The Pilot from Blair, Nebraska on August 27, 1896 · 5
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The Pilot from Blair, Nebraska · 5

Blair, Nebraska
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Thursday, August 27, 1896
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M4' r THE PILOT Entered at the Poet OfiUx at Blair Washington County ifebrasHOt m second cum matter -0FFICI1L J1PEB BLliSHUfiTOI IILi THURSDAY AUGUST 27 1896 RAILROAD TIME TABLES CHICAGO ST PAUL MINNEAPOLIS AND OMAHA 101X0 NOBTH No 8— Local Passenger J :2S pm No — Acoommodauou 9 -so a m No 18 Aeco nmotUUoo 8:00p m No 16— Freight ltKNam- OOINO SOUTH No 1— Local Passenger — 16 :M a m No IS— Freight 6 :06pm No 8— Accommodation -Up m No 21 Flyer 8dam Nos 3 4 and 21 run daily All other brains dally except Sunday Nos 21 and run via SC4P north o£ Blair No 18 accommodation 8-00 p m takes passengers but no baggage - - SIOUX CITY& PACIFIC AND FREMONT ELKHORN & MO VALLEY OOIHO BAST No 4— Chicago Rxpress 4:Wpm No 14— St Paul Limited 7 :10p m No 20— Local Passenger 10 :01a m A OOIHO WEST No S— Black Hills Express 8 Hp m No 19— Lincoln Passenger '8 :09a m No lS-Freight isoan — Nos s 4 13 14 19 29 daily r other traios dally except Sunday J B Rlsbffeb Axent E A- PALMER ' ID IE NTIST Office oyer A Castetter's Bank Cast allum-Inum plate for artificial teeth made All work first-class and warranted BLAIR NEBRASKA MRS E ADAM Deutsche Hebeame (MIDWIFE) Holds a diploma from Germany : also granted a diploma here Will attend all calls on ibortest notice Leave orders at Bcburig residence od Lincoln street 4-6ui BLAIR NEBB CEO 0 RIKER — ABSTRACTER BEAL ESTATE AID IISUHIICE BLAIR NEBRASKA " ifT 4 — W L JOHNSON TEACHER of fill OBG&K uo HMOHY Successful music study depends very luntely on thorough and correct instruction at the very commencement - Special attention given to Beginners 7-3m IT COSTS CENT (Just a Postal Card) To Send for Our Fall Catalogue Ready Aug 16th UT1IEITU tUTBIIS CO lMt OMAHA North-Western LINE & M V R- R is the best to and from the BLACK HILLS DEADWOOO AND HOT SPRINCS South Dakota F- E -GO TO- GEM RESTAURANT -FOR- MEALS and LUNCHES Best Accommodations the city - - in Local News jXiitnharpa cheap at the Book Store “Sues & Co patent solicitors Omaha? 29-1 y - The Grand Army state reunion is4n session at Lincoln this week F M Castetter has recently purchased a fine blooded single driving horse from Dick Blaco Good top buggy for sale Will trade for corn if desired Ninth and South Bryant The Pilot would like to engage the services of a suitable boy who wants to learn the printer’s trade Bald heads see Danderine the most wonderful discovery of modern times 15-3m Wanted — Rye straw suitable for stuffling horse collars at the Blair Horse Collar factory Blair tf Mr and Mrs S E Kemp are the parents of a uewiboy which arrived at their home last Friday evening Osterlund’s clothing store is undergoing a new coat of paint this week Frank Perkins is doing the work Auctioneer Reed has been selling out the Julius Christiansen stock of groceries this week He says the goods are selling very well Thousands have been cured of baldness and other diseases of the scalp It will cure you Guaranteed For sale by all druggists 15-3m Ink in Safety Bottles at Book Store Uncle Tom’s Cabin Saturday night A new crossing has this week been put in down near the passenger depot ‘ For quick sales list your property with Geo B Riker at C McMenem Danderine Danderine Dander-ine pxTn heads Dandruff Dan-DERINE 15-3m Dr Mortlock la the attending physician at the Keeley Institute this week during the absence of Dr Jay Ladies' wonderfully soft luxuriant beautiful hair is produced by Dander-ine Try it For sale by all druggists 1J-3U) Miss Clara Kenny gave a five o’clock tea to a party of her young lady friends last Tuesday and a very pleasant time was the result The state fair begins today and will continue a week Extensive preparations have been made and a large attendance is expected The Blair Concert Orchestra are ar-ranging to give another one of those first-class concerts in Tekamah the eleventh of September - St Mary’s Episcopal Church— Services next Sunday morning Aug 30 at 10:45 o’clock Sunday school at 12 M No evening service We acknowledge the receipt of a complimentary ticket of admission to the Cedar county fair which takes place Sept 8 9 and 10 at Hartington Nebr - Jack Skinner of Spiker received a box of Indian Game chickens this week Tuesday which were shipped dibect from England Judge W C Walton had four cars of young cattle delivered yesterday in Blair which will be fed during the coming winter on his farm north of town ' The household goods of Wm Belknap arrived this week from New York and he with his family are just getting