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turrana VOL. LI NO. 20 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. 12, 1906 x k k k 4 k k k tV Ifr. nsT weather! Calls for more blankkets, underwear, mittens, mufflers, caps, etc. You'll find them in all qualities and prices at THE NEW STORE More Skirts for ladies See our north window for 10c. Bargains, NEMAHA, INeA Real! and Winter Everything we have is of the NEWEST STYLE IND SHRE Call and inspect the new styles Dry, dusty and windy. Mrs. Julia to Auburn. Frazior is moving Ed Parriott of Peru was in Ne maha Tuesday. P. G. Swan Beatrice Friday. returned from Throe weeks from next Tues day lis election day. Almost time for buckwheat cakes and maple syrup. Maud White went to Auburn Monday to stay for awhile. Glendyn Crother made a bus iness trip to Auburn Saturday. 11 kinds of household furni ture at Edwards & Bradfor'd Lbr Co, Will F. Sanders came in from DeWitt Saturday and visited until Monday. F. L. Woodward and wife and Mrs. Geo. Yackley returned from Kansas City Monday. Joe Smith has been appointed section boss at V erdon and moved down Monday evening. Miss Dora Clark returned home last Saturday after nearly two weeks' visit in Omaha. We understand Joe Bunger and wife of Peru are rejoicing over the birth of a fine boy. Rock salt and barrel salt for sale by Edwards & Bradford Lbr Co. Mrs. J. E. Crother and little daughter, Kathryn Millicent, re turned home Saturday after a week's visit with relatives and friends in Auburn. Mrs. Croth er' s mother, Mrs. J. B. Hoover, came home with them. . and misses just received. amass NEBRASKA 5U -k. I'LU'I" Mrs. Levi Hines, mother of Mrs Stephen Cooper, died at her home at Custer City, Oklahoma, Oct. 3. A. Pounds of Womer, Kansas, bought a car of apples last week, at this point, shipping them to Inayale, Nebr. Miss Kate Thompson left for Strang, Nebr., Tuesday and from there expects to go to Lincoln about Sunday. Mrs. Theo. Ginn of Auburn has bought the life interest of her mother, Mrs. Sarah E. Fuller, in the Fuller farm. Mrs John B. Seid of Auburn returned home Tuesday after a few days' visit with NemahaSrel- ; atives and friends. John M. Clark shipped a car load of apples to his brother, James H. Clark at Smith Center, Kansas, this week. Ben Parker, wife and Helen and Pauline were the guests of Mrs. Parker's mother, Mrs. J. B. Berger. Monday and Tuesday forenoon. Miss Ruth Worden, who has been visiting in Nemaha for some time, started for her home in Kalamazoo, Mich., Wednesday afternoon. R. J. Tussey of DeWitt came in to Nemaha Saturday to visit his relatives. He is a rural mail carrier and is enjoying his fifteen days' layoff. For a complete lino of Ranges, Cook stoves, Heaters, Go to Edwards .& Bradford Lbr Co. Frank Dressier visited his brother, Willard Dressier, and "nAlln I"l?mr1u O Vttr Or.,r. lnr.t-1 week, returning home Saturday. Sol Davis, who has been buy ing and shipping apples, left here last Saturday, going over to Howe, and from there to Hia watha, Kansas'. We understand that 0. L. Minick did not- get the farm in Kansas for which he bargained some time ago, and therefore will probably remain here. Mrs. Ann Maxwell and her granddaughter, Miss Maggie Hacker, returned home Saturday morning from western Kansas, where they have been visiting relatives. Mrs. Lund and son, Ben San ders, came to Nemaha Tuesday to visit friends and lool after their property. The Lunds have been living in Omaha since leav ing here. ' 1 David Hoover and wife, who have been visiting R. I. Brown and family for some time, started for their home at Roseville, Ohio, Thursday. Mrh. Hoover and Mrs. Brown are sisters. Cold weather struck us hard Wednesday morning. Ice on standing water was almost a quarter of an inch thick. At 6:30 the thermometer was 24 degrees above zero. C. H. Kindig started for Al berta, Canada, Monday, to show the country to some prospective buyers, but changed his mind after he got to Lincoln and will not go till next week. Frank Scott and wife, Mrs. Delia Brunty and children and Miss Zelma Blaine of Pawnee county arrived in Nemaha Tues day on a visit to R. I. Brown and family. They expect to return Saturday. August Quiller and Harry Hoover, who have been on a hunting expedition near Ord, Nebr., returned home