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NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FUIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1899.
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Tlie corn crop is immense.
Eggs, 11 cents per dozen.
OKI pupcra for sale at tliis office.
Butter is 20 cents a pound nnd scatco
A I Morton went to Edgar Saturday,
J. II. Linn iB now working at the
Gasoline at Keeling' drug store. 20
ce :la pet gallon.
The f unionists hold their convention
at A u On i n Saturday.
Go to Keellng'3 drug store for school
supplies, tablets, crayons, etc.
Call at Mrs. Fait hank's Opening and
set) those handsome Pattern Hats.
Work has been commenced on the
foundation for the new court liouso.
Rev. C. II. Gilmore went to Lincoln
Monday to attend the annual Methodist
Mrs. F. L. Woodward went to Hust
ings .Monday to visit her son, Charley
Hairy Nicholls came in from Paw
nee City Friday of last week, returning
Mia. Pomeioy started lor Bedford,
low n, on Wednesday, to see her father,
who Ks very sick.
Mis. J tunes Iliatt went to Falls City
Monday morning to see her daughter,
who is very wick.
Dr. Gaithur reports tho birth on the
lSih mst. of a tine boy to Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. G Deurleldi.
Itev. James Iliatt is mowing the
grass and cleaning up the cemetery.
He is doing a good job.
Lester Poland went to Auburn
Thursday after a stray mule that has
been gono several weeks.
Mart May and daughter and August
Quiller and wife went to Omaha Mon
day to take in the exposition.
Wanted All kinds of cattle that
will do to leed.
A L P. TnoMrsoN', Bracken.
Wo have had tlueo light frosts in
low placeri during tho past week, but
no particular d.tm.tge has been dono.
Mr and Mr John Clark started for
Smith coiiiity, Kansas, Wednesday, to
isitthe Clark boys and Sam Barnes
Mrs. Huntington will have a public
sale of lift household goods at her res
idence on Saturday, Sept. 30th. begin
ning at 1 o'clock p. m.
II. W. Carson, conductor, who runs
between Nebraska City and AtchlBon,
is taking a vucation of twenty days.
Mr. Johnson takes his placo.
John Shuck and family, of Iona,
Kansas, atrlved in Nemaha Tuesday,
ou a visit to old friends. Mr. Shuck
is a nephew of C. bliuck.
Fay Galther went to liiownvillelast
Saturday morning and took John li.
Lewis' place as D. & M. agent, while
the latter attended tho republican
county convention at Auburn.
Itev. E. S. Murphy, of Auburn will
hold service at tho Episcopal chuioh
irt Nemaha Sunday, Sept. '1 lib, at 11
o'clock a. in, Every ia invited.
Geo. L. Kennedy, of London precinct,
gave us a social call Wednesday after
noon. He waa interview iug the fusion
foices regarding his chance for the
nomination for county treasurer, and
received considerable encouragement.
The republican caucus for tho nomi
nation of precinct ofllcers and the rec
ommendation of a judge and clerk of
election will be hold at The Advertiser
olllco Saturday of this week at 3 o'clock
p. m. Every republican in the pro-,
cinct is urged to bo present.
Mrs. 11. L. Keister went to Omaha
Monday to havo au operation per
formed at the St. Joseph hoBpital for a
throat troublo which has bothered herJ
for a long time.
"The Nutmeg' Is tho tinmo of our
now monthly family magazine, pub
lisheJ at 20 cttnts a year, and in order
to introduce the paper, we will send it
(I months for 10 cents. Sample copy
mailed for two cent stamp. Cunnings
ham & Litchlield, Stamford, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. David Fr.vz.ier Btarted
for Prosperity, Mo.. Monday. They
havo rented their farm to Geo. Swope
and say they do not intend to soil it as
they expect to come back hare some
time in the future and make their
homo hero. Tho Advertiser will keep
them posted on tho Nemaha uews.
The populists nominated tho follow
ing precinct ticket Wednesday:
For justice of tho peace Dr W W
For constable D J Thompson.
Fer assessor J W Webber.
Bond overseers Dist. No. 32 Ellis
Young; Dist. No. 33. Ed Stiors; Dist.
No. 34. John C Stokes.
Dr. J.'L. Calliaon, the Stella dentist
will be at Nemnhn next Monday, for
the purpose of doing dental work in
all its branches. Olllco at hotel.
VV.W. Sanders. Notary Public. Pen
sions papers of all kinds made out no
curately. Legal documents drawn up
All business given prompt and careful
25 Oonts to Jan. 1900.
In order to secure several thousand
new subscriber, Tho SomisWeokly
State Journal will be mailed postpaid
from now until Jan. 1, 1000, for onlj
25 cents. It's ft big- paper and this is
a big offer. All through the fall cam
paign up to 1000 for a quarter. Twice
a week, and away ahead of the old
weekly. Its markets alono are worth
this. Send in stamps. Tho sooner
you send tho more papers you will
receive. Address, Nebiaska State
Journal, Lincoln, Neb.
