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THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 85 , ! ! K1. ) !
Four Young Boys From Oak-
dale Held up Foreman.
ESCAPED AT POINT OF A GUN.
Were Caught Placing Dolts and
Spikes on Track Threatened the
Section Foreman and Got Away.
Jackson Will Prosecute Crowd.
( From Monday's Dnlly.1
Nollgh , Neb. , Sopt. 21. At the
IKInt of a gun and with violent
throats uttered against him , Section
held up by four young boys from
Foreman Davis , of this place , wns
Onlululo , who hud placed bolts and
spikes on the Northwestern tracks
In nn nttempt , it Is thought , to wreck
They mndo a temporary escape
from the suction foromnn but are now
behind the burs of the county jail ,
where they were landed by Sheriff
Frleshie. Warrants were made out
and the matter of prosecution IH in
charge of N. D. Jackson , the railroad
i t attorney.
The names of the boys arc : Klmor
Holmes , Ltiko Alexander , Oscar
Price and Clem Mllligan. They are
pronounced u had lot.
The Polander , In jail , charged with
asaault upon n little girl north of Ne-
Ugh , has little to say. He was caught
only after a hard chase.
ENDS LONG DISTANCE TRIP.
Trooper Davis Rides From Oklahoma
to West Point In 39 Days.
Newburgh , N. Y. , Sept. 22. Trooper
Davis of the Eighth United States
cavalry has reached West Point , be
ing the first of a detachment of twelva
troopers who stated from Oklahoma
thirty-nine days ago on a teat ride of
2,000 miles. The men were allowed
to eat and sleep when they pleased ,
relays of horses being provided every
thirty miles , the object of the ride beIng -
Ing to cover the distance in the short-
eat practicable time. Davis , being
the lightest man of the party , led his
comrades nt the start nnd thus had the
advantage of getting the pick of
mounts at the relay stations. Davis
weighed 137 pounds when he started
. and now weighs but 108 pounds. He
" * * was very tired , but happy to think ho
, had broken the record for the dls-
v tance , which Is forty-five days. The
ride Is one of scvernl tnken to test
the stnmlnn of men and horses.
FRANCHISE IS REFUSED.
Toledo Citizens Burn Red Fire In
( Approval of Council's Action.
Toledo , O. , Set. 22. The franchise
ordinance granting a twenty-five-year
franchise to the Toledo Railway and
Light company , which had been ve
toed by the mayor , was tabled by the
council. A great crowd gathered , fill
ing the corridors nnd overflowing into
the streets. Red flro wns burned free
ly outside nnd the crush Inside broke
in several glass doors opening from
the council chnmber. The company's
solicitor nnnounced thnt It would not
accept the ordinance and it wns tabled
by unanimous voto. After the mayor
had made an address the crowd went
SLATE FOR A NEW CABINET.
It Is Said to Have Met the Approval
of King Edward.
London , Sopt. 22. King Edward is
said to have approved the appoint
ment of Austen Chamberlain , the
postmaster general , to be chancellor
t of the exchequer , in succession to
Charles T. Ritchie ; Mr. Arnold Fors
ter , secretary to the admiralty , to bo
! secretary for war , In succession to
i Mr. Brodrick ; Mr. Brodrlck , the secrc-
1ary for war , to be secretary for In
dia , in succession to Lord George
? Hamilton , and Lord Selbourne , first
\ lord of the admiralty , to bo secretarj
' " for the colonies , In succession to JoT -
T Eeph' Chamberlain.
Bold Attempt to Rob Car.
Chicago , Sept. 22 , A bold attempt
by two men to lock themselves in a
Michigan Central railroad express cai
with the express messenger , overpow
j er him after the train left the yardr
nt Thirteenth street , and then rifle
t the two safes in the car was frustrat-
j ed. William Ganghlln , nn express
i man , was knocked unconscious and
gagged in the express car and then
the men discovered he was not the
express messenger and , fearing detec
Younger Charged With Embezzlement.
