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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 May 1897

i - cS miuwimjijn limit 25fwww ebmsh dvertmr. ( VOLUME XL! NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1897. (NUMBER 45 MmriMnMMvr Me Jlj ,sa? K ( I. T h Local !N"ews. "Warmer weatlior. Fut up tlio loose stack. Call and see us for job work. Mrs. Fan-bank for fine millinery. Clyde King was in from Auburn last Saturday. Wes Clark was down from Auburn last Sunday. Jerry Marlatt, of Aubuin, was in town Tuesday. H. V. Muir was down from Brown villo Monday. Miss Lydia Barnes came down from Peru Thursday. Hank Wntermuu and tlio mumps aro having a tussel this week. Mrs. Fred Seabury has been sick with neuralgia for several days. Lulu Cooper has about recovered from her severe attack of fever. Mrs. W. W. Sanders visited Brown- villo friends tin- lirst of tliis week. County Superintendent Carman visit ed the Nemaha schools Wednesday. There was some frost hero a night or two last week, but little damage was done. S. Gilbert has had a number of shade trees set out on the lot south of the postollice. The T...

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. — 7 May 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i W. XV. 8ANOK.ua, l'ublliher. NEMAHA, NEIJRASKA. THE OLD SPELLING CLASS. X boo them yet, tho boys nnd girls who stood up In a row 'And tried to hio11 each othor down bo many ycfirn ago; Tholr volccn nweot como back to mo from out tho hIiiuIowh cool, And lovo Invests with cherished thoughts that no'er forROtton school. I hear the titter, halt suppressed, that flitted tip and down Tho lino when namo ono missed aword.do- Bplto tho mnster'B frown. TIioukIi Btem was he, wo wept tho day w laid him 'ncnth tho KraHB, 'And Borrow spread her plnlonM o'er the old Bpclllnu class. "Wo know tho hook from "baker" to tho hardcHt word therein, But sometlmci! wo missed a lottcr nnd the next to tiH would win. Spoiling hard In nun and shadow, how tho days went lllttlnj; byl How oft wo turned each othor down bo- ncath tho winter Bkyl Ono day would And mo near tho head n happy as could be, And tho next I'd loso my laurels by the nbsonco of an "o." Thus Ioiik ago wo Btood In lino ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 May 1897

( tV ( V ft u' ( trv THE JUTJ.ONAL CIRCUIT. .It Will Probably Opon in tho South This Yoor. The CrncknJucUn Aro TrnlnliiRT in Sn- vunnnli, (In,-Jolmnon und Michael to Ride in Competition Onu on 12ok. , Special Chicago Letter. Speculation is rife now regarding tho national bicycle eirctiit for 1S07. The indications point to the probable start ing of it in the south Instead of in Cali iorniu as last year. Prcaidcut Potter's unavoidable delay in appointing a suc cessor to Chairman Gideon, of the rac ing board, who declined on account of Ilia wife's illness to accept the olllco again when the reappointment wns ten dered hjm, made it necessary for tho ALBERT MOTT. XChdlrman L. A. V. Racing Doard.) anew appointee to extend tho time lor receiving applications for sanctions to iApril 15. Albert Mott, of Bulitmorc, ex-chief consul of tho Maryland di vision L. A. W., was tendered the np--nointment earlv in March at tho fif teenth annual banquet of the Maryland iBicycle club, lie was previously...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 May 1897

IWW0P- irwpmmi IT (, av 4 IwmmM"- THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. V. HANOKKH, Vubllaher. NKMAHA, - NEHRASKA. THE WOULD AT JAW& Summary of tho Dolly Nows. WAMUXWrON NOTKH. Till" trcunury department ut Wash ington bus uuofllciul advices to tho ef fect that the atcumer Victoria had ur rlved utTucomu, Wash., with over 100 Chinese on hoard who woretsuld to hold forged certificates. W. J. Caxmqvu, tlic lawyer of Dan ville, UJ., wJio liaa been selected by President MeKiuley to roircsont tho United Stales ut tho Spunisli invchti gallon of Dr. Ruiz's death, husuccepted tho appointment conditional upon tho health of his wjfe. HiX'itKJ'AJtv Ua.uk has given Instruc tions that every employe in tho treas ury department hall be judged by tho industry, rapidity and fuithfulncsg -with which duties arc performed and fihullbo graded accordingly in the com mission's report which is to bo made. A similar inquiry will bo conducted in all tho other departments, and many changes probably will result in tho ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 May 1897

