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THE NOllFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 10 , 1902.
SATURDAY SIFTINGS ,
Mr , and Mrs. Janes spent Now Year's
in Sioux City.
K. R. Timborg of Wayne was In Nor
Dr. 0. A. MoKim is in Tildon ou pro
Miss Mason of Pierce is visiting with
Hiss Nellie Unudloy.
Miss Snvngo of Lincoln is the guest of
her sister , Mrs. Janes.
A. J. GnrloBon of Bloomflold was n
city visitor yesterday.
Charles Eaiiok of Bazllo Mills was a
city visitor over night , going to Omaha
Mrs. D. Q. Nicholson of Madison
upont yesterday in the city , the guest
of Mrs. 0. E. Green.
Miss Henrietta Stollo came over from
Madison yesterday to spend a few weeks
with her sister , Mrs. W. A. Hoinlobou.
Mrs. Lizzie Baxter Brown of Sao
City , Iowa , an old titno friend of the
Bridge family , is hero to attend the fn-
nornl of Mrs. 0. S. Bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grimsloy and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weber of Wayuo
who have boon hero over Now Year's ,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Utter , loft for their homes last evening.
Revival meetings will commence in
the Evangelical church , corner Sixth
street and Fasowalk avonno , tomorrow
evening and will continue for two
weeks. Everybody is cordially invited
to attend the services.
Superintendent D. 0. O'Connor of
this city was honored by the state
. teachers' association in session at Lin
coln by being elected as member of the
executive committee for the long term
at yesterday's meeting.
A. G. Evans of Lincoln , state adjuster
for the Continental Insurance company ,
was here today adjusting the loss that
occurred on the Keyner farm , north of
Hope Siding , about a week ago. The
property was insured for $1,000 and was
settled in full of that amount.
C. Chamberlain , who has been living
at the corner of Park avenue and Fourth
street , has moved to Osmond whore ho
will engage in the real estate business.
George Stapenhorst , at present occupying - ,
ing the Wilde house on South Seventh
street will move into the property va
cated by Mr. Chamberlain.
The Elkhorn encampment , I. O. O. F. ,
met last evening and installed its of
ficers for the ensuing term as follows :
S. R. McFarlaud , O. P. ; S. F. Dunn ,
S. W. ; E. R. Hayes , J. W. ; Goo. N.
Beols , scribe ; O. F. W. Marquardt ,
treasurer ; E. J..morregRO , John
Oesterling and Mart. " Kane , trustees.
R. F. Bruce , who was so severely
hurt on New Year's day at his homo
two and a half miles northeast of the
city by falling from his wagon and
striking on his head , is resting comfort
ably. His physician reports that if no
unfavorable symptoms set in by Monday
he will be considered out of danger.
He suffered a wound about six inches in
length on his head that is very painful
and somewhat serious. It is not
thought that the bones of his head were
It is said that a tourist applied to
Chief of Police Kane yesterday for a
place to sleep and the chief told him
that the city jail would bo at his dis
posal just as soon as the body of the
man who hadjjnst suicided there had
been removed. It is further assorted
that the chief "sliospitality | was far more
effective than some of Judge Hayes'
severest judgments as the aforesaid
tourist separated the dust of Norfolk
from his feet about as expeditiously as
was possible. The chief is reserving
the invitation for future use.
The OmahaJDaily News' ' piano con
test has assumed considerable interest
during the past few days , the two
leaders of the contest showing spurts of
vtrength that have placed first one and
then the other at the head of the list.
Lost evening Viola Kern of this city
again led with a vote of 22,125 , while
Anna Hall of Tabor , Iowa , had a vote of
10,500. The third in the race * is far
below those two , being Edith Soho-
° ' Nehawka , this state , who has
votes to her credit. The Norfolk
[ the leading contestant are
considerably interested and consider
that she has made a showing entitling
her to be kept in the race. All who
patronize the Omaha News should see
that Viola Kern is given credit for 'the '
money they pay in and her friends will
undoubtedly see to it that she is kept at
or near the head of the list during the
remainder of the contest.
