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Try & Rider Quill ei I
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.
RIDER & QUILLER
Buy Drugs at JEtainey's
John T. Webber is having
lot of fodder shredded.
Evangelists Stine and Miller,
who have been holding: meetings
at the Antioch Christian (ihurch
near the county line southeast of
fvJpiYirilm tinvo orf tVin nVimvtv in
We get out a day earlier this mA r.; t una
week in order to geta goodready reorganized ;and now has aboUt
40 members with prospects of
A letter from E. L. Argabright further additions. Rev. J. W.
of Bolivar, Mo., was crowded out Sapp baptized eight persons Sun
this week but will be published day that made confession at this
'Gene Bradley, of the whole
sale grocery firm of Bradley-Catron
Co. of Nebraska City, was a
Nemaha visitor Wednesday.
meeting, the baptizing being held
on. the Donnelson farm in the
edge of Richardson county.
Chas. F. Zook went to Chester;
Nebr., Tuesday, to visit a sister.
From there he expects to go to
Kansas, Oklahoma, and perhaps by j. H. wheeler, secretary of
The articles of incorporation of
the Brownville, Fort Kearney &
Pacific railroad company has been
filed with the county clerk.
These papers are dated July 9,
1876. The agreement is stoned.
to Texas, looking up a location.
Christmas is coming, also a
arge assortment of rugs, which
would be appropriate as a present
;o your friends.
Edwards-Bradford Lbr. Co.
Mrs. F. L. Woodward
ing a great deal better.
Don't buy that stove until you
luve our prices. E-B. Lbr Co.
Rev. L. Morrison expects to
begin a protracted meeting at
the Methodist church Jan. 3rd.
I have a few choice stock shoats
for sale. Will weigh about 80
pounds each. B. I. Colerick.
School was dismissed Wednes
day afternoon for the holiday
vacation, lasting until Monday,
Chas. M. Woodward came up
from Kansas City Sunday to visit
his parents. He returned home
Ole Roberts was in Nemaha
with his woodsawing machine
the first of the week and worked
up lots of wood.
If you dont want to sell your
land or property dont list it with
Chambers Bros. & Hoover or
they will make you move.
Miss Bessie Washburn, one of
the teachers in the public schools
at Long rine, JNebr., arrived m
Nemaha Sunday to spend the
Harry Baldwin was feeling
strong enough to be brought up
from Verdon on the train Satur
day morning, and his improve
If you want the editor to have
a merry Christmas and a. happy
New Year, call in and .pay your
subscription a year or two in ad
vance, and see him smile.
Harry White,; .who is taking
care pf horses for , a captain in
the regular army, at Ft. Russell,
Wyoming, has recently been in
the hospital for ten days, but is
all right again. . .
If you want a quick sale list
your property with Chambers
Bros. & Hoover. Our commis
sions are reasonable and our ser
vice prompt. Office opposite
Drexel hotel, Auburn, Nebr.
Mrs. Clyde Roberts and her
son came up from Kansas City
Sunday to spend Christmas, and
Grandpa Roberts is putting in
full time taking care of the boy.
Clyde will be up this morning.
We have just learned of the
birth of a big 12 pound boy on
is feel- December 5, 1908, to Mr. and
I Mrs. Oscar L. Minick, living
near Syracuse, Nebr. Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer E. Allen went up to
Sysacuse last week to see their
John Baptist, the Armenian tms 0ld consolidation is filed at LMq af o.on h frarlirmrml
who held a series of meetings in this time is something that none claus aDDeared. in a fur coat and
cap, bushy whiskers, and with a
big pack on his back, and dis-
Nemaha four or five years ago, but the attorneys of the Burling
vas the guest of Elder Sapp ton railway can understand.
from Friday afternoon till Satur- Nebraska City News.
day afternoon, going from here
Notice is hereby given that all
quilts brought in after this date
will be charged for at the rate of
75 cents per spool.
Mrs. Fannie Yackly,
President Methodist Aid Society,
Mrs. Sallie Barker,
President Christian Aid Society.
H. L. Marshall of Verdel, Neb.,
and E. C. Wilber of Platte Cen
ter, Neb., gave us a short call
Saturday morning. They were
assisting in invoicing the stock
of the Edwards & Bradford Lum
ber Co. Mr. Marshall is pro
prietor of a paper at Verdel but
is taking a vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Clark
and Miss Daisy came down from
Glen Rock precinct Saturday and
visited frienes for a few hours
Miss Daisy and Todd are attend
ing the normal school at Peru
this year. Mr. Clark is feeding
500 sheep that he expects to ship
in about three weeks. He is not
feeding cattle this winter.
