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THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AI'IUL I , 1002. SATURDAY SITTINGS. Victor I'uttoraou is on thoslck list. Miss Wilkinson is a city visitor from erco today. A. T. Reynolds was hero yesterday oin Madison. Best TitTon of Creightou was a city vlfiitor yesterday. Glnronco Johnson of Wausa was a city visitor ever night. Mrs. Thomas of Oroighton is a visitor in Norfolk today. II. E. Hardy returned from his busl- trip to Omaha laat night. Mrs. O. W. Tiirbol wns a city visitor yesterday from Croightou. .7. II. Cribbos was down from Battle Crook yesterday on business. Mrs. W. H. Huggs of Pierce was shopping in the city yesterday. Rov. Mr. Dnhlof Omaha was the guest of Rev. J. P. Maellor Thursday. T. E. Swongol of Plaiuviow had busi ness in the metropolis yesterday. Miss Anna Rhuolow of Pierce is visit ing with her brother in this city. Miss Ella Mason and Miss Ruth Tawnoy were in Norfolk from Pierce yesterday. Editor P. E. Martin of the Battle Creek Enterprise was in the city today on business. Miss Christine Hanseu arrived from Tilden at noon to spend Easter with Miss Otelia Pilgfr. Chas. Jacobson , Win. Bass , jr. , and FredBerner of Madison were Sugar City visitors over night. C. W. Hamilton was down from Creightou this morning on business and to call on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton. MIES Emma Melchor and Miss Jessie Ferguson returned this morning from Pierce , where they have been during the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Reynolds and Dr. and Mrs. P. H. S. lterwenttoCreighton at noon to spend Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Butterfleld. J. S. Wiles of Omaha , formerly night watch at the Norfolk hospital for the insane , was exchanging greetings with Norfolk friends yesterday. Eddie Biersdorf , who has just com pleted a course in the Brown business college , left yesterday for Sioux City to accept a position with a St. Joe whole sale house. Miss Gladys Mahaffy , who has been visiting with her parents at Hartsville , Indiana , since Christmas , has returned and resumed her duties with the John son Dry Goods company. Q The Grand. Island board of education has selected caps and gowns for the high school graduates of that city which will bo used this year and eaoh succeeding year at the graduating exer cises. cises.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison moved from South Norfolk to Omaha , where they will make their future home , Friday. Mr. Morrison has been a machiuest in the F. E. & M. V. round house at the Junction. Manager Murphy of the Western Union time service , assisted by Inspec tor Harton and Lineman Stark , are placing a number of electric clocks in the city which will be adjusted to Chicago cage time by wire. Mrs. Carey and daughter , Miss Nellie , who have made this city their home for the past seven years and who are at present visiting relatives at Oakdalo , 51 * will leave in a few days for Council Bluffs , Iowa , to make their home in the future. Dr. R. A. Mittnlstadt has established a sign announcing his business at the corner of the Bishop block that should not only do him good service but will beef of convenience to the public. It is a Western Union electric clock , giving the correct time , and the case is used in an nouncing Mr. Mittelstadt's profession. A. J. Dnrlaud is preparing to build two new brick houses on Eighth street in The Heights during the coming sea son. They will have seven rooms each and will contain all modern conven ; iences , including lights , baths and fur naces. The plans and specicfiations ore now being prepared by Architect J. C. Stitt. Old Boreas asserted himself last night and as a consequence there was quite a decided change in the temperature and a rather severe freeze. Fortunately none of the garden sass was developed Bnfliciently to bo seriously injured and the fruit buds were not out far enough to warrant the statement that there will be no fruit this year. Superintendent W. A. Connelly left yesterday for Rocky Ford , Colorado , to take up his work as superintendent of the sugar factory at that place. Fred Roberts , who has been assistant engi neer in the Norfolk factory , will leave tomorrow for Rocky Ford , to take up a like line of work in the factory at that place. A Masouio lodge of instruction is being held in Masouio hall under the direction of Grand Custodian Robert E. French. Meetings were held yesterday afternoon and evening and this morning and afternoon. At this evening's ses sion the Third degree will bo conferred. Mr. French is well informed on the work and the sessions thus far have been productive of great interest. A steel rail laying gang is here to con- tlnno the laying of steel track on the main line of the F. E. & M V. The last season's work was