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THR NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , SRITKMHRU 27,1001.
Republican Convention Does
Good Work Today.
STRONG TICKET IN THE FIELD.
Resolutions Adopted Denouncing An
archy and Its Friends Convention
is Harmonious and the Nominations
are Quickly Made.
From HMnrdny'K Pally
The rcpublicnu county convention
met in Buttle Crook today and placed
in nomination the following named
candidates for county oillccrs :
II. 0. Miles for county treasurer.
Phil Bauch for county cleric.
.Indue Meyer for county judge.
J. B. Barnes , jr. , for county superin
,1. .1 Clements for sheriff.
W. II Lowe for county surveyor.
Dr. MeMahan for county coroner.
.las. Rosoborough for county com
The convention was called to order at
11 o'clock this forenoon hy David
Whitla , chairman of the county central
committee , and the call was read by J
L. Knesel , secretary.
Upon motion John II. Hays was
made temporary chairman and J. L.
KncBcl temporary secretary.
A committee of seven on credentials
was appointed , after which the conven
tion took a recess for dinner.
The convention was called to order at
1:30 : by the chairman , and upon motion
the temporary orgniiizutiou was made
The committee on credentials reported
that there were no contests and the dele
gates whose certificates had been filed
with the committee were recommended
as entitled to votes in the convention.
Walt B. Reynolds of Madison was at
this time made assistant secretary.
Central committeemen from the var-
vions precincts were selected.
T | Upon motion of J. S. Mackay of
Meadow Grove the following resolu
tions were adopted :
Whereas , Onr nation has been cast in
to the deepest gloom and the whole civ
ilized world stands appalled at the
dastardly crime that has been com
mitted incur midst , whereby our nation
has lost its beloved leader and all the
nations of the earth an earnest and
faithful friend by the veaom of a rep
tile known as an anarchist ; therefore bo
Resolved , By the republicans of Madi
son county in delegate convention
assembled , that wo hereby denounce
the society of anarchists and all their
friends or abettors as dangerous to so
ciety , and we ask congress to take such
action as will secure the punishment
swift and terrible , for the ones engaged
in this hellish plot , and protect us from
such calamities in the future ; and be it
Resolved , That we look upon any per
son expressing friendship or sympathy
with these enemies of mankind as very
little better than the actual assassin of
our beloved president.
The chairman , John R. Hays , then
addressed the convention , giving one
of his rousing impromptu talks , which
will prove an inspiration during the
It was announced that nominations
were now in order. Upon motion R.
O. Miles was renominated for county
treasurer by acclamation , and Phil
Bauch received the renomiuation for
county clerk in the same generous man
For county judge , Judge Meyer of
Madison was nominated by acclamation.
For superintendent of public instruc
tion , J. B. Barnes , jr. , of Norfolk re
ceived the nomination without opposi
For sheriff , J. J. Clements of Norfolk
was nominated with but little opposi
tion , O. S. Smith of Madison declining
to make the race after his name was be
ing considered by the convention.
W. H. Lowe was nominated for
Dr. McMahan was placed in nomina
tion for county coroner.
Jas. Roseborough of Tilden was nom
inated for county commissioner of the
\ R. H. Reynolds was made chairman
of the county central committee and W.
We offer 80 cents per hundred for
sweet whole milk , which is equivalent
to 20 cents per pound for butter fat.
Call and see us.
HAKDIXO CREAMERY Co.
Does it Pay to Buy Cheap ?
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all right , but you want something
that will relieve and cure the more se
vere and dangerous results of throat
and lung troubles. What shall you do ?
A warm , dry and sunny climate is fine
for you , but by all means you should
take the only remedy that has been in
troduced in all civilized countries with
success in severe throat and lung
troubles , "Boschee's German Syrup. "
It not only heals and stimulates the tis
sues to destroy the germ disease , but al
lays inflammation , causes easy expecto
ration , gives a good night's rest , and
cures the patient. Try one bottle. Rec
ommended by all druggists in the world.
