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10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OOTOHKR 25 ,
State Board of Health Takes a
Firm Stand ,
CASES MUST DE REPORTED ,
Fonr that the Dlsoaso May Uocomo
Malignant if Not Stoppocl County
Boards Must bo OrRanUod Phys
icians' Cortlficatos In Danger.
The Nebraska state board of hoiilth
has decided to tulto logorous measures
to rid the state of Htnnllpox nnd If other
Htates will do likewise it may result in
ridding thooom.try of the disease. It
IB oortnin tlmt while the smallpox bus
thuH fur boon very mild nnd few deaths
nro rcBiiltliiK from iti tll ° disease nmy
boaomo iitnligiiant mid virulent nnd a
few deaths would creiito u Boaro the
like of whloh has not boon experienced
up to this time. The oourso of the
Btnto board is wise ono and if the olll-
oinlH of conntlos , oitleH and villages
throughout the state will unlto with
them they will soon eradicate the dis
ease.Tlio state board is composed of Gover
nor Savage , Attorney General 1'rout
aad Superintendent Fowler with lrs.
B. P. Bailey of Lincoln , VV. T. .Johnson
of Pawnee City , Cleo. II. Brash of Heat-
rice uud A. U. SomorB of Oinahiv an BOO-
A communication recently sent out
from Lincoln to all the doctors in the
Btato , contains the following instruc
"During the past two years there has
boon a steadily increasing epidemic of
smallpox throughout the United States.
Many cases hnvo boon mild , but it has
boon amply demonstrated that from
these mild cases have often developed
malignant oases. Present indications
threaten , for the coming winter in Ne
braska , a more widespread and serious
epidemic than has boon known in the
Btato for many years. It can readily bo
controlled by proper quarantine and iso
lation. That it may bo possible to lo
cate every case promptly , the state board
of health have this day in special session
resolved that it demand of every practi
tioner of medicine in the state of Ne
braska that ho shall report by letter
every case of smallpox coming under
his notice within twenty-four hours of
his knowledge of said case , such report
to bo addressed to George II. Brash , M.
D. , Beatrice , secretary of the board. It
is further resolved by the board that
failure to mnko such report shall bo snf-
floont cause , under chapter 55 , article 1 ,
section ir of the compiled statutes of
Nebraska for 1001 , for the revocation of
the certificate to practice inodicluo in
Nebraska of the party failing to make
"Tho board further insists that county
boards of the several counties bo' organ
ized , as provided for in chapter 55 , arti
cle 7 , section 5 of the compiled statutes
of Nebraska. "
Morris Mayor is homo from a trip
Mrs. Fred Llnurodo is able to bo out
again af tor a short illness.
J. II. Smith of Plainviow transacted
business in Norfolk yesterday.
Miss Lizy.io Dryer of NVayno was vis
iting Norfolk friends yesterday.
Mrs. Harry Hilborn of South Norfol ! ;
came in from Columbus last night.
A. E. Romouder of Plaiuviow was a
business visitor in Norfolk yesterday.
John Madson of Wayuo was looking
after business interests in Norfolk yes
Mrs. Ohas. Stracho of Stuart was in
the city yesterday onroato to Idaho
Falls , Idaho.
County Surveyor W. II. Lowe went
to Madison this morning to do some en
Martin Oostorling returned this noon
from Idaho , where ho has been prospect
ing this summer.
Ohas , Rievors , and Misses Belle and
May Duffy were m the ci'ty Monday
from Battle Greek.
G. II. O'Neill and Miss Maggie
O'Neill of Battle Creek wore shopping
in Norfolk yesterday.
S. P. Krskine , who has been suffering
from an attack of rheumatism , was able
to bo out again yesterday.
Miss Maud Ransom of Neola , Iowa ,
has accepted a position in the office of
her brother , J. W. Ransom.
C. J. Colby of Dead wood , S. D. , who
has been in the city for several days ,
left yesterday for Sioux City.