once more comfortably situated in Blair - Editor Van Deusen is now busy converting the small boys who work in his office to the cause of free silver If he is successful iu this undertaking he may stump the county Telephone Agent Harry Higley informs us that new line is about to be put in extending from Blair to Lyons which will take In all the stations between here and that place I had a very severe case of dandruff all my life Rave been permanently cured with Danderine I recommend It In all diseases of the scalp— -Dr Bronson Guihrie jO T - 13-3m You can get money at 6 per cent to buy a home and pay it back in monthly payments the same as you pay rent W W Dixon Agent Office in Slusser’s photo gallery A French don’t usually stand much of a bluff even if the odds are against him He this week bet ten dollars to one with Frank Kline that Bryan would not carry Nebraska by ten thousand Butler County Fair David City Neb Sept 8-11 ’96 One and one-third fare for round trip Tickets sold Sept 7-11 good returning Sept 12 ’96 J R Buchanan G P A Alyia Smith and Ed Wild had a set-to in the livery barn yesterday morning and Alvia has a dislocated shoulder as a result of falling over a wagon tongue Ed had his face somewhat used up in the ‘‘scrap” My hair kept falling out until I was nearly bald and several remedies tried seemed to do no good I commenced using Danderine six weeks ago and the result is a fine growth of new hair — Mrs Belle Pickett Guthrie O 15-3m About two hundred United States soldiers from Fort Crook camped in the east railroad park last Friday night They were enroute to the Winnebago Indian -reservation for theirannual target practice Real Estate Agent Wadsworth this week completed a deal whereby Ed Parish traded his five acres south of town for Omana property valued at about three thousand dollars He expects Jo move to the city some time in September F W Kenny Jr has been carrying his right eye in a sling the past week by reason of too close contact with a tennis ball He had the misfortune to be hit twice in the same eye and he has been caused some little inconvenience by reason of it We wish to correct the statement which seems to have gone out to the effect that Dr Beecher could not locate the ailment of Perry Selden The doctor save he made no such statement and that ha has not changed his mind since first diagnosing the case t The road over the hill just north of Crowell's residence is being opened up to travel this week By this move the dangerous place for teams to meet trains out near the Richter brick yard can be avoided The old road will not beelosed up however but both will be kept in shape for travel Sheriff Mencke and Chief Burcham took a crook into custody here Friday night who had been selling some goods around town and from a notice in the Bee they decided he must be the fellow wanted at Sioux City for burglary They telegraphed the authorities there and the Chief from Sioux City came down and got the fellow who proved to be the man they were looking for Another land deal was yesterday closed up by Real Estate Agent Wadsworth He sold B Hurd’s forty acres N W S W Sec 13 T 18 R 10 located seven miles west oi Blair to Oscar Galbors who has recently arrived in this country from Germany The consideration was $3650 per acre Mr Galbors is a strong Republican and a sound money McKinley man As a result of the Smith-Wild controversy yesterday morning John Bolt and “Baz” George came together last evening and for a few minutes a fierce struggle ensued but soon Bolt got the best of his opponent and was dressing him up in good shape when he was pulled off by bystanders Bald heads bald heads bald heads Hurrah! Danderine Danderine 15-3m Eleotrlo Bitters - 'Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any season but perhaps more generally needed when the languid exhausted feeling prevails when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felt A prompt use of this medieineHhas often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers No medicine will act more surely in counteracting and freeing the system from the malarial poison Headache Indigestion Constipation Dizziness yields to Electric Bitters 50o and $100 per bottle at Palmer & Taylor’s drug store 9 Last Saturday evening a large delegation from the McKinley club of this place Including the glee club went over to Kennard where a McKinley club was organized with about sixty names on the list Rev Geo Williams delivered a very able address on the tariff and money question Attorney General Churchill also spoke a short time— Both these gentlemen are well posted on leading questions of the day and their speeches had a telling effect on those who heard them Especially - did - Rev Williams - shoot straight