"fWVKWftlrTW!l t r,- np WEWfMBQnsYSMMCMHB n ( Kff h M J" '., 1 'i 1ft i i r I" 'A ! i . ! 4P v THE EUROPEAN WAR Drooka Not Opposod to Mediation, but WiU Not Ask for It. TUE VIEW IN TURKISH CIRCLES. A JJcllcfTlint tho "War with Greece Will Soon Termlimto Tlio Sltimtlon oa tho frontier Vowcrs Mako Overtures. ATimNS, May 4. Tho diplomatic situ ation may bo summed up us follows: No request for mediation has been or will bo addressed by Qrecco to tho powers until tho ministers of war and marine report on tho stato of tho Greek forces at Pharsalos and else where. Tho powers havo not offered mediation, although they do not con ceal tho fact that a request for inter vention will bo highly acceptable to them. Tho minister for foreign affairs, M. Skoulodis, says tho military situa tion has greatly improved in both Eplrus and Thcssaly, and that tho vic tory of tho Greeks over tho Turks at Vclcstino was brilliant. It is said M. Skoulodis Is not opposed to mediation, but will not ask for it. Off...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 May 1897

- a.yjWtr G! Kitchen Garden HhIiIc to the Proper Times for Sowing of Various Sccdo In Order to Obtain Continuous Succession of Crops. 1 I i . i -i i i ! i - ' . M vtanTAtitcs h S' - ij . If 3 i! 5 -a B G Biplaiutlon of Sign Ul rrrinu i.nnnt. 3aK'C.' &S.2"y In lh Table. .Artichoke, Fr.Globe 4 . . 6 1 1 . . . To u mo m ojn AjoarairilS ... fill" ground without tr.nipUnt- !.... ii i y ' ' ''1nU thlnoe.1 JtiCanj, llroad 5 . . . . out to proper dUuncM.p.rt. Ulllh ...0 0 0 O 2 2 2 0 I. Sowon.Md bd In gar. " I'ole Lima e d,n dJ i'"pl 'at0 P ".. n a A . - rn.n.nt plaoe. 3JcetD 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 ,a. M.I. two .owing. In Borecole or Kale .1 1 1 ..7.. on ground during th Uroccoll 1 1 1 t . . . monlh' Brussels Sprouto 4 1 1 L''? XlT 1. . , Vi . a 7 7 P0 ground during th. Cabbage, all torti ...44 1 1 1 0 , . 7 month Cardoon 000 0t4rt D irrwnbouw or Carrot 0 0 G e e 0 botbd. nd punt out M ,, 7, , a 7 T 7 oon tb WMlh.r I. Urot" Caillinower 0 4 4 1 1 1 tbL.nd ground dr? Celerlac 1 ... 4 4 1 1 1 ..,.,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 May 1897

-fwjHj xf;--i-" - m-anpi ( a V 9r. V -' r f ft. h tf i if' ' & i ?( Would Never Do. The great theatrical manager frowned. "Ever lose your diamonds?" "No." "'Ever mixed up in a newspuper scan dal?" "No, sir." "Ever get divorced?" "Sir, my reputation is nbovo re proach I" "Well, you'vo got a ncrvo to ask mo to star you, with all thoso disadvan tages." Town Topics. A MODI2UN OEOUG13 WASHINGTON. ' "Poor manl How did you lose the Bight of your eye?" "Loolciu' for work, mcml" Pick-Mc-Up. One on Albert. "By the way, Jennie, how did you like the dog show?" "Oh, Albert, wasn't it too lovely for anything? There was one dog there that had such a human fucc. 1 did ad mire that dog." "Indeed, did ho look anything like me?" "No, not n bit. It had too much char acter in his countenance." Then Albert reached for his hat, Tammany Times. WIIEKE WILL I AliuoNt the Same. ' Nonie Is your husband as shy now as he was before you married him? Laura Almost, for then he used to told his breath with fear,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 May 1897