The body of Wm. Donnor who c6m-
mittod suicide by hanging in the city
jail yesterday afternoon was removed to
the undertaking rooms of Sessions &
Bell shortly after the efforts of the dead
man had been pronounced effeotivoand
was there prepared for burial. The
body will be token to the family homo
four miles northeast of the oity tomor
row morning and the burial will take
place in the afternoon. County At
torney Mapes investigated the circum
stances surrounding his death and it
was decided * that a coroner's inquest
would bo unnecessary as the facts very
plainly showed that it was a case of
solf-dostrnction. Mrs. Donner , who
has been staying with relatives in Pierce
county since a week before Christmas
for fear 6f violence , has returned , and
she with other witnesses were just com
ing in to the trial which was to have
boon hold yesterday afternoon when
news of the snloido reached them , They
wanted the trialooutlunod until today
but the ofllcors insisted that it should beheld
hold yesterday afternoon , but before
the hour sot had arrived the case hnd
boon taken to a higher court by the
E. A. Hitchcock has n number of heir
looms to which ho attaches moro than
ordinary value. Quo is a cameo profile
of his father made in Europe about 75
years ago and the possessor alleges that
the features of his father arc very per-
footly delineated. Ho also has n hair
chain made from his father's hair at the
same time , Another valued motnouto
is a copy of the Ulster County , Now
York , Gazette bearing the date of Jan
uary 4 , 1800 , and therefore just 102
years old today. The paper contains a
long account of the doings of the Amer
ican congress and also devotes consider
able space to the death of General
Goorgtf Washington , the insldo pages
being dressed in mourning for the de
ceased president. An advertisement ap
pearing in the paper is nuiquo , viewed
from a present day standpoint. It
reads : "For sale : the one-half of a
saw mill with convenient place for
building lying in the town of Rochester.
By the mill is an inexhaustible quantity
of pinewood And also a stout , healthy ,
active negro wench. Any person in
clined to purchase may know the par
ticulars by applying to John Sohoon-
maker , jnn. , at Rochester. November
18 , 1709. "
Corn wanted nt the sheep ranch.
A Big Cut in Price.
The Nebraska State Journal has ro-
dnced its price to subscribers outside of
Lincoln and suburbs from $7.50 to $5.00
per year , including the big Sunday
paper , or $4 00 per year without Sunday.
The price of the Sunday issue will bo
$1.60 per year.
By this action it is presenting its state
readers with thousands of dollars , but
the result will bo thousands of new sub
scribers , thus enlarging its usefulness
and adding to its value as an advertising
medium. Instead of any loosening in
the effort to make it a first class state
paper , the Journal will bo improved in
every department , making it the best
newspaper in the state for Nebraskans.
It is published at the state capital ,
which has always been the center of
things political and social of a state na
ture. The Journal's state telegraphic
service excels that of all competitors
which , with its complete associated
press reports and special telegraph
service from Washington , inako it the
paper for Nebraska people.
A. L. Bixby's department is one of the
most widely read in the west , and the
fair and unprejudiced editorial treat
ment of all state matters has made the
Journal thousands of warm friends.
This big reduction in price which
now makes the six week day papers
eight cents a week , and the seven day
paper ten cents a week , will make the
Journal the most widely read paper
Why not put your name on the list ?
Send your order to the Nebraska State
Journal , Lincoln , Nebraska.
A Cut in the Rates to Buffalo via the
As the closing day ( October 81) ) of the
wonderful Pan-American exposition
draws near , the railroad rates have been
reduced so much that the Illinois Cen
tral is enabled to offer excursion tickets
to Buffalo at rates considerably less than
Tickets will be on sale during the re
mainder of October , and will bo limited
to leave Buffalo returning , for such
trains as reach Chicago on Tuesdays ,
Thursdays and Saturdays , not later
than midnight of the sixth day , includ
ing date of sole. These six-day tickets
will not be accepted in sleeping cars.
Tickets bearing limits of fifteen and
twenty days will be on sale every day
until October 81 at corresponding rates.
For a circular giving rates to Buffalo
from principal Illinois Central stations ,
and a beautifully illustrated booklet de
scriptive of the "Rainbow Oity , " ad
dress J. F. MEHKY ,
Asst. Gonl. Pass. Agent ,
Dubuque , Iowa.
Women and Jewels.
Jewels , candy , flowers , man that is
the order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels form a magnet of mighty power
to the average woman. Even that
greatest of all jewels , health , is often
ruined in the strenuous efforts to make
or save the money to purchase them.
