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The County Exchanges
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1 1 nun tin- llrx'on )
L. Heel it el Is Just recovering from a
siege of la grippe.
James Snoke was uito hick the llrst
of the week, but !s able to I around
A. L. McDonald lias been attending
a meeting of tbe State Hardware
Ialers' Association In Omaha this
week, returning borne today.
Ir. Jester accompanied Mrs. Ilck
Standlcv to Lincoln Wednesday, where
she underwent an operation at tbe
J.Kelsey, who has been vlsillnn
his sister, Mrs. L. r.echtel, In Kaglc,
and other relatives In Lincoln for the
past month, left yesterday morning
for Ills home at Lancaster, Kansas.
Win. Pennington was taken to Lin
coln to the city hospital Tuesday even
ing by lr. Delhel. lie lias been suffer
ing from muscular rheumatism and a
complication of Intestinal troubles.
John Adams has begun preparations
for the erection of a house on tho lots
recently purchased of E. J. Hardy.
Most of the outbuildings arc already
under headway and the cellar Is being
The large farm of A. J. N'lekey, sur
rounding Alvo, has been purchased by
S. C. ISoyles, cashier of the Farmers
and Merchants' bank. The farm com
prises -00 .acres and brought about
Wash your hands with warm water,
dry with a towel and apply Chamber
lain's Salve Just beforo going to bed,
and a speedy euro Is certain. Tills
Naive Is also Invaluable for sore nip
ples, Itching piles and skin diseases.
For sale by F. (i. Frlcke Co. and
Kroto in LrHili r Kcln).
F. A. llaker Is building a commo
dious new barn.
Many of the farmers expect to llnlsh
husking corn this week.
Ir. Hunger reports the birth of a
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ward
Wednesday, November 14.
Johnlicrry Stark lias been appointed
deputy grand master for this dis
trict by the grand master of the 1.
Jacob Sliutrum lias sold his -MO-acrc
farm, three miles cast of Eagle, to a
Mr. Copley of Cnadllla. Considera
OlcCarrhas resigned as mall car
rier since the advent of the two new
mail trains. New bids will probably
be asked for.
A gentleman residing near Alvo was
In town, Wednesday, and In speaking
of the train service on the Lock Island
said that the trains never slop any
more unless they have a wreck.
Dr. Munger went to Lincoln Tues
day evening to sec Mrs. Wm. Deles
Dernier, who has been In the Everett
sanitarium for the past the weeks.
He found her condition very favorable
and she was brought home Wednes
Kleber Wlllcuckson.son of the late
Win. Wllloockson, was elected judge
of the Sixth Judicial district of Iowa
at the recent election by a majority of
5,000. Mr. llcockson's home is at
Slgourney, Iowa, and he is well known
by many Elmwood people.
Taken as directed, It becomes the
greatest curative agent for the relief
of suffering humanity ever devised
Such Is Holllstcr's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Xi cents, Tea or Tablets. Oer
Ing & Co., druggists.
stomach disorders Its con- i
tinued use means permanent I
injury to health. J
Following the advice of medical
scientists, England and France have 1
passe a laws promoiung us use
in bread making.
should protect their house
holds against Alum's wrongs
by always buying pure Grape
Cream of Tartar Baking
CJ Pure Grape Cream of
Tartar Powder is to be had
for the asking
Buy by name
SPED P1I LIFE"
Nothing In th Report.
A report comet from Chicago that
James J. Hill Is preparing to have his
Great Northern swallow tbe Hurling-
ton system by absorbing Its Identity, That's what a prominent
and taking away Its name. At Bur- , . . i r c
lington headquarters In Omaha om- dfUlSt said of ScOtt S
clalssay that there Is no truth In the Kmtllsion a short time
report, and that It has never beenglv-! s a n,e we (jon't
enanyconslderatlonbyMr.Hlll. . ...
They add that the Burlington Is a use or reter to testimonials
business name that all over tbe world n addressing the public,
is worm minions or uoiiars id mt., . , ,i
lull nit; auuvc nuiai. aim
Hill every year, and that he Is too
wise a man to throw business away.
Instead of the Great Northern ab
sorbing the name of the Burlington,
It looks as though the Burlington Is
going to do a little of the absorbing on
its own account. When the Great
Northern was built from Sioux City
to Ashland, upon its completion, It
took on the name of the Burlington.
