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for Xmas Candies and Nuts, Bon
bon Boxes, Fruit, Oranges, Pine
apples, Grapes, and other things
not mentioned in this ad.
Please give us a call whether
you buy or not.
Jimmy Curtis went to Peru
If you know an item of news
tell the editor about it.
Call and see us especially if
you are owing us anything.
Mrs. John Watson has been on
the sick list. She is getting some
I have a few choice stock shoats
for sale. Will weigh about 80
pounds each. B. I. Colerick.
Mrs. Wm. H. Hoover and Miss
Helen started fpr Denver Tues
day morning totepend the winter.
F. L. Woodward suffered se
verely with neuralgia two or
three days thig week, but is now
The Edwards & Bradford Lum
ber Co. are taking their annual
invoice. Auditor Beaver is as
sisting. J. H. Littrell went to Nebraska
City Wednesday afternoon and
from there to Omaha the next
Mrs. Harry Gongwer returned
home Wednesday, after a few
days' visit with friends at Shen
W. W. Liebhart sold six of his
Plymouth Rock chickens to a man
at Adams for $13. He shipped
The.old stone crossing between
the Christian church and the
park has been taken up and a
plank crossing put in.
I at m ST
Beginning Monday, Dec, 21st
I will sell everything in stock ex
cept Sugar, Coffee, Candies and
Cigars at absolute cost. This in
cludes Dry Goods, Notions, Boots
and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gro
ceries, Canned Goods, Queens
ware, etc. everything except as
above specified. Call and see us
Go to Rider & Quiller's for flour
Don't buy that stove until you
hive our prices. E-B. Lbr Co.
Jacob West of Brownville pre
cinct gave us a pleasant call
John C. Shuck came in from
Auburn Tuesday and is visiting
his brothers, Jake and Phil.
Mrs. C. P. Scovill has been
very sick for several days, threat
ened with spinal meningitus, but
was some better yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kimmet
arrived in Nemaha Wednesday
morning to visit and rest up for
A letter from A, R. Titus, who
has a hardware store at Blairs-
burg, Iowa, says he is getting
along fine and having a good
N. B. Catlin came down from
Peru Tuesday forenoon, going
down to his farm south of town.
He returned home Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Marlatt of
Brownville started for Chapman,
Kansas, last Friday, to spend
the winter with their daughter,
Sunday night Dr. Frazier made
two trips to Brownville, one to
Verdon, one in the country, be
sides two or three in cown. As
the doctor had been up four
nights previously, he felt slightly
Buy Drugs at Rainey's
Mrs. Chas. M. Woodward came
up from Kansas Cily, Mo., Tues
day to help care for her mother-in-law,
Mrs. F. L. Woodward.
The landlord of the Park hotel
wishes it understood that the of
fice is for the benefit of his
customers, and loafers, bums and
dogs are not welcome.
Christmas is coming, also a
large assortment of rugs, which
would be appropriate as a present
to your friends.
Edwards-Bradford Lbr. Co.
A Dangerous Operation
is the removal of the uppendix by a
Burgeon. No one who takes Dr. King's
New Life Pills is ever subjected to this
frightful ordeal. They work so quietly
you don't feel 'chem. They cure con
stipation, headuche, billiousness and
malaria. 25c at Keelings's drug store.
Mrs. F. L. Woodward, who is
suffering severely with rheu
matism, was worse the latter
part of last week and the first of
this week, but was feeling some
All persons indebted to me are
requested to call and settle by
cash or note, as I am bound to
collect in order to pay my bills
by the last of the year.
We need every cent due us.
For over three months the editor
has been on the sick list, and
consequently expenses have run
up. If you owe on subscription
call in and pay.
The Methodist and Christian
Sunday schools will have appro
priate exercises at the respective
churches next Thursday night-
Christmas eve. We understand
there will be a public Christmas
tree at the Christian church.
Both Sunday schools will treat
the children to candy, nuts, etc.
If you are going to have your
parlor, dining room, bed rooms
or kitchen papered or painted,
you don't have to go out of town
to get it done on account of high
price. Call on me or phone No.