truths into the enemy’s camp on the question of a protective tariff On this issue his argument was thorough and contained many points for sober reflection of voters Bucklen’a Arnica Salve The best Salve In the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required- It Is guaranteed to give Psrfect satisfaction or money refunded rice 25 cents per box For sale by Palmer & Taylor 9-ly National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic St Paul Minn Sept 1-4 1896 Rate $825 for the round trip Tickets sold Aug 31 and Sept 1 good to return to Sept 15th an extension of time may be bad to Sept 30th by depositing ticket with Joint Agent on or before Sept 15th J R Buchanan G P A Program of Washington County Teachers’ Association to be held at Blair Saturday Sept 26 1896: MUSIC Address of Welcome Rer Williams Response J W Henderson Roll Call To be responded to with quoia-tions from Lowell Biography of Lowell Mrs Ira Gilbert Address W K Fowler PisouMioo of Address MUSIC Paper Practical Education J LKay Discussion opened by Hettle Rodman Explanation of "Beading CIrole Work’’ Miss Pinkerton By Order of Ex Com — Ballard’s Snow Liniment ”T78nr HfflllU®fnTCaibrMga”:f23f says” I had the' rheumatism so bad I could not raise my hand to my head Ballard’s Snow Liniment has entirely cured me I take pleasure in informing my neighbors and friends what it has done for me Chas Handley clerk for Lay & Lyman Kewanee 111 advises us Snow Liniment cured him Of Rheumatism Why not try it? It will surely do you good It cures all inflam mation Wounds Sores Cuts Sprains etc Price 50 cents Sold by Palmer & Taylor 9 ADVERTISED List of Letters Hemsimng UnoUlmed at Blair Nebraska for the Week Ending Aug 37 1806 Farlets James Mardhtrst Johannls Logan John Rasmussen Dagmer In calling for these letters please ask for advertised Thos Wilkinson P M Marvelous Results From a letter written by Rev J Gunderman of Dimondale Mich we are permitted to make this extract: “I have no hesitation in recommending Dr King’s New Discovery as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding LaGrippe Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them A friend recommended Dr King’s New Discovery it "was quick m its work and highly satisfactory in results” Trial bottles free at Palmer & Taylor’s drug store Regular size 50c and $100 9 E A Stewart is a Democrat of the reading thinking kind and has in the past given much study to the silver question He says that so far he has been a constant reader of the World-Herald hoping to find some argument in favor of free silver Up to the present time he has absolutely found nothing which would lead him to believe that free silver is what this country wants Ed is trying to make a fair canvass of the situation and says that he really wants to find out some free silver argument This case doesn’t speak very well for the World-Herald but it does show that Ed is an unprejudiced citizen with a mind capable of grasping the situation and in spite of surrounding circumstances he is standing firm for principal and sound money A Bound Ltvr Makes a Weil Men Are you Bilious Constipated or troubled with Jaundice Sick Headache Bad Taste in the Mouth Foul Breath Coated Tongue Dyspepsia Indigestion Hot Dry Skin Pain in Back and between tbe Shoulders Chills and Fever &c If you have any of these symptoms your Liver is out of order and your blood is being slowly poisoned because vour Liver does not act promptly Herbine will cure any disorder of the Liver Stomach or Bowels It has no equal as a Liver Medicine Price 75 cents Free trial bottle at Palmer & Taylor’s 6-ly KELLEY 8TIOER A COMPANY Cor Farnam and 15th Sts Omaha Fall season of 1896 Have now on exhibition all the latest novelties in dress goods silks and velvets Exclusive and correct styles in ladies' jackets and wraps Large assortment of hosiery and underwear Goods cheerfully shown Dr Price's Cream Baking Powder Awarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair San Franciaco Go to Uncle Tom’s Cabin Saturday night at tbe Opera House PERSONAL H - ! Gus Faber was - aq Omaha visitor Monday Mrs John McQuarrie visited friends In Mb Valley last Sunday J Bv Adams took a short run up the roal west Monday morning Oliver Huddleson went to Kansas City Monday to be gone a week “Fawnle” West of Herman started Monday morning for a three weeks trip in the east Frank Dixon left Sunday night for Hastings where he went to join a bridge gang Mrs S A Sammons has been on the sick list the past week but is now able to be around ’ U S Cain was up from Omaha last Sunday looking after his numerous Blair friends Miss Nettie Smiley of Omaha has been visiting at the Bowen residence the past week L A Williams editor of the Scribner Rustler made Blair a