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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 October 1901

1 ji y 1 ,- I: & A TO BE ELECTROCUTED Czolgosz Sentenced to Die the Week Beginning October 28 lYltni tho Awnwln of 1'resldcnt McKlnloy Wits Asked If Ho Hud Anj thing to fe'uy, Ho Keplled That Ho Alono Was Jtnspousthlu. Buffalo, X. Y., Sept. 27. Leon F. Czolgosz, tJio assassin of President McKinley, was Thursday afternoon sentenced to be oleetrocutcd in Au burn state prison during the week beginning Oetober 28, 1001. Before oenteneo was passed the assassin evinced a desire to speak, but he eould not, get his voice above a whis per and his words were repeated to the court by his counsel. "There was no one else but inc.V the prisoner said in a whisper. "No one else told mc to do it and no one paid me to do it. I was not told any thing. about the crime and I never thought any thing about that until a couple of days before I committed the crime." Czolgosz sat down, lie was quite calm, but it was evident that his mind wns Hooded with thoughts of his own distress. His eyes were dilated...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 October 1901

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER im i. m i "- W. XV, HANDKKH, I'ublUhor. NEMAHA, - - "- NEHHASKA, THE CHANCE GOD GIVES. "I'll pans tills wny l)Ut oner," a fool cried out, "And tliorcforo 1 will laugh ntul take my (JIIFI!, Let others toll and nwo.it mid fret mid doubt, And miss the chance Clod gives them, If thoy please IJul I will Journey down tho careless ways And ope my cycH to nouu but happy days." "I'll pass thin way but once," another said, "llcncu all that Clod laid out for ma to do I must be doing iir I (art- ahead, That Ho may nay: 'Well done,' when I am through lly wonl nnd deed I'll do my best to spread Good chocr alone tho pathways that 1 trend." Tho wIho mnn did IiIh work and did It well, And people blessed him hh ho went along, And fewer team, because ho labored, fell And blKher swelled tho chorus of tho song Tho song of Joy Clod meant that men should raise, Tho splendid hour of brotherhood and praise, Tho useless fool went dawdling hero and there. Unmindful of all feelings but ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 October 1901

, - X f. 4 - V I- j"-. I.: I ' I ' His Last Address President McKinley's Memorable Speech nt Buffalo. V Words That Will rtlna Throuflh Time. V Progress and IT03I True Prosperity Perpetuated Through True Basis of National Greatness. President McKinley's memorable ! speech, nnd his last, made at tho Pan American exposition Thursday, Sep tember 5, the day preceding' that on which he received his fatal wound, is here given: I'realdent aielvlnlej'n Addren. "I am glad to bo again in the city of Buffalo and exchango greetings with her people, to whose generous hospitality I am not n stranger, and with whoao good will I have been re peatedly and. signally honored. To day I have additional satisfaction in meeting' and giving welcome to the foreign representatives assembled here, whoso presence and participa tion in this exposition havo contrib uted in so marked a degree to its in terests and success. "To tho commissioners of tho Do minion of Canada and tho British colonies, tho French coloni...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 October 1901

uiiiiiiuuiiuuuiijummnuiuiimuuiiiiiiiiuimiiiiiiiiiuiuiiuauimummuiijiu THE BEST NEWS J7fnnnnnnnTTTTrrTTnnTvnTTnnnT7nn7TT?nnnnnnnTf7ynnn!rTTirfTTfnnnnnnrnTnnTs Determined Nol (o Ilium'. Willliun IJhon, confined In I In peni tentiary u walling his appeal to tho supremo court, at tempted a dining Hellenic for cheating the gallows. lie planned to saw IT tlie burn of I In door of IiIh cell, escape lnlf) tliu corri dor and there lie in wait for t In yard prlHon guard, wlio inspects the prison yard every night, about nine o'clock, lty overpowering this man lie llgurcd lie could secure t lit key .o the ciihI gate and niiilu good IiIh rM-ape. It wiih discovered that the prisoner had patiently tunneled a hole entirely through the Ihiek masonry of tho cell. A thin hIicII of hIoiic had been left on the outside and this had been cracked at the proper moment. Through (IiIh opening it la supposed that the saw blade. waH panned to the prloner by Home convict in league with friends of Khea. In additio...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 October 1901

V JL A. MET AWFUL DEATHS. JECxploxlun of nn Oil Tmilt ntNownrk, N. J Hilled Soven Kmplnyeft mid Injured an JWtiuy Other. New York, Sept. 27. Six men nnd possibly seven were killed nnd Keven injured by the explosion of nn oil tunk of the Essex & Hudson Otis com pany nt Newark, N. ,7. The tnnk which exploded was one of a num ber of immense steel reservoirs which was undergoing' its periodical clean ing, it having been emptied of its oil in the morning. The tank was 20 feet deep nnd two men, Kirch and Jlcycr, entered through the man hole iirst without taking the precau tion of having ropes tied about them. They were immediately overcome, by the fumes. Foreman Newman saw this and started down after them, after shouting a warning to the other workmen in the yard, lie, too, col lapsed in the tank. Nicholas Miller, a grocer nearby, had once been fore man of the works. He was in the yards and at once assumed charge of the rescue. Summoning others the men began with chisels to cut n larg...

