A son weighing eight pounds
was born Saturday morning,
March 2, 1907, to Mr. and Mrs.
Claud Scott. Dr. Andrews is
looking after the health of the
little fellow. -Stella Press.
The patrons of the Auourn
Telephone Co. and the Shubert
system now have free exchange
service between these two towns,
so patrons on either system can
talk to patrons on the other sys
tem without any toll charges.
Mrs. Elizabeth Murr of Brown
ville was in Nemaha last week
inquiring about the prospects of
bringing a Brownville home dra
matic troup here, and decided to
come, but F. L. Woodward 're
ceived a letter Monday saying
that on account of the sickness
of some of the actors it would be
impossible to put on the play
J. H. Seid, Alf B. Kinton and
George Fisher received a fine
Percheron stallion Tuesday even
ing. They recently went to Ar
lington, Nebr., and bought him
of Rhea Bros., paying $1,500 for
him. He is a fine specimen of a
horse, Ja dark bay with two
white feet, will be three years
old in June, and weighs 1,880
At a meeting of the board of
village trustees held Tuesday
night, March 12, 1907, J. H.
Littrell was elected marshal to
succeed W. G. Maxwell, who has
moved in the country. The clerk
was instructed to publish notice
of annual election. Marshall
Webb, Walter Hadlock and I. N.
Cooper were appointed judges of
election and W. W. Sanders and
W. W. Liebhart clerks.
Hannibal Bennett of Auburn
was a Nemaha visitor Thursday.
Miss Anna Knapp, who has
been visiting in Stella for several
days, returned home Thursday
W. W. Seid went to Leaven
worth, Kansas, Monday, as a
delegate from Olive camp No. 14
to a district meeting of Woodmen
of the World from Nebraska,
Kansas, South Dakota, and per
haps other states.
There were some disappointed
people in Nemaha Monday even
ing. Several came in from Aub
urn on the freight, expecting to
catch No. 127 for Shubert, Salem
and Falls City. They were told
at Auburn that 127 had orders to
wait for 114, the freight from
the west, which was abont two
and a half hours late, but when
they got to Nemaha they found
No. 127 had gone on. Agent
Glenn had received no orders to
hold the train.
Mrs. Oscar L. Minick came in
from Anburn last Saturday after
noon and visited her sister-in law,
Mrs. Elmer E. Allen, until even
ing, when she went to Salem on
train 127, Oscar came in on the
freight Monday night, expecting
to go south on 127, but the
freight was late and he missed
the other train, so he went to
Auburn the next morning and
down on the M. P. Mr. and Mrs.
Minick came up from Salem on
No. 128 Wednesday morning and
went to Auburn on 97.
Grandma Culp, mother of Mrs.
S. Yates, is probably the oldest
person in Nemaha county. Her
exact ace is not known, but as
near as can be calculated she will
be one hundred years old at her
npvf. hirfViflnv. SVia is nhlp t
The Nemaha school district I . nrmiru1 .f nrv hlli. .
gete over $800 of the money paid leak mentally Nemaha seems
to be a good place to live in if
long life is desired, as several of
in by the Burlington road on back
taxes. As the district is out of
debt, with possibly the exception Qur citizens have j-ved to be over I grant a leave of absence to Rev.
A meeting of the parsonage
building committee and the trust
ees of the Methodist church was
held Monday. The report of the
finance committee showed that
the parsonage had cost to date
in addition to all work and ma
terial donated, the sum of $1367.
63. Paid out, $1050.48. Balance
in bank, $21.77, leaving to be
raised the sum of $295.38.
There will be some other items
to pay spouting, remainder of
painting, etc, It is estimated
that about $350 will have to be
raised to pay present indebted
ness and complete the building.
The committee, the pastor, and
the members of the church in
general feel very grateful to those
who have assisted so generously
in the past, and make a final ap
peal for funds to complete the
payment. The house is a good
one, and would cost, sosay the
carpenters and those who have
had experience in building, at
least $1,800 if nothing had been
We hope those who can assist
will do so at once, as it is earn
estly desired to get all the money
raised not later than the tenth of
next month. Hand the money to
Mrs. Elmer E. Allen or Mrs. M.
A. Woodward, or leave at the
Prohibition for Oklahoma
Guthrie, Okla., March 12. In
the constitutional convention
yesterday the prohibition forces
won a final victory when the
provision submitting prohibition
separately to the people of the
new state at the first election
was adopted by a vote of 71 to j
13, and signed by President
Murray. Up to the last the local
option forces believed they could
break up the prohibition slate.
Following the announcement
of the vote the prohibitionists
cheered, and Delegate Riley
Copeland of Fairland moved to
IBROOD SOW SALE
SATURDAY, MARCH 23rd
of a small amount of outstanding
warrants lasueu una yeai,. w tinf?ton Thompson Paxton, and
will have a handsome surplus oni-, r, . wovn o11 mmt. Qn
hand. There is taiK ot putting
in a furnace something that is Rev. G. W. Ayers took the
needed. We believe no better 6:40 train for Nebraska City
use could be made of the money. Wednesday morning and there
crnf. nn fchfi M P train ann wpnt.
rriA i s-k vt t n t s 4 I
xne lonuwins aiiiiuimucmum, . t..,. fn aHfinti n ppf: nf
wasrecieved luesuaypy relatives the holiness association. But
when he stepped off the train he
90 years of age. Grandpa Hun- bweet, m charge ot prom
bition lobby headquarters for the
Anti-saloon League. It carried
with a shout.