Rev. J. P. Mueller has gone to Battle
Creek to attend a district conference of
German 'Lutheran ministers.
Mrs. Grace Mast and little sou left
this morning for Bartlett where they
make their future homo.
George Sprecher accompanied his sous
homo from Schnylor last night and will
visit with them for some timo.
Miss Bender attended a reunion of
her family at the homo of Mr. and Mrs
"W. G. White in Fremont Sunday.
Kruil Winter of Madison , democratic
candidate for county clerk , was in the
city yesterday getting acquainted with
A demonstrative party of noise makora
entertained Mr. and Mrs. 0. 11. linker
of South Norfolk with a charivari after
their marriage last night.
r. B. Burrows returned from
Sheridan , Wyoming , yesterday and ex
pects to return to that rity after attend
ing to business interests hero.
Mr. and Mrs Wattles and Mrs. Wat
tles' mother , who is onrouto to Or.li-
fornlu , were hero yesterday from Nollgh
and were the guosto of Mrs. II. 1-3 War-
Miss May North of Columbus was in
jured , perhaps seriously , Sunday by being -
ing thrown from a horse she was riding
and the horse falling on her. The in
juries were to her back and right hip
J. M Halley and family of Stanton
have gone to Nampa , Idaho , to make
their future homo. Mrs. Bailey and
six children loft yesterday. Mr. Bailey
preceded thorn several days with a car
of household goods ,
Albert Smith , an omployo in the coal
shed at the Junction , was injured last
night by the crank of the crane slipping
on" and hitting him on the hoad. His
scalp was out open but the injury was
not serious otherwise.
Conductor Warren Hnrlbort of South
Norfolk was unfortunate enough to fallen
on the depot platform Monday and
break the small bono in his loft arm.
The injury will parhapa force him to
take a lay-off from duty for two or three
H. 11. Wollor loft today for Stella ,
this state , called by the announcement
that his brother is very sick. Ho had
boon suffering from typhoid fever , and
was supposed to be convalescent , but
suffered a relapse. Mrs. Wollor wont
Miss Minnie Maas has accepted a posi
tion with Booler Bros. , and Misses
liuium Miller and Anna Huolow , who
have courteously served the customers
of that ( Inn for the past four years ,
have resigned and accepted positions in
the Fair storo.
Drs. Siiltor and Salter performed a
very successful operation yesterday on
Mrs. Peter Nelson , who lives eight
miles oust of the city , for the removal
of a cancer from her nook. The patient
is resting comfortably , with every
chance of recovery.
Complaint is made that a family liv
ing 011 Went Madison avenue keeps a
cross dog that is an annoyance to the
people in the vicinity and a menace to
the children. These who admire pots
should have them but care should bo ex-
oroised that pets liable to injure friends
and neighbors are not chosen.
At the Baptist church this evening
the regular prayer meeting will corn-
uiouco at 70 : ! ! and the members and
friends are requested to bo present.
Note the hour 710 : ! till 8 o'clock.
Then at 8 o'clock the Salvation Army
will have charge of the mooting , when
Ensign Harrington will speak.
Fremont Tribune , Tuesday : State
Treasurer Suofor , who was in the city a
short time between trains this morning ,
informed The Tribune that the board of
public lands and buildings would moot
today and would probably decide to ad
vertise for bids for the reconstruction of
the burned portion of the Norfolk asy
lum for insane , on a tireproof basis.
very pretty wedding took place last
night at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Loucks , when Mr. Charles H. Baker
and Miss Ireuo B. Reynolds were united
in marriage , Rov. J. F. Pouohor of the
Methodist church officiating. Mr.
Baker and his bride are very popular
among their associates at the Junction ,
and a host of friends join in wishing
them a happy and prosperous life.
