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Tornado and Cyclone
WHY DELAY TAKING TORNADO IN
SURANCE when the cost is only $5.00 for $1,000
for three years?
. P. FAIHB, Agent
AETNA and QUEEN Insurance Go.
-liont Sunday with
went to Platts
?ey returned from
was an Omaha
Karl Bennett was in Lincoln
John Whit i?
C. It. Jordan
Mrs. W. E. Ca
Dr. Muir had business in Lin
William Stewart was in Lincoln
on business Monday.
Mrs. I'hil Di'iier was a passeng
er lo Lincoln Monday.
Harry Parsell was in Lincoln
Friday and Saturday.
Will Hoyles of Lincoln was a
visitor in Alvo Saturday.
(J. P. Foreman, sr., was in Lin
coln on business Friday.
Dale Boyles was a Lincoln
visitor Saturday and Sunday.
E. M. Stone spent from Friday
to Sunday witlj his family.
Rudy Kuhn was doing business
in the capital city Saturday.
Sam lams of Lincoln was trans
acting business in town Monday.
Mrs. (leorue Foreman, jr., was
shopping, in Lincoln Wednesday.
J. II. Slroeiner and son, Alfred,
were in Omaha Monday on business.
Marie Slroemer spent Sal
ami Sundav with home
II. A. Stone and J. H. Stroemer
were in Omaha on business Wed
nesday. Miss Orpha Mullen of Roca
spent Saturday and Sunday with
Byron Foreman of Niobrara,
Neb., is visiliiur relatives here
Mrs. John Murley returned
from Clay Center, Neb., Thursday
of last week.
Mrs. Harry Parsell entertained
the Women's Reading club last
Mrs. William Powell of Lin
coln visited . relatives in town
Mrs. Charles Suavely went to
Lincoln Wednesday lo visit for a
week or two wilh relatives.
Miss Belle Ouryea returned
home from Waverly Monday,
where she had spent the winter.
F. N. Bobbitt left Tuesday
morning for several weeks visit
with his son, William and family
Mrs. Joe Armstrong ann daugh
ter, Mrs. Elmer Barrett and chil
dren, were shopping iri Lincoln
Miss Alice Kellogg and broth
ers, Schuyler and Arthur, were
transacting' business in Lincoln
Miss Amelia Kamm and niece,
Miss Keefer, went lo Lincoln Fri
day. Miss Keefer remained wilh
relatives for a few days.
Mrs. Strickland took dinner
Monday with Mrs. Oeorge Curyea.
She left for Colorado, where her
sou resides, Monday evening.
T. X. Bobbilt found a box of
stationery in li'.s uela some days
ago, which is thought to have
been blown there by the cyclone.
J. A. ishatTer was elected dele
gale from No. 310 A. O. I'. W: lo
I he grand lodge at Hastings, Neb.,
which will nieel May I A for a live
Bud rove, Dale Boyles and
Elmer Barretl motored to Lincoln
Tuesday afternoon, where Mr.
Barrett 1oughl fountain supplies.
He will have cold drinks to serve
J. E. Casey and Miss Blanche
Connor of Platleville, Wis., who
has been visiting her aunt, Mrs.
J. E. Casey, the past week, were
Lincoln visitors Wednesday. Mr.
Casey returned home on No. 1 1,
but Miss Connor remained to visit
relatives for several days.
Mrs. S. 0. Boyles went to Uni
versity Place Saturday to be with
her sister, Mrs. Joe Prouly, who
has been tpiite sick. Mrs. Prouly
has improved and can be up and
around and Mrs. Boyles relumed
home Wednesday on No. !S.
The third number of the lec
ture course will be held at the
hall Friday evening, April 25. As
the. male quartet of the Nebraska
Wesleyan university could not
come on I hat dale, it has been ar
ranged to place the fourlh num
ber on the tickets in third place,
and follow with the number that
should have been in third place.
The talent represented in the next
number is well worth our notice.
Those embracing (his number are
all ladies. One, a pianist, is a
graduate of the Conservatory of
Music of (he University of Ne
braska; another, a soloist, is a
member of the faculty of the Lin
coln Musical college; the last, a
reader, is also on the faculty of
the above mentioned school in
I he department of drama! ie art.