business visit last week Friday John McKeen and family are enjoying a week’s outing at Lake Quinne-baugh this week - Miss Vesta Hungate of Omaha was in town this week the guest of Theo Murray and family Mrs Yount of Belleplaine Iowa is visiting with her daughter Mrs J C Robbins of this city Homer Phelps after visiting friends and relatlver in Blair a few weeks left Tuesday for the east James Ware and family had some Omaha visitors up to spend Sunday at their residence south of town Wm Freeland was in Lincoln a few days this week He expects to return there to school in the near future - Miss Gertie Bradley visited in Mo Valley over Sunday and Monday the guest of Miss Blanche McLaughlin Miss Stella Willsey returned Monday morning to Omaha after a week’s visit with parents and friends in Blair Mrs Prine Gossard and a lady friend from Mo Valley arrived in Blair Tuesday and are the guests of P J Gossard and family Miss Jennie Rhoades and the Misses Batty left yesterday for Lincoln where they are attending the state Grand Army reunion - - ------ - -Prof W K Fowler of the Blair schools was in town on his way to North Bend to visit relatives— Fremont Tribune 19th ’ Mrs Rillie Brown of Manville Wyo a sister to Perry Selden arrived in town last evening and wiil visit rela- Miss Anna Couchman returned Sun day evening to her home in Calhoun after a few days visit in Blair the guest of Miss Eva Phelps Miss Julia Meservey returned 4ast Sundav morning from a visit In company with Miss Mae Phillips to the latter’s parents in the east - — Geo A Mooney started out Monday afternoon for a business run to St Paul and Milwaukee in tbe Interests of the new collar factory movement Miss Jessie Deafendorf of David City Nebr arrived in Blair last week ana will visit here a week the giiest of her sister Mrs Dr E R Stewart v W D Haller went up the road Sunday morning as far as Oakland and then cut across the country returning the next day by the way of Scribner J C McKell of Omaha who is in-terestedin the new collar factory movement at this place was in Blair last Friday looking over the situation A recent letter from Miss Louise Clark states that in about two weeks she expects to take up her duties as principal of the Somerset Ky schools Giles Mead and wife of Herman boarded the Tuesday morning westbound train for Lincoln where they will attendlhe stateXJrancL Army Encampment "Miss Bertha Taylor returned last Thursday from a five weeks visit With relatives and friends at Hebron Nebr She reports a first-class time during her visit ' Burt Smith younger son of George Smith had the misfortune to fall from a bench last Friday and lit in such a manner as to break his arm He is improving rapidly at this time - — Geo Dennis wife and two children returned Monday morning to their home in Omaha after spending Sunday in town the guests of Mrs Dennis’ parents Mr and Mrs B M Willsey" Miss Marne Reed and George Getty left last week for Omaha Miss Reed will remain there the-balance of the season and George returned this week after a short visit with friends in the city t Mrs Wm Gould and two children and her sister Miss Millie Fletcher all of Bancroft are visiting this week with friends and relatives In Blair and will attend the state fair before they return home Miss Lillie Freeland -who is a school teacher in the western part of the state but who has recently returned from a visit in Illinois is here visiting her brother Jim and expects to remain about two weeks J G Wadsworth and his wife expect to leave next Monday for St Paul Minn where they will attend the old soldiers national reunion and visit friends and relatives for a week St Paul is Mr Wadsworth’s old home E C Mossbart who recently graduated from the Keely Institute here and has during the past few months been employed in the clothing store of N M Osterlund left Monday forenoon for Hiawatha Kas where he has a position awaiting him “Chess” Stout an old time Blair boy who has for the past year been in a drug store at O’Neill passed through Blair enroute to Omaha Tuesday He expects to leave in a couple of weeks for the Black Hills country where he has secured a good position in a drug store M Matthiesen returned Monday afternoon from a week’s trip in the western part of the state where he has been looking after property interests He has a farm in Stanton county also one in Cedar county He reports crop prospects good for that section C E Kinney a brother to Frank Kinney of this place with his family arrived in town today from Falls City Nebr and will visit here a few days They are on their way to the state fair Mr Reed who Is secretary of the McKinley club at Mo Valley was In town aiewdays thlsweekvisiting and in the mean time looking over the political situation