On invitation of Rov. J. F. Poncher ,
Norfolk lodge No. 07 , A. O. U. W. , will
observe the thirty-third anniversary of
the founding of the order by attending
services at the M. E church next Sun
day morning at the usual hour. This
lodge was organized at Meadville , Pa. ,
in IStiS , and now numbers about 410,000
members. Norfolk is represented by a
strong lodge of l ! ) "i members , and its
membership is constantly increasing.
Sioux City Journal : John Van Wag.
hns rntnrnfid from n. trln tn
Neb. , where ho ruiulo arrangements
with the town officials to put in a local
telephone system. The now Clark auto
matic switchboard will bo used one of
the 75-phoue capacity and the board
and poles and other material have been
ordered from the east. This system is
being put in so that it can be used as an
illustration of the practicability of the
The Methodists of Wayne dedicated
their haudsomo new church building
Sunday. The new building is of brick ,
with furnace heat and electric lights.
It has three large rooms in addition to
the auditorium and has a seating ca
pacity of 800. It cost $17,000 , $7,000 of
the amount being raised Sunday. The
morning sermon was preached by Dr. I.
C. lliff of Ohio , and the dedicatory serv
ice in the evening was presided over by
Dr. F. M. Sissou , presiding elder , of this
Tar. NEWS , after experimenting for
some time with several cheap news
paper folding machines , has just added
a Brown machine to its equipment.
This is ono of the best machines made
and with The Nebraska Workman and
other business of the ofllco is an absolute
necessity. The now machine not ouly
folds the papers but pastes and trim *
thorn. By the way , while TJIK Nr.ws
is not inclined to puff itsulf , those hav
ing wotk to do will , on investigation ,
find it ono of the best equipped ofllces , In
all departments , in the Htato , and capa
ble of handling any class of work in the
printing lino. It has recently under
taken to publish another paper , edited
by Dr. F. M. Sls.son. Besides this its
lob department is at present wrestling
with election ballots for five counties
and printing the proceedings of the recent -
cent Htato Baptist meeting , not counting
the ordinary run of commercial work
"on the hook" at all times.
Winter Reading on the Farm.
Long evenings are hero again and nat
urally ono thinks of a good family agri-
utural weekly , b cause its regular visits
are welcomed by the whole family.
The Twoutloth Oontury Farmer Is
out of the rut in which most agricultural
papers travel. | Thls is true particularly
of the splendid illustrations from photo
graphs taken by their own artists and
special articles by the best known and
most practical inon in every branch of
agriculture , such as N. J. Harris , secre
tary of the Iowa Seed Corn Brooders
association ; H. W. Campbell , the auth
ority on soil culture ; Jatuos Atkinson
of the Iowa experiment station at Amos ,
la. ; Frank G. Oarpontor , famous for
his letters of tiavol ; 0. R. Thomas , secretary
American Hereford Breeders'
sociation ; Dr. A. T. Peters , Nebraska
experiment station ; ' , E. F..Stophou8prea-
ident Nebraska Horticultural society ;
Wotnans Department , conducted by Mrs.
Nellie Hawks , Friend , Nob. J. J.
Edgorton of the Iowa Experiment Sta
tion will answer all questions relating to
live stock matters.
This is a weekly agionltural family
paper , in which the farmer's wlfo is par
ticularly interested on account of the
pages devoted to her particular iutorestp.
In fact , there is no paper published
either in the east or west that meets so
well the wants of the western farmers
andstock raisers and their families.
If you do not got it send 10 cents for a
ton weeks' trial subscription to The
Twentieth Century FartnerJ075 ! Faruani
street , Omaha , Nob. , and you will have
an opportunity to become acquainted
with It. A dollar will bring it for a
Grandma Olocker is reported to bo
Mr. Seconds of Stanton visited in this
Chas. Ohlund of Hoskius was in Boga
on business Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fox of Norfolk
visited friends In this vicinity Friday.
A. Sharp and Mr. King of Stanton
were in this vicinity on business Tues
Misses Jouuio and Kate Waddell of
Hoskins attended the Boga Sunday
school last Sunday.
Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Eckles of South
Norfolk visited friends in this vicinity
and Wayne county the first of the week.
Curner nnd Character of Abraham Lincoln.
An address by Joseph Choato , Am
bassador to Great Britain , on the career
and character of Abraham Lincoln his
early life his early struggles with the
world his character as developed in
the later years of his life and his ad
ministration , which placed his iiamo so
high on the world's roll of honor and
fame , has been published by the Chicago ,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway and maybe
bo had by sending six (0) ) cents in postage
ago to F. A. Miller , General Passenger
\geut , Chicago , 111.
Lett 11 r Lint.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postodtce October 21,1901 :
J. E. Andrews , Harry Aroudo , F. P.
Beal , W. G. Dreyor , Bertha Denmau ,
Egyptian Remedy Co. , Mrs. 0. D.
Fisher , Geo. Florst , F. B. Glenn , Mrs.
Dora Hall , F. L. Hamilton , A. W.
Liutreuin , A. Frauk Pacal , Kate Sapin ,
Charles Smith , S. S. Thoiupsou , John
If not called for in 15 days will bo
sent to the dead letter ofllco.
Parties calling for nuy of the above
please say advertised.
P. F. SPKKCIIEK. P. M.
Ordinance No. 203.
An ordinance to prohibit the obstruc
tion of Norfolk avenue between Seventh
street and the North Fork of the Elkhorn -
horn river by leaving or permitting
horses or other animals to remain there
on Bo it ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of Norfolk :
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for
any person or persons to allow or permit
any horse , mule or other animal uudor
his or her control , whether attached or
hitched to a vehicle or not , to remain on
Norfolk avenue in said city of Norfolk
between Seventh street and a point
where said Norfolk avenue crosses the
North Fork of the Elkhorn river , for a
longer period than is necessary to leader
or unload the vehicle to which said ani
mal or animals shall bo hitched or at
Section 2. Any person or persons
offending shall bo liable to arrest and
when found guilty of violating the pro
visions of this ordinance shall bo fined
any sum not exceeding five ( * T > .00) ) dollars
lars , and stand committed to the city
prison until such fine is paid.
Section ii. This ordinance shall take
effect and bo in force from and after its
passage and publication as provided by
Passed , approved and adopted this
17th day of October , 1001.
DANIEL J. KOENIOSTKIN ,
S. R , MoFAULAXD , Mayor.
VICTIM OF TRICHINOSIS.
Martha DotlofTs Craving for Raw
Meats Brings Trouble.
1'roin TlitirwUy'H Dully :
Miss Martha Detloff , n domestic who
has boon employed in the family of Judge
Barnes during the pist six weeks , is
Buffering from a bud casa of trichinosis ,
which has advanced to such n stage that
she is bedfast and enduring much dis
About two years ago her family , who
then lived in Missouri , were attacked by
the paraslto and she was the ouly ono
who survived. They had butchered a
llsoasod hog and after smoking * the
mins nnd shoulders ate of them without
; heir having been cooked. Since that
time Martha has had an unusual crav-
ug for raw moats that she has not boon
successful in controlling and the family
of Mr. Barnes has several times detected
tier in the act of eating raw meats.
While the ufllictod woman is Buffering
severely it is probable that her lifo is
not in danger , although the disease fre-
luontly results fatally. The disease is
said to have about the Barno nffect on
the muscles of the person attacked as a
severe slogo of rheumatism , rendering
thorn hard and useless.
Commissioner H. W. Winter has
taken the case of the young woman in
hand and will BOO that she la properly
R. A. Tawnoy waa in the oity yester
day from Pierce.
D. W. Sohaffof Ohadron was a city
J. B. Maylard has gone to Boyd
county on business.
Gow Brothers have added a now safe
to their oillco fixtures.
Prod Krug of Omaha was a business
visitor in Norfolk yesterday.
