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About The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1903)
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J Dy ROY RICHARDSON
. 1902. tr the S. S. McClure Comwiy ' '
"Now , then , young man , " yawned
Uncle 1J1II as bo got slowly out of Ids
easy chair and surveyed Ids oldest
nephew , who had begun to show
marked signs of unrest over his occu
pation of building block churches ,
"what shall wo do to put In the rest
of this rainy Sunday afternoon ? "
"Let's play plngpong , " Hobby HUP-
"You're not big enough yet. Guess
again , or I'll plngpong you. "
"Let's tell stories , " ventured Hobby.
"All right , old sport. You begin. "
"We-ell , " drawled the youngster In
the singsong of rote , climbing Into
Uncle Hill's lap , "once on a time , w'y ,
they wasn't iin-ny little boys 'n' little
girls , 'n' pretty soon they was Cain
V Abel. ' .V they didn't have nii-ny
Bisters or brothers or nothln' 'cept Just
n papa 'n' mamma , nor no Puele Hills
or nothln' . 'N' their papa 'n' mamma
were cross ono time 'n' told their little
"UNCLE UlLb , WHAT MAKES 1'OUH EVLS
' ' "
BO 111(1 'N' HII1NV ?
boys to go 'n' play , 'n' Cain he played
too rough , 'n' he killed his little broth
er with a jawbone of a Jackass ! "
"No ! " ejaculated Uncle Hill in her
ror. "Did he now , really ? "
"Yes , sir. 'X' that's all of that story.
Now you tell one , Uncle Hill. "
"Well , " began Uncle Hill , "once
there was a lazy eld uncle , and he had
a nephew whom he loved very much. "
"I know somebody else you love , "
remarked Bobby , wriggling. "Don't
you , Uncle Hill ? "
"Oh , lots of people , " the young man
agreed boldly. "Whom In particular ,
Bobby ? "
"Miss Josephine , " said Bobby In ac
cents of flrin conviction.
Uncle Bill shifted uneasily , but gave
bis nephew a hug.
"What made you think BO ? " he
asked , with a studied air of indiffer
Bobby was silent , but his little mind
busied Itself wondering what caused
Uncle Hill's chest to rise so high when
he breathed the long breath he hud
Just taken. It was Intoxicating to feel
oneself lifted up and let down exactly
like being on a seesaw.
"Do it again , Uncle Bill ! " he cried
I ' "It's lot of fun. "
Uncle Bill did not seem to hear. He
was looking wistfully out of the win
dow , and Bobby looked , too , but saw
"Do you love her , Bobby ? " Uncle
Bill Inquired presently , smoothing the
child's yellow hair. "Bobby , do you
love Miss Josephine ? "
"Yes , " Bobby answered.
"Why ? What makes you do you
know ? "
"W'y , Uncle Bill , the other day I fell
'n' hurted my knee , 'n' she w'y , she
kissed me 'n' made my knee all well. "
"Il'ml" 'muttered Uncle Bill. "Should
think rt might. "
"Uncle Bill , " asked Bobby , "did Miss
Josephine ever kiss you ? "
"Little boys shouldn't ask ques
tions , " was the quick reply , and a soft
cheek was drawn close to a rougher
"I won't , " Bobby agreed. "But did
she , Uncle Bill ? "
"Yes , little boy , she did. "
"Well , but didn't It make you all
"Did you hurt yourself ? "
"Where in your knee ? "
"In your stomach ? "
"There or thereabout. "
"Did it hurt much ? "
"I say , Hobby , " exclaimed Uncle
Bill , with more or less feeling , "lot you
and me talk of something else. You
nro a very little boy , and you ask ques
tions that are painful. I don't"
"Does It hurt you yet ? " queried Bob
by , "thinking of stomachs.
"Yes. Now , Bobby , If 1"
"Why don't you go 'n' see Miss Jo
sephine ? She'll try again. Maybe
w'y , she'll have better luck. "
"I can't. "
"Why ? "
"Oh , because. What a lot of ques
tions you can ask and how little you
know , Bobby ! "
"I know the 'twos' In multiplication
table anyway so now. Miss Josephine
taught me ylstiday. See ? I wrote
'em all down. "
Hobby put 11 chubby hand Inside his
small Jacket , where was a pocket , am )
proii-hj drew forth an assortment of
"Theie It Is , " ho announced after n
careful search , spreading a paper on
Uncle Hill's knee. "It's the 'twos , ' "
he remarked , Indicating a tipsy col
umn of hieroglyphics , the only legible
character In which was the letter X.
