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Have your cake, muffins, and tea bis
cuit home-made. They will be fresher,
cleaner, more tasty and wholesome.
Royal Baking Powder helps the house
wife to produce at home, quickly and eco
nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised
hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer
cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and
muffins, with which the ready-made food
found at the bake-shop or grocery does
Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
From the Ledger.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cogdill are re
joicing on account of the arrival of a
nice new daughter, born Tuesday,
II. V. Urown, the veterinary sur
geon, came in from South Dakota
Wednesday evening and will remain
here several weeks.
Robert Trook, who has been very
sick with typhoid fever, is reported to
be improving, and it is hoped lie may
soon be out again.
Mr. and Mrs V. M. Sikes are the
happy parents of a line new daughter,
born Wednesday, November 1, but we
failed to get mention of it last week.
Mrs. E. J. Gamble, a sister of Mrs.
II. W. Lloyd, arrived Monday night
from Meadville, Pa., to make an ex
tended visit here and in other parts of
Mrs. Fred Clark departed yesterday
for Fairbury, Neb., at which place
Mr. Clark has a good position on the
liock Island railroad, and they will
make their home there.
Geo. W. ISrown, of Superior, repre
senting the Chicago Telephone Co.,
was in town Monday to inspect the
Union company's equipments, finding
them in first class condition and giv
ing goo J service.
Kelly Met lee, who has been em
ployed in this vicinity the past eight
months, departed Monday night for
his home at Dunnegan, Mo. He made
many friends while here, and we all
wish him success. i
A Great Deal of Truth.
The following clipping was handed
the Journal by a Plattsmouth bachelor
and as "them's our sentiments," we
take pleasure in reproducing it: "Be
cause a girl has not married young,
and is approaching the age where, if
single, she will be put into the "old
maid" class, is no proof that she is not
good and nice, but rather is an evi
dence that she knows her own worth;
that she has good sense and a proper
appreciation of life, and will not "hitch
up" with just anybody who might pro--pose.
We have a few such in our
vicinity, and they are jewels, worth
their weight in gold. In this locality,
as elsewhere the best are not the
easiest obtained, but lucky is the
worthy young man who is accepted."
From the Leader-Echo.
W. A. Koyer has sold his eighty
acre farm near Eagle. We understand
Mr, Koyer expects to buy further west.
The L. F. Langhorst family was re
leased from quarantine today. Julius
Langhorst and family will be out to
morrow. School reopened again yesterday.
All of the diphtheria cases are getting
along nicely and no new cases have 1
Ilarrv McLaughlin returned Tue
day rr..:n his vjoum of several months . remerly. anr otl account of tho ureat
in Colorado, where his health was ; merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
greatly benel.rted. anfJ Tar ,nany imjtatlons aY offered
The busine-s men and citizens of ; fr the genuine. These worthless im
Elmwoo 1 and vicinity chipped in and j jtations have similar sounding names,
purchased a tine invalid wheel chair . p.eware of them. The genuine Foley's
for Dean Hultish. It arrived thislHonev and Tar is in a vHlmv nt.
week and Dean is able to use it nicely.
Mrs. J. W. (tambie was called to
Lincoln Wednesday to attend the
funeral of Grandfather Eaton, who
was accidentally killed Monday eve
ning by a train in the Hurlington
yards at Lincoln.
Ole F. Carr and Miss Blanche A.
Swacker were united in marriage at
eleven o'clock, Wednesday, November
8, at the M. E. parsonage in Elmwood,
Ilev. J. G. Stanard performing the
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Carr left
that afternoon for Unadilla for a
week's visit at the home of Mr. Carr's
mother. They will be at home to
their friends after November 15th in
the Dr. Stockert residence property.
The many friends of the happy couple
unite in wishing them a long life of
happiness and prosperity.
G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four
G. II. Burhans, of Carlisle Center,
N. Y., writes: "About four years ago
1 wrote you that 1 had been entirely
cured of a severe kidney trouble by
taking less than two bottles of Foley's
Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the
brick dust sediment, and pain and
symptoms of kidney disease disap
peared. I am glad to say that I have
never had a return of those symptoms
during the four years that have elapsed
and I am evidently cured to sty cured,
and heartily recommend Foley's Kid
ney Cure to anyone suffering from kid
ney or bladder trouble." F. G. Fricke
From the Courier.