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. — 4 October 1901

mOimLmmtmmmimm G Q Host Coimli Hjrnn. Tasloa Uoutl.' Um Q r. . TT. Keeling, Noninlm, Nebraska. Offico in Kcollii(5 building, second door orth of AynoM' lmrdwnro storo. PETER KEJUCER, Dealer In ZMHE.A.TS IlighcHt market prico paid for Hides, hard, Tnllow. etc, .a., x.. stikrs, m, r. NEMAHA, NKHK, Tendors his professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr, Gaithor's office. 6 7 I JOHN A. HIATT, Dealer In HARNESS and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEUUASKA J. W. SAPP REAL ESTATE, LOAN and Insuranco Agont. Collections nmdo Nolnry Public in olllco. IMtOWNVJLLE, NEBRASKA. E. A. HELMER, Watclimaker and Jeweler. All work Runrnnl cod to iIvo witlHfuotlon West of Oourt Houbo Squaro,8o-Au.burn,Nob J. C CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler All work guaranteed. Leave ordera at L. II Buttles' store, Nemaha, Nebrasku E. H. KNAP1? Proprlotor of Uiu Livery& Feed Stable NEMAHA, NBBR. Gcod Dray in connection with Livory Satisfaction guaranteed. J. H. SEID, llrecilor of...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 October 1901

3L( a4? uX Vuf Xc tf-octfa 7 'A . ' rfrr. VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, 19ol. NUMBER 10 - V OTMBSB'rflWt9HMBrS g"Vlll..M.'i ! I .- . y 7 C-C iSMntot,, Jetton l I Willi IP mT ir wxLwrmr ijA I' 4. : Tit 3f3f 4 4 44 GILBERT & TV Best and clieupoat line'of See our variety and cot our prices on HATS AND CAPS boforo buying The Big H Brand of Overalls and Jackets can't bo boat for the money A splendid lino of OUTING FLANNELS at right prioes Prints, 5 to 6c Ginghams, 7 to 10c A good Iinu of Woolen Dress Goods Shoes and Rubber Goods We have given special attention to this line and can give you as good goods for your money as you can get auywoero Victor, the host northern spring who.it Hour, $1.10 per sack $ The best high patent fall wheat Hour, $1.00 per sack Best granulated Sugar, 17 pounds for Everything in the Grocery A car load of Minnesota Potatoes just in J Como in and soe us for your winter supply Oar load of Michigan Salt just in 01LBE1T & M-c-CMBLE$i i - ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 October 1901

, .miN''''''' iMili illfl" t VtA 1 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKKH, I'ubllfilior. NEMAHA, - " - NEHItASKA. y'S 190 X sns. JJS$KJJ44 OCTOBER. XOH. 28 TDE3. 4 JLJL 71 Is TT22 29 1901 4 WED. THOIl. MI. SIT. y JL 3 i 5 1 TTo TTTJjjJ 7617 T8T9I 23 24 25 261 f 30 31 j v ... .. .... .... x TOPICS OF THE DAY. 'Will Di'inirliiiont IJiiiiiMM'WMtry. A wnr department HocuiH to bo un noccHHtiry witli tlio Hooth. Tliey got HiijipllcH and ainiininition )y hoiiio inyHtcrloiiH method of their own, and quite. upHo.t scientific theorists on the urt oT war. A IIorMc'MiIiiHtliiK: I.litillittloiiN. JnwoHtlgutorH dooluru that, a liorsu can llvu U5 dayH without Kolid food, merely drinking water; 17 daya with out cither cnting or drinking, and only fi days when eating nolid food without drinking. Illrt AVItlcnhm; WiiInIIiiiihI. When King Edward VII., wa.s In llouihurg hint year he turned the ficah'H at '?.T pounds, and in 12 dayH had reduced IiIh weight live pounds TIiIh year, however, he weighed, on ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 October 1901

