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NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1908.
Criley, photographer, Aubur n
Del Webb had a good horse die
yesterday. Its death was caused
by blood poisoning, as a result of
an attack of distemper.
Richard Barrett, who was ap
pointed register of deeds in 1861
at Brownville, is dead. He was
a personal friend of President
Born To Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Crother, Thursday night, De
cember 10, 1908, a line girl. Of
course Grandpa and Grandmother
Crother are delighted.
F. E. Hoover is now grandpa.
He got notice last week that a
daughter had been born to Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. P. Thompson,
who live at Shenandoah, Iowa.
Chas. H. Stanley, who went
to Oklahoma with the expecta
tion of buying a farm, returned
home Thursday of last week, as
the country did not suit him as
well as expected.
Compilation of the popular
vote shows that President-elect
Taft received nearlv 30,000 more
votes than President Roosevelt
four years ago,' and that Bryan
has over 1,000,000 more than
Judge Parlor had.
Ditching on the drainage dis
. trict north of Peru is almost
completed. The channel has been
cut to both Buck creek and Duck
creek and these streams both
turned into it. The improvement
is looked upon as a good one.
George Hartwig, manager of
the Edwards & Bradford Lumber
company at this place, who has
been sick for six weeks, was on
the streets Saturday for the first
time ince his sickness. He is
.inow looking after business but is
quite weak yet.
Joe Worrall, who has been
editor, publisher, printer and
general manager of The Adver-.
tiser for the past four months, '
tendered his resignation Wednes
day, and W. W. Sanders is
again in the. harness. While not
, entirely recovered from his re
. cent severe illness, Mr. Sanders
is able to work again.
A man in Vermillion, South
Dakota, while putting up a stove
p;pe the other day, fell from his
chair and sustained injuries from
which he died in a few hours
that settles it with us. Arapa
Ephriam Griffin, who was one
of the old settlers of Nemaha but
who moved to Pensacola, Florida,
a number of years ago, died
two weeks ago a'; his home in
Pensacola. Mr. Griffin has many
friends among the older settlers
who will regret his death.
Alva Max well, who has been in
Colorado for two or three years,
came home last week and will
remain until the last of the month
Alva has a good homostead and is
farming, has good health and is
prosperous generally. He hasn't
said anything to us yet about
taking a Nemaha girl back with
L. P. Lyman has been appoint
ed superintendent of the Wymore
division of the Burlington railway
system, which takes it: the south
ern part of the state, succeeding
O. B. Rodgers, who recently re
signed after many years service
to accept the position of general
manager of the Gulf Coast line
in Texas. Mr. Lyman is now
superintendent of the Sterling,
Olive Camp No. 14, W. O. W.,
at their meeting December 9th.
elected the following officers:
W. E. Seid, C. C.
Marshall Webb, Adv. Lieut
W. W. Seid, Clerk.
W. H. Barker, Banker.
Rufus Rowen, Escort.
John T. Webber, Watchman. .
Chas. W. Roberts. Sentry,
i J. H. ,Seid, Manager.
Dr. W. W. Frazier, Physician.
Medicine That is 'Medicine.
"I liuve sull'ered a good deal with ma
laria and stomach complaints, hut. I
have found a remedy that keeps me
well, and that remedy is Electric Hit
lers; a medicine that is medicine for
stomach and liver troubles and for run
down conditions, " says W. C. Kestler
of Halhday, Ark. Electric Bitters par
ify and enrich the blood, tone up the
nerves and impart vigor and energy to
the weak. Your money refunded if it
fails to help you. T.Oe at Keeling's.
W. C. Drury, who is now in
the hotel business at Nemaha,
was looking after his interests
here a part of this week. He re
ports a good trade in his lino in
Nemaha and seems well satisfied
with his now business. Crab
Monday night three bums stole
a boat belonging to Jacob Sears,
living between Peru and Brown
villo, Mr. Sears and another
man started after the thieves in
another boat, and Wednesday
morning they found the
stolen boat tied up on the banks
of the Missouri river east of Ne
maha. The bums had boarded
the south bound freight the
I Department Commander Eli
Barnes of the grand army of Ne
braska, has appointed a commit
tee to formulate a plan for a
general observance of the 100th
anniversary of the birth of Abra
ham "Lincoln. Col. T J. Majors
of Peru is one of the committee
of eight. The committee will
meet at Lincoln December 22 f o
formulate a plan and program
for the observance.
. The semi-annual .school appor
tionment amounts to $207,132,91.
The 'apportionment is made on a
basis of .72199 per pupil, there
being .309,99(5. children of school
age in the state. . The aggregate
amount is made up of collections
as follows: State tex 2,227.30,
interest on school and salhie'londs
sold $29, 012. 20," interest on school
and saline lands leased $95,075.89,
interest on bonds $119,775.89, in
terest on state warrants $15,
612.36, from fish and game li
cense $5,588. Nemaha county,
with 4,460 scholars, will receive
Why pay more when you can get
not only 90 fine largo cups of Dr.
Sho6p's( Health Cofl'e from a. 2oc pack
age hut a coupoa on a 2Cc silvered
"No Drip coffee strainer besides?
Look for the coupon I put them in
now. The satisfaction is, besides most
perfect. Sold by all dealers.
