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Watches, to j:,i rtt. C.'ahiH's.
W'z lino of sterling Filv'.nv:iri' at
Diamonds. Invest'gate prices at
Kciliks and kodak supplies at Ger
i::g & Go's.
Hires' Root Boer served from the
keg at Gering's.
When fatigued drop in and try our
soda. Gering & Co.
You pet quality and your money's
worth at our fountain. Gering & Co.
WANTED Work in private home or
hotel, call lOf. Mrs. Victoria Roue
Our soda water and syrups are.
made of the very best material. Ger
iiK & Co.
Get ready for the 4th. ' Supply your
self with a few dressings nnd bandages.
Goring & Co.
The Ni'ws-Hkhai.d is in a position
to use a couple of good solic itors either
all or purt of the time. We have a
good proposition one you can make
some money with. Please write im
mediately, or call at the ollice.
Bulls Without Horm.
In his "Irilth I.lfo nnd Clmrartcr
Michael Maedonagh has a choice col
lection of bulls. Ho called on a hair
dresser in Kingston. As he -vas
leaving the man tried to Induce him
to buy a hottlo of hair wash. "What
sort of stuff Is It?" he asked. "Oh,
It's grand stuff." the man replied,
"lfs a sort of multum In parvo tho
less you take of It tho better."
A few days later the writer was
walking with a friend over the Wick
low mountains, whero they met a
"Well, Mick." said my friend. "I've
heard some queer stories about your
doings lately." "Och. don't brlleve
thlm. surr." replied Mick. "Sure, halt
the lies toul.l about mo by the nay
b's Isn't true."
The following notice Mr. Maedon
agh saw posted In a pleasure boat on
"The chairs In the cabinet are for
ladles. Gentlemen are requested not
to make use of them till the ladles
And this he clipped from a Kings
"James O'Mahony, wine and spirit
merchant, Kingstown, has still on tils
hands a small quantity of the whisky
whlih was drunk by tho duke of York
while in Dublin."
Farm Bargain in Cans County.
11(0 acres at 157.50. No buildings.
Splendid stock and grain farm. Close
to town und school. Good terms. Ad
dress, R. A. Nicholson, Newton, la.
Messina Was Warned.
SlKns of the approach of this catas
trophe had not been obscure. Warn
ing had not been Riven of the Impend
ing danger by abnormal atmospheric
conditions, It is true. There had been
no electrical tension in the air. Hut a
general d 1st emperal lire, says the cor
respondent of the Paris Temps, "re
acted on susceptible organizations."
All through the day and night before
the nervous were peculiarly wrought
up. mere was a nan nour interval
on the eve of the original shock when
the birds, tho dogs ami the cattle
evinced intense agitation. Horses
neighed loudly at their HtaUs. Ths
howling of the dogs was noticed
aboard tlm ships at anchor. Current
But Not So Often.
Itiiik Why is history like a writer
of comic operas?
Ulnk History repeats itself.
A Woman's Bargain.
An Oil City man who was detained
at tho house for a part of the day,
hnnded his wife, who was going down
town, a quarter of a dollar and re
quested her to get him threo clgar9
When she returned she handed hlra
the package, remarking exultantly:
"That shows that women can beat
men all hollow when It comes to ina
sing purchases. I found a placo
where I could get eight for a quarter
Instead of three. Isn't that going
And tho poor man, as ho took his
medicine, merely remarked:
"It certainly Is, dear." Oil City
in tne town ot westroru. Mass.,
many children are brought to tho pub
lic schools In barges from tho sur
rounding country, and warm soup and
cocoa Is furnished them by one of the
townswomen, Mrs. John C. Abbot, who
appreciates the fact that, leaving home
so early, they need something warm
with tbek luucheou at uuon.
"She can never be a success social
"Never. She has tho bad habit of
raying what she means." Kansas City
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JHLotter inan L.ver
Just drop in and try one of
our delicious Soda Confections. Allow us to
suggest one of the following.
No relief you say V Oh yes there is,
Chocolate Frappe J fftn J Violtt Frappe
Rose Frappe f I IO (Caramel Frappe
( Celery Phosphate
- Claret Phosphate
( Fruit Phosphate
Sundaes, any Flavor, 5c and 1 0e.
Ice Cream Soda with Crushed Fruit, 5c and 10c.
Remember, a 5c purchase is one vote in the diamond ring contest.
NEMETZ & CO.
Candymakers. Next to P. O.
To The Public
The prices of lumber and building material
of all kinds is lower at the present time than it
will be in the future. Large buyers such as
the railroads and similar corporations, have be
gun to buy in large quantities, the result is the
lumber market has passed the low place and
prices are bound to advance. If you are ex
pecting to build it will pay you to BUY NOW.
