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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 December 1897

MM , 1 W I M t ' i J. "ft ' J OPPOSE GAGE'S BILL. ,Tho American Federation of Labor Do clarcs Strongly Against the Measure. Ji. Now York Organization to Aid the Zlon- Istlc Movement Canal lloat Owner I'lms HcHolutlotiH (or State Grain ElovntorH. TN'asuvim.h, Tcnn., Dee. 21. When 'the Federation of Labor met yester duy a resolution relative to legislation on the postal savings bank system was laid before the convention by the com mittee on resolutions. The resolution indorses the bill pending before con gress favoring the establishment of postal savings banks, with the clause relative to the national banks stricken out. The resolution was adopted. A strong discussion over the resolu tion reported favorably by the com mittee, indorsing independent politi cal action and declaring against in junctions, was participated in by Wc Guire, the author of the resolution; Kreft, Yarnell and lirennock. and af ter defeating an amendment offered by Kreft, the resolution was adopted. The resolution...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 December 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER .!.. W. W. BANDKKS, PablWtier. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. VV.VnV.Vn'.Vi'iVr'iV.ViYiYiViiiV.'fiVi'.iiriV. vi-.i-jL.juiAvm ui- a; XUCINDA BOWERS. I 3: BY JOHH WALKER HARRinGTOIt. 5 Copyright, 18D7. 3 LUCINDA BOWEHS looked at the little Invitiition curd, and rebellion uroBc in lier henrt. "I don't care," Hlie said, "I'm going." All the Ohio village of Valley City knew that afternoon that Luclnda Bowers was buying a new dress. Mar garet Elton had seen her purchasing the organdie at Dorchester's that morn ing. Hen Sturgls met itttth Ames, on IiIm way home to dinner, and told her jiiBt what kind of paper pattern he had sold to Luclndn. Mrs. Benson, who hnd issued cards for a lawn party on the following Thursday, could hardly have been ex pected to know who composed "so 'clcty" in Valley City, and who was beyond the pale though several well disposed persons, when they heard that old Sam Bowers' daughter had been invited, would hnve put in a word in the right direction had th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 December 1897

f h- n X slSai WAS tho night be I fore Christmas." and Oh, yes, I know That's scarcely orig inal, still It'll CO. It's Juat what I wanted to say, you'll admit, And It's easier far than to write one to fit. Twas the night before Christmas and Dlclc was In bed, When he heard a light step on the roof overhead, And a rattle of boots In the chimney, and knew It was Santa, so down the front stairway he Hew And peeped In the parlor and there, sure enough, Wna that little old gentleman, ruddy and bluff, With his thick bushy whiskers and Jolly red nose, And tho pack that he carries wherever he goes. But his dress, well, what student of story book lore Saw Santa Claus dressed In a sweater be fore? Or In trousers of plaid, while the stockings he sported Were the kind Anglomanlacs lately 've imported, Called "golfers." In short, his attire was so queer, Dick's gasp of surprise reached the old fellow's ear. "Come In," said he, kindly, "I roally would like To have some one to talk to. Say, how do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 December 1897

Isr rftotXrtw'? W2Zv3r &NTC.W. IIIIISTMAS agalnl hclgho, my lass, How slwlft the silent seasons pussl Tho plans wo made but ycstermorn Theso same swift years Imvc laughed to scorn; Tho ship whereon our hopes sot sail Hath seldom met n rinmilv uale: Tho haven whom otir longings bldo ts Bllll upon tho farther aide. ,(0,,nm Hut, thank tho Lordl time's wisdom turned rtu Blow upon us when wo learned That hare rooms bloom beneath the touch Of lovo that makos the little much. Christmas ngaln; our babes at play Bring back tho vanished years this day, Yea, Kind am I that futo's decroes Dcnlod us gold to give us these. And you, whoso patient lovo hath lent A tendor Brace to banishment Tho realm wo missed hath naught so dear To mo as your fair prcsonco here. 80 do I bloss the seasons urncd, Wherein two hearts tho lesson learned That bare rooms bloom beneath tho touch Of lovo that makos tho little much. Frank Putnam, In Chicago Tlroes-Her-nld. "7 T WAS the close of n (lay In the enrly part ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 December 1897