He say that the Valley people are about three-fifths McKinlevites and that the prospects for a good Republican majority In Harrison county are very flattering Gilbert- Traoy and wife were in Omaha last week returning Sundav morning They were accompanied back to Blair by Mr and Mrs Ed Cain who have recently returned from Brooklyn Iowa Ed has been under the weather for seven weeks last past and has been unable to go out on his regular mail run They returned to Omaha Tuesday where Ed hopes to soon begin work Dr Jay physician of the Keeley Institute received a telegram Sunday morning announcing the serious illness of his brother at Saiina Kas Sunday evening another message was received telling him to come at once in accordance with which the doctor left Monday evening to be at the side of his sick brother Brain fever is the cause of his illness and when the last telegram was sent he was very lqw The two weeks overland outing trip which had been planned by Ed and Grant Stewart and their wives was cut rather short by the illness of Mrs E A Stewart They had gotten as far north as Laurel this state when she was taken with a severe cold and the party were compelled to stop After a day’s lay over Grant and his wife went on to Coleridge where they were to be joined by the other members if Mrs Stewart’s condition improved sufficiently She did not recover rapidly however and after staying In Laurel nearly a week Ed was oompelled to bring his wife home by i all while Grant and his wife returned last week Friday with the team BtlUrd’i Borehound Syrup 1 We guarantee this to be the best Cough Syrup manufactured iu the whole wide world This Is saying a great deal but it Is true For Consumption Coughs Colds Sore Throat Sore Chest pneumonia (Bronchitis - Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and all diseases of the Throat and Lungs we positively guarantee Ballard's Borehound Syrup to be without an equal on the whole face of the globe In support of this statement we refer to every Individual who has ever used it and to every druggist who has ever sold it Such evidence is indisputable Price 25 and 50 cents Sold by Palmer & Taylor 9 - The Self-Playing -Piano plays Fair Week at Hospe’s 1513 Douglas Omaha E A Stewart had an experience with a physician at Laurel during the recent Illness of his wife at that place which riled him up-considerably During the time that Ed bad gone over to Coleridge and while the man of the house where they were staying was attending a political meeting not far from Laurel Mrs Stewart grew worse The young lady at the bouse became alarmed and telegraphed her father to return at once and to bring the doctor who was also attending the political gathering The father hurried home with the doctor and the next day Ed returned and went up to settle with him for the visit" The fellow -had nerve enough to not only charge a good round price for the visit but also charged for mileage which made the bill just double what it should have been Ed paid the bill and told the fellow in plain words that he was a robber ana a thief which is undoubtedly correct and the doctor didn’t even deny it It is very probable that the bill for mileage never could have been collected through any process of law Are you bald? Is your clothing constantly covered With daudruff— filthy animal matter falling from a diseased scalp? Does your head itch? Is It infested with sores and scabs? Is your hair growing thinner year by year? Is it dry and brittle? If so you have a parasitic disease of the scalp which you are neglectingat great risk Danderine will cure you quickly and permanently Money refunded in case of failure For sale by all druggists 15-3m Saunders County Agricultural Society- Wahoor NebrSeptr 8-il“ 1896 One and one-third fare for round trip Tickets sold Sept 7-11 good returning Sept 12 ’96 - - J R Buchanan G P A BLAIR MARKETS WHEAT-No 2 No S Ktlected CORN— Shelled New Ear OATS— RVE BUTTER EW POTATOES HOGH—Live LOWS CHICKF-NS 33 81 2 11 10 9 20 10® 26 2 60(32 B0 2 26(62 50 160(3225 " Notice of Fmal Settlement' — 77ie taking of proof of Heirship and assigning of the Estate of John Carrigan deceased - In the County Court in and for the County of Washington Slate of Nebraska: In the matter of the Estate of John Carrigan deceased: Notice Is hereby given that at an August term of the County Court to be held In and for said County at the County Court rooms in the court house in the city of Blair Nebr in said County on the 31 day of August A D 1896 at 2 o’clock P M the following matter will be heard and considered to-wit: the adjustment and the settlement of the final account of Caroline L Carrigan and William H Palmer administrator and administratorix of the estate of John Carrigan deceased