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Kvr.s'iNo nnu.RTtNnoNoi.ni.n, t ti fsAwnivv itt. i,' inm,
legislature of Hawaii should huto tlio
rlg'it lo de.elure that tho cmidtmna
lion iif land by Indlvldiills 01 nssocta
tloim or corporations lur Inlgallon
put pose i as a public use. In nut
thiit ,y .clear understanding uf the pro
Mr, .Mfin.i Willi tln genllcm 111't
explanation ami tlio pieu'd'jils of tin;
Wertum .Stales, It limy be.
..Ml, .Mon lull Well, with tint view
nli tbiii mailer, It li 111 ciu.Mi'ied In III
tliat tin! l.ingu-go of tho piovlsn h.ix
carried the Intent ot tlio framor. r,r
the, proviso, na I umU-rstml thel.
liUtut u lo tho leal liliiro of Hu
wMI tho power to ueilii-o nn tl j West
e u States hive il-cla l. Hut ci.'ij
In-; the wnier.i ue , tie Ij pin w.i
til by an ltnll..d,i 1, tor the IrriRitl n
ill by an ltnll..dii n tor thu hTiititl n
of prUate l.irdi' Is j puhl c 11 1. or 1
benellclal use fur the hi'iii'Iit of thu
(neral publ'e. and therefare a 11 1
tn which the 1 k'ii of con Ij.iiii il on
tnlsht p.opeily be extenilo I.
Mi. fl'iiilden Wruld tint ap;i y tu
orpornlliius as well as In InJhltlii il7
Mr Mondill. In I Ik- Irrlmtloa
Stales thu Icghlntiircs hive ,roll(l
for condemnation for Irr'Kition
ditches, and that rliiht can be exer
cised by an Individual, tin association,
or n corporation.
Mr. Uouhlcn. 1 should think It
would be ery nec2sfl.iry. Iiectum
many of the Irrltsatlon scheme 1 arc
Mr. Mcndell. Now, I want to ask acre tract; It may be of Incimne
the Kent Ionian from MlchlR.111 If that quenllal value that chu Rot It by lil
ts tho purpose, to en ible the IcRlnb- heiltance; It seems to 1110 hardly n
turo to pass laws u'lilhllilzlns ludl- Just mid eipiltalilo propnsltnu to Say
lduals, asroclatlons add ttariitnnltiitift that the husband shall uat avail him-
to condenin lands for the plupoi' of
Mr. Hamilton I mmilj think so
Tho leRlslaturo Itself nilRlit make the
Mr. Mondell. Under the RltlHttbii lu taking land under any of these pro
Hawaii It tniRht to be. and lu all th iIsIoiib where one or the oilier had
lirlKatlon reRlotis tint provUlotl Is tikeu advantage Of 0110 of the pto
made. xlslolis th'eretofore. Hut hero Is an
Mr. Hamilton. Conio to read tho 'Instance whero a husband or n wife
language. I do not know but that Is iulght buy land, or might obtain It by
so, that by Rcnetal act they cm pin- itevlse nr Inheritance- and that ills-
lde Tor tho'condemnatloii. qunllries the husband, for Instance,
Mr. Mondell. It docs titit say that from aklng any rights at all.
the Territory shall condemn bill shall Mr Hamilton. Ves; nnd tho rea-
mako leglBhthe provision tlttder son Is this, If my ucolloctloii Is cor-
which condciuiiation ptoceoiiliiRlt tnay reel, aruj 1 will try tn icfer to the
be had. hearings no as to refresh my rcct.''c-
Mr. Houston. Will iho gentleman
Mr. Hamilton. Certainly.
Mr. Houston. I want to say that
that Is tho exact obJ:ct and purposo
of the proviso, to accomplish what
the gentleman from Wyoming speak;
or, to urmldo for the condemnation
of the land for public uses, and that
it shall bo proUded for by the IcrIs-
lature.'and Intention ditches are mich
public works and uses as tlipy aw
warranted to provide for.
JMr. Hamilton. Tho gentleman from
Tennessee expresses, I huye no doiilit.
the opinion of the subcommittee.
Mr. Mondell. It seepia 1(1 nio tio
language of the proviso floos l))at ery
Mr. Houston., I think tmt wan tq
object and purpose of (.
