The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, March 27, 1903, Page 6, Image 6
C THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 27 , 1903. Senate Committee Reports for Appropriation , HOUSE PROVIDES SALARIES. Prepares to Pay Officlnln of Norfolk Hospital 'for the Inttnuo Rcvcmio Lnw Now up tothoJSonato Chances for Passngo Look Fnvornblo. [ I-Yoin Saturday' * Hull ) ' . ] The fioimto oommlttoo on insane hospitals reported yesterday afternoon Biulrecommondod that flfiO.OOO bo ap propriated for the rebuilding of the Norfolk hospital for the nmnno. Tl.otr xoV rt included a statement regarding thfluhiountof salvage from the ilro. The properly saved In valued ntlU,000 ! ! , uml this In given in support of the rt > o- oimmmilutlon that the hospital should lie rebuilt , us otherwise it would bo a tlocldod IOHH to the Ht at o. The rtivunuo bill having pmnod the IIOUHO , tlio nppropriatlon bills are lining considered In committee of the whole It liiw coni'lwh'd the consideration of the salaries appropriation bill and rocom- uiondiul it for passage. An amendment has been added to the 1)111 ) making appropriations for the BovorM oillnors to conduct the hospital for the Insane at tills place , which would indlMito that it is the intention to rohabitato tlio hospital at an ourly duto. The twlurloH contemplated by this amoudmont aggregate $8,500 aud the rucommoudatlon in committee of the whole is vqulvalont to puwmgo by the lower IIOUHO of the legislature HO that friends of the movement may well bo chcoml by the Intolllgonoo from Lin coln. coln.With the house proceeding with ap propriations it may bo considered that it will not bo many days before it will consider the bill appropriating $150,000 for the rebuilding of the hospital , Jnnil the notion of the senate committee is proof that such an appropriation will moot with f uvor by the higher body. REVENUE DILL PASSES HOUSE. Vote on Final Passage IB Seventy to Twenty-one. Lincoln. March 21. The rovouuo bill paused the house by a vote of 70 to 21. It wont directly to the senate , where it wna read for the flral time at a npeclnl Kusslou hold for that pur- poao. The final reading of the bill oc cupied about two hours. It wan plrcod upon its passage immediately after It wan read and , save for a score ot ex planations of votes , the roll call pro ceeded unlntorrupletlly. Of tlio BOV- only votes the afllrmutlvo sixty-seven Vroro Republican and three fiiRlonlstB. OC the twonty-ono negative votes two vroro Republican and nineteen fusion- fats. IK'foro taking up the rovouuo bill ( ho house concluded action on the general salary appropriation bill and recommended it for passage. Increas ing the committee's approprlatloiiH by about ? 2GOHO. It also passed the Hum- soy elevator bill. SATURDAY SITTINGS. 15il Pohlman is iu the city today from Pierce. Castor A. Fuller has gone to Plain- view today on business. Tim interior of the Leonard drugetoro Ja Loiug newly decorated. "Misi Edith Parker is in the olty from Wakollcld , visiting with Miss Laura Durland. Miss Wutson , drosainakar for the Johnson dry goods company , arrived iu thecity at noon today from Ohioiigo. Mrs. J. M. Gollamor will arrive iu the ' i city tonight for a visit at the homo of $ Irs. Elslo Desmond , and with Norfolk Jriunflc. A party of four Fremont mou have been hunting ducks for n week on the yintto , iioar Chirks aud during that time they Imvo killed 05 of the game IrirdR. The household economics department of the Womuns' club will moot with Mrs. J. Buum Monday afternoon at 2:30. An attractive > Eoa or program will bo presentod. The temperatare last night was chill enough to answer all the purposes of winter , but this morning the sun shown bright aud warm with prospects that spring is hero iu fact as well as by cal endar. A pleasant afternoon was given to about CO ladies yesterday by Mosdamps M. A McMillan , Robert Utter mid W. H. Bridge at the nome of Mra. Bridge. The feature was in the nature of n fad party , each lady representing iu eorno way her favorite hobby. There were all sorts of notions , aud they proved to bo a pleasing diversion. Five o'clock refreshments were served. Those who rose early enough this rooming were rewarded by hearing the boom aud cackle of the prairie chicken vrho makes his homo iu the country near the city. Tlio clear and frosty air probably carried the sounds long dis tances but the impression was that there weco hundreds of the birds in the vic inity of the town preparing to raise their broods for the gratification of the sporting instinct of Norfolk people this fall. MONDAY MENTION. U. A. Stewart spent Sunday in the city , from Omaha. "Will Stafford was in the city yester day from Battle Greek. John Bridge has accepted a position in the Citizens' National bank. i&Ire. Trnuk