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THE TALK OF THE CONTINENT.
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J "I was milTcrlnK from otinato ron-. VI M CN' - "tvl ij I
) Nashville, Te v
Oucs Good llcaltli to Pc ru -ni.
Minn Ij. Willi, lUt . liulc xlri'ct, St. 1'iiul, Minn., writes!
'I.HMt Hirln ii I Intel a very fevero ense of eiiturrh if the stomach
ImiwcIh. 1 wan very inueli run down In Htrcnuth and lost my appetite.
look three bottles ot Peruna and found myself gaining very quickly
in every way.
" also had catarrh In my head, which has been entirely cured.
"I thank I'erunn for the health I am enjoying."
Keeps Pe-ru-na in the tfouse.
The World's Greatest Medicine
The rapid growth of the PernnaMedl
elno Company l. as phenomenal in the
ImnlncHH world ax the, universal popu
larity of their fuinoiiH remedy, Peruna.
The plant cover a number of ncrcw,
nd employs several hundred jieoplo.
,No ther medicine firm in the world
reaches anything liko the, volume of
business done by Vr. Hartmnn'ri firm.
Although 1'eruna t a proprietary
medicine, the details of its compound
ing are in strict necordnnee with phar
maceutical discoveries uiul nothing
pives lr. Hart mini greater pleasure
than to show his intimate professional
friends through tho laboratory where
l'rruna is made.
A Doctor's Prescription.
For years Itr. II art man used Peruna
In his private practice as a regular pro-
Rcriplton. Ho had no thought of manii
laeuiring u or advertising it as a pro
prietary medicine until there was a de
mand niHdo upon him by his many
friends, who clamored for the original
Forty Thousand Patients.
Pr. llartman estimates that he must
have prescribed Peruna for over forty
thousand patients before it was adver
tised as a proprietary medicine.
Relieved In Four Weeks of Severe
Cold on Lungs.
Miss Joslo Hchaetzel, (ien. lel., Ap
pleton, Wis., writes:
"I contracted a severe cold which
settled on my lungs In very short order
and it was not long until it developed
Into a serious cuso of catarrh. Kvery
morning I would raise a lot of phlegm,
which was very disagreeable. My
digestion was poor nnd my lungs sore.
After a few doses ot Peruna I be
gan to mend, and felt that if I kept on
taking It, ft would not be long until I
would be well. I was right, tor fa four
weeks I was welt again.
I think Pertinu is a grand medicine,
nnd wish to add my testimony to the
many others you have."
Catarrh is almost universal. Catarrh
Is dilllcult to cure. Many doctors do
uot care to treat, catarrh at all.
followed Doctor Mart
man's Advice A
Mrs. Anthony Itauch, 438 Johnston
street, Ilucyrus, Ohio, writes:
' I wna nil ffcrinir ffrnm nhstinntn pnn-l
stipation and torpid liver when I took
your advice and purchased six bottles of
Peruna and Manalin.
When I had taken only one bottle I
felt much better and since I have taken
two more bottles I feel entirely well,
but I will continue taking the medicine
for a short time to make sure of my
"I think Manalin is one of the finest
remedies for constipation that I ever
tried. I will never he without it. It has
made me so strong. I can do a day's
work and never tiro.
"1 nm so glad I do not get those dizzy
spells any more. 1 havn'thad one since
I took your medicine.
'I cannot thank you enough for what
your medicine has done for me. All sick
people should give it a fair trial."
Tcruna is not like so many other rem
edies that pass away ar. soon as the first
few bottles nre used. Tho longer Peruna
is u-ed in any community, tho more
popular it becomes.
Mrs. Jessie Smith, 40S Buttles Ave., Columbus,
'I have used your Peruna for catarrh ot the
head and stomach, and have been greatly re
lieved front It.
"Therefore. I cannot praise Peruna too muchi
and can recommend It to any one having the
above disease, as there is nothing better.
" always keep It la the bouse. "
finds Relief in Pc-ni-na Attcr 5urferin Twenty Years.
Mrs. M. 8. Davis, 1005 Buena Vista street, Nashville, Tenn., (writes:
After having been a constant sufferer from catarrh tor more than
twenty years and after trying almost every remedy advertised, and hav
ing lost all hope, I very reluctantly began the use of Peruna about two
Everybody says I look younger now than I did twenty years ago, and I
actually feel younger and better, and weigh more.
I am recommending It to my neighbors and all with whom I come In
Pr-ru-na Removes the Cause ot
Peruna has no bad effects upon tho
system and gradually eliminates ca
tarrh by removing the cause of catarrh.
There are a multitude of homes where
Peruna has been used off and on for
Pc ru-n.i Actually Relieves.
T!- p.... .i. v.-i.v IV! una mi become a
standard catarrh remedy the world over
is simply because it eliminates catarrh.