Mr. Hamilton. Now, Mr. Chairman,
section f of tho bill proposes tpit
section 73 of the organic act Minl
be amended by uddlng thereto the fill-
No 5ioron shall hereafter bo
cntltleirto receivo any ccrtlflcato
of occupation. il-r''t of purchase
lease, cash freehold agreement, or
cimMnl tinniMutnntl nfrrenmpnt who
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or whoso husband or wife shall
previously have taken or held any
land under any such certificate,
leaso, or agreement hcrearter
made or Issued, 'or under any
homestead lease or patent based
Now, there are three general meth
oils by which homestcadB may ,bo ob-
tnlncd under the present Hawaiian
First. A homestead lease; thnt In,
n certificate of occupation is Rlteti at
tho time tho homestead Is usslgned
Second. There Is what Is called tho
right ot purchase lease. That Is said
to bo the most popular rprm or tnklng
inn: .lands by Iho whites, the Anglo-
Saxons) and the Latins. That is a
lease; of twenty-oue years, with tho
irlght, to jiurchaso the land nt any time
.durtiiR tho twenty-fino years, pftcr
cjjrtalij conditions have been perform.
ed.by tbq person who Is to reside on
itheiland a certain length or tlmo and
cultivate a certain area, and during
the tlmo pays a rental 01 s per cent
it tho ivaluo of tho land, and of courso
before- liB Rets a patent he mu pay
tho value of the land.
TWrd, There Is a cash freehold
agiepment which (lovernor I'rear
statos Is somewhat similar, except
payment Is made lu four Installment.
ho nrst quarter down and Iho last
quarter at the end or three years. I
should have said that there were 'four
methods. Tho fourth Is a homestead
agreement, and this Is the one whero
.1. ov,ll lm n enrlnln illuero.
,11. W.IVHH' ...... h ........ -.. .
V, this provision, so rar as I
road It, provides for what Is
known as repeating Certain abuse
havo grown up which a. o known un-
tier th6 general term of repenting, and
no we y uiui
No porson shall horeatter be en
titled to receivo any certificate
of occupation, right or purchabe
lease, cash freehold agreement, or
npecla) homestead agreement who
or, whoso lipsbaild or wife fchall
previously Int'e taken or held any
land under any such certificate,
leaEc, or ugieenittit hereafter
niado or Issued or under any
liomeMend lease or patent lined
theieti'i; or who nr whoso hitii'
hind or wife,, or huh Of them,
1I1.1II then own other liuj In tho
Territory, the rumlnni'i nte.i of
which nnd the land In tiucftlou
exceed. 80 acris.
Mr 'niiiiiml.o". Will tho grille
Mr. Crump.ie'ier. Wltn ref-rcnea to
this hmhiml mid wlfo proimltloii II
n tnri'd wnnitin on 80 litre, ttm
It by liiherilaiiw. (he IiiikIhii I Is not
piinlttnl tii nviill himself of an
fieehold urltllesea or 'his law. 1
tieeliold prhlh;;.'3 or 'his law. 1
Mr. iliiiulll'in. If they Imvh taken
It in, le! a lianiqill'iil. H t.aH
Whore Inibinl m- 'fe Mi 'It
prevail ly hile tike "td-iuy
lird il i'l r any miilIi ''!l2a n,
lo . o" 1 . 'niat b',"Mfnp
111S1I0 or lusue.l or tcidiir unv
It hi, "lead le.l.M' or ill ill bised
Mr Ciumpatker tint It Is the next
clause that 1 refer to
Or whoso husband or wife, nr
both of them shall then own oth
er land In the Territory, the com
bined arc 1 of which mil tho land
lu question exceells 80 ncres.
Now, siiiipoc the wife owns an SO-
pelf of these privilege. The hufband Rett lo the Kfiillemnti that n nun Is
does not on 11 the wife's land. Thlslsin citizen and his wlfo Is 11 eltlzcn.