Nevada , Mo. , Sept. 22. A charge of
embezzlement of ? C,000 has been made
against Cole Younger , the bandit , by
tbo management of n wild west show
with which Frank James nnd Cole
Younger have been associated since
Ehortly after Younger's pardon from
the Minnesota penitentiary , where ho
was serving a life sentence. James
end Younger had previously brought
action for damages against the man-
i ngemcnt , because , as they nllege , the
, i ebow proper failed to equip the aggrc-
j gation according to contract nnd re
fused to drive nwny the gambling ele
ment thnt followed the show. Both
James nnd Younger assert there la
nothing In the embezzlement cbnrgo.
7 which they say Is retaliatory.
Master Mechanic McCormlck Kesigns.
Topeka , Kan. , Sept. 22. It is an
nounced by the Rock Island author
ities hero that A. McCormlck , muster
mechanic of the Nebraska division of
i that road , with headquaiters nt Fair-
- bury , Neb. , has resigned to take the
position of piaster mechanic of the
Colorado Springs nnd Cripple Creek
lines , with headquarters at Colorado
Springs. The change Is effective at
8AVED BY ACCIDENTAL SHOT.
bcntry Knocked Down by Rock , but
Rifle It Discharged.
Victor , Colo. , Sept. 22. What la bo-
HfcTOd by the military authorities to
1-i.vo been a preconcerted attack on
the Strntton Independence mine was
frustrated by the accidental discharge
of a rifle. As the sentry posted on the
railroad tracks below the Independ
ence wns walking ho spied three or
four men acting suspiciously and as
ho wns approaching them he watt sud
denly knocked down by a blow from n
rock on the side of the head.
AH he fell his rifle In some manner
wns discharge , ! . This alarmed fho
other guards , nnd an the corporal and
other detnlls rimhed down to the spot
they found the man lying unronsolouH
Ills assailants worn K nn running
nway hy the sentry on the no\t lie-t.
but they were out of sight too noon to
permit of accurate shooting.
It Is claimed thnt the Portland o < *
tnte. on which union miners nre om
ployed. Is being made the base of oper
ations by the strikers , and Ooncrnl
Hell says that hereafter this property
will "bo patrolled and controlled. "
FOR FAMILIES OF DRUNKARDS.
Carrie Nation Deeds Property In Kan
sas to CharltabTe Institution.
Now York , Sept. 22. Mrs. Carrlo
Nation has deeded over certain valu
able property to a charitable assoola-
tion In Kansas. Shu Is now writing a
play , lu which she will appear her-
eolf as "thu defender of homes" and
advocate total abstinence. The prop
erty Mrs. Nation surrendered consign
of a building and two acres of ground
in Kansas City , Kan. 3ho turned it
over to the Benevolent asspclation of
Wyandotte county , Kansas , to bo used
as a home for the wives and children
of drunkards. "I am the only Illo
member of the board , " said Mrs. Na
tion , as she signed the papers.
"There arc nine other persons to serve
terms of three years each. MBS !
Short will bo the superintendent of
the homa and the governing trustee Is
Byron J. Waterman , cashier of the
Citizens' bank of Kansas City , Kan.
BIG LAND DEAL IN CHICAGO.
University Makes Preparations to Es
tablish a Large Medical College.
Chicago , Sopt. 22. One of the most
extensive real estate deals In the his
tory of the city has practically been
completed for the University of Chi
cago. The transactions Involve the
purchase of the entire south front-
nge of the Midway Plalsance , between
Cottage Grove and Madison avenue ,
at a total consideration estimated at
$1,000,000 for the land and $450.000
for the hulMlngs. The news of the
extensive purchase confirms the re
ports which have circulated In uni
versity circles for some tlmo that the
l.irgcst medical school in the world Is
to be established In the Midway.
Three Fatally Hurt.
Gallatln , Tenn. , Sept. 22. A run
away horse attached to a delivery
wagon smashed through a vehicle
here , seriously injuring five persons ,
three fatally. The Injured : Mrs.
Smith , right arm broken , hurt inter
nally , will die ; Miss Ilattie Smith , left
thigh dislocated ; Mamie Smith , skull
fractured , both hips dislocated , will
die ; Miss Mollie Saddler , Internal in
juries , will die ; W. Watson , wounds
on the head. Miss Saddler wns In n
surrey with four other young ladles
all of whom were more or less hurt.