Roach and sou are visit ing at the homo of Mrs. H. L. Biiydor. Rev. Mr. Long , of South Norfolk , bos gone to Deadwood for a few days visit County OlerkEinll Winter of Madison visited with his brothot near thin city eVer Sunday , Mr. and MM. W. 1C. I'oworfl are in the oily today from Plorco for the purpose of buying n piano. Minft Allco Mills arrived in tlio city Saturday night from Omaha for a visit with her Motor , Mrs. John H Hays. Mr. and Mm , Gnorgo Shorrard are guontnat the homo of Mr. and Mm. E. M , Iluntlngton. They nro on their way homo in Suit Lake City , Utah. BhorilV J. J. Clements and wlfo were In the olty Saturday from Madison. Mr. Olomonts win returning from Lincoln , where ho took the forger , Wlnn , to the penitentiary. With a hard , cold wind blowing today and repeated snow flurrlim , tlio weather may bo mild to ho quite typically that of Miiroli , without a doubt. Tomorrow promises to bo warmer and fair , Mr. and Mm. John U. Hayn and Miss Allco Mills , HiHttir of Mrs. Hays , loft last night for Hot Springs in the hope that Mrs. Hays may bo bonoflttod for rheu matism. Mr. Hayn will return Wed nesday. Olair Blnkoly IH In the city fora weeks visit with his parents. Mr. Blakoly IHVH recently been in telegraphlu work in Sioux City , but loaves in a few days for a much butter position along the same line in St. Paul , Minnesota. L. A. Pohlman and B. F. Lindsay of Pierce were hero today inspecting the gas pfunt. The proposition of putting a similar plant in ut Pierce is being con sidered and they are acquiring doslrod Information regarding its desirability and praotlblllty. At the conference of the Gorman Evangelical church , hold last week , llov. G. Rokowi who has boon the pastor of the church here for several years past , was transferred to Denver aud will leave witli hU family for his now charge on Wednesday. Rov. Mr. Kuhror who has boon stationed at Grand Inlaud , has been appointed to the Norfolk charge aud is expected to remove to this olty as soon as possession of the parsonage can bo scoured. Hamburg Democrat : A lady of this town was out shopping a few nights ago aud among her purchases was a package of bird seed which she loft on the dining room tablo. The next morning she discovered - covered her husband eating something with cream and sugar and upon investi gating found that it was her bird seed. Her husband , on being informed what ho was eating , replied that ho know no hotter , that ho thought it was another kind of now-fanglod breakfast food. John D. Elliott of Wiusldo has Hied a suit against the O. St. P. M. & O. rail road company for damages alleged to have boon sustained by him by reason of the accident Mmt befall his daughters thu first day of lust November when hey were returning from a trip to Nor- 'oik , at which time Mamio Elliott was ustantly killed nnd Alloo Elliott , 111 years of ago , was badly injured. The lamagos asked only inolndo tlio actual expenses incurred by reason of the ragody. Mrs. F. W. Koorhor. graud lady of louor , of South Norfolk attended a of Washington lodpro , Degree of Honor , at Omaha Thursday night in company witli the Grand Chief of louor , Mrs.Mary Lttkyjand assisted at the initiation of GO caudidatos. The Dpgroo of Honor is auxiliary to the A. O. U W. It is striving for a good in- oreaHO of membership during the win ter months and this increase on the lartof Washington ledge is but ono of many that have taken placo. DISCUSS THE BONDS. People of Madison Interested in Se curing Stcol Bridges. [ From Wednesday's Dally. ] The people of Madison are interested iu the proposition of the county com missioners to call an election for the purpose of voting on the question of is suing bonds for the erection of five stool bridges in the couuty , one of which is to bo over Union and Taylor creeks at the foot of Pearl street in that oity. Acting Mayor Frank Ilorst called n pnbllo mooting to discuss the proposition aud got au expression of the people on the subject. While Madison will get the oue bridge the other four will bo built over the Elkhoru In place of the woodou struc tures that were torn out by the recent freshet. If therefore the people of Madison will support the proposition there should bo no question of the sup port of the townspeople and farmers in the territory contiguous to the rivor. The washed out structures will have to bo replaced aud it is good argument that the work should bo of a substantial nature. SEQUEL , Telephone Wires Cause the Electric Light Short Circuit. [ From Wednesday's Dally. ] The cause of the short circuit in the electric light system Monday night , which for a time loft parts of the oity in darkucsq , was the not work of telephone - phone wires which had dropped at the Press flro nnd which crossed the electric light lines. The story of the accident was pub lished iu yesterday's NEWS. The reason the cause was ommitted was that it was not given at the lighting station when the facts were asked for. lairkluc on Street Corner * nnd iu the cars are vagabond currents of air whoso cold touch sets the fiends of neuralgia aud rheumatism at their work ot torment. Modern magic iu the form of Perry D.