Wednes day evening. They say they got some prairie chickens but found them very wild. E. A. Howe and wife, who have been visiting in Oklahoma, came home last Saturday. Am brose has concluded that Oklaho ma is good enough for him and will probably buy a farm and move down there. The candidates on the republi can county ticket will hold a meeting at Champion schoo, house Friday night of this week. It is hoped there will be a good turn-out to listen to what these candidates have to say. Frank Henderson, an old-time Nemaha boy but who has been living in Smith county, Kansas, for many years, was shaking hands with his many friends Wednesday. Frank looks very natural and is the same old Frank. Miss Kosa u. Gooner, who is well known to many of our citi zens throngh her frequent visits here as representative of the Viavi Co. of Omaha was married Sept. 25 to Hugh Norton, agent of the M. P. at Brock for the past fifteen years. k k k k k k k k k A? k k k k k k k k k k k k k NEW GOODS Our big stock of new Fall and Winter Goods is arriving. We have taken great pains to get only the best and most at tractive goods at the prices asked Our price will be as low as you will lind these goods sold for any where. Come in and look at our new stocks of goods for cold weather. JNO. W. RITCHEY k Phone 20 Make wash day a ploasuro by using tho ono minute washing machine, for sale by Edwards & Bradford Lbr Co. Work was bogun Thursday on tho foundation for the Mothodist parsonage, A stone mason from Nebraska City is doing tho work. Joe Littroll wont toGlon Rock Wednesday to cook for Nat Titus's gang of, applo pickers and help barrel apples. Ho is very lame yet from his injured foot but is gotting bettor. The walk to the depot is in very bad condition. Thero are many broken places and nearly all the walk is apparently about to collapse. It is nearly as bad as some ol the Auburn walks. MMi-v irillii f.n InIn j-k n 1 it repaired at once. Traveling men who come to Nemaha after an absence of a year or two are surprised at tho stocks carried equal to those carried in much larger places, both as to quantity and quality. appreciation of our people, Now it is said there is a amy man in this vicinity. He called at Dan Maxwell's Wednesday morning and asked for some thing to eat, but before they got it ready for him ho started up the road on a run, He called at Ed Maxwell's and wont through about the same performance, and had previously visited Wm, Hawxby's in the same way. Ray Clark and Claud Maxwell met him on tho road and ho was talking to himself and laughing. He was on tho road to Nemaha. Wo have not hoard of his putting in an appearance here. Neat photos in southoudturu Nobr atCriley'a. , So. Auburn. Did you soe thoBe dollar watcliea at Kceliiie'a? Tlioy'ro all right. Sea It. 12. Hneher for the Queon incubator and brooder, Tho prices ar rlf-ht. Tho Beatrico Creamery Co. will pay 0 centa per pou ndof butter tat ioi hand separator cream, delivered in Ne malm. Separator sold on easy terms 11, 12, Huoiiuh, Agent. 4.j. NEMAA, NEBR. Dr. Bourne lltn glasses. So. Auburn. The editor had his crop of potatoes plowed out Saturday and picked them up himself. They were so big and so many of them that he sprained his wrists picking them up and carrying them to the house. If you don't believe it he can show you his wrists. There has been a good demand this week for heating stoves, and the wail and bad language heard is caused because the stove pipe don't fit together. The man that will invent stove pipe that will go together without trouble will be blessed by a long-suffering people and will reap a fortune. A letter received by Mrs. Gertie Galbraith Monday gives the news of the marriage "of Claud D. Scovill to Miss Louisa Kienitz. Claud is now working for the Bell Telephone Co- at Anaconda, Montana. The bride is from Avoca, Wis, They were married Sept. 2G, at Red Lodge, Montana. Jim Scovill is also at Anaconda and sends regards to Nemaha friends. The Adver tiser joins with Claud's many friends in congratulations and best wishes. Flour and Feed A car load of Aurora Flour Bran, Shorts, Ground W heat, Cracked Corn, Corn Meal, Etc., Juat received by W. F. Keeling Farmers aro invited to call and get Special Prices on large sales Every sack of Hour guaranteed, Call and See