discontinued with steel track laid as far as Stauton. Tliis year it will cominouco whore the work loft oil' and continue on west to the oud of the division. It is under stood that there is a gnng of 100 Italian and American laborers now at the Junc tion ready to begin the season's work. The foundations are in and the frame work wi-11 advanced on the four cot tages Col. S. S. Cotton is building on KoonigRtdn avonue. They arc all rented in advance. One will bo occu pied by R. U. Wellor and family , an other by the family of Robert Utter , C. R. Hnggard , agent of the American ex press company , will llvo in one , and Mr. Handcleave , a traveling man at present living in the Lntimer house , will occupy another. The city council of Beatrice has unan imously accepted the offer of Andrew Carnegie to give that town $20,000 for a library building under his usual condi tions and the council has adopted a resolution elution levying an annual tax of $2,000 for the support of the library. Mr. Carnegie has been notified of the coun cil's action and a vote of thanks has been extended the donor. The question of a site has not yet been decided , but it is probable that the building will be lo cated on the high school grounds , which are convenient to the business portion of the city. One who has tried it describes a trick in legerdemain that is easily accom plished and quite mystifying. It is to take two silver dollars , if you happen to have them , place a dime between thorn , and holding them between the thumb and second and third fingers ofjtho right hand , drop the lower dollar to the open loft hand , which is held about eight inches below the right , when it will bo found that the dime has mysteriously disappeared. A few trials will make one quite expert at the trick. It is ex plained that the weight of the dime will cause the dropped dollar to turn over , concealing the dime underneath in the palm of the left hand. Foil SALK Good sound driving horso. Inquire at 1102 Madison Avo. B. E. WASHHUUN. Thirty-Seven Children. By a Denver hospital there has been taken up a woman who had thirty-seven children , nearly all of whom are living , and yet she is an object of charity. Her name , according to a Denver cor respondent , is Mrs. Mary Elvira Gil- lespio. Mrs. Gillespie was married but once and all her children were born within the twenty years preceding the death of her husband , Colonel William Gillespie of Virginia. She is a Virginian , and immediately after her 20th birthday the wedding took place. Fourteen pairs of twins and the seven other children besides were born before the war was declared , and William Gil lespie enlisted with the confederate army. During the war , and about a year before - fore the death of her husband in the battle of Vicksburg , the fifteenth pair of twins wore born. "All but a few lived , " she says , "and as soon as they were old enough to care for themselves I had to let them go and seek a living. I don't ' know where they are. I did know , but my memory is not as good as it once was. They do not know where there mother is , except one , and he does not come. Perhaps they will look for her some day. I do not know. " Mrs. Gillespie has the unmistakable accent of the Virginian and has the manner and habit of speech that char acterizes a gentlewoman. When she went to the hospital she had a few trinkets secreted in the front of her dress and which she never would permit any to see except those she con sidered her friends. The most valued of these is a locket on a heavy chain. Grand Island Independent. Sherman Gravel. Concerning which so much has been said , is a disintegrated mica granite. It has been chemically prepared by the great fires of nature in prehistoric days , so as to gradually weld together with all the flexibility of asphalt and the durability of granite. This gravel is quarried at Sherman , Wyo. , on the Union Pacific , and used on the road for obllast. Travelers over the Union Pacific therefore , escape the dust and dirt which makes a trip over the lines of its less fortunate rivals so annoying. No dust , no dirt , no jarring , smooth and easy riding. For full information call on or addreEs J. B. Elsoffer , agent. Cautionl This is not a gentle word but when you think how liable you are not to pur chase for 75c the only remedy universally known and a remedy that haH had the largest sale of any medicine in the world Klnco 18G8 for the cure and treatment of consumption and throat and lung trouble without losing its great pop ularity all these years , yon will bo thank ful we called your attention to Bosoheo's Gorman Syrup. There arc so many ordinary cough remedies made by drug gists and others that are ohoap and good for light colds perhaps , but for severe coughs , bronchitis , croup and es- for consumption , where there Eeoially i fxp2ctorution and