The horse , while hitched , became
frightened at a toy balloon.
Nebraska City Man Is Shot.
Kansas City , Sept. 22. James A.
Hinds , a sign painter , shot nnd killed
Harvey A. MUUlleton , a paper hanger ,
In a rooming house hcie. through
jealousy over Mlddleton's attentions
to a women. Hinds escaped. The
woman jumped to the ground from a
second story window In an attempt
to escape being shot. She was ar-
icstcd and will be held for investiga
tion. Mlddleton died before regaining
consciousness. He came hero from
Nebraska City , Neb.
Nonunion Man Fatally Assaulted.
Indianapolis , S"pt. 22. William II
Collins , an employe of the Parry Man
ufacturing company , and a nonunion
man , was badly assaulted on the
street by a man supposed to bo a union
hodcarrier. Collins refused , it
snid , to discuss the respective merits
of unionism and nonunlonlsm with his
assailant. The latter struck Collins
n vicious blow on the head. The blow
and the full caused contusion of the
train , from which Collins died Inter
Beatrice Man Dies by His Own Hand.
Now York , Sept. 22. James D. KM
Patrick of Beatrice , Neb. , committed
culclde 1-ere by shooting. Ho had
been In New York since July and was
n membei of the firm of Kllpatrlck
Brothers & Co. , of Beatrice , and a dl
rector of the New York Exporting am'
Importing company. Ho was twenty
two years of age. Kllpatrlck's room
mate said that Kllpatrlck had been
brooding over 111 health. He believed
thnt wns the cause of the sulcldo.
Fire at State Fair Grounds.
Sednlla , Mo. . Sept. 22. Fire at the
Btnto fnlr grounds destroyed the entile
nnd horse barns , the emergency fire
engine house nnd eighteen frclghi
cnrs. The Missouri , Kansas nnd Tex
ns station , the sheep nnd swine build
ing nnd new poultry house were partl >
destroyed. The loss is estimated nt
Earthquake In Illinois ,
Olney , 111. , Sept. 22 Residents ol
this city nnd vicinity were much dla
turhcd hy an earthquake shock. Th *
BOlsmlc movement was nccompanlei'
by heavy ri nhllng , the .notion Boom
Ing to travel from the south to Hit
nort.li and continuing several seconds
Pursuit of Murderer Thomas
Madison is Abandoned.
6LAYER OF THREE MAY ESCAPE.
Fugitive Is Well Armed and Har
Stolen Team Farmer Sees Man
In Cornfield Who Answer * Descrip
tion of Madison.
Hastings , Neb. , Sept. 22. The
search lor William Miullmm , the al
leged Kansas slayer , has been nhan
dono.d , HO far ns the IHIHHOH from No-
briiHka nnd Kansas uro concerned.
The men returned to thin place IIIH
night. The Webster county Hheriffrt
nro supposed to ho still engaged In
the search , but their whoionboutH Is
unknown , A farmer named Hilrrln
claims to have seen Madbon In the
vicinity of Shlckley. The fugitive was
In a corn fluid. Ho was provided with
n horse , supposedly one of the two
ctolen last Friday , and ns Harris up-
pronchcd K ) mounted nnd rodu away.
Smith Center , Kan. , Sopt. 22. People
ple throughout this section of the
Btnto nre In horror over the acts of
Thomas Madison , charged with the re
cent triple murder In this county. Mad
ison hns successfully oludcd both oUl
cers nnd bloodhounds thus far , but It
Is thought thnt ho Is somewhere In
the vicinity of Cowles , Nob. , about
fifteen miles from the state line.
Word received hero says Madison Is
armed with two revolvers nnd plenty
of ammunition and that he had held
up a numb r of people , threatening
to shoot them If they told of his pres
ence hi the country. He entered a
farm house near Cowles and forced
the woman to give him a meal. He
has stolen a team of horses and seems
to be thoroughly at home In th neigh
MAN 8HOOT3 HIS FRIEND.
Point * Gun at Him and Pulls Trigger ,
Thinking It Is Not Loaded.
