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i ii yrsoi rfthiiciio catarrhal ills BY lkmh rt-KU-HA.
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MK. CLO. II. 1IIUMPS0V
At Work On the Furm and
rrcllnt Well All the Time.
Cloo. ll.T!i(inimon, lUU'lgli,
"I have lifon cured of ra
tarrh 1'V your medli'lnm,
JVruna mid Mnnalln. I hud
liei'ii affectod with ratnrrh of
the vtomarh about all my
life, and wa taken bad every
HrltiR and Hummer.
"I lined iieveral kind of
pilcnt medlclnea, but they
did me no (ood. I then tinik
treatment under an M. !.,
whlrh did me but little good.
Dy thl tlmo I had come, to
whero I could eat nothing but
B little roup. I had sever'
palm, had loxt In weight ai.S could
not do anythliiK. I began Uklng
your medicines, Peruna and Manalln. I
then weighed 11 ound, but after tak
ing several lxttle of Peruna and
one bottle of Manalln, I weighed It VI
'I am now at work on the farm and
feel well ill of the tlmo. I eat all I
want to and my friend say that I look
ietter than ever before. I will ever
pralHo Peruna for It healing power."
Pe ru na Is a Systemic Remedy.
If Peruna prove elllelent for catarrh
In one plnce, it will be equally potent
tn any other place, beeaiiso It 1 a y.
The people generally are very much
HiIhIii formed a to tho nature of catarrh.
Catarrh U uxually believed to bo con
fined to the head, nose and throat. Lat
terly wo sometime hear of catarrh of
thostomneh and catarrh of the bowel.
fceUlom, If ever, do wo hear of catarrh
f any other organs.
It I not beeauHo theso organ are not
ubject to catarrh, nor that catarrh of
ttaeno organ I not a very common dlx-
Me, but simply because it 1 not giner-
b.iv Known wiai aiTeeuom of tuvie
organ muy bo due to catarrh.
The County Exchanges J
IfflflP flf r.nAral IntA'.tl CAlnnlArl frAm thA PaIiiwaa fit PAnlAmnnrirtnA )
g iic, no vi kciciai iihg.cm dcicbicu
Kroin the Courier.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kclscr left Tuesday
evening for Colorado.
C. J. (Jaebel went to Valley and
Waterloo tn attend a liu: sale, the
forepart of the week.
Mrs. S. W. IavU and daughter,
Gladys, of Seotts HlulTs, were here vis
iting friends over Sunday.
The (Jerman class recently organ
ized by Professor Calnes now has
eleven members. They met with Miss
Leda Koss on Tuesday evening.
Mrs. T. 0. Slander gave a quilting
party last Wednesday afternoon which
was rather a family affair very few
outside the family being Invited. The
Stander family Is well represented in
thlH community and needless to say
the house was tilled to overflowing.
Those present were: Mesdamcs E. A.
Stander, Henry Stander, Peter Spang
ler, William Stander, Louis Stander,
Lester Stander, William CleKhorn, W.
Dr. Price's Baking Powder supplies
a pure, wholesome leavening agent,
which makes the biscuit and cake of
highest healthfulness at medium cost,
and protects the food from alum, which
is the greatest dietary danger of the day.
raici GAKINO POWDER CO.
'" (MJMi Thirty Years. IrfW-M
' V . s CJkn A Letter Pralslntf Pft-ni-na. I
I ; I Mr. tiuniav Hchmlcit, Spring Valley, 111., wrltog: m
. X !' "I had catarrh of the head and throat for over thirty yean. It became
W: - C J' :: 'i wori16 eery year. About three month ago 1 commenced to take Peruna '
V SmR. W. J. !' nd Manalln, and now I am entirely cured of that troubleiiome aickneaa. '
L45 TEMPLE. ) Your medicine liiurcly a blosHlnt? to mankind. You can truly nay that you )
Jgp ( have not lived In vain, Doctor, and I thank you for the pood you have done f
mmm- i f ma r . rnll Dn nv itmr lira tii iiMin .iirrfirinir Mimnn iv " i
Climatic Ailments Overcome By
Mr. W. J. Temple, R. Y. I). 8, Dela
ware, Ohio, writes:
"I am a farmer and so necessarily
must bo exposed to all kindsof weather.