h f 1 ni I7' J ill O WASHINGTON HESING DEAD. The Fiitnou Chicago Ucriimn I'M 1 tor n Vic tim if Itrurt I)ltimo. Chioacio, Doc. 20. Washington Hca Ing, ex-postmaster of Chicago, twico Candida tu for mayor, president of tho Btaats Zeitung company and for many years a representative citizen, died Saturday evening at llvo o'clock in hla 1 WASHINGTON HESINO. rooms, 325 Mich Span avenue. The end came as peaceably as unexpectedly, and the physicians who made tho post mortem examination attributed deatli to heart disease, superinduced by ma laria and la grippe. Mr. Ileslng was born In Cincinnati in 1840, but in early manhood became a citizen of Chicago. Ho was recognized as one of the oldest German editors of the country. EDITOR NIXON FAVORED. Tho FrottlilMit Nnincn lllm for Custom Collector nt Chicago Other lMncca Filled. Washington, Dec. 20. The presi dent has sent tho following nomina tions to the senate: William P. Wil liams, to be assistant treasurer at Chi cago; William I'enn Nixon, e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 24 December 1897

ltM& I I I . If laa'Biiwauxim ijM,uiiwimnujunjiiniJMjawiiw.juMi.ii n mn y CMdlfsMHI;I3W;igHI CHRIS WHI 11 All IMnI F4IIS. Dot Cough By run. Tamcs Uood. Ubo Id tlmo. Sold by rtniftnlaU. The Nebraska Advertiser I pit. W. W. KEELING, "Nkma.ua. City, Nisiucaka. Odlce first door south of Park hotel. Notary OT.W. SAWDERS : -: Public Ifomalia City, Nob. Hi l.BJ SIMMS M)lt PLASTERER Acini) mid Aaatlto work n HpeolnUy. OIh tcriiH Inillt. Paper MiiiikIiik, IChIniiiiiIiiIiik mid WlilipwiihlilDK liio. I.nw prl2o, All oik wnriiinlml. SUHSOllII'TION, - 81.00 IMCIl VKAK Fill DAY, DEC. 24, 185)7. &Si, SaKV? MmMh Newspaper Kerkcr & Hoover, Dottier In :m::e.A-TS HiR'stprli'OH paid forlildcN, Inril, tallow RAIIIC. t" NEMAHA flTY. NKHHASKA. Mies Norn Jennings vv'nt to Hums burn, Iown, Thursday, to spend thoi ,!1Ujjk farmers' Holidays. Wo have repeatedly called tho atten tion of our fanner readers to the mer its of the Iowa Homestead as a practi cal, all-around farm paper, just suited to the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 December 1897

ffii dvertmr. I i VOLUME XLII NEMAHA, NEUUASKA, FRIDAY, DEC. 31, 1897. NUMBER 27 i ipb Mehmsh HO PBBflUMil m I fisgamk HVJ -'flfflfc W m fc .1 Ai Wft V & r i ffMmJttjW Local News. Colder again. Good-bye, 1807. 1 1 tippy New Year. See our clubbing offer. The sleighing in spoiled. Oull and see uy for job work. Additional local on last page. Mrs. Fairbatik for fine millinery. Mrs. Thos, 13. Ske&n came in from Auburn Tuesday . 13. II. Huiloy has been appointed postmaster at Brock. Mrs. David Tourtelot came down from Lincoln last Saturday. Miss Vicloiia Scott went to Stella last Saturday, to visit her mother. Hobert Frost brought a bog to town Thursday that weighed 070 pounds. We understand the publication ol the Julian Journal has been discon tinued. Mrs. Mattio'Suovlll came down from Omalia last weeK to attend the wedding of her Bister, Miss Lulu Claik. Mrs. W. W, Sanders went to Auburn Monday to visit lifr sister, Mrs. B n Parker. She returned home Thursday. Will Clark, who mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 December 1897

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDICU8, rublUlmr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTK9. An ngrecmcnt hns been reached be tween tho lenders of tho senate nnd house ut Washington which practical ly secures tho passage of tho Jltiwloy bill to increase tho army by two regi ments of artillery. Immumatki.y after tho holidays dole Rations in congress f rom several states will get together for tho purposoof or ganizing, if possible, for tho passage of an omnibus public building bill. Thoro is an urgent demand for public buildings in many cities and towns and bills for their construction aro now pending to the amount of no less than 850,000,000. A it.nhio.v hns bjon granted to tho widow of Knud Knudsen, ti soldier who was killed in tho lato war, by tho Washington authorities, tho back pay of which aggregates over S 1,000. Tho woman has never left Norway. PiiKS iih:kt McKinm:y has decided to appoint Owen L. W. Smith, of North Carolina, as UnlU'd St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 December 1897

