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Inventor Keelys Will Filed

INVENTOR KEELY'S WILL FILED.


PHILADELPHIA, Penn., Dec. 1.- The will of John Ernest Worrell Keely, the inventor, was admitted to probate to-day. It bequeaths the entire estate, which has a value of about $10,000, to the widow, and also appoints her executrix. No reference is made in the will to the mysterious motor upon which Keely had been working for so many years.

The stockholders of the Keely Motor Company must now await the pleasure of Mrs. Keely for an explanation of the motor, there being generally entertained a belief that the inventor imparted to his wife information on the mystery which will be of value to the company. (The New York Times, December 21, 1898)

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