Sample bottln free at Asa K Leonard's.
Get Green's Prize Almanao.
Daily Excursions via Nickle Plate Road.
Chicago to Buffalo and New York.
Special low rates and favorable limits
on all points east. Call on or address
John Y. Calahan , general agent , 111
Adams street , Chicago.
Rev. J. P. Mueller went to Madison
Mrs. A. Morrison returned last night
B. A. Roberts of Albion was in Nor
folk over night.
Superintendent JO. W. Cruiu is in the
city from Madison.
Goo. D. Buttorileld of Creighton was
in the city last night.
Misses Nellie and Maud Dingninn
went to Omaha today.
Mrs. V. Braiimrd wont to Neligh yes
terday to visit relatives.
Mrs. Ella Mnrklo of Chicago is visit
ing with Mrs. G H. Mason.
Chii.s Jacobson of MadiFon transacted
business in Norfolk yesterday ,
L. M. King , jr , of Fremont is a guest
at the homo of ,1. S. McOlary.
Mifses Bloy and Minuio Witfooth re
turned from Omaha last evening.
Miss Rose Hughes of Buttle- Creek
was shopping in the city yesterday.
John Walters is painting his recently
rebuilt homo on South Ninth street.
H. S. Miller , II. L Inholdor and liar-
vey Fry of Pierce were in the city ever
Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Lightner of Mon
roe were in the city over night ourouto
O. 13. Remieter and J. C. Williman
were in from Plainviow yesterday on
A. P. Childs was in the city over
night enrouto from Omaha to his homo
Kid Hall returned from Omaha last
night , having attended the Ak-Sur Ben
The work of grading Main street has
been resumed , apparently with better
success than before the rain.
Mrs. C. F. Wutbou loft this morning
for her homo in Kansas City after vis
iting with Norfolk relatives.
The condition of Lucile Tracy , who
lias been quite sick for some days past ,
is bomewhat improved today.
Myron Twiss is rebuilding his wind
mill on the ground opposite the Oreigh-
ton depot on a much larger scale.
Miss Delia Reavis , employed in Miss
Shelley's dres making parlors , is visit
ing at her home in Battle Creek today.
Mrs. J D. Sturgeon is reported to bo
very sick at her homo 011 South Ninth
street , with a poor chance for recovery.
Rev. J. O. Taylor of Neligh has been
the guest of Rev. J. C. S. Weills since
yesterday and will leave for his home
this evening ,
Benlah , daughter of Mr. and Mrs C.
S. Hayes , observed her seventh birth
day yesterday by entertaining a num
ber of little friends.
Floyd Freeland returned Wednesday
evening from the west , having boon en
gaged for the past four years at survey
ing in Colorado , California and other
Company L , N. N. G. , returned last
night from Omaha where they have
been in camp since the 10th. The boys
were quite generally well pleased with
their experience but were glad to get
Leon Brown of Missouri Valley , Iowa ,
mourns the death of his baby , which
occurred in that city yesterday. It
will be remembered that Mrs. Brown ,
formerly Miss May Bates of this city ,
died seven months ago , soon after the
baby was born.
Dr. C. A. McKim returned from
Omaha yesterday. At the meeting of
the Iowa-Nebraska Veterinary Medical
association lie was elected vice presi
dent for the coming year and at a meet
ing of the Nebraska Medical association
he was elected treasurer.
Miss Hattie McKim who went to
Omaha to enter Brownell Hall found it
impossible to enter without securing
boarding accommodations outside and
decided not to enter this year. She
went from Omaha to Tecumseh to pay
her brother , Rev. W. R. MoKim , a visit.
Ladies' days at the Height bowling
alley ore proving very successful and a
number of Norfolk ladies are becoming
interested in the amusement. Yester
day was the second ladies' day and
there were quite a number out to enjoy
the occasion , some very good scores be
ing made. The three high scores , made
in one game , were : Miss Hartley 101 ,
Miss Edith McClary 85 , and Mrs. O. H.
