The Nebraska advertiser. (Nemaha City, Neb.) 18??-1909, May 29, 1908, Image 1
J t " IJ - v viy ... : VOL. L1I1 XO. J NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1908 'err The last day of school. Criley, photographer, Auburn. Cottonwood lumber for sale by A. J. Strain. Isaac N. Cooper returned from Kansas City Tuesday. Miss Minnie May returned from Rockport, Mo., Monday. It can rain these days just as e-a-s-y no trouble at all. Much corn has been washed out by the recent heavy rains. Passenger train 97 was about two hours and a half late Thurs day forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Crother went to Auburn Monday, return ing Wednesday. Kindig & Peabody write cy clone, tornado, and windstorm insurance at lowest rates. C. P. Barker is not feeling well and Otto went out with the mail yesterday and to-day. Mrs. Frank Frazier came uo from Falls City Wednesday morn ing and is visiting friends. If you want an up-to-date job of painting or paper hanging see J. S. Hadlock. Leave orders at Reeling's. Glass! Glass!! For all sizes call on Edwards & Bradford Lbr. Co. Nemaha has had late frosts, freezes, a cyclone and floods, and yet we are going to have lots of fruit of all kinds. David Burns came in from Be atrice a few davs ago and has the Gulf been helping get the telephone water. lines straightened out. W. T. Crane called in Monday, paid his subscription to May 3, 1909, and also paid for an extra copy for a year, to be sent to his son, F. A. Crane, Atwood, Colo. Rev. J. W. Sapp gave us an item of news Wednesday. He said for us to tell the people it had rained so much in Texas that of Mexico was under NEW GOODS If you want to buy wall paper, either high grade or low priced, call on J. S. Hadlock. Sample Among the graduates of the Peru normal school this spring are Misses Stella and Bessie Washburn. Delbert Webb and Willie Ker ker went to Omaha Tuesday. They may stay there if they get books furnished on request. Pri a position to their likintr. ces of wall paper from 3 cents - i ner roll un. Jiidorn FT. A. Lambert came in o I m " i i . n if t 1 a,iW w. Qntnrdnv phIIpH two loaas oi nsnermen arove hre hv the death of his father, over irom biena monaay due it Wm. Lambert of Aspinwall pre- began raining about the time cjnct they got to fishing, so they drove to Nemaha, ate tneir dinner and We are under obligations this then started home without any week to the Auburn Republican flsli Pnv nnfc rf onmo nf fTlA TJpTYinVin i;i.n, wvopW lw , nv. we met donn iiemptnorne at n1nr,0 Auburn Tuesday. He stepped oil tne tram as we were getting The freight from the west laid on to return home. He says he over at Nemaha Wednesday night will be down to see the Nemaha on account of the dangerous con- folks. He living in Perkins dition of the track between here county. ana me uiy. jVm M fWlr nnrl MissTnninv 1U Villi JLTA V'i k AIA1MM A.MIUJ came down from their Glen Rock been able to make full trips all precinct farm Monday morning, the time for the past week on driving to Peru and coming down $ ! accuunt of high woshouts, etc. M. Burns drove up J. M. Burns drove up from Shubert Sunday night, returning the next day. He brought Char water, slides, on the train. John went back on , the afternoon tram. Miss Daisy will remain until after commencement. Geo. E. Dye came up from Shubert on the early train Mon day morning, going on to Auburn on train 98. Commencement exereises will be held at the opera house to night. A small admission fee will be charged. Misses Opal and Bea Seabury returned to Peru Monday morn ing, after a few days' visit with Nemaha friends." Nemaha people are now very nervous when a storm comes up, and the man with a good cyclone cave is very popular. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lafollette, who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. W. W. Frazier, returned to Lincoln Monday. Ed Knapp saw a small cyclone ley along, the latter taking train or tornado Tuesday about noon, w'hen he was at John B. Stotts's -Torv n 4-Vio nAimfir ltnn TVvfll XT v a fV" Ui. "r;? nately it did not strike the ground Nebr., visited her aunt, Mrs. El- - . , ' wl -A, . j. ! . though it got close enough so Ed Have you seen our pretty new lawns ranging in pricefrom 7 1-2 cents upP They are very nice. J See our Lace Curtains. Good line of India Linen, Laces Embroideries. We are especially strong in our ribbon line. t Bring