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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 May 1897

1 i S' 'k -v If -WW-- IxV & I ' ;jf 5 A The Nebraska Advertiser IT. IF". fi.i.YitJilttf, I'uhlltlur. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1897. ccicnccvjiucr jmulh wu ulujowj EVOLUTION OF MONEY. Unwarranted Government lnterfcr enoe I'rcvriilH Eitny TruiiHl Hon from One SiibMlttncc to Another. Money is fciinply a commodity that is generally recognized us a universal equivalent, and its degree of goodness or eflicicncy consists in the unanimity of the recognition of the fitness of tho commodity used as money to perform the essential functions of money. Many commodities have been used as money, and they have remained in use as long as they met the essential requirements of money among tho people where used, or until some other commodity a pcared the fitness of which commended itself to tlie intelligence as being su perior to the commodity then being used. As people have advanced in discriminat ing intelligence they have discarded in ferior commodities and adopted in place thereof something that was sup...

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. — 21 May 1897

M NEBRASKA ADVERTISER TT. W, SANDKHS, l'tlbltilier. NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa, WAHIUMITON NOTKS. This secretary of tho treasury was Informed of tho arrival of 372 Chi nese at San Frnncihco on the 11th to take part In tho Nnshvillo exposi tion. Of this number only 21 uro need ed to comply with the terms of tho con tracts entered Into by tho exposition company and tho remainder will bo re turned to China. Tun annual meeting of tho supremo council of the American Protective association began at Washington on tho 11th, Biiprcmo President John Echols in tho chair. In response to tho urgent request of tho director-general of tho Nashville exposition, tho secretary of tho treas ury has decided to admit for exposi tion purposes the 201 Chinamen recent ly arrived at San Francisco and tho 0 1 at Tacoma, but under uoeircumstanccs will any additional permits to enter bo granted. CoNSWi-GicNKHATi Li:k has made a re port to tho state department descriptive ...

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. — 21 May 1897

t J h ( I h THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKKS, l'ubllsher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. 'UNTIL THE DAYBREAK." -A human soul went forth Into the night, Shutting behind It Deutli'a mysterious door, And shaking oft with strange, resistless might The dust that onco It wor So swift its Hlght. so suddenly It sped As when by skillful hand a bow Is bent Tho arrow files tiioso watching round the bed Marked not tho way It went. Heavy wlthGrlcf.thclrachlng.tcar-dlmmod eyes Saw but tho shadow fall, and know not when, Or In what fair or unfamiliar gul3e, It loft tho world of men. It broke from sickness, that with Iron bands Had bound It fast for many a grlovous day; 'And lovo Itself with Its restraining hands Might not its course delay. Space could not hold It back with fettering bars, Time lost its power, and ceased at last to bo; It swept beyond tho boundary of tho stars, And touched Eternity. Out from tho house of mourning faintly lit, It passed upon Its Journey all alone; So far not even thought co...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 May 1897

Ittl ' " ' -. M"W" -MA'f--l- D Bast Cough Bjrup. Twtca (itKL Urogj OSMSEIiMs&KKmHga TJU. Yf. W. KEELING, NHMAUA City, Nhiiuaica. Ouloo drat door south of Parle hotel. L. II. MJSJt lilTl , Contractor and Builder. All kinds of Carpenter work dono on short notice, Satisfaction guaranteed. NEMAHA, - - NEliUASKA. PHYSICI C 1'ICWA ITJ miidsoigeoh lKH: DlHcnHcHof tha NIclii, I)Ih- 011 ni" o women linn (jniiiircn wni pioumt 'iiiHWur nil ciiIIm, either diiy or jiiijm. umco icHiuonuc. - KobrnRka Noma&a, - Ths Ntbrarki Advertiser i w, if. Hjuitjr;itn vubtitiur. r X- ". FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1807. BMgwij.'i'iu-f.wjiamnpiiirtuiwii lu-MMuuwiit. te JESJ; 4$8S WEZTGWM st:7W pier:papor P13 E jw people know that John Wesley was ever In Auiurlt'ii. Few know that it wan lie, and not Robert Halites, who established tho UrHt Sunday school in ,1)0 world. It whh John Wesley who preached tho first Methodist sermon delivered In the United Stilted. Jn the Ladies' Home Journal lor Juno Hev. W.J. Scott will t...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 May 1897