This explains why Teruna has be
come so popular. It relieves catarrh.
This is an amply sulllcicnt reason why
it should become popular.
It therefore follows that when a rem
edy is devised that can bo used In tho
home at a moderate cos?, sue!) a remedy
sli'iukl in vitaoly byjome i-oimlar.
There are a great many catarrh cures
in the world. The most of them aro
local applications. Few of them are to
be used internally.
Unfortunately, a large number of
these catarrh remedies, especially the
ones prescribed by the doctor?, contain
narcotics of some sort. Cocaine, opium,
and other narcotics are used.
These remedies give temporary relief.
Tho patient thinks ho is better right
In a few weeks, however, he discovers
his mistake. Not only is his catarrh no
better, but he has acquired the habit'of
using some narcotic.
One reason why Peruna has
found permanent use In so many
homes la that It contains no nar
cotic of any kind.
Peruna is perfectly harmless. If
taken according to directions on the
bottle. So used, it can be taken any
length of time without acquiring a
The County Exchanges
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Prom the Kck'Utcr. j
Maurice Meln ,e left Monday to try ;
his fortune at Alliance. j
J. V. Maguey U nianiiik' extensive
alteration of his residence, in the north '
part of town.
Mrs. D. 1). Adams returned last ee-'
ning from a week's visit with her
daughter at Johnson.
There is a .strong demand for more
telephones, and it Is hoped the com
pany will Install them soon.
II. K. Warden sold and delivered to
A. L. Keeker, of I'nion, 'M fat hogs
that averaged pounds, at M 'J.i per
Harve Manners, the lineman for the
I'lattsmoutti Telephone Co., is here In
Btallintrnew phones on a line to the
J. M. Palmer, our genial postmaster,
Is having the office painted and other
wise freshened up. Jim believes In
having everything as neat as a pin.
At the annual meeting of the I'ank
of Murray last week the usual dividend
often per cent was declared, and as
much more passed to the surplus fund.
Three candidates investigated some
of the mysteries of the Modern Wood-1
craft last Friday night. It is said j
that they were very much surprised at
getting "IT so easy. I
Why sulTer with your kidneys?
Tho discovery of Kklney-Ktts has
proved a blessing to thousands of kid
ney sufferers who have been restored
to perfect health. These tabletsdrive
the diseased germs out of the system
and we urge all suffers to give this
sclentilic add successful kidney remedy
a trial. cents. Sold by (Jering & Co.
from the Courier.
Dr. II. J. Lehnhoff, of Lincoln, spent
Sunday with his parents at College
Local Odd Fellows are making pre
parations for observance of the anni
versary of that order April 20.
Korn, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Lohnes,
April I'th, a Rlrl. Also to Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Cartway, April 14th, a girl.
The riattsmoutU Journal is urging
Its citizens to prepare for the celebra
tion of the Fourth of July. There is
nothing like starting early.
C. A. Kichey returned from Chicago
Sunday where he has been for several
weeks taking treatment for stomach
disorder, lie says he is feeling line.
Mrs. Jacob Meier, who has been
making her home with her son at
Weeping Water since the accidental
death of her husband last fall, Is here
visiting her old time friends and
Peter K. l!er and two other imaha
ated near Louisville. Mr. Her has
organized a stock company in imaha
for the purpose of making paint and
pressed brick and says mo place in Ne
braska can clay be found that is bet
ter suited for the purpose. The Cour
ier understands that work is to com
mence in the near future.
The school board met Monday eve
ning and elected teachers for the next
year as follows: Principal. W. T.
Davis: assistant principal. Miss (5 race
llylfon: grammar, Miss Ella Kryan,
Ashland: second primary, Miss Cath
erine Willis. No intermediate teacher
was elected, and none of the emit racts
! for the teachers elected have been
I The comfortable farm home of Jos.
Mullln was the scene of a happy gath
ering of friendsTuesday evening. Five
! gallons of icecream and much cake
I was disposed of between games, and
mi were In to.vn Thursday I fU!mt 1,10 X r,!1voa,0
ngthe red clay hanks situ-! L m 1 froe" l,1,0l!; ' anfI
Does your baking powdei
contain alum ? Look upon
the label. Use only a powder
whose label shows it to be
made with cream of tartar.
NOTE Safety lies in buying
only the Royal Baking Powder,
which is the best cream of tartar
baking powder that can be had.
Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar.
Mr. Wm Thos. Lanorgan, provincial
Constable at Chapleau, Ontario, says:
"I caught a severe cold while hunting
aburglar In the forest swamp last fall.
Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy, I tried It, and after using two
small bottles, 1 wasconipletely cured."
Tbls remedy is Indended especially for
coughs and colds. It will loosen and
relieve a severe cold In less time than
by any other treatment and Is a favor
ite wherever Its superior excellence
has become known. For sale by F. F.