Us YourButter, Eggs and Poultry. jho. wTritchev Both Phones No. 20 NEMAHA, NEB s s S t I S t 5 Mrs. Mary Chambers was called to Auburn Sunday night by the serious illness of her son, W. S. Chambers, who had a se vere hemorrhage of the lungs. Mrs. Chambers, who for the past six years has been making her home with her son-in-law, F. E. Hoover, will probably make her home in Auburn hereafter. She will be greatly missed by Mr. Hoover and children. mer ft. Alien, irom tram time Mondav afternoon until train time Tuesday forenoon. igh felt the breath. got close enough heat and smelled I its Saturday of this week is Me morial day, and consequently a legal holiday. The rural carriers will not make their trips. The postoffice will be closed except at mail time. Postcard views of the Cy clone ruins in Nemaha on sale at the Postoffice. Five cents apiece. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moore died Wednes- Wm. E. Smiley and the insur- day night, May 27, 1908, from an ance company have come to an attack of whooping cough, aged agreement. Mr. Smiley, who about two years. The funeral had his house insured for $850 wni be held to-day at 10 o'clock, and his barn for $150, against at the home, conducted by Rev. fire and tornado, accepts 850 m j. y. Sapp. The bereaved par full for his claim, and gets what ents have our sympathy. is left. He will proceed to re build the honse at once. 44444444444444X;-K-" k i WE APPRECIATE 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 Jun Edwards & Bradford Lbr, Co, GEORGE HARJWIG, Manager, k-te-k-K-fc-K-k-y-fc-k-k-fc-fc-k-K-k- I Mrs. Cora Swan and Mrs. Daisy Randall of Auburn and Mrs. Sarah Chamberlain of La Crosse, Wis., surprised their mother, Mrs. Julia Frazier, by coming in to visit her Tuesday. Mrs. Swan and Mrs. Randall re turned to Auburn Thursday. The Falls City train did not run ior two or tnree ciays tne latter part of last week on ac count of a sink in the track be tween lirownvuie ana feru ana a washout at Salem. Passengers, mail, express, etc., on the Hoi drege train were transferred around the sink. The train from Falls City got through Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Combs of Dawson county, Nebr., visited old Nemaha friends Monday even ing and Tuesday forenoon. Lon is farming about seven miles from Lexington, his postoflice being Darr. He is doing well, we are pleased to learn. Mr. and Mrs. Combs would gladden Pres ident Roosevelt's heart, as they have eight children, the oldest daughter being nineteen and the youngest six months. Miss Daisy Clark was quite badly injured about two weeks 1 T 1 Oil 1 ago. one jumpea on ner onet- and nony in the yard on her father's farm in Glen Rock pre cinct, intending to ride down to the barn. The pony ran under a wire clothes line which struck Daisy in the mouth, cutting and bruising lips and gums and throwing Daisy off backward, rendering her unconscious for awhile. She was considerably bruised. Notice. The County Commissioners of Nemaha county, Nebraska, wil meet as a board of Equalization June 9, 1908, as'provided by the statutes of the State of Nebras ka. W. A. Doolittle, Chairman. Rev. G. W. Ayers preached the baccalaureate sermon at the Methodist church Sunday night. On account of the rain the church was only fairly well filled. The sermon was a fine one, full of ex cellent advice not only to the graduates but to all young peo ple. Special music was furnished by members of the choirs cf both churches. Sam Gillespie and Jimmy Cur tis went out in the country Tues day after a load of corn. Com ing back three chickens got on the corn in the edge of town and the boys drove on to the barn with them, but the owner fol lowed them in and claimed her chickens, and came near whip ping the boys for not driving them off the wagon. Nemaha camp No. G064, M. W. of A. , at their meeting Tuesday night initiated Bert Ogg and Glenn Harger, and installed the following officers: B. I. Colerick, V. C; S. Cooper, adv.; W. W. Sanders, clerk; J. H. Seid, bank er; L. S. Colerick, escort; Ernest Alexander, sentry. A meeting will be held Friday night, when several candidates will be initiated. THE GYGLONE Hit vis hard, but did not put us 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 prices. 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 down prices. We will give you bargains in goods that are slightly damaged. Come and see. WM, FILMER.