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About The Nebraska advertiser. (Nemaha City, Neb.) 18??-1909 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1908)
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VOL. Lll XO. 52
NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 22, W08
Read the advertisements.
Miss Anna Knapp, who has
been such efficient help in Jno.
V. Ritchey's store, lias resigned,
as she is needed at home.
WE ARE THANKFUL
To our customers for the patronage under
the diadvantages since the storm.
We are now prepared to take care of all
custom except in matter of produce.
In a few days we will have our store room
in shape again for trade and ask your patronage.
I want two men and two good
teams to break up a pasture.
Jno. S. Stull, Auburn, Nebr.
Mrs. 0. E. Houtz, Mrs. W. F.
Sherwood and Miss Ethel Sher
wood, who have been visiting in
Iowa, returned home last Saturday.
Chester Sedoras is visiting in
Nemaha and Brownville, while
waiting to give in his testimony
in district court in the Ackerman
We had a heavy rain with hard
wind and lots of hail Wednesday
night. Two inches of rain fell.
We hear the rainfall at Auburn
was four and one-half inches.
Criley, photographer, Auburn.
papers for sale at this
Peabody write cy
clone, tornado, and windstorm
insurance at lowest rates.
If you want an up-to-date job
of painting or paper hanging see
J. S. Hadlock. Leave orders at
0. B. Hatch of Lincoln arrived
in Nemaha Thursday to do some
work for the Modern Woodmen
of America, for which he is a
The storm Wednesday night
was an ugly looking one, so peo
ple say who watched it, and
many went into their caves and
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. W. Ritchev
and Geo. Crow started for Yuma,
Colo., Tuesday, to visit Frank
Ritchey and wife. They expect
to be away about two weeks.
Geo. E. Codington has been in
Nemaha the past week helping
get the Auburn telephone system
in working order again. The
phones will soon be all right un
less we get another storm.
Photos of Cyclone Wrecks
Mrs. Florence Jrrvis has for
sale photographs of the wrecked
I. N. Coonor wont fo Krnisns buildings, both in 25 cent size
and post cards.
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miss L,ocKie KODerts is now
clerking for Jno. W. Ritchey.
Misses Bessie and Clara James
of Stella were guests of Miss
Anna Knapp Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Cathn
came down from Peru Tuesday,
driving on to their farm. They re
turned last week from an extend
ed visit in California. They like
that country, but prefer Nebras
Have you seen our pretty new lawns
ranging in pricefrom 7 1-2 cents up?
They are very nice.
See our Lace Curtains.
Good line of India Linen, Laces
Embroideries. We are especially
strong in our ribbon line.
Bring Us YournButter, Eggs
Both Phones No. 20 NEMAHA, NEB
John Stephenson retnrned to ka
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ter a lew uays" visit at nome. rnA fvnrn nwiff w TV5
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Glass! Glass!! day. They are living in the Stull
TiYir nil ei'znQ nnll nn i?.HWnvri r Property, recently vacated by J.
Bradford Lbr. Co. ri- vanuuriJllcu . im- mui uu
gan work Monday morning as
Mrs. E. S. McCandless of assistant cashier of the Bank of
Thurman, Iowa, came down to Nemaha.
Nemaha Friday of last week, re
Mrs. D. E. Littrell went to
Omaha Thursday to join her hus
band, who is working in a bar
ber shop in that city.
Postcard views of the Cy
clone ruins in Nemaha on
sale at the Potoffice. Five
Mrs. A. V. Farson, jr.,
been acting as telephone central
for the past week, as their phone
u w. Konerts louncl an egg a
few davs aoo that li!id three
volks. That is certmnlv irettinir the only one through which
in a trood manv vnlk communication can be had with
Auburn and Brownville over the
C. N. Smith of Coffee county, independent line.
Kansas, came to Nemaha Tues- -
rln v mnvninn- tn visit his hmi hor. Miss Minnie May went to Rock-
J. W. Smith, whom he had not port, Mo., Wednesday afternoon,
seen for six years. He started
for home Wednesday morning. "
All the favors shown us by our Patron and
Friends in aiding us during the recent dis
aster, in moving our Hardware and Furni
ture stock, and Promptness and Faithful
Service rendered while erecting our new
store. We thank you for all favors shown
us in the past, and kindly invite you to call
and see our new store and stock which we
hope to replace by Jund 1.