her eilulii. 1 arsiune I cm under- Now. ou say that liecauro one clt-
stand why II mlRht ho necessary to
prohibit tin! husband or the wife fioin
tlon: Tho niea of public Innds In
Hawaii Is greatly limited. It Is not
possible to hae larRe holdings there,
Three acres down In tho wet land Is
sufficient to support a family: 20
ncrL.g n little higher up Is sufficient
( mpport a family; but when you
gc)t a little tarlher up tho mountain,
jprgpr areas nro necessary,
j has been found Impossible to fix
definitely an area permanently which
slmlj constitute a homestead, but tho
cjmmlsslon has tn take Into consider-
atn the produclhlty of the land and
its capacity for supporting a family,
Npw Inasmuch as theso land-aro lllrt-
ted 111 nren, It has been fcH neccs-
sary lo ltnt the number of acres that
may bo tuken by way of homestead
to Individuals so as' to distribute It
j and gUo It to as many of the pooror
people as possible,
Mr. Crumpackcr. Thnt Is all propor
enough, but thin provision has no ro
latlon to thnt policy at all. Tho
rclauso I have In mind simply pro-
hlblts a hjisband or wlfo from takln,;
j any land under the honiCHtend law
if elthtr one has got)cn land by In-
herltance or purchase. Suppose' 11
mill, lltllvilin i Jll.u w ,,. ,,w, ,l,"l ,111. ( Id 111,, lull, ,v .......... . .--
1 ancestors an 80-ncro tract ot tho poorTjiaw all are totally dlsslmlllar from
man Inherits a piece of land from his
! land, tor Instance; ho Is not permitted
to take advantage of the homestead
j law. It does not, mean land that
comes through nny homestead entry,
but It mennn nny kind of land. If tho
wile Inherits the laud, her husband
can not tako any land tinder the
Mr. Mondoll . Let mo suggest to
tho gcntlcmnn that undei" our home-
stead law no one can make a homo-
stead entry who Is the. proprietor or
mo ncreg nf hind.
Mr. Crumpackcr. ' Hut supposo n
man's wlfo owns land: our law does
not prohibit tho husband rrom taking
advantage ot tho homostead law, This
aw ,iocs prohibit he husband rrom
taking ndvnntnge ot the homestead
iw jr ),H wiro Inherits land or buys
Mr. Mondell. As I understand It,
U0 objection of tho gentleman from
Indiana is not to tho prohibition
ngalnBt a homesteader being In pos
session or land himself when he makes
),ia homestead entry, but tho prohl-
i,non ae.ilnat tho ownorMilp of land
by ny Wfa or vCe versa,
M Crmm,ackcr yc8j ,i,al tho
obJactol , mako.
. s r' I,o,l"',t0' ' Chairman,
'" Wl,nt '" "'k W
"'" V10, e"t,emf,n from dl-
a' Tlio dialr man of tho con.n. Itteq
1""f mentioned tho act o tho diner-
c"t ' ' homoiteaa lands that
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U0nS 60 ncres,
That Is tho amount
or pastoral lands which is considered
BiifllMpnt In Kitnimrt n fnmltv. Tilts
, , prnvdcs that In tho case of
','. ,r,,, aft nr n,
,,, or wher(J ,,, wlf ownB ,ti ,
homestead shall not ho open to them,
T,,0 ol)J(!ct of ,at , tllBl 0 accolmt
i of the limited area of the public do.
I main they want ns many homes as
possible for American citizens there
aud It Is "thought wise and best to
not let anyone apply rof a homestead,
and obtain It who owns SO ncros tho
maximum homestead, or whoso wire
own3 SO acrc3.
Mr. OrttnituieKer, Would the ge.ii
tleman think It n wise policy In thin
country to prevent a citizen from tak
ing advantaKu of the homestead laws
If hli wile idionlil Inherit MM acruj
of wastu Uarren land, land that U
pructlcaily worthier? That Is tlid
principle you nro applying hcrtf. '
Mr. Houston. Thin U contemplated
..... - . ....
to appiy to me nniiicsieni lanus.
That Ik, tjie ngrlciiltu.-il hinli and
that 'is the only put that U available.
as litiiiieMeid nr xlll bo uied in
hctneste.idn There will bn no appll-
.... t . .1 ... , , ...
ruion inr uie wiiiiu ur iinu rni n. 1
worlh 15 cents an ace. tho hulnml
can -ot take ndvantase of tin. li una.
. .nmlMf lu of tlio liw nt .1 1
Mr. Horn ton. I ti'te It tint Is-t eon'
tlitlmi whk't Is not pjs-lble lo arise.
Mr. Crunipicker. One c.1,1 not help
It h'll.ietlme.i He nuyli "
Mr. IIiuMm. It m"T ! If liVins.
Mr. Ilinrlfti. It in s .1 if liwns.
sllih to provide f r e.i 1 .ifj: u
I'nt iuij' a-lr.c, li.i' tli I'jiis In In
a i e p. jj'ti lat sh e a nnti
or 1 , wii" tiv.ua .in vk -)i .'iii
t..i a,e ml entitled tu Inmi-tttdj
1 Mr Ojndlu The crntiMn 11 f.-oni
Tenmsii-p slitea the "llinllnu Thu
1 iiiirrime find nbl'et of this provlaloli
lis lo distribute the ii'iuiesieius 111
Hawaii as lunch as posnllile. It (lu of the committee.
