irants, Geo. F. Blake Mfg. Co. 's Vacuum Syrup Juice and Water
'urnps for Sugar Houses and Breweries, Nason Steam Traps.
Dealer in Iron Pipe Fittings, Copper and Brass Tubing, Iron
nd Brass Globe and Gate Valves, Packing, Belting and General
>ugar House Supplies.
Will make contracts for the construction of entire sugar house
nd machinery plants of modern design. Correspondence solicited.
Lacy Manufacturing Co.
Steel Water Pipe, Well Casing,
OIL TANKS AND GENERAL SHEET IRON WORK
DEALERS IN CAST IRON PIPE
Special attention given to the manufacture
of Sheet Steel Tanks and all Sheet Steel
Work for Sugar Refineries
Works: Corner /\ew Main and Date Streets
OFFICE: ROOMS 4 AND 5 BAKER BLOCK
Telephone No. 196. Los Angeles, California.
The University of Nebraska
(ESTABLISH D N 1869)
Offers to young- men and to young- women excellent op-
portunities for a Collegiate, Technical and University
The University is the crown of the Free Public
School System of the State. In it is found the continua-
tion from the twelfth grade in the Hig-h Schools of the
State throug-h the nineteenth grade.
The University of Nebraska comprises the following
named Colleges and Schools :
The Graduate School; The College of literature, Science and the Arts; The
Industrial College, including courses in Agriculture, Engineering (Civil, Me-
chanical and Electrical), and the General Sciences; The College of Law; The
School of Agriculture; The School of Mechanic Arts; The Sugar School; Special
Professional Courses; General Preparatory Courses in Law and Journalism and
in Medicine; The Summer School; A Teachers' Course.
The expenses of living are extremely low, ranging from $125 a year upward.
Tuition is free, excepting a nominal matriculation fee of five dollars and a rea-
sonable tuition fee in the professional schools of Law, Music and Art.
The Calendar will be sent free to all persons who apply for it. For Calen-
dar or any information that is desired, address
GEO. K. MACLEAN, Chancellor,
HIGHEST AWARD 1876.
AMERICAN MACHINERY FOR
AMERICAN PLANTS * *
AMERICAN BEET SUGAR HACHINERY
Every mechanical part of a plant for making Sugar
from Beet Roots. . . . Made here in the United
States and guaranteed as good as any that cau be made
cr used for the business.
50 YEARS OP PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN
DEVELOPMENT OF 6UGAR MACHINERY
all machinery for
all early Beet
Plants at Port-
and for Experi-
ment at Washuig-
to >, D. C., for
Department o f
a t Government
Station at Mag-
of any descrip-
tion, from Foun-
dation Bolts to
Portable R. R.
tor s , Washers,
nation Tanks and
Vacuum Pans, Centrifugals, Piping and Boilers. All Parts of a
Plant in all Details.
A, W, COLWELt
(onsuftino and Contracting Engineer for aff flatters
Pertaining to Beet flachineru
DRAWINGS ftND ESTIMATES FURNIStt&D
Address: 39 CortlandtSt,, New York City,
TTN" T VT.T3 ciTT V
THIS BOOK IS DUE ON THE LAST DATE
AN INITIAL FINE OF 25 CENTS
WILL BE ASSESSED FOR FAILURE TO RETURN
THIS BOOK ON THE DATE DUE. THE PENALTY
WILL INCREASE TO SO CENTS ON THE FOURTH
DAY AND TO $1.OO ON THE SEVENTH DAY
MJG 16 1934