It is reported that the Nemaha
river is the highest at Auburn
and above there it has been since
1883. The heavy rain of Wed
nesday night extendeAto Lin-
coin, llie iact tnat the Missouri
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river is noc nign win lavor peo
ple living on the Nemaha bottom
Edwards & Bradford Lbr,
GEORGE HARTWIG, Manager,
to attend the funeral of her aunt,
Mrs. Mary May, widow of the
late Wm. May, who had died
that morning. The funeral ser
vices were held Thursday at 2
o'clock p. m.
We learn that Miss Ada Titus,
daughter of Sherm Titus, was
accidentally killed Wednesday
morning by being run over by a
horse, while visiting relatives at
Ogalalla, Neb. She was eigh
teen years old. Miss Ada was a
neice of Mrs. Chas. C. Clark.
The County Commissioners of
Nemaha county, Nebraska, will
meet as a board of Equalization
June 9, 1008, as provided by the
statutes of the State of Nebras
ka. W. A. Doolittle.
Fred Crane started for his old
home in Perkins county, Nebr.,
Monday, and after visiting there
will go on to Atwood, Colorado,
and stay with his uncle, Dr.
Gaither. lie goes in hopes to
benefit his health.
Mrs. Levi Clifton died at her
home in Aspinwall precinct Wed
nesday afternoon. Mrs. Clifton
had been in poor health for some
time. Tuesday afternoon Dr.
Frazier, assisted by Dr. Lutgen
of Auburn, performed an oper
ation, finding she was suffering
from a cancerous affection of the
large bowel. She was highly re
spected by all her acquaintances.
The storm last week broke a
bio: limb off of a shade tree in
front of John Watson's home.
Jimmy Stephenson tells Uncle
John came hobbling out as he
was passing and said he would
have to get Jimmy to cut the
limb up as he was hardly able to
get around. Jimmy trimmpd up
the limb, cut it into wood and
burned the brush, and about the
time he finished Uncle John came
out as spry as a boy. But he hac:
worked Jimmy all right.
Cottonwood lumber for sale by
A. J. Strain.
Remember that we can give
you reduced rates on almost any
magazine or newspaper published
in the United States.
Notice of Sale of Estrays
Notice is hereby given that on
Saturday, May 23. 1908, at 10
o'clock a. m., at the home of
Chas. Howe, three miles south
west of Nemaha, I will offer for
sale two red steers, supposed to
be two years old, said steers hav-
ing"bcen taken up as estrays by
said Chas. Howe, advertised ac
cording to law, and remain un
claimed by the owner.
W. W. Sanders,
Justice of the Peace.
Land For Sale.
800 acrcfi located in Lincoln county, 8
miles southeast of North I'latte, 2 1-2
miles from Higncll, the new town on
the prospective lino of the 1$. & M.
This land is all fended and in pasture,
70 acres broke and fenced scparatu and
in crop; live room house, good cellar,
water in the house, d well, cistern
and tanks, water in the barn; barn for
12 horses, cow sheds for 50 head of cat
tle. The land is selling, and is as good
land as any in the state of Nebraska.
A bargain at $15 per acre. This land
will sell for $U5 per acre in the ncx
W. T. Bnnks,
North Platte, Nebr
Hit us hard, but did not put
out of "business.
Some of our canned goods have
labels torn and discolored. Con
tents are guaranteed all right.
These will be sold at reduced
A lot of shoes had boxes crushed
and will be sold at cost and below.
They are not harmed in the least.
Shirts, slightly soiled, at way
We will give you bargains in
goods that are slightly damaged.
Come and see.
near Nemaha, as the water is
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