If a woman will'risk her health to get a
coveted gem , then let her fortify herself
against the insidious consequences of
coughs , colds and bronchial 'affections
by the regular use of Dr. Boscheo's
Gorman Syrup. It will promptly arrest
consumption in its early stages and heal
the affected lungs and bronchial tubes
and drive the dread disease from the
system. It is not a cure-all , but it is n
certain cure for coughs , colds and all
bronchial troubles. Yon can got Dr. G.
G. Green's reliable remedies at Asa K.
Get Green's special almanac.
Doing the Right Thing.
The trouble begins with a tickling in
the throat and a nagging little cough.
Soreness in the chest follows and the
patient wonders if he is going to have an
all winter cold. Probably , if ho does
the wrong thing or nothing. Certainly
not if ho uses Perry Davis' Painkiller ,
the staunch old remedy that onros a cold
in twenty-four hours. There is but ono
painkiller , Perry Daria' ,
* * . .
Walter King was homo from Pierce
Engono Austin of Pierce visited at
homo ever Sunday.
Judge W. M. Robertson went to Lin
coln on the noon train ,
Judge J , B. Barnes woo a passenger
for Lincoln this morning.
Mrs. E. Tanner of Battle Crook was a
Norfolk visitor yesterday.
A , O. Johnson of Meadow Grove is
transacting business in the city today ,
Miss Nina Walker loft yesterday .for
Porn to attend the state normal school ,
Kiuiball Barnes wont to Lincoln Sat
urday to resume his studios in the uni
Willis MoBrido of Madison spout Sun
day at the homo of his mother , Mrs. II ,
MoBrido in The Heights.
E. A. Bullock was a passenger for
Sioux Oity this morning , to look after
his business interests.
Human Walker , Olydo Hayes and
Norris Huso returned to Lincoln yester
day to take up their unntvorslty work.
Will Buckendorf , operator for the F ,
E. & M. V. at West End , visited rela
tives and friends in Norfolk ever Sun
The remains of Win. Donnor , who
committed snioico in the city jail on
Friday , were buried in Prospect Hill
Dr.F. F. Teal returned Saturday
night from Omaha and will remain
closing up the affairs of the hospital
until about the 15th. Mrs. Teal and the
baby remained in Omaha.
Elgin claims the distinction of being
the smallest town in the state with n
school cadet battalion. It is drilled by
Earnest Nyrop who was a volunteer
during the late war with Spain.
Houry Hoboror from AnbnruFrontlor
county , Wis. , has purchased the meat
market of Herman Naogolo , nt the
corner of Third and Main. Mr. Hobpror
assumed control of the business several
Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Keiporcamo down
from Pierce Saturday and nro guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Rain-
bolt. They will remain in Norfolk until
Wednesday morning when they will
leave for California to spend the winter.
W. F. Payne , traveling for the Sleepy
Eye Milling Co. in Nebraska , loft today
for Omaha , Council Blufl's and St. Louis.
Mrs. Payuo will remain hero witli her
parents a couple of weeks longer , when
she will go to St. Louis to join her hus
A number of people were startled by
a shot Sunday morning about 1 o'clock
and visions of burglars , murders , hold
ups , etc. , flitted through the brains of
somo. It is explained , however , that it
was merely the night watch taking a
shot at a cur dog.
The city schools were opened again
this morning after a vacation of two
weeks. Most of the teachers attended
the state association mooting at Lincoln
last week , and some of thorn returned
Saturday , the remainder reaching the
city last evening.
A series of revival meetings was begun -
gun at the M. E. church last eveningin
which the pastor , Rev. J. F. Ponchor , is
assisted by Dr. Sisson. The music was
by a chorus choir and was inspiring.
Great interest was manifested in the
meeting , which promises to continue
through the series.
0. J. Chapman and family left yester
day for their new homo in Califoruia.
V largo portion of the Junction people ,
all counted among their friends , went
to the train to bid them farewell and
wish them success and pleasure in their
new homo. Their departure caused
genuine regret among hundreds of
people in the city ,
A Buccesssnl St. Louis merchant says
that any man who con afford to open a
store can advertise. "Advertise" is
his advice , "even if you can take but
two inches of space in the loading news
paper. Fill your two inches in a way
to make them a feature of the paper.
Make your 'ad' a daily bulletin of your
business a news item from your store.1'
Mr. and Mrs. E. E.Adams entertained
theB. Y. P. U. of the First Baptist
church , with a social at their home Sat
urday ovening. The social was largely
attended , and those present enjoyed an
evening of games , singing and instru
mental music. Refreshments were
served , after which the cakes that were
left were sold. The receipts of the
evening were more than $8.