and the taking of proof of heirship and the assigning of the property remaining undisposed of to the proper parties Dated July 31 1896 Edward C Jackson 18-4t seal County Judge Wanted-Anldea ESSSgftSjSSHR tSfiOjffiS: Absolutely Pure ream of tarter baking powder Highest A cream of tarter baking powder or alt In toaveolng streniib Latest UTitted States Government Footi Report Kotau Bakimo Powdiw Co New York Bond Proposition Whereas A proposition having heretofore been made to the holders of the bonds of this county issued July 1st 1869 to the Sioux City & Pacific -Railroad Company which proposition J has been accepted by nearly all of the holders of said railroad bonds there -fore be It ‘ 1 ' Resolved That the following propo- si lion be and the same Is submitted to the electors of Washington county ' Nebraska for adoptton the same to be voted on at the general election to be held in said county on Tuesday Nov 3d A D 1896 to-wlt: Shall the Board of Supervisors of the county of Washington iu the state of Nebraska issue the bonds of said County In the sum of Eighty-three 1 Thousand Dollars ($83000) said bonds to be negotiated and the proceeds thereof to be appropriated ana used for - -the purpose of paying off taking up and cancelling 150 certain' bonds of said county for the sum of Five Hundred ' Dollars ($500) each bearing date July 1st 1869 issued to the Sioux City & Pacific Railroad Company to aid in the construction of the Sioux City & Pacific Railroad running through said county making a total of $75000 together with “ accrued interest thereon said bonds to ' become due iu twenty (20) years from date but to be payable at the option of the county board of said county at any time after five (5) years from the date thereof to bear Interest at the rate of four per cent per annum payable semi- - annually and not to be sold for less - than par value and ’ Shall said Board of Supervisors of said cduntv levy annually a tax on all the taxable property in said county sufficient to pay tbe Interest on said bonds as the same becomes due and In addition thereto 1 11 ‘ J ShalLjald County Hoard of Supervls- s of said county levy anbually' from Kv ' after ten years from the date of said bonds a tax not to exceed 3i mills on the dollar’s valuation on all the taxable property in said county for the purpose of creating a fund to pay the principal of said bonds after the same becomes due or payable? ' It Is ordered by said Board of Supervisors of said county that the question upon said proposition shall be taken in the following form to-wit: "For the proposed Sioux City & Pacific Railroad Company Refunding bonds and tax to pay the principal and interest of the same as proposed” and “Against the proposed SlOux City & Pacific Railroad' Company -Refunding bonds and tax to pay the principal and interest of the same as proposed' Which shall be on all the sample and official ballots used by the electors of said county at said general election to be held on the 3d day qf November 1896 Be It further resolved that this resolution and proposition be published for five consecutive weeks in The Pilot a weekly newspaper published In Blair In said county and state j l The Board of Supervisors ofJVashing-' ' ton county Nebraska 'V ' ' i " by- Wr W McKENNY Ch’m" Attest: ” ' j Watt Gauldrie Co Clerk - seal 1 a- ( f 20-5t " Notloe of Sale - ln the matter of the estate 0 Theodore Paul sen deceased: Notice is hereby given that In per euanoe of an 6rder of the Honorable Charles T Dickinson Judge of the District court of Washington county Nebraska made on tbe 13th day of July 1896 for the sale of the real estate hereinafter described there will be sold at the west front door of the court house in Blair Nebraska on the 3th day of September 1896 at one o’clock P M at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash tbe following described real estate situated in -Washington county Nebraska to-wit: "The north-' west quarter of the north-west quarter of section 27 township 17 north of range 11 east dt the 6tb P M ' Said sale to remain open one hour -Frank Jahnal Administrator 'of" the estate of Theodore Paulsen -Deceased Dated July 30th 1896 ’ Jesse T Davis Attorney 17-5t EAT BRISK III! KEEP COOL -AT- I lee Cratm Soda with French ' fruit or Fruit Juices So lee Cream Soda with French Fruit or Fruit Juices 80 worth 1 0 1 Icecream Oo All Sodas with pure Fruit Juiees 4a Phosphates 40 Coca -Cols bo Moxey Bo Milkshake bo lee Cream hod Cakes 100 100 Frozen Fottste with Frenoh - Crushed Fruit or Fruti Juice IOO Boot Beer bo Mv flavors are alt made of the Imported fruits ' and pure fruit juices f f Finest Zee Cream Parlor IN THE CITY FINEST FOUNTAIN IN THE CITY I V

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