Fred Ossenkop is- making arrange
ments to give a Thanksgiving ball in
the Tapper building.
In Eight Mile Grove precinct it is
said the vote of Tuesday fell short al
most one hundred. Corn gathering
comes ahead of election with the
farmers down there.
The village board met last Thursday
evening. Aside from the usual numb
er of claims against the village there
was returned to the administrator of
the S. P. Metz estate a little over $ 400
unearned license fee.
Commissioner Banning was in town
Monday evening. He stated that he
expected to secure a meeting of the
county commissioners of Sarpy and
Cass counties in Louisville sometime
this month to agree on a plan for the
repair of the Platte river bridge.
Ollie Ellis underwent an operation
for appendicitis Thursday and is now
doing nicely. His mother accompanied
him to Omaha and will remain with
him until he is out of danger. The
operation was performed by Dr. Alli
son at the St. Joseph hospital.
John Gorder is working dilligently
on a new invention which he proposes
to attach to a bicycle to run on the
railroad. Mr. Gorder's business calls
him so frequently to Sarpy county
that he has studied out this new device
so that he may cross the railroad
bridge at will and on shojt notice.
The mammoth Cottonwood trees at
the foot of Main street along the Bur
lington yards have been cut down on
account of their branches interfering
with the semaphore lights. They
were old land marks having been set
out by the first section boss to be stat
ioned here the same year the Burlintr-
! ton extended its line west of the Mis
i souri river.
Pirating Foley's Hooey and Tar.
. Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
; Honev and Tar as .i thrnnt nnrl loner
Ask for it and refuse any substi-
tute. It is the best remedy for coughs
and colds. F. (I. Fricke & Co.
From the Beacon.
Charlie Brown has given up his
place in the barber shop in Pawnee
City to assist his father in the drug
store and at the switch board.
W m. Royer sold his 80 acre farm one
mile and a half north of town to Ed
Carr this week. Mr. Royer expects to
go farther west where land is not so
A meeting of the village council
was held Monday evening at which
time Wm. Doran was granted a li
cense for a pool hall for another year.
A license was also granted to Bert
Hudson to run a pool hall.
Mrs. J. M. Kay returned home last
Friday from Lincoln where she has
been having her eyes treated for sev
eral weeks. We are glad to state that
she is much better and the doctor
thinks her sight will not be impaired
from the trouble.
Ivan Marshall came up from Weep
ing Water Friday to visit his sister
Iluth, who teaches the Union school
southeast of here. Miss Marshall's
school closed last Friday for one month
to give the older scholars an oppor
tunity to husk corn without losing
time in their school work.
In last week's issue we said that a
meeting of the stockholders of the
Eagle Telephone company bad been
called to consider a proposition sub
mitted by the Automatic company.
This was a mistake. It should have
read a meeting of the board of direc
tors of the Eagle Telephone company
had been called.
From the Register.
John Blair, of near Murray, caught
wild goose on his way home last week.
He saw it in a corn field and ran it
down. He hasn't hardly regained
his breath yet.
Mrs. Ada Kesler, of Albany, Indi
ana, arrived in our village last Friday,
and is visiting at the home of Mrs.
Agnes Reynolds and family. She will
make an extended visit.
Grandpa McBride has suffered a re
lapse and is unable to leave his room.
Old age has commenced to assert its
relentless sway, but we hope the angel
will postpone its unwelcome visit for
Last Saturday Miss Gertie Pitman
and younger sister made this office a
pleasant call. This was the first meet
ing of our correspondent and the edi
tor. Gertie reports her sister, Lora,
as almost free from the attack of fever
John S. Buck and wife, of Washing
ton, are here on a visit to Mr. Buck's
mother, Grandma Buck. They visited
at Mr. Wolph's a day or two, Mrs.
Cross accompanying them. Mr. Buck
wiil go to Kansas to visit his sister,
Mrs. Gates, and on his return will re
new his acquaintances with Nehawka
friends. John is an old timer as he
came to Nebraska in 1850.
