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fj The largest.
Qf stove plant in; the wortV X i-
J j? A the most competent stovfedv ti
J designers and makers the best
iLWTi ' stove materials obtainable this
tells why Jewel Stoves and RangesX
I "X--have the lead whereven 1
j nOfWJOn comfort, economy, con- I
I C il A VI i C I venicnce and deanli- j I
r?fVjJrN ness are considered - .1
uillvliS of paramount' im-
VlSif? portarice. ' "LooTc yJ?'
J elu3 I for the trade mark f
Vf - Vi shown here-
with. - &
A Lare Propoition
of tue merchant tailoring busi
ness of Rock Island comes oar
way, not without reason, for we
furnish tmt only the largest and
litibl stork of materials for suits,
tronsers and overcoats, but be
cause we have a practical mo
nopoly in the art oi cutting and
fitting'. If you nee a stylish suit
you may be certain HOPI'E
Uirn I'our llKX ni Vsvt it TnMrei.
insurance and Loan
lio-jiu 4. Mswhell & Lycde b'nf.
PUEITY AXD EXCELLENCE
13 THE MOTTO AT
I m porter ud wholesale idDtr.
Tearc of ezpennc sad Uie
best of faoUitlas.
'c' 1616-1513 XbJxd Ava rrenn
To buy Hardware,
Mixed iioate and
llc-or. FaiuU,. Jub-.
ber , , Uoac, . Lawn
Mowers or anything
in the Hardware
line in general Is of
isiu aairj Arena-
AGENT FOR EAGLE BICYCLES
ut eoid byc
li Example of Ianpare Air.
A large jar cr stone pot smaller at the
top than the bottom, or covered so as to
leave only a email opt-niuf:, may liavCa '
rubber tube dropped into it, through
which the experimenter may expel bis
breath for totue seconds. After continn-.
ing this for a short time, alighted taper r
may be carcfcllj lowered into the jar.
The flume will begin to waver and die j
down, and will shortly expire, finding t
not snfilcient vitality in the air to sup-,
..-. mm.. ii . '
jjui i u. i in y cue ct:iujircs tue size ui i
tha stone pot with that (if tLc ordinary
room, and rou;-j that exhaled I'D alb
is' ius jCu-ioiit to scpficrt the fianic nf a
car.rU( it is not liiiHeult to understand
why cbildmi" and delicate j-ople pine
away and die on a-rount of impure at
motplifere. New York Ledger.
The Jailer Little Joke.
Judge tinry has a dry wit with him
that is occasionally the cause of his
grim courtroom being pervaded by a i
very audible tittriiiig. The other day
one of the attorneys was Hiring his in
diguatioii. He l.ad been robbed yes,
sir, robbed. It vas sijim ful tic way
things weut rig lit uutier tLc tycs of the
- Finally Jndge Gary noticed tbo fatu
iug ud fretting one.
"What's tlm niatr now?" ho-asked.
"Matter? It's a t-oufonih-d outraire.
Had my overcoat stol-.i right from this :
Tim inline miiimmi a litt.-
"Overcoat, i h'r" he said "Pah,
that's iK'tliinv. Vljolc:iiitsai-c lost here !
every nay. l-nt u kl.i. - . .
rw York l-iuikn-.-iHi.
KW VlfUk. S ,t
Kon-T OI mil
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prmi-.-u'.T:aiitU,- jkii. t
una ftxUfM-.- tiri.i.
sv una nm !ai w t l'
lasitsj'i for s'rty ,i
s.i i-4 tl.-i.ri-i I an 1
jy.; !! raits. 4k3
-eitmr crtincatai. asir'vti j; ua su.r Utr
United . Stiiti fovem.um; iuiil firm;
rogiat aj.1 lirjjr do. cooimi. 11716. '
rcgistessa, oapou. lit. 4. I'i ;;:-
laiail, (07!4:'Ho. conpoa. itut;.:'. r.-.,t ji ej.
Wt; PaclOe of V7.
Chiaega Urola and rra lnji.
' crisauo. S-pt. 3n.