Now plans f.re about completed by
which the Great Northern, running
from South Sioux City to O'Neill,
will be addsd to the Burlington man
agement In Nebraska and carry the
name of Burlington.
"For years 1 starved, then 1 bought
a .) cent nottle or Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure, and what that bottle benefited
me all the gold in Georgia could not
boy I kept on taking It and In two
months 1 went back to my work as
machinist. In three months 1 was as
well and hearty as I ever was. I still
use a little occasionally as 1 llnd It Isa
tine blood purifier and a good tonic.
May you live long and prosper." O.N.
Cornell, Boding, Ga., Aug. 21, lmiti.
Kodol Is sold here by F. G. Frlcke &
Co. & Gcrlng & Co.
The Lincoln Journal says that Con
ductor Walters, the Burlington man
who was shot while on duty about a
week ago.is reported recovering rapidly
from his injuries. He was shot three
times by a crazy man with whom he
had some misunderstanding about a
ticket,' while running his train from
Lincoln to Omaha. The crazy man
afterwards turned the gun on himself,
Indicting wounds from which he later
died In Omaha. One ball passed
through Mr. Walters' arm and two
others were Imbedded In bis shoulder.
similar expressions are
made so often in connec
tion with Scott's Emulsion
that they are worthy of
occasional note. From
infancy to old ae Scott's
Emulsion oilers a reliable
means of remedying im
proper and weak develop
ment, restoring lost llesh
and vitality, and repairing
waste. The-action of
Scott's Emulsion is no
more of a secret than the
composition of the Emul
sion itself. What it does
it does through nourish
ment the kind of nourish
ment that cannot be ob
tained in ordinary food.
No system is too weak or
delicate to retain Scott's
Emulsion and gather good
We will tend you a
Be litre ll.Jt tliii picture in lh
form ol a Ubcl Is 011 the wrapper
of every bottle ol Emulsion you
SCOTT & BOWNE
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. and $1: all druggists.
Mut Take Care of "Don."
Kcportscome from Lincoln to the
effect that as soon as Governor-elect
Sheldon made his appearance at the
capital his steps were dogged by oflice
seekers. Mr. Sheldon, however de
clares that he will announce no ap
pointments until after January 1.
Fifteen or twenty men want to be
oil inspector and the home of Sheldon
Is llteraly inundated with requests for
Karly next week Sheldon w ill leave
for Mississippi, where he will spend
several days on his plantation.
W. II. Hayward was spoken of as a
possible aspirant for the olllce of
adjutant general. He disclaimed any
Intention of accepting thcoillce should
It be proffered him.
One of the rumors Is that Norrls
Brown will attempt to take care of
Don Dcspain by seeking his appoint
ment as state oil inspector. However,
it is probable that Brown will be urged
to look after Iespaln with some
In Time of Peace.
In the llrst months of the Russia
Japanese war we had a striking ex
ample of the necessity for prcpartlon
and the early advantage of thus who
so te speak, "have shingled their roofs
lu dry weather." The virtue of pre
paration has made history and given
to us our greatest men. The Indi
vidual as well as the nation should be
prepared for any emergency. A re you
prepared to successfully com tat the
llrst cold you take? A cold can be
cured much more quickly when treated
as soon as It has been contracted and
before it has become settled in the
system. Chamberlain's Cough Bern
cdy is famous for Its cures of colds and
It should be kept at hand ready for In
stant use. For sale by F. G. Frlcke
Co. and Il'Menfs.
Show Up Pretty Walt.
The gross receipts of the Missouri
Pacific railway at the Nchawka sta
tion for the month of October, l'.xxi,
were f 7,222.4.0, being the largest In the
history of the station. This was di
vldcd as follows: Ticket sales, i;ts.iiO;
incoming freight, $2,r00; outgoing
freight, :i,!.7I(. Total, 7,222 40.
i nis noes not include about No for
express nor any Western Union tolls.
We think It a pretty good month'
business for a town of this sle and it
shows there Is something doing here
all the time. What town of our sle
can beat It? Nrhawka Begister
Had a Clot Call.
"A dangerous surgical operation, In
volving the removal of a mamoth ul
cer as large as my hand from my
daughter's hip. was prevented by the
application of Bucklen's Arnlcaalve."
says A. C. Slckcl of Miletus, W. Va.