Old papers for sale at this olllco,
No Rigiit to Ugliness
The woman who ia lovely in faco,
form and temper will always have
friends, but one who would bo attract
tlve must keep her health. If she is
weak, sickly and nil run down she will
bo norvou-j and irritable. If alio has
constipation or kidney trouble her im
pure blood will cause pimplcs.blntches,
akin eruptions and a wretched complex
ion. Electric Dittoia ia the best tuedis
cino in the world to regulate stomach,
liver and kidnpys and to purify the
blood. It gives atrong nerves, bright
eyes, smooth velvety akin, tich com-
plexion. It will make a good-looking,
charming woman of a run-down inval
id. Only 50c at Keeling's drug store.
Flour & Wheat Exchange
and Flour for sale
at the Keeling building.
Cobs for Bale. Call at tho feed store.
I will bay hogs at Nemaha and Mo
Candless Siding Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of each week. Highest
market prices paid.
IIauuy K. McCandlkss.
The Royal Highlanders now havo
Hoover's opera house in charge and
rent it at reasonable prices for any le
gitimate entertainment. Applications
hould be made to W. W. Sanders,
Don't get scared when your heart
troubles you. Most likely you suffei
fro'n indigestion. Kndol Djspepsia
Cure digests what you eat. It will cure
every foun of dyspepsia. Keeling.
Grandma Gulp was ninety years old
Inst Saturday and her daughter, Mrs.
Yates, invited a few of tho friends to
a birthday dinner. G minima Gulp
thoroughly enjoyed tho presence of her
children, grandchildren uud great
grandchildren nnd her friends. Sho is
very active for an old lady and does n
great doal of work yet. Tho following
guests weio present: Mcsdamos John
Maxwoll, Coons, Brlmblo, Watsou,
Solcs.Yackley.Crim, Chapman, Lemon,
Llttroll, Mrs David Fra.ler, Mis Walt
Maxwell and family, MIbb Sallie Coons,
Miaa Emma Crlra, Eddio Yaokley.
John E, Crotherand Oliver C. Croth-
ordrovoto Auburn Wednesday to be
present at the reading of the will of
their mother, Mrs. M. II. Crothor.
Mrs. Faii-bank will have lier
PALL AND WINTER
FPIMY AND SATURDAY, Sept. 22 and 23.
All tho now and latest stylos in
STREET AMD TRIMMED HATS.
The largest and bost lino
Renieniber the date:
NiaiAHA, Neb., Sept. 20, 1809.
To whom it may concern:
1 hereby give notice not to buy, rant
or trade in any f oi m of Hatty IJ. Jar
via for tho southeast quarter of tho
southeast quarter f sec. M, townBhlp
J, rango 15, as it is illegally deeded nnd
1 will not relinquish my title or inter
est therein. 1. J. Jakvis.
Call in and see us if you want to
subscribe for any paper published in
the United States.
Mr. S. A. Fnckler, Editor of the
Mioanopy (Fla.) Hustler, with his wilo
anil children, suffered terribly lrom
LaGrippe. One Minute Cough Cure
was the only remed that helped them.
It acted qufoklv. Thousands of others
use this remedy as a apecillo for La
Grippe, and Its exhausting alter effects
Keeling, tho druggist.
Are grand hut hkin eruptions lob life
of joy. Bui'kltii'a Ainica Salvo euros
them ; also old, i mining and fever sores,
ulcers, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
bruises, burns, bcitlda, chapped hands,
chilblains. Best pile cine on o.iith.
Drives out pains and ashes. Only 2'c
a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
DR. W. W. KEELING,
invites the continued patronage of the
citizens ot Nemaha and vicinity. Tho
pultons may ho assured of receiving
lair treatment. A good lino of
and druggist's sundries always kept in
stock. Also latest patterns in
A good stock of
in handsome designs and latest styles.
A handsome line of
A full stock of
PAINTS AND OILS
If you want anything In our line call
and see us. Prices fjuaranteediight.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Merger, Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Lorance nnd tholr neico,
Ethel Parker, nnd William Bossoli
Btarted for Galveston, Texas, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Btrger have made their
homo in Nemaha for the past three and
ono-lialf years, making tholr home un
til last spring with their dnughter.Mrs.
W. W. Sanders. In tho spring they
built a residence nnd moved in. This
aununor Mr. Merger's health has been
so poor that the physicians advised
him to go south lor tho winter, and ho
decided to go.
I wish to say to tho ladios of Nema-
ha and vicinity that 1 do dressmaking
nnd Boliclt their patronage. All work
guaranteed. At residence of Dr.
Gaithor. Jkhnii: Calvin.
of Pattern Hats in tho city.
Sept. 226. and 23d, 1899.
Tho populists at their primary on
Wednesday elected the following dole
gates from Nemaha precinct to the
county convention to bo hold at Au
burn Sarurday: John I Dressier, John
S Stevenson, Win Moore, Win Ander
son, F Q Ilawxby, Geo E Dye.