Hnrtington. Neb. , Sept. 22. John
Houscr Is dead and August Schmidt
is In jail as a result of the same old
Btory "didn't know It wns loaded. "
John Cyril and Peter Houser went
hunting and met JOBS Miller and Au
gust Schmidt , and the latter two were
asked to get In the rig and join In
the hunt. After driving about n mile
all got out of the rig when , nccordlng
to the story of the witnesses , August
Schmidt levelled his gun nt John
Houser , nt the same time remarking ,
"I'll fix you. " The gun was dls-
chnrged nnd most of the contents took
effect In Houser's neck , severing the
jugular vein , death following about
two hours later.
Schmidt says ho did not know the
gun wns loaded nnd merely made the
remark "I'll fix you" In a Joking way.
Schmidt Is twenty-flve years of ago
and Houser about twenty. Both were
employed on farms five miles west of
town. Part of the charge took effect
In Peter Houser's back , but nothing
dangerous will result.
MORO FANATIC IS KILLED.
Priest , Single Handed , Attacks a Boat
Load of American Soldiers.
Manila , Sept. 22. A detachment of
the Twenty-eighth Infantry embarked
in boats had a sharp engagement on
loros lake , Lanao , on the 10th lnnt.
with a band of fanatical Mores , dur
ing which Private E. O. Barnett was
killed. One of the leaders of the
enemy , a priest , slnglo handed , at
tacked a boat load of the American
boldlers. He was killed ,
A band of Indrones attacked the
town of Tnlsnn , In the province of
Bntnngns , Luzon , and secured the
guns of the munlclpnl police. They
met with no reslstnnce during their
rnld nnd subsequently escaped unmo
The town of San Francisco Annnao ,
in the district of Tlngan , Luzon , was
subsequently attacked , but they were
repulsed. During the fight at this
llace one policeman was killed.
Evans Criticises Sentence.
Washington , Sept. 22. The com
plete record of the court-martial case
of Assistant Paymaster Nicholson on
the Asiatic station , received at the
navy department , contains a severe
criticism by Rear Admiral Evans of
the members of the court which tried
Nicholson because of the Inadequacy
cf the punishment Inflicted by the
court. At Chefoo , Nicholson became
Intoxicated and assaulted an elderly
civilian. The sentence of the court
was that Nicholson be reduced flvo
rumbers In his grade. Rear Admiral
Evans , in reviewing the case , says
the evidence was of such a character
that the sentence should have been
nothing less than dismissal from the
Anti-Duelling League Meets.
Berlin , Sept. 22. A meeting of the
Anti-Duelling league , attended by for
ty delegates , was hold at Frankfort ,
under the presidency of Prince Ixow-
cnstein. Dr. Kolh of Darmstadt re
ported that the largest number of
duels took place in Austria and Ger
many took second place. Mayor An-
tonl of Fulda proposed that an Inter
national antl-duolling agreement
should be brought about.
Entire Train Leaves Track.
Independence , Knn. , Sept. 22. A
Missouri Pacific passenger train \\n >
wrecked about two miles north oi hi
dependence. Apparently an nttomp :
to wreck the train hud boon made , a
H rail on each side had been pi.oi
loose nnd the llshplnto Inserted i. '
twoen it nnd the next rail. The en
glno nnd nil the cnrs loft the track
font remained upright. No ono wns in
SERVIAN ASSASSINS IN POWER
Many of the Officer * Arc Conspiring
Agalnat Regicide * .
London , Hopt. 22. The Times' cot
respondent At Belgrade Bonds n ro
Tlow of the situation In Horvln , In
which ho nays the military connplrncy
at Nlah , directed against the rvglcldcv ,
Is far greater thnn the government
dnro acknowledge. Of n total of 1.M10
officers , 1,000 nro said to ho concerned
In It nnd probably thn bulk of the nn
tion secretly sympathizes with them
The clique of aRnn.RHlnn. however , hold
nil the chief civil nnd military olllcon
the keys of the arsonnl and thn tionn
nry , nnd any ono oroHHlng their pnlh
Is doomed. The king IH mirroiindod
nnd under thu ruin of the IIHHUHHMH | ,
nnd ninny doubt If ho will ever shako
h'nifiolf free. Minister Genii-hitch. In
nhoHo house the regicide plot watt
hutched , and who condurteo the no
crol negotiations with King Peter. IH
nllegod to POHHCSH nn Incriminating
letter which Is Kept hanging over the
DECLARE DOY WAS KILLED.