A highly entertaining program is
promised. Everybody should plan
to attend this number.
railroad cut, the
owned and oc
A. Jameson fain-
house near t lie
cufiied by the E
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bird, who
have been visiting relatives and
friends in Ibis vicinity and in
Iowa for the last two months, left
Wednesday morning ' for their
home at Stockton, Kansas.
W. P. Sitzinan and family
went to Omaha Saturday for a
visit with relatives and a view of
the tornado scenes. Mrs. Sit z
mann's sister, Miss Helen Tuina,
J. W. Ruhga, one of our up-to-
date farmers, southwest of ton,
commenced hauling lumber from
the Voss yard Saturday to build
a large cattle shed and hay barn.
Tlie structure will be L'xCiS feet.
This will add very much to Mr.
Ruhga's tine set of improvements
and he has the farm to match
to mukt a big tfg rrcord. Ilcavy layiua puts
titauy atma 011 the ditftttive and mi-pro-
"u . incse are grntly itimuUtnl
uj lruj(thcDcd by tha tunic acliuu uf
pc& Poultry Regulator
It improve! fcfalth and bringi tb eggi
25c, 50c, lis 25-lb. Pail. $2.50
"Your money back if it faila"
PratU Powdered Lice Killer
drips tool 25c and 50c
l0-pams poultry book FREE
Ctt PratU Prolittbariag Booklet
J. V. Egenberger
.. NEHAWKA. :
John Whiteiiian went as a dele
gate to the insurgent, Woodman
meeting' lwld in Lincoln Wednes-
nj&y If If Ifl
( f f'
We are headquarters for Carpets,
Rugs, Linoleum, Oil Cloth, Woodo
lium for rug borders, Stair Carpets
and Pads, Curtain Rods, Lace' Cur
tains, Scrims, Nets. See us before
9x12 Rugs from $7 to $27.50.
E. G. Dovey & Son
John Rough, Charles Bales, 0.
M. Chriswisser and August Osl
had stock shipments to South
Nick Opp, who has been sulTer-
ing more than usual with the
rheumatism recently, has gone to
Lincoln to lake treatment.
Ju.t what to do with those four
backsliders in Weeping Water
will be quite a problem. Hanging
is abolished in the slate and it
costs money to eloclrocute.
E. M. Pollard left Monday even
ing for Chicago, where he weul as
i delegate from Nebraska lo t lie
National Conference of Farmers,
which meets there this week.
(luy A. Rood was a Wednesday
morning passenger to umalia ami
informed us Ihat he expected lo
bring a wife back with him, and
from the way he was "dolled up"
we believe it.
Mrs. William Kautl'man, who
was stricken with paralysis two
weeks ago, still lies helpless at
her sister's, Mrs. 1). I). Adams.
Then! is but very little improve
ment in her condition, which is
The editor of this paper was a
delegate to the head camp of the
W. O. W. that met in Grand Is
land Tuesday .and Wednesday, and
the taper may lack something
that you expected to see in it. We
beg your pardon in advance.
Let us hope the jail levy will
seine i ne county seal removal
light that was threatening, and
while the levy carried because of
that agitation, lei us kindly re
frain from insinuating such. Of
course retrospection will be a bit
ter pill for some to swallow; but
it seems to be pretty generally
agreed that the taxpayers of Cass
county do not wish any more
special elections at present.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Kline of Cedar Creek, Tuesday,
April X, a boy.
We are sorry to report the ill
ness of Harold, the little sou of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Slander.
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. August Panska, who has
been ill, is improving steadily.
Bruce, the little son of S. C.
Kei-kler, has been very ill with
congesiive cuius, tun is improv
Henry Ultima s two children
were taken suddenly ill one day!
last week and the local physician
in attendance reported that it was
probably caused by eating brick
James Slander has added to his
extensive real estate holdings by
purchasing the little collage on
Maple street, just, south of the
Ellis properly. He is havi.'g it
painted and papered, and when
Ibis is finished, it will be occupied
by Mrs. Lester Slander and family.
James I'ngrim lost a line horse
last week, having left the team
standing hitched to a plow. They
became frightened and ran away,
one horse being so badly injured
that it died soon afterwards. Jim
has our sympathy as the horse
was a valuable one.
There is a splendid opening in
Louisville for a jewelery store and
repair . shop. Mr. Hoover was
compelled to retire from business
on account of failing health, leav
ing Louisville without a jeweler.
