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N E B JR. ASK A
B (JHIN B S S
Indorsed by every bunk
and business mnn in Ne
braska City. The To
land Schools are noted
for the success of tlieir
nraduatcs in securing
high grade positions.
SEND FOR PROSPECTUS.
DO IT INOw!
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA
JohnC. Shuck came
Dr. Cap Reed Graves of
was in Nemaha Thursday.
R. M. Gillan of Auburn was a
Nemaha visitor Thursday.
Dick Chambers of Auburn was
a Nemaha visitor Thursday.
Wm. Snelling of Shubert was
visiting with his Nemaha friends
We had a light shower Thurs
dayjust enough to lay the dust
Mrs. Theo. Hill attended the
commencement exercises at Shu
bert Thursday evening.
W. E. Hoag of Julian was in
Nemaha Thursday, looking after
the interests of the Bell Tele
J. H. Vanderslice is Jnow loaf-
ing, but we venture
ti n that he w 11 not
with this very long.
Mrs. John Watson has been at
the home of James A. Stephen
son for several days, heiping
take care of the sick folks.
The green bugs that are doing
so much damage to the wheat in
Oklahoma and Kansas are said
to be in the wheat fields around
Stella, but have done no damage
Jarrfes A. Stephenson has a
good start for a . hospital at his
house. His wife and three
younger boys are sick with
nieasles and Jimmie is lame from
bing kicked on the shin by a
A. R. McCandless expects to.
begin work in a short time devel
oping tho prospective coal mine
o.i his farm southeast of Nema
ha. He is going to find out if
there is enough coal there to pay
n.i ttti 1 1 V.4. f TTU..
ua wnite nas uuuguo ui imiuui
E. Rumbaugh the old Scovill
property, north of Elmer E.
Allen's residence. We are not
informed authoritatively whether
he intends to get a. housekeeper
or whether he is going to con-
tinue to bach.
Free Samples of "Preventica" and a
booklet on Colds will bo gladly mailed
you, on request, by Dr. Shoop, Racine,
Wis. simply to prove merit. Preventics
are little Candv Cold Cure tablets. No
Quinine, no Laxative, nothing harmfu
whatever. Preventics prevent colds
as the name implies when taken early,
or at the "Sneeze State." For a
seated cold or LaGrippo, break it up
safely and quickly with Preventics.
Sold by All Dealers.
Sunday the thermometer was
about 90 in the shade. Tuesday
morning we had a snow. Thurs
day morninir there was ice on
standing water, and the after
noon was uncomfortably warm.
Such is weather in beautiful Ne
braska. Mrs. Edmund Williams, mother
of II. E. Williams, died at her
home in Shubert Thursday morn
ing May 1G, 1907, The deceased
was an old settlor. She had
been in poor health for some
time, suffering from the infirm
ities of old age.
Mrs. W. W. Frazier and her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
LaFollete, went to Lincoln
Thursday of last week, to visit
relatives. Mrs. Frazier returned
home Tuesday evening. Mr.
and Mrs. LaFollete will visit
about a week yet.
The editor has made so many
predictions this spring and
missed our guess that wo are
beginning to feel like Hicks or
the other weather prophets. We
are going to keen it up and make
the prediction that wo will not
have another frost until in Sep
tember. Rev. J. W. Sapp called our at
tention to the fact that at the
present time not a river town
between Falls City and Nebraska
City had a saloon. Every town
with the exception of Brownville
voted the saloon out. The river
towns are pretty good places
Joe Bunger has the contract
for putting up the new building
at the normal school at Peru,
authorized by the late legislature.
The building will cost $24,001
and will take about a year to
build. Joe has had all kinds of
contracts since he moved to Peru
and is still taking them in.
a line ou near JNemana, see us
640 on the South Platte, f
springs, running water, at $7
School section joining, yearly
rental $34, and 160 homestead
relinquishment $50, joining.
First come, first served.
Good house in town cheap.
KINDIG & PEABODY.
F. W. Emerson of Lin
col". Nebraska, orator, preacher,
lecturer, a reform evangelist of
national repute, will speak at
Peru May 21st, at Brownville
May 22nd, and at Nemaha May
23rd, T907. No charge for ad
mission. Come and hear him and
be convinced. Themes: Tem
perance and National Reform
Bureau of Washington, D. C.