MK 'Wf rjH! 'Aui v.'tsr : '?BF;)"W'f "ryirvr'T ' ; T?Kf'flr'u;r!,'',' ,,?& " 4 J " f rT . 'f'f , "tV -vr fTi ' U . t ' "1 " V "i '. I - r ' 4N o 1 I III. a I I 1 III . . l ll I. w.i.n..y ; ppjpj shrank Mdvsrtim. fWtWW WWmHWpl TOLUME XL I NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FHIDAY, MAY 28, 1897. NUMBER 42 u JP a y & I H i 7 ,-tv a i Local 3NTws. Tliero wus a light frost Sunday night. John Moore was in from Auburn Sunday. "" Dr. Callisen, the dentist, waa ovor from Stella Monday. Hon. T. J. Majors was in town a few hours Saturday evening. J. L. Dalby and J. M. Raper drove np from Shubert Monday, to see a good town. They saw it. Henry Seid has planted a big patch of artichokes this spring, and will tost their quality as hoc feed. Ed M. and Robt. C. Beyd.of Au burn, were in town a few buurs Sun day, the guests of F. L. Woodward. Jim Titus thought we needed seme thing to freshen us up, so he brought us a big bunch of pie plant. Saturday. Considerable fall wheat has been plowed up and the ground pl...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 May 1897

i ( tlESEBBtmiimTU MT, W. 8ANDKU8, I'abllther. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. V THE WORLD AT LAItGE, Summary of tho Dally Nowa WAHIIINUTOX NOTH.S. Tun Hccrotury of tho Interior went to tho Kcnuto ou tho 10th tho agreement between tho Dawes commission und tho CliocttiWH und Chickasaws. Tiik fourth assistant poHtnmstcr pcneral Iiiih Inaugurated a now policy of providing mail facilities wherever there is u suHieiunt number of people or amount of business to milieu it pay, disregarding tho rule Unit post olllees nliould not bo closer together than three miles. Oi:n. IIokatio Kino, who was postmaster-general during a portion of Buchanan's administration, died in 'Washington on tho Both, aged SO. Many old soldiers of central Illinois nigned a potitipn and sent it to Presi dent McKinley asking him to stop tho atrocities nernetrated bv Spain in Cuba under tho guise of warfuroj peaceably or forcibly, as might bo necessary. Tin: action of tho senato in passing tho Morgan Cuban resolution was tho Hiibjeot ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 May 1897

V H i A TARIFF JILL PLAN. Thoro "Will Bo Only Qno Sot Spoooh by tho Republicans. TORESIRY ORDER KNOCKED OUT. alio Con forces Agree to Kovoko tho Order ut Air. Cleveland Tho Semite mid s Ilouso Meet iiml ut Once Adjourn. Washington, May 25. Tho repub lican senators in their caucus found an "unexpected obstaclo in the way of a speedy passages of tho Dingley tariff bill. Senator Knuto Nelson, of Min nesota, is on the warpath. Ho insists that he intends to hold tho tariff bill in the senate until the house takes ac tion on his bankruptcy bill. Two weeks ago tho senate passed Senator Nelson's substitute for all the pending "bankruptcy bills. It went to tho house, and Speaker Heed quietly pigeonholed it, saying that nothing would bo done on bankruptcy legislation until the regular session next December. Now comes the rugged senator from tho northwest with a howl of defiance. "'The country needs a bank ruptcy law," said he, "as badly ns it does a turiff bill. There is no reason why tho hou...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 May 1897

nmeiwnaKmnnuuu.il 1 1 um !. tewnraaosoa ib fgffgfffftmmaffSgjBXf9SUtSt9tSSSWBXK survival'of the fittest. Then;Nebraska Advertiser There is a Wrong Way AND A RIGHT Adapted form Nast's cartoon in "Robinson Crusoe's Money." J .WV?5. ' FRIDAY, MAY 27, 181)7. j -s. . w.f .:'rJM"v ' " 1 1 I III III II n BwwmwwtuMiiiiuiiiaiii T ' &' 1 PER CAPITA MONEY. Do Prlcoa Dopond Upon Amount or Upon Kind of Mouoy? FiicIn Wlileli Wilt Help (o DInihI Iio "Mure limit''" Dclmiloii Homo l'ONurn for tho Sllvrlli froIvnuttrH Who Arc CdiMlnelliiK the ",t Mount Klniiitoliil .Seliool" Wliy Are I'Mim-n IIIkIi mill I't-r Cnt'llii .lloiif) l.otv In .Silver Stmiiltiril Coiintrlt'Nf Shmiltl IH'ponltN In llnnkN lie Inoltiileil In IOhIIiiuiIIiiu'AiiioiiiiI f .Money Whloli AIYocIh 1'ilcoHf One of the numerous fallacies upon Mhlcli the free silver dulimion Is found ed Ih the assumption by ull sllverltes niid cheap money advocates that prices are regulated by the amount of money in circulation and thai there Ih any ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 May 1897