Mrs. J. D. Sturgeon passed away at
8 o'clock this moining , at her homo on
South Ninth street , after a long
and trying illness , and the funeral
services will be held from the M. E.
church tomorrow'af tornoon at 2 o'clock ,
Rov. G. H. IMaln of Omaha , formerly
pastor here , preaching the sermon. He
will bo assisted in the service by Rev.
J. F. Poucher , the present pastor. Interment -
torment will be In Prospcct Hill come-
Stanton Picket : The purdhose of the
Aggo Axen form of 680 acres last Thurs
day by Lenis Smithberger , places Mr.
Smithberger among the largest land
owners in JStanton county. Ho now
boa 1840 acres in ono body and says he
can soil a man any kind of land ho
wants. The purchase "price was $28,000.
It is rumored that Mr. Smithborgor will
move onto his [ newly acquired PORHOS-
flloiiB the coming spring. Upon thin
point ho has not fully determined , RO
ho informs the agricultural reporter.
Vordlgro Citizen : It's a common oc
currence now-a-daya to ROO the oflloerB1
car rolling into Vvrdlgro , It won hero
again last Monday at which time the
noocoRsary Instructions were given for
the construction of sldo tracks to hold
the material that will bo unod in the ex
tension , Enough nldo track will bo
constructed to hold at leant 2M ) cars.
Ouo of the officials informed no , if wo
could toll him how early the frost would
bo out of the ground in the spring , ho
could toll us when they would begin
Oroightou Conrior : Jamon Vandon-
burg presented us with afino bouquet of
panslos Tuesday which were grown out
doors in his gtmlon this winter under
some potato vines which had boon cov
ered up with ( mow and during the thaw
last week the flowers came out in full
bloom. This is a fact that IH worthy of
uotico as it is Honiuthing very uncom
mon for Nebraska. You have probably
hoard of tropical scones of southern Cal
ifornia , but that state is not in it with
Nebraska where the thermometer stands
at twenty below and the flower gardens
are in full bloom.
Andrew Carnegie has extended his
public library benefactions to the oity
of Fremont and has offered that plaeo
$15,000 for a public library building
providing the council will pledge itself
by resolution to support the library at a
cost of not loss than $1,500 a year and
promise a suitable slto for the building.
A very handsome and useful building
can bo uroctod for that amount and Fre
mont puoplo should consider themselves
fortunate that they are permitted to ac
cept such a proposition. If Mr. Carne
gie will but look into the needs of Nor
folk it is not doubted that this oity
would bo ready to devote 10 per cent of
a donation to the maintenance of a pub
A clever little swindle has boon
worked with some success at Atcliison ,
Kansas , which-is likely to bo operated
in other citicN and states until news
paper publicity makes it unprofitable.
The "con" man provides himself with a
quantity of old fashioned pennies that
are worth but a few cents ; then gats
circulars printed purporting to conio
from an established eastern coin dealer ,
quoting values of from $10 to $500 on
pennies of these years ; ho next Bonds
the circulars to morchuntB.who preserve
thorn for future reference. A few days
after the merchant has received the cir
cular a strange farmer enters his place
of business , makes a small purchase and
empties a lot of old coins from his
pockotbook. The merchant , remember
ing the circular , finds ouo quoted to bo
worth $500 and after some dickering
takes advantage of the old farmer's ig
norance by buying it for $10. The
farmer disappears with his gain of $0.0 ! )
and the merchant in time discovers that
ho has been "worked. "
Career ami Clinracterof Aliruliuin Lincoln.
An address by Joseph Choato , Am
bassador to Great Britain , on the career
aiid 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 name 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
Agent , Chicago , 111.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the interior , Laud Of
fice at O'Neill , Nebr. , December 18 ,
1901. Notice is hereby given that the
following named settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim , and that said proof
will be made before clerk of the district
court at Madison , Nebraska , on Febru
ary , ! , 1902 , viz : Emma J. Ferguson ,
H. E. No. 1C5C5 , for the wM neltf , seo.
14 , T. 23 N. , R. 1 W.
He names the following witnesses to
provo his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land , viz :
William Boyd , John Eborly , A. N.
McGinnis of Woruervlllo , Neb. , Wm.
