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NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER L, 1899.
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School begins next Monday.
Id papers for sale at this ofllce.
Coba for Bale. Call at tlio feed store.
Tho candidates weio thick Thursday.
See the J. B. Stltson hats at Ander
son's. D. 0. Miller came in
primaries Saturday of
A. new line of hats and caps at An
derson's. Croquet sets
for sale at Keeling'
Have you seen tho beautiful glass
ware at Anderson's.
Base ball", bate and accessories at
Keeling's drug store.
P. G. Swan is p new addition to the
list of Advertiser readers.
Keeling'n drug store has just received
a stock of fresh paint.
Mr. and Mtb. Henry Ilartwick re
turned to Omaha Snndav.
Ed E. Sunders, editor of the Shubert
Citizen, was in town Wednesday.
Mrs. Bcrgsma and son, of Shubert,
visited Mrs. J. B. Hoover Saturday.
For sale A fine driving toam.buggy
and harness. Inquire of Win. llossell,
Prof. Shuck, of Stella, has been
vijiting with his uncle, C. Shuck, for
Henry Soid went to Des Moines,
Jowa, the first of tho week, to attend
tho Iowa state faii-r- ' x
If you want to buy n hammock call
at Keeling's drug store and inspect the
nice ones they have.
John ft. Doyf, of the AtohisonCoun
ty Journal, ltockport, Mo., gave us a
social call last Saturday.
Miss Ona Tourtelott, of Lincoln, has
been visiting Nemaha friends and reh
atives for seveinl days.
W. W. Colo went to Pawnee City
last Sat u i day to visit his funnily, re
turning 1'uesday morning.
W. T. Earhart and family, who have
been vibjf.ig It. J Duff ,i family.re
turned to Kansas Tuesday.
Mr. Lieohait, of Uietna, Neb, is
visiting Ills daughters, Mrs. Ed Max
well and Mrs. Frank Titus.
Leslie Woodward visited his brotfter
(.h.iriey, at Hasting?, several dajs last
week and the (list of this week.
T. II. Jnes, of Howe, last week
sofd his sorrel team to MoBrayer &
Owen, Ilumillon, Mo. Consideration
Mrs. M J, Woodward, who has been
visiting a mother in Iowa for several
weeks, returned to Nemaha Fuday of
The ladies uelongir.g to the ladies
cornet baud of Uockport, Mo., wero
flie guests of Miss Veva Clark Satur
Mr. Mclntyro, of Nebraska City, was
in Nemaha Monday, looking after tho
apple business. Ho WOnt to Shubert
the sum day.
Mrs. M. J. Woodward and Miss
Ethel Morrison, who have been visit
ing in Nemaha for some time, returned
to Itniiua City Thmsday.
Hbv. Mr. Hives, of Oklahoma, broth
er in-law of Mrs. Earle Gilbert, is vis
iting liis son, Coy Uiyes, and other Ne
maha relatives and friends.
Old papers for sale at this ofllce,
will be held at Tho Advertiser offlcoj
Saturday, Sept. Oth, from 4 until 7
o'clock. Nemaha precinct is entitled
to nine delegates. It is recommended
that th primary nominate a precinct
ticket and select a judge and a clerk of
MEETING OF OLD SETTLERS.
Tno annual meeting of the Nemaha
County Old Settlers' association will bo
hold at Tho Advertiser office Saturday
Sept. Oth, at 2 o'clock p. mM for tho
election of ollicers for tho ensuing year
and tho transaction of such other-busi-ueSB
as may properly come before tho
meeting. All persons who came to
Nebraska previous to its admission as
a stale aie qualified to becomo mem
bcrs of the association.
Mrs J. L. Mclvin, who has been
visiting in Nemaha for about three
weoks, started for herhome iuGuthrio
Oklahoma, Friday morning.
Jake Shuck brought us in some sam
ples of cucumbers Wednesday that aie
curiosities. Two aro double cucum
bers, one lias three and another one
live, all giown together. No wonder
Jake is putting up so many pickles.
George Greene had a bud runaway
Wednesday afternoon. He had beei.
to Auburn and was. coming home on
the Brownvlile road. His aunt, Mrs.
Mary Klttell, was with him A short
distance this side the Nemaha river
the horse started to run. Part of the
harness broke, letting the buggy run
on the horse, and it began to kick.
George got tlia horse eheckr d and Mrs.
Kittell jumped out, but the horse start
ed to run and one wheel struck Mrs.