Follow were tbe qwiuion on
board of Tra ia todar: b. ptui Vr. on -n 1
Bil'ie, close 1 Ii71c; lKuiox.-r, Du.-ntl til I
closed CHV4: Ma jr. uoL-ai t-U.!.l (
ltc vm--ise1rtemuer. noiumI. cicp i
Ihxteiaber. iinet i-.oiet
M.iy. opeued 3H'v, clonl i-4. Oat -op-timber,
nominal, clots t ':. ucuiir.
oitccei JP'j eioiej i7.!B:: Ma. vnMavl 111)-.
closed 1Vb:. P-k Sdnumlitr. o:-o. el
closed t.'jU: Ucto'nr. ouju., $J ISA. no-l
fCUf'e. Liird Septerniier. o.ie-.iel $.TiH.
io.-.l axe 1; Octour, openi f l.s
Produce Bnttor: F.xira cre.iiu T,-. lie n-r I
id; extra '.a.ry. i , ireta k. 1 :i ; aocc
!7c. Ksstt rt!i st;. 14 e-iUj ;r iio.'
Poa try lurkiri. SlM per id ; ctucksai, I
hn.aTc;irtjieiicjai i7c; ro(Htri.
f!c: t.noM. 8c: ii 9LM t.tl. Potatoes
Ear y Ohio, l.Jj uer bx; Ucbroi. 9 I
Sic Uoner Wbita clover; 13 i-Mj (b.; arokea
comb, ilOc: exiractdt. ijic. Ao.uea rUi
stock. iacjel-e (er bbi.; greea auc. eOe
Cbioage Lire Stoek
CiriiA Kant an
Lira Stork Prices at tha Union store !
yards today imaged as follow-. Hog 1
ll mate 1 racespts ror sua aay. wtoi; sales
Uhw pn. ..ni.w IWU.
S2.iij iwagli paekia UauJ.W mixed
and l-miSM beary nataiBg aad saipplag
Cattle aatunater receipts for the day.
16.311: quotations ranged at S4.KKi.0S caoice
to extra ahipnlng steers, t l.ti'it.W good to
choice da.. f4.rc4.a) fair to rood. $3.1534.80
oommoa to- laadiaavdo., $lnai.a3 balebar
rikem. 'S3.Sua&a etockers. S3. 103. 79 feeaere,
Jl.liri3.el eesre, n.40QAW beifen. fLtsOam
bulls, snaa and stagi. f&sVetXIW Texas staara
s.:mSMv wettera ranrers. sal g3.OB3ja.al real
Ulioen and Lambs Estimated receipts for taa
day. 12.UAK auiea rannd at $l. iOS . western
Ji.7.',(i.si Texaas, SlAUt3.iM natives, aaJ
tc'jC-.lj last be. ,
Tha Local Maswta
Oats isaite. ' '
Btr-TiBMthy. WJ7; wild. IBOI.
to cartes, lie; flash
T Traia,t-S. - - -
rpring caieheas (SJ0 a tail a.
rt )e Be'caen pey for eora lad stalls SKoS
c; eoaa aad heUara,. rHaatHc; calvas, ec
sprint Laaab-tS.naM s Bead.
Whea Baby was atek, wm gave her Caatoria,
When she was a Child, aha cried for
When she became Xka, aba dnag lo
Children Cry for
Wect Indian Cyclone Leaves
' ' Watre of Devastation. ' "
nilOBTFUL HAVOC II FLOBIDA.
jJl-'! - :-r ,VI '.
Dsath Roll ia the State Now Estimated
1 ' at Fifty and Will Be
fclevea Killed at Saraaaah, Ge, aad Of,.
