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OFFICERS OF HIGH RANK
AND OTHERS ENDORSE PE-RU-NA.
PnmiiiieJtt People Heroin-re-ru-iia.
)r. Hart man's "World Kc
uowiilmI Catarrh Medicine.
A Remedy for the Crip,
Gen. W. II. I'amonH, Vi II Nt., X. W.,
Washington, I). C, write an follows:
"Upon the recommendation of person
nl friends and many HtronR testimonials
t the elllcacy of Peruna In the treat
ment of the numerous symptoms of the
prip with which I have lecn affected for
four moritha past, I have lioen induced
t undergo a treatment of this Justly
"I feel a decided change for the hetter
hy it- u.s? for one week only, especially
i:i toning up the Htma-h, and a consc-iu-nt
tlecided effect upon my appetite.
I therefore feel much encouraged that
I am on the road to complete restora
tion. "My iiiim'T"iis friend-; in Texas, where
1 !:av had the In-nor to command a
! : f lier vet raii cavalry in a four-
:ir ::y, may ' !'4 this voluntary
i.'i.oiual to tin- ni'-rit of IVruna from
a .-n-f !' oh ligation for its wonderful
V-rii-iKi .1 ("ocd Tonic.
; !!. M.C. r.ull. r, of .South Carolina,
wr t -: t'"i.:ii Washington, I. C, as
f'-. ..-.v.- :
'1 -.in r-'commend IN-runa f ar ly.-pep-e'1.1
and slomach trouble.
1 have liecn us i n your meiieine for
, aii.-rt p-riod am! I fc'l very much re
lieved. "It is indeed a wonderful medicine,
cud 1-sides a pood tonic."
Colds in the Mead and Throat.
Ohas.W. Rowman, 1st Lieut. and Adjt.
4!h M. S. M. Car. Vols., writes from
I.nuliam, Md., as follows:
''Though nomwliat averse to patent
medicines, and still more averse to be
coming a professional affidavit man, it
seems only a plain duty in the present
instance to add my experience to the
columns already written concerning the
eurative wers of IVruna.
'I have been particularly hcnclited by
Its us for colds i:i the head anil throat.
-I have been able to fully cure myself
of a most severe attack in forty-ciuht
Juv.n - by its use according to directions.
"I use it as a preventive whenever
threatened with an attack.
'Mi ruber of my family ab'.o use it
f.r K!:e ailments.
nro recomin-.'iiding it to our
f ri .-it'l "
Notice to Cass County Farmerls
The secret of curing hams and
bacons lies in the use of Wright's
Liquid Smoke. It's quicker, safer
and gives better results than the
old style method of using a wood
fire. Sold by
F. C. FRICKE& CO.,
Druggists, Plattsmoith, Neb.
Departs For Home
Herman L. Thomas, formerly opera
tor and agent for the Missouri Pacific,
at Mynard, departed this morning for
the home of his father, at Bartlett,Lst.,
where he will take treatment for ap
pendicitis, with the hope that he may
avoid an operation, which it was thought '
a short time since he would have to go
These are diseases for which Cham
berlain's Salve is especially valuable.
It quickly allays the itching and smart
ing and soon effects a cure. Price, 25c.
For sale by F. G. Fricke and Com
pany. Granted a License
Marriage license was this afternoon
granted to Fred Ossenkopp, aged 27,
of Walton, Nebraska, and Miss Dora
Marks, of Bennet, Neb., aged 23. The
wedding will occur tomorrow at the
home of a sister of the bride, a few
miles from Elmwood.
Is your baby thin,
him a Scott r Em tit j ion
Scott' Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil
and Hypophosphites prepared so that it is
easily digested by little folks.
Consequently the baby that is fed on
Scott'jr Emulsion is a sturdy, rosy
. cheeked little fellow full of health and vigor.
ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND Sl.OO.
iff JKyO y mmmm mmmtmmmmmmmmm mmmmmm mm mmmmmmmmm m j, fj& f
( PSSwRrFi) I v' 4r ii iiw tmm
to the Afflicted.
Brig. (ion. P. T.
C, writes concerning
Peruna, as follows : J,
"Friends of mine having used
your Peruna catarrh cure with
good results, I am impressed with
its curative qualities, and can rec
ommend it to those who are af
flicted." Pc-ru-na In Tablet Form.