a (j WEKWMWBVfSCW! .U . - i r U A '.. fe: K-. tf U. fr TheJNebraska Advertiser ITV 8AJnKH8 PubUthtr. FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1897. WHAT JACKSON DID. Crushed Banks in Ordor to etoro Gold to Circulation. Ho- UliqitKCf! Itntlo from Fifteen to Six teen to One o Urine Gold llnck Wax One Who Thought Tlint AH Alnnklml llnil n Predilection for Uolrt Silver Democrats Who ISnlo Klme Jackson Should Iteiul History. money democrats have never faltered In warning their countrymen of the dis aster which would follow its retire ment. "The truth is, the country is indebt ed to the hard money democrats, of whom Jackson was the chief, for the gold standard. 1 could go on and show how the net of 18.11 hud nn ciVect exact ly opposite to that of 1870, how tinder the operations of the same lntlc.ible economic law gold went out of circula tion under the one nnd silver under the other, how congress In 18511, on account of the retirement of silver, was forced to coin it ns subsidiary money In order to supply the peo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 May 1897

"prn&rvmtomiim'' 'ImKWH' . vMHWW ""VHJWKIW irmnm mw - AA1 ei rEi - LDEFNESS, Ill thin In my sonfrto tho Gray and the Blue, Wlio onco wcro BO ninny untl now aro bo few, Tlio younj? ones, tho bold ones. Tho Krln ones, tho old oilcs, Tho llBhtcra w h o fought out those a it. I Artta TChroiiRli tho copnes nnd dingles und darK- taiiRicu wuyn, nh i.. ). WltilrtrnGBS Down In tho Wilderness. tt wm over tho river napldan, And slowly southward tho march benan, Into tho oolttudc, Into tho gloomy wood, On, on, on, with a wide, strange sound, Crlndlnir and Jarring tho soddon ground. Down In tho Wilderness Down In tho Wlldorncss. All hushed wero tho bosket-flutes of May, Att awcot-volccd things had down away. Leaving to Grant and Leo A dosort and destiny: What tlmo their batteries floundered and pounded, , Add tho bombs through tho tlmbor bumped fluid bounded, Down In tho Wilderness Down In tho Wilderness. Tossing and swaying, tho hosts did go, Ulludly buffeting, blow on blow, Over tho fen-la...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 May 1897

: W' - f U ft a ? X 1 CUBA RECOGNIZED. By a Vote of 41 to 14 tho Sonata Adopts Morgan's Resolution. Result Wildly Applnudcd Equnl RlBt to 1 lloth Slilos-Substltnto Motion for Mediation Voted Down Voto In Detail. Wabiiington. May 21. The long and exciting debate on the joint resolution recognizing1 a state of war in Cuba and declaring that 'strict neutrality shall bo maintained by tho United States, passed the senate by tho decisivo voto of 41' to 14 at a late hour yesterday af ternoon. Tho resolution as passed la as follows: Resolved, That a condition of public war ex ists between tho government of Spain and tho government proclaimed and for somo tlmo maintained by force of nrms by tho pcoplo of Cuba, and that tho United States of America shall maintain a strict neutrality between tho contending parties, according to each all tho rights of belligerents In tho ports and territory of tho United States. An analysis of tho voto shows that tho affirmative was cast by 18 repub licans, 10 ...

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. — 28 May 1897

jljwnH,jtiiipwfrtrf9gniwswii.i jijiliii mi iBT!! cWtMHkRntnSnAiis. nsT I mat Coiixh Bjrup. Tasto Good. Dm Rl MnHm. BoiabrdrninlKt. Qjf, JU, IV. W. KEELING, ftlCMAUA OlTV, NlJimAICA. Office flrat door south of Park hotel. r -ii- iii"-- AMM-aaMmaa L. II. MMRR1T1, Contractor and Builder. All kinds of Carpenter work dono on short notice, Satisfaction guaranteed; NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. J.L.JIetvhi, jV.JX, Pi. - Sl'EUlALaiKHs DlHUAHi'dof Mio Hlclii, DIh .. ciixci o Wotnim unit Children Will promnlM ntiHuor nil ciUIb, cither diiy or niiui. uinco "i roHHionce. Nomaba, - Nebraska NEMAHA STOCK J? ARM J. H. SEID, Prop NEMAHA, - NKMtABKA. Breeder nnil Shipper of Dtiroo Jornoy and Poland China HogH Best no, low prices. Farm ono mile ' south of Nemaha. Clinton, Missouri. Mr A L Armstrong, an old druggls and a prominent citizen of thlw Milbr lrislng town, nays: "1 Hell forty ulner cut kinds of cough medicliiM. but Imve never in my experience sold so much of any one Article as I have ofBallard'rt Horeho...