The mention was made last week
about Falls City getting three car
loads of Hour should have read "three
car loads of Hour to Scotland, across
the ocean." Of course the difference
in the distance cuts very little ice,
but the local dealers might not think
it proper to send such amount to our
sister city, however if Falls City peo
ple had eaten Nehawka Hour only they
might have landed a congressman
Impoverished soil, like impov
erished blood, needs a proper
fertilizer. A chemist lv analyz
ing the soil can tell yon what
Fertilizer to use for different
If your blood is impoverished
vour doctor will tell vou what
you need to fertilize it and give
it the rich, red corpuscles that
iire lack in a: in it. It may be vou
need a tonic, but more likely you
need a concentrated fat food,
i ml fat is the element
;i vour system.
There is no fat food
- easily digested and
f Cod Liver Oil
it wiil nourish and strengthen
".c body when milk and cream
'A to do it. Scott's Emulsion
always the same; always
M.itable and always beneficial
'; re the bodv is wastinir from
iv eause, either in ehildren
We will send you a sample free.
He sun' that this pic
ture iti the form of si
labIison tin wrapper
of every bottle of Einul
t-ion you buv.
scon 4 BQWHf
409 Pearl St.Jew Tor
50e. and $1.00.
A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE.
Mrs. Henrietta A. H. Marsh, 759 W.
10th St., Los Angeles, Cal., President
Woman's Benevolent Ass'n, writes:
"I suffered with la grippe for seven
weeks, and nothing I could do or take
helped me until I tried Peruna.
" I felt at onee that I had at laat
ecu red the right medicine and I kept
steadily improving. Within three weeks
I us fully restored, and I am glad that
I g:ive that truly great remedy a trial.
I will never be w ithout it again."
In a letter dated August 31, liKH, Mrs.
Marsh says: " I have never yet heard
the efficacy of Peruna questioned. W
still use it. I traveled through Ken
tucky and Tennessee threo years ago,
where I found Peruna doing its good
work. Much l it ia being used here
als." Henrietta A. S. Marsh.
Address Dr. Hart mar:. President of
Fhr Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Takes Their Eye.
"When lovely women crops the strict.
If It's a windy day.
Men should be looking at the Miics.
Hut they're not built that way.
"A bill to suppress disreputable, sa
loons." "Sort of u 'joint debate, I take it."
The Last Resort.
"He had pawned everything else he
had, so as a last resort he put himself
"now could he possibly do that?
"lie jumped in the lake."
Comes autumn with its paints and brush.
Its colors bright and glowing.
And other artists puts to blush
"With Its tremendous showing.
The forest is a crimson flare
Of red and yellow shading.
And in the meadows everywhere
Is goldenrod parading.
The tree tops In the ancient wood
Their banners gay are flying
To celebrate in merry mood.
Although the year Is dying.
And Jn the valley down below
And In the distant hollow
The yellow and the purple glow
Far as the eye can follow.
"Did I understand that he claimed to
be able to cast out devils?"
"No; he is just an artist at throwing
would be sons-in-law out through the
Sampson slew so
of an ass, I be
lieve." "Oh, yes. I was
what he might
have done if he
had had an auto
mobile.' Sluggish Liver a Foe to Ambition.
Vou cannot accomplish very much if
your liver is inactive, as you feel dull,
your eyes are heavy and slight exertion
exhausts you. Orino Laxative I ruit
Syrup stimulates the liver and bowels
and makes you feel bright and active.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not
nauseate or gripe, and is mild and very
pleasant to take. Orino is more effec
tive than pills or ordinary cathartics.
Refuse substitutes. F. G. Fricke & Co.
Pain may go by tbe name of rheuma
tism, neuralgia, lumbago, pleursy. Xo
matter what name the pains are called,
Ilollister'j Rocky Mountain Tea will
drive them away. 35 cents, Tea or
Tablets. Gering & Co.
Famous Physician Confident He
Has Cue For Consumption.
EXPERIMENTS PROMISE MUCH.
Br Method of Treating Tabrr.
euloala lie Ham Karerud In lira
tiering; Animals Immune, nnl They
Can 1'robably lie Cured When the
Disease la Fully Developed.
Whatever may be tin practical value
of Dr. Hehring'H new treatment of tu
berculosis, tlje announcement of Ida
discovery has created a sensation both
In scientific circles and with the gen
eral public, says a Paris cable to the
New York Herald.
'The exact facts are that I have lieen
studying for a long time a new meth
od of treating tuberculosis and think I
Lave broken fresh ground." said Ir.
Ueliring in speaking of his ! isrnvery.
"There are certain aiiimaN which con
tract this ma lad v with great facility
and have hither! proved rcfradorv to
all attempts at vaccination.