40 end see if I can't convince you
that Hadlock will do it: 500 pat
terns to select from.
Mrs. G. Mahle died at her home
in Brownville at 2 o'clock a. m.
Tuesday, December 15, 1908.
Mrs. Mahle was one of the old
settlers, and few made so many
friends or are so highly esteemed
for their many good qualities as
was the deceased. She had a
bronchial affection, with compli
cation of heart trouble and the
infirmities of old age.
Mrs. M. C. Scott, who has re
cently moved into her new home,
desires through the Advertiser to
thank the people who were so
kind and helpful to her in giving
financial assistance after her for
mer home was destroyed by the
cyclone. She has a good home
now, and appreciates the kind
ness of those by whose help the
building of the home was made
Coughs that nro tight, or distressing
tickling cougha, get quick and ccrtuin
help from Dr. Snoop's Cough Kemedy.
On this account drntrgists everywhere
are favoring Dr. Shoop's Cough Rem
edy. And it ia entirely free from
opium, chloroform, or nny other stupe
fying drug. Tho tender leaves of
harmless lung-healing mountainous
shrub give to Dr. Shoop's Cough Rem
edy' its curative properties. Theso
leuveH have tho power to calm tho
most distressing cough, and to soothe
and heal tho most Honaitivo bronchial
membrane. Mothers should for safe
ty'a aKo, always demand Dr. Shoop's.
It can with perfect freedom bo given
to evm tho youngest babe. Test it
Hats, Ribbons & Trimmings
AT WAY DOWN PRICES.
Prices on all stocking Caps left 25 els. each. A largo Hue of
Scarfs half price, going fast; a line of Jewelry and Stamped Good
for Christmas giving, also Caps and Bonnets for little ones. Cal
and see me.
Wm. E. Smiley went to Au
b n Monday.and filed complaint
against Ed Gilliland, a recent
resident of Nemaha, charging
him with selling a team on which
Mr. Smiley held a mortgage.
Mr. Gilliland, who now lives in
Richardson county, has sold the
team, it is said, to Steve Chance,
from whom he bought it.
This is Worth Reading.
Leo F. Zeliniski, of 68 Gibbor, st..
Buflalo, N. Y., says: ,lI cured the
most annoying cold sore I ever had
with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I ap
plied this salve once a day for two days
when every trace of tho sore was gone.
Heals all sores. Sold under guarantee
at Keeling '8 drug store. 25c.
High Grade Sew-
Rl i- 1
lllg lVlaCilineS at lOW
prices and easy
terms. Ten years
price on time as for
cash One Price to
The old fashioned way of dosing a
weak stomach, or stimulating the heart
or kidneys is all wrong. Dr. ' Shoop
first pointed out this error. This is why
his prescription Dr. Shoop's Restora
tiveis directed entirely to the cause
of these ailments the weak inside or
controlling nerves. It isn't "so difficult
says Dr. Shoop, to strengthen a weak
stomach, heart of kidneys, if one goes
at it correctly. Each inside orgnn has
its coutrolling or inside nirve. When
these nerves fail, then those organs
must falter. These truths are leading
druggists to dispense and recommend
Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Teat it a few
days and see! Improvement will follow
promptly. Sold by Keeling.
NOTICE OP ATTACHMENT
E. E. Bovcrlln will take notice that on the IBt
day of December, A. D. 1908, tin. F. Horn, a juah
Ucc of the peace within ana for Doujrlaa precinct
iii Nemaha county. Nebraska, issued an order of
attachment for the sum of $115.15, in an action
pending before him, wherein bdwurd Whceldon is
plaintilf and E. E. Bvverlin is defendant: that
property of the defendant consisting of the fol
lowing nrticles: 1 Champion ramie stove, 1 center '
able and 1 kitchen table. 1 Crown Oak heating
Mtovo, C dining room chairs, 1 dining room table.
chairs, 2 dressers, 2 commodes, 1 iron beds tend '
with mattress and springs, 1 Edison phonograph ,
with 70 records. 1 cotton rug. 1 ingrain carpet.and
I ice box refrigerator, 1 Banitary cot, 3 rocking
.1 pairs of lace curtains, has been attached under
said order. Said cause, was continued to the autn
day of January. UK)9, at 10 o'clock a. m.