After Body Is Found In L.ike Play
mates Charge Man With Crime.
Chicago , Sept. 22. For two d yn the
police have been searching for Aitht.r
Eaton , the eleven-year-old m > n of C
W. Eaton of 318 Washington boule
% vrd , and last night his body WHH
found floating In Lake Michigan. Two
of young Eaton's playmates doclnro
that the boy , while playing with them ,
wan seized nnd dragged away hy Al-
bnrt Khupe , who licensed young Kuton
of stealing $5. Shupn has been ar
rested and Hcvcrnl of IIH ! conflicting
stories an to his whereabouts when
the boy disappeared huvu proven
false. It Is thought by the parents of
the boy that Shupc dragged the boy to
the lake and threw him In.
Pension Pay Roll Decreasing.
Topeka , .Kan. , Sept. 22. The pay
roll of the Topeka pennlou agency for
the quarter was $60,000 IL-UH than for
the same quarter Innt your. This Indi
cated that the tide has turned end
fiom now on the pension rolls will de
crease. "The only dnss of enBlonn
now Increasing Is the $12 class , " said
Captain Drew of the pension office.
"This Is duo to the fact that ninny
pensioners who have boon receiving
from $ C to $8 n month nre having their
pensions Increased to $12 a month.
The $ C nnd $8 classes nro both do-
cn-aslng. So are the higher claHHOH
the $30 , $45 and $72. As a rule the
Boldlor who Is drawing from $ HO to
$72 a month pension was pielty badly
shot to pieces and It Is natural that
they should die flrnt. "
Parks May Not Be Seated.
Kansas Ctly , Sept. 22. Thu commit
tee on credentials of the Bridge and
Structural Iron Workers' convention
It Is Raid will report ngnlnst the Kent
ing of the New York union. The re
port ngnliiRt seating the suspended
New York union will , It Is said , be
signed by flvo of the seven monitors
cf the committee. DelegatcB Flaherty
of PIttshurg and O'Brien of Pueblo
will bring In a minority report , favor
Ing the seating of Parks nnd the other
delegates from Now York. Parks nnd
his followers will make a strong light
In the convention , but the outlook for
success on their part Is not the bright
No Sunday Ball at Topeka.
Topeka , Kan. , Sept. 22. The police
Sunday afternoon bioke up a ball
game at the fair grounds and construc
tively placed the players In jail. A
Sunday excursion hnd been tun from
Kansas City to Topeka and a local
team and the Kansas City Schmclzers
were on lh < > diamond with n largo
crowd pri'tiont. Suddenly the police
swooped down and took the players In
charge. Later they wore lolousod un
der piomlsc to abandon the game.
Urge Miller's Dismissal.
Washington , Sopt. 22. The Central
Labor union of this city took supple
mental action In the case of W. A.
Miller and adopted strong resolutions ,
which were sent to Piesident Ilooso-
volt , urging Miller's dismissal. The
union earnestly requests the presi
dent to modify his orders of last July
to Secretary Cortelyou , In which the
president says there shall he no dis
crimination between union and non
Wanamaker Wins Victory.
Beaver , Pa. , Sept. 22. The slanile.
suit brought against ex-Postmnt > tc :
General John Wanamaker by forme. .
State Printer Robinson , has ended Ii
n victory for the defendant. Tlit
sealed verdict was read in ccurt and
found for the defendant.
How to Get Rid of a Cold.
"Shall I over get rid of this cold ? "
Thin Is the dully question of a man
racked by a cough that seems to tear
his lungs. Let him cheer up and take
Allen's Lung Balsam. This remedy
not merely overcomesordlnarycoughs
and colds , however obstinate , but it
Is recommended oven in the first
stages of consumption.
