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NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1908.
Criley, photographer, Auburn
The Christian church has been
The latest improved washing
machines at E. B. 'a.
Nat Titus is loading a car of
apples, which he will ship to Iowa
Buy Rugs at Rain
ey's. Walter Hadlock went to Phelps,
Mo., Saturday returning Mon
day. Miss Lizzie O'Haraof Brook-
lik, Iowa, is visiting
An immense tabernacle has
been built in Auburn in which
union services are being held.
MissBowen, assistant princi
pal of our schools, was sick with
the grip several days last week.
Let us figure your lumber bills.
A large stock on hand, and would
make the prices right. E. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Fisher of
Peru visited their brother, T. I.
Fisher, from Saturday until Mon
day. Miss Alice Peabody, who has
been visiting her sister at Stella
for six weeks, returned home
Pure Michigan salt in 25c, 70c
and $1.00 bags, also in barrels.
We have plenty of rock salt.
E. B. Lumber Co.
and Mrs. H. T. Minick,
wno nave wen visiting irrciiuo
in Oklahoma, returned home
Thursday of last week.
The ,W. C. T. U. will meet this
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Elmer E. Allen. All members
are requested to be present.
James O'Hara returned from
' Shubert Wednesday, where he
was called by the sickness of his
mother, Mrs. Harvey Harmon.
Kindig & Peabody write cy
clone, tornado and windstorm
insurance at lowest rates. Loan
negotiated at lowest rates.
Mativ of the schools were
closed 'from Tuesday evening of
this week until next Monday to
enable the teachers to attend the
state teachers association.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kindig,
Misses Bowen. Bunn and Bellas
went to Lincoln Wednesday
morning to attend' the- meeting
of the state teachers association.
Mrs. Jesse Shorttedge of Or
eeon City, Oregon, has been vis
iting old friends in Nemaha for
several days. She was the guest
of Mrs. George Yackley Monday
A splendid program has been
arranged for the county Sunday
school association to be held at
Brock Wednesday and Thursday
of next week. All Sunday schoo
workers are invited to be pres
John Stephenson had his nose
badly mashed Saturday and had
to get Dr. Frazier to straighten
it out. He was coming out of
the barn when hi3 toe caught and
he fell forward striking his nose
on a box. It rather spoiled his
good looks for a few days.
Mrs. John H. Knapp, who has
been very sick, is getting some
Cold spell earning. Buy your
stoves now. A nice line at E.
B. Lumber Co.
Miss Ethel Sherwood came in
from Auburn Sunday, returning
the next forenoon.
W. F. Sanders came up from
Verdon Sunday and spent the
day with his father and sister.
Rev. J. W. Sapp will begin a
series of meetings at the Chris
tian church Sunday evening.
E. Rothentnal willship several
cars of apples to Omaha, this
week, frcm Nemaha and Shu-
Get your face laundried at the
David C. Holmes,
Buy Rugs at JEtain-
Mrs. Ben Parker and four
children came in. from Auburn
Tuesday and are visiting Mrs.
arker's mother, Mrs. J. B.
Geo. D. Carrington and W. H.
Cooper of Auburn were in Ne
maha Monday forenoon urging
our republicans to vote the ticket
Mrs. W. F. Sanders of Verdon
stopped in Nemaha between
twOi. Frtiay'foreinrlpi'ng on
to DeWittto visit her parents for
a week or two.
The county option advocates
invaded Nemaha Monday fore
noon, coming in three automo
biles. Short addresses were
made by candidates Fraser,
Weaverling and Rev. Lomax.
W. W. Sanders,' C. A. Curtis,
Mrs. Fannie Yackley and Mrs.
Adelia Curtis were elected dele
gates from the Methodist Sunday
school to the county Sunday
school convention at Brock, to be
held next week.
Lumber, Lath and Shingles
Wo can furnish good No. 1 Lumber
from $6.00 to; $9.00 per M feet; good
Lath at $2.00 M; Extra Star A Star
Cedar Shingles at $1.75 per M, f. o. b.
For deliyered prices write the W. B.
Parker Lumber Co., 201 First National
Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Mrs. Shallenberger, living near
Humboldt, drove over to Nemaha
Wednesday to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Knapp. She
drove a team of Shetland ponies
to a road wagon. The team
weighsonly 650 pounds. They
attracted attention all along the
route, especially from the child
ren. A "Sane" Hallowe'en
The village board of trustees
appointed Von Farson and Josh
Matney special police for Satur
day night, and there was noth
ing doing by the boys. This
was the proper thing to do, and
those who have had considera
ble trouble in the past in right
ing out-houses, replacing side
walk?, hunting up misplaced
property, etc., feel under obliga
tions to the trustees, although
they were only doing thoir duty.
more' talk in
Thtre was more:' talk in Ne
maha on the countyjoption ques
tion than on nationaffpolitics. The
following is the is the vote in
detail. The first name is the re
publican candidate, the second
the democratic and the third pro
hibition: President-Taff 112, Bryan 99,
Governor Sheldon 112, Sbal
lenbargbr 99, Teeter 6.
