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About The Nebraska advertiser. (Nemaha City, Neb.) 18??-1909 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1908)
VOL. Llll XO. 2
NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1908
Substantial Improvements j
Friday, June 5, 1908
We will genre our customers in the old way,
which means value received for every dollar
spent with us.
We ask for the loyalty of old friends and
the patronage of new ones to make our store
a greater success than ever.
We are showing some big bargains in goods
damaged by the storm.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR PRODUCE
Another rain Monday night.
Valley Lily flour at Gilbert's.
Criley, photographer, Auburn.
J. S. Hadlock is
Dade Seid started-for Portland,
Cottonwood lumber for sale by
A. J. Strain.
For sale Five nice shoats.
C. A. Curtis; phone 57.
Mrs. F. L. Woodward and Miss
Marie went to Kansas City
A fine line of Red Cross Ox
fordstan and black just re
ceived at Earle Gilbert's.
Eindig & Peabody write cy
clone, tornado, and windstorm
insurance at lowest rates.
Five Brick Builinit to be Erect
ed in Nemaha
The unsightly frame buildings
on the corner south of the post-
office will soon be no more, and
will be replaced by five food
brick buildings. This week F.
L. Woodward and Elmer E. Allen
bought the corner building and
ground of N. C. Jarvis. They
will have the old building torn
down and a brick store building
24x60 feet put up in its place.
Peter Kerker will join on the
north with two brick buildings
each 20x50 feet. One of these
he will occupy with his meat
market and the other will be for
G. F. Rider expects to buna a
brick, probably 20x50 feet, join
ing Mr. Kerker's buildings on
the north, to be occupied by his
On the north of this Elmer E.
Rnmbaugh will put up a bnck
barber shop, 16x24 feet.
This will add greatly to the
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Mrs. Frank Frazier of Falls the commumty, and should re
City, who had been visiting Ne- ceive the liberal patranage of our
maha friends, went to Brownville citizens.
ine independent or Auuurn
Todd Clark of Glen Rock pre- telephone company got the phones
cinct visited Nemaha friends in Nemaha in working order last
from Thursday until Saturday of Saturday for the first time since
last week. the storm.
Miss Mollie Moore, daughter oil Misses Leta Baldwin and Elma
B. H. Moore, is one of the grad- Bennett visited their friends,
nab of the Peru normal school Misses Bea Seabury and Avis
this year. Carse, at Peru, from Friday un-
rlT7 . td Tuesday.
mis. JCjxava Bennett, wno naa
been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Josh Matney has his new house
E. Lambert, returned to Auburn well under way. He is building
THIS WET WEATHER
ii when Rubber Boots and Shoes are
in demand. Try a pair of our SELZ
Royal Blue. There are none better
I Our Coffee at.&o; cent per pound
I ie the best you ever saw at that
Bring Us YourjButter, Eggs
I Both Phones No. 20 NEMAHA, NEB j
Tha younger brick and stone
masons are now being called on
to do the work in Nemaha. Sam
Gillespie has laid the foundations
for E. H. Knapp's hofcpe and the
Methodist parsonage, wrecked
by the cyclone, and Burl Curt
tright laid tht foundation for
Marshall Webb's house. They
did good work.
W. H. Barker, who has leased
the blacksmith shop of F. L.
Woodward, this week bought the
If you want an up-to-date job
of painting or paper hanging see
J. S. Hadlock. Leave orders at
Nemaha camp No. 6064, M. W.
A., initiated three candidates
last Friday night and two more
a house 24 feet square and bet-
ter in every respect than the one
that was destroyed by the cy
If you want to buy wall paper,
either high grade or low priced,
call on J. S. Hadlock. Sample
Mrs. W. W. Keeling went to
Stanberry, Mo., Monday, taking L kg furnished on reque8t. Pri
nmiwawer wiubiHuiu. of Wflll f rom 3 cents
er, mrs. juizzie jveeung.
per roll up.
For all sizes call on Edwards &
Bradford Lbr. Co.
All fhe 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 Ju n
Edwards & Bradford Lbr, Co,
GEORGE HARTWIG, Manager,
Eor Sale One 7-horse-power
Foos gasoline engine; one 4-hole
John Deere corn sheller; one
wood saw; one black mare weight
about 1250; one gray horse weight
about 1100. All in good running
order. Call on or phone W. E.
Seid, Nemaha, Nebr.
Jbi. IN. tfutterneid announces
himself as a candidate for county
commissioner from the third dis
trict. While not personally ac
qnainted with Mr. Butterfield,
from what we have heard of him
we believe he would make a good
commissioner if elected.
D. T. Smiley, who for many
years has been Peter Kerker's
assistant in the meat market, i
no longer helping there. 4 'Dad"
will be missed around the meat
market. Pete is running the
shop all by himself, putting in
about sixteen hours a day.
Prof. J. E. Gibney, principal of
the Nemaha schools in 1906-7,
visited his Nemaha friends
Wednesday. He has attended
the normal school at Peru the
past year, and has been engaged
as principal of the schools at
Sutherland, Nebr., at a salary of
$80 per month.
Mr. aad Mn, John C. Ritchey
returned home Wednesday after-
nooruxuafr two weer viait
with their son, Frank Ritchey,
and Mrs. Ritchey's sister Mrs.
J. W. Felton, near Yuma, Colo
rado. George Crow, who went
out with them, remained at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Fel
The quarterly meeting of tha
Methodist churches of Nemaha
and Howe will be held at Howe
next Sunday and Monday. Rev.
G. W. Hawley will preach Sun
day night. Rev. Geo. I. Wright,
district superintendent (formerly
presiding elder, the title having
been changed by the late general
conference), will hold quarterly
conference at 2 o'clock p. m.
papers for sale at this
Salary of Teachers Increased
Tha school board held a meet
ing after tha commencement ex
ercises last Friday night and
voted to increase the salaries of
the teachers of the primary and
intermediate departments from
$40to45 par month and of tha
principal from $65 to $76 per
month. Tha teachers for the
paat year ware-engaged for next
yearMrs. C. H. Kindig as prin
cipal aad Misses WXk Bellas and
nettle uunn as teacners or tne
intermediate and primary depart
Although laboring under great
difficulties, these teachers have
given us an excellent school the
past year. Carrying ten grades
1 1 il l 1 !1
witn inree teacners necessarily
makes hard work for all, and es
pecially for the principal. There
is talk of adding another room to
the school building and hiring
a fourth teacher. This arrange
ment will probably be voted at
the annual school meeting unless
there is a consolidation of school
districts, when more room will
be added and more teachers em
ployed. Remember that we can give
you reduced rates on almost any
magazine or newspaper published
in the United States.
Hit us hard, but did not put us
out of business.
Borne 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 andbelow.
They are not harmed in the least.
Shirts, slightly soiled, at way
We will give you bargains in
goods that are slightly damaged.
Gome and see.
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