Kittell, throwing her to the ground
and injuring her badly. The horse
soon upset the buggs, broke loose with
only the shafts hanging to it. and r,in
"to Mr. Coulter's farm, where It ran in
tho barn. Goorgo was kicked in the
head once or t ice and has a cut about
two inches long in his forehead, Mrs
Kittell was unconscious for some time
but llnally rallied and was brought
home. Her Injuries are severe. The
noise was not hurt but the harness is
a total wreck, the shafts are broken
into numerous pieces, and the buggy
top is lopsided and has a badly demor
25 Cleats to Jan. 1900.
In older to secure several thousand
new subscriber, The Semis Weokly
State Journal will be mailed postpaid
from now until Jan. 1, 1000, for only
25 cents. It's a big-paper and this is
a big offer. All tlnough the fall cam
paign up to moo for a quarter. Twice
a week, and away ahead of the old
weokly. Its markets alone are worth
this. Send in stamps. Tho sooner
you send tho more papers you will
receive. Address, Nebraska State
Journal, Lincoln, Neb.
No Right to Ugliness
The woman who is lovely in face,
form and temper will always havo
friends, but one who would bo uttraci
live must keep her health. If she is
weak, sickly and all run down sho will
bo netvous nud irritable. If she has
constipation or kidney trouble her im
pure blood will caiibo pimples.blotches,
skin eruptions and a wretched complex
ion. Electric Bittois is tho best medis
cine in the world to regulate stomach,
liver and kidneys and to purify the
blood. It gives strong nerves, bright
eyes, smooth velvety skin, rich com
plexion. It will make a Kood-lnokini?.
unarming woman oi a run-down inval
id. Only 50o at Keeling's drug store.
Money to Loan
On good farms nt as low rate of in
terest as tho lowest and the best of
terms. Call and see us
Gilmori:, Gilj.an & Buuniws.
I will buy hogs at Nemaha and Mc
Candless Siding Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of each week. Highest
market prices paid.
Hanky K. McCandluss.
Old Settlers Picnic
On account of the rain last Saturday
the old Bettlots picnic was postponed
unt'! Thursday. Early Thursday
"""'B me lei"u "'" comiiiik to
town and by ton o'clock there was a
big crowd. Tho parade started from
tho opera houso at ten, marched south
two blocks, west thioe blocks.north one
block and east to tho northeast corner
of tho park. The parade was headed
by the Auburn band. Noxt came tho
old settlers in carriages, then members
of the G. A. It., followed by ninety
young ladies and girlB representing tho
states, territories, Hawaiian Islands,
Cuba, Portl Blco, Philippines, Sulu,
and other islands acquired from Spain,
and a number of tho larger cities in
tho United States. A number of
smaller boys and girls camu behind.
Ail carried small Hags. Then came
the Woodmen of the World dressed
in long robes, headed by tho past Con
sul Commander, Dr. Keeling, wearing
a wig of long white hair and a whito
beard. After this was tho Highlander
lloat, on which wero some of the ollicers
f Uunruven oastla mound a "u lugee"
a ho wiw trying to ridu the gout tho
latter beluga live one ot imposing np
louraiiro. Following the float wero
a number of members ot the cuatlo.
.ll the Highland ra wore the reguhc
.ion tiouich plaid sashed and caps.
I'lie il.mt if Dr. Gaither, snowing be
fore and after tteattneut, Keeling's
drug stoie.Tho Advertiser, and Korkor
& Hoover's meat market came next,
with ono of Johns Hoover's sheep
biinging up the rear. The parade was
At 10:30 tho exercises began on the
ground. After .nusic by the band
prayer was offered by Rev. John Gals
higher of Auburn, An anthem was
sung by the Nemaba singers. Ex
Gov. Furaus then delivered tho address
of welcome in fitting terips. Miss Ona
Tourtelott told how .Browu got Ida
hair cat. Hon J Sterling"-Morton, of
Nebraska City, ox'-secretary of agri
culturg, delivered a tine address, but
could not refrain from giving his
views on the money and corporation
questious, which was thought to bo
out of place at a meeting of this kind
There wero two songs by the Nemaha
singers and music by the band during
the program. Adjournment was then
taken for dinner.
At 1;30 the audience was again
called to older. Mit-s O.ia Tourtelott
gave several recitations in a splendid
manner. The ladieV quartette the
Misses Dye, Miss Leach and Miss Heed
sang two or three songs that pleased
every one. It W Furnas made brhif
but appropriate remark in memory of
the piouoers who havo passed to the
other shore during the past your. J II
Dundns talked but took so much time
in complaining because "politics and
religion" had been prohibited that he
DR. W. W. KEELING,
invites the continued pationage of the
citizens ot Nemaha and vicinity. Tho
patrons may bo assured of receiving
fair treatment. A good line of
and druggist's Hiuulries always kept in
stock. Also latest patterns in
A good stock of
in handsome designs and latest styles.
handsome line of
A full stock of
PAINTS AND OILS
If you want anything in our line call
and see us. Prices guaranteedright.
didn't have much time left to talk
about anything else. John evidently
thinks ho can't talk at all uuless ho
talks politics. One of the best ad
dresses wo havo listened to for a long
time was made by Prof. F. G. Ilawx
by. It mado in feel proud thatFied
wiib a Nemaha boy.