Some people prefer to take tablets,;
rather than to take medicine in a fluid
form. Such people can obtain Peruna
tablets, which represent the medicinal
ingredients of Peruna. Kadi tablet is
equivalent to one average dose of Pe
runa. For Catarrh of the Stomach.
ien. W. W. Dutiield, Washington,
I. C, writes :
"I have used Perun.i in my family
and have found it a valuable medicine
and take pleasure in recommending it
to all who 8'iffer from catarrh of the
stomach or who requiro a ionic o;
A Visit From the Stork
To the home of William Wilson came
the long-legged bird Sunday morning,
bringing a little girl to gladden the
home, and cheer them. While the
flock which surrounds their fireside is
j in generous numbers, the parents were
happy to welcome the little girl who
will make their home her place of
abode. Now you know the cause of
the good natured expression which Will
wears. Uncle Oscar also wears a good
natures smile, as well, and one which
has happiness in it.
It coaxes back that well feeling,
healthy look, puts the sap of life in
your system, protects you from dis
ease. Hallister's Rocky Mountain Tea
has no equal as a spring tonic for the
whole family. Tea or Tablets
Had To Walk Back
Yesterday C. W. Baylor was coming
from Nebraska City, and having been
working rather hard was somewhat
sleepy, went to sleep on the train and
was carried past, the conductor awaken
ing him as they passed through Oreop
olis, and allowing him to get of at La
Platte, from where he telephoned to
Grandapa McMaken, who sent Joe to
Oreopolis to meet him. Mr. Baylor
walked to that place from LaPlatte.
For this the railway company is liable
for damage, which will be required of
weak, fretful ?
X VSc-a-.-r1- rZm mmm m Ss MSSSSg .
DEAFNESS CAUSED BY CATARRH
RELIEVED BY PE-RU-NA.
("en. A.M. Legg, writes from the Savings Bank Building, Washington,
I. C., as follows :
'I take pleasure in endorsing the many recommendations I have heard
and read of Peruna, because of having had knowledge of the truth of so
many of them.
"We always tell our siek and ailing friends of the remedies that we have
learned, from experience, were good for us when ailing in the same way,
and we do it as a duty we feel that we owe thorn.
"Why is it any the less our duty to advise all the people we can when we
; know of a good and comparatively
j cures, and benefits in almost all cases? ?
' i '-My own little personal experience of being relieved of deafness, caused I
i f by a siege of catarrh, warrants me in advising all the afflicted to just try J
- . . .
WILL MAKE H!S
HOME IN OMAHA
Ceorge H. Griffin snd wi'e to Re'.uin
to Omaha Their Former Home
Sometime since George H. Griffin
and wife handed in their resignations
as steward tnl matron of the Masonic
home at this p'a?e, as they had an offer
at Omaha, their old home which was
far superior to the position which they
held at this place. The board in charge
of the home tried to persuade Mr. Grif
fin and wife to remain, being well sat
isfied with their services as managers
of the home here. While they would
have liked to have stayed to please the
board, and because their associations
were pleasant, they thought that the
more flatnering offer should not be al
lowed to pass. In leaving this place
they leave behind them a large num
ber of friends which they have made
since they came here, who will be sorry
to see them depart, but whose good
wishes will go with them to their home
Corp Values in the West
The statistical bureau of the. Union
Pacific has issued a compilation from
government reports, showing the value
of farm products in seventeen states
west of the Mississippi in 1907 to have
been a billion and ninety-one million
dollars. Corn leads in production, being
valued at nearly half a billion dollars.
Winter wheat is next, value at $200,
000,000 and domestic hay was valued at
only two million dollars less. Rye, oats,
barley and potatoes follow in order.
The report is compared with the pre
vious year and indicates an increase of
IS per cent in value of crops and this
crease is credited to irrigation. Nearly
85,000,000 acres were under cultivation
and the average value of crops per acre
is given at $12.86. Iowa ranks first in
corn, oats and potatoes, Kansas first in
wheat and Nebraska first in rye. The
report also shows an increase in live
stock of 250 per cent since 1870.
Rheumatic Pains Relieved.
B. F. Crocker, Esq., now 84 years of
age, and for twenty years Justice of
the Peace at Martinsburg, Iowa, says:
"I am terribly afflicted with sciatic
rheumatism in my life arm and right
hip. I have used three bottles of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it did me
lots of good." For sale by F. G.
inexpensive remedy that makes many I
J. W. Sage is making some substan
tial improvements, at his new barn,
having put in a solid concrete floor, in
the stable throughout, and also built a
retaining wall around the building on
the out side as the side of the barn
comes near the bank where the dirt
was dug away to allow the building of
the barn. Martin Sheldon is doing the
work and is a expert in that line.