Several of the Burlington offi
cials, were in Nemaha about two
hours Thursday, coming in on
the passenger train at 0:49 and
waiting here until about noon,
when the freight engine took
fiem to Salem. They were in
I i i ......
tne general superintendent's pn-
vate car. The party consisted of
General Superintendent H. E.
Byram of Omaha, Division Su-
penntendent C. B. Rodgers of
Wymore, and Trainmaster C. W.
Hohaus of Nebraska City.
Call at our store, please, for a free
sampleof Dr. Sh oop's "Health Coffee. "
If roal colfeo disturbs your Stomach
your Heart, or Kidneys, then try this
clever colfeo imitation. While Dr.
Shoop has very closely matched 01c:
Java and Mocha Coffee in fltivor ant
taste, yet ho has not even a single
grain of real coffeo in it. Dr. Shoop's
Health Coffeo Imitation is made from
pure toasted grains or cereals, with
Malt, Nuts. etc. You will surely like
Health Colfeo. Sold by Earle Gilbert.
The average salary paid Toland
i i .
graduates, alter lour years ex-
pcrience, is $1000 per year. The I morning there was a little ice on
minimum amounting to $40,000. standing water, and some more
in a lifetime of forty years. The ' snow fel1- People who got in a
average day laborer gets $1.50 1 hurry an(1 took dwn their heat
per day 300 days in the year, or Grs either hovered around the
$450 per year. He earns $18,000 ' kitchen stove or put up a heater
in a lifetime. Making the diff-!aSain. with a firm resolve not to.
erence between the average I take ifc down until tneY knew
earning of a Toland graduate 1 aummGr was here to stay.
1 .1 i t Ann nnn mi "
ana. a aay laDorer $zz,uuv. ine
cmterence between the earnings
of a Toland graduate and a
mechanic, or the average school
teacher, is about the same, as
both teachers and mechanics are
idle a large portion of their time,
Is not 22,000 a pretty good
profit on an investment of $60,-
he amount required to pay for a
course in a Toland school. Many
Toland graduates are now earn
ing irom $z,uuu to $b,uuu per
annum, ll you are interested
send for proof.
Address Nebraska Business
University, Nebraska City.
Elmer E. Allen, cashier of the
Bank of Nemaha, has a lot of
English money on display at the
bank. He has a pound note,
value in our money about $4.88,
a goici sovereign oi tne same
value, gold half sovereign, value
$2.22, a silver 5 shilling piece,
value $1.22, silver 2 1-2 shilling,
value 61 cents, silver 2 shilling
" ' I
piece, value 48 cents, silver 1
t II 1 n. a
smiling piece, value zi cents, a
silver sixpence, value 12 cents, a
silver threepence, value 6 cents,
a copper penny, value 2 cents, a
copper half penny, value 1 cent,
and a copper farthing, value
one-half cent. It makes an in
teresting collection to those not
familiar with English money.
The pound note is a little shorter
but considerably wider than our
bills. The sovereign is about
the size of a $5 gold piece, and
the 5 shilling piece about as large
as a silver dollar,
sembles very much.
which it re-
A letter was recently received
by Mrs. Ben Baldwin from her
neice, Viannah Houk, who has
been living in Pawnee county
for several years. Recently
Tl If T 1 1 j t
Mrs. caiawin went out to see
her neice and was not at all sat
isfied with the way, she was being
treated by the woman with whom
she was livincr. but could do
nothing at the time. Since then
Viannah has left the place where
she was staying and is now living
with Isaac W. Brown, a brother
of Robt. I. Brown of Nemaha.
Viannah's brother has made his
nornc with Mr. Brown ever since
le left Nemaha, a short time
after the death of his mother.
and the two children are now to
gether. They both now have a
good home, and from the letter
wcj can jucige tnai viannan is
t ii j t r i
delighted with the change.
Lot me mail you free, to prove merit,
samples of my Dr. Shoop's Restorative,
and my Book on either Dyspepsia, The
Heart, or tho Kidneys. Address me.
Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Troubles of
tne atomacn, Heart or Kidneys, are
merely symptoms of a deeper ailment.
Don't make the .common error of
treating symptoms only. Symptom
treatment is treating the result of your
ailment, and not the cause. Weak
Stomach nerves the' inside nerves
means Stomach weakness, always. And
the Heart, and Kidneys as well, have
their controlling or inside nerves.
Weaken these nerves and you inevit
ably have weak vital organs. Hero is
where Dr. Shoop's Restorative has
made its fame. No other remedy even
claims to treat tho "inside nerves."