I M" an mantj Wlawst IM eg Ka-
rreaasTleae awl the
lreerty 1 Heavy Haasaaat Capital ae
Vfcexalty eas Um Fwm of that Pale
. Meavy Ittew eo Um lakes Bars;. V
date O MUnakM aad Fear Mas Are
Memphis. Oct. 1. The Commercial
Appeal has the following special this
, Juikson 111. Fix. Oct. 1. It la a con
servauve estimate to Bay that fifty
people have lust their Uvea from Tims.
d a bun-lean, and the number nay
run much higher. Newa from that por
tion of the mate where the atom first
truc k ia very alow in coming", for the
Ires are down- and the railroads are
impassable. Wrecking parties which
went out yesterday morning hay not
return,!, anil It will h t.n..M
! Cure the full extent of the damage ia
- known. The hurricane struck Florida
: at Cedar Keys, and reports show that
It passed in its path of destruction over
twenty towns and villages, and that
, between thirty and forty people nave
' certainly been killed. Cedar Keys ia
; about 100 miles southwest of Jackson
j vilJe. The hurricane which had been
churning the water of tr gulf first
ruck this place,
1. .. t.l - ..
village of 1.DO0 In
Cedar Key Fetlrely Swept Away.
The only rt-ftort which has come eon
corning Ciilar K-ys is that the town
bun been swit away and many lives
lutve litnn hml. This rt-purt cornea from
JainesUle, which is fifty miles away.
Nobody has been able to get anything
direct from CVdar Keys. Moving
iMU tht awterly, the storm struck Willis-
lown, wnere eleven houses were
blown down, one person was killed and
several so badly hurt that it Is expect'
eel that they will die. Near here is
large turpentine farm where state con
vtcts are employed. Twenty of these
were huddled together in a cabin. A
heavy tree was blown across the cabin
and six of the convicts were crushed to
death. In Alachua county the storm
did frightful work. In Gainesville the
MethodtBt church and about twenty
i-eaiuences ana business houses were
! destroyed, and while a unmber of peo-
"e ere llurt no fatalities are reported.
. A Meaea Mara Heaths Be ported.
Al A-a-rosse Ittteen buildings wera
destroyed, and Itev.- W. A. Barr, lira,
b. F. Mi-Intoeh and her baby are re
Iorted killed. Near there four laborers
who were In a cabin at a turpentine
farm were crushed by falling trees.
Newberry in West Alachua is totally
wrecked. C J. Eaxtlin, Mrs. Nancy
Mosa. Frank Olmstead and David
Joues were killed. At High Springs.
Melissa Harden. Jane Morris and Sallle
Nobles, colored women, are reported
to have been killed. At this place
number of people took refuge in
Imix car which was In the path of the
cyclone. It was blown along the track
and then off It a distance of fifty feet,
and every person in it was badly
injured. Steve . Mason and George
Johnson have rince died. At Gracy.
small place, twelve houses were rased,
a woman was killed, but a babe at her
breast was unhurt, although It had
been carried some distance by the
force of the wind.
OUter Details ef the Horror.
At Lake Butler. Welborn. Art Lake
City and other points twenty other
persona were killed and many wounded.
while four or five, towns have been
entirely blown away. Many of the
dead are women and children. The
money loss In this state ia estimated
at CftOO.OOO. bat this may be excessive.
m as ia9AB,
. . n . ..
e.ieea aaa at l-rop.
rty Owe Millloa Dollars.
Savannah. Ga., Oct.- 1. The hurri
cane which swept over Savannah Tues
day cost nearly a dosen lives and en
tailed a financial loss of nearly $1,000.
000. Each report received is worse than
at first. It was thought that only one
death would be the result of the hurri'
cane, but the number has increased un
til there are eleven persons reported
dnd Tha folio. Ina- la a llut ..f ih.
j . , - .,, . ,1 . .
V . J . .
r- " 1 xarner.
and the follow In.allcoloretl Mary War
ing. Eliza Betty. Fannie Mi Fall, Rul
Williams. Julie.. Jackson, . two deck
hands' of the Robert Turner, an un
known man and an infant.
A great many persons were Injured
The most seriously hurt are: Fannie
Jackson, back broken: W. F. Thomp
son, back broken: Ab rarnham, leg
broken; James Smith, seriously hurt
struck by faling timbers: S. Roddy
Pritchard, hurt by falling bricks: Ben
West, colored, struck by falling barn
Joseph Hamilton, colored, struck by
falling barn; John Wilson, bit by fall
ing chimney; John Sbeehan. struck by
Many prominent buildings and hun
dreds of residences are "badly wrecked,
and the most beautiful trees In tha city
are down. The loss to shipping will
amount to over $100,000. The most serf
ous casualties were the capsizing
mid-stream In the Savannah river of
the Norwegian bark Rosenius; the
grounding u' the Morgan boat Ca.b
drifting of the Norwegian bark R.