AImhU three year ago last winter, 1
wa taken sick with bowel and stomach
"One doctor called It ulceration of
the bowel, another called It colitis
Another doctor helped me tempo
"Then druggist recommended
Poruna and I followed hi advice. I
took altogether five bottle aud I con-
alder myself a well man.
"llefore using Peruna, It wa utterly
Impossible for me to do a day' work,
but now I can do farm work without
the least trouble or fatigue. I consider
Peruna the best mcdlcino and tonic, on
"I had not eaten a meal for fivo year
without distress until I took Poruna.
I have recommended it to several
frivmU with good result."
iium wig luiu.iiiij ii ouuiCiiiJuiaiici q
leal, J no. Croup, Chas. Noyes and
Misses Kdith Shryock, and Olive and
Alice Stander. The festivities began
with a sumptuous dinner served at
noon. The fifteen healthy, happy
youngsters present would surely glad
den the heart of President Koosevrlt
and convince him that race suicide
was not to be feared In Louisville.
George Schoeman and Will Wendt
purchased a new Sandwich com sheller
this week, it is tho largest sheller
ever brought to this part of the county
and the boys expect to he doing busi
ness in a short time.
From the Lcrtiier.
Mrs. A. M. Hay arrived Wednesday
evening from Kansas, belngcalled here
by the serious illness of her father,
John P. Todd and wife returned
Sunday from Burlington, Kan., where
they spent several weeks visiting rela
tives and friends. Of course they had
a delightful visit, but are glad to be
Nora. Alum baking; powUr art told at ten
to twtnty fiv ctnl a pound or a cmt (it
ounr. but Ihrv rrndrr Hit loud partially
tmtiKnlililc aixi jiiihenHhlul,
A TALK TO
THE farmer is tho salt of the earth J
Without the farmer, the industrial
world with all it flurry and Immense
wealth could not exist for a day.
It I upon the soil that we all depend
for our living.
No matter how far ono may be re
moved from tilling tho soil, or how lit
tle ho may know about tho farmer's vo
cation, ho ia vitally dependent upon the
thing which grow in tho soil.
Farming 1 the basis of all wealth and
1 tho bulwark of all civilization.
Tho farming class is rapidly becom
ing intelligent and shrewd In business
Tho reuben and the country bumpkin
have disappeared and in their stead a
practical well-trained bualnei-s man,
capable of the highest form of com
mercial activity, ho arisen.
Peruna is a very popular medicine
among tho farming clus.
btck among the many friends they
A couple of revenue oftleers were
here Wednesday trying to "smell out"
some Illegal liquor traftlc, but we are
not Informed as to the result of their
investigations, they having no inforni
otlon to give us.
Mrs. X. D. Foster's health has not
been good this winter, and Monday
nltflit an attack of heart trouble seem
ed to endanger her life for a few hours,
hut she rallied from the attack and is
reported to he getting along as well as
can he expected.
James Lewis arrived here cdnes
day morning from Mlourl to make
his home here again. When he left
here a few weeks ago we made a good
guess that lie would he with us again,
and his many friends are glud to have
(i. E. Mills, who lias resided near
here several years, departed Wednes
day from Imogcne, la., where he has
leased a farm. His children went
some time ago, and that will bo their
permanent home. Mr. Mills had the
confidence and good will of all during
his residence here, and many friends
wish him well In his new location.
A report sent to the Ledger states
that Mrs. Aramlnta (Wiley) Baldwin,
well known here, but now of Ottawa,
Kan., submitted to an operation in
University hospital, In Kansas City,
for removal of a tumor, the operation
being successfully performed by Pr.