&, HH V A DISTRESS PREVAILS. Tho President Reliably Informed of Terrible Suffering in Cuba. Official or Washington Surprised lit tin JKMdbltlon of Feeling nt Madrid Ovor tho LtttcMt Noto uf Minister Woodford. Washington, Dec. 23. Tho most -profound distress prevails among many thoustuuls of people In Cuba. Starva tion not only impends, but is an actual fact. Tho president has been informed of tho facts from sources whoso credi bility cannot be doubted. Ho has gone to the length of his constitutional power in calling the state of affairs to tho attention of the American people. The state department has used all of its .authority to mitigate tho conditions there, and the letter to the pub lic sent out by bocrotury Sher man the day before Christinas pointed out the way to further alleviate the miserable condition of the reconcentrados. Yesterday tho sum of S5.000 was received by Assist ant Seerotarj' Day from certain char itably disposed persons whoso names urc not disclosed, and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 December 1897

TIE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. tV. SANDKItM, 1'aMlaUtt. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA- ULYSSES SIMPSON.MENDENALL. "What woko mo? Surely In my dreams I hoard tlio teacher call Tho roll as sho did years ago "Ulysscn Mcndonnlir I heard that namo then Just as plain and his rosponse as clear As when from his far corner seat Ulysses answered: "Ilerol" Ulysses SlmpBon Mcndonall, Iho partner of my Joys The partner of my Borrows, too, when you and I wcro boys, Wo learned to sknto together on tho creek at Jones' mill, Together gathered walnuts from tho trees around tho hill. As partners trapped tho rcdblrd; fished to gether In tho brooks, And Joined to gather scrap Iron to ex change for lines and hooks; Collaborated on tho spoil of marble-playing skill; And on tho autumn Saturdays wo tramped o'er llcld and hill, And emulated Daniel Boono from morn to set of sun You with your homely yellow dog, 1 with my father a gun. And when tho nun In summer made tho road a quivering track, How willingly you took tho chanco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 December 1897

h & I r A IPE Is a count of losses, Every year; For tho weak nro heavier crosses, Every year; Lost springs with sobs replying Unto weary autumn's sighing1, .Whllo those we lovo are dying Every year. , , The days have less of gladness. Every year; The nights more weight of sadness Every year; Fair springs no longer charm us, The winds and weather harm us, Tho threats of death alarm us. Every year. There como new cares and sorrow. Every year; Dark days and darker morrows, Every year; The ghosts of dead loves haunt us, The ghosts of changed friends taunt tin, And disappointments daunt us, Every year. To the past go more dead faces, Every year; As tho loved leavo vacant places, Every year; Everywhere tho sad eyes meet us, In tho evening's dusk they greet us, And to come to them entreat us, Every year. "You are growing old," they tell us Every year; "You aro more alone," they tell us, Every year; "You can win no new affection. You have only recollection, Deeper sorrow and dejection, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 December 1897

THE WARDEN'S BABY. BY CHARLES B. LEWIS. (Copyrlcht, 18?.) An assistant 01 deputy warden of tli ir sswell state )rison It may not Kci'in becoming Sit me to criticise my Mipcrlor ollleer, and I should not do so It lib nuts hud not enllcd forth public conduinnatlon, and eventually kul to a tragedy which resulted In Ills death, 3kfcu who exeiolse the arbitrary pow ers of a warden should bu selected for other than personal reasons. There nhould he a mingling of sternness and sentiment they rihould be students of Iiiunan nature they should know when to overlook and when to punish. 3vlr. James secured his position through a. political "pull." He was by nature sin impulsive, domineering man. His word was law in Ills own family it was law with everyone else who did mot wish a quarrel with him. lie took hnrge of the prison with a fixed de termination to "boss" tilings. The Sdea that a convict was a man or had amy rights was an absurdity to him. INo argument could make him realize ihntmlsfortu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 December 1897