Metcalf. and the total loss of the tug
Robert Turner. The steamer Governor
Bafford. of the Beach A Miller line.. Is
aground In Copper river, and small
craft has suffered much, anaay naptha
launches and small sailing vessels hav
Ing gone out to sea. The Tybee rail-1
road is badly damaged, many bridges
being oat of plumb. Tybee. Thunder-
dsidk out Ul isuiuu. ajrwevr. J 11 unucr-
bolt, atontaromerv and Isle of Hone, an
promlnent resorts near this city, were
hurt by tbe blow. j
Tbe wind began to rise at U:
and at 12 o'clock was blowing at fortyV
eight miles an hour. At 12:U a veloci-1
TgUItBpAY. OfjTQBEB 1. 1CK3.
ty' oi slrty-srtx milesTiad een reached
aad thai air. was bteraUly. filled wmj
flying debris. At that time the Instru
ment at the observer's office was tUvn
out ot working order. A few minutes
afterward the wind had reached a
velocity of eighty miles an hour or
evar.- At nooa tha . barometer baa
dropped to 2S:ze and at lz: U was
28:9a. After that further reports from
It could not be secured. .The storm
was over in two hours, and the,, sun
shining brightly. .
Kirnr ox the wises or the calk.
awmaaary of tha Tempest If avec flayed la
the Keystoee Male.
Lancaster. Pa-.Oct. 1. Late last even
ing telegraphic and telephonic com
munication bad been established with
the eurrounding counties and the later
reports confirm the earlier advices of
the wide extent of yesterday morn
ing's cyclonic storm. Every section of
the country has been heard from, and
the story Is that ruin rode In the wake
of the gale. While an estimate of the
total loan ia necessarily speculative
there dues not seem any ilnuU that
it will easily reach tl.vvO.vw. aiul many
largely exceed that amouut. In tnis
city the individual twases are. as a
rule, comparatively small; but there
are hundreds of them. whK-h wrtl make
the aggregate great. -
The storm outside the city w as scarce.
ly less severe and f course the de
struction of the Pennsylvania railroad
bridge across the Susquehanna at Co
lumbia overshadowed all else In re
lative Importance. The bridge, which
comprised twenty-seven spans, and
nearly S1.0M.0U0. was completely
demolished. It was Insured for S300.
.000 and everything was carried away
except the atone piers, the single Iron
span and one of the shore spans, it
is settled that there was no loss of
life, as search of the bridge has failed
to reveal the bodies of two men whom
It was feared were on the bridge when
It waa swept away by the hurricane.
Five miles above Reading the cast
house of the Temple furnace at Tem
ple station was blown down by the
w ind and nearly a dosen workmen were
buried la the ruins. The men Were
pinned down by the h,.uvy tiir.lH-r.
nd It was some time before they
could be reached. Two men were killed
Kdward Kitmiiller and Samuel Trout
and five severely injured. At Na
talie the storm shook down a stove
In a tenement, set the house on fire
and burned six tenements. With these
houses were burned six sleeping chil
dren whom It was Impossible to reach
In time to get them out. 1
NEAR THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
Vac a Damage Baas ta Sabarbaa Property
la That Neighborhood. I
Washington, Oct. . 1. Reports from
tbe suburban towns about Washington
show that great damage waa done
throughout, the surrounding country by
Tuesday's storm. At the Roman Cath
olic university. Just outside the city.
the domitory in process of construction
was demolished. At ii rook land, a few
miles out, the town ball was partly de
sroyed and many other buildings were
unroofed and otherwise damaged. On
the outskirts ot the city few locallies
escaped. The train shed at Alexandria
was blown down and the debris is
across the tracks. In this city the pa
pal legation was unroofed and the Chi
nese legation was damaged about II.