Tho gamo of baso ball was between
the Auburn and Kulo teams. It was a
good gamo of ball. The score was 7 te
4 in favor of Auburn.
Mrs. Galthor, Misses Floronce and
Lillian Mlnlck, Miss Vova Clark, Miss
Grace Paris, and Messrs G N and Ed
Sanders were the Nemaha BliiRori.with
Miss May Gait her as organist. Miss
Eustace was organist fertile Dye quar
Ona great complaint mado was that
tho speakers could not be heard. Theie
ate several reasons for this. It is
hard lor a npeaknr to make himself
heurd by a largo crowd in thoopea air.
Then a large numlmr of tho people ap
parently wanted to visit and did not
seem to realize that tiieir talking kept
others from hearing tho spenkors. But
tlio woist nuisance was the balloon
whistle. No voice, however strong,
could be heard abovtf the whistle.
The picnic was a great mioessB if it
did havo to he postponed,
Tho comment was freijuonlly heard
that this was tho best picnio thespeak
er had ever attended. The program
was ceitalnly a splendid on
Ono of tho attractlvo features was
the displuy of fruit, corn, pumpkins,
squashes, etc. Tho di&play was small
Mrs. W. II. Rhodes, of St. Joo.camo
to Nemaha tho latter part of hiBt week
to attend the old settlers picnic and
visit fiionds for a few days. Sho went
to Omaha Tuesday. Sho was Hie
guest df Mrs. F. L. Woodward while,
, J". B. Berger, who.luia.baan very Bick
for lame tfmo' with heart disease.-'iB
considerably better and in making prep
arations to go to Galveston, Texas,
and nw Pries
To my patrons and friends I wish to say
I am located in my new store.
I have a nice line of New Goods,
DRY GOODS, HATS AND GLOVES,
HARDWARE and GROCERIES,
and at prices to suit the times.
I want one and all to come and examine
Thanking you for past favors, I hope to
see all of you and your friends at my new
place of business.
N. R. ANDERSON."'
3T Tfc?- Jk3FI.3a0iS,3EM3Fl.O3ErC
"4' 'y!- f,,,,v'W'Siv tun
J. P. S Clark, of Memlvllut, l'a ,
nrrived in Nemaha TIiuimI.iv tnoinliiu,
on a visit to lilt) neico, Mrs CoiaUi oth
er, and other telntlves and fi lends,
H. T. Kvans lost, a bill book with
light leather cover ono day this week.
Ho also lost a key chain. The finder
of cither of these articles will pleuso
leave at this ofllce.
Glendyn Crothor found some small
whito gourds a few days ago and camu
running to tho houso to show his
mother what nice eggs t,e had found,
with handles to them.
Tho continot for building the new
court heiiflo has been awarded to V .
M. Bowels & Co., of Omaha, Tor
$40,832. The walls will bo built of
Nemaha county Htono.
Charley Snow thinks tho best wav
for tlio fusinnistd to do in order to g t
rid of thu trouble about the clerk' of
fice is to nomlnato an outsider, and ho
is willing to bo oHeiud up as a suorillco
Our people wero greatly disappoint)!
last Saturday in not having tho privil
ege. Of hearing Congressman Buikett
talk, but he has promised to come Duck
in the future and make an add ten
Ho had an engagement lor Thursday
of this we(k or lie would liavu been
hero then. A
Mrs. Estella Haines, slstor-of Mrs.
Ben Coleriek and Mrs. John Ktiiulif ,
died at her home in Nelniihkn City
Tuosdny, of quick oo'immption, aged
2-1 years, 5 mon'hs uud 18 days Shti
leaves a husband and three small cli'l.
dron, thu youngest only one year old.
Mr. and Mrs. Knight drove to ths city
Tu'sduy aftornouu to attend thu fun
These are danuoioiH times for tlio
health. Croupe, colds and throat
troubles lead rapidly to Consumption.
A. bottle ol' One Minute Cough Gum
iWd nMhfi,rt)tfviul'i5'H;l l mmi'w
life, health. 'Hid it largo' moontoT
money. Plesuut to take; children
likoit Keeling, the druggist.
Coffins and Caskets
FincKt Iloaive in the comity.
Best line of Undertakers' GooiU.