EDWARD WHEELDON, Plaintiff.
By Stull & Hawxby, Ills attorneys. 12-18-3t
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINIS
In the matter of the estate of David May, de
Tho State of Nebraska, County of Nemaha, s.a
To Elmlna May. William A. May. Harry May
Charles D. May , Clarence May, Jacob W. May
Carrie May, Orvllle May, Vlrni. Uhcter. ucorge
Chester, John May. ElVa II. Whitaker, Leonard
Whittaker. Floyd Whitaker, William Whitaker,
Alzada Win tors. E. J. Winter, Mlddleton May,
and Mollie May. and to all persona interested in
the citato of Dvid May, decoised.
Notice is hereby given that David H. Mc
Laughlin has filed a petition praying that admin
istrator of aald estate begrantcvl to S. W. Mc
Grew, as administrator: that the hearing thereof
has been fixed for the 13th day of January, A. D'
11)09. at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county court
room of said county, in Auburn, when you and aU
persons interested may appear and show cause, if
there be any, why tho prayer of said petition
should not be granted, and unless you mi appear
tlie court may grant the prayer of attld petition,
or appoint some other suitable person, ami make
all proper ordera for due administration of said
Witness my hand ami seal of said court this 7th
day of December, A. D. 1908.
HRAt.. W. C. PAimiOTT.
ilfclH County Judge.
lllgliOHt miukot pt Ice pulil for Hidon,
MRS. THEO HILL.
1P YOU FEEL
As to who is the
latest in iewelrv,
watches or diamonds
remember our stock
is a perfect educa
tion and we are at
3 our service.
R. A. HELMER,
So. side Court House
Marked for Death.
"Three vcars ago I was marked for
ath. A grave-vard couch was tear-
ing my lu:.gs to pieces Doctors failtd
to neIP me ant hone had fled, when my
, husband got Dr. King's New Discov-
i ery, says Mrs. A. (j. Williams of Bac
Ky. "The first dose helped me and
improvement kept on until I gained 58
pounds in weight and my health was
fully restored." Tnis medicine hold
the world's healing recoi d for couahJ
and colds and lung and throat diseases.
It prevents pneumonia. Sold under a
guarantee at all druggists. ?nc and $1.
Trial bottle tree.
Hand Mat'e Harness a Specif Ity
Livery & Feed Stable
Commercial Trade a Specialty
City Dray in connection with the
J. A. SHIVELY,
Often The Kidneys Are )
Weakened by Over-Work.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
It used to be considered that only
urinary and bladder troubles were to be
traced to tue kidneys,
but now modern
science proves that
nearly all diseases
have- their beginning
in the disorder of
these most important
The kidneys filter
and purify the blood
that is their work.
Therefore, when your kidneys are weak
oc out of fcrder, you can understand how
quickly ybHtr entire body is affected and
how every organ seems to fail to do its
If you are sick or " feel badly,' begin
taking tfie great kidney remedy, Dr.
Kihnetti Swamp-Root, because as 60011
a your kidneys are well they will help
all the other organs to health. A trial
will convince anyone.
If you are sick you can make no mis
take by first doctoring your kidneys.
The mild and the extraordinary effect of
Dr, Kilmer' Swamp-Root, the grcoi
kidney remedy, is 60on realized. It
stands the highest for its wonderful curea
of the most distressing cases, and.issold
oil its merits by all
dniguiatsiu fifty-cent i
and one-dollar lze
bottles. You inayPha
nave n Mmpte uouie HwMetBww.a.Roei
by until free, also a pumnhlct telling you
how to find out If you have kidney or
uiiiMwci irummvr iuciiwuii mis paper
vhen writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., nu.
lumton, N. Y. Don't muke any mistake
but remember tho name, Sv imp. Root'
Dr, Kilmer' Swatnp-Koot, and the ml'
llriU Hltiutlululnn Vj .. . ..."