They Come to Plattsmouth Tuesday
Morning, Take a Nice Dinner
and Are Married
A. B. Tiereny and Miss Maude Fudge,
both of Weeping Water, in com
pany with A. D. Kegley, came to the
city this morning in a automobile, and
visited in the city, partook of an ele
gant dinner at the restaurant of Earl
Barclay, and after dinner, repaired to
to the office of the county judge, where
they secured a marriage license, and
also secured the services of the affable
judge, and with that pleasant way of
his, which no one can really imitate,
joined their lives, and gave them hi3
blessing, in the presence of Mr. Keg
ley and his deputy, Miss Gertrude Bee
son. The happy couple went on their
way rejoicing, with hearts as light as
the thistle down. The Journal joins
with their many friends in extending
congratulations, and wishes them all
the enjoyment in this life which their
most ardent wishes have imagined.
Henry J. Meisinger Better
Henry J. Mesinger, who "under went
an operation for appendicitis at an Om
aha hospital a few days since, is report
ed as getting along as well as could be
expected, and hope is entertained for a
rapid recovery. His parents, J. M.
Meisinger and wife, departed this morn
ing for Omaha, where they will visit
Mashed His Hand Badly.
A few days since, while working at
his saw mill, near Rock Bluffs, John
Lee wa3 assisting in placing a timber
on the carrier, when the man who was
helping, dropped his end, catching Mr.
Lee's hand under the timber and
mashed it quite badly. The hand is
very sore, and not doing as well as he
Used Pc-ru-na Satisfied As to Its Merits
Recommends It to All Sufferers.
(Jen. K. 8. Yoder, 203 Md. Ave., X. K., Wash
ington, D. C, writes :
desire to say that I have found Peruna
to be a wonderful remedy. I only used It tor
a short time and am thoroughly satisfied
as to its merits. I shall gladly recommend
It to all sufferers."
For Kidney Trouble, Coughs, Colds
Gen. A. T. Ilawley, 133 25th St., N.
W., Washington, D. C, writes :
"I have used Peruna and find it very
beneficial for kidney trouble, and es
pecially pood for coughs, colds and ca
Convinced of Pe ru-na's Merit.
Brig. (Jen. J. Floyd King, Washing
ton, P. C, writes:
"I unhesitatingly state that I am con
vinced Peruna is a medicine which will
effect all that is claimed for its use."
Those desirous of obtaining special
directions with regard to the use of
Peruna should write to Dr. S. 15. Hart-
man, President of the Hartman Sani-
tarlum, Columbus, Ohio.
GOES TO OKLA
Litile Six-Year-Old Helen Sage
Makes Long Journey
Tuesday little curly headed, sixj
year-old Helen Sage departed for Rals
ton, Oklahoma, starting on the journey
which is some five hundred miles, where
she goes to join her little sister, Alice
Alice is making her home there with a
l family by the name of Butler, and little
Helen goes to make her home there
also. Helen has a card on a string hung
around her neck telling of where she
was from and where she was going,
stating that she had a half-fare ticket
to the point of destination, which was
delivered to the conductor, and he was
asked to see that she made the con
nections and change of cars. In the
southland where the flowers now are
blooming on every hand, and summer
has already arrived, we hope she will
find friends and a happy home.
Given Up to Die.
B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia street,
tiVansville, Ind., writes: ror over
five years I was troubled with kidney
and bladder affections which caused me
much pain and worry. I lost flesh and
was all run down, and a year ago I had
to abandon work entirely. I had three
of the best physicians who did me no
good and I was practically given up to
die. Foley's Kidney Cure was recom
mended and the first bottle gave me
great relief, and after taking the sec
ond bottle I was entirely cured. " Why
not let it help you? F.C. Fricke & Co.
Will Take Up a Homestead
C. B. Soward departed for Omaha
this morning, where he is looking after
some business matters for the day.
While at the Burlington station this
morning, he said he had resigned hi3
position in the Burlington shops and
would in a short time depart for the
western part of the state, where he
will take a homestead under the Kin
kaid law which allows a section.
The Lucky Quarter
Is the one you pay out for a box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills. They bring
you the health that,s more presvious
than jewels. Try them for headache,
biliousness, constipation and malaria.
If they disappoint you the price will be
cheerfully refunded at F. G. Fricke &
Co., drug store.