rfflpep WfW BWMBW hWWm.ll mi D BMi Cough 8yrup. TaottJ GhxU UmMI j lntUnt. ftfjdby dnmlm. f jyii. W. W. KEELING, Nisxaua. City, NrctmAKA. 0 111 co (lrut door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nemaha City, Mob. J.L.JIelvhi, M.D., Pt. v. PHYSiCt&HAHDSURGEOH OI'KOlAiwiRS: DIsfiiRvHof tho Nkln, Din O eiiKui o Wuiiioii mid Children Will )iromtt i r miHwur all ciiIIh, either tiny or nlijhli OiTioo i reHldeiine, Moirtakn, - - Nebraska Kerker & Hoover, Dimlor ta ZMZZEJLTS Kmi'U prlcoH jmld.for IiMch, lfirl,UiIov gnu; etc NKMAIIA CITY, NEBRASKA. NliltlTHrSTOOK FA11M J. H. SEZD, Prop JSKMAHA, - NEHKAHICA. Hrofdornnd Hhljpr of Duroc Jersey mid I'oluiiil Ulilfiii 11uih Rest sc, low prices. Farm one aiilo uoutli of Nomiilm. J. S. HADLOCK, General House Painting, Kalsomining and Paper Hanging. Nw prooenB of Graining at ie'half price Nesil work and sullatuoUon Rtiarunteed. Brovvnville Cornet Band Is now prepared to fuiuish good music for entertainments, picnics, memoria...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 May 1897

"jr WWWWW WW ebmsku Mdvertim. r! t VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1897. NUMBER 46 fflhe f MB h . k "T Local News. Mrs. Fairbank for Hue millinery. Wo are having frequent showers. There was some frost Thursday night. in low places Stevo Cooper village marshal. has boon appointed Frank Titus is assisting 8tevo Coop er in the livery stable this weok. Charley Shaw is now working with ene of the 3. & M. bridge gangs, Miss Minnie Elliott and Miss Mellio Minick vial cd Auburn Widnesday. Everything new in Shirt Waists at A. II. Gilmore & Sons, Auburn, Neb. Wm, II. Hoover returned to Lincoln Friday, after a visit of two weeks in Nemaha. Misses Minnie Elliott and Mellie Minick visited friends near Bracken Thursday and Friday. Mrd. Maud Clark came down from Brownville Wednesday morning, and visited Nemaha friends until Friday afternoon Radishes, lettuce and other earl) vegetables are now being enjoyed by those who are fortunate enough to have gardens. John E.Crother 1b ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 May 1897

r TIE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W, tiANDKUM, roblUher. 1 i i NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. X..XJ.J.X4.JL-.t.XXXXJLXXXX..4 - -- - - - - 4 -! MAY J 897. Sun. 6 23 30 Mon. 10 17 24 31 Tuo. 11 18 25 Wed. 12 9 26 Thur. 13 20 27 Frl. 14 21 28 Sat. 8 15 22 29 THE WORLD AT LARGE, Bummary of tho Daily Nowo. WAHHINOTON' NOTKS. Rr.Aii Aimihat. 1L W. Meaiik, U. S. N., retired, died at a private Huniturimn at Washington on tho 4th from tin op eration performed for appendicitis. Tub universal postal eongrehs began Its Hcssion at Washington on the fith, about f5 countries being represented. It is expected that tho work of tho con gress will take about six weeks. Post-imuster-lioneral Gary delivered tho ad dress of welcome. Hon. llaehellor United Stales delegate, was unani mously chosen president. Tnr: president on tho fith nominated W. II. II. Clayton, of Arkansas, judge of tho federal court for the Central district of Indian territory. Ilnv. Sir.AH IWyhhh, of Simpson coun ty, IMiss., has beon sent to Washington...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 May 1897