Mrs. John R. Hays expects to go to
Omaha tomorrow to visit a few days.
Mrs. M. D. Tyler waa called toOmaha ]
yesterday by news of the illness of her
Ray Donley , manager of the telephone
exchange at Wayuo , was heretoday on
E. Morriaui came in from Winside
last night and will remove his family to
Mrs. David Baum and Mrs. Jacob
Baxmi went to Omaha this morning for
a few days' visit.
Commissioner Chris. Sohmitt and
Treasurer R. 0. Miles were over from
Dr. Meredith of Crawford is the guest
of Dr. 0. S. Parker and ia attending the
O. E. Staley , county clerk of Pierce
county , and A. L. Brando , editor of the
Call , are in the oity on ballot business.
Dr. W. S. Ament , who spoke before
the Congregational association last
evening , goes from here to Yauktou ,
H. E. Hardy , W. II. Dexter , P. F.
Bell and Frauk DaveuportJihave gone
to Horseshoe lake to spend the day at
John S. Lois , county clerk of Holt
county , is here from O'Neill looking
after the printing of ballots for that
Mrs. G. O. Romy of Ainsworth was
in the city today euroute home from
Columbus , Ind. , where she has been
Miss Lottie Lee , teacher in Gates
academy at Neligh and formerly a resi
dent of Norfolk , is here attending the
George Stalcop is loading his house-
moving apparatus onto cars preparatory
to taking it to Humphrey , whore he baa
a contract to move a house.
Misa Thompson , preceptress of Doane
college at Crete , arrived in the city last
night and will speak before the Cougro
Rational association tonight.
G. A. Lulkart , W. H. Bnoholz , W. M.
Robertson and Dr. P. F. Teal went to
Lincoln this morning to meet with the
state board of public lands and build
Clarence Rasloy was recently hit on
the oud of his thumb by a ball and his
baud has swelled out of all proper
tion and the boy is practically disabled
as a result of the accident.
Dr. Hartnett of Sioux Oity , Asa K.
Leonard , S. L. Gardner , Bert Eberhart
and Andy Laggor returned at noon from
Wood Lake , where they have been en
joying a very successful hunting outing.
A party of 25 young people were at
tracted out last evening by the splendor
of the moonlight and the comfortable
quality of the atmosphere. Their out
ing was in the nature of a hayrack ride
and if the sounds accompanying the
party can bo taken as indicative they
had a thoroughly enjoyable time.
Through the courtesy of Superintend
ent 0. H. Reynolds of the P. , E. & M.
V , an engine and two coaches were
placed at the disposal of the delegates to
the Congregational association yester
day afternoon and they were conveyed
to the sugar factory , which they in
spected under the direction of Manager
J. N. Bundick and Superintendent W.
A. Connolly. Guides were furnished
and the party , divided into groups , had
the process of converting beets into
sugar comprehensively explained to
them , with the advantage of practical
demonstration of the process of manu
facture. All attending the association
took advantage of the opportunity and
expressed a hearty appreciation of the
privilege afforded them of becoming
bettor acquainted with '
ing agricultural industry.
Mrs. N. Bryant waa ia Norfolk Tues
Phil Buach waa at Newman Grove
County Treasurer Miles was a Norfolk
Harvey Bohauuou was down from
Elgin a few days this week.
John S. Robinson and Jos. Cleveland
are Improving their residences with
Ohas. H. Baker and Irene B. Reyn
olds of Norfolk were granted a marriage
County Surveyor W. H. Lowe came
down from Norfolk Wednesday to do
some surveying for the county.
Willis McBrldo's bowling alloy is al.
most completed. Ho expects to open
the doors to the public Saturday.
The four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Dunn died Tuesday morning and
was buried Wednesday afternoon.
Judge Bates waa shaking hands with
old and new friends at Tildon and
Meadow Grove Saturday and Monday.
