aus tralian commonwealth is compara tively -weak, yet on ac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 May 1901

HP ' V J.... - - i..i-siWIMiW'JUIAHiJWi iiiihhwih' .wv. 'W'Tif I ' 'l-7, " ' r --" - Tf , . -. f .iwj CTwrjpiwrrrr "y tfa& ujr. v . t-.w. iMMMMHiaiwMrjtft . Sii&w suWVWM........wif....a-AiWMmiHl .rt uJMMtMiiiMwUM .mMM "- ' "" " i' ' 9T " S, J! ' . ' Km' WW S'v s y ll Sf-vj;' VI m y Ih M t ' ! HT V iqr I ".v '.( r I'M v t ftn- B , 't i1'VW'h , ,TlM IT Wfrv . in f, I l3i . : ;,5aE, I I 1 V iM ,, J 'A.TO I THE BEST HEWS 1)1(1 Not Ot't HIh CIiIM. About (i yctir ago Frank II. Weynnt, (i wenltliy enttluinnn of Lincoln, nc I'Oinpniilcd Ills wife to Hroolclyn, N. Y., on a visit to IiIh brother. Wlille. there Mra. Weynnt gnvo liirlli to n lmby girl, but died n few hours lifter Mio child wiih born. Frank Weynnt returned to Nebrimkn to nttciid to business iniitterM, letnlng IiIh child with hlH brother nnd wife. A few inbntliH Inter the father nskctl Hint Ihc child be went to him, but the brother rofilHt'il to give it up, nlleglng thnt ho young u child could not travel ho long it distan...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 May 1901

3l I I) SClliWCJS AND INDUbXKJf. Four of tho city of Dublin stcnm packet bonts travel at 23 knots an hour tho same paco as the Deutsch land. ' Now n French scientist announces that ho has discovered n method of producing X rays without tho use of electricity. Tho Bengal government has formal ly agreed to grant nn additional sub sidy of 60,000 rupees for three years for further chemical and scientific re searches with regard to indigo culti vation. A full-length marblo stutuo of Dr. William Gilbert, tho father of elec trical science and author of "Io Magnete," is to be erected at the in stance of tho members of tho medical profession at Colchester, his old home. Dr. Ludwig Monti has discovered a method for producing illuminating gas at an expense of four cents per thousand feet. It is thought that this will effect a revolution by cheapening electric power, and it will also havo an important bearing "on tho production of open-hearth steel. Capt. Hornier, whose schemo to or ganize an e...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 May 1901

HHHHHHSPffiSlliff ...,..,.,.. ....LduiiHiyiiM TTTsSFiK ' Tr U ' i ' ' ." , ... , - A r '. T-" ' I .. ' ". & fc PW I' 1V V is' i tf V a ft ii ft .' it "-:-' h?. ! Tt . l lu Ufa "rgni-THT "TFijMii .tjw WSLK ALL ELK MILS. I CoiHrti Irra. TiwtM Good. OniMUM. tuns wsm ML U8t r-3. ! BmI CoHti arm. TiwtMUood. DhB jgfj tw Mm. Horn y druolnU. ,L ($ W. Keeling, Nonmlm, Nebraska. Office in Keeling building, second door orth of Ayncs' hardware) storo. 'PETElt KERKER, Dealer la . The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. Sanders, publBher See tbe change in lulvertlsemontB. T. 0. Ilackor returned to lied Cloud, Neb., last Saturday. A car load of wagons just received by Chambers k Hiutt. Dr. II. S. Galther went ovor in Mis eourl Friday morning of lait week, re. turning tiunday. Highest market price paid for Ilidos, Lard, Tallow, etc, j 3L,. BTIEES, JVT. I. NEMAHA, NKBB, Tenders his professional sorvicesto the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answered, Dr. Gaithers office. ' -671 R. A. HELHER, Wa...

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