According to the Times a Randolph
lady was recently captivated by the
wording of a Chicago catalogue house
advertisement and ordered a conch. It
was to cost , cash with order , $ (1.75 ( ; to
this was added freight to the amount of
$1.75 , and 20 cents for burlap used in
packing , thus making the total cost
jSs.-lS. A little afterward this lady
priced a similar couch in a Randolph
store and found the regular price to bo
$8 , and a better article than she had at
The ball game at Stanton yesterday
was won by the Stantou team over the
one from this city with the assistance of
six Colorado Springs professional
players , the score being 7 to 1. The
Norfolk boys put up a good hard fight in
face of their strong opposition and if
any surprise was felt it was that they
held the aggregation as level an they
did. Steele was in the box for Norfolk
and diicceeded in striking out Hi men.
The Norfolk team and its supporters
were natmul bomowhat dinnppointud at
the result as they expected to liuvo as
competitors the regular Stanton team.
A beautiful rerodos was yesterday
placed in Trinity dmrch. It covers the
east end of the sanctuary , extending to
the floor on either end of the altar.
The center over the altar has a canopy
for the altar cross , which canopy is tuip-
ported by turned columns. On either
tiido of this is gothio panel work , carved
and champcred. One graiidlno rxtvmlH
the entire length of the rorodos about
seven inches above the rutablo. The
material in oak and blends in color with
that of the altar. On the panel to the
right of the altar , engraved in old Eng
lish , is the following inscription :
"Gloriao Dei et in Memoriam Katharine
Isbistor Weills , Ohiit Keb. 1(1 ( , 11101. "
The lumiFoment FOIISOU at the Audito
rium opened last uvo'iing to a good audi
ence , the house being lighted for the
first time this fall on "Human Hearts , "
as presented by W. E. Nankovillo's ex-
otllent company. The pieeu is an idyl
of the Arkansas hills and portrays a
phase of lifo that touches human nature.
The company is a strong one through
out , the work of L. J. Pluiiu-r , Hen
McCrary , I Frank Guderian and Mi.ss
Pearl Ford being exceptionally well
done. Manager Spear was very well
pleased with the audience on his open
ing night as well as with his attraction ,
If this is a sample of the bills that are
to follow during the season , and it is
believed to be , the Auditorium will do a
Elks lodge hold a social session last
evening after the theatre , when Allen
A Hampton , manager , and a number of
the members of "Human Hearts" com
pany were guests. To say that the ses
sion was a social success expresses it
mildly. The festivities were continued
until after 1 o'clock this morning , and
the local members found that the visit
ing Elks are very genial fellows. Light
refreshments were served. Before the
close of thejmoeting , Manager Hampton
presented the lodge with an autograph
signature of President Roosevelt , cut
from a hotel register at RipleyColorado ,
where he stopped during his last hunt
ing trip to that state in the spring. The
president does not write a very good
grade of penmanship but it is a strong
haud nevertheless. It simply say :
"Theodore Roosevelt , Oyster Bay , N.
Y. , " and ho was assigned to room lit
for the night. This is n souvenir of the
president that will be prized highly.
E. R. Eaton of Madiscn spent Sunday
in the city.
Mrs. J. C. Aid was a passenger for
Omaha this morning.
Robert M. Peytona banker of Creigh-
ton , spent Saturday night in the city
S. D. Berg and Miss E. Inhelder of
Pierce visited friends in the city yester
F. O. Kinuey of Blooinfielc was a
business visitor in town Saturday after
Superintendent Reynolds is making a
trip of inspection over the Albion line
,7. A. Mullen returned Friday irom a
three mouths' trip through Texas and
the southern states.
A. B. Heilman , Herman Fricke , H.
B. Allen and H. Wienberger of Madison
were city visitors yesterday.
Mrs. L. R. Craig and son , and Mrs- .
H. W. Bach of Pierce were Norfolk vis
itors Saturday afternoon.