y r t uuiiuuuuiiuuiiiJUUuuuuuuuiiuimuiiauiiuuiiuiiuimuiiiiUiAUiiiiuuiiiiiijB THE BEST NEWS Hettcr I'nrc for the M'nk. The act of the last legislature, cre ating a state board of charities and corrections, is beginning to bring forth desired results. Various state institutions hac been inspected and numerous recommendations looking to the betterment of conditions have been followed by the persons in charge. It is made the duty of the board to inquire into the whole sys tem of public charities and the meth ods of and practices hi the correction al institutions and to ascertain the conditions at various times by person al inspection. Plans for new jail luiildings or other places of confine ment must be submitted to the board for approval. Jt is provided that all investigations undertaken shall be di rected wholly toward tho betterment of methods pertaining to the health, -punishment, education and reforma tion of the inmates of the various In stitutions. It is estimated that, 1,200 epi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 October 1901

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER . ! I I I W. W. HANDKUH, l'ublUhcr. NEMAHA, - " - NEBRASKA, A VANISHED HAND. Wc sIrIi for the touch of a vanished hand The liRtiil of u friend most dear, Who has passed from our sldu to the shad owy land Hut, what of tho hand that Is ncarV To tho HvlnK'fl touch Is the bouI Inert Tliat weeps o'or the silent urn? For tho lovo that IIvch Ih our hand alert To make some sweet ictiirn? Ho wo nnnwcr hack In a fretful tone, When llfo's dutlcH press iih mire? Is our prnlso as full as If they were Kone, And could hear our pialse no more? As tho dnys ro hy, nro our hantlH moro HWlft For a trllle beyond thrlr share, Than to fjrasp for a kindly helpful lift Tho burden some one must bear? Wo kIrIi for tho touch o? n vanished hand, And wo think ourselves sincere; Hut, what of tho friend that about us stand, And tho touch of the hand that's here? John Trolund, In Youth's (.'ompnnlon. (GtRT) UttlCISSJtt Copyrighted, igoo, by the J. (1. Llpplncott Co. CHAPTHH X. Continue). It ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 October 1901

V v i tr-r 3& A NEBRASKA GENIUS. Claims That He Can Cause Rain fall Whenever Needed. Uses On tin of Peculiar Cnnntructlon to Make the Ilenvvnn Slicil Tcar 'Short Accunut of II In Rxycrlmcnta, Special Lincoln (Neb.) Letter. T7 OUHTHEN hours wns the length fi of the bombardment kept- up by "llainmnkcr" W. F. Wright of Lincoln, Neb., inordcr to break the blighting drought which wns fast destroying the corn crop of the state. Ifor 20 years Mr. Wright has lived in Nebraska, studied the rain problem, evolved a theory and, at the critical moment, put it to the test, using to defray the expenses of the trial money which he had been years in accumu lating. For Mr. Wright bclives in the "con cussion theory" of rain production. Several attempts have been made to produce a downfall of moisture in this manner, but Wright used a unique and novel method, lie declares that there is no such a tiling as evaporation. Hydrogen and oxygen are present in the atmosphere all the time. The former gas is...

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. — 11 October 1901

STRICTLY FRESH EGGS. CZOLGOSZ'S SENTENCE. DISPATCH FROM CHAFFEE. IMMENSE WATER POWER. CHICKENS WITH PIP. tlnlcHN They Arc Trrnted" Without De lay the Worm 'I'luit Ciiiihch (lie Trouble IClIln Them. Herewith wo Illustrate n rbleken wllli tin gnpcs--popularly called tho "pip." Many a fanner sees Ills chicks uetlng as Indicated In tlio illuslra ilon and imagine that the food is not light. 'I'liu food is changed, but. tho trcittlilo Is not obviated. The dllfioul 1y Is fhe presence, of tln gape worm, a little red worm with a V-shaped terminus. Tills V Is formed by the juncture of the male and female worms. We give this much for Iden tification purposes. The worms in- .liabll the traehae. .Sometimes they ran be removed by a feather and some claim fo remove them with drops of 'turpentine. Others have failed in all the. things they havo tried. Without doubt, prevention Is the factor that hhoulil receive the most attention. mmmw -mm m&v&m W w Z&SS&fi A CHICK WITH PIP. When th...