Every Mother Knows
how hard It is to keep the children
covered up at night. They will kick
the quilts off and take cold. No not
give them medicine contalnlngoplum.
Allen's Lung Balsam , free from nar
cotic driigH , Is never more useful than
when It rids the children of cold and
saves the mothers anxiety. It makes
a friend of everyone who uses it.
The Great American Climate.
On the heels of a bright mild day
comes a howling blizzard and the
next thing you know the weather is
fipring-ltko again. No wonder people
have colds nnd sore chests nnd stiff
hacks. Lucidly , I'orry Davis' Pain
killer Is nt hand to glvo rollof. Take
It Internally nnd rub it into the ach
ing llosh. All druggists soil It. There
is but one 1'nliikillor. Perry Davis' .
Turks and Bulgarians Skirmish
MASSING TROOPS AT PALANKA.
General Impression Thnt War Is Only
Question of a Few Days Insur
gents Kill Five Hundred Turks.
London , Sept. 22.A dlxpntch from
( itiltHchovo , on thn Turko-ltulKurmn
trout lor , ( o the Dully Mall icpoiiH
lluil great excitement ptoviills lu the
district bociuiHo of u HklrmlHh that
orcuncd between Turkltih and ltulia ;
rliin troom | on the mountain nmr.o
vhleli , forniw Hie border lino. Tbo gen
cral ImproHHlon IH ( hut war IH only u
( lUOHtloii of a few iluyn and the pee '
pie me reuniting their pioporty fiom
the lioiitlor dlHlrlelH to places of mire
ty. The dispatch nddn that Turkey IR
iiinHHlng toODD tioopH In and mound
Pitlnuku , ten Milieu from ( lie Ilulgutlan
frontier , tiMiiliiHt which foice the llul
KlllillllM IllltlJ Ulll.V 1.1MMI llll'll 111 l\lfn
tonilll. The Turkish fionller ofllecis
report that the liiHUi'KontH under ( Ion
cral Xontchoff have boon dofontod
with great slaughter near Molnlk and
a number of BulgarlanM wont miiHHn-
cred In thn neighboring vllliiKOH , HCV
cral of which are butnlliK
Sofia. Sept 22. The unfavorable re
ply of Austria and RUHRII | to Bulgaria's
hint note , coupled with thu nllOKutlonH
that one of thn powern Is encouraging
the military party nt Ylldlr Kloxk , ban
uervt'il to cronta u loss hopeful fooling
here. There Is , however , no perceptl
bio change In the situation Vnrlotm
reports are In circulation regarding
ncgotlfttlonH between Turkey and Bul
garia lookltiK to a solution of thn
Macedonian situation Thn Dnnvnlk
rayn Turkey has presented a note to
BulRurlu asking for the hitter's nn-
tlntancn In reaching a peaceful solu
tion. Bulgaria replied that Turkey
must end the masnncros , withdraw her
frontier forces , guarantee peace nnd
protection to the vlllngorn desiring to
rctuin to their homos , nmncHty to the
political offenders and Introduce such
governmental reforms UK will pacify
Maccdrnla nnd Adrlnnoplc.
The Bulgarian reply concluded : "If
the present situation continues the
Bulgarian government will bo compelled
polled to yield to public opinion and
send an army to the fiontler. "
According to the Information re
lelved at revolutionary headquarters.
130 persons perished lu their burning
villages near Knntorla. More than
1,200 bodies of women nnd children
nro Hnld to ho lying unhurlod In the
ftohls and on the roadsides around that
Turks Lose Five Hundred.
Sofia , Bulgaria , Sept. 22. According
to fugitives who have uirlvod at Kiln
from Djoumla , a serious engagement
has occurred at Pckln , near Molnlk ,
In which the Turks arc said to hnvo
lost GOO men killed , Including two col
Cincls , Most of the villages in tin
district of Molnlk nre In the hnndu
of the Insurgents. Many of the vll
Ingcs are In llnmos.
It Is reported that fiOO Turks havf
been killed with dynamite while fight
Ing against a body of Insurgents In
the Krcsna dcfllo.
Not n Minute to Lose
If you are wet and feel chilled to the
bono , after a trump htroiigh a storm.