\vis' Painkiller , conquers the imp and restores pence of mind with comfort of body. You will save yourself many a day of misery by keep ing this good old remedy in the house. There is but one painkiller , Perry Davis' . Bralccmanon Railroad Effects Strange Things in Norfolk. HE RUDS RHEUMATISM AWAY. Cured MattSliafTor nnd Has Done It Doforo Refuses Money for the Ser vice May Try to Relieve nn Old Lady , I From Hnturdiiy'n Dnlly. ] The brnkoman who cured Matt Shaffer , jr. , of nouto rheumatism in 20 minutes Thumlay afternoon , has caused something of a sensation. Ills name is J. 0. Soaorcflt. Ho sayn ho con euro any raso of inflammatory rhounmtiHiu in the same wny. Ho does it , ho says , bv magnetism , and does It completely. Ho has done the mime thing often bofoto and ciin do it again. Ho will take no pay for the feat and Is glad to do it. The case of Matt SlialTcr was a decisIve - Ivo ono. Matt had just before boon moved in his bud by four big , strapping mou. Ho was in tlio most painful of suffering. Every musolo was soro. Tlio follovfr rubbed but n few minutes and told the patient to got up. "Got out of bed , " ho said , and Matt got out. The next day Matt went to work. Tlio brakeman was up town from South Norfolk last night and today ho may try his relief on another patient who has long been Buffering. When Soaorest was in the oity last night , ho sent sort of au electrical shock , it is claimed , through several men who termed n circle , and whoso hands ho took. "Whon ho takes hold of your hand , " said Matt Shaffer , sr. , "yon fool a shock clear to your elbow. " Young Matt , after ho had climbed out of bed , came up to his physician , who had hopn trying to afford relief for weeks. Tlio , doctor stared at him iu as tonishment. Ho could hardly believe what ho saw. "I just came to toll yon , " said Matt , "that I won't need any moro modloluo. " And with that the follow was gene , jumping down the stairs two steps at n timo. This officQ will print your sale bllls in an attractive manner. TUESDAY TOPICS. John Davenport Is here from Sioux Oity. Oity.Daniel Daniel Sully was a guest at the Ox - nard. nard.W. W. II. Buttoifiold wont to Chicago yesterday. William Zutz of Hoskius visited with relatives and friends in Norfolk today. Mr. and Mrs. George Davenport are in the city from Sioux Oity to visit relatives. Miss Fanuio Norton has accepted a position iu the olllco of the Darlaud Trust company , as stenographer. Mrs. D 0. Horriugton is very seriously ill at her homo on Phillip avenue , be tween Twelfth aud Thirteenth streets. A solemn requiem mass for the soul of late Joseph Clinch was celebrated to day at the Church of the Sacred Heart by Rev. Father Walsh. Sohuylor has three municipal tickets now in the Hold aud it is expected that there will bo at least one moro before the campaign is fully opened. E. J. Rovoillao , holding a position in tlio biudury department of the Fremont Tribune , Is the guest of his sister , Mrs. J. II. Galalmn of Sonth'Norfolk. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Gow will entertain this evening , at the homo of Mr. and Mra. Johnson on Koonigstciu uvouuo. Mrs. Gorsliue , who has boon spending the winter with her daughter , Mrs. Frank Suitor , loft this morning for her hotueiu Michigan. She will visit in Illinois , enrouto. The promise of the weather bureau for warmer weather Is being agreeably curried out today with the wind Btlll from the northwest aud the people are almost ready to believe that the back bone of winter has boon badly cracked if not broken. The art mooting of the Woman's club has been postponed until next Monday night , March 30 , on account of the oratorical torical contest which will take place Friday night. The art meeting will bo liuld in the parlors of the Congrega tional church. E. A. Lowe will leave April 13 for an extended trip through points in Okla homa. Ho has resigned his position with the A. J. Knolliu company , sheep feeders of this city , aud will return to Norfolk in the fall to feed block for market , independently. The Cemetery association held a meeting yesterday afternoon and ro- olootod the old board of control. Re ports showed the association to bo in good shape financially. The election of a now superintendent of grounds was deferred. Superintendent Ilartor , who has held that position for years , has been compelled to resign on account of ill health. Norfolk teachers aud many others from