coughing during the nights and mornings , there is nothing like German Syrup. Sold by all druggists in the civilized world. G. G. GIIKKX , Woodbury , N.J. Asa. K. Leonard. MONDAY MENTION. H. F Harnlmtdt Is a city visitor today from IMqrco. f Judge J. F Boyd of Nollgh was a city visitor yesterday. Mrs. McDonald of Picico was in the city this morning. Thos. Corlbot of Winsldo was a Sun day visitor in Norfolk. Chas. Gabloman was a city visitor over Sunday from Madison. Wni. O'Connor was a city visitor yes terday from Bloomdeld. J. K. Baker of Boomer visited with Norfolk friends yesterday. "Dad" Spence was In the city from the county seat yesterday. Miss Ruth JOHOH of Omaha is the guest of the Missoa Kstnbrooh. Miss Albright of Brownoll hall , Omaha wns the guest of Miss Woills over Eastor. Arthur Brnbakor arrived from Ohoy- onuo , Wyoming , last night to visit his parents. Mrs. A. N. Gorecko wont to Omaha Saturday to spoud her vacation with her husband. Mr. and Mrs. George Madson of Why- more are visiting with Norfolk relatives and friends. Bishop Williams and wife are guests of Rev. J. O. S. Wellies during their visit to Norfolk. The F. E & M. V. passenger from the east was late again today and did not arrive until 2 ; I)0. ) I. J. Shook of the Heinz Pickle com pany , was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gaulfield over Eastor. Mrs. F. W. Juuemau is on the sick list and Mr. Junoniau was over from Madison to HOO her over Sunday. The Easter rabbit presented Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Banroidcl of South Ninth street with a now sou yesterday. Miss I > lotta Koouigstein came homo from O'Neill , where she is employed as stenographer in a law ofllce , to spend Eastor. W. J. Gow and brother have sold their neat residence property on South Third street to Samuel Hoyt , consider ation $1 , f > 00. Mrs Ed. Hnmmol carao over from Sioux City Saturday evening to spend Easter with her parents , Mr. and Mrs. A. Brnmmuud. J. L. Decker , formerly of this city but lately editor of the Platte County Leader , at H nmphrey was in the city to day on his way to Omaha. Ben T. Reed , who travels for the Foot-Schulz company of St. Paul , Min nesota , was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Humphrey yesterday. In spite of the disagreeable weather yesterday there was a fair attendance on the Easter services at the various churches and some very excellent pro grams were rendered. Joseph Love of Wayne was recently arrested and fined $50 and costs for buy ing liquor for a habitual drunkard of that town. At last reports he was laying out the fine in the couuty jail. Ho must be having a "love" of a time for his slight indiscretion. John Wanamaker , the Philadelphia merchant prince , invests $85,000 a year with a single newspaper of that city , in advertising , and expends not less than $750,000 altogether during the year for the same purpose , and yet there are those who continue to maintain that ad vertising doesn't pay. A force of five brick masons is engaged in rushing the new Inholder block at Pierce to completion. The work com menced a week ago and substantial progress is being made. R. H. Reynolds of this city is doing the work on the front which will bo of pressed brick and buff mottled in color. The question of constructing an ad ditional building to cost about $10,000 for the Nebraska normal school at Wayne is a proposition confronting the people of that town. It is said that the present room of the college is not suffi cient to the increasing demand of that institution of learning. The matrimony markt t is BO slack in Antelope county that the county judge has found it necessary to intimate that he has recently received a fine line of marriage certificates and advises those contemplating matrimony to call early and make their selection before the handsomest are appropriated. The new game law gives as the open season for wild ducks , geese , brants , swans , cranes and game water fowls from Septemdor 1 to April 15. Those who want to hunt those birds will there- lore improve their present opportunity as the season is nearing its end. The fishing season , with hook and line only , opens tomorrow , April 1. Drinks are being served free today , but not on account of the election to morrow , neither is the free service at the saloons. It is the representatives of the Walter Baker company serving free cocoa at the grocery stores of Oscar Uhlo , C. P. Parish and Shurtz & Jenkins. The day makes the hot drink very agree able but serves to keep many who would appreciate it , at home. The banking house of George A. Brooks at Bazllo Mills was entered by burglars Saturday night , the vault WOB bl own open and $ 1,000 in cash was taken. The Norfolk officers wore notified of the robbery yesterday and requested to keep nn eye opun for unyono to whom HUH- plcinn