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. — 4 June 1897

..I',,.! ."' twui.n, immu.i M.itaHwximmiia( n i ebmzto Mdvertizer. VOLUME XL1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1897. NUMBER 43 TPff S Jfe & w m f . rv v r T s& 1 Ji i r Local 3STews. Call and seo us for job work. Mrs. Fairbank for flno millinery. Tho cut worms are still working at the corn. T, B. Skeen wus in from Auburn Monday. Charley Woodward came in from Tecumseh Thursday. M. T. Hill was over from Stella Motlday, talking insurance. Mr. and Mra. Henry Williams drove up from Shubert last Sunday. Miss Flo Minick went to Peru Mounay, to attend commencement. Rev. Johu T. Smith, of Nebraska City, was in Nemaha Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Kempthorne, Mrs. Lambert and daughter Lue drove out to Au burn Saturday. A. J. Baldwin drove over from Stel la Tuesday and visited Nemaha friends for a few hours. Harvey D. Ilackor was in towuTues dny afternoon in the interest of the Auburn steam laundry. Mrs. Theo. Hill drove over to Stella Sunday and visited her son M. T. Hill and family f...

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. — 4 June 1897

jmme- T tSZ-t: II fti "i!,fr,;,jit..nrfrtitf ! - wi-rfv-i e THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANDEUS, I'abllther. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. 4,4.XA4.X4.Xi.X4-JU.XJC4.XXJ.4.4.4.'Sf :: ' JUNE J897. ; . . ; Sun. Mon. Tue. Vod. Thur. Frl. Sat. : -i . 12 3 4 5 ';ZZIiJL JJiil : 57? J4 J5 6 17 J8 1? : A 27 28 29 30 .... .... ... J THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowa IVASIIINOTON NOTICS, Tun fcdernl supremo court decided a case on the 21th, holding that tho Interstate coinmerco commission lum mo power to preHcrlbo rates on rail roads which iniiy control In tho future. The decision was construed to mean that tins interstate coinmerco cominls blon etinnot pass upon rates before they aro put into elToct. Tun expected decision of tho United States supreme court In what is known as tho Nebraska maximum freight enso was not rendered on tho 24 th, and, as tho court adjourned for tho term, a de cision cannot bo announced before next autumn. Thk trial of II. 0. Ilavemoycr. presi dent of tho American S...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 June 1897

A f '$M - m X r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. 8ANDKKS, Fablliher. NEMAHA, ' NEBRASKA. CUPID'S CORNER. Away up In tho attic where tho wind says "woo-ool" And the hoards aro warpod and shrunken and the breeze steals through, Vfa wero seeking after treasure in a rainy day in June, "That her sunny amlles wero changing to a golden afternoon. I loved her, yes, I worshiped her, but really did not daro 'To summon up my courago and declare it then and there, .And of my beating heart I asked: "Oh, what am I to do JVway up In tho attic?" and th& wind said "woo-ool" ,Sho heard tho wind's low whisper and within her smiling eyes I seemed to read tho hldlcn words: "Ho only wins who tries." .My heart sprang up to tell its lovo, and kneeling at her feet I won the cherished vow that made my hap piness complete. And now i say to lovers who aro eager to possess A promise from tho dear ones who their lot in life may bless, If you would gain the happy prlzo you ar dently pursue Go linger In tho atti...

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 June 1897

TM&Jf 'JMBIIWii uMsmeamasamsKa Riib"''"' - r ftumkr'ipiyHWKiiMj wjsmajjiii;iiwinu4,iiiwiiiuiimiij.mrr,ii' "i "iw u-"r w -. wtwwcfWJU' priuwinetTiaymgowreaiaiBB: RIGHT OF CONTRACT. The Nebraska Advertiser l If. HJIJ'ntiltti PublOhtr. SUISOHTION, - 51.00 PKIl YICAIt FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 181)7. UNCLE SAM'S MILK CHECKS. A Story of a Dairy, n Iionil All no, Lend OoIun ami of Koine (incur People Who Wanted Wii(ti'H Reduced. There wns once h dniryinnn who dltl a lnrgo mid pro-spcrotm btiHlne&s. Ho wns known and rcqicelod by a large community, nnd nenrly all the people wlio lenew hhn did biinlncMS with him. 1 do not know what hln rail nnmo wns, but they culled hhn Uncle Snin. At the early day when those things happened there wns very little money, and people awed bar lead, bullctfl nnd tobacco for clinngc. Finally Uncle Sam, who wn n rather untiHiml character, rend a pns mga In one of Aristotlo'R works in re gard to the invention of money, that "It wafl afterward determined In. value by ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 June 1897