Also for bloating, biliousness, bad
breath or complexion, use Dr. Shoop's
Restorative. Write for my free Book
now. Shoop's Restorative sold by All
We had a very little rain Mon
day night and a little snow early
Tuesday morning. Wednesday
jrSt gt jj pjjjj
went to Vesta
Wednesday to attend the funeral
of an intimate friend, Mrs. James
E. Wilson, the wife of a mer
chant at that place who- was
burned to dpaf-.h hv n D-nsnlinfi
explosion Monday. The burial
took place at Filley, a special
train berno- rim from Vesta to
Fillev to accommodate the manv
fripnrici ftf fVm Apoa Mr
been married less
than a year.
Well, what do you think of
that? Snow fell yesterday over
a considerable section of Nebras
ka and this morning snow fell in.
this city for a portion of the day
and it is but seven weeks until
the Fourth of Julya date when
the farmer expects to have his
corn laid oy" lor tne summer
as being too big to cultivate
farther. If this isn't a new deal
on the part of the weather man
the oldest inhabitant fails to re
memoer. Anyway, it isn't a
1 k ft 1
square aeai.-j.Nep. uity inoune,
T1. m "1
Fifteenth Annual Commencment
The fifteenth annual commencment
of the Nemaha high school will be held
at the Nemaha opera house Friday
evening, May 24, 1907.
Music Vera Minick
Invocation Rev. G. W Ayers
Instrumental duet Selected
Lillian D. Neal, Grace E. Peabody.
Vocal solo Buttercups
Mary Florence Jarvis,
Vocal duet... Come, Holy Spirit
Lillian M. Allen, Vera Minick.
Vocal solo Selected
Lillian D. Neal.
Class address Prof. F. M. Grep-f?
Instrumental duet Selected
Lockie Roberts, Bessie Dressier.
Presentatation of diplomas
J. M. (Jtork, President of Board
Come Where the Blue Bells Ring
Lilliv.n D. Neal, Mrs. T. L. Fisher
Benediction Rev. G. W. Avers
Piles get quick and certain relief
from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment.
Please note it is made alone for Piles,
and its action is positive and certain.
Itching, painful, protruding or blind"
piles disappear like magic by its use.
Largo nickel-capped glass jars 50 cents.
Sold by All Dealers.
W. W. FKAZIER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Ail culls promptly attended
KNAPP & SON
Proprietor of the
Liv8ry& Feed Stable
LIE M AH A, NEBR.
Qcod Dray in connection With Liven
WM. CAMl'UKLb, I'ren.
KLMUIt K. ALLHN, CaMitur
With Ample Facilities
Ed Knapp went to Falls City
last Friday evening to attend a
trial, but returned the next day,
as the case had been postponed.
This is the cdse where Ed sued
John Ramsey for money due for
carrying the star route mail be
tween Nemaha and St. Deroin
three years ago, John Ramsey
being the contractor. He owes
A Narrow Escape
G. W. Cloyd, a merchant, of Plunk,
Mo., had a narrow escape four years
ago, when he ran a jimpson bur into his
thumb. He says: "The doctor wanted
to amputate it but I would not consent.
I bought a -box of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve and that curen the dangerous
wound." 25c at Hill Bros., druggists
In the cllstilot court of Numalin count j .
Stuto of xsouinska.
In the mnttfr of tho estuto of Gottlieb
Fr nkSnyiler, Administrator,
ub boms non, riain w,
El .ubotli Mtvlile. Dofoiul.tlii.
order to show cause why license should not
Do p run leu to Ken rem chtute lor uio pay
ment of deutti.
Now on this 13th clay oi Stay. a. 19 -7.
this cause comes on lor IhiuIiik upon tho
petition under oath of frank Bujdir, Ad.
iiiiinsirntor (ie noun linn oi 1110 emmo 01
O ttlkb Muhle. deceased, pruylnu for iiuciim;
to nell f.io follovrlim do-uil eil real utit(i o:
Gottlieb Vuhle. deceased, t .vl: All ofl l iclc
4inud lotH 1 ami 2 In hlnclc II in I ho city of
Mi own vine. Nemaha counts, Neini!Ka and
nlfOiillot u.ts 2, 8, ami 4 In block 1 In lived
and Ollir ore's Addition to Slitrliliui, now
Milium, Nemaha county, Ntbrnslta, nuhjeef.
to (ho hoirwi-t3.id and liverlnteretit KIIzh
l et li Mililc In mid t hi hi promisee, or u
Miifllrlent amount thereof to lirlnn the sum or
b'2l8H."G, with Intoiest Iheieon nt7lereoii
iter niinu from tho IGUi dm of Auniiht A
Cm WW. I "idei t S(.tlf the payuieu' o'
Mm t allowed suulnnt salil esti'to, and alt
HllowanceH and losts ot mlimnl&t'itlion, lor
tlioreaso.. that thera lrt not suillcient amount
of prMf-o ml .rop riy In the p hkohMou of Mini
Pi utile Sn jilt r, Administrator do bourn not ,
Ix-loni-i'it; total) .stito to pay xahl deblh,
allowances and cohIn.