"I have finally succeede-.I in render
ing them immune as regards the bacil
lus and probably can even cure them
when the disease is fully developed hi
"Experiments on mankind have not
yet been made, but there is ground for
hope In this respect, the path I am fol
lowing being totally different from
those explored up to the present."
Ir. I teh ring went on to Indicate that
he found the germ of his new depar
ture In works on pathology written by
the French scientists Hayle, I,aennec,
Liebert and Robin In the early part of
the last century.
He noticed that they classified tuber
culosis In two categories, one charac
terized by gray transparent granula
tion, known as Bayle's granulation,
and the other, which developed toward
suppuration. Yirchow's discoveries
have created a tendency to class both
categories ns one and the same thing.
Dr. Ilehring says this tendency is er
roneous. Ills studies have convinced
him that the old distinction established
by the French pathologists is well
founded and may be fecund in results.
"Iiayle's granulation does not contain
a microbe. It is not accompanied by
suppuration. The other species of tu
berculosis, on the contrary, swarms
with microbes. A minute Investiga
tion on the evolution of both species in
the lungs and spleen has led me to
wonder whether the cure of the mal
ady might not be found In the malady
"By means of a process which I
shall explain later I utilize Bayle's
granulation 1o eradicate the evolution
of the other form of lesion, the one that
Is really dangerous, the one that con
tains microbes, suppurates and re
sults In purulent consumption of the
Discussing this matter editoriallv the
I medical ditor of the Furopean edition
of the Herald says:
"Fvery one was strut k by the sen
pational communication made the I
Matin by Professor Ilehring. The mat
ter in question is nothing less ihan the
discovery not only of the meain of
prevention of tuberculosis, but of a
cure for that disease. Dr. Ilehring will
not make this discovery known before
r year has elapsed. He reserves for
I llilJ1sef lhe right of exii0jtalj0ll dur.
Ing a certain period which will enable
him to prosecute other researches.
"This news is of a nature to hold out
marvelous hopes to unfortunate eon
sumptives in the future. But how sad
for the present sufferers, who know
that a decisive remedy will be made
known when they can no lonsrer jroflt
"Immediately after "Or. Bearing's
communication the Herald made an in
quiry. Without going so far as to
make an affirmative statement, for the
reason that what it knows has been
learned through indiscretions, it is in
a position to state that a portion at
least of Dr.'- Behrlng's remedy comes
from the milk of cows previously ren
dered Immune against tuberculosis. A
it is scarcely probable that this milk
can be used In Its natural form there
Is some reason for believing that serum
alone is employed and it could scarcely
be utilized in any other way than that
of subcutaneous Injections."
Berlin's Dtint Calthfm.
An investigation is ging on in Ber
lin as to the danger of tho dust of the
streets causing sickness, says the San
Francisco Chronicle. The royal board
of health at various places in The city
for instance, at the Opera platz and
near Unter tlen Linden and other I r al
ities has had erected so caile 1 nt
catchers. This apparatus consists of
round boxes about one and a half feet
high, put on a post at a height ..f sir
feet above the ground. Th" boxes :ire
left open to collect the du.-t living in
the air. After some time the boxe-; are
closed, and the dut collet-ted is anal
yzed to see what subtauce-i dangerous
to health are contained, in the street
And ow It'n Motor Hoot.
Motor boots ::re the latest sturtlinc
production of eontineutal inventors. A
young Swiss eugineer is said to have
succeeded In manufacturing a pair of
boots endowed with motive power of
their own. The new Invention consists
of a pair of stout boots, each of which
Is nothing more or less than a minia
ture motor car mounted on four
wheels. The boots are worked by pe
trol on a new plan, which the Inventor
keeps secret. It Is claimed that an or
dinary pedestrian can travel all day
over average country roads at a paca
of twelve miles an hour without ex
periencing the least fatigue.
in any style
olalllmt. If you are hungry we can supply
you witb the pick of the market
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Laxative Fruit Syrup
Pleasant to take
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makes sallow blotched complex
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Eczema, BklnAnrer, and all painful itr b
tna; skin diasK treated by trie incwt cer
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blemiiihna removed by elotri;ity. Blood
poison in all nt&gva. All private and (rnito
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Diseases. 1215 O Street. Lincoln. Nebraska.
HarneSS Best Made.
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