When Other Remedies Tailed Pe-ru na
JIon.(Jeo. W. Honey, National Chap
lain U. V. TT., Kx-Chaplain 4th Wiscon
sin Cavalry, Kx-Trea. State of Wiscon
sin and Kx-Q. Master General State of
Texas, (S. A. It., writes from 17(H) First
street, N. K., Washington, I. C, as
"I cannot too highly recommend your
preparation for tho relief of catarrhal
troubles in their various forms.
"Some members of my own family
have used it with, most gratifying re
sults. "When other remedies failed, Peruna
proved most efficacious and I cheerfully
certify to Its curative excellence."
Pe-ru-na, a Standard Treatment For
Mr. John C Nelson, Dayton, 'I'enn.,
geologist and mining engineer, while &
Captain in the Federal Army during the
Civil War, contracted a case of rheuma
tism. This malady was constant and
persistent, inducing the development of
other ailments, which also became
chronic. After taking a course of
Peruna, Capt. Nelson writes:
"Having been painf..!.'y alli'eteil with
chronic rheumatism and r;ic .-.djunc-tivc
complications for many years, and
after having receivd many general
and special treat im nis w it h only tem
porary relief, I real your .siientlthi
treatiso on catarrhal diseases.
"Atiuy request you pivseribed a special
course of tho Peruna remedies, which I
closely followed, and nni happy to re
port that my rheumatism and compli
cated ailments are subdued, and I feel
young again at tho ao of C.) yearn.
"Reason will accept your classitlcatioti
of catarrhal diseases as scientific and
true, and the Peruna remedies as a
standard treatment for them. I thank
you heartily for your skilled and logi
Enjoys Renewed Health and Strenith.
James J. Osborn, (i.'.l Wahsatch Ave.,
Colorado Springs, Colo., lias filled all
the positions in Knight Templar
Masonic Order, was a Mason since
1800, Judge of County Court, Clinton,
Mo., and also County Collector of
Clinton. He writes:
"A sluggish liver which I had been
troubled with for two years made lifa
miserable and I was unable to attend to
my business half the time. I lacked
energy, had headacho most of the time,
and my food distressed me and did not
seem to do me a particle of good.
"Heading of the many cares per
formed hy Peruna, I decided to try a
bottle. Before I had taken many doses
I felt better.
"1 took it as directed for two month
when I was a well man.''
Horace RufTner, accompanied by 8
of the Y. M. C. A Hikers, of Omaha
walked into this cily Sarurday, as a
diversion from their regular order of
business. The eight stayed over night
and in the early morning started back,
while Horace stayed over Sunday visit
ing with friends, and returned Sunday
evening by way of the Missouri Pacific.
The Hikers are storing up quite a bit
of experience, in making the different
outlying cities from Omaha.
In speaking ot the return of the
group, the World-Herald says: "An
other group of young men went on a
"hike" Saturday night to Plattsmouth
and return. Under the leadership of
C. C. Wendell and G. Skovmand, who
walked to Havelock two weeks ago,
the boys left Sixteenth and Harney
street at 10 o'clock Saturday nightand
walked in the moonlight, reaching
Plattsmouth five hours later, covering a
distant of twenty- two miles. J.Dvorak
and J. McCord accompanied the other
two on the tramp back, but the other
four, C. Elsasser, C. Rosenqurst, Dis
brow and Ruffner, had sore feet, and
took the train back.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Both
Agreeable and Effective.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has no
superior for coughs, colds and croup,
and the fact that it is pleasant to take
and contains nothing in any way injuri
ous has made it a favorite with mothers.
Mr. W. S. Pelham, a merchant of
Kirks ville, Iowa, says: "For more than
twenty years Chamberlain's Cough Re
medy has been my leading remedy for
all throat troubles. It is especially
successful in cases of. croup. Children
like it and my customers who have used
it will not take any other." For sale
by F. G. Fricke & Co.,
Burlington Employes Protest
A special from Lincoln says: "The
proposal of the railway commission to
hold a hearing tomorrow on frieght
rates has stirred up the employes of
railroads in Nebraske and a protest
was received today by the commission
from F. M. Ryan, a Burlington engine
er of Lincoln, who represents a joint
committee appointed by railroad em
ployes. Mr. Ryan was accompanied on
his mission by F. H. Crosby, a Burling
ton conductor. They ask that a hearing
be held at which railway employes shall
be given an opportunity to protest
against reduction of rates. ' It is their
intention to notify all railway employes
in the state to be present. The com
mission set no date, but announced that
a hearing would be granted before final
action is taken on rates."
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