Intended to secure the homosfentlB Mr. Hnmiltnn, That provision wat
lor those w lur desire the homesteads gone over very carefully by tho sub
out ol the limited nmoiint or Ian 1 that ( committee
will be available for that purpano. If 1 Mr. Mondell. lint let me call tho
thf're Is one tiling lh.it Is 1slrabln I
ubiiie niialhev. In my Jii'ljnient. in
Hawaii. II Is that the American clt.
lieiHn that Territory should have nil
opportunity to acquire a home. Tho
Hnwallnns themselves nie greatly In
tereittd In that question.
Mr. Crutnpackcr. lint let me sur
lien has SO acres ol land another clt-
Izen shall not hno nuy
.Mr. Candler. No; not nt all.
Mr Crump.icker. That Is the cr
ied of It
Mr. Candler, "it Is not Intejadcd that
because one citizen has a homestcnil
another Bhall not ncqulro a homestenl.
but It Is Intended that tho other clt'
Izcu who has no homesteal shall hne
an opportunity to get a .homestead,
and that Is tho purposo and object of
.Mr. Crumpacker. If tho wife owns.
a piece of land, liar husband who Is
a citizen, can not get any homestead
Mr. Candler. It Is because of tlio
conditions that exist, and, as snsRest-
ed by the gentleman from Tennessee
(Mr. Houston), this provision is in
tended to bring abaut a condition
which will enable tho American citi
zens In Hawallaml tho Hawallans
themselves aro American citizens to
acqulro n homestead. It Is not to pre
unt anybody from getting n home
stead, but to enable, those who tlcslro
homesteads to secure them and It Is
intended to pi event any perRon who
has already obtained a homestead,
no matter from what source, from ac
quiring two homesteads. In order that
overybody may obtain one home
stead. Mr. Crumpacker. In my State tho
wlfo'H land is not tho husband's home
stead. Tho wife owns her latm unit
receives tho Income from It free from
the control of her husband.
Mr. Candler. That may be truo, but
noiorthcless It Is also tmo that, al
though tho wlfo may own tho land,
still It Is the homestead which I oc
cupied by the ramlly.
Mr. Hamilton. The conditions 111
those In Indlann. The purpofo hero Isj
to mako the family n unit, and tho,
purpose Is to glto to n family sumci
ent land to support tho ramlly. Now
as bearing upon that, Rayrmor Krear
A person Ih. not permitted to
fake up one homestead "for an
other, ns ho can now. There U ,
too little public land less than
1,700,000 acres and perhaps not
more tlian 15 per cent of that Is
ciiltivotnble. Each person shall
bo given only one opportunity out
of tho public-lands: It h wants
inoro land, ho can buy It or a
private owner. Ho should not
Bpoculato In tho public lands.
That really covers the Biibjcct. The
aren Is limited. .
Mr, Mann. Can n man tako two
homesteads now out there?
Mr, Hnmllton. He can now.
Mr. Mann. Under what law Is
i li 11 .
That )s under tneir
Will the gentleman
The coiumlttco Very
properly has attompted to conllno an
cntrymlin to ono liotneBtcad. The
commltteo very properly has attempt
ed to'provcnt the taking ot u second
homestead, but 1 would like to call
the gentleman's attention to the laet
that tho provision while It prevents
one who In tho future Initiates tho
first cntty from then securing another
entry, does not prevent ono who has
secured an entry In Iho past from
making an additional entry In tlio
future, , !
Mr. Hamilton. Oh, I think tho gen
tleman Is wronR. I tlilnk If ho will
read further he will find that that Is
Mr, Mondell, 1 call the Roiitlemau'B
attention to tlia language.
No person shnll hoioift'r ho
entitled to rerelvo nny certificate ,
of occupation,. rjKl't of purchaso
leise, cash frcehold"agrtcni6tit, or
Bpcclal homestead ngi cement
wjio or whole- husband or wlro
shall previously have taken or
htld any land under any such
certlflote lease, or ng-eoment
hereafter mndoVir isWed, or un
dcr any homS-Ulnd lease or pat-
ent hired thereon.
Km it 11 '... ,i,m n,.,..i.,.nr .1.
a,...,, ,, ,, ,. lc, ,,lr ,111,1131,1 Ul 111U
committee, that no person who has
recalled Hi? bViicnts or any of these
la'ws,t:hoiild asiln itcelvc tho bcnellti
olf tlii laws, then Die coimnltttv
shou'd hiv,' stonped aftor the word
..?. . . . .