Fmwr"' T, ' . K r 11 i h K mII, J. h THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W, 8ANDKKS, 1'ublUher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE COURTING. Once there WR3 a maiden fair, A many years ago, With laughing eyes and misty hair, A many years ago; -And when the golden sun had fled Beyond tho hills and day was dead, Unto her door a bravo youth aped, A many years ago. -Adown tho winding lanes they strayed, A many years ago, While Cupid on their heart Btrlngs played, A many years ago; And moonlit wcro the summer sides, And lovcllght glistened In their eyes, .And earth to them was paradise, A many years ago. He told the story new, yet old, A many years ago; Tho sweetest story ever told, A many years ago. ' Ho kissed her on her downy cheelc, Jlcr blushos warm played hldo and dock, IFor love of him she could not speak, A many years ago. Tho maiden fair and gallant awaln, A many years ago, Husband and wife at last became, A many years ago. Hut not each other did they wed. She wedded a man whoso wlfo was dead, lie wed...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 May 1897

" wp1' -rerpjFV T"W ft r (CWJWMIWWWljy m,iiiiii l.MainMimtnTmwaMttawBMBPy,T The Nebraska Advertiser 8tJSmMJHft VuUUhr. FRIDAY, MAY M, 181)7. lopubllcanf JBpBi Ncw8papir' WHAT GA(JK SAID. j In 1001 Porotoltl tho Troauury Pro dicualont of 1003. IIIm Often ((iioiiMl Al(lrNN or 1N1M Itiiltorliiiicf or OoilMx Siniiiiiiiiy of Ui'trvlH or Our Onr renry HjmIoiii. The new Hocretury of Uiu treasury, Ly mini .1. (Huge, Ih not a novice either in the theory or prnotlco of (lnanelal uiTuirH. Lou,' before ihokL ban Iters and bimliHWH nieiu wore greatly concerned about our mil latin 1 JlnaneeH he hiiav dan ger ahead ami propliwded what would and what did hapjeii, iuIIckh eertaln cbangeti were made lit our miHcleutfiiu and uiihoiiikI financial HyHtcm. On February 10, 18li, Mr. Ciagereada paiper before the Sunxclcluh hi Chicago. After explaining how alitor and gold money had leeii evolved "by tho free play of human choice, ending In eon wjiiHUK of .ictlon. and. never by conven tional agieementM made ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 May 1897

if t i h I . s 1 i r -r f 4' h t . Hi The Nebraska Adycrtiser V. IT. SJJVMMM0 PmbU$hr. FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1897. fiflSi FAILURE OF BIMETALLISM. Japan's Experience with the Free Coinage of Silver. Tho nittcmpt of Japan to maintain a mint ratio that was different from th market ratio was a failure and resulted in denuding' the circulation of gold. Bi metallism -had failed in Japan as else where. Tho decline in ttie value of money had in Japan the effect it always has had of robbing the laborer and enriching tiie capitalist. The miserable pittance paid to the wretched operatives must at no distant period lead to a social revolution unless the rale of wages bo consider ably improved. In 1872 a family consisting1 of five members of the lower middle class could eubsist on 70 yen a year. In 1803 the cost of living had risen to 180 yen a year. During a period of 22 years the silver yen declined very nearly one-half in its gold value, about two-fifths in its power to buy merchandise and about on...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 May 1897