500. Communication by telegraph and
telephone .with the outside workl is ab
The White House was slightly In
jured by the storm, a portion of the
copper roofing being stripped off and
other damage done. The tall flagstaff
from which tbe signal Is given to the
city that the president in in town dis
appeared completely. In the beautiful
grounds surrounding the houses twenty-five
of the splendid trees elms,
sycamores, walnuts, and magnolias
some of great age and of historical as
sociations, were completely leveled.
while fully fifty of the surviving trees
suffered the loss of their tops and prin
cipal Branches and are permanently
The storm was the most generally
destructive known In this vicinity for
years. It played havoc with property
at Alexandria. Va.. killing four per
sons; blew down and otherwise dam
aged a number of buildings at Rock
ville. Md.. awept over Klchmond. Va..
doing an imrmnse amount of
damage, and its force was felt In
of damage, and Its force was felt In
every town In Its course, leaving be
hind It more or less ruins of build
ings and crops. It waa reported by the
signal service on the 2tb Inst, as
a tropical cyclone moving northwest
from the Carrlbeaa sea and the report
has been verified In every particular.
TrXABIES Kg LP THE KATOC
Twa ferae as Leee Their Uvea aad Others
Are Badly Hart.
Shamokln. Pa, Oct. L The damage
caused by the cyclone that passed over
this section Tuesday night Is greater
than early reports Indicated. It Is now
thought the total loss wUl reach S0.-
". The raterson breaker Is almost
a total wreck, but tbe debris was saved
rrom the names by the downpour of
rain mat followed the wind. Superln
tenaent lucent places the damage
to tbe colliery at SM.S00. Fourteen of
the dwelling houses and twenty board
snanties occupied by the mine work
era were also blown down and five
of the former were consumed by flames.
iwo or me lenatua were killed, sev
crai wjurai ana eleven cattle were
crushed to death beneath the dis
mantled barn. The killed and inlured
are: James Han Ion, crushed by de
bris of bis house, died in a few hours:
Minnie Kline, fractured her skull
Jumping from a window to es
cape fire, died Jrora ber injuries; Mrs.
Brobtnaki. .leg fractured; Mrs. Splelka.
head badly crushed; Mrs. Crawford,
arm fractured: James Kopola and wife,
severe contusions ot body; Infant of
John Dummkie. badly cut by being
thrown through a window: Charles
I Klltchle. leg broken. ....
man's own good breeding is the
beet security against other people's ill
nsanners. It carriee aJiSsar with it
dignity that is rewnrcted tar
, - .
petulant. Ll Dr-secinc invites and au-
tborixed the familiarity of the most tiro-
id. . Io man ever said a pert thing to
the Doke ot JiUrlburuugu. Xo man ever
said n civil one to Sir Robert Walnut,
rit&r4K& run uaui
Mine Operators at Leadviile For
tifying Their Property.
IBEX BUILTIHG A BIO STOCKADE.
of the Barriers fra
Property tbe KexV Thlag
Tapimmne eg the t'atoo so taa
K amber af see) Said Ta He la Revolt ',
A gal aot Ite Rale Mrs-trie Lights to La-,
Leadviile. Colo, Oct. 1. No action
of a conciliatory nature was expected'
from the meeting of the Miners' union'
held last evening, and the mine op-.
erators are preparing for the worst.!
Fenc-s are being built around an tho'
principal mines prepcratory to rrsum-i
big work with non-union miners. The .
stockade to enchase the I lien group
of gold mines. Including the Untie
Johnny, tha construction t,f ub-h '
begun by a large lore of aurLtuea
yesterday morning, win be a mile In
circumference and bullet proof in ev
ery part. Oue hundred thousand feet
of lumber wUl be- ueed In Its construe- J
tion. All the f ami lie of union miners '
living In buildings erected on the Ibex '
eomimny's ground will be evicted, the'
company paying house owners what'1
ever their buildings are worth.