)vne, in line Hi, and liitjo said
vlilon u po.hou win, ha, Lre.oJora
t.ll.en :i l.nin..mi.l nur ink,. n.,.l,
No one shall take two h0nilcals In
tlio nifma flio llrM nr which I Inltl-
nM Irreifte-. Ij.it one win Ins. nl-
ie?dy hid the benentn of the home-
Ktrnd hvs cmi nmln t ike ndvi'itiRi
nftthn hniMeieal lava
nftthn, liifp 'ea I lava
ir H i'"ll.oa Will Ifco K'litlc
RiiMer.t what ameniliiiCnt he would
.mi. ,Miimi(ii 1 nm nat Pirncien'ly
familiar with the terms nsel In the
land laws nut theio tn nnblo fun at
thu Hm,. tn Jiay Just wlmf the bn-
Rii-ien should ho to carrv out what I
iiiiiieiptnntl to have been the object
nttentlnn of the Rcntlcniati nitilii'tV
No person shall hereafter bo
entitled to receive any certificate
And so forth
whose husband or wife shall prev
iously 1 hat 0 Jaketi or hold nny
land under uny such certificate,
lease ,, nr agreement horeatter
made or Issued '
Mr. Hnmlllon. Well, I was wonder
ing whether that has nn, reference
to tho Portuguese settlement In tho
margin or tho l'uiich Howl, Does tho
gentleman ircm Iowa (Mr. Onod) re
call whether this Is In rorerence to
that particular settlement?
Mr. Good That provision !s on paRo
7 of the' bill.
Mr. Hamilton. Then It may bo that
the suggestion of the gentleman from
Wyoming might tery well bo Incur-
Mr. Mondell. Well, I do Tint protend! understanding that I already had iif
now. offhand, to formulate the amend-Jcr reading It, ajiil from what the gen-
ment that ought to be made, because
I am not sufllclcntlyr.anilllar with tho
technical words used In tho Hawaiian
land lawsbut clearly the protlslon. as
It stands, while it would prevent n
person In the ruturo acquiring ,twn
homesteads both or which wero Initi
ated In the future, theie Is 110 ques
tion hut what under thin provision
nujoiiB who has heretofore acquired or
is now In possession of a homestead
could hereafter take another.
Mr. Hamilton, Suppose you Incor
porate the words "heretofore or" be
Mr Mann. Tho gentleman will hnvo
time to prepare his amendment be
fore It Is reached In thu rending ot
Mr Hamilton. I suggest that would
probably accompllrh what tho geutle
man from Wyoming wishes to nc-
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Mr. Mouilcll. I nssumo It In thu In
dention of tho conimltto9 that nnjonu
who had secured the benefits of tho
land lawn In thu, pqBfnnd secured land
under those land laws should not ha
allowed In tako another; humottcl In
tho futuro r' that anyonu In the fu
litre will have the benefit of those laws
hut, once. That was thu. Iulu.1t.jn of
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Mr. Hamilton. -Yof; as'I tinderstan 1
" i' , I
Ml" M"p !"'' ' Olearly (hero must ho
nn nmenilinont to accomplish, lmf.
Hfu If,.... lit..,. I . Inl.l .. II... 1llr.l
h iibihiiiuiu j.i lu " l,'
'' " lh-r proh hlte-f f.on tilt
HlB land li-yoml 83 ncres other Uian
that they nro not prohlbUed fiom tak
Ing tfidcr this pnvWon nw even
hrifch they had Inkou heretofore un-
''r "1G. n,tl '' .
Mr. Moiulefl. If the lu'et-l hn1",!
ll'wi I"1 I'-ohllit two h)nl nil J
, i - .
tun nrrt rr which -iij'! na in r ueu 11
th fittu-e, but lo allow two In.ii'-'j
Flen-'a If (.li? of theri Ins lnn lulM-j
""-i-u m "v iiii '.," .'ii .. --
l'i"Hy c fitly provided by the hn-l
Kil?K of tho section. a J
Mr. Kalanlannclr He s not nlnp
ped from aKaln applylnK for n horn--
s'enn iinuer mis iirutwiwi huh-sii .,u
nun. ninrn lnn,1 Hunt ftfl ncrCM
I 11 1,.-... t, .... ,n Oil
iiir, IlllllllltUII. lit! III.. KVi "1, li' oj
acres, but not beyond that,
Mr. Knlanlanaolc. Ho can apply
Mr. Hamilton. Thus, under your
Piescnt laws, w hooter nppfles or it
homestead now or less than 80 acres,
jour Idea is that It Is Intenled tn glto
thoso porconfT nn oppoitunlty to jfp"
ply? ' , ,
Mr. Knlanlanaolo. Cllto to all per
sons thoso who hate, taken nnd those
who have not .taken? ' '
Mr. Hnmlllon. Up to 80 acres.
