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Nemaha' county went demo
cratic Tuesday. Bryan got 99
majority, Shallenberger 60, Ma
guire for congress 111.
On the county ticket Majors
got a majority over Dundas of
930 in Nemaha county and be
tween 500 and 600 majority in
Johnson county. He is the only
republican carrying the county.
Hector gets a plurality of 110,
lienSkeen 158. Charley Pool,
for float representative, carried
Nemaha county by 32 and John
son by 42.
For county attorney Lambert
is re-elected by 60.
Casey is elected county com
missioner by a majority of 336,
getting the largest majority of
any candidate except Colonel
The November Housekeeper.
Judge Ben B. Lindsey of the Denver
juvenilo court, hits straight from the
shoulder in "The Public Schools and
Morality," appearing in the House
keeper for November, It is one of the
articles in tho series, The Truth About
tha Public Schools. Any parent who
smugly assured that everything is all
right, of course, would do veil to read
what one of tho greatest Btuder.ts of
child life has to say. On tho other
hand, it will cheer those who are de
Hpondcnt about conditions. The num
bcr is strong in readable fiction and
good special articles. Tho Golden Har
vest is a Thanksgiving story, different
a little. Winning the Fight Against
Consumption, is un article prepared by
the editors. How We Elect Presidents
by Dora Bachellcr, tells tho story for
women readers. The departments are
full of interest for t the home. The
Housekeeper Corporation, Minneapo
lis, Minnesota. Seventy-five cents a
Mrs. Dan Bennett and Mrs. C.
L. Russell went to Peru Monday
returning the next day.
IT IS TAFT
We have been handed a card
reading ' 'The Blond Cleaning and an
Dye Works, Stokes & Shively McKinley271.
rops., Kansas City, Mo." Ho- Hughes was elected governor
raer Stokes is the senior proprie- 0f New York and Hadley of Mis
Taft was elected president by
an immense majority. Missouri
and Maryland are very close with
indications favoring Taft. Colo
rado and Nevada went for Bryan
Mrs. Lirzie Keeling and child- by a narrow margin. Counting
over from Stanbury, Missouri ana iviarymna in me
Taft column, he has 327 electoral
votes and Bryan 156. In 1900
Bryan had 155 electoral votes
and McKinley 292. In 1896 Bry-
had 176 electoral votes and
Mrs. J. B. Lewis of Brownville
was the guest of Mrs. Elmer E.
Allen and Mrs. C. T. Mirrick
Mo., Tuesday, on a visit to Dr.
and Mrs, Keeling and friends.
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BANK OF NEMAHA
WM. OtM'MlRLb, Pro. F.'E. ALLEN, .Vlcc.FrcB.
ELMER E. ALLEN, Cashier FRANK TITUB, Aia't Cash
With Ample Facilities for handling
any Business entrusted to Us
James A. Stephenson received
a postal Tuesday from Rev. L.
Morrison, who is now at Smith
Center, Kas., saying that the
atter's brother-in-law, J. T.
Lambert, died at Denver Mon- present.
day and his body would be taken iyT .1
burial on Wednesday. Mr. Lam
bert had gone to Denver for his
Orffor nf Tfa.rinar.
SOUri. The democrats elected In County Court of Nemaha County. Ne-
the governors in Ohio, Indiana Thesuuof Nebmka. county of Nemaha... a.
and Minnesota, although these ToMarselleal.Briney, Henrr Alexander, Ell.
states went for Taft.
Congress will be republican by
about the same majority as at
all pcraona Interested in the estate of Eunice
Anne Brlney, deeaaied.
Notice la hereby given S. W. McGrew haa filed
a petition praying for final settlement and allow
ance of his administration account filed tnthta
court on the 3Ut day of October, A. D. 1906, and
for final settlement and discharge as administra
tor of said estate, and the aame haa been set for
hearing on the 6th day of December, 1908, at 10
o'clock a. in., at the county court room of said
county, in Aubum, said county of Nemaha, when
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Uryan Carries iNeuraSK uy aDpetr lhow If there be any. why
nlurnlif v nf nrnhflhl V 10.000. The the prayer of said petition should not be granted.
P. L. Woodward 9 SGnfc nOStalsl -1.-1.- and if sufficient cause is not shown, the) court
m E pnnrK KIlllH I ir.KtiL IS CltXLCU, i t- .-- i t. .