"That means 'times. ' "
"A very Interesting exhibit , " ob
served Uncle Hill. "What Is that let
ter you have with the the bunch ,
Hobby ? No , not the picture card , the
letter the one In the blue envelope.
Let me see It. What don't boyfc have
In their pockets ? Why , bless me , it's
for mo ! "
"W'y , w'y , Uncle Hill , " stammered
Hobby In a sudden spasm , "w'y , I for
got ! Miss Josephine glved me that for
you. She said to bring It right straight
to you. I I forgot , Uncle Hill. W'y-
w'y , t'ncle Hill , what makes your eyes
so big 'n' shiny ? Oh , Uncle Mill :
Don't don't hug me so ! You're hurtln'
me awful ! "
"Am I , old man ? " Uncle Mill said In
n queer voice. "Tell me , Hobby , when
Miss Josephine kissed you , how did
you f ; el ? "
"All nice , " answered Hobby , with
Uncle Mill hugged his nephew again.
"Did that hug hurt you , Hobby ? " ho
"Some , " the child replied.
"Then you get an umbrella , Bobby.
Just as quickly as ever you can , mid
I'll take you on my back , and we'll run
over and see If Miss Josephine can
make us feel all nice again , as you call
"Are you going , too , Uncle Hill ? "
"Hlgbt now ? "
"The sooner the bettor. "
"Yes , " said childish philosophy sage
ly , "when you hurt anywhere , It's best
to get It cured right away. "
How ItVnit Tlmt'I'lu'lcSnin Unlit
It on HrlllNli Still.
Curious Indeed Is an American fort
which was built on British soil. How
many can guess what fort It Is and
where located ? The name Is' Fort
Montgomery , and the location Is on an
Island near the foot of LakoChnmplnln ,
about half a mile nuribcast of Kongo's
1'olnt , N. Y.
A short time ago , when traveling In
that part of Hie country , I saw thlh fort
and asked the name of It. "Why , that
Is Fort Blunder , " said my informant.
"Did you ne\er hear of it ? " I confessed
Ignorance , and he e.xplalned matters.
It seems that after the war of 181U
Ilio government of the United States
became convinced that the entrance to
Lake Champlaln should bo guarded by
a fort strong enough to engage any
British licet which might attempt to
force an entrance to the to ke , and so
Fort Montgomery was constructed at
a cost of nearly ? . " 00,000. It was an
immense fortification for those days
and was arranged for three tiers of
Just about the time It was completed
the joint surveyors llxlng the line be
tween the United States and Camilla
came along and , after doing a good bit
of figuring , announced that Fort Mont
gomery was on Canadian soil. The
northern boundary of New York state
was the forty-fifth parallel , and this
fort was several hundred yards over
the lino. Work on the fort came to an
immediate standstill , and the matter
was made the subject of n special
It was decided that In view of the
fact that the United States had not In
tentionally encroached on Canadian soil
the forty-fifth parallel should be bent a
little out of its course at tills point seas
as to include the fort. That Is why
the fort Is called "Fort Blunder. " It
was never armed and has never bceu
occupied by more than one or two me'i. '
New York Herald.
PICKINGS FROM FICTION.
Do tlredcst people In the world is dem
dat takes do most ease. "Son. "
The only safe Investments are educa
tion and health. "Daniel Bvcrton. "
The thing I did not pay for I found
most expensive. "The World's People. "
You may be sure the devil will hump
himself If you don't "Those Delight
ful Americans. "
There Is no such certainty of knowl
edge on all subjects as ono holds at
eighteen and eighty. "Captain Mack-
There are greater virtues than thrift.
It is better to die penniless than to have
been too much of a saver. "Tho Un
speakable Scot. "
"Let mo get over this dllllculty someHow -
How , " says youth , "that 1 may play the
game of life well. " And our hair is
turning gray before wo learn that the
dllllculty Is the game. "The Way of
The knights of the world no longer
fight In armor , but In every street of
every city there ari still men "sans
pour et sans reproche , " who not only
live for love , but who are reudy to die
for love's sweet sake. "The Loom of
An Kven Score ,
"What Is your objection to him ,
pnpn ? "
"Why , the fellow can't inako enough
money to support you. "
"But neither can you. "
"Ilnvo you got the plans for your
new house completed yet ? " some one
"Not qulto , " he replied. "There la a
difference of opinion between my wife
und me as to the Interior arrangements.