Get Into dry clothes at oiicoandwarm
your ItiKldes with a teaHpoonful of
Perry Davln1 Painkiller. In hot water
with a little Kiigar. TlniH you will
avoid a cold , and , possibly , a long
Hlckness. The precaution IH worth
while. There i.s hut ono painkiller
His Life Saved by Chamberlain's Colic ,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"H. L. Byer , n well Known cooper of
this town , HayH ho believes Chamber-
Iain's Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy waved his llfo last minimer.
Ilo had been Hick for a month with
what the doctors call hllloiiH dysen
tery , and could get nothing to do him
any good until he tried this remedy.
It gave him immediate relief , " nays
B. T. Llttlo , merchant , Hancock , Md.
For Halo by KloHau Drug Co.
Man-or-vliio Tablets. The nerve
tonic for men and women. Build up
the system and make you feel bright
and cheerful. For Halo by Klesuu
Ov/es His Life to a Neighbor's Kind
Mr. D. P Dnugherty , well known
throughout Mercer and Stunner coun
ties , W. Va. , most likely owes his llfo
to the kindness of a neighbor. Ho
was almost hopelessly afflicted with
diarrhoea ; was attended by two phy
sicians who gave him little , If any ,
relief , when a neighbor hearing of
hia Morions condition , brought him 11
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic , Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy , which
cured him In loss thnn wenty-four
hours. For snlo by Klesnu Drug Co.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LaxatlvoBroinoQulnino Tablets.
All druggists refund.tho money It It
falls to euro. E. W. Grove's Hlgnavnro
Is on each box. 2fic.
When you feel constipated , have
sour stomach or biliousness , try
Borg's Sweet Laxative Chips. They
do 'iho work. 10 nnd 25 cents. For
sale by Klosau Drug Co.
A Remarkable Record.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has n
remarkable record. It has been In
use for ever thirty years , during which
tlmo many million bottles have been
sold nnd used. It 1ms long been tlio
standard and iiinin reliance in the
treatment of croup in thousands of
homes , yol during nil this time no case
SUFFERED 25 YEARS
With Catarrh of the Stomach-
- - ,
til n roonnt Idler to Dr. llnrlin&n ,
( 'ongrcHHinun Hot kin nayx :
"My Dcur Doctor It given tuo puu )
nro to certify to the oxoollont ciirntlva
or your inodlclnoM Purunannn
Muiinlln. 1 have boon ullllcUxl inoro or
ICMH for a < | tiiirt ref a century with c
turrit of thu Htomuch and ronntlpntlnn.
A rctfliluncoln Wellington iiaolncrua-Mxl
tlioHo trouble * . A few iMittloM of your
imidtc.lno liavo glvon mo almost coin-
jiloto rollnf , and 1 am Hiiro that a contin
uation of liioin will off out a permanent
cure. " .l. 1) . llotkln.
Mr. L. Y. Vordury , a prominent r al
estate agunt , of Augusta , ( la. . Tfrlton :
" / hmve been a gremt nufterer from
c l rrLul dyipcptf * . I tried manyphy *
tlclaat , vltlted m good mmay uprtnr * ,
but I believe Perun * tint done more
tor me than all ot tke mbovo put
together , tteel Ilkem oew penoa. * '
L. P. Verdery.
This moit common form of lumnxir
catarrh la catarrh of the stomach. Thl
In generally known aaclynpcpiiia. 1'eruoa
ouraa those CM * * llko magic.
If you do not derive prompt and Mtift-
factory reuulU from the HBO of Porutm ,
rrrltoatonco to Dr. Ilartman , giving
ftill dtatonicnt of your cawo , and ho will
bo plowed to giro you his valuable aa-
Address Dr. Ilartman , Provident of
Th HartmanB anltarlum , Goluuibtui. O.
IUIH over boon reported to tlio mnnu-
fuctnrorH In which It fulled to effect
a euro. When given an noon IIH tlio
child booomoH liourHn or cvon an wxnt
IIH tlio croupy cough appears , It will
prevent tlio attack. It In pleasant to
take , many chllilron llko It. It con-
taliiH no opium or other harmful Hub-
stance and may ho given aH confidently -
ly to a baby IIH to an adult. For aulo
hy KloRiiu Drug Co.