W. W. FftAZIER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
All iu ll.i promptly iiUonclcci
I ItllCl WUH IVIIItm. 0 l'"lj'"' I ,. ,
A little effusion from the
Mounds (Okla.,) Enterprise
show that journalistic conditions
in the new state are niucrh the
same as elsewhere: "Who weeps
with you when you arc sad and
laughs with you when vou are
mart?" -The Editor. Who has
to be both kind and wise, and
never (hardly ever) lies, and
when ho does create surprise?
The Editor. Who owns a heart
as well as cheek, possessed of
spirit proud yet meek, and lives
on 40 cents a week? The Ed
itor." The Care of Your Teeth.
It ia a great mistake to use cheap
tooth powders. They are coarse and
gritty, and contain nothing to ensure
alkalinity of the mouth. It is much
better to have one's tooth powder pre
pared at a reliable chemist's, and the
following iormula was given to ine by
a Now York dentist:
Sodium bicarbonate I dram, magna
sium carbonate I dram, powdered orris
root 1 dram, precipitated chalk 2ounces,
menthol 5 grains. Flavor with oil of
A mild antiseptic wash should follow
the use of the powder; for this purpose
listenine, milk of magnesia and glyeo
thymolinC are grtcd. They must be di
luted. Dentists have assured mo chat if wo
uo bicarbonate of soda upon our tooth
every day, rubbing it well into the
spaces, they would be forced to close
their ofliees. January Delineator.
Preventics. the new Candy Cold Cure
Tablets, are said by druggists to have
four special specific advantages oyer all
other remedies. foi; a cold. Fitst they
contain no quinine, nothing harsh or
sickening. Socond they bivo ' almost
instant relief. Third ple'asanf to taste,
like candy. Fourth a largo box, 48
prevontie3-.--at.25 cents. Also line fo
feverish children. Soldby Keeling.
To prnvounqnostlonnbly. and beyond any doubt,
;.,it Catarrh of tl( nnso und tlirrmt can he cured.
I mn furnlshlut; patients tlirouKh (lnwtfi'tN small
fruo TrM Iloxc.s of Dr. Slump's Cuturrli Cunt.
Ida this liccaupo Imu so certain, thai Dr. fdioop's
Cuturrli Cunt will brin actual substantial help.
Nothing certainly, Is so convlncliiK as u physical
test of any article of real, Keiiulno merit. Hut that
article nuiMt posses true merit, dsn the icq
eoiiilenu), rather than advance It. Dr. slump's
Cuturrli Curo Is u snow white, laalliiK antlwiitlf
Ifiliu, put up In Ix'aiitiful nickel capped trlass jars
at Mc. Such soothinjc intent as Oil KucalyptiM,
Thymol, Menthol, etc., are Incorporated into a
velvety, cream like IVtroIatum, imported by Dr.
fhoop from Dirope, if Catarrh of the uo unit
throat has extended Jo the stomach, (hen by all
iiiPunsalnouM- internally. Dt . shoop's Meliorative.
Slomach (list re,..-, a lack of general stieiik'tli.
bloat Inir. hclcliluir, bllinuues hud tattle, etc.
btirely cull for Dr Moop' l!etoratlvo.
V'or uucompl'ceteil catarrh only of the noseund
Voul nothing uUv, howevt r, need be umm! hut
DR. W. W. KEELING.
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The veterinary surgeon from
Falls City was up to sec a horse
that was very side belonging to
SHOOTING MATCH FRIDAY
Was a Howling Success.
To say that llandoy & Edwards had
a good shooting match is putting it
mildly. Tnere were shooters from far
Vrank Featch fsom Verdou in his
snort wagon came loaded for bear, but
as there were no bear to Bhoot for of
, course done his brst to win n few turk
I eys, and by sticking and staying got
two turkeys and a gnoso.
!" Ho also brought with him a man by
the name of Skinner, but I noticed that
he didn't skin anybody.
Then chore was Prank Farriott from
Shubert that shot with all the- vim alul
vigor he could muster up and finely
won tin prize bird, whicn was a thirty
Nemaha wjih well represented. lictU
die Euehenau and Aronee Caynes tried
hard with thoin repeaters but being out
of luck Jtcddie got a goose or two and
Arence got what the little boy shot at,
but kepi right on shooting as long as
there was anything to shoot at,
Now here conies the crack shots
from Peru, but something vvja surely
wrong as Prover Garriott shot all of
his ammunition a.way and only 'got 'a
jroese, while Edney Hcdwards got ni"
lliilce Jandlcy done fairly woll for a
scrub, but Earley Cdwards was a much
bettor shot, hut didn't win nUich. I
suppose on account of a now gnu and a
boil on his jaw.
Hilly Rargur is a wtayor if ho can't
win, but the longer ho ahot tl e more
ammunition he waSt od.
Pce.Larriott said he could shoot just
good enough to not win anything, but
like all good shooters kipt thinking 'hit
luck would change, and it did, and he
got x turkey. ' . ' .
Feorgo Gisher came in a hurry and
left his grit tit homo. It takes grit to
J bhoot, so he didn't atv.y long enough to
Darley CovorjB captured a gander
and went strutting down the road home
like a boy with now boots.
Ctev Sooper was the moBt oxeited
fellow over winning a pri.e, so much
so that he forgot to take his gun home.
Him Jandley soon shot ut and said
this was his day oil".
' Only one thing to mar the oeeuaion,
that lining one fellow made a mistake
and took another fellows gun home with
him and nevor knew the did'erwice until
aBked about it that night over the tele
phone. ; Ho much for one of the nicest shoot
I ing nmtchea we over hud.
j (Vtno again, boys, r.nd wo will give
, you tho beat we have In itOro.
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