Invitations ' are out for the
wedding of Harry M. Harford
and Miss Maggie Hacker, which
will " take place at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Hacker, five and one
half miles southwest of Nemaha,
at 6 o'clock Thursday evening of
his week. Elder J. W. Sapp
will perform the ceremony.
The Methodist Sunday schoo
board met at the parsonage Tues
day evening and elected the fol
lowing otneers ior next year
Superintendent, Jno.W. Ritchey
assistant superintendent, Mrs
Louisa Stephenson;' secretary
Neva Russell; assistant secreta
ry, Neata Merritt; treasurer,
Mrs. Lillian M. Allen; librarian
Leona Liebhart; assistant libra
rian, Glendyn Crother; organist,
Grace Jar vis.
This ii Worth Reading.
Leo F. Zeliniski, of 68 Gibbon
Buflulo, N. Y., says:
4I cured the
moat annoying cold sore I over had
with Bucklen's Arnica Salve; I ap
plied this aalve once a day for two days
whon overy trace of tho sore was gone.
Heala all sorea. Sold under guarantee
at Keeling' drug store. 25c.
the Midland Pacific railroad com
pany, and w. J. Nevms, secreta
ry of :he Brownville, Fort Kear
ney & Pacific railroad company.
The two companies were consoli
dated under the title of the Ne-;
braska Railroad company
A remarkable thing happened
on the Missouri Pacific railway.
Monday. All trains were ahead
of time at the various stations
and had to wait. This thing of
being so promptly on time caused
many people to be left. Nebras
ka City News.
It is more that probable there
will be a general shaking up of
employes on this road in the near
future. This running of trains
on time is something which is
apparently against the rules of
the road and the employes guilty
of such conduct will likely be se
verely disciplined. It is more
than probable the superintendent
of the road is on a vacation, for
the trains on that pike have been
cn time now for about two con
secutive days. Plattsmouth
There was a big time at the
school house Wednesday after
noon. The rmmarv scholars went
ny ! into the intermediate department
Tho 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'a Restora
tiveis directed entirely to the cause!
of these ailments tho weak inside or
controlling nerves. It isn't so difficult
says Dr. Shoop, to strengthen a weak
stomach, heart of kidneys, if dne goes
at it correctly. Each inside orgsn has
Its coutrolling orjnaide njrve. When,
theBo norves fail, then thoso organs
must falter., These truths are lending
druggists to dispense and recommend.
Dr. Shoop's Kcatoratlvo. Teat it a few
days and seo! Improvement will follow
promptly. Sold by Keeling.
o St. Joe to hold meetings.
Married At the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Cowell, Tuesday, December
22, 1908, at 4 o'clock p. m., Mr.
ames Muril Rowen and Miss
Ada Cowell. Elder J. W. Sapp
performed the ceremony. The
wedding was a very quiet one,
only immediate relatives being
present. The young people will
ive on a farm near Howe.
A Dangerous Operation
is the removal of the appendix by a
surgeon. No one who takes Dr. King's
New Life Pills is ever subjected to this
rightful ordeal. They work so quietly
you don't feel them. They cure con
stipation, headache, billiouaness and
malaria. 25c at Keelings's drug store.
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.
Coughs that are tight, or distressing
tickling coughs, get quick and certain
help from Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy.
On this account drnggists everywhere
are favoring Dr. Shoop's Cough Rem
edy. And it is ' entirely free from
opium, oniorotorm, or any other stupe
fying drug. Tho tender leaves of a
harmless lung-healing mountainous
shrub give to Dr. Shoop's Cough Rem
edy its curativo. properties. These
leaves have the power to calm the
most distressing ' cough, and to soothe
and heal the most ' sensitive bronchial
membrane; Mothers should for safe
ty's sake, always demand Dr. Shoop'B.
It can with perfect freedom be given
to even the youngest babe. Test it
yourself and See! Sold by Keeling,
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.
Medicine That is Medicine
."I have suffered a good deal with ma
laria and stomach complaints, but I
have found a remedy that keeps me
Well, and that remedy is Electric Bit
ters; a medicine 'that is medicine for
stomach and liver-troubles and for run
down conditions," says W. C. Kestler,
of Halliday, Ark. Electric Bitters pur
Criley, photographer, Auburn
Marked for Death.