A good, reliable jeweler will find
a splendid opening here, but if
you are a "tinker" you need not
waste any time in coming for you
will not fill the bill.
From Wednesday's Dally
S. O. Pitman was up from Mur
ray yesterday looking after some
matters of business for a short
W. 11. Seyberl of Cullom was in
the city yesterday afternoon look
ing after some trading with the
Glen Boedeker of Murray, the
genial cashier of the bank in Ihat
city, was a visitor here for a few
hours yesterday afternoon.
County Assessor W. R. Bryan
departed yesterday for the county,
where he will visit the different
assessors for a short time.
Henry Sass and two little
daughters, of Louisville, were
visitors in this city yesterday and
were pleasant callers at this
Mrs. J. N. Wise of Omaha spent
Sunday in this city. Her many
friends were well pleased to have
her wilh I hem again and to see
her looking so well.
Henry Tarlsch and wife and
Charles Thornbeig and wife, of
Sioux City, arrived last evening to
visit their parents, August
Tartsch and wife.
Dean K. A. Baruelt of the Stale
Agricultural college, at Presby
terian church Friday evening at 8
o'clock. Luncheon, music and ad
dress. Call up Rev. Loriinei or
Carl Schmidt maun about it.
Rev. J. Huebener of the Luth
eran church of Einht Mile Grove,
departed this morning for Golh
enlierg, Neb., where In; will attend
the conference of the Lutheran
church which is being held in
that city. He will lie absent for
about a week.
UTILE MABEL HOWARD CEL
EBRATES HER 7TH BIRTHDAY
A very delightful and much en
joyed birthday parly occurred
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Howard, near Mynartl,
the occasion being the seventh
birthday anniversary of their lit
tle daughter, Mabel. The little
folks enjoyed themselves as only
is possible lo those of tender
years, and the parly will long be
remembered by the children. At
uie dinner laiue, which was
spread wilh dainties, there were
only two adults allowed being
Grandpa and Grandma Warner
and to Grandpa Charles Warner
fell (he task of assigning the
partners for the feast. The only
young man fortunate enough to
secure two young ladies for part
ners at dinner was Master Charles
Howard. The little folks present
were: Wallace, Helen and Nellie
Warner, Leonard and Devera
Born, (ilea Wetenkanip, Daisy
Shaw of Omaha, Ellen Wiles of
Weeping Water, and Charles
IMPROVING THE CITY HALL
WITH A GOAT OF PAINT
A PAIR HOUSE GREETS THE
! Republican. J
Mrs. Charles Hansen and
daughter left Wednesday morning
for Wausa, Neb., lo spend some
lime wilh her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Beckuer.
R. D. McNurlin loaded his
house-mov ing tools Wednesday
and shipped to Berlin to straight
en up some of (he wrecked build
ings that were not entirely de
molished. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hillard, who
live three and one-half miles
southwest of town, mourn the
loss of an infant son, born April
.'I, who died after a few days of
suffering with convulsions.
Fred H. Speck has moved wilh
Jlhis family into the G. W. Vosa
I- ELMWOOD. v
J Leader-Echo. !
J. F. Hoover had a car of cat lie
and hogs on the South Omaha
Mrs. F. L. Woleolt enjoyed a
visit Sunday from her friend, Miss
Verna Whisler, of Lincoln.
Mrs. L. K. Peitlcrnian is having
her house improved by the addi
tion of a nice new front porch.
Charles Ferguson returned the
llrst of Hit; week from Texas, lie
says his parents, who have spent
the winter there, will be back in
a short lime.
Mrs. F. W. Robb ami daughter
Jane, who have been visiting with
relatives and friends here for I lie
past two months, started for iheii
home at Billings, Montana, Fri
William Bornemeier and wif
and Mr. and Mrs. Reinharl Pans
ka motored to Berlin Sunday in
the former's car lo attend the
funeral of Mrs. Nulzman, one of
the tornado victims, who finally
succumbed to her terrible in
Sid West departed Saturday
with a wagon load of goods over
land for North Bend, Neb., when
he will make his home with his
daughter, Mrs. Charles Melvin
Mr. West had resided in Elmw I
for a number of years and ha
many friends here, who deeply re
gret his leave-taking. The lies
wishes of all go with him.