tV!, WiqrjvMiM i tiiiW. v, ( p.- i f -Hym y -n( CUBAN RESOLUTION. It Io Disouoaod at Considorablo Lonsth in tbo Sonato. "SUNDRY CIVIL BILL IN TUB HOUSE. Jllr. Iticoy Criticise llio Honato Provision fur Restoring to Mm Public Domain tlio Forest Itcservutloii Created by President Cleveland. Wahjiinoton, Mny 11. Tho Morgan Cuban resolution wan discussed at con siderable length in tho senate yostor day. For the first tlmu since tho de bate began tho opposition Hcntlmcnt expressed Itself. Tho speeches wero not of a kind to stimulate tho gal leries, being In tho main calm and dis passionate reviews of tho situation in Cuba. Mr. Halo maintained that it -would bo most unwise to embarrass "tho president by tho adoption of tho resolution at a tlmo when ho was In vcatigating tho subject. He intimated alno that tho adoption of tho resolu tion would lead to tho withdrawal of tho Spanish minister and a termina tion of diplomatic relations between tipaiu and tho United States. Tho senator said tho...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 May 1897

us 4 m K f Mi- I h kt- ,t T R J. fr r AGRICULTURAL HINTS STABLE DRESSING. Vnlunlile Hint Altout I'rcacrvlnpf It In Good Cmulltlun. Wo hear much about the desirability of manure ccllnrs, covered barnyartl3, manure sheds and other covered quar ters for housing1 dressing until one is ready to apply it to the land; but the fact remains that the average farmer who is not now blessed with one of these means of preserving manuro at its best, does not, in nine cases out of ten, sec his way clear to provide himself vJtli one of them. The barn that is now without a cellar cannot easily be fitted out with this desirable adjunct. Build ing additional roofs to cover m stable manure is not looked upon with favor in these days when every dollar has FOUNDATION FOR MANURE HEAP. its appointed mission marked out for it, even before it is received. It is all very well to describe ideal conditions, but it seems to me that more good is often done in describing condi tions that are less than ideal, but st...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 May 1897

. .,- tV':vjnryTJW'iTrr,uiH.'twjwi7: juiuftivmimn nr.iAMtwiuwn.tiumm TMH.1 i l".i.J .U -i.LII.1. Jinn H 1 s B J)It. TV. W. KEELING, M KM All A OlTV, NlCllllAKA. Ofllco Drat door south of Park hotel. J.L. Mclvln, M.D., Ph. ti. fi sicimuduiigeoi SlMCOIAL.ii EH: IJlHcaxcHof tho Wlcln, I)Ih . ente u Worn on mill Children Will jiromntM iinnwor all ciiIIh, cltlior tiny or iilnht. omco I rcHltlonoe. Nomaha, - - Nebraska NEMAHA STOCK FARM J. H. SEi'D, Prop NEMAHA, - NEHKAHKA. IlroetlcrnMil Blilppor of Duroo Jersey and 1'oliintl Chirm Jlogn Bout no, low prlcori. Farm ono milo Houth of Nomalia. rr i " ; It hliould l) umrio a mutter of puollu knowledge that De Witt's Witch Iln vm Salvo will speedily euro pion of the longest ntatuliiif;. It Is the liouee hold favorite for burnt', scalds, cuts, bruises and sores of all kinds. M, II . Taylor. Clinton, Missouri. Mr A L AnnsuoiiK, an old druggiii and u prominent citizen of thin enter prising town, says: "I Hell forty differ ent kinds of cough inedi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 May 1897

' wmmttmtmmuvwmmmemtm!BmmwmiuitwtrnmmBmmiriMm!mmmKMmmBmmmmwmn!mmi ebmslm Mdvertiser. ' VOLUME XLI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1897. NUMBER 47 sfa Hv-XX -V . - V . ? fc- f 'S?- 1 fc i: fcfc. K?- FT. I' K.s- Pr" Si 1 Local 1ST ews. The Nemaha schools closo today. Mr3. S. 0. CuuamingB hits been quite sick for soveral days. Tom Clmk tilled Agent O.T. MinicVs place at Bracken Wednesday. Born, to Enoch Ilanellne and wife, on Sunday, May 15th, a Hue daughter. Mrs. Walter Iludlock wont to Glen Heck Monday to visit her daughter for a few dtt8. The body or Sam Houk, who was drowned at St. Doroln Thursday of last wools, bus not been recovered . J. W. Taylor came over from Stella Friday to assist in giving a candidate the right send oil in the Masonic lodge. Charley Woodward came in from Tecumsoli Thursday, to attend the graduating oxercises of the Nemaha schools. Mr. and Mrs. Norris. living in the southeast part of Brownville precinct, are rejoicing over the arrival of a son, born Monday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 May 1897