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. — 11 October 1901

X t .V -I WHITE QUEEN OF THE SEA. The Gnllnnt Defender, Coltimbln, Won the Third of tho Iiitcruntlotiitl Sorter of Yacht Knee iwul tho Cup. New York, Oct. 5. With victory flngs ilont:sf from her towering' mnst hends and the ends of her spreaders in honor of her concluding triumph in tho cup races of 11)01 the gaHant sloop Columbia returned to her an chorage last night under the escort of the entire excursion fleet. She yesterday completed her defense of th honored trophy in another stir ring race with the Shamrock If. over a leeward and windward race of 30 miles, crossing tho finish line two seconds behind her antagonist, but winning on the time allowance eon ceded by Lipton's boat by 41 seconds. For the second time she has now successfully foiled the attempt of tho Irish knight to wrest from our pos session the cup that means the yacht ing supremacy of the world and plucky Sir Thomas Lipton, standing, on the bridge of the Erin, led his guests in three hearty hu.zahs for the success...

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. — 11 October 1901

wpiffiwTi -r MM UUKtS WHlKl All ItSf- (AILS. U I lent Cornell Syrup. TnntOR 0(mmI. Upo IXi in umo. nom .yiniKiiitB. 7". (. W. Keeling, Nonmlm, NclirnHkn. Offico in Kocling building, hccoml door orth of AyncH linrdwaro Hloro. PETER KEUKElt, Dealer la :ATi3 Highest timrkol price paid forllidoB, Laid, Tallow, oto, The Nebraska Advertiser I Brownviiie Locals .a.. Xj. sticks, jvt, r. NEMAHA, NJ3HII, Tenders liis professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All calls answered. Dr. Gaithor's offico. 6 7 i JOHN A. HIATT, Dealer in and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA E. A. HELMER, Watchmaker and Jeweler. AM work Rtinrnntcod to jlvo natlHfactlon Wost of Oourt Houbo Squaro,So-Aubuni,Nob J. C CHATELAINE Watchmaker and Jeweler All work guaranteed, f.oavo ordora at h, II. Battleu' Btoro, Nomalia, Nobraska E. H. JCKAPP l'roprlutor of tliu Livery& Feed Stable HBMAHA, KEBE. t Gcod Dray in oormoction with Livery Satisfaction guaranteed. J. H. SEID, llrcodor of Thoroughbred Pola...

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. — 18 October 1901

.. , 7 " Vjyt v Ws? .. & S V- VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1901. NUMBER 17 wtwrmniiiuiinin if 7 HM WflL 09 1U ,f.' ii,, , . A V- . V I , " t &'" j.f " 4 4 GILBERT 6c IJest and cheapest line of if Sae our variety and got our prices on I HATS AND CAPS before buying The Big H Brand of A can't bo beat splendid line of OUTING FLANNELS at right prices Prints, 5 to 6c Ginghams, 7 to 10c J A. good line of Woolen Dress uooas " at bed rock prices Shoes and Rubber Goods ' J ... . . 1..I .........l . .. H.l . II. . ..n.l ...i nlitu nun tin min,l jf WO nave given HpeiJlHI HIIHIHIUH mi goods for your money Victor, the best northern spring wheat flour, Si. 10 per Hack The best high patent fall wheat Hour, Best granulated Sugar, 17 pounds for $1 i Everything in the Grocery A car load of Minnesota Potatoes just in Come in and see us for your winter supply $ $ Oar load of Michigan Salt just in $ I GILBERT & M CANDLESSi ! 1 Looal News Call on us for job work. Beautiful...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1901

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANIIKItH, I'uhlliiher. HKMA1IA, - - - NKIIHASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. .Short of tin Mnllilnlr. More t lut ti 34,000 persons wore killed In 1 rid In lust your by poisonous minkes. India must be shoYt, of an tidote. Hurry Lelir, tho ringmaster of Now York widely, says lie Ih al IiIh wII'h end to find something new for 1 lie 100 to do. Why not lei, Ilium try noting ticnsihlc for awhile, jiiHt as a novelty? .lll ..! I ll ! Noma IIimicIIIn of Weil 111. Tins life of u Philadelphia man wiih irnved by a $.10,000 roll of IiIIIh In bin pocket, from wlile.li a bullet, wiih de flected. Weallb Ih not without, its ad vantages. Tll VMIIIKMt I'r'Nlll('ll(M. There have been four prcHldentH elected under the ago of At) yours CI rant at 17, Cleveluud at '18, and 1'iorco and (Jarlleld at -10. President llooscvclt Ih five yours younger than the youngest of thcHe. 'IVrniN You MtHt DikIci-hIiiimI. In order to understand the testi mony about the Ilrooklyn's loop, it is necessar...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1901