Madison county are planning to attend the annual teachers' association mooting of north Nebraska at Columbus next week. The Norfolk schools cluso for a vacation of a week aud a half Wednesday and this will afford an op portunity for the teachers to attend the meeting without interfering with their school work. A splendid program has leen arranged and the railroads and hotels have offered inducements in the way of rates that should call for a largo attendance of teachers from this part of the fitato. We the undersigned will allow no hunting or trespassing of any kind upon our farms. JOHN RAT , S. T. NAPPEB , LEWIS RAY. WEDNESDAY WRINKLES , J. D. Sturgeon had gene to llartlug- Oil , W. II. Blnkonmii wont to Nollgh yoHtorilny on business , Dr , and Mm. Matzon were in the olty from Tililon yesterday. OhoRtor A. Fuller returned yesterday from n business trip to Humphrey. The N. 0. 11 club onjoyo.l n pleasant duiicliiK party last night at Must hnll. Tlio mooting of tlio West Side Whist club ban boon postponed for ono wcolc. W. M. Robertson and Q. A. Lulkart Imvo boon in Lincoln thin week in the IntorcHt of the iiHylum bill. 8. K. Dexter is expected to arrive in the city Monday to look after the inter- OHtfl of the cold Htorauo plant. Two flro iiiHiiriiuco companies for wlilch W , W. Roberts is agent , Imvo authorized him to settle for the Sprcoher JOSH , John 11 I lays rotnrnod this noon from HotSpritigH , S. D. , where ho loft Mrs. JLIays in a hospital for rliounmtlHiii. When ho loft last night Mrs. Hays was comparatively free from pain. W. 0. Fry , formerly clerk at the Ox- nurd hotel in this city but who has boon recently conducting a hotel at Newman Grove , hat ) closed the IIOUHO and there is now no hotel in Nowmnu Qrovo. At the mooting of the A. O. U. W. lodge hold last night two candidates were introduced to the mysteries of the dogrocB and the members are endeavor ing to see to it that candidates will been on hand during the coming few meetings - ings , J. D. Stnrgoou has ro-opcnod his musin house in the Paoiflo. The last settlement which ho had to make has now boon completed and all the flrms which ho formerly represented have boon retained in his list. Mr. Sturgeon's many friends will bo glad to learn of his ro-establishmout in Norfolk business circles. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Gow outortainod a num ber of friends from the north side of Norfolk avenue last evening , at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. Six handed enchro was the order of the evening. Tonight friends from the south side of Norfolk uvouue will enjoy the snmo hospitality. The executive committee , having in charge the coming state firemen's tour nament , will moot at the city hall this evening to tnko further action prelimi nary to the event. Matters are proceed ing very satisfactorily and it is hoped to make July 21 , 22 and 23 dates long to bo remembered by those who will at- toud or take part hi the tournament. About twenty farmers living along the Elkhorn near West Point propose to make the mill company at that place stand the damages they have sustained by reason of the recent high water if the courts will concur iu their opinion , because the mill company had a dam in the stream. The plan looks very well for the farmers but the mill company is probably looking for someone to stand a share of the damages it has sustained. Frank Ilonry , arrested at Brunswick on the charge of highway robbery Sat urday night , was held for trial at the preliminary hearing conducted in the county court at Neligh yesterday. His bonds were fixed at $1,1500. The testi mony of the complaining witness , Walter Older , was positive. This was the third hold-up at Brunswick during the past six mouths , and the arrest of Henry is the first made in that time. The people there hope that the culprit has boon caught. Misunderstood or inadequate direc tions caused n considerable hustle urn one the employes of the Branson barn to get a miiu to the 1 o'clock train 'or Sioux Oity this afternoon. Several liacks and buggies were hurried to vari ous parts of the city and finally one of the drivers found someone answering he description and got him to the train without n moment to spare. Only the high places wore hit euroute , and those who knew the circumstances were con siderably interested in the race. Dr. W. L.Soymour coming. 1 MELVIN NEWS. Melviu Case is on the sick list. M. Benedict has six carpenters work ing oil his new barn. Mr. and Mrs. George .Benedict were in Norfolk Tuesday. L. G. Benedict transacted 'business in Hoskius Saturday. A. Johnson went to Hoskins Tuesday and from there to Molviu. i Miss Lulu Gonson came up from Win side Friday to visit her sister. Frank Benedict and 0. Voss went to Hoskins Monday after a load of stone and one of lumber. John Williams was in Melvin Mon day and Tuesday doing blacksmith work for George and L. S. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Benedict and Mr. and Mrs. George Benedict and little daughter tor have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. L G. Benedict. Miss Jennie Lewder came up from Staiitoii county Friday evening am visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Benedict and Mr. and Mrs. M. Benedict , returning Sunday. A company of thirty-three young folks gave Olando Benedict a surpris party on the occasion of his sixtoeutl birthday at the homo of his parents Mr. and Mrs. * George Benedict. Al participants enjoyed the occasion. Look tlio Fact In the Fnce , The process of a bad cold toward ga ! loping consumption may be tertibl ; sudden. Don't let this ugly fuc frighten you , but when you begin t cough take Allen's Lung Balsam , tha stops the cough by curing the cold Preparations containing opium , merel quiet the cough for a time. There is n narcotic drug in Allen's Lung Balsam Sold by all druggists. Commissioners Will Call an Election. STEEL BRIDGES ARE FAVORED. Approach at Thirteenth Street Bridge Now Out Union Pacific Will Build a Now Bridge Over the Elkhorn River. [ From Tuesday's Dally. ] The last remaining means of com * nunication between the north and louth sides of the river by wagon road ms been severed by the washing out of portion of the south approach to the Thirteenth street bridge and Oommis- loner Winter has posted notices to pro- out teamsters from attmnptiug to cross ho river ut tlmt point. The bridge him ot boon damaged , but the packing of ho ice iii the channel has directed the orco of the current against the np- iroach with the result that a consider- iblo portion of it has boon cut away. The damage is not so serious however mt that the commissioner believes that 10 will bo able to provide a temporary neatis for crossing within a couple of ays , after which the break will bo lormanontlv repaired or spanned. Tlio commissioners between now and Monday will go over the entire 'Elkhorn > ridge situation with a view to nscer- dining the requirements and at the meeting Monday it is planned to call an leotiou for the purpose of voting bonds u an amount necessary to replace all lie washed out bridges with permanent tool span structures that will not bo emoved at every rise of the river. It is figured that inasmuch as the bridges will have to bo rebuilt the eco nomical plan will be to vote the bonds necessary and construct thorn with a view to permanency. Loading tax payers take the same view of tlio question. They are heartily tired of mttiug in wood structures , built on dies , that are removed on the occasion of every rise , which happens about once a year or every Jiwo or three years , and during the intrieui they are compelled o put up a considerable amount in re- mira that are n heavy expense. The > lau of voting bonds will undoubtedly meet the unanimous approval of those vho have followed the expense account occasioned by the building , rebuilding aud ropaiiiug of the cheaper wooden tructuros. The steel bridge plan will undoubt edly mean a largo expense to begin with mt the bonds and the interest on the same will hardly amount to more than ho regular bridge expense that has > eon occasioned during the five or ten years past and the stool bridges would certainly last beyond that length of ; inio. Then there Is the additional safety of the steel strnoturos to recom mend them , and this alouo is a strong argument in their favor. It is believed that bonds in the amount of about $25,000 will bo euf- icioiit for the purpose , and as there Islet lot sufficient money iu the bridge fund of the county to replace the structures he only alternative is for the commis sioners to call the special election. The bridge gang and bridge construc tion train of the Union Pacific railway company is here for 'tho purpose of Hiildiug a now stool bridge over the Slkhoru where their track crosses the river south of the city. For several rears the river has been cutting a new shanuel north of the old brfdge which las left the structure spanning a bayou while the main channel of the river has jeen running under a pile trcssol on this side. During the recent high water this channel was broadened and deepened to such an extent that the jridgo department decided a new steel mdge at the point would be necessary. The channel is now so wide that a steel jridge of ICO foot span will be required : o answer the purpose of the company and work on it has commenced by the regular bridge gang. Sale of Shorthorns. L. Mason & Sons , the well known Short Horn breeders of Pierce , Neb. tiaviug sold their Elkhorn Valley farm will hold a grand disposal sale of their entire fine Short Horn herd at