Miss Winifred Emery aud M-ster
Frank Harrington of O'Neill were in
the city a few hours on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis McBride came up
from Madison last evening. Mr.
McBride went to Omaha this morning.
Miss Margaret Morrow went to Plain
view today to attend the wedding of
Miss Mamie Seabnry to Mr. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Bundick returned
Saturday from Omaha , where they at
tended the Ak-Sar-Ben ball Friday
Mies Louise Schoaker of Columbus
has taken a position as assistant to Mrs- .
Hart in the Western Union telegraph
oilice at this place.
H. E. Owen came in Saturday from
Valisca , Iowa , where he has spent the
greater part of the summer looking
after his railroad grading contract.
The Elkhorn train from the east Sat
urday evening was run in two sections
tq accommodate the crowds homeward
bound from the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities
Mrs. Alfred Ketchnm and son from
Otisvillo , New York , visited Mrs. H.
McBride over Sunday. They were on
their way to Plaiuviow to visit Mrs.
Ketahum's sister , Mrs. H. G. Corroll.
Tomorrow Madison voters will act on
the proposition as to whether or not
bonds in the sum of $ .1,500 shall bo
voted for the extensioneiilorgomont and
improvement of the county seat's water
W. H. Bncholv. came home from
Omaha Saturday and Mrs. Bucholz yes
terday. Mr. Hucholx attended the
State bankers convention during the
week , finishing up with taking in the
carnival ball Friday evening.
Battle Creek Enterprise THU NOB-
roLK.D.Ml Y Nr.ws In ever on the alert.
A few hours after the president's dtnth
a cpretul edition , with ovtry linn ob
tainable at that time , WIIH on the HtreotH
of Hattlo Creek. The energy dihplaycd
by Kditor Hu o and his eorprt of compe
tent uHHistantH in laudable.
Thn large plate gla H in the east win
dow of Davenport Bros ' shoe Htoro WIIH
badly wreoked yesterday by Homo boys
who were KMillltng on the sidewalk in
front of it. After the crush the window
looked as though some ono had thrown
a ton of hay through the window. The
damage is estimated to be about $7ft.
A now tlnio card went into ellVet on
the F. E. iVr M. V. yesterday. The
passenger service in and out of Norfolk
was not materially affected , hut ten
minute changes being made. The even
ing passenger from the east now anives
at the Junction depot at 7 : ! IO instead of
7 : W , and departs for the west at 7:50 :
instead of 7:10. : The Vordigro aceomo-
datlon arrives at the city depot at 7 10
p. in. instead of 70. : ' .
Now that the harm ball season is over ,
foot ball next steps to the front and
makes claims for public attention The
Norfolk High school team has arranged
a game with the Columbus team to be
played on the Norfolk grounds on Sat
urday , October 5. The usual scientific
playing of amateurs , with the usual
number of broken heads , in promised by
the hoys , and it will no doubt prove an
The base hall game at Slanton on
Saturday , between the Norfolk team and
a band of league players from Colorado
Springs , yclept the Stanton nine , re
sulted in a score of I ! ) to I in favor of
the leaguers. Perhaps the only real
surprising thing about the game is that
the Norfolk team was allowed to get
the one tally , as the boys hero do not
aspire to rank in the class of piofes-
bionals. Tills game closes the base ball
season for 11)01 ) for the Norfolk team.
A WET MONTH.
September Endeavoring to Exceed
September is crowding the Juno rec
ord on precipitation and another nun
like that of last night will cause the
rainfall for this month to ho in excess of
that for Jiinu The spring month.
showed a phenomenal rainfall , s.lf > | inehes
being recorded. This month , thus far ,
7.72 inches of rain has fallen and
there remains five days in which Juno's
record may ho exceeded. Last night's
storm precipitated 1 17 inches of water.
The storm last evening was preceded
by a turrilio wind from the south that
did considerable damage about town.