Notice of Village Election
Notice is hereby given that on
Tuesday, April 2, 1907, the an
nual election for the village of
Nemaha City, Nebraska, will be
held, at which time three (3)
trustees will be elected for the
term of two (2) years. The polls
will be open from 9 o'clock a, m.
until 7 o'clock p. m., at The
M. W. Knapp, Chm.
Elmer E. Allen, Clerk.
met another minister who in
formed him the meeting had
been called off, so he went on to
AUburn, and then took the after
noon Burlington train for Nema
ha. Bro. Ayers says he likes to
travel occasionally but doesn't
care about running around this
time of the year just to see the
Married At the court house,
in Auburn, Tuesday, March lz,
and a few intimate friends of the
Elias Allan Hester Cora
Mabel Haith Married March
twelfth, nineteen hundred and
seven, Weatherford, Oklahoma.
At home after March fourteenth,
We extend congratulations and
best wishes to Mr. and Mrs.
J, E. Gibney, principal of the
Nemaha high schools, received a
telephone message Friday even- 1907 by County Judge McCarty,
mg that ms orotner was aeaa. Mr. Emerv C. Howe of Nemaha
He drove over to Auburn to take ana Miss Geneva West of Brown
the M. P. train for Elkhorn, vjue
Nebr., his home. Miss Lillian There have been frequent
Neal taught in his department rumors of the marriage of these
Monday, Miss Grace Jarvis tak- popular young people, but after
ing her place in the primary all the wedding was a surprise to
department. Tuesday Prof. R. all except a few of their most
R. McGee came down from Peru intimate friends.
and will probably teach until Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Howe will go to
Gibney returns. housekeeping on a farm owned
Letters from John M. Butler bJ he fatl?r f the bride' west
of Lincoln, chief clerk of the
railway mail service, informed
Postmaster Sanders that train
127 would carry a locked mail
pouch from Lincoln, delivering
it at Nemaha each evening.
This would give us the afternoon
editions of the Lincoln dailies.
The train brought in the pouch
Monday evening. It contained
no paper's and only two letters
and two postcards. Since then
no pouch has been delivered
The young couple have the
best wishes of The Advertiser
force for all the happiness possi
ble here on earth.
Spooncr for President
Fon dduLac, Wis., March 12.
Congressman Weiss, the only
democratic representative from
Wisconsin, said yesterday on his
return from Washington that
Senator Spooner will be the next
republican candidate for president.
The lact that March l was
moving day was impressed upon
the car distributing department
of railroads this year. A rail
road man says there is scarcely a
station in the state that has not
orders for from one to five immi
grant cars. One family of thir
teen members has waited three
weeks for a car.
Neighbors Cot Fooled
"I was literally coughing myself to
death, and had become too weak to
leave my bed; and neighbors predicted
that I would never leave it alive; but
they got fooled, for thanks be to God, I
was induced to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery. It took just four one dollar
bottles to completely cure the cough
and restore me to good sound health,"
writes Mrs. Eva Uncapher, of Grover-
town, Stark Co., Ind. This King of
cough and cold cures, and healer of
throat and lungs, Is guarantesd at Hill
Bros, drug store. 50c and $1.00. Trial
40 sows 40
Spring yearlings and older, weighing 250 lbs.
and up, bred to farrow mostly in April Bred
to some of the best herd boars in southern Ne
braska. Several sows bred to sons of Old Ex
pansion and daughters of Pawnee Chief and
granddaughters of Expansion They are the
big, smooth, prolific, useful type of Poland
lunulas. ine r aimers Kind ai your
Also a few Extra Expansion
Fall Bred Boars
Sale to be held in the Pavilion,
west of Court House Square
H. G. DAWSON & SONS,
( Endicott, Nebraska
SEGRIST & STOUT
Col. L, W. Leonard, Auctioneer
BANK OF NEMAHA
WM. CAMPBELL, Pros. F. E. ALLEN, Vlcc.Prca.
ELMER B. ALLEN, Cashier PRANK TITU8,'A88't Cash
With Ample Facilities for handling
any Business entrusted to Us
Report of the Condition of the
BANK OF NEMAHA
Of Nemaha, Charter No. G32, (Incorporated)
in tue ttuue or neorapica, at tuo oiose oi
business February 23, 1907.
Loans and discounts 826441 57
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 609 82
Ranking houso;furnlturo and Hxtures 1600 00
Current expenses and taxes paid M 563 C9
uuo irora national, siaio ana private
hanks and bankers- 32317 10
Total cash on hand 3003 11
Total $64504 33
Capital stock paid In 85O0O 00
Surplus fund 1000 00
Uudlvlded profits - 1075 44
Individual deposits subject to check 5101) Ul
Demand certificates of deposit
Tlmo certificates of deposit 5015 00
Total $56478 4
State of Nebraska, I
county or JNoraaim, j
I, Elmer E. Allon, cashier of tho above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is correct and a true copy
of the report mado to the State Ranking
ELiUEll E. A Li 1j lli IN , UaSUlOr.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this
7th day of February, 1907.
W. W.SANDERS, Notary rubllo.
C. 1 BARKER
Prompt and careful attention given
to all work, Your patronage in
For Catarrh, let me send you free
just to prove merit, a trial size box of
Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy. It is a
snow white, creamy healing antiseptic
balm that gives instnnt relief to Ca
tarrh of the noso and throat. Mak
tho free test and see. Address Dr.
Shoop, Racine, Wis. Large jars 50
I .cents. Sold by All Dealers. ,
S. W. Paints
W. F. Keeling
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