Norfolk Neb. , April 10 , 1903 , at the Dudley livery barn and yards. Offering wil consist of 55 head , 20 bulls and 85 females , latter to have calves or bred to Merry Lad 1G0931 by the great Merry Hampton. Heifers by Lavender Ohio 2nd and Baron Montrath. Write for catalogue at Pierce , Neb. NARROWLY ESCAPES DEATH , Adrian Craig Has Dangerous Exper ience with Lightning. [ From Wednesday's Dally. ] Adrian Oraig , living six miles west o Norfolk , narrowly escaped death b ; lightning during last week's storm. bolt struck the roof of a barn in which Mr. Oraig was milking a cow. Another cow , alongside , was instantly killed This animal was thrown down and Mr Oraig was scorched on the oar. Follow ing the wall of the building , the elec tricity passed out , killing a cow and two colts. The barn was sec afire by the stroke , but the heavy rain tlmt was pouring , extinguished the flames before any real damage was done. Dr. Oaldwell. the justly popular specialist , will make her regular visits to this city as announced elsewhere. The doctor , whose success in treating all kinds of chronic ailments , has attrac ted wide spread attention at every point she has visited and her record hero is ono that is known to most of our citi zens and fully sustains the remarkable reports by her practice in other cities. Fine light work a specialty at Paul Nordwig'a harness shop. We have started over three thousand boys In various parts of the conntrv in a profitable business on their own account , We want a boy to represent The Saturday Evening' Post In every town. The work can be done after school hours ntul on Saturdays. It is pleasant , as well ns profitable. The maga zines arc sold among neighbors and friends in offices , stores , as well as in homes. No Money Required to Begin The first week's supply is sent free. These are sold at five cents'a copy nnd provide the money to order the following week at wholesale prices. . OH IN EXTRA CASH FKIZES .uu itribute4 amone The Curtis Publishing Co 407 Arch Street Philadelphia Bill Advanced to Third Read ing In the House. WILL COME UP WITHIN A WEEK. Will Undoubtedly Pass House Goes Then to Senate Passage There As sured No Anjournmcnt is Before A it. [ From Wednesday's Dally. ] State House , Lincoln , March 25. W. N. Huse : Got hospital bill advanced to third reading. This insures passage. N. M. NELSON. The above telegram came to TIIE NEWS olllco this morning , aud explains itself. It means that the hospital bill has been reported by the sifting com mittee , wnero it had been feared the bill might bo buried , and that it is now in order of rotation for its third read ing before the house. G. A. Luikart , who returned yester day from Lincoln , said : "From the present outlook , the bill may bo expected to roach its third read- ing in the house by Saturday or Mon day. It has now passed the committee of the whole aud has been advanced over other bills to a position where its passage is assured. After this reading , the bill will go to the senate , whore it is likely that short work will be made of it. The passage iu the senate is prac tically assured , as it is hardly possible to adjourn without bringing up the hospi tal bill. " Mr. Nelson is the representative from Cedar aud Fierce counties , and the man who originally introduced the bill in the house. Dr. Seymour will bo in Norfolk Sat urday , May 2 , at the Oxniird. hotel. SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP. Cured by One Bottle of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. "Wh'eu I had an attack of the grip last winter ( the second one ) I actually cured myself with one bottle of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy , " says Frank W. Perry , editor of tlio Enterprise , Shortsville , N. Y. . "This is the honest truth. I ut times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a tenspoonfnl of this remedy , and wlitu the coughing spell would como on at night I would take a dose and it seemed that iu the briefest interval the cough would pass off and I would go to sleep perfectly free from cough and its accompanying pains. To say that the reniedy acted as a most agreeable surprise is putting it very mildly. I had no idea tlmt it would or could knock out the grip , simply because I had never tried it for such a purpose , but it did , and it seemed with the second attack of coughing the remedy caused it to not only bo of Idss duration , but the pains wore far less severe , and I had not used the contents of one bottle before Mr. Grip hod bid meadiou. " For sale by the Kiesau Drug Co. Keystone Good Health Lion Coffee w all coffee no glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de fects and cheapen its quality. t Fresh and uniform , rich in flavor , because always in sealed packages never in bulk.