T. Ferguson , Norfolk , Neb.
S. J. WEEKS ,
$4.60 to Lincoln and return via U. P.
railroad January 20-22 , limit January
27 , 1902. Occasion : Annual meetings ,
State Board of AgricuHnrel , State
Dairymen association , State Improved
Stock Brooders association , State Swine
Breeders association , State Duroc Jersey
Brooders association , State Poultry as
sociation , State Veterinary association ,
State Suger Boot Growers association ,
State Jersey Breeders association , State
Fanners institute. Inquire of J. B
Elsoffer , agent.
Perhaps You Wonder
if the tormenting cold that made last
winter one long misery will bo as bad
this yoar. Certainly not , if yon take
Allen's Lung Balsam when tickling and
rawness in the throat announce the
presence of the old enemy. Do not expect
the cold to wear itself out. Take the
right remedy in time. Allen.e Lung
Balsam is free from opium.
Wclcomo as Sunshine
after a long storm is a feeling of relief
when an obstinate , pitiless cold has boon
driven away by Allen's Lung Balsam.
Only people who have boon cured of
throat-acne and sore lungs by this rem
edy can quite realize what the feeling is.
There is no opium in the balsam ; its
good effect is radical and lasting. Take
n bottle home today.
Ooo. S , Bridge returned to Chicago
0. S. Bmtth wan ever from the county
Heat Sunday ,
E L Ruhlo of Orelghton wan in the
city Sunday ,
J , W. Maher of Humphrey wan In the
H L. Carney loft today for n buHlnoBH
trip to St. Louis.
Robert Uridgo loft for Fremont on the
noon traliuyoHtorday ,
John O. Hull of Battle Creole wan a
Norfolk guoHt Sunday ,
MI-H. Dr. Brown loft yesterday for her
homo In Sno City , Iowa.
F. W. Davis WBH a Norfolk visitor
yesterday from MadlHon.
C. D. JonhliiH paid a visit to the
county capital yesterday.
Mrs. Wilde of Humphrey WOH shopping -
ping in Norfolk yesterday.
Wm. BuHlmoll of Columbus was in
Norfolk over Sunday night.
M. U. Bloy of Plainviow Is hero for a
day's visit with his mother.
Miss Zimmerman of Battle Crook was
a Sunday visitor in Norfolk.
Miss Ethel Duncan of Wakellold was
n Norfolk visitor over night.
The Misses Johnnon of B tan ton visited
with Mrs , Anderson yesterday.
Minn Viola J-iOwiH was a city vwitor
yesterday from Meadow Grove.
Mrs. S Stollo came ever from Madi
son yesterday on a InisinoHH trip.
Commissioner Schmidt was ever from
MadlKon today on county huflinoHH.
E. N. Vail loft on the noon train for a
biiHlnoHH trip to Rook UiipltlH , Iowa.
Albert WOHH ! of Deadwood , S. D. , wan
a city visitor on business yestorday.
Sigmund Schavland of Madison trans
acted business in Norfolk yesterday.
A. T , Bnrchard left yesterday noon
for his homo in Marshall town , Iowa.
Ernest Schnlz loft thin morning for
Now Ulm , Minn. , to resume his studios.
Mre Herman Gorocko wont tri Chicago
today to visit her daughter , Mrs. V. W.
Mrs. 0. E. Green wont to Madison
yesterday for a few days' visit with
Mr. and Mrs. W. 7 . King welcomed anew
now boy to their homo iu this city yes
"Jimmio" Hamilton waH in from
Sioux City over night greeting Home of
his Norfolk friends.
J. H. Conloy has opened a real estate
oillco in the room recently devoted to J.
L. Daniels' justice of the peace business.
The Methodists of Pierce dedicated a
handsome now frame church a week
ago Sunday with impressive services.
The now building cost $ -1,10:1.7(1. , : (
Miss Josephine Buttorfiold departed
today for WelleHloy , Mass. , to ro-entor
Dana hall , Dr. and Mrs. P. II. Salter
will accompany her as far as Chicago.
F. O. Weber yesterday moved into
his homo on South Seventh street ro-
neutly purchased of Carl Wilde and oc
cupied until lately by the family of
Miss Pearl ReoBO of this city was hon
ored with the position of secretary of
the grammar school section at the ses
sion of the state teachers' association
recently held in Lincoln.
County Superintendent C. W. Crnrn
was chosen a president of the county
superintendent's section of the state
teachers' association at the mooting re
cently hold in Lincoln. His term of
office is ono yoar.