'Three years ago I was marked for
death. A grave-yard cough was tear
ing my lungs to pieces. Doctors failed
to help me, and hope had fled, when my
husband got Dr. King's New Discov
ery," says Mrs. A. C. Williams of Bac
Ky. "The first dose helped me and
improvement kept on until I gained 68
pounds in weight and my health was
fully restored." Tftis medicine holds
the world's healing record for coughs
and colds and lung and throat diseases.
It prevents pneumonia. Sold under a
guarantee at all druggists. ?oc and $1.
Trial bottle tree.
tributed Christmas cards and
bonbon boxes to every pupil who
had been good this year and ev
idently not one had been bad, as
every pupil got a present. Santa
Claus quietly whispered to us
that'the presents given were all
provided by the two teachers
Miss Bellas and Miss Bunn.
Why pay more when you can get
not only 90 fine large cups of Dr.
Shoop's Health Coffe from a 25c pack
agebut a coupoa on a 25c 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.
Clear up the old orchard and waste
places and plant some new trees?
Plant the right kind, grown by the
best nurserymen in the world,
... STARK BROS
If I have not yet called on you drop me a card and I will b e
A. R. McCANDLESS, Salesman,
Nemaha and Richardson counties. NEMAHA, NEB.
Preventics. the new Candy Cold Cure
Tablets, are said by druggists to have
four special specific advantages oyer all
other remedies for a cold. First they
contain no quinine, nothing harsh or
sickening. Second they give almost
instant relief. Third pleasant to taste,
like candy. Fourth a large box, 48
prevontics at 25 cents. Also fine fo
feverish children. Sold by Keeling.
Highest market price paid for Hides,
Lard, Tallow, etc,
Heart Strength, or Heart Weakness, racwni Norn
Nervo Weakness nothing moro. Fa.
Hlvoly, not orto weak heart In a hundred Is, In hV!
ell, actually diseased. It u almost always ft
hidden tlnv little nerve that really Is all at built,
Thl obscure nerve the Oanliac, or Heart Norva
limply necqs, ana must nave, more power, mora
more controlling, more governing
ify and enrich tla blood, tone up the
nerves and impart vigor and energy to
tho weak, Your mpnoy refunded if it
fails to help you. 50c at Keeling's.
Wo are good on the trail.
Let us offer suggestions.
In our stock you will find
Fine Watch Repairing u
R. A. II ELMER
So. Side Court Houbo Square, Auburn.
stability, more controlling.
strength. Without that tho Heart muat ooatlnu
to tall, and tho itomach and kidney alio hat
in tame controlling nerre.
ThU clearly explain why. a a medicine. Dr.
Shoot's Restorative ha In the past done to muck
for weak and ailing Heart. Dr. Shoos first sought'
the cause of all thUjpatnftu, palpitating, suflocai.
Ing heart distress. Dr. Shoop' Restorative tht
woag ana wastin
Is alone directed to tbeaa
astliif nrre centers. It rnuld!
: it onVrs real, sronulne heart hela.
It you would hare strong Hearts, strong 4.
gestlon, strsngthen these Uervn re MtaEMasY
them as needed, with
DR. W. W. KEELING.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINIS
In the matter of the estate of DavM May,
The State of Nebraska, County of Nemaha, s.s
To Eln ina May, William A, May, Harry May
Charles D. May , Clarence May, Jacob W. May
Carrie May, Orville May, Virnia Chester, Goorge
Cheater, John May, Elva B. Whltaker, Leonard
Whlttaken Floyd Whitakcr. William Whltaker.
Alzada Winters, E. J. Winters, Middleton May.
and Mollie May, and to all persons interested in
the estate of David May, deceit ad.
Notice in hereby given that David H. Mc
Laughlin has filed a petition praying that admin
istrator of said estate be granted to S. W. Mc
Grcw. as administrator: that tho hoaring thereof
has been fixed for the 13th day of January, A. D'
1009, at 10 o'clock a. m- at the county court
room of said county, in Auburn, when you and all
persons interested may ai stfrf and show cause, if
there be any, why the prb a: of aaid petition
should not be granted, and unless you bo appear
the court may grant tho prayer of said petition,
or appoint some other suitable person, and make
all proper orders for due administration pf said
Witness my hand nad seal of said court this 7th
day of December, A. D. 1908.
(Seal. W. C. PARRIOTT.
doclS , County Judge.
Livery & Feed Stable
Commercial Trade Specialty
City Dray in connection with the
J. A. SHIVELY,
W. W. FRAZIER. If. D.
Physician and Surgeon
AH culls promptly attomlett