She says the pantry Is too largo and
tbat there are too many closets. "
Without another word the medal for
the biggest llo of the evening was
awarded to him. Chicago Tribune.
CURIOSITIES OF SOUND.
ICvpryol f Him It * Cori-rNitoii
> < it - on Ilir Million ! Si'uli- .
In very high or mountainous regions
sounds become diminished In loudness
so that n convcisatlmi cannot bu car
ried on In an ordinary tone of voice.
In mines or In n diving bell the re
verse of this Is the case. Speech becomes -
comes so startling that It must bo car
ried on In whisper * to be at nil en
durable to the oi' ' r. Sounds of all
kinds become musl'-al If the vibrations
of air are uniform and rapid enough.
It Is said that the pull's of an engine
would make a tremendous organ peal
of mimic If they could be made to at
tain the rapidity of fifty or sixty a sec
ond. Kver.vthlng In nature lias Its key
note , as It were , and attuned to one
particular musical soui.d. This fact
can be very easily verified In everyday
life. Stand near tin open piano and
speak In an ordinary tone. NVbllo
speaking youU 1 suddenly hear a
Hiring within reverberate to your voice.
The tick of a watch , the sound of ev
ery human voice , the bark of a dog ,
the mew of a eat , tlio noise of a wagon ,
the roll of thunder , the fall of rain ,
the running of valor In fact , every
thing about us caii easily be placed by
an attentive ear < > n Its-1 proper musical
note , one of the sounds of the scale.
This Is a most li ( cresting experiment
and easily vcrltlcd.
It Is said that the ear can distin
guish eleven octaves of sound ; but , as
n rule , tluxe mn < ! o by quick , short vi
brations are mure easily conveyed.
For Instance , tl'O ' whir of a locust
makes a more dHtlnct Impression than
the sighing of fie wind through the
trees. A whirlwind In Its approach Is
noiseless. It Is only when It strikes
Rome obstacle that the volume of sound
becomes terrlllc to us. Then we re
ceive the secondary shorter waves from
the destruction of this obstacle. Tyn-
dall says all friction Is rhythmic.
Flames are no'orlously sensitive to
sound. They will bend and flicker and
even respond with n leap of quivering
light to a high , shrill sound. This Is
another Interesting experiment. If wo
use a glass tube with a small Jet of
gas , by lowering or raising It to cer
tain points we can cause It to shriek
out shrilly or to nnswer sympathetical
ly to its own \vnote when sung or
spoken by the voice.
If we could only hear the roll of the
vast oceans In larmony all around us
In our everyday life , we could say
with truth. Indeed , what the poet only
"There's not I no smallest orb which
thou beboldest I ut In Its orbit like an
nugel sings , still quiring to the younp
eyed cherubim. " Baltimore American.
Thf Sli M > ! i..Ml mill HlN KloqU.
A certain gO'Xl bishop was In Italy
for his health , and while walking in
the country 0111 ; day he mot a small
girl who was tonJIng some pigs. Tht
airlmals were Riving her a great deal
of trouble , and the good bishop offered
to stay and watch the ones that were
grunting and moling In a ditch while
the llttlo shepherdess went to catch
two runaways that had strayed from
the fold. When she came back , the
reverend gentkman stroked the un
kempt curly head of the child and ask
ed her how much she earned by her
hard work and was told that she re
ceived 4 soldi a day.
"Do you know , " said ho , "that I , too ,
am a shepherdV Hut I earn much uiurn
than you. "
"Ah , yes , " answered the little peas
ant , "but. no dpubt. you tend many
more pigs than I do. "
Cur I dim Time Ilpcorilcr.
A naturalist while visiting Great
Sangir , one of those Islands of the In
dian ocean known as the Celebes , or
Spice Islands , found a curious time re
corder lodged -it the housp of a rajah.
Two bottles \\LTO ( Irmly lashed togeth
er and fixed In a wooden frame. A
quantity of b < aok sand ran from ono
bottle Into th other In Just half an
hour , and whan the upper bottle was
empty the frame was reversed. Twelve
short sticks njarkcd with notches from
1 to 12 were hung upon a string. A
hook was placed between the stick
bearing the number of notches corresponding
spending to 'lie hour last struck and
the ono to bo struck next The sentry
announced fie time by striking the
hours on a large gong.