Chimneys were blown down , roofs dam
aged , and outbuildings and fences de
stroyed. At the hospital for the insane
a small portion of the top wall was
blown over near the center , emphasi/.ing
the general strength of the walls , which
Everything at the asylum that might
have been damaged by the rain was un
der cover and the damage there was
very small. Eighty more of the patients
were this noon taken to thu Lincoln
hospital and those who remain are be
ing provided for very comfortably on
The work of completing the tempo
rary arrangements is being continued
and what is left of the hospital will
soon be under a systematic arrange
ment and its afl'airs will be running as
regularly as though the disaster had not
Chief Clerk Cluncey of the gover
nor's oflice notified that department of
state yesterday that the walls of the
asylum were practically uninjured and
that , in his opinion $50,000 would place
the entire main building in a condition
as good as new.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following are the transfers of
real estate in Madison county for the
week ending September 21 , 1901 , as
reported by D. J. Koenigstein , oflicial
Pioneer Town Site company to O. W.
Beebe , wd , port of outlet D , Burnett.
Daniel Murphy to C. S Smith , wd
lot 7 , block 1 , sub. div. 1 of lots 1) ) aud 10
block 2 , Pasewalk's add. to Norfolk and
'n interest in loth 10 and 11 , block 18 ,
Western Town Lot company's 1st add.
to Norfolk Junction.
Pioneer Town Site company to A. T.
Redman , wd lot ! ) , block 10 and lot 12 ,
block 17 of sub. div. of blocks li ! to 21
inc. of R. R add. to Newman Grove.
F. J. Hale to Harry Barnes , wd e 154
feet of lot 1 , block 10 , Battle Creek.
State of Nebraska to Israel Gluck ,
deed e ' 2 of ! i-2i5-l. ( !
J. W Ransom to W. H. Blakeman ,
wd n ! )2 ) feet of lot 2 , Miller's add. to
Norfolk. Sl/iOU /
Oscar A. Scoog to Frank T. Ambrose ,
wd lot M , block IK ) F. W. Barnes add. to
Madison. * 100.
Judah Coder to Solomon Bliiin , wd
se 4 1-1-28-2. fMOo.
How it is Done.
The first object in lifo with the Amer
ican people is to "get rich ; " the second ,
how to regain good health. The first
can bo obtained by energy , honesty and
saving ; the second , ( good health ) by us
ing Green's August Flower. Should
you be a despondent sufferer from any
of the effects of dyspepsia , liver com
plaint , appendicitis , indigestion , etc. ,
such ns sick headache , palpitation of the
heart , spur stomach , habitual costiveness -
ness , dizziness of the head , nervous
prostration , low spirits , etc. , you need
not s-utl'er another day. Two doses of
the well known August Flower will re
lievo you at once. ( Jo to Asa K. Leonard -
ard and get a sample bottle free Rpgu-
lar size , 75 cents Get Green's Prize
1C. A Oi urn was hero from Creighlon
.1. li natter was hem hmt night fiom
Holier ! Utter totuiwd from Omaha
George Knig of Omaha WIIH In the
city over night.
lion. John It. HIIVH attended uouil at
S. O. Campbell WIIH in the city fiom
M.idlHon . yesterday.
Frank llornt WIIH over from the
county seat yesterday.
Mrs. Asa K. Leonard spent Sunday
with friends in Foster.
The lion. Al. IWmcr of Heemer was
a city visitor ycHlerday.
Dr. C. A. McKim made a profi Mional
visit to Stanton yesterday.
Or. It. A. Mittlestadt lelurned yester
day from Ills visit to Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Phillips and .1. Dcul
of Tilden were city visitors yewteiday.
Mis. Sloan and Mr. and Mrs. Coopi ref
of Pieico were trading in Norfolk yes
Kditor W. B Reynolds ol the Madi
son Chionicle wan a Norfolk gueHt yes
County Cleik Phil Haueh was over
from Madison today greeting Norfolk
Mr. a.id Mrs. I. Johnson and Miss
Clara Johnson weio up from Stanton
lion. W. I ) . 1 taller of Illair was in
town over night and ho paid hiH respects
to the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. SleinkraiiH and Mrs.