DEFENDS THE WEST. A PENSION PLAN. Senator Edward O. Wolcott Speaks at the New England Society Festival. The Wrst Not Dcciulont It JoliM HunUi with tho South Contentment Cuti- n ot Cuiuo to tha I.iiml Ity Sectional Strife. Nnw Yoiik, Deo. 23. The 02d an nual festival of the Now England Boelcty in tho city of Now York was hold nt Dclmonlco's last night. Four hundred members of the society and their friends, including many dis tinguished men, wero present. Tho feature of the banquet was the address of Senator Wolcott, of Colorado. Ho began with a humorous reference to tho political resignation with which the exiles from Now England boro their banishment; then spoke of an al leged dcslro of tho Canadian govern ment to acquire tho state of Maine and portions of Now Hampshire and Ver mont in exchange for territory in western Canada. Serious thought on the subject of a possible cession of u. part of New England, Mr. Wolcott said, brought "a realization of what it would mean to this peoplo ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 31 December 1897

J? in WlllSillOitftli. ) . - tgeeKHaTKitirtntm&etmvrrrvTr''i uiu m' u;.aagcajB3Mi3aaMgyaayyroMxiwK-TU?rfl mni mi 1 1 iaii Ed Beet Cotisli Syrup. Tastes uooil.' Umj gjl T)U. W. W. KEELING, JtKMAHA OlTV, NlSltHAKA., Ofllro first door Houth of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : -: Public Nomaha City, Nob. PLASTERER Arni- mill V itlto woilc u hikvIiiI' (Jin. tcniH iiiilii, 1'tipnr HiiiikIiih, Kitloiiilnln nml WIUtowiiMiliiK du'iiu. Low piling, Ali woik war Hiiitui. Kcrker & Hoover, lH'iilcr In , IiVL"Q.A.TS liUhoit irl'i'N pttltt for IiMl'n, litnJ, tuilow KAiius ' NF IV, NBHH VhKA J.L.Jh'tvin, JI.J).,Ph. . mmmmmm SlMCOIAullKS: UIhcaruh or tlm .Skin DIh hiihc o Women unit Children Will prim" niHWor nil ciiIIh, ulllior tiny or nlglil. oillco " roHldonoc. NEMAHA SPOOK FARM J. M. 4JSED, Prop MiMAIIA, - NKI1UA8ICA. Hrocdornml Hliippnr of Duron orney anil l'oliuul Clilnu Hoys Boat up, lii v prices. Farm ouo mile south of -Nemaha. Nemaha Cornet Band. Is now pi vmiviI to furnish good m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 January 1898

; ,. t MAU T( i44t& r VOLUME XLIL NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 7, 1898. MJMBEli J wwyrwnwwMWTn (73& $ Mdvertiser. f h K 41 b L f v .Local News. See our clubbing offer. 0ill aud bco us for job work. See the change in Low man's ad. Mrs. Fairbank for line inUlinory. Charley Woodward paid Peru a visit Thurhilay. JurtMay and August Quiller visited Auburn Wednesday. S. FT. Avey & Co change their ad vertisement tiilH week. Mr. and Mr-. N. H. Catltn, of Teni, were in town Saturuiiy. No freight trains ran Saturday, that day being a legal holiday. Born, on January 7th, 181)8, to James Shlvely and wife, a line sun. C. Shuck sold one of his Berkshire hogB to F. E. Allen last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Kindig returned to CortUnd Friday of last week. Harry Webber eiders Tub Adveu tiskk sentto Matilda Bear. St Francis, Kansas. O K. Fisher .eiinws his subscription to t;iiB family journal, and also sub scribes for the inter Ocean, New York Tribune, aud Toledo Blade. Mrs Alice A. Miniek,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 January 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER I --. W. W. SANOKItH, ICublUhar, i . i ,., NEMAHA. NEBRASKA, r 3 JANUARY J 88. 4 ' , j Sun. Mon. Tub. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat. - ' i i m. i .. .. j. i 3JLi!liLJlJlJiJ; :'iliiii.iLi!.iii : 23 24 25 26 27 28 29" , OU o .... .. .... ... i THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa. "IVAHHINOTON' NOTKS. Samukl Gompkuh, president of the American Federation of Labor, has re plied at Washington in an open letter to Secretary Ougc's recent lutter tak ing1 exceptions to resolutions passed by the federation with reference to the Gage flnuncial bill. Mr. Gompcrs ficorcs tho secretary's currency scheme nnd says It would mean flnaneiul rule by the banks. Tiik president has signed tho bill passed by congress "prohibiting tho killing of fur seals in the waters of the North Pacific ocean." Tub crop bulletins of the department of agriculture next spring will be cen tered more largely upon tho collection and discrimination of exact facts re garding crop areas than in guesses on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 January 1898