Thci Number Seven.
The nuclei its believed and taught
that seven planets ruled the world and
Its Inhabitants , thus accounting for the
seven days of the week , the seven holes
In the head , the seven colors of the
spectrum and the seven senses. The
superstition attaching to the seventh
daughter of n seventh daughter endows
dews such a person with magical gifts
and unlimited good luck.
Among noted events and things that
bear this mystical number are the Sev
en Days' war , the great conflict for
German supremacy , the seven church
es of Asia , the seven sleepers of Ephe-
BUS and the seven wonders of the
world. American Queen.
The Busy Man Pleasant nnd Bore-
eon are coming to visit mo next week.
What shall I do with them ? I have so
The \VIs > Un Introduce Pleasants
at n club and Boreson to n club. Now
Ailvlue to the Widow.
'Widow ( tearfully ) Yes , my daugh
ters are now my only resources.
Friend Take my advice nnd husbanu
your resources well. Princeton Tiger.
On n Different Footing.
"A man tint's got a fast hess , " said
Uncle Eph'm. "don * keer how off'n he
got to git shoes fur 'ha Hit' * Hlff'ruut
If he's got a boy. " Chicago Tribune.
A man's task Is always light If hU
heart Is light-Wallace.
Trlnka of Turin Cnfnnrn.
Paris Is fu.l of counterfeit coins , and
the cabmen make line of them qultn In.
geiilottsly. You take a two frane llaero
ride , and when you reach your hotel
you In the generosity of your heart
Klve the cabman ! l francs.
You have Jusl got within the vestl
bule when you notice the cabman has
followed you ,
llo apologl/os , but the coin you have
k'lven him Is bud. You look at It. Yc
It Is bad. It Is nothing but n bit 01
You are pretty certain In your mind
thnt It Isn't the coin you gave the man
- which In ninety-nine cases out of n
hundred It Isn't but you don't care t
haggle In a hotel corridor and bi > sub
jeeted to the Ignominious glunetM ol
other folks us a foreigner who give *
poor French cab drivers bad money. So
50" take ( ho bit of lead and ghe u g ted
Of course the cabman has changed
the coin. You gave him a perfect l.\
good tjiroo franc piece at the slurt
\\lilch he has In his pocket , and he lia , >
bluffed you Into ulvlng him another it
francs In exchange for a usolcs-i bit of
le.id. To visitors to Paris let this be a
of Anliiinln unit .11111.
It has been observed that If the
tamed dog U taken back to the wild
state be IOHOM Ids voleo. These "sound
Ing voices" are produced In the animal
throat In a way similar to human lan
guage. but are not "voices" p'roper nor
"languages" proper , and yet they are
full of psychological expression and re
veal the animal's psychic states. If we
tickle a chimpanzee In the armpit , the
touch produces a grin on the face slmt
lar to ( hat of a man under like elreuni
stances , llo also emits laiighterllke
sounds. The same IH the ease with the
ourang outang. The gorilla knits the
brow when angry , just like men.
\Vo often observe In apes a complete
change In the facial muscles when
MHiictlilng Is going to happen , be It
nrreeable : or disagreeable. It Is so also
with the child. In apes there Is evi
dently the same connection between
the facial muscles and vocal muscles as
Character is the wool of honor from
which a coat of mail can be woven that
the swlflest arrow of shame or the
keenest knife of disrepute cannot
plerco. Kvcry thought that enters our
mind , e\ery nut we do and eveiy weld
we utter adds a link to the golden
. luilii of clmiactor. The stroiinlh of a
steam engine can be estimated to with
in au ounce of Its limit , but It Is Im
possible to iMtlmtito the force of a no
ble character. The hardest hearts are
softened und the most repulsive dispo
sitions become fascinating. Our fail
ures and our suct-osses help to form n
reputation that may be destroyed b.\
an external force , but the destruction
of a character can only be effected by
some Internal force. Our Boys' Maga
Dr. Porter had responded to n note
left at his door by a farmer asking
him to go as soon as possible to see his
little boy , who had "a very bad cold. "
The doctor took one look at the child
and turned to the mother.
"Don't you know your boy Is coming
down with measles ? " ho asked se
"Yes , doctor , I knew ho was , " mild
"Then what In the World did you
menu by writing mo ho had 'a very bad
cold ? ' " linked the doctor.