A twentieth century idea adopted by
the management of the St. Louis expo
sition is the decision to offer large prizes
for an aerial tourney , believing that it
will bring forth a contest between air
ships and dirigible balloons that will beef
of interest the world ovor.
A blacksmith shop has been burglar-
ixod at Columbus and some tools and
plow fixtures taken. The newspaper
offices of that city should take warning.
A burglar desperate enough to rob a
blacksmith shop may next endeavor to
secure something of value from a print
A quartet of Omaha girls turned in a
fire alarm , just for fun , and they took
much pleasure in seeing the flro depart
ment tearing down the street on a wild
goose chase. The joke was none too
funny , however , when they were es
corted to a cell in the city jail and in
formed that the minimum fine for turn
ing in a false alarm was $50.
The seventh semi-annual mooting of
the Elkhorn Valley Medical society is
being held this afternoon in the Oxnord
hotel parlors with a fair attendance of
physicians of the city and surrounding
towns. An interesting program is up
for discussion and the mooting promises
to be as successful as the several previ
ous meetings of the society held hero.
Leonard Ferguson , n Fremont brakeman -
man 23 years of age , was fatally injured
in an accident at Arlington Satur
day morning at 4 o'clock. His foot was
caught in a frog and a car passed ever
him , cutting off one leg and breaking
the bones of the other in two places.
He died Saturday night and funeral
services were announced to bo held to
The engine honse of the water works
CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK.
PLATES , $5.00 TO S8.OO.
and electric light plant at Wayne wan
gutted by lire Now Your'H ovo. The
IORH IH estimated at moro than $1,000
while thn eity has been without electric
lightH and water service , The flro
fiend could not have chosen a moro
vital point , to attack a town. Prompt
measures toward repairing the damage
were I alt en Wednesday.
Seribner NOWH : Raymond Langor ,
of West Point , was the guest of hln
friend , Arthur Booker , Tuesday night.
Mr. Langor arrived homo last week
form a trip around the world , during
which ho eronsed the Paulflo ocean ilvo
times. On hix homeward trip ucrosH
the Atlantic the government transport
on which ho rode wan driven out of ltn
courHo 'lX ( ) miloH and eighteen dayn
passed before it reached Now York.
Stanton is to have three rural mail
rontcH Htartod on the llrHt of February
one northeast , ouo north and one south.
Route No. 1 will cover an area of10
square miles aml'sorvo a population of
500 , Arthur Axon will bo carrier. Houto
No. 2 will cover 40 Kquuro miles and
servo a population of 425 with James M.
Mitchell as carrier. Route No. 'I will
nerve a population of 450 , cover an aroi :
of 44 square miles and James II. Baker
will be carrier.
Oren Brubakor , who holds a position
as traveling Insurance agent , withlumd-
qnarterH at DCS MnincH , Iowa , was given
u farewell party last night at I lie homo
of hiH parents , Mr. and Mrs. M. Bru-
baker , anticipating his departure for
DUB Moiium today to rcHumo his duties.
Tlumo attending had an enjoyable time
with games and in visiting , and the
choice refreshments served during the
evening added to their pleasure in a
large degree. Oren had not been homo
for six years until Christmas morning ,
when ho surprised his family by mak
ing an unannounced appearance.
Month after Month
a cold clings to yon. The cough seouiB
to tear boles in the delicate tissues of
the throat and lungs. You lose weight
and yon wonder if you are threatened
with a disease yon Fcarcoly dare to name.
Are yon aware that even a stubborn aud
long neglected cold is cured with Allen's
Lung Balsam ? Do not spend more of
your lifo in coughing and worrying.
I Babies and children need I
proper food , rarely ever medi
cine. If they do not thrive
on their food something is
wrong. They need a little
help to get their digestive
machinery working properly.
COD LIVER OIL
1 will generally correct this i
; difficulty. 1
j If you will put from one- I
[ fourth to half a teaspoonful I
in baby's bottle three or four
times a day you will soon see
a marked improvement. For ?
larger children , from half tea
a teaspoonful , according to
age , dissolved in their milk ,
if you so desire , will very
soon show its great nourish
ing power. If the mother's
milk does not nourish the
baby , she needs the emul
sion. It will show an effect
at once both upon mother
L SCOTT A UOWNE , ChemtsM , New Vcrk.
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