-rr t . r, I ' i may grant mi prayer uier-oi, uamuviiNa i
iiumivanoaowajf oiiuwiiiK viyau Rhftllonhprcypr'n maiOMtV beillir further and other orders aa mar be proper,
On the Celebrated maSCOt mule. UUt.. 10 nnn rru Jnmnnwl Dated this Slat day of October, 1908
headed for Lincoln. The mule are BUre of five congressmen,
has his head down, ears droop- p0yard, in the First district,
ing, showing general dejection. was defeated by about 800. The
Bryan is humped over, head legislature is strongly demo
down, tears rolling down his nrnto
lace, lie has a card saying,
Back to the farm." The card
says, "Three strikes and out."
Jake Shuck has
moved to the
SeTcn Years of Proof.
"I have had seven years of proof
that Dr. King's New Discovery is the
best medicine to take for coughs and
colds and for every diseased condition
of throat, chest or lungs," says W. V.
Henry of Panama, Mo. The world has
hid thirty-eight years of proof that Dr.
King's New Discovery is the best rem
edy for coughs and colds, la grippe,
asthma, hay fever, bronchitis, hemorr
hage of the lungs, and the early stages
of consumption. Its timely use always
Read the pain formula on a box ot
Pink Pain Tablets. Then ask your doc
tor if there in a better one. Pain
means congestion blood pi essure some
where. Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets
check head pains, womanly pains, pain
anvwhere. Trv one and see. 20 for
26c. Sold by Dr. Keeling.
What Are Youv Boys and Girls Read
They are bou"d to read something.
They will yead trash unless you give
them something better that is equally
interesting. Try the Youth's Compan
ion. There is plenty of adventure in
W. W. FRAZIER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
All calls promptly attended
KNAPP & SOTSJ
Proprietors of the
Livery& Feed Stable
Good Dray in connection wi&SLivtry
J. EJ. OrotIier5
Hand Made Harnett a Specialty
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Tickling, tight coughs, can quickly prevents the development of pneumonia the stones, ana tne neroes ana oeroines
be cured with a prescription druggists Sold under cuarantee at druzeists. 60c are OI ?.reai Kina, nnaing m ne une
OK amy opportunity ior courage miu
usefulness. More than 250 such stories
are dispensing everywhere as Dr.
Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. And it is
very different than common cough med
icines. No opium, no chloroform, ab
solutely nothing harsh or unsafe. The
tender leaves of a harmless, lung heal
ing mountainous shrub, gives the cura
tive properties to Dr. Shoop's Cough
Remedy. Those leaves have power to
calm the most distressing cough and to
soothe and heal the sensitive bronchial
membrane. Mothers should for safety
sake always demand Dr. Shoop's. It
can with "perfect freedom be giyen to
the youngest babes.
will be published in the 52 issues of the
new volume,pfl909. There will be as
many articles," sketches and reminis
cences to impart useful 'information in
and see. At druggists.
Agent Glenn to Leave.
C. V. Glenn, who has been the
Burlington agent at Nemaha for
the past two years, has asked for the most agreeableway,familarizing the
a transfer to the McCook divis- Companion's readers with the best that
inn end ovnonfa f Ipqva iia'arvuv 8 known and thought in the world.
it- y? j. I Full illustrated announcement of tho
wiuueru g Pul" Companion for 1909 will be sent to any
monary irouDie ana pnysicians addre88 free with sample copies of the
say it is necessary for her to papen.
change to a dryer climate. This 1 The new subscriber who at once sends
Test it yourself is the only reason Mr. Glenn asks $1.75 for 1909 will receive freeal the
. irtfr 1 ! J
r i tt xi- - t l remaining issues 01 vtvo, uoaiucu mo
iiur a uiuMige. ne is me rest . , r,. , - 1ono f.
agent Nemaha ever had, and the tlpa In Grandmother's Garden, litho-
County Sunday school conven- people business men especially, graphed in 13 colors.
tion at Brock Wednesday
Thursday of next week.
It isn't so difficult to strengthen a
weak stomach if one goes at it correct
ly, and this is true of the heart and kid
neys. The old fashioned way of dosing
the stomach or stimulating the heart
or kidneys is surely wrong, Dr. Shoop
pointed out this error. "Go to the
weak or ailing nerves of these organs"
said he. Each inside organ has its con
trolling or inside nerve. When these
nerves fall then those organs must fal
ter. This truth is leading druggists to
dispense and recommend Dr. Shoop's
Restorative. A few days test will tell.