The woman hesitated for n moment ;
then , looking at her husband , she said ,
with sullen frankness , "Neither him
nor mo knew how to spen measles. "
A " .ml Ophelia.
Patience Why , she geve the best rep
resentation of Ophelia 1 ever saw.
Patrice Indeed !
"Yes. You know Ophelia Is supposed
to bo mad ? "
"Well , there was n parly In one ol
the boxes , and they talked loud enough
to be heard all over the theater , and
she .was tlio maddest Ophelia I ever
saw In my life ! " Yonkers Statesman.
HM Source of Information.
Biicklot/ You don't mean to soy this
Is the first you've hoard of It ?
Backlotz Why , It's the talk of the
Subbubs Yes , but my wife Is away
on a visit.
lie \Vnn Moved.
"Did the notes of a bird ever move
you ? " asked the poetic girl.
"Yes , " replied tlio young man. "I used
to call on a young lady , and every tlmo
the cuckoo announced the hour of It ) 1
went homo. " Chicago News.
Cruxy In Moderation.
Wife If I were to die , Phil , what
would you do ?
Phil I'd be most cra/y.
Wife Would you marry again ?
Phil No ; I wouldn't bo tbat crazy.
Kansas City Independent.
Tess Jack proposed lost night and I
Jess Did you , dear ? By the way ,
don't attempt to cut glass with that
diamond , as I did , or you'll make an
other nick In the stone.
Kiirnlnhed a Dinner.
The monkey lost his hold and fell In
to the crocodile's waiting Jaws. tJvcn
then his wits did not desert him. "I
Just dropped In for dinner. " ho said ,
hlth an engaging smile. Ynlft Ilecord.
The MnrkH of nenlun.
"He bus the stamp of genius on his
"Yes , Also the gloss of genius on his
. oat. " Chicago Iteeord-IIernld.
lln l.t.nttlii'N Ytiln Hunt ,
Pirn ! I > u < Inilllu was the most gal
lant of bachelors nnd nhvnys openly
tt ufcssed that he was quite unable to
resist the wiles of ( he fair NCso much
no that he had never been able to
choose between them. On one occasion
when he was "the lion" at n reception
given by HOIIIO Intimate frlfiids In New
Yoik the hostess in prosonlliiK him to
one of her guests said :
"Let me present you to Mrs. - .
You must know her , Paul , bci-miso Hin
dus Jusl written n book. "
"A book , madam ! " Im exclaimed.
"Then , Indeed , am 1 most delighted to
meet her. 1 once made a book mjsell1.
Mill what Is the title of your boolV"
"The mime of It IH 'What One \Vorn
an TbliiUs. ' " was the smiling iespouse.
"Ah , Indeed , and most luli-rosllng !
'What One \Voimiu Thinks ! ' " repeated
the great explorer. And then , with a
simulated e\elleinent , he added hastily :
"Hill where cull 1 procure a copy of
II ? 1 must him1 It nt once Immedlnle
ly. All my life 1 luivo been trying In
vain to Und out what women think , and
If before I die I shall succeed In llml
Ing out just what ono woman thinks I
shall ( lien Indeed dlo content. " New
Sure Itcnicil.t N. , | \ % a llnlili * .
Kev. PiiHlor Mrs , Wnkcly lolls mil
they Imvc u great deal of trouble In gel
tint ; their baby to sleep.
Mrs. Temple-I suppose II Is too
young to take to church.-Stray Stories.
PercyMy pupa owns a newspaper.
Jlmiule-Dnt's nutblu' . 1 buy and
sell sl\ty of 'cm every day ! New
Did universal charily prevail earth
would ho a heaven and bell a fable.
A Wretched Millionaire.
The story Is told ol' the owner of
several railroads who was unable to
buy relief from the nnrveMwishing
agony of neuralgia. It was an un
likely ( alo. The sick man must Imvc
known that Perry Davis' Painkiller
would help him at once , as 11 has
helped so many Ilionsambi of sull'cr-
cra In the past sixty years , There
In lint ono Painkiller , Perry Davis' .