might point in having a hand in tlto atVair , but they Imvo taken up no suspicious characters as yet. Grading for the extension of the F. K. Vr M. V. commenced at four differ ent pointH between Vordlgro and Nio- brara last week and the work will bo pushed to completion. Grading out- fltfl are extended all along the line went of Niobrarn and the indications are that there will soon be a nmh picco of rail- ro d building the 111(0 of which IIIIH never before boon HCGII in this part of the country. Tomorrow is the first of the month , city election and April fool's day ngony enough for OHO day certainly. Hut bo patient the day following the teachers of north Nebraska will bo hero and generously compensate by their presence for all the discomforts Htistalnod at the hands of the collectors , practical jokers and political hustlers. This in 0110 of these Glands that has a very magnificent silver lining. Owing to the latonoHB of the train from the east the confirmation services at Triu' y Episcopal church last even ing wore rather late , but there watt a largo audience present when Hishop Williams arrived from Omaha , and the right of confirmation was impressively conferred on a clans composed of the fol lowing persons : Mrs. (3. ( A. Luikart , Mrs. t0. . WhippH , Mrs. O. R. Stitt , W. H. Dexter and Fred AHIIIUH. The fire nt Hoskins Friday morning started in the saloon building of P. Kautz and that was destroyed BH WUH also the barber Hhop of John iCauliu , the furniture and tools of the latter being saved , however. About $00 in cash 'which Mr. K mil in thought was safely in his pocket , was burned. The bank building was saved only after hard work and John F. Crosby , the cashier , received some severe burns about the hands. 1 lowolls Journal : The people of How- ells have a practical way of Htnnding up for homo institutions. Ton years ago n mill was built at this point and from that day to this not a sack of out hide flour has been placed upon sale by any of our business men. This loyalty on the part of our people has boon ap preciated by the owners of the mill nud they have made it a point to place nothing but numbcr-ono flour on sale , which has always boon hold at a reason able price. Yesterday was a long ways from being - ing an ideal Enster day in spite of the premise of the weather clerk that womou could appear in their now spring finery , and that the weather would bo fair. Almost every variety of weather was ou tap except that which would bo desirable. The wind blow strong and coldly from the north during the day and was accompanied by almost all kinds of precipitation , including rain , snow and hail. The temperature hovered around the freezing point and altogether it was far from being a day that could bo called sprinp-liko. It is popularly supposed that if it rains on Easter Sunday it will rain during the seven Sundays succeeding that day. It is sincerely hoped that it does not fol low that all thevarities that prevailed yesterday will distinguish the seven Sundays following. The following item of interest to the people of Norfolk is taken from the Ottnmwa , Iowa , Daily Democrat , of March 25 : Owen Bros. , who have been engaged on the now work for the Q. at Af ton.havo completed their contract , and came in over that rood last night and unloaded today , having a contract with the Milwaukee on the new cut-oil' . They had cloven cars of machinery and four cars of horses and mules. When they weut through the city this morn ing they presented the appearance of a circus street parade. It is said that they engaged fifteen or twenty work men as they passed the city this morn ing , to work on the now work they will begin for the Milwaukee. Editor John H. Hnlff of the Norfolk Anzeiger suffered an accident Friday which will cause him the loss of the ends of a couple of fingers on the left hand and considerable pain and inconvenience in the bargain. Ho was employed in trimming some books on the paper cut ter and had raised the knife to remove the work when the knife dropped , cut ting off the first finger of his left hand at the first joint and removing the end of his second finger , slick and clean. Ho went into the drug store and applied some healing medicine while a surgeon was being summoned. Mr. Hnlff re tained his composure after the accident and ono of the things ho accomplished was to secure the severed ends of his fingers , which ho wrapped up in a piece of paper and then throw ; them into the street , thinking that they would be of no further use to him. When the sur geon arrived ho recovered the ends of the fingers and sowed them in place , hoping that they would grow back on , but holds out scant encouragement that such will be the result. The wounds will bo ex amined today when it may bo deter mined whether or not the fingers will grow back in place. The shock of