Perkins, and the patient is recovering
nicely. A cystic tumor weighing fifty
pounds was removed.
From tliu llcrnul.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mar
shall, on Monday, February ."1, 1HHI, a
ten pound girl.
Mrs. Melvlna Williams left tho tirst
of the week for Cpac, Mich., where she
goes for an extended visit with rela
tives. James Murphy and bride came home
last week. Ijuitc a number of his
friends welcomed them at the home of
his sister Saturday night.
Miss Pearl Wilkinson, student at
Lincoln, was a visitor with I'rof.
House's family at rlattsmnuth acouple
of days, and came home to spend Sun
day. The meetings at the M. E. church
have resulted In many additions to the
church and a goodly number will yet
unite. At present twenty-nine have
been taken In. While the series of
nightly meetings have closed, yet the
work continues and two nights in the
Many a family depend largely upon
Peruna as a family medicine and the
Borne farmer are far removed from
physicians, and in any caso they are
far more self-reliant and more liable to
depend upon a household remedy than
people who live in tho citlo.
Dr. Hartman, who for many year
wa a farmer himself, and who still
own and manages ono of the best farm
in tho Stato of Ohio, 1 a friend of tho
fhrmer, and it I with tho farmer that
tho lmmcnco bulk of LI correspondence
The million of liooklct published
and distributed by Dr. Hartman every
year circulate chiefly among the farm
A largo number of unsolicited testi
monial concerning Peruna como from
Cie farmers every year.
week are devoted in a special awaken
ing of interest.
County Clerk Ilosencrans and wife
came over from I'lattsmotith Saturday
evening, changing here for Klmwood.
Mr. Ilosencrans wanted to assist the
Masons In showing Candidate J. W.
Gamble how to stick on the goat.
Frank Anderson, foreman at the
quarries, has been on the grip list for
several days. l;rank says Mr. Yates
of Omaha, while here last week, spoke
encouragingly of their business for
l!H), and is looking ahead to a repeti
tion for Hioti. The quarry shipped to
the Ames beet sugar factory last year
TOO cars of stone, besides filling all
their other orders. Mr. Yates leaves
this month for an extended trip to
From the Leader-Keho.
Wm. I). Skeen arrived the latter
part of last week, and has taken
charge of the south side harness shop.
Illrani Miller Is building an addition
to the residence on the farm occupied
by his son, George.
Mrs. KlrchofT, of Plalnvlew, Neb.,
who was visiting relatives In this
vicinity returned home Monday eve
ning. Louis Jensen Is building a new barn,
24x30, on his farm a mile west of town.
Charley Peck Is doing the work.
Peter Nickel was able to come to
town yesterday. He was quite sick
for several days with "grip" and ton
sllitis. The family of Ed Mapes, four and a
half miles northwest of Elmwood, was
placed under quarantine Saturday.
Hhoda Thornton, who is visiting there
i:k;er J. II. Illckncll left Wednesday
for St. Paul, Minn., to enter upon li's
new duties. Mrs. P.lcknell will visit
here two or three months before Join
ing her husband.
Mrs. John Gygcr, one of the pioneers
of Nebraska, died last Friday evening,
February 4th. of cancer of the stom
ach, and was burled beside her hus
band In tho Elmwood cemetery on
Saturday, February f'.th, aged T2 years,
5 months and 22 days.
Invitations have been Issued for the
marriage or Miss Jessie McCrory to
Ralph E. Door. The happy event
will occur on Wednesday evening,
February 14th, at 8 o'clock, at the
home of the bride's parents, near
tope tH coutf b and !! Itanff
. mr. j. b. Alexander.
A Necessity m the Home.
J. 11. Alexander, publisher of the
"Fruit and Floral Guide, a Magazine ot
Horticulture," published in Hartford
City, Ind., aayt of Peruna:
"1 wa afflicted with catarrh of the
throat and head for over ten year. I
wa treated by many physicians, but
grew worte until I was seldom able to
go out In (old weather.