Get tirices from
F. M. RICHLY,
L. J. Mayfield was in Weeping Water
Chas. Dra'te has been very sick this
weak with the mumps.
Chas. Gerlock and John Tye of Man
ley were in town Friday.
Chas. Pankonin went to Omaha over
land in his machine Friday.
Geo. H. Wood and wife returned Fri
day from a trip through Canada.
S. Keckler and Chas. Gerlock of
Manley, were in town Wednesday.
Goldie Eager visited her father at
the jiospital in Omaha Wednesday.
Mrs F, H. Nichols and children re
turned last week from Maitland, Mo.
Mrs. Grace Muranvilleof Weeping
Water, is a guest of the Shanklinsover
Mesdames E. H. Worthman and II.
E. Brown Sundayed with the Fange
mans at Gretna.
Miss Mabel Ross of Maitland, Mo.,
is a guest of her' sister, Mrs. F. H.
Nichols this week.
Mrs. W. W. Valentine and two chil
dren of Norwalk, Ohio, are visiting the
Mayfields this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Mayfield from
St. Louis, Mo., are guests of G. W.
Mayfield and family this week.
Foundation for the new Independent
telephone office has been laid joining
the new Richey building on the north.
Parrey Moore and wife entertained at
their farm home east of town Saturday
evening. A most pleasant evening was
enjoyed by all present.
A large crowd of Manley people at
tended the base Ball game at Louisville
Saturday afternoon. The game scored
7 to 3 in favor of Louisville.
Mrs. Barton and daughter, Lillian, of
Minneapolis, MinK, left Friday for
their home after a few weeks visit
with the Wothmans and Stevensons.
. Chester Eager met with an accident
Wednesday while riding his bicycle in
to Omaha. Near Springfield he wus
thrown from the wheel, but no serious
Tho W. C. T. U. ladies observed
Flower Day at the Christian church
Wednesday afternoon. The church was
beautifully decorated and a splendii
Otto .Merrill of Caryfe, Minn., is vis
itinn I. J. Twiss and "family. Mr. Mer
rill just came from Carl Esmay and re
ports Carl as being well. Otto used to
reside in Louisville and moved to Minn.
The school board at Louisville met
on Tuesday to elect the officers for the
coming year. T. A. Jacobson and T.
C. Stander were elected to serve for
three years. The board also put on
the 12th grade.
U. A. Cline broke his leg near the
ankle last Monday while at work near
Berlin. He is now in the hospital at
Kansas City, Mo. He was employed
on the Missouri Pacific bridge gang. A
chain slipped causing the accident.
The Fourth of July celebration will
be held in Louisville on Saturday, July
The program for the dny is as
5:30 a. m., Cannon Salute.
10:00 a. m.., Escort of Orator of the
Duy to Park.
10:30 a. m., Music by Nebraska State
Music by Glee Club.
Prayer by Chaplain, Rev. Geo. M.
Address of Welcome by James Stander.
Duet, "The Old Flag," Miss Olive
and Eugene Mayfield.
Reading of Declaration of Indepen
dence. Music by Glee Club.
Music by Nedraska State band.
Address by Hon. George W. P.ergc of
Music by Band.
Noon-Basket Dinner in Park.
1:30, Concert by Band.
2:00, p. m., Base Ball Game, Louisville
3:30, Girls' Foot Race, 10 to 12 years,
HO yards, $1.00
Boys' root Race, 12 to 14 years, 50
Boys Foot Race, 15 to 20 ycara, 100
Fast Foot Race, 100 yards, J3.00
Old Mens' Pipe Race, over 50 years,
Tug of War Between Cass and Sarpy
Counties, Ten men each, $a.(K).
Horse Race, 4 10 yards, $5.00.
Automobile Race ten miles, first event,
two cylinder Cars; Second event,
four cylinder Curs, $30 in Prizes.
7:30, Grand Band Concert on Main t.
,8:110 p. m., Wrestling Match for purse
!:ti0, Grand Display of Fireworks,
i Visible all over Town, in chtirge of
I Capt. Ben. G. Hoover.
Wall paper of the latest desigiu at
We have more "time'' than we really
need, so propose to divide it with our readers.
We still have on hand nineteen clocks like the
illustration above. These little time keepers
stand about 9 1-2 inches high, are handsomely
finished in oxidized copper, are fitted with
alarms, and are excellent timekeepers in
every respect. If you want one renew your
subscription for a year in advance and send
us one new subscriber. Or, if preferable, re
new your own subscription and pay r0 cents
for the clock. This clock would sell regularly
for ?1.50 or $1.75. Order early as only a few-remain.