Fred Davis waa called to hia homo at
Alma , Nobr. , Tneaday by a telegram
announcing ; the death of hia brother
A. Spence of the Madison house received
coived a message Tuesday announcing
the death of his son , Alex , in Sacra
mento , Gal. , that morning.
Aunt Ann Barnes , a maiden lady of
over 00 yeas , ia very low with general
debility from old age at the home of her
brother , Richard Barnes , in South Madi
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. E. Richardson via
ited at the farm home near Battle Creek
Sunday. During the trip , Mrs. Rich
ardsou contracted a severe cold and has
since been suffering with tpnsilitis.
F. , K. & M. V. It. . 1C. Cheap Excursions.
July 1 to September 30 , special sum
mer rates to Utah.
Eve'iy day , until October 81 , Pan-
American exposition rates to Buffalo ,
Will be glad to furnish particulars of
above cheap excursions and talk over
routes and connections via the old re
liable Northwestern Line.
H. 0. MATRAU ,
The only direct route between Cali
fornia and the east is the Union Pacific ,
"The Overland Route. " Thia waa the
first road to span the continent with
bands of steel. It made friends in those
early days it is making them now , on
account of its superior service and
superb equipment and quick trains. _
For full information call on or address
F. W. Juuoman , Agent.
Brain Food Nonsense.
Another ridiculous food fad has been
branded by the most competent of
authorities. They have dispelled the
nilly notion that one kind of food is
needed for brain , another for muscles ,
and still another for bones. A correct
diet will not only nourish a particular
part of the body , but it will sustain
every other part. Yet , however good
your food may be , its nutriment is de
stroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia.
Yon must prepare for their appearance
or prevent their coming by taking regu
lar doses of Green's August Flower ,
the favorite medicine of the healthy
millions. A few doses aids digestion ,
stimulates the liver to healthy action ,
purifies the blood , and makes you feel
buoyant and vigorous. You can get
Dr. G. G. Green's reliable remedies at
Asa K. Leonard's.
Get Green's Special Almanac.
Write This Down
in the book or memory : there is no such
thing as a harmless cough. Every
cough is a warning of a confidence that
goes from bad to worse unless it is rem
edied right away. Opium-laden med
icine is a delusion. Allen's Lung Bal
sam cures the worst of colds. It clears
the bronchial passages , so that the lungs
get plenty of air. Why not get a bottle
Daily Excursions via Nicklc Plate Road
Chicago to Buffalo and New York
Special low rates and favorable limit !
on all points east. Call on or addresa
John Y. Calahan , general agent , 111
Adams street , Chicago.
A Little Loss
of flesh and strength , little barking , ob
stinate cough and a little pain in the
chest may not mean galloping consump
tion , but they are signs that prudence
will not neglect. A few doses of Allen's
Lung Balsam cause a free discharge of
mucus and so loosens the cough. It
heals the inflamed air passages and all
its beneficent work ia accomplised with
out a grain of opium.
Have You Seen It ?
Corset Francaise do Bon Ton.the most
perfect fitting corset in the world , repre
sents the highest degree of perfection in
the art of corset manufacture.
Straight front , as well as the curve
front required by certain figures.
Colors drab and white. Price ouly
| 2.50. MRS. J. BEXSOX ,
South 16th street ,
Omaha , Nebr.
Foil SALE Ranch one and a half
miles from Tilford , S. D. 1,500 acroa
deeded land , 3,000 leased laud , plenty
living water ; all fenced ; well improved ;
Price $20,000. Would take some Nor
folk property and farms to suit.
G. R. SEILER.
A DROP IN PRICE.
The Miner Took Li' Thnii He Pint
A U < Ml Tor 111 * Claim.
"These fubnlons stories you hear , "
sajd u Colorado man , "of the wonder
ful discoveries made and prices receiv
ed for claims In the mining regions
bring back to my mind a sB ry that
used to be told In the curlier cJaya of.