"Peislstont use of the salve compktly
cured It." Ours Cms, Burns and In
juries. 2." at F. G. Fricke A Co. drug-
300 Good Warm Coats at 93c
for ladles and children s style little
oft but .' to tl." quality at closing out
sale of Ilerold's stock
Hundreds of Plattsmouth Citizens Can Tell
You All About It.
Home endorsement, the public ex
pression of I'lattsmouth people, should
he evidence beyond dispute for every
I'lattsmouth reader. Surely the ex
perience of friends and neighbors,
cheerfully given by them, will carry
more weight than the utterances of
strangers residing In far away places.
Head tne follwing:
E. M. Buttery, engineer, living at
cornerof Tenth and Walnut streets,
I'lattsmouth, Neb., says: "It did not
require a long treatment to prove to
me that Doan's Kidney Fills have
merit. Fain would catch me in the
hips so that 1 could hardly raise a
shovel of coal. There was also at
times a lameness across the loins. I
had reason to believe that these
troubles were caused from a disordered
condition of the kidneys and hearing
Doan's Kidney Pills so highly spoken
of, I sent to Gerlng & Co.'s drug store
for a box. The quick and effective
relief I obtained from its use warrants
me In speaking of the remedy In most
For sale bv alt dealers. Price :oc.
Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y..
sole agents for the United States.
Kemember the name Doan's and
take no other.
nlm the loss of his left eye. One of
the other children was playing with a
stick In the bre and Mrs. Tartar
jerked It away from him, and In do
ing so struck the little fellow In tbe
eye, burning It quite badly.
From tli LriUrr.
Linus Beynolda went t Weeping
Water on Monday to accept a portion
as night operator fur the Missouri IV
Mrs. W. 11. Maik ariived borne
Tuesday evening from several da)s'
visit with relatives at Oak, Neb., also
stopped for a few da). s' visit In Lin
coln. Mr. G. L. Sherman ariived here
Tuesday evening from St. Joseph, and
Is visiting her sisters, Mis to. F.
Davis and Mrs. Clara A. Davis. She
Is accompanied by tier little d.iuliler,
W. B. Banning Is making some valu
able Improvements about Ills elevator,
taking away the old powerhouse to
build a new and larger one, and will
add some new apparatus to the "ma
A deal has been made whereby Wade
Porter, residing west of this village,
succeeds Reese Delaney as owner of
the dray and delivery business. Mr..
Porter takes charge of the business
December 1, and by that time he will
become a "permanent fixture" in this
John B. Pierson and Bert Seaver
were In from Teeumseh last week und
Will Banning joined them for their
annual duck shooting over on the
river. The "oillcla' count" was not
made public, but we understand that
the ducks they didn't capture would
fill a very large sack.
Our jovial fr.end, II. A. Dugay, Is
to be a daily visitor here, as he has
been assigned to ofliciate as conductor
on the new passenger train that was
put on last Sunday to run between
Nebraska City and Omaha. Mr. Du
gay Is "right In town with a pocketful
of rocks" now, as lie resided here a
number of years ago and was con
ductor on the llrst train that ran over
this main line between here and
Omaha fifteen years ago last Septem
From the Courier.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Backemeycr,
November 11, a boy.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jake Carnlcle,
of South Bend, a girl, November 11.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Schlater,
jr., Friday, November li, an 8-pound
Seventeen Austrian came In from
Lincoln Tuesday to work at the Na
tional Stone quarries.
Tbe Missouri Pacific officials passed
through Louisville Wednesday In their
special car. They were Inspecting the
bridge over the Platte river.
Sparks from a Burlington engine set
fire to the grass west of town Sunday.
The tire spread for a distance of about
two miles but no serious damage was
L. F. II addon, who has been work'
Ing for the Lyman Sand Co. at Orcap
oils, removed his family to Louisville,
Tuesday where they will reside hi the
A very pleasant surprise was given
(i rami na Beichart last Saturday even
Ing, when a number of her friends and
neighbors came In and informed her
that it was her 70th birthday. A very
enjoyable evening was upcnt.
The little two-year-old son of Prof,
and Mrs. N. W. Gaines dipped his
lingers Into a can of lye one dav this
week and then put them Into his
mouth. The little fellow's mouth and
tongue were badly burned, but local
remedies quickly applied prevented
any serious results.