Tho democrats elocted tho following
delegates: W M Swan. J II Littroll,
Dr Jitmes Kay, W F Keeling, Dr W W
Keeling, Joseph Stlllwell.
Wo get The Advortlner out oarliei
than usual this week, as tho editor was
elected the lay delegate to the annual
conference of tho Methodist Episcopal
church at the last quarterly conference
of tho Iirownvillo, Nemaha and liothel
charge. He goes to Lincoln Thurs
day night. The lay conference meets
Friday at2:.'ll) p. in.
The following has been handed us
Those threo young men at church
last Sunday morning had bettur not
lepeat such behavior or they will bo
indicted. This ia just a wanting.
These are daniioroiis tunes
health. Croupe, colds and
tumbles lead rapidly to Consumption.
A bottle of One Minute Cough Cure
used at the right tunc will preserve
life, health, and a large amount of
money. Plensant to take; childieu
liko it Keeling, the druggist.
Bismark's Iron Norvo
Was the icsult of Ins splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous oner
gy aio not found where stomach, liver,
kldnoy and bowels are out of order. If
ou want these qualities and the sue
cess they luing use Dr King's Now Life
Pills. They develop every power ol
brain and body Only 25c at Keoling's
Horrible agony is caused by Piles,
Ruins and Skin Diseases. These are
immediately relieved and quickly cured
by DeWltt's Witch Hazfil Salve Be
wareot worthless imitations. Keeling
SOUTH AURURN, NEBRASKA.
Hardware, Furniture, Coffins and Caskets
-r ..ZH l ":j." Uintortaking and I
Pb vAr,rTjf4 a -l Best lino of U
rr. - ... J'J'IJF
Mrs. Sanh Saylo died at tho home
of her daughter, Mrs. Leltitia A. Sliaiii,
three miles northwest of Nemaha, on
Friday, Sopt. 15th, 1809, aged 82 years
and 1 month. The funeral services
wore held at tho Cumberland Presby
terian church Saturday. Itev. Chns.II.
Gilmoro preached the sermon,
Grundina Snylo was one of our old.,
ost citizens, not only in years but in
length of residence. She moved to
Nemaha county In 1855 nnd has mado
this her homo slnco then. For some
timo she has boon quite feeblo but was
ablo to get around the house until a
few weeks ngo. About seven weeks
before her dcuth alio becamo paralyzed
uud after that timo was entirely help
less. She bore her sufferings patiently.
Sarah Lay ton was born in Andeison
county, Ky., August 15th, 1817. dho
lived there twenty-ono yaars nnd then
removed with hor parents to Illinois.
Shu was married to James L. baylo
May 7th, 1830. In 1814 sho moved to
Iowa, thence to Kansas in 1851, nnd
then to Nebraskn in 1850.
Wo doslro to return our heartfelt
gratitudo nnd thanks to tho many
friends and nolghbors who weio so
kind as to assist us during thcslcknoBs
death and burial of our dear mother
and grandmother. May they never
lack for liko assistance whau tho hour
of beroavemont comes to them.
Mas. Luttitia Strain
IV o drovo down to tho Dennett mill
Wednesday morning to seo how tho
mill was running with the new engine.
Wo found the in'll running along very
nicoly. The engino Ih -10 hoise power
but onl about half that power is
used. The Hennett mill is now second
to none in the county and now fears
competition from nono of them. Ilorr
toforo tho inaulHclont power furnlBhed
by the water ha been a great draw
back, but tho ftiglno now renders them
independent of the water. Farmers
can now bring their grists to the Hen
nett mill with the assurance of getting
prompt attention and the veiy best
Hour possible to be mado from tho
wheat bioitgnt. Ja.nos F. Hennett,
the miller, has been In tho business
for nearly forty yearn, and all his pa
tions know he can mako good Hour
when he Iiih half a chance. We know
he is making good Hour now aa wo
tried Rome of it and it makes splendid
bread. Oivelhe llinnett mill a trial
and we aio positive you will not bo
Mart Hill has been giving tl e drug
store n cleaning up leceutly and has
thingB shining. The w mi room waa
piled bo full that Dr. Keolint! win
talking of buirding an addition for the
overflow, but after Mart got tlnniiiMi
with hishousecleauing the loom looked
Kit Keitzer, one .r II. W. C.itso''n
old luakemen, whs promoted to a con
diictoiHliip Mundav. He runa between
Nebraska Citv nnd Dextrin.
Food does more harm than good
when not dmested. Kndol Ihcpepsni
Curedigc'iis what jou out. Ii ptoveniH
wasting dWi'.isea and cuiea stomach
troubles. It cures indigestion, sour
stomach and b'dehing and allows it
wornout H'omnoh rest. H nets in
stantly. W. W. Keeling
Tako tho wagonette when in Auburn
for any part of the city. Kaay riding
Quick timo. All trains met. John
the con nt v.
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