Petorsot Pierce were shopping in Nor
Senator Young of Stanton came up
last evening to inspect the still standing
walls of the hospital.
P I'1 Xunmerman came down from
llattlereek last night and went on to
Lincoln this morning.
lr Greene , of the Lincoln hospital for
the insane , was the guest of Dr. P. H.
Sailor during his visit to Norfolk.
Mrs. W. II. Blakeman and son Clatc
liuvo returned Irom Omaha whuro they
visited friends and viewed the Ak-Sar
Congressman ,1ohn S. Kobiiison , Hon.
T. I1' . Moinminger and plain John Donn-
von were over night visitors in I ho city
The school board , at its meeting hint
night , elected Miss Sisson to fill the
vacancy an toucher of the Sixth grade
at the Junction.
Kid Hall went to Omaha yesterday
and it is understood that ho will remain
in that city , having accepted a position
in a b\rber shop.
H. A. Gay hail of Hot Springs , S. I ) ,
passed through the city today onronto
to Omaha. Ho visited a short time
with his sister , Mrs. A. N Gerecke.
John Quick , who recently retuined
from Utah , has purchased the Ladhon"
property on South Third street and is
today getting settled in his now home.
Rev. and Mrs II H. Millard are visit
ing at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Beolor on their way homo to Grand
Island from Neligh where they attended
the M. K. conference.
A F Hues , Dr. and Mrs. Person , 13.
J. Neuman , G. F. Page , B. F. Klug and
M. Ackles , all of Stanton , were in the
city yesterday afternoon. All drovu
out to tin ho-pital to view the wrcHc.
Past Grand Master Geo. N. Bcels of
the Nebraska I. O. O. F. went to Elgin
this morning and will this evening offi
ciate at the exercises of dedicating anew
now Odd Fellows hall recently built in
Mrs. Ellen Kiunpman , mother of
Conrad and Philip Kampman and of
Mrs. W. P. Gannon , died yesterday
afternoon at her home in South Norfolk.
The deceased was S3 years of age and
had been sick several weeks. Last
spring she was so sick that she was
given up to die but recovered and en
joyed fairly good health until several
weeks ago when she again began to fail
and her illness ended fatally yesterday
A fellow who was limping around on
crutches and begging was arrested Sat
urday night on the charge of disorderly
conduct. Yesterday he was brought
before police court where he disclaimed
having disturbed the peace and quiet of
Norfolk but after two olllcers had been
sworn and testified the judge deemed
him guilty of tha offense and ho was
assessed the usual fine and costs , which
fortunately , the prisoner had money
enough to pay.
Henry S. Farrar , manager of the
Grand Island beet sugar factory , has
been in the city since yesterday consult
ing with Manager J. N. Bundick of the
Norfolk factory in regard to the coming
campaign. The Grand Island factory
will not run this year and the beets
raised there will bo worked up by the
Norfolk factory and arrangements for
the shipment of the crop was considers !
by the two managers. There will bo a
good crop of beets at Grand Island and
with those raised in this vicinity the
campaign of the Norfolk factory will
be materially extended. With no un
favorable developments it is hoped tc
start the machinery of the Norfolk fao *
tory on the fall and winter campaigt
CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK.
PLATES , $5.00 TO SB.OO.
lohn Kennedy was a Norfollt visitor
0. B. Vroiniin WIIH huro on business
Jack Wealhcrholt WIIH a Norfollt vis
John Shannon of lloHldim WIIH hoio
on business Tui'Mlay.
Miss Laura Wilson WIIH shopping in
Norfolk un Saturday.
Mr. anil MIH. l.ouiH Moline visited ( ho
county fair last week.
Andrew .loliiihun ol Ilo.-litiiH fH visit-
IiiK in thin neighborhood.