the accident has resulted in confining Mr. Hnlff to his bed. His friends will unite in the hope that hie hand may bo com pletely restored. Now is the time to bring in repairs to Paul Nordwig's harness shop. TUESDAY TOPICS. Thn Wctlnowlay c.lnb will numl with MTH. UUHU tomorrow afternoon at 2 ; ! IO. A 12-pound boy WIIM welcomed to tlui home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Clark you- torday. K. J. Gashin was n city visitor over night , having come dawn from a trip np the Crolghton branch. Hnmboldt oitl/eim am felicitating thoniHoh'OH ever the fact that they are Hoon to hnvo a line now opera IIOUHO. The regular moot Ing of the Norfolk Commorciul club will bo hold at the city hall next Krltluy night of this wo l . MiKHSuo Tompnon , teacher of kinder garion at Omaha , Is in the city spending lior vacation IIH the guest of Mm. II. L. Snydor. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Doxlor are hero from Lowell , MiiHmiohuHottH , Mr. Dexter having como to look after his intercKlH in the cold H torn go htiHlnoBB. Mr. and Mrn. ( \ S. Hayes returned loot night from Lincoln when ) they spout faster with their win Clyde , who IH a student at the stnto university. John Frey thaler IIIIH the old Collamor building very handsomely decorated and IH today receiving and opening up his new stock of goodH and oxpocln to bo ready for biiHinoss within a few days. As the result of the roovnt mine in the price of chicory , the chicory factory at Schiiylor will reopen this season. Jt has boon closed down for the past two years owing to the law price for the product prevailing. Dr. and Mrs P. H. Halter , MHH ! Opal Mndson and Charles Madson left UIIM noon for Omaha where Minn Madson will submit to an operation which it IH hoped will o'l'oet a euro of the trouble she has been having with her wrist. Miss Martha A. .Simpson , of Decornh , Iowa , who has Ixjen the guest of her brother , J. E. Simpson , during the win ter , left today with Mrs. Mao H. Whcnton for South Omaha , where HIO will visit a short time and then proceed to her home in Iowa. D. J KoenigHtoin and Mrs J. O. Aid wont to Winhido yesterday to aHHiHt MrH. MuthowH , the grand worthy matron of that order , institute a chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star , the ladii'H1 ' auxiliary of the Masonic order. The ceremonies of iiitttitntion took place hint night. Mayor D. .1. KoenigHtoin wns not hero today to HCO how his campaign for re election was progressing. After assiHt- ing at the institution of a lodge of the O. E. S. at Winsido last evening ho went on through to Madison this morn ing to attend to business at the county capital. There is now not n single CIIFU of small pox quarantined in Norfolk. If , has now boon more than a year since the disease first made its appearance in the city and tills is perhaps the first time that it has been entirely eliminated. The people will hope that this is the last of the epidemic. Sanford Dodge and his company , who present "Tho Throe Musketeers" at the Auditorium tonight , arrived in the city today. Mr. Dodge is not unknown in Norfolk , having given entertainments hero ou several previous occasions. The seat sale has boon very fair and it is probable that ho will bo greeted by n good audience. The north Nebraska teachers will bo guests of Norfolk for several days this week and the advance guard is already beginning to arrive for the session , which begins tomorrow. Norfolk citi zens should endeavor to make their visit as agreeable as possible and firmly es tablish this city in their estimation ao the headquarters for educational gather ings for this part of the stato. Manager Sprecher of the Nebraska telephone service today received from Omaha headquarters announcement of a reduction of toll line service between this city and Madison. On and after today , April 1 , he is authorized to reduce the rate to 15 cents for a three minutes conversation , the rate heretofore having been 25 cents. After the first throe minutes the rate is five cents for each additional minute. Michael Caine , who has been a resi dent of Hnbbord , Dakota county , for 34 years , died last week at the ago of 72 years and was buried Sunday , the old residents of the county turning out in force in spite of the blustery weather , to pay their final respects. Mr. Caine came to Nebraska May 4 , 1808 , crossing on the first trip of the first steam ferry to be operated across the river from Sionx City. lie leaves money and property estimated to bo worth f 10,000 to $50,000. A special to the Bee from Battle Greek under date of the JJOth , says "Two young men of this place , Herbert Stavely and Will Losey , were rivnl claimants for the smiles of one of Battle Creek's fairest , and as the young woman refused to settle definitely the claims of priority they decided to do it themselves. They