Lieutenant Governor Hope
well 115, Garrett 99, Linch 6.
Secretary of State Junkin
110, Gatewood 102, Hockenber
ger 6, Aberly, socialist, 1.
Auditor-Barton 114, Price 104.
Treasurer Brian 113, Mackey
Superintendent Bishop 112,
Abbott 105, Schell, socialist, 3.
Attorney General Thompson
112, Fleharty 108, Frazey, so
Land Commissioner Cowles
116, Eastham 99, Thompson 4.
Railway Commissioner Wil
liams 114, Cowgill 104. .
Congressman 'Pollard 113,
Maguire 105. t
State Senator Majors 81,Dun-
59, Boyd 45, Hector 65, Skeen
82, Graves 5, Fraser 88, Weaver
Float Representative Smith
120, Pool 100.
County Attorney Rutledge
122, Lambert 95.
County Commissioner P6hl
man 95, Casey 1S1-. v
Road Overaeer Colerick 39,
A total of 223 votes were cast.
We can save you money on
hard coal burners.' Come and
see ours before buying.
Miss Ruth Montgomery went
to Syracuse Saturday to visit
friends and be with her mother,
Mrs. L. Morrison, who is receiv
ing medical treatment at that
If your feet are sick, cure them
with a pair of Red Cross shoes.
Earle Gilbert carries a fine line
We believe the. best arranged
and most convenient house we
have ever been in is the cottage
erected by C. H. Kindig. There
are six rooms and in addition a
bath room, pantry, closets, a big
basement well lighted, and two
large mantels, the back porch
being enclosed with screen wire.
The front porch extends oh three
sides of the parlor, in a circular
form. In the basement is a
small room made cyclone proof.
The carpenters work is not ex-
celled by any work in the coun
try. The house was plankjed by
Mr. and Mrs. Kindig with a view
to making a comfortable and
convenient home, and they cer
tainly succeeded in their plans.
The house completed will cost
about $2,300, but this does not
include much work done by Mr.
Kindig. Only the very best ma
terial has been used throughout.
Dr. Snoop's Health Coffee is created
from pure parched grains, malt, nuts,
etc no real coffee in it. Fino flavor
id made in a4mlnuto. No 20 or 50 mln
utea belling. Samplo free. At dealers.
Cottonwood lumber for sale by
A. J. Strain.
We have a complete stock of Goods
for Fall and Winter
Our prices are the
We would be glad to have you call
and inspect our lines.
BRING IN YOUR PRODUCE, BUTTER, ECGS AND CHICKENS
JN0. W. RITCHEY.
Both phones 20.
Mrs. Gillan, wife of ex-Mayor
Gillan, died at her home in Au
burn Friday, after an illness, of
several months. She had lived
in Auburn nearly a quarter of a
Rev. John Morrison, father of
Rev, Leander Morrison of Ne
maha, died at 2:45 Thursday
afternoon, at the home of a
daughter in Denver, where he
has been living. His remains
were brought to Smith Center,
Kas,, for burial, the funeral tak
ing place Sunday. Rev. L. Mor
rison went to Smith Center last
Saturday to attend the funeral.
The deceased was 80 years old
last Christmas. Until compelled
by the infirmatives of age to
retire he was a minister in the
United Brethren church, and was
instrumental in building twenty-
two churches and making a net
gain in membership of at least
1800 members during his years
Base Burners, Soft Coal and Wood
Stoves, Ranges, Cook Stoyee, all kinds
EDWARDS-BRADFORD LUMBER CO,
lowest quality cbn-
Freak Election Bets.
Nertolu had her share of freak
Curft Brown guessed wrong on
the result in Nebraska, and
thereforu will wheel Dr. Frazier
from the Quiller store building
to the livery barn, and back.
Dr. Frazier let his enthusiasm
for Bryan bias his judgment on
the national election and will
therefore wheel Hank Barker
over the same road as above.
George Hartwig is to whee
Frank Titus from the postoffice
to the corner of the Titus farm,
three-quarters of a mile west,
and return. George was too sure
Bryan would be elected.
Jimmy Stephenson was so sure
that Taf t would carry Nebraska
that he offered to stand on his
head in front of the postoffice if
the result was otherwise, and
will not back out.
All these bets are to be paid
Hard Coal and different
varieties of Soft Coal.