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title: 'The Nebraska advertiser. (Nemaha City, Neb.) 18??-1909, December 25, 1908, Image 1',
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I VOL. LII NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1908. m 29) I
i . Buy Drugs at Rainey's. mm m I
1 B 1 F. L. Woodward went to Oma- M I I
1 1 ha Tuesday morning, nilCTfYIQC I
seige of the grip, but is getting sw mmi "
some better. H
Miss Grace Peabody came in W H
from Beatrice Monday to spend IL I H
lAjijrnro tifiiAT9 the hoiidays at home' I
Hf HI'KFv WHul I C Miss Lucy Bowen went to Ne- I W&M .1 I
ffllLIILl film I I braska City Wednesday after- 1
noon to spend the holidays with mmmmmm mmmmimmmm mmmmammmmm I
her brother. 1 H
See the advertisement of Stark A J l i 1 H
Why Gilbert's beautiful display oc Bros- the cead nursery- And we are supplied with a good line of
It r J l men, for whom A. R. McCand-
less is agent. - - - I
Mrs. Ida Kite came down from 11 fl I I l H V l" II fl fl 0
HOLIDAY GOODS HULIBAT bUUIlA I
I Uncle Sam Stiers sold five m- ' I
crates of chickens to Earle Gil- I
, bert Tuesday. They were all L. I
Light Brahmas. j4$BHfevMt I
The Largest Variety and Most Beauti- came down from Peru Wednes- xyjjr mmmmm mm
r l rv l i.kt l day to spend Christmas with Mr. . I
nil Designs ever brough to Nemaha, and Mrs, i. n. cooper.
Mrs. A. A. Mclninch of St. Joe I
came up to Nemaha last Friday, ir . 1 1 rr . I
called here by the serious illness With CtiriStmaS Only a Week Ott, it IS
SOMETHING TO FIT EVERY PURSE to your interest to 5" ifb
warm blankets on your horses and take advantage of the complete line -1
w - -these chilly days. We have them. r
5. ( Edwards & Bradford. 0f Holiday Goods. M
I You will be delighted when you see them Wewis all our , 1
,..... .. friends and patrons HBfe ' jgr'w- "' ' '"J l
t- a --r t- -ntt lS n city- Mo- arrived in Nemaha JWtPI 41
EARLE GILBERT, rtTE: w T i
Woodward. ' " - M
BOTH PHONES. ' S. K. Anderson came in from w' .
Auburn Tuesday and assisted We Call yOUr attention tO OUr aSSOrt-
Wm. Filmer in invoicing the lat- . FV L JO Dl . 6
Nemaha, Nebraska. ter's stock of goods, returning to ment or Lnsnes,L,ups ana oaucers, r lates, m
Auburn Wednesday. p .y Q laivinaofl DLino
mM. .j A m. , , oerry oets, Japanese r lates, n.tc.
Mrs. A. R. Titus, who has '' ' r 7 ill
ilWMM MWIbeen visitlnff ma Natives M
w a-. aa . 4 a. avvxk -jwuAivxK ywsxfiiewijiv kfj for several weeks left for her I
I BANK OF NEM AHA I X Iowa' 0ur line of Tys Pleas! the littIe folks- I
y nemaha. Nebraska M The hog medicine sold by j. l. We have Fancy Boxes, including Glove II
j wm. c.vmpbell, Proa. P..E.:ALLEN,ivice.preP. 1 Curttright seemstodo the wk Handkerchief Boxes, Manicure 11
ELMER E. ALLEN, Cashier FRANK TITUS, An't Cnih for which it IS recommended, liaimilWVIUW UWAV iTlWUlUIC
p - judging from the testimonials of Q" . 17 a. 41
Capital, $5,000 , Surplus, $1,000 those who have used it. oeis, CA.Q. m
I with Ample Foc.Ht.es for handnng "I KSSiSn We have a nice line of Dressed Dolls ('-
Ju ro,ck?r- cou,or a seHat very reasonable prices. I
lH 'MfMMMM iS parlor chairs would be appropn- " $!
' ' ate E-B. Lumber Co. $0S HHRI 1
WINTER EXCURSIONS sS3s - - IHn 1
Nemaha Tuesday afternoon to &Mr KfiWMM
T AW D ATPC! sPend the holidays with Mrs. N mlm. .
JLU If lii I JJIO. B-'s Parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Winter Tourist Rates' Daily reduced rate excursions to Califor- r . , . , , A line of FailCV HandkercVlSpf ft ' i
nia, Old Mexico, Southern and Cuban Resorts. Rains's saw mill is now at W. U1. 1 y nanUKCrcnierS, J
Home Seekers Excursions: First and third Tuesdays of ench nJnui-.iv ua Qf Ladies and Gentlemens. -v-m
month to many points west, south and. southwest. proDamy De ac woik 101 some -
Personally Conducted Excursions to Florida: by Superintendent me. Parties haying logs they Takle Covm in grppn anrl Uwn ; I
of Public instruction of Nebraska, J. L. MoBrion, leaving want sawed into lumber can be uic VUVCrb in green ana DrOWn. '
Lincoln andOmaha December 19th. Write G. W. Bonnoll, C. accommodated by hauling them TTA XXI DITDUV " . : j
GovemmentTriatell Homesteads in the Bi5 Plorn Basin and t0 the m J JM U, V T . til 1 (jtJ ili I .
Yellowstone Valley; One of the last chances to secure good John H. Shackelford of Brown- JM
farms from the government at low prices. Go with Mr. D. ville was in Nemaha Tuesday. RnfU nUnnpc OA NPMAI4A : 'W
MMBHHB Clem Doaver on the next person ly conducted rr n u- i- i UOlIl pnOncS U. lNHilVlrl ' r. iM
WKHmHimi excursion, He will help you secure one of these Pe !? an old. soId,er and 13 aPn1 - rg
r iHllllimilllB farms. No charge for his services. Excur- mg for an increase of pension, llf - .
HnRKfMH sions firsfc tlntl ihird r-i,uosdttys- ani sot an aflidavit from Dr. w. We are prepared to make cloth cov- s"
jfiniHI O. D. SAMSEL, Ticket Agent. W. Frazier as to his present , . . , X
III L. W. WAKELY, G. P. A., Omaha, physical condition. jered buttons to match JTOUr goods. !