i - - l r- t I a THIRTY PEOPLE KILLED. Collapso of a Crowded Floor In Lon don, Ont., Results Disastrously. KhlrtySIx Itnlldings nt Fnrmvlllr, Vn., De stroyed by Flro Commerce, Tex., Near ly Wiped Oat Workmnn Ileenpl tated Accident In a Cotton Gin. London, Ont., Jan. 4. Thirty per sons are known to havo been killed and many wore injured by tho collapso -of a floor in tho city hall last night. ILast night closed tho municipal oam jmign, and tho hall was crowded to hear tho addresses of tho successful candidates. How many were injured will never bo known, as those who suffered but slightly at onto mado or their homes or were cared for by friends. Uoth of tho city hospitals are full, and many of tho injured arc at their own homes. Tho building was crowded to the very doors, prob ably 2,000 people being jammed in Its narrow space. There was a lull in the proceedings when tho audience called for several of the nowly elected alder men at once, and thero was some delay in securing a speaker...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 January 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. VT. 8ANUKKH, I'ubllilior. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA, A SONG OF HER LOVE. There's a song of a bird In a blossoming tree, And songs In wind-trebles abovo; Hut the song that Is ever tha sweetest to mo To n dear little song of her love! Iilko fairy bells ringing Vhcro roses nro springing Is the song of her love thnt my glad heart Is singing! 0 tho birds In tho blossoms with melody charms, And tho winds sing tho blue fields above; But of rosy-red lips and two little white j nrm3 Is Iho dear little song of my love. 'v.. Of red lips that kiss mo And tenderly bless me, And arms like a necklace that clasp and 1 caress inc. Ring ever, yo birds, In tho blossoming tree, And, winds, plpo your music above; Her brown curls aro brighter than blos soms to mc, And I'm singing a song of her lovo; Llko fairy bells ringing Where roses aro springing, Is the song of her lovo that my glad heart Is singing! Atlanta Constitution. ;333333!:'53!5333.-533333933i.5a, 0 to AN EXPERIENCE to I AT ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 January 1898

h ' w i .T a.- fe PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. Tho Greatest Thoroughfaro in tho Capital of tho Nation. Tlio New City Tout Ofllcc tho Firm UulldliiK ilcnlly Worthy oC n l'lnoe 4111 the IiuiiohIiib Btrcct. Special Washington better. You have nil rend of Pennsylvania avenue, the great thoroughfare of the national capitnl. It is the grandest parade ground in the world, and will some day be the greatest avenue on earth for beauty, comfort and pleasure. To-dny Pennsylvania avenue is noth ing like the splendid public highway that the people generally imagine it to be. You shall see it through the eyes of one who knows every inch of the ground, by riding over it, driving over it and walking its entire length for many yenrs. You will be disillusion ized. It need scarcely be said that JMnj. L'Enfnnt, the civil engineer who planned the city more than a hundred years ago, performed a piece of work which daily demonstrates his wisdom and sagacity. The capital city of the new republic of the new world wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 January 1898

A RETROSPECTIVE VIEW. XTotablo Happonlngs at Homo and Abroad During 1897. Your .Marked for DIniihIitw of Vn rloiiH KIiiiIn ii ml .11 any Awful Crimen The Orncco Turk lull War the Chief Kveni Abroad. HANK FAILURES. Jan 2 Stato suvlngH, Whitehall, Mich.... CltlzatiB' nutlonal, Fargo, N. D... .Omaha Nob.) Havings, JSM.OOO. Jan 4 Oertnuiilii ($1,000,000) and Vct Sldo, St. Paul, Minn. ...First City, Nora Springs, la. ...Merchants' nutlonal, Devil's take, N. D. Jan 7 Commercial, Eau Clnlro, Wis.... Dank of Canton, Minn. ...Citizens, Luncs horo, Minn. Jan 8 Hank of North St. Paul, Minn. Jan 0 First nutlonal, Alma. Neb. Jan 12 Hank of Mayvlew, Mo. Jan 13 Seattle (Wash.) savings. Jan 14 Merchants' nutlonal, Ucalu, Fla. Jan 16 Citizens' state, Fullerton, Neb. Jan 1C Hank of Conway, Mo. Jan 18 German national, Louisville. Ky. ....First nutlonal. Newport, Ky... .Minne sota suvltigs, St. Paul. Jan 21 (iurmun suvlngs, Dos Moines, lu., $554,000. Jan 23 Upland (Intl.) bank (voluntary nuspcuslou... ...

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