I 4 ,i:H,. f$WBl The Nebraska Advertiser If. If. MJJJMS rubUhtr. SUHSOWIPTION, 81.50 l'EK YEAH FRIDAY. JUNE 4 1807. The losses from tlio Hoods on tlio lower Mlaslaalnpl l' esllmutod nt about S 14.000.000. Tlio suite convention of the Nebras ka hemmo of Republican Clubs will be held in Omalm on June '28. Caterpillais have completely divest ed wild Mult trees of their foliage in Custer county, and the plum thickets sire brown and bare, but a few days after being in full bloom. The prohibition convention which met nt Lincoln luwt week nominated D. M. Strong, of North Hend, forjudge of tho supremo court, and Mrs. Isabella Spurlock, of York, for regent of the Btito university. p. The Nebiaska City News says: A few weeks ago the News published a statement made by an Oregon man to tho effect that by putting aulpher into the budy of a plum trte tho caterpillars would not eat the leuvoB. T. C. Dunn hail three plum trees on his place and decided to try the experiment. He put sulphur into two ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 June 1897

- MMCSS' -w(m(Ws . ife tWF,Wp' . r5lfi5irW V ffMWM MEMORIAL DAY. A Monumont to Doad Regulars Dodloatod at Wost Poiut. 3TKIHLEY PRESENT AT ARLINGTON. "aClio Dny nt Kaunas Cltr-'Monunimit to Jllaclc M)ti Federals null Confederate Decorate tit Kleliiiiimil OlmUii- nnogii Cemetery. West Point, N. Y., Juno 1. In tho -presence of 5,000 pcoplo, tho secretary of wur and many high officials of the army, the hnUlo momiment erected by tholr comrades in lionor of tho officers find soldier! of tho regular army who fell In buttle In the civil war was dedi catcd yesterday. Everything com bined to make tho dedication of the monument an Impressive and dignified ceremony. Gen. Wilson gave a history of tho monument project and alluded to the many distinguished soldiers who had contributed to the fund. .Gen. Schofiold responded' and, in tho niimo of tho donors, presented the monument to tho army of tho United States. It was accepted in a brief speech by Sec retary Alger. After tho singing of 'Tho Star ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 June 1897

M U. tr V U- T n X If FARM AND GARDEN. REPAIRING ROADS. A Leimoii Thnt linn Yet to lie I,cxed by Man j- Fnrntern. Plans for improving the roads should be made early in the season. Too often every thought of doing work on the roads is delayed till after harvest, and worse still till the fall months. With out a doubt the sooner the work is done the better. Why should it be necessary to drive over holes, ruts and washed made by ono winter until another win ter is nearly at hand before they are repaired? Were it not that some of us are too afraid of doing a little generous work it would not be so hard to take our shovel and stop washes, open ditches or fill holes on the road a few yards from our door. It is npparent that a few minutes or a few hours of this work done at the right time will save daj's of work later, mid the right time is during the wet and thavving period of spring, when our sberviees are not especially occupied. It is not maintained that the era of good roads is to be b...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 June 1897

-s&uVt .'f'rssjy Mmz.:n... :. Wu H'JftilCTmijim mini j MumeLiwijjjLi iuiiui'irwwjiwMvirmi.uljuijjjiyawwiTOW BBWMHtgnrtHtrmWMiWfflnfUJaUUJM jjixrajarararaagaTOTJgaa Tho Nebraska Advertiser . M. 8JtJS'ntJHH VttbUihtr. SlJllSOHIl'TION, - 81.00 PICK Y1CAK Fill DAY, JUNE 4, 1807. fop11 o5AffA. &-Cs-f can I .nMfk P evrspapc Cmt Tho Fourth of July. A Oraml Celebration to be Held at An bum, Saturday, July lid. Adjoin ing Towns are Cordially In vited to Join in and Assist. At a mass meeting hold at Auburn for the purpoHH of arranging fur a big celebration this year, tho executive committee) wan Instructed to extend an invitation to all tho towns in Nemaha county to come and celebrate with ua, In compliance with those instructions,' wo horeby extend a cordial invitation to all tho citizens of Nemaha county, including the towns of Johnson, Hrock, Julian, IIowo, Numahu, Brown ville and Peru, to como and celebrnto with us at Howe & Nixon's park on Satur day, July ;J1. In as much as i...

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