Frleke & Co., and A. T. Fried.
From the LcHilcr-Koho.
E. II. Stapeley's were released from
Miss Kessle Deles was taken quite
sick again yesterday afternoon, and
bad to le taken home from school.
Mrs. Win. Langhorst, who Is visiting"
at the home of L. F. Langhorst, was
taken quite sick Wednesday night,
but Is much better again.
Walter Cromwell, residing several
miles southwest of Klmwood, lias the
smallpox. The family were placed In
Mr. J. Kebcr, father of Mrs. II. O.
Miller, who has been visiting relatives
and friends here, left Wednesday for
South Dakota for a visit w ith relatives.
Clay Conner has purchased from L.
F. Langhorst the house and lot west
of D. Smith's residence. Mr. Conner
expects to move therein about the first
through. Those present were: Messrs.
and M.sdanics L. F. Langhorst. L. C.
Stark, Harry Williams, J. ;. Stark. I?.
I. Clements, C. (i. Kailey, Frank (lus
iin. Frank Koscr.o, C. L. Iiohannan. J.
A. Clements, Mrs. Win. Langhorst,
Miss Merle Oustin.
Suffered for Five Years with Kidney
and Liver Trouble.
"I suffered for five years with kidney
and liver trouble, which caused severe
pains across the back and a blinding
headache. I bad dyspepsia and was so
constipated that I could not move my
bowels without a cathartic. I was
cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets and have been well now
for six months," says Mr. Arthurs.
Strickland, of Chattanooga, Tcnn.
For sale by F. 0. Frleke & Co., and A.
Miss George Matousof Plattsmouth
Is visiting with her sister, Mrs. V. F.
11 of man.
R. W. Hyers of Plattsmouth is visit
ing with his son, A. A. Hyers and fam
ily this week.
F. Johnson and w ife are spending a
few days this week with Plattsmouth
friends and relatives.
Miss Edith Grey left Thursday fur a
visit with relatives and friends at Ar
lington and Omaha.
The saloon licenses of our town ex
plrc today and marks the beginning of
the "dry season" for one year at least
Albert Staniforth, who has been em
ployed In the boiler shops for some
time, was severely scalded some time
ago, Is reported as Improving
Mrs. Curtlsof Cnlon Is visiting with
her sister, Mrs. E. Garrison, who had
an operation performed In a Lincoln
hospital about two weeks ago.
Geo. F. N'lles, who was formerly em
ployed In the Kurlington shops at this
place, died Sunday, April h, at Fay,
Nevada. The body will be brought to
Lincoln for burial.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael (juinn, who
were united in marriage some time ago
have returned from their wedding
trip, and will make their home on the
Groom's farm east of Ilavekck.
Grip Quickly Knocked Out.
"Some weeks ago during the severe
winter weather both my wife and my
self contracted severe colds which
speedily developed into the worst kind
of la grippe with all its miserable
symptoms."' says Mr. J. S. Egleston,of
Maple Landing, Iowa. "Knees and
joints aching, muscles sore, head stop
ped up, eyes and nose running, with
alternate spells of chills and fever.
We began using Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, aiding the same with a double
dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets, and by Its liberal use
soon completely knocked out the grip."
Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co., and A. T.
All klndi of tVnul work. I'lutes made tht
Bt. 2(i years experience. Prices rranunable.
OFFICE KlTZOERALD BLOCK.
Farm House Burned.
Shortly after the noon hour last
Monday the house on Mart Zinkon's
place, about a mile and a half south
east of town, was burned down. The
place was occupied by Mr. E. H. Wil
son and son. It is not known how the
tire started, but it is supposed to have
been caused by a defective Hue and
started shortly after Mr. Wilson had
gone to the field. Mrs. Lewis Root, a
neighbor, was the first to reach the
place after the lire was discovered, but
the Hames had gained such headway
by that time she could not enter the
building but was aide to drag out a
few bales of hay from a small granary
which stood near the house and was
also burned. Mr. Zinkon's loss on the
building will amount to between $lf()
and .f2no. He had no Insurance. Mr.
Wilson lost everything in the house.
A paper was circulated to raise a little
money for Mr. Wilson. He will move
Into Sam Westlake's house just east of
where he did live Eagle Keacon.
What good does It do you to eat If
your stomach fails to digest the food?
None. It does you barm causes belch
ing, sour stomach, flatulence, etc.
When the stomach fails a little Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure after each meal will
digest what you eat and makes the
stomach sweet. F. G. Frleke & Co.,
Gering & Co.
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.
ir rr tw:o r.vrM cc.
Norit. f.'.:"A n':!nir fowdpn Me lold nl tttt
to tutM, i.ve nuts a Kmml 01 a crnt nil
(iiiti.r, t"it liny irmlrr Ihr luoJ lttltlly
iml;;i;tit unj uuliralllilul.
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