It N thereto e ordered that ' he above muni d
detendaikt and all pniHOiif. Interested In H.ilil
e titouppt'cr b lore tne In the dlstrki coiut.
i'.iiiiii lo the city of Auburn in said county of
emaha Nebiaska.on Hn2"th day ol .Juni ,
A. D , 1Pu7, at the hour of 1 1 . in. loghow em s
It hiiv tluro fe, why lle-'uso shoulil in t l-o
Kiai t'd t) Frank Miyder, Adinlnlstratoi de
notils non, to s II so mtieh ol the nlrivo U
Mciihed ih)1 eKtate, subject to tho houenteail
and dower Intjn at olMild Ull.ula t"i M hle,
as Khali bo nectts r' lo lay said del ts anil
It 1 farther ordered that a copy of t1 Is
order lie sevcriupon all oersons Interested
In 'aid est t", iy causing thesarneto he puo
llshed oncf each week tor lour eoitflsci tlvo
week', 1" t 6 N.ioiaska Adveitlscr, a jupcr
print d and. published In Mild eounty of
JOHN. II. UAI'Klt.
Judgooftho Khst Judicial Hlbtriet.
In the DlHlrlct Court
of Kcmahti county.
in tho mutter ol tho estate ol I'uvid
d eea '
Blinlni. Mey. pi. l t ir,
la. d'i W. May, John I. May,
Orval Slay, Vrnle Uheaur, . "
(lei rue I'n-M ir, John Maj,
MiiL"iio Wolttalif.i, El vn H.
Wi l tiker, Leinnrd Wlntuiknr,.-
Klovd Wlntta ei, llllain
WhHt liter, Mzudi WlntoiK,
Mhldk-t-oi Muv M'-llieMa.,
IliKrv .Ma , William A. Mu , .
("buries D Ma , ai.d Ctai encu
I'o tlif-u' ovc i ntne.i deletidant', and esnei
ia ly .lohn'M. May, Jacob W. May. Oarrto
May, his wife, rval M- y Venice (Mienier
(Me- Ma), Q oro OhesU", her husband, "
MhUlleton M'iy and Molllo May, hi wi ;
You uie hereby no Irled that on the "ill die
ol Mine', 197, Klniina Ma , 1 10 pal lilt"
erelr, tiled her .etltlon In tils action In
ttif dint lo court i f Nemnba coniitv , Nebrot
Ite, iiiri'lnst tlK above nained defriiiienii , tho
ibjeita ul raycr oi whleb in lo buvo ner
homt ad a id dower Interest. iiKsineil to
b'r out nl the real e.s'nte ot which said David
May died selzet', to.v t: 'I he Soul n Kas1 Jtf of
t i Noiti 1-nat n I t ie Houth !? ol tho
South WestH ol tho North West M otriecl'on
'I own 0, no th of Kiiiiko lr K st ot the (ith
Pi hi' innl Morldl.iu, all In Neinaha count,
You are required to nnswoi said pi t lion on
or bo'iiro the 2tth day of June, 1!)H7.
Da ed lhl ltltu day of May, lWi", at Anl urn
PLMTN A MAY, Plalutlir,
Hj Btull & Iluwxby, Her Attorneys.
Anronn sendtae n Mcotcli nnd dcficrlntlon mat
fiiilckly iiaccitnln our opinion free whether an
Invention ts lirobnulr nntentnblo,
tloiiH Btrictly eonlldciit Itil.
Handbook on Potent
lout froo. Oldest uuency for securing patents.
l'ntonta tukcu tliroiiKh Munn A Co. rccolra
prclal notice, wtt liout clmrgo. In tho
A hnndsomcly illustrntod weekly.
ronr: four ruoatba
iiimiioii or any eciunuuo journal
four months, L Sold by alt nowsdealcrs.
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