The little sun of cs Taylor met
with a very peculiar accident Thurs
day night which might have cause!
Your stomach churns and digests
the food you eat and if foul, or torpid,
or out of order, your whole system suf
fers from blood poison. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea keeps you well.
cents, Tea or Tablets. Gerlng &
Willard Clapp arrived Monday and
will make this place his headquarters
for a time.
A wblst Club has been formed in Ne-
hawka and will meet every onie in a
while, and sometimes oftcner.
Mrs. Li..ie Bevan, of Oskaloosa, la.,
arrived Friday fur an extended visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Wilcox.
Mrs. N. L. Pollard and chidren left
Saturday for Schenectady, N. Y.,
where they will join Mr. Pollard, who
has been there for some time.
A recent communication from Clias.
Banning states that he Is sick at Kear
ney, being troubled with his eyes.
His friends here hope for his speedy
Karl Kirk patrlck, who Is at Dallas,
Texas, has received the appointment
as assistant city passenger agent for
the Santa Fe, at an increase of !"
per month in salary.
Avocalsontlie boom In the matri
monial line we understand they bad
two marriages and nearly the thlid
one over there the past week. What's
the matter with Nehawka?
EX-COY. OF OREGON USES
PE-RU-NA IN HIS FAULT
For Colds and Finds It An
I li.tul blUllillltf, c-titxi, bin.
I Letter From the Ex-Governor of
The Fx-Governor of Oregon l an
ardent admirer of IYruna. He keeps it
continually in tho house.
A letter received from him read, at
State or Oiikcjon, i
EXETTIVK l'KPAKTMEKT. j
The rYruna Medicine Co.,
Dear Sirs I have had occasion to
use your Peruna medicine In my fam
ily for colds, and It proved to be an
excellent remedy. I have not had oc
caslon to use It for other ailments.
Yours very, truly, W. M. Lord.
It w ill bo noticed that the tJovornor
nays lie has not had occasion to use
Peruna for other ailments.
The reason for this Is that most olhor
ailments begin with a cold.
F.'lnp Peruna promptly to relieve
colds, lie prutecta his family against
This is what every other family in tho
United Slates should do. Keep Peruna
in tho house.
Used Pe-ru-na In the ramify Eight
Mr. Josephine tiillcn, :ii"i Morris St.,
Portland. Ore., member Patrons of
"Peruna has proveu itself of such un
told value to us that we are i;lad to give
It duo praise. Wo havo had it in the
home for more than eight years.
'It restores health ia a few short
wteks, takes away headaches and back
aches, increases the appetite and re
stores lost nerve force. It is a specific
for colds and catarrh."
Every family should be provided with
copy of Dr. Hartman's free book on
"Chronic Catarrh." Address Dr, S. B.
dartman, Columbus, Ohio.
An old bachelor of this city says if
some of the younger set of girls In this
old town were one-half as pretty as
they think they are, they would
command an extraordinary salary at
a beauty show.
Don't allow money to lie around,
is easier to spend it and easier
to lose it
10c Butts 8c; 15c Batts 10c
at closing out sale of Ilerold's stock.
by keeping it in a safe place such is
The BanH of Cass County
Capital Stock $50,000, Surplus 115,000
CIik. C. I'lirmele. I're., .IhcoIi Trlucli, V-H.
I'. M. I'hIUTmiii. Ch-.Ii.
You cun give a check for any part of
It at any liiiie and so have a receipt
for payment without asking for one.
W hen you have a bank account you
will be anxious to add to it rather than
spend from it. Don't you want to
know more about it.
Women who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable,
painful, weakening, female complaints, will find that
Wine of Cardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for all
their ills. It acts directly upon all the delicate, inflamed
tissues, purifying the blood, throwing off the clogging
matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular,
scanty, profuse, painful catamcnia, prolapse, etc.
Also relieves headache, backache, dizziness,
cramps, dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc.
If you need advice, write us a letter, telling us all
your symptoms. We will send free advice (in plain
sealed envelope). Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept.,
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tcnn.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN $1.00 BOTTLES
"I WROTl YOU
foe Mi. in J ItvfolWwIrf It nd
Uk.ru Lit Jul, irv I fti.i TmhiI l
wt lurrj.' Mr. M. S. to Hj -f,
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