"A young chap had there located a
claim In which ho had every confidence
that ere existed , but try as ho would
he was nimble to locate the precious
metal , and little by little he became
Rtckor nnd sicker at heart until at
length ' .hero came a day whoso closing
was marked by clean discouragement
on his part. His last piece of bacon
was caton , his last stick of gunpowder
fired and his credit utterly used up.
Still ho believed the ere to be there ,
but he recognized the utter futility on
his part of trying further to get at It
r.onely and out of spirits , just at sunset -
set he stood at the door of his cabin
looking for the tast time over the
scone ot his useless efforts , when dcrwn
the winding trail came a stranger
aatrkle ot a broncho. Taking in the Bit-
nation at a glance , the man reined In
his cay use and called out to the lonely
figure In the cabin doorway , 'Say.
pardner. what will you take for that
played out claim of yours ? *
"llopo sprang up and gleamed from
the miner's eyes as he firmly replied :
'Played out nothing. If 11 take $1,000.-
000 cold to buy me out. '
"The stranger slowly gathered up tbo
reins. 'I'll give you $8 , ' he said ten
" 'AH In cash ? ' queried the late pro-
pectlve millionaire eagerly.
" 'Yep , ' was the response.
M 'The claim's yours , ' on the part of
ho mine owner closed the transac
tion , " New York Tribune.
Something to Drnce Up On.
It was along about noon when a
well dressed man lined up against the
bar. He had the air and looked the
part of a high liver , but there was ev
ery sign of a bad night lie stretched
ilmself , rubbed his bead and said to
lie bartender : 1"
"I want something to brace up on. "
"All right , sir. "Wbat'll It be ? "
"Get the large lemonade glass and
break five eggs In It. "
Chapman , the bartender , looked at
Um suspiciously and hesitated.
"That's what I want , " he ordered.
Chapman broke live raw eggs In the
lass and waited for further orders.
"Now a pint of champagne. "
Chapman opened the bottle , and the
customer poured It on top of the eggs
and , taking a spoon , stirred the mix
ture thoroughly and then drank It
Then he paid his bill and walked out
Incinnotl Commercial Tribune.
A Flying Star.
On a summer evening you may se
Arcturus high up in the south or south
west In June or July and farther down
n the west In August or September.
You will know It by Its red color. That
star baa been flying straight ahead
ever since astronomers began to ob
serve It at such a speed that It would
run from Now York to Chicago In a
small fraction of a minute. You would
have to be spry to rise from your
chair , put on your bat and overcoat
and gloves and go out on the street
while It was crossing the Atlantic
ocean from New York to Liverpool.
tVud yet if you should watch that star
all your life , and live as long as Me
thuselah , you would not be able to
sec that It moved at all. The Journey
that it would make hi a thousand years
would be as nothing alongside Its dis
tance. Professor Simon Newcomb In
Languid Trotter ( excitedly ) Listen
to this whut th' book sez , Weary , an'
then pack yer tomatter can an' toiler
Weary Willie Were for ?
Languid Trotter We're off for th'
great Salmry desert , w'ere they ain't y
a drop o' water th' year roun' ! Detroit
paler , fainting , smothering or
sinking spells all point in the
same direction an impaired
heart action. A heart that is
weak or diseased cannot do fall
duty and the circulation of the
blood is interfered with. There
is a medicine that gives new
strength to the heart , new
power to the pulse and puts
new color into cheek and lip.
"My pulse would Jump and beat
at a fearful rate and then drop
almost to a stopping point. I
could neb rest at night , feet
swelled and had severe pains la
chest. Took Dr. Miles * Heart
Cure six weeks and was cured. "
T. H. JONES , Pittsburg , Texas.
D * . Miles'
regulates the heart's aftion ,
while it stimulates the digestive
organs to make new , rich , red
blood which gives strength to
the whole body. Sold by drug
gists on a guarantee.
Dr. MJlea Medical Co. , Ell '
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