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VOL. LI 1 NO. 1L NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUG. 2, 1907 Dr.Bourno fita gla3333. ' So. Auburn Oil cake for sale by W. F. Keeling. Theo. Hill of Shubert visited Nemaha friends Monday. Ruby harvester oil the best" for sale by W. F. Keeling. We sell carpet and linoleum. E. & B. Lbr. Co. ! Mrs. Elmer E. Allen returned from Syracuse, Nebr., last Fri day. Miss Marie Scott went to Au burn Saturday, returning Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smiley came up from Falls City Thurs day morning. Mrs. Andrew of Brownville was the guest of Mrs. G. W. Ayers Tuesday. Mrs. C. W. Roberts and Miss Lockie returned from .Kansas City Wednesday. Miss Rose Burns of Shubert is visiting Nemaha friends. She came Wednesday. John W. Colerick is marketing the finest new potatoes we have seen this summer. Miss Merle Shephard of Omaha is the guest of Mrs. Frank Dress ier. She came Saturday. Miss Belle Galloway of Auburn came in Wednesday and is the .guest of Miss Maude Burns. Mrs. J. W. Ritchey went to Brownville Wednesday evening, returning the next forenoon. Still have a few set of harness left, will sell cheap. E. & B. Lbr. Co. M. T. Hill and Bertie drove up from Shubert Tuesday to visit friends and see a good town. Miss Norah Burson went to Shubert Friday evening, return ing to Nemaha Wednesday morn ing. The rural carriers are making their full routes this week, for the first time since the heavy rains. Miss Elizabeth Hawxby, who has been attending summer school at Chicago, returned home Monday. Joe Titus went to Syracuse Saturday to visit his brother, A.' R. Titus, returning Tuesday evening. C. H. Kindig, who has been at Redfield, South Dakota, for a few days, returned home Tuesday evening. Carl Bennett has rented the house west of N. C, Jarvis' store building and will move in in a few days. Miss Mae McKinney of Wy more, who has been visiting Mrs. Harry Hoover, returned home Thursday. Mrs. Mattie Suter of Omaha came down Tuesday evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry CJlark. Misses Edith and Lala Hill came up from Shubert Thursday morn ing to visit their grandmother until after the picnic. Mrs. A. G. Warren was called to Central City, Iowa, a few days ago by the serious illness of a daughter, and Al is baching while she is gone. He lives mostly on crackers and cheese Mr, and Mrs. Leo SLawhon came in from Aujburn Wednesday afternoon and are visiting Mrs. Chas. C. Clark. Mrs. John Mi n ick and children drove down from their home near Dunbar Tuesday and will remain until after the picnic. Miss Dillie Webber of Auburn returned home Wednesday after a few days' visit; at the home of her brother, John T. Webber. Dan Bennett has bought of Mrs. Theo. Hill the lot and small house north of Mrs. Seymour Howe's, and will soon move in. Ed L. Paris and family of Long Island, Kansas, arrived in Nema ha Thursday afternoon to visit old friends and attend the picnic. Mrs. F. L. Woodward and Marie, who have been visiting at Kansas City for the past three weeks, returned home last Fri day. We understand Lane Whitten and Miss Inez Chandler, both residents of Aspinwall precinct, were married at Falls City Mon day. John I. Dressier went to Miss ouri Monday to look after a law suit over some land in which he is interested. He returned Wed nesday. Mrs. John W. Skeen and Mrs. F. K. Skeen of Orel, Nebr., ar rived in Nemaha Tuesday, to visit relatives and friends and take in the picnic. Lemeul Stillwell, living in cen tral K Iowa, arrived in Nemaha Thursday on a visit to his broth er, Chas. Stillwell, whom he has not seen for twenty years. jf 444444444 44444 ! r SPECIALS J I J Our Clearing Sale is now in progress $ Call in and see the many bargains that J I we have for you in Summer Goods k jL $ Good Lawn at - - 9, 5J and 4J cent per yard Ladies' White Ganvat Slipper, regular $1.50 and $1.35, at ------ now 98c J Misses' White Canvas Slipper, size 12 to 2, reg- J ular$1.25, - - - - - - now 80c J $ Child's White Canvas Slipper, 8' to 12 - - 69c 2 Child's White Canvas Slipper, 6 to 8, Ladies' Wrapper, regular 85c Persian Lawn in white, regular 25c, Persian Lawn in white, regular 20c, . t Both Phones No. 20 it 59c i M. now 55c J . now 13c now 11c J1TO. W. RITCHEV NEMAHA, NEB. Miss Elsie Hartwig, who has been visiting her brother, Geo. Hartwig, for the past three weeks, returned to her home at Bancroft, Nebr., Monday. Mrs. Alice A. Minick of Brown ville and Miss Alice Hitte of Shenandoah, Iowa, who has been visiting her for several days, drove down to Nemaha Monday. Mrs. Alice West of Garnett, Kansas, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. F. L. Woodward and Mrs; Geo. Yackly. This is Mrs. West's first visit to Nemaha since she left here twenty-two years ago. She came last Friday. Fred Seabury has rented a house in Peru, near the normal building, and will move there probably next week. Misses Opal and Bea will attend the normal. E. E. Moore a few days ago sold a fine young Jersey red sow to 0. P. Dovel & Son of Auburn. The price was $40. Ed has some fine stock and his prices are reasonable. Harry Baldwin, Ned Crother, Rolla Mortori and Willie Kerker who are working with the Bur- lintrton fpnp.e rano". nnmpnnfrnm C3 O 0 1 - X- w - - . , Humboldt Thursday morning, te stay until Monday. Great Closing Out Sale A Saving of from 33! to 50 per cent on Men's, Youths and Boys Clothing, Genuine Closing Out Sale of the stock, of merchandise the Vanderslice lb u II cU rig still continues, though the auction part has been postponed Indefinitely. A saving of from 50c to $1.00 a pair on Men's 31ioe& A big lot of Ladies' and Children's Oxfords at just one-halt the former price Tlie Laraest Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, and Groceries in Nemaha is now on the market at unheard-of prices. Are you getting your share of the many bargains? If not, why not? This opportunity of purchasing good reliable merchandise at less than the wholesale price does not present itself every day. You will pay from one-half to double the price on a great many articles of useful merchandise after this sale is over. A big cut in Men's Youths' and Boys' HATS A few Summer Caps at just 1-2 ,'' ' fprmer price It is a business proposition for you, making you a bigger per cent on your mney than you can possibly get other wise. H. A. XTOBLE & CO., INEMAHA, NEBR, Cf W, Sturgeon, Manager. Highest Market Price paid for Butter, Eggs and Chickens, in Merchant dise at lower prices than any one dare make.