The Pleasure of Eating.
Porfloim Buffering from indlgcHtlon ,
dynpopHla or other stomach trouble
will llnd that Kodol DynpopHla Cure
dlgoHtH what you cat and million tbo
Htoinach Bwoet. ThlH remedy IB a
novor-falling euro for Indigestion and
dyHpopMlii and all compIalntH affecting
tlio Htoinach or digestive tract. When
you take Kodol DyHpopola Cure every
thing you oat tiiHtCH good , and every
hit of tbo nutrlimmt that your food
contalim IH aHHlmllatod and appropri-
ntod hy the hlood and UBHIICH. Sold
hy KloBun Drug Co.
"I have huoii trouhlod with my stom-
noli for the past four yoarw , " Hays D.
L. Hoach , of Clever Nook farm , Green-
Hold , MIIHB. "A few dayH ago I was
Induced to buy a box of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver TahletH. I have
taken part of them and fool a great
deal bettor. " If you have any trouble
with your Htoinach try a box of these
tabk'lH. Yon are certain to bo plea.sed
with the result 1'rlco 25 cents. For
Halo by KloHiui Drug Co.
How are your kidneys. ' It IH dan-
KoroiiH to delay when the klduoys aio
sick Kldiioy-litti't are the most won
derful euro for all kidney and backache
ache complaints. Try them. 25
eentH. For sale hy KloHau Urug Co.
For a hllloiiH attack , take Chamber-
lain'H Stomach and Liver Tablets and
a ( | iilck euro IH certain. For sale by
Klosau Drug Co.
for Children. Mnllicr ( fray , for yi-nrii n uurtc In th *
( Jlnlilri'ir * lloinv n New \i k , trfMtil ihiMun iu-
cr fully wall n remedy , now pri-pnriil mid plnreil in
tindmi ; Htonscnllcd Mollierdray's Swtt't l'imilrr
for I li ulri'ti. 'I licy arc lisnnlius im mill. , pit UMIIU to
nku indIICWT fall. \ ccrlnln ciirvfnrfctirUliuiN- ,
< -nintlnitMi. | lirnilicho , HcUiliit' nntl Htonmrli illpor-
IcrDiinlri-inoM wnnnii. Atnllclnii.Timi'.VSc. Don't
iirrpl niiVHiiiintinitiSainnli'xcnt I HUE. Aililnrt
Mien s. Oinmtnl , | .c Koy.N \ .
Tlie Many Adventures of
Including all llmmcrrj plctnrci con
tained In tlie two volume * , entitled
"Adventures of Foxy ( Irnudiw" nnil
"KiirthurAd\euturi of Foxj Urand-
Mr. Hclmlt/e Jnald to IHO onu day at
limclr "What ilo yon think of u turles
of comic driiwIiiKMiBnllnR with n grand-
( atlinrHiiil lilt two eranil > nn 7"
' Let tliii Kraudfatnor Ixi tlio clever one
of tlio trio , In most of the other citxai
the > onni ; folk have been smarter than
the old iwiple noon whom they played
thalr jokeit. Lot reverse It. "
Tlio next morning he cama to my of-
tico with eUctclion for half a dozen
crlen , and with the name "Foxy Grand
pa" lu lilt head.
The UK-conn of the srrleg In the New
York Hxrald wng liiBlaiitanooup , for
who l a not heard of "Foxy Qrandpu"
Thn jollj old ri > ntlnmi < n , dear to
grown people aa ucll BB children , ml ht
almoet liu ctilltxl thu Mr , I'lckwlck of
comic picture *
To Ornndfatl'org WI'O Are And
To 1 ho o Who Are T. . He ,
1 Meirily DodlcnuiTlilK hook.
Sunt ixistflB" pnld ou receipt nt ONB
DOLI.VII In cur oncj or ponul onlur ;
noclii'O.v rvc > ITPI !
L. R. HAMERSLEY CO.
49 Wall Street , New York.
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