IMamtiiliillia Within Use I aleak
The Ibex company is receiving ap
plications for work and claims to
be able to secure all the men needed '
in camp. The men employed In this
company's mine did not strike, as they
were receiving SI a day. the union
sonic; but when the strike waa '
Inaugurated at mines where tbe
rale was $2.60. the Ibex company die.
charged all Ha employes. Now do ua
Ion man will be employed In Its mines, t
It Is said that over 300 members of ;
the union have signed a paper dectar- j
ing that the policy f the union la,
detrimental to their Interests, and that
they will be governed by It no longer. '
To put a stop to guerilla warfare ua '
the hills at night It ia proposed to putc
two liash light at tminU ho that the
! 1 ml ire country around can be swent
and the guerillas located. I
Armed Mea Ask the Way ta tadvlll. I
General Brooks has lieen notified
that quite a body of armed men who!
had apparently left an Incoming train
at Arkansas Junction, passed the gov-1
ernment fiah hatchery six miles west of -the
city Monday, and there Inquired i
the way to Leadviile. They refused to '
answer questions and left hurriedly.
On Tuseday another armed body ap-J
peared at the hatchery and asked the
same question. General Brooks will
place the militia In such a way as to!
intercept any similar parties.
An unknown man ran off with one shoe
and one stocking of a young St. Louis
woman who was taking the Knctpp euro
in Forest Park.
The United Stabs and Great Britain are
an id to liave arrived at a satisfactory set
tlement of the Venezuelan question.
Burglars entered tbe Hotel Norman,
near WHuierdtng. Pa, and after chloro
forming all the inmates carried off 110,01 10
ia money. Jewelry and sUvertoare.
The young man who enminltted suicide
In Toronto a week at tbe (Jueen'a hotel !
has been positively identified as Jacob Lie- j
naan, a Cornell student. .
- The city council of West Superior, Wis,
hjia rut dnsrn Its Mllro fix. f-m .
twenty-eight men and axed the salary at
t; Inotead of STe a month. Twenty fire-'
men were stricken Irora the pay roll.
OMtunry: At Detroit. Captain Thomas
W. Kirby, ex-mayor of Grand Haven; a
Hockford, Ilia. Mrs. K. H. Allen; at Ma
eon City, Ia., Mrs. J. H. McConlngue; at
Iexfontalne, Ind, Daniel T. McNiel; at
Vandalia, Ilia, Mrs. Martha J. Host, 77.
Manuel Gtegory, colored, of Chatta
nooga, Tenn, was shot while robbing a
S SSB a j
house. At duMance of twelve
bullet flattened against the negro'
and didn t even ssawK bun.
Burglars invaded Oak Park (Chicago
suburb), anode futile efforts to enter tha
imstofUce aad Dunlop's bank, broke Into
Klsnn's bicycle factory and departed with
out any plunder.
Augnsaa Miller, only daughter of ex
&c nstor Warner Miller, was thrown from
a bii-y.-lo and seriously Injured at Mo
hawk, K. Y.
Absinthe has become during the last
few years to such an extent a popular
drink among the masses in England that
a league is now being formed in tbo United
Kingdom for the express purpose of check
ing ite consumption.
The Arm of C and L. Nye. di-elers In
men's furnishing goods at SSI Blue Island
avenue, Chicago, has failed. The mi H I
are snUl to be $i.7U and the liabilities aru
placed in tbe statement which was filed at I
. . j
n-i t , . ss.. .
a i;e tMHumuw, v , duhkj cumpany nas
made an assignment. The ass -ts arc ft IS,-UUli-
Three tiny children, aged S, 6, and 4
years, have arrived in New York fr m
Poland. Ther are en route to Chicago to
find their fath?r. Tbnir name la Radlan-
One of the latest hold-up at Chicago
took place right 1 frout of Mayor hwlit
At Decatur. Ind, a tramp was founj
h-jating his way in a hearse in a box car.
He bad plenty nf fool and had ridden all
tbe way from Watrville, Ma.
Most Bw roans.
"Don young Whittle know much
Yes, I think be does. He litis bad
seviTal chances to tun for ofllua and
didn't do it. ''Washington Star.