"About ono year ago I was advised to
try Perun.1, which 1 did, and 1 am now
entirely i ell of the catarrh.
"Perunul a necessity in our home.
With the first symptoms of a cold we
use it, and aro never aftlicted with ca
tarrh. "I advlso all who are afflicted with
catarrh to try Peruna. There i certainly
nothing equal to it as a catarrh medi
cine." Dr. Hartman Interested In Farming.
Notwithstanding Dr. Hartman' busy
professional career, ho still continue to
be Interested in farming. He is the
owner ani manager of ono ot the larg
est farms in lie Stato of Ohio, with
several thousand acres of tho best tilled
land in the Middle West, and with
hundreds of the best blooded perchoron
horse ever imported or raised in this
Hr. Hartman relies upen Peruna en
tirely in cases of sickness in his own
i'nitii the lleucon.
Jake and George Reitter and John
Rybothan left Tuesday morning for
W. J. McAllister who has been In
Wyoming for the past live orsix years,
returned to Eagle last Saturday even
ing. Fred Copperman of Iteshicr, Xeb.,
and Miss Lizzie Graue were married
at the bride's home at 2 o'clock Wed
nesday. They have the best wishes of
their many friends.
Geo. Smith bought the four lots
adjoining his property on the west, of
R. Wilkinson last Saturday. W. F.
Matson also lwught two lots just north
of Mrs. Wright's, and will build.
Last Sunday was C. Wetenkamp's
(mUi birthday, and to remind him of
the event a number of his relatives
and friends assembled at his home
Saturday and made a two day's cele
bration of the event. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. I). Schwegeman,
Mr. and Mrs. T' R. Crabtree and son
DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF
TARTAR BAKING POWDER
It does not contain an atom of phos.
phatic acid (which is the product of bones
digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum
(which is one-third sulphuric acid) sub
stances adopted for other baking powders
because of their cheapness.
Pe-ru-na, a Household Friend.
Mr. Henry Schroeder, Route
Napoleon, Ohio, write:
"I Buffered for almost ten years with
catarrh of the stomach and all doctor
mg was of no avail. I took nine bottles
of PVruna and two of Manalln and am
now entirely cured.
"I rveommend the medicine to all
who are ai'lleted with this disease. It
1 my houws.iold friend."
One of Dr. Kirtman's Grateful Cor
Mr. W. R. Callliun, proprietor of Big
Hill Farm, and prominent fruit grower
and stock raiser, Glenvar, Va., writes:
"I write to expre my kindness,
toward you and your good medicine,
"I had a very bad ppei! of sickness
and could not eat anything at, all. My
head, stomach, in fact, my wfcMc body
ached, and it looked as thougn nothing
would do mo any good. 1 hud u.nioht
"I decided to try a ttottlo of yor
Peruna and before I had taken half tr.
bottle my appetite came to me and my
head became all right. In fact, 1 wu
all right all over. Peruna cured me."
While Peruna is not confined to any
one class of people, yet it is probably
true that the farming class more than
any other, rely upon Peruna for th
prevention and cure of all climatia
Conrad, Henry Snoke and family, C.
Wetcnkamp, jr., and family, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Schwegeman and little daugh
ter, A. L. McDonald, Henry Kleer, all
of Eagle; Ross Crabtree and family,
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beach and
daughter of Lincoln.
The band met Monday night to com
plete their organization and for a short
practice. Two members of the Alvo
band were present who joined in the
playing. The band is now fully or
ganized with nineteen members.
Their meetings will be held once a
The Pe-ru-na Almanac.
The Peruna Lucky Day Almanac
has become a lixture in over eight
million homes. It can be obtained
from all druggists free. Be sure to
inquire early. The lnou Almanac is
already published, and the supply will
soon be exhausted. Do not put it off.
Get one today.
Several good housesifor sale and for
rent also some desirable farms. for
sale. Inquire of J. II. Thrasher.
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