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THE AEGUS. FJttlDAY JUXE 2, 1899.
CHAS. E. HODGSON
Fire Insurance Ajency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, I1L
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, ra
- Rockf ord Ins. Co. - - EocVford, 111
Security Ins. Co. - New Haven, Conn
State Ids. Co. - - - Rockf ord, HI
Offiee. Room I. Buford block. Rates
m low m consistent with aeeorlty.
J. M. But ord,
Tbc old Kire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rstrs m ow M any
rellao e eompanj
ean atord Your
patronage la solic
ited. FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
by Insuring in Re
nies. CaU on or ddr
C. R. Chamberlln,
Telephone 10S0. Attent.
Koom 4.1. '
Mitchell Lynde Block.
Represents the following well
known Klra and Accident Insur
Rochester Uerman Ins Co
Kell ance "
lierman Fire "
..... Rochester. N Y
llutlaJo. N Y
.Manchester, N H
Milwaukee Mechanics " MUwa-.ikre. Wla
IdcUty ana casualty ......new ra
Offlee comer Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
Koath. West and North. Colonists! cheap
Kooth, West and Kortti. Uomeseekers.
June 6 to "JO.
IU)ward, Win.-Hound Lake, season.
Kansas City. Modern Woodmen. June 3 to 9.
In Angelea, rl. National educational As
hJcUilon, June 35 to July t.
ItufTxIo, N. V. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.
June II. 12 and 13.
Nt. I.nnls. Mo. Protective Order of lUks.
June l'J and 20. .
Uetrolt, Wch.-ChilM.Ian Kcdeavor, July 3.
4 and 5.
Klrhmnnrl. Va ll.ipllst Youni People's
Vuion. July li. II and I
Cheap round trip tickets for the various Hum
mer resorts includinir Hot Springs. S. l. are on
sale duiinir the season. Kxci-llcnt t:w- and
muscalontfc tlshinit reiH.rted at Uouml anil lost
Lakes, near Hay ward. l)f nver and I'acitlc ser
vnr N unsurpassed. Kor rat en and addition
al lufoituaiion ca 1 on or apply to
II. I). Mack, Phone M. J. YoixoJ
- 1). P. A. 1131 & 11S0. Azcnt.
This, the seventh year that the
Apollo has boon placed on the mar
ket, marks its perfection. The
material used in its construction,
the workmanship and finish, are
the very iinest. and there is no
bicycle made today which stands
higher in the estimation of its
riders than the Apollo. We hare
made only slight changes in ts
construction, the most noticeable
of which is the change in the
JOHX KOCH, SOLE AGEXT.
218 Seventeenth St.
At Four Score.
Or. Miles' Nervine Restores Health
UNCLE EZEKIEX OBEAE, assessor and
tax collector, Beverly, Mass., who has
passed the bCth life t&ilo stcue, says:
"Dr. Miles Restorative Nervine his done a
great deal of good. I suffered for years frcm
sleeplessness and nervous heart trouble.
Would feci weary and used up ia tho morn
ing, had no ambition and my work seemed a
burden. A friend recommended Dr. Miles
Nervine, and I purchased a botUo under
protest as I had tried so many remedies un
successfully. I thought it no use. But it
pave mo restful bleep, a good appetite and
restored mo to energetic health. It Is a
grand good medicine, and I will gladly write
anyone inquiring, f all particulars of my sat
isfactory experience." ("iiS M!"HWf"f4 V"
are sold by all dru?-
Bis ia unaer a positive n L
guarantee, first bottle KSrVine
benefits or mc
rv a ra
funded. Book on dis- WCr' L. Cfa
eases cf the heart ar.d YZ'T, kW
nerves free. Address, t7&iML&ZxtA
ML UILES MEDICAL CO., KlkUaru lnu.
Kstate of Charles J. I.fnir. deceased.