When the Chimney
Is choked with soot , MIC lire lan
guishes and goes out.Vhcn the
bronchial tubes arc clogged with
phlegm , the llamc of life Illclfcni. In-
Vclllgcnt treatment with Allen's Lung
llalsam brings up Ilio phlegm , nllays
Inllammatlon , slops ( bo cough and
pain In 'ilut client , anil , In a word ,
overcomes those torrlblo colds which
If neglected soon becoino consump
There IH an old allegorical picture
of a girl scared at a grass hopper , but
In the act of heedlessly treading on a
Hiiako. This IH paralleled by the man
who Hponds a largesum of money build
ing a cyclone cellar , but neglects to
provide his family with a hottlo of
Cbamborlaln'H Colic , Cholera and Di
arrhoea Homedy as a safeguard
against bowel complaints , whoso vic
tims outnumhor vhoso of the cyclone
n hundred to one. This remedy Is
everywhere rocognl/.ed as the most
prompt anil reliable incdlclno In line
for those diseases. For sale by Klo-
Hau Drug Co.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LnxatlvoHromoQuinine Tablets.
All druggists rnfnnd the money If It
fails to cure. 10.V. . Grove'H signature
IH on each box. Iilic.
Dysentery Cured Without the aid of
"I am JiiHt up from a hard spell of
the llux" ( dysentery ) says Mr. T. A.
Pinner , a well known merchant of
Drummond , Tonn. "I used ono small
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic , Chol
era nnd Diarrhoea Homedy and was
cured without having a doctor. I
consider It the best cholera inedlelno
In the world. " There Is no need of
employing a doctor when this rem
edy Is used , for no doctor can pro
scribe a better medicine for bowel
complaint In any form either for chil
dren or adults. It never falls and IH
pleasant to take. For sale by Klesau
When you feel constipated , have
sour stomach or biliousness , try
Berg's Sweet Laxative Chips. They
do 'iho work. 10 and 25 cunts. For
sale by Klosau Drug Co.
In the Interest of Humanity.
Chris Miller of Fremont , Neb ,
writes , "I have suffered from dys
pepsia for more than 10 years. I was
under the care of ft number of doc
tors , made three trips away , and still
no relief. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure be
ing recommended to mo by several
who had used It , and as 'cho last straw
1 concluded to try It. After the llrst
two or three doses I began to Improve
and have taken seven bottles and feel
llko a now man. I write you this In
the Interest of humanity , hoping It
may fall Into the hamlH of some sufferer -
foror , and my prayer IH that they may
secure the same benefit that I havo. "
Sold by Klosau Drug Co.
Boy Cured of Colic After Physician's
Treatment had Failed.
My boy when four years old was
taken with colic and cramps In Ids
stomach. I sent for the doctor and
ho Injected morphine , but the child
kept getting worse. I then K * vo him
half a tcaspoonful of Chamberlain's
Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea Hem-
cdy , and in half an hour ho was sleep
ing nnd soon recovered. F. L. Wll-
kins , Shell Lake , Wis. Mr. Wilklns
IH book-keeper for the Shell Lnko
Lumber Co. For sale by Klesau Drug
Man-or-vlno Tablets. The nerve
tonic for men nnd women. Build up
the system and make you feel bright
and cheerful. For solo by Klesau
Mrs. Molllo AllenToT South Fork ,
Ky. , says she has prevented attacks
of cholera morbus by taking Chnm-
bcrlaln's Stomach and Liver Tablets
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\ViiHliliiKlou , J > Vb. ! , I ROD. I
I'oriina Medicine f' < > . , CnlumbiiH , O.t
( luntlciimit - " I nm more than satis *
tied with I'criina , ami flinl It to ha tut
excellent remedy for the XT//I and ctt-
tarrli. I have used It In my family
timl they all Jnln mo In rccHinmcntHiig
It as an excellent remedy. "
Very respectfully ,
tleurxo II. White.
Mrs. Nivnnlo Wnlliii'o , Tulnri' , Cul. ,
Vri'Hldoiit , of tlin Wt'Hlorn lluptlnt MlB-
Hlonury Noolcly , wrlti'Ht
11 L eoiiHldur 1'onmiv tin Indispensable
nrllulo In my niodlolno ohcst. It IH
twenty modleliU'H In ono , mid IIIIH HO far
uu rod every HloknoHH Hint bun boon In
my homo for llvo yonrH. T coiiHldur It of
Hpuulul viiltio to weakly wnmnn , an Id
hulldmip Ilio Kmiorul liaalth , driven out
( HnoiiHO and keepri you In tlio bout of
liunlth. " MrH. Niimilo Wiillaeo.