Sold by Dr. Keeling.
Frank Titus was breaking rock and move there.
on the streets Thursday, under
the supervision of Street Com
missioner Burns, but as he had no
ball and chain on his ankle we
suppose he was not under arrest.
hate to have him go. It is honed
he will get a good position and
that the change will be beneficial
to the health of his wife.
A clergynan writes: "Preventics,
those little candy cold cure tablets are
working wonders in my parish." Pre
ventics will check a cold, or the grippe
in a few heurs. And preventics are so
safe and harmless. No quinine, noth
ing harsh or sickening. Fin j for fev
erish children. Box of 48 at 35c. Sold
by Dr. Keeling.
E. J. Maxwell started for Vir-
MM w m . a
; ginia Tuesday, ii he likes the
country he expects to, buy land
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION,
144 Berkley Street, Boston, Mass.
Daily low excursion rates after
November 20th to the Southern
and Cuban resorts. Daily now
in effect to Southern California.
Lower yet, homes eekers' excur
sion rates, first and third Tues
days, to the South and South
CORN SHOW, OMAHA.
December 9 to 19. Visit this in
teresting exposition of the best
corn products and their use, At
tractive program with moving
pictures, electrical illumination,
sensational prizes for the best
exhibits. Consult the agent or
We condnct you on the first and
third Tuesdays of each month to
the Big Horn Basin aud Yellow-
J TF i
stone vaney, assisting you in
taking up government irrigated
plants. Only one-tenth payment
down. No charge for services.
WRITE D. Clem Deaver. General
Agent Landseekers' Information
mureau, Omaha, for new folder.
0- Y. GLENN, Ticket A tent at Nemaha.
L- V. WAKELEY, Q. P. 1., Omaha
C. A. Curtis
CARPENTER & BUILDER
Repair work Specialty
Independent Phone No. 57,
A CLEAN SWEEP
This is what we
intend to make with
our sale of Fine
it. A. HELMER,
So. side"Court House
Watche Fifteen Tears.
"Fer fifteen years I have watched
the working of Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and it has never failed to . cure any
sore, boil, ulcer oj burn to which it was
I applied. It has saved us many a doc
tor bill." says A. F. Hardy of Eas
Wilton, Maine. 25c at Reeling's drug
Mii Yens Own Business!
If you don't nobody will, It is your
business to keep out of all the trouble
you can and you can and will keep out
of liver and bowel trouble if you take
Dr. King's New Life Pills. They keep
billiousnesH, malaria and jaundice out
of your system. 25c at Keeling's drug
How is Your Digestion.
Mary Dowling; of No. 228 8th ave.,
San Francisco, recommends a remedy
for stomach tronble. She says, 'Grat
itude for the wonderful effect of Elec
tric Bitters in a case of acute indiges
tion, prompts this testimonial. I am
convinced that for stomach and liver
troubles Electric Bitters is the best
remedy on tho market' This great
tonic and alterative medicine invigor
ates the system, purifies the blood and
is especially helpful in all forms of fc
male weakness. 50c at Keeling's drug
Would yo like to swn big aaoaty aa
bars steUy. pleutnt employatatf we
pay Cub wtekly to itlMmea for scuiag
Stark Trees aa4 wt wsat a f tw food ae
ia this territory at oace. Stark Trtst are
uy to mU. Tkey kave aa U-ysar teett
biblaa iUm sat Uey art tka be tite
We faralib aa er4er-tttis oatft fret.
Write far ear Hbwtl Salsmea'a effer.
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Paper of latest designs
Highest market price paid for Hides,
Lard, Tallow, etc.
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or Hear Harm
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simply need, aad araet bare, more power, more!
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and tke etaeaach aa4 kldneyi alas batw
lima aAntmlUiui umLi
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Sfaoo'e Keetorattn haa ia tM !
for weak and atUn Hearte. vr.
the eaoee of all tMa Mlaful.
Ins heart dletreie. Dr.Shoors
war preacnatioB ia mh
11 yo wotfM
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1 ltoffara real, seejiae heart htJ
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mi CURB tmi LUNGS
wth Dr. Kind's
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