repaired to n convenient place and had pulled off two rounds when the city marshal appeared and put an end to the proceedings. The justice before whom they wore arraigned imposed a fine , which the young men paid , and are no nearer n settlement of the original dif ficulty than they were at the begin ning. " The city election which is taking place loduy IH proceeding very quietly and with little evident excitement , but. I ho prospects are favorable to a good vote being polled , which in ItHelflH an indi cation that nlnru IntorcHt ) H being tnkoti t lion IH apparent on the mirfnco. Tim intorcHl appears to bo centered nn the head of the ticket and In the vote for conncilmon in the vurioiiH wards. The campaign of the KoenlKflteln brntherH IH apparently good nut tired and quint but their frlcmlH appear to 1m at work and the outcome can at present only bo gni'HHod at. Jt IH generally conceded that the content will be closed and that the micewmfnl candidate Tor mayor will not have much of a majority. California HUH nnmeroim natural bridges , cnvco , tito. , or no llttlo intoroHl. The Mammoth - moth cave of CalaveniH , discovered by inlnerH in 1850 ; the AlalmHtor cave ; the CryHlal J'alnco cave , containing a number of attractive mtbtorrniiiiin apart- nionlH , mich IIH the Bridal ohnmbor , the OryHtuI I'alaoo room , and a curloim apartment culled the Mnslo hall , where the deposits of nqueoiiH origin not only take the form of organ pipoH , Hounding boardH , etc. , but also ( unit when struuk miiHioal HdiuiilH and vibrations. Near thlH cave are two natural bridges which the touriHt can visit and return to the railroad within half an hour. The only natural way to roach the ( HCOIIOH of interest IH via "Tho Overland Uoute , " compriHlng the Union and Southern Paclllc , now really ono lino. The ( inly line running through tralim to San FrnnslKco from Omaha. Three trains daily , the fast traliiH arriving 16 hours ahead of all compotltorH. Full information cheerfully furnlHliod upon application. J. B. EI.HII : < TIK : , Agent. Nt.itliern Wln ) nnlii Kulhvity Plum l.undi IKorHuln. The Chicago , Kt. Paul , MlnnwipollH AB Omiilm railway has for sale in North ern WiHooiiHin , nt low prices and cosy terniH of payment , about 1150,000 acreH of choice farm Inudri. Early buyers will secure the advan tage of locations on the many beautiful HtreaniH and InkeH , which abound with flHh and furnish n never ending and most excellent water supply , both for family use and for stock. Lund IH generally well timbered , the Hoil fertile and easy of cultivation and thiH is rapidly developing into one of thi ) greatest sheep and cattle raising regions in the northwest. Chicago , Milwaukee , St. Paul , Minn eapolis , Dulnth , Superior , AHhland and other towim on "Tho Northwestern Line" furnish good markets for stock and farm produce. For further particulars address : OHO. W. BKU , , Land Commissioner , Hudson Wis. , or G.H. MACRAH , Asst. Gen'lPass.AK't.St. Paul , Minn. Wanted. Wo would like to ask , through the columns of your paper , if there is any persons who has used Green's August Flower for the cure of indigestion , dys pepsia , and liver troubles that has not boon cured and wo also mean their results , such as sour stomach , fermenta tion of food , habitual costiveness , nerv ous dyspepsia , headaches , despondent feelings , sleeplessness in fact , any trouble connected with the stomach or liver ? This medicine has been sold for ninny yoara in all civilized countries , and wo wish to correspond with yon and send you ono of our books free of cost. If yon never tried August Flower , try ono bottle first. Wo have never known of its failing. If so , something : more serious is the matter with you. Ask your oldest druggist. < ! G. GKKKN , Woodbury , N. J. Asa. K. Leonard. When the Chirnney is choked with soot , the flro languishes and goes out. When the bronchial tubes are clogged with phlegm , the flame of life HickorH. Intelligent treatment with Alton's Lung Balsam brings up the phlegm , allays inflammation , stops the cough and pain in the chest and , in a word , overcomes these terrible colds which if neglected soon become consump tion. How To Gain Flesh Persons have been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL SION. It is strange , but it often happens. Somehow the ounce produces the pound ; it seems to start the digestive machinery going prop erly , so that the patient is able to digest and ' absorb his ordinary food , which 'he could not do be fore , and that is the way the gain is made. A certain amount of flesh fs necessary for health t if you have not got it you can get it by taking You will find it just as useful in summer is In winter , and if you are thriving upon tt don't stop because the weather is warm. joe. ami f i.oo , all JrugglsU. SCOTT 4 BOSVNE , Chcnmts , New York.