If you do not derive prompt mid Halls-
factory rcHiiltn from tlio IIHO of IVruim ,
wrlto ut once to Dr. llarliniin , nlvln a
full Hliili'inenl , of yniir CIIHO anil lie will
bo pleiiHcd loKivoyou bin valuable nd-
Addri-HH Dr. Ilnrlinnn , Protddunt of
Tim Jlartinaii .Sanitarium , Coluiiibun ,
when Hlio felt mi ntt'iiek romliiK on.
Hiirli attacks iir. ' uuiinlly raiiHod by
IndlKi'stlon mid tlii'HO tublolH tire JiiHt
Wlllll IH ' ' ' t ( ) ( ! | ( > illlMO llm HtomilCll
and ward oil' ' .In ; approaching attack.
AttnckH of lillloiiH colic imiy bu pro-
vonleil In Ilui Hnmo way. For Hiilo
by KIcHiiu DHIK Co.
Tbcrc'o Many a Slip
on tlio wet ground at I bin Vlmo
of your , and many a nnro Hpol In con-
H ( > ( | iionco. No amount of caution will
Kiinrnntcoyou iiKiilriHt accldont. That
IH why wo keep Perry Davis' Pain
killer on hand vo rollovo tlio ache of
hnilHcd flt'Hli , and nero , throbbing
miiHclo. It has fdvon rollof to two
KcncrntloiiH. Thorn IH but ono Paln-
killor. Perry DavlH1.
When you want a phyHlc that IH
mild and gentle , oa y to take and cer
tain to act , alwayn HKO Chainborlain'H
Stomach and Liver TabletH. For sale
by Klomtu Drug Co.
"If I Could Got Rid
of thlH abominable cold , " exclaimed
the Hiifforer , when the end of a HptiHin
of couKhltiK giivo him a chaonco to
talk. The way out of trouble IH plain.
Take Allen's hunj ; Ilnltmm before the
morcllesH frlp of Vho cold IIUH fast
ened upon your throat and lungs. Af
ter a few doHos the coiiKh Is easier
and loss frtjfiuont , and a complete
cure Is but the question of n little
How are your kidneys. ' It Is dan-
porous to delay when the kidneys aio
sick. Kidney-Jilts ! aie the most won
derful cure for all kidney and buck-
ache complaints. Try them. 25
cents. For sale by Klosnu Drug Co.
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen's Foot-cnsp , n powder. It curea painful ,
emartlng , nervous fcot mid Ingrowing nalla.audin-
RtniitljrtakrotlioBtliiKniitof cornsanJbunions It't
tlio prcatcet comfort dlncovery of tlio ajje. llcn'i
Foot-Hnnemnkes tight or iicw8lioe fctlea y. It IB a
cerUIn euro for owcatlnc , callous nnd hot , tfrcd , ach-
storm , lly mull for We. In stamp * . Trial pnckaim
FIIUK. Address , Allin S. Olnwted , Lo Hey , N. Y.
The Many Adventures of
Including nil tlio merry plclnrpscon-
tainod In tlie two volume * , entitled
"Ailvmituros of Foxy Ornndim" nnd
"iMirtliorAdventumiof Foxy Cirniul.
Mr. 8chnltzoR.tld | to mo ono ilny at
lunch : ' 'Uliat do von think of series
of comlo ( IniwIiifBdoalinK witli M Kraml-
duller HIH ! lil twORraml oi > b7"
' 'Let Ilio Krauilfat or bo the clover ono
of tlio trio , In mom of tlio oilier CHHOS
tlin youiiKfolk luive hccu mmirtor thati
thdolil imople uiifii whom they nlnypd
thlr JOKOH. I/ot n revrreo It. "
Tim next morning lie came to my of-
llco with sketches for hnlf n domn
s rlec , and with tlio name "Foxy Grand
pa" In his head.
Tbe Hiirco8 of the scries In the. New
York Hnrald was luHtaiitaiwoiic , for
who lia not heard of "Foxy Grandpa"
Tlio jolly old pnntleman , dear to
Brown people as well ns children , might
almost bo called the Mr. Pickwick of
To Grandfathers Who Are Aud
To 'I ho o Who Are To lie ,
I Merrily Dedicate This Hook.
. .il8..1 P ° .8t.ll 0 P"1'1 on receipt of ONE
UULLAU in currency or postal order ;
no checks received ,
L. R. HAMERSLEY CO.
49 Wall Street , New York.
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