Mr. Kalanlatraole. Not oxactly 80
acres,' but Hint Is 'the limit. They
might cut It up Into 4 or r, ncro lots.
Once they glto It to Iho homesteaders
they are estopped In tho future.
Mr, Mann. They claim there Is 116
Intention of cutting out anybody front
getting a homestrnd unless they? have
got a homestead now giving them In
'tho nature of nn ex post racto law, I
Mr. Mondell. The understanding or
tho Intent of the section had by tho
fctitlnmnn from Hawaii Is exactly the
1 " - 1
r1.n ..... Hflnliltyn until I limt 11T1
, lUlllilll fcl.ui, ,, 1.11 'h.. ol".., - ...........
ilerstood that tho committee nnu jnau
n tllffcreut Intent and thought Ip
mind. Now.-thls Is exactly what Hits
Mr. Hamilton. The gentlemen who
constituted tho subcommittee Btatod
tho Intent as I understood It.
(Tn be ContinnerD
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IntVxctablo ncrvoua tlyspcj sUnmllacIt of staying powrn.aranresultof ihrtlnR
,rHli opiates or nareot.cs tc It. ep children quit tin lliotr Infancy. T'lnrultinnioiiif
pliysnuans N tlmtcluU.ren lioiiil never receivo opiates lu tho smallest tSoica far,
.noro tliui ailay ala, time, nnd only then If unavoidable,
Thu administration or Anodynes, Drt ps, C.iidi-ls, 800II1I111; Syruiis nni oilier
mi outs to cniiiiren uy any out, np!iysi(.ianciiinot bo too strotiKly decried, mul
ti (IrugcUtnlioulil not Imuparty to It, Clitldrtu vhonrv 111 iienl tlin atlelition
f a physician, ami It is nothing lebslliatiatrlmetodoso tlitm willfully will, liar-
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Tno S sj6eJW- ' Bitrt-mitcct Rcmitnu
slsnnturo of fary. -CUCSuM Cuslorlu
PhVSiclanS ROCOtnmcnd Castorln.
Tour pniiiifttlon known m LVtarlalliaon,nl
fur tfurt tn chtlilnj't coDlptalntt aud I hive fouud
cofjlut Utt:r." Juun J. hrn, M. D.,
v jTor terert jtm I rfccmracailed yoor 'C'Mtorla'
slid riiall alwtyi continue to do to, m It bftt lnvft.
tUblj iirodcceil IcncQclal result."
Kuwix F. I'liur e, it. 1)., New York City.
'Toar Cutorlals a meritorious honirbold
rruiMl, It U purely TrfretAbla andacu aa a mild
caibartlc. Above all. It doea no haroi, nhteh la
ruoiothanpinbiaaldof tho gnat niAjorlty of cbtl
d ten's rcnu-dlefl."
Victos U. Oorruin, U. D., Omaha, Neb,
Children Cry for, Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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I There were more beers like I ,
I ALL beer woild be popular- 1
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i ' The Beer That's Bre'wed ,
I To Suit The People I
Peace Reigns in the Homev
Pali ka Hana
307 Fort Street .
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!? frtlo' and BrowlhcJ
permanent, cvuwiW 111,0.1:1,1.. nicma.
"I bsvs nicscrtbed jour Cantoris la mabr ca
ond bare alt.ja found It an rfllclint and speedy
limed." A. F. l'ciicn, N. V., 8t- Iju!i, Mo.
" I hate nxxl jonr Catlorla In my oirn tinnielinM
m lUi fiood ks ills, and hivo at. lei-d ssreral pallrnis
to Ufe It for Its mllil, laxathrs eilcct and freedom -from
batm." Knwuiu l'mmm, M. 1) ,
' Proukl) n, N. Y.
11 Yonr Cattorls holds tlm e plrem of tbo tiedlcai
profession In a manner bold bjr nu otl rr pioit!itar
prrpsraltuii. It Is a sure and reliable naillclne for
Infanls and cbl'dnu. In fait It Is tlio oulriml
housihold remedy for Infantile ailments."
J, A. FiRKis, M. D., Kaoias Ctly, Mo.
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