ant Superintendent. After a few months here he
returned to University Place, where he practiced
medicine, until he was appointed Superintendent of the
Lincoln Insane Hospital by Governor Dietrich, in 1901. He
is a member of the Republican party.
ALBERT D. GILMORE is an abstracter and real estate
dealer of Auburn, Nebraska. His present residence is at
Lincoln, where he is Steward of the Hospital for the
Insane, having been there since May of 1901. He served
two years also during Governor Crounse's administration.
He was born July 26, 1863, at Greencastle, Indiana, from
which place he came to Nebraska in 1868. He married
Elizabeth C. Curtis in 1889, and they have a son of nine
years. He was Deputy Treasurer of Nemaha County for four
years and Clerk of the District Court for six years,
having been elected on the Republican ticket.
removed from his birthplace, Peoria, Illinois, to Clay
County, Nebraska, in 1883. After finishing the common
schools of Peoria, he became a graduate of Cole's
Business College of that place. He taught several terms
of school while in Illinois. In Clay County he held the
position of Recorder in the County Clerk's office during
four years. In 1899 he was nominated for County Clerk on
the Republican ticket, but was beaten by the Fusion
candidate. February 15, 1901, he was appointed Steward of
the Penitentiary, which position he filled until his
appointment as Deputy Warden, July 1, 1903.
A. D. BEEMER was a soldier, having served in the
Eleventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company K, during a period
of four years. He was born in December of 1842 at
Stranton, Pennsylvania. In 1868 he came to Nebraska and
settled at West Point, where he engaged in real estate,
hotel and live stock business. He served as Sheriff of
Cuming County for six years. In 1873 he was married to
Belle Akerley. They have one child. He left West Point in
1886 and on his own land laid out the town which now
bears his name. He founded the Beemer State Bank, of
which he has been Director and President for fifteen
years. Some years ago he served for two and one-half
years as Warden of the State Penitentiary. He has filled
this same office for two years past, being in his second
term. Mr. Beemer is a member of the Knights Templars and
SARAH B. SOHUS
was born May 20, 1853, in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, where she
received her education in the high school, and taught for
five years before her marriage to Frank N. Sohus, in
1879. Her parents both came from Scotland, and her father
was an expert accountant. Mrs. Sohus came to Nebraska
June 28, 1880. She is serving her second term as
Superintendent of the Home for the Friendless, having
been appointed by Governor Dietrich.
E. M. BAUMAN was
born October 27, 1881, at West Point, Nebraska, which is
his present residence. His parents, Otto and Lena Bauman,
came from Germany. His father is a merchant and banker.
He attended West Point High School and afterward was a
student at the Nebraska State University for two years.
He spent one year in the Gem City Business College, at
Quincy, Illinois. He is at present Steward of the State
Penitentiary, having served in that capacity since
February 15, 1903.
H. M. FLORY was
born September 18, 1865, in Keokuk County, Iowa, where he