Tha been salve la she world for
eats, brnisss. Soros, aloera, salt
rheam. Hear scsras, tsnter, eteppad
heads, esilbisias. oorno aad all okia
araptJUrtts . and poslMveiy smree
peso or ae pay raaaireo, . it is go ar
ea teed to aivo parfoot satisiasnion.
moaay twfa.wUd. PrlaaM asjsUma.
rorsaia av HarlaA Ullomsys
. Ilaay desperate eases of kldaey
di teases proaoaaoed iaearsUa have
neoaenrod by Foley's Kidney Cere.
Many physicians ate It- Sold by If .
Pltcherd CzztzrUx. ' "
i t s i r -..', i. . , . . i
' 'frr tnfrnttl rrH Children.
yinSlTT fears ebserTatlon of Csystoris, with the pstronsf of
MlllioBS of pTetmt, peraltt tts ts speak of it without fessdag.
It is TaBgrncstioiuvbly the best remedy for Infants and Chfldrea
the world has eretr taiowm.It ts hsxmless. Children liks it It
fives them hfalth. It still save their lives. In it Bothers hsve
soraethlaf which ts absolotely safe aad practically perfect as a
Castor ia destroys Worms.
Castoria prevents vomiting govr Ctrrd",
CTsUtetie reliercs Teething Trenblee.
Castoria enree Conttipatioa and Flattalency.
Castoria nentraliret the effects of carbonic acid gas er poisoTiOTii air.
Castoria does mot contain morphine, opinra, or any other nsreotic.
Casteria aarimilstes the food, regulates the stomach and bowels,
giving healthy and nsAnrsi sleep.
Castoria Is pat np in ono-ajgo potties only. It is not sold in hulk.
Pont allow any one to sell yon anything else on the plea or promise
that it ts "Just as goodnnd -will answer every pnipose."
See that yon get C-AT4iVfL ,
Children Cry for
vor etwreoe cwwmw tt
Health b the Sunshine of Home. Have you (rot
It? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Ot tbe Chicago Medical Institute PornaoeaUy loo. tea In Useeepurt, lows
m two of riiitagae
StaVUUS DLBILTTT KihaoaUve drains. sieMpleeeaess. thustenod la.
aasrtw.wesbaMsawy.seaaMaalaias,w So ta aereua sabautiow.
CATAEtUi Uyspepria. Asthma. Bhonmat.Utn. bcro'd'a, etrpaiHs. B)xm1,
adoW, Liver aad Sam Sasfesss ess as ealsaty aad laasmsaxiUy cssaS by ear satvessttsS ey
tes of medleme.
VABICOCELE It the most active
I esssihs artta oUteri .fcua we rsarsnm pea
metandf 1 - -
WOMEN goffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult as.
v ws bare eared msnT eaees aisoa p m I ipi) aji. wed we may as abls ts eaf yea. sVwiom
omeaUi.id parlerrard at peat bawe g aoawoa. AsdsmbMlaad tarala emnisty S apmalt.!
OUB CREDENTIALS aad Testimoaiais are the Beit The as moron ae
kaesrledgessefita w bsoc reetlead naan tbe aaaepapasj fir ear risisrkable reree ts bm
sseaieal aad ennnes came ai proet eaaelaalsa test ear adeiaseS millnias eata wbara ad
etaaia tall. Than fma. do aot ansa Urns srHb eiaia, but eessraa as at ones aad Persia
fcft- Thamataeiafsmarery lliimi that stra caa aa earaa7 flare yea asMard
oaer ti,av m sajsas asawiag oat
lassaj isia, Ke etaar eaecaUMa 4
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lbKSals m Best lam I. m. b nats k tasserat, Isisglsss.
I Idai I. D. by He. hi 4 nasatrai.
yf . T henerery
mieoar erect t o,w roes rise.
taaf Oav-ext.. feraiaruF Bnifoma'iiW a
SU AateaSxyv CurpMaL
debility. Way treat
aays ay ear
. woas w roe oaa ae coram, iiare yea aaeaea
r loaeir. eetcvsaM osot eaaa. rsnbatasiis as
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