rrs??s J" 4 aft'' Ki 'frr 4 A ', f I i f- I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. V. SANDUKS, Publisher. 3sKMAIIA, - - - NEBRASKA, THE WINDOW WISHERS. "Window-wishers, window-wishers, every where we ko; In front of every shop nnd store they're landing In n row; Some aru old and some nro young; sober ones and Buy, Drifting In n wiElilng-drcnm ns every mor tal may. Mothers with their hearts of love arc gaz ing at the toys, Wishing for the gifts to glad their precious girls and boys' : "Women, women, everywhere sweethearts, sisters, wives "Wishing for the Joys they know would lift their patient lives. Oh, that every empty hand might have its 1111 of gold, And every gift the wishers ask be theirs to have and hold; And wreathed with every happy dream an answer should bo blent 'Till all the hungry hearts might breathe the blessed word "content." 'Tls good the hapless ones of earth who feel Dame Fortune's frown May yet n-wlndow-wishlng go through nil the streets In tdwn; For earth still holds Its mee...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1901

HCmSm "F"fT.!.ff" $. NIMIlt MHjlMMtwan The Nebraska Advertiser "VV, W, Sand-mis, publshur FRIDAY, 00T0I3ER 18, 1001. . Republican Ticket 8TAT15 For Jndgo of tlio Hupromn Court, HAMUKIill.HUDGWIOIC For UfKontH of tlio 8tuto'Unlvornlty, O.J.KUNH1' II. U OOOM) COUNTX For County TronNiiror,' IIjUIII' II. lvtJPKIl For County Clark, -, OllAMA'A It. IIAOICI'II For County Mupirintcmlunt, OKOU'li' CAHHINUTUN For County .IuiIko, ItlClIAItl) F, NUAIi For County Hlicrlir, ( AliUAIIAM L. liAWUUNUn ForOIork of tlio iJutrlel Court, a. II. UKVKUIDOK For County Hurvoyor, IJHN I'AHICKK i For County Cnrnunr, 1U. liUTOKN For County CoininlHHlonoJ, First District, II. F. MdNINOll AT INTERESTING LETTER PROM L. W. SIIUBERT. WASHINOTON, I-). 0., Sopt. 1. II. W.SImlmrt: Dour Sir and li,aUior:--Nn doubt you will bo surprised to receive u letter l'rutn mo at thin place. This in tlio i-iandeat city conceivable. Omaha with Ita wonderful collection of tlio ('Xtruordiii.iry bIiiKh into InalKnlllicanco in my memor...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 October 1901

V I i r MAKES MEN OF BOYS. Good Work Dons by Illinois Man ual Training School. Organised for the l'nrnosc of Tnklnj; t'nrc of Homeli-nn VoniiKNtrm ami MnklitK Uacful Cltl- vctin of Thrm. Special Chicago Letter. IT IS nn old Buying that the Lord helps those who help themselves, but the fact remains that too many are cast upon this world with no means for taking the preliminary steps toward self-help. Among the, truest charities arc those which aid our growing citizens to .start rightly and use their latent energies to good purpose. Somo years ago, while con nected with the Chicago Humane so ciety, Mr. O. L. Dudley perceived the necessity of providing a home and place of instruction for growing boys who, not yet vicious, were homeless or worse, and dependent on the public to a greater or loss degree. If shut up in a reform school for some trivial of fense, they were contaminated by tho influence of the criminal element around them. After much thought a small school was started at Norw...

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. — 18 October 1901

I i I hvl t UUUUliUUUUliaiJUUUUUiiUilUliUUUUUUUliUliilUltUUUliUliUUUllUliUiillUi THE BEST NEWS ffTTTTmnnnTTmmnnnnnnTTnnnnnnnnTTnTFnnnnnTrHnnTTrtnannnTTfmnnnrs Claim HiMvunt for Con I I'M ml. Tlirgc .SuiiiiiUth (ouiilj faniHTrt Itnvc-applied In (Jov. Kiivngo for tlit Hlnudlnir reward olTorod for tlio (IIh ;ovory of con! in puyliif,' (iinrttlfli'H within the Htutc. They pri'Menl, u lengthy ulllduvlt. In which thi'y HHcrt, I hut on October 8 I hey found u vein of ooul over four feet in lliickituxH ut n depth of SJ.'iJi feet mid that on the following day tliey found the Heeond vein, tnviiHiiriiif; six feet In tlilekiieH.s and nt, a depth of SMft feet. The fnrin v.i'i IiihIhI. Ilial, they nre the flrwt to dlfK'oytsr eon I hi NubniHku and there fore 'are entitled to the fall reward offered by the Htute. The law pro viding for the reward Htiyn that when It, Nhall be made apparent to the governor that a vein of coal not Ichh than -0 inehcH In lijt li and of milll :it:iit capacity to pny to ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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