' y ' T" r tr CUBA IN COSCBESS. Tho Strickon Island Engrosses Attontion of tho Sonnto. tho IDESTITUTIi AMERICANS IN CUBA. tV Rosnlnttan A pproprlntlng 850,000 Paired In Ilia Semite, but Sidetracked In tho House Hccuuso nn Amendment vvui(l Not Ho Considered. IN GALA ATTIRE. Un- "Washington, Mny 18. Cuba en grossed tlio titlontlon of tho Honuto .yesterday. Two phases of tho subject were presented. Tho flrstquostlon was presented in tho president's message unking for tm appropriation to relievo destitute Americana iu Cuba an soon as tho session opened. Immediately fol lowing its reading Mr. Davis, chalr nian of tho committee on foreign rela tions, presented a favorable report on a joint resolution originally introduced liy Mr. Gullinger, appropriating 800,000 for tho relief of American citizens in Cuba. Promptly at two o'clock tho Morgan Cuban resolution was taken tip. At that time tho galleries wore flllod to overflowing1 as i.no crowus awaited something in addition to the re lief res...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 May 1897

$M ( " i f- id i I-1- THE FARMING WORLD. GARDEN IRRIGATION. A Sclcncf Tlutt In Not an Well Under stood ii m It Should lie. Irrigation is being adopted by tho suc cessful gardeners nnd small-fruit grow ers throughout the world. Tho fact thnt water can be applied to fruits and vegetables at any time required is enough argument to convince anyone of the vnlue of irrigation. Thorough tests in the rain belt regions have dem onstrated that irrigation makes bettcr liavorcd products and more than doubles the yield. In this sense the application of moisture by the hand of man has be- WfttWclh SCIENTIFIC IRRIGATION. come a science. AlUiough practiced for the pant G,000 years, and a necessity in tho production of crops 'in two-thirds of tho world, irrigation ds but little understood by many of the Ibest farmers and gardeners in the 'United States. The science dispels droughts, and makes crops annual suc Xfeses. At best, the rnin 'dependence lis only an uncertain substitute for in dependent soi...

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. — 21 May 1897

uftmufnamiui))! .). i in1 1' "i "mi "' ' " T i ;'iaji'.iMAmj jun.Ji.nsfMBwmmmJiMWK.'a u unnjjnmmjumujaijeig;iwJtfrcascr - jKcsawtBfaoTTtiKTrW4WR'5(yW3H9 The Nebraska Advertiser CHANGING TO THE MODERN SAFETY. There is a Wrong Way AND A RIGHT m T. 6 I. !. N.1J'IU:itNs VuhUihtr, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1807. .y W? r ) i THOMAS JEFFERSON. r Tfc'O wi".vww.mtif,;.auM)li.ui'itjji-HjwiiB.iiini)mujimMii.iJJi,)n Original Demonetization of Sllvor Ulfoctod by JolTorson'a Ordor. He AVfi lit All Tlmr Opimhc1 o OlK'np Money mill Ucntullatloti of nutilftIlrllcveii 'Mint Coliinun ll tlo Bliouhl Htlclc Clone to tlie ftlnr Itut Itatlo Kuvorril I!m of Hot It MrtiilH.ltut SIiimvciI nMoorutc Pref erence for Uolil Con hi Not Huvo Hlooil on llio CltluiiKo IMiitform. Thomas Jefferson was a patriot and a Htateaiiiau of the Jilfjhost order. Jt Is proper for nil true democrats to cele brate his birthday April in, and to commemorate his many excellent qual ities; but why should those who voted In 1800 to rcpudlutc debt...

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