George Campbell and wife o
Crinnell, Iowa, are paying an ex
tended visit, at the hoim of the
hitler's sister. Mr. D. Bnskirk
Mr. and Mrs. Chaplain have ju
recently hecu to Oklahoma, in
which stale I hey visited for a linn
wilh relatives there. They jj
from here to Soul h Bend to v is
another sister of Mrs. Chaplain
Mrs. Louis Buskirk.
The Plat I smooth Players' club,
accompanied by a large number
of friends, departed last evening
on a special train over the Mis
souri ' Pacific for Nebraska City,
where they presented the opera,
rinress Chrysanthemum," at
is Overland theater to a large
uidience, which was very well
deaseil with the manner in which
the company gave the tuneful lil-
e show. The Commercial club
of Nebraska Oily entertained the
visitors with an automobile ride
through their beautiful city, and
their courtesy was very much ap-
ecialed it v the visitors from
is city, and should an oppor
tunity be presented we should en
deavor lo ! how l lie Nebraska (uly
people the same delightful hos
pitality. The special train re
turned immediately after the show
and the voting people, reached
mne al an early hour, feeling
Ihat they had had a very enjoyable
lime. The arrangements had been
made bv the Nebraska City Com
mercial club, and the proceeds
will lie given to (,o. M, National
For rheumatism you will liiul
nothing belter than Chamberlain's
Liniment. Try it, and see how
(piiekly it gives relief. For al
by F. G. Fl'icke & Co.
The signs which for years have
decorated Ihe side of the building
now owned by the city and used
as a city hall will soon he num
bered among Ihe things of the
past, as the council has decided
to have the building painted and
the home of the city government,
placed in a respectable condition
and not be longer the object of
remark by the tobacco and other
signs painted on the exterior of
the building. This building is
located at one of Ihe most prom
inent places in the city, fronting
the beautiful government build
ing', and should present as good
an appearance as possible to the
visitors to the city, and the action
of the city ollleials in making this
change is to be commended as
showing Ihe proper spirit of progress.
Mall ami Jack Jinuisek
parted last evening on No.
Chicago, where they will visit
several days and lake in
George P. Meisinger, Ihe as
sessor for Fight Mile Grove pre
cinct, was in the city today at
tending lo business mailers.
E. O. Lyman departed this
morning on No. 15 for Helena,
Mont., where he will engage in
business. His wife and Miss Clam
Young' accompanied him to this
cilv from the farm near Murray.
Peter Madsen and wife were
passengers this morning for Ihe
metropolis, where they visiled for
the day with friends and looked
after some matters of business.
Henry II. Tarlsch of Sioux City,
who was here assisting in the
celebration of tint golden wedding
of his parents, August Tartiseh
ami wife, departed last evening
over the Missouri Pacific for his
Mike Meisinger drove in ye.-der-day
from his farm, west of the
city, and attended to some trad
ing wilh the merchants for a
Mrs. J. II. Teeganleii and little
child, of Brock, Neb., arrived ves
lenlay and will visit for a short
time at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Smith.
looks of hi
in h improving the
residence on West
bv having a new
porch built on I he uorl h side. I..
C. Larson, the contractor, is do
ing I he work.
Coughs and Consumption.
'Coughs and couds, when ne
glected, always lead to serious
trouble of the lungs. The wisest
thing lo do when you have n cold
that troubles you is to get a bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery.
You will get relief from the first
dose, and finally the cough will
disappear. O. II. Brown, of Mus
cadine, Ala., writes: "My wife was
down in bed wilh an obstinate
cough, and I honestly believe had
it not been for Dr. King New Dis
covery, she would not be living to
day." Known for forty three years
as the best remedy for coughs and
colds. Price 50c and $ 1 .00. Re
commended by Ed Rynott & Co.
Commercial Club meets third
Thursday evening of each month.
An c ff'ctivp,piiin rolieving plaster eoutnin
feig Mputhnl. Brings welcome relief ia
iiiimliiigo, HheiinuitiHin, Sciatica and other
painful affection. Yard roll $1.00; also
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roei'ipt, of price, ruvlt A I.wrnc Co., New
York. Samplfi mailed upon requent, 6c. aiatit.
nn excellent remedy for
C'oufjhs, Croup, Asthma,
1 liionchllls, and such
, complaints. Keep it by
you lor ins emergency.
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