MissJiiniiio l.owdcr and Frank Huno-
hct Mmti'd in thlH vicinity Sunday ,
Mr. and MIH. Andiew Johnson and
fanilly attendi'd ( ho county fair at Stan-
Miss ( Mara llunnolcsuii ictiirncd homo
fiom Sioux City , whole she IIIIH huun
tor some time , Thursday.
Oliver Oleson of Ord , who is visiting
in this dim neighborhood , umpirul thu
lull game al Slanton Fndiiy.
Will and IlayH Hiown of the
Canadian settlement altoi.dud the fu-
niiral ol Mr. .lohiiHon Siind. y.
Rev. Mr. Hutler visited with GhaH.
Wilson last week and Monday evening
ho preached his farewell sorinon.
Kmil Norllng and August Linuhoig
went to Tilden Sunday morning and
will return the latter pint ot the week.
Clias HarriH and wife , acconiianiud |
hy their two youngest children , loft lust
week for a nionth'H visit with relatives
Mr 1'elei .lolnibon died Friday at thu
hoinu ol Andruw Anderson. Ilu was
hurled .Sunday afternoon at Iliu hohool
hotihu cemetery. Dr. Bowman of Stanton -
ton conducted the sui vices.
TAKKN Ui1 Four and ono-half miloH
oust of Norlolk Junction a stray steor.
Owner can liuvo the sumo hy proving
property , paying charges and lor thin
notice. J. B. FKKUUSON.
When thu platu is furnished THU
Ni\\s : will hupply engraved cardH at 75
cents for .Vi , or T1.0t > .tur MX ) .
Scott's Emulsion is not a
goc/cl medicine for fat f ( Iks.
We have never tried ghingit
to a real fat person. We don t
dare. You see Scott's Emul
sion builds new fleah. Iv.t
people don't want it. Strong
people don't need it.
But if you arc thin Scott's
Emulsion is the medicine for
you. It doesn't tire you out.
There is no strain. The work
; s all natural and eay. You
lust take the medicine and
that's all there is to it.
The next thing you know
you feel better you eat better
and you weigh more. It is
i quiet worker.
Send for free sample.
bLOTT S. UOWNE , C iK , Pearl St. . N. V.
jut. aud ji ou ,
Specifics cure by acting directly upon
the disease , without exciting disorder ia
any other part of the system.
NO. CURES. TRICES.
I Hrvrr * . Conirtntions , Inflammations. , 'iH
Wiiriiin , Worm Fever , Worm Colic. .
: i-TiTtlilni.ColloCryln < .Wakefulne
l-IHiirrlirn. of Children or Adults ' 13
7 Cunalii , Colds , UroiichltH , 'J5
H \eimilvln. Toothache , Faccacho ! J5
U llriulnrhi * . Sick Headache , Vertigo. . , U5
10 l > ti | > rit'ln.ImllKctlouVfeakStoniach'J5
1 1-hitiiiircHfd or Painful Period * . . . .143
1'JVlillrn. . Too I'rofuuo Porlmls . 3
ii- ; < 'roiii , I.nmiiiltU. Hoarseness . < 25
t I hull llhriiin , Er } lpelas , Eruption * . , V3
1 5 Illiciiiiinllum , Khcumntlo Tains. . . 'J,1
1 < Mnlnrlu. Chilli , Fever and AKUO . . . .33
l ! > -Cnliirrli. Influenza. Cold In tbo Head .23
! ! ( > \Vhuoiiliitf.Cuuitli . 23
U7-KIJiu-v ll en r . < J3
iiS-Xi'MOH. Iti'Mlltv . 1.00
HO-l'rlimrv WenUiu-m , Wetting Ikxt .
77- < ! rip , Hay Fever . V5
Dr. Humphrey * ' Manual of nil lUoaae at your
uruiritliita or Mailed Free
Sola by ( IrufKtsiK , or * ant on receipt of price.
HuronhrvTi' MeU. Co , Cot , William John Uhu.
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