The underslirned. havine been appointed
adtniulstratrixof tbecstajeof Chailes J. Istnu.
late of the comity of ICock Island. Mate of Illi
nois, deceased, fcerebv pivtfs notice that thev
will appear before the county court of Rock
Inland ciur:ty. a& the comtv court room. In the
city of Kook Inland, at the mjiu t terra, on the
nrsc Monday in Ai u'Jti next, at which time
all persons bavins claims axainst said estate
are nolliied and requesteil to attend, for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indented to said est at arc re
quested to mike Immediate payment to the
icated tb s 2nd day of .Tu c. A. D.
HaktL S-i-vis. Aominu.ira.nx..
Estate of Mai F. Uabnscp, deceased.
The undersigned bavlne Deea appointed
executrix of the last, will and testa
ment of Max K. llahnsen, late of the
county of Kock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby pives notice that she will
appear before the county court of Rock
Island county, at the county court room, in
the city of Kock Island. at the . July
term, on the first Monday In July next,
at which lime :til persons hvin claims acaicst
saM es'ate are iotiied and reoiested to at
tend, for the purpose of havinir the same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to said estate
are renuested to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 1'tb day of May, A. D. IR99.
I.CCA Uahxsen. Executrix.
Marlon E. Sweeney, attorney.
F.state of Mary O'Connell, deceased.
The underslmed bavin; been appointed ex
ecutrix of the last w ll and testament of Mary
O'Connell. late of the county of Hook Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
tuaisie win appear Petore tne county court oi
Kock Island county, at the county court room,
la the city of liock 1-laiul, at the July
term, on the Hrsi Monday In July next.
at which time all persons bavinir claims
against said estate are notified aud requested
to attend for the purpose of havinir the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment to
Dated tbbi a st day of May, A. D.
Margakkt Thiki.e, Executrix.
Estate of William Raise b. deceased.
The underslsned bavlDK been appointed
Administratrix of the estate of Willi -ra
Kaisch. late of sthe county of Rock Isl
and, state of Illinois. deceased, hereby
B-lves notice that she will appear before the
county court of Itock Island county, at the
county court rooin. in the city of Kock Island,
at the AUk'ii t- term, on the first Monday
in Aucust next, at whica time all per
sons bavin; claims against said estate are
uotitled and requested to attend, for the pur
pose of havine the Mime adjusted.
All persona indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this lsth day of May. A. D. 1SX".
Magdalen a liArecii, Administratrix.
Estate of Timothy Sexion, deceased.
The undersiirned hivm(t oeen appointed ex
ecufrsof the last will and tetament of Timiv
thy Sexton, late of the county of Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby irives notice
that they will appear before the county
court of Kock Islaud county, at the county
court room, in the city of Kock Island, at the
Autrust term, on the flrst Monday In August
ext. at which time all persons bavin
claims arainst said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this CM1 day of Mav. A. IT 1W9.
JoHN 1. SEKT".V.
Mart a. sextos'.
State of Illinois. I c
County of Kock ".-land, t '
County court of Rock Islind county, to the
July term. Jk.l). I!W.
Jehu liroifen. adralnls-rator of tbe estate of
Ann Conway, deceased, vs John Conway
an 1 unknown beirs of Ann Conway, de
ceased. iVtiiion to sr 11 real estate to pay
delt . . . . .
Affidavit of the nnknoa n residence of the
unknown h- irs of the sail Ann Conwav.de
ceaed. defendants above named, havini teeo
tllesl in 'tbeomceof the clerk of thecum y court
of Kock Istand county, notice ts hereby given
to tbe said unsnown hetrs of tbe aid - nn
Conway, deceased, that the said plaintitl. John
ttrouen. administrator of the estate of Ann
Conway, deceased, has Died his petition In tbe
said county court of Koek Island county for an
order to sell the premises beloatrinv to tbe es
tate cf said deceased, or so much of it a may
be needed t pay the 4eMi of said deceased,
aud descr bed as f.i.l -ws. to wit: I-t niin,ber
four ). in block number ibf S. in Bailey
Pavenport a fourth (ttb addition to the city
ol Kock l-l 'nd in the counly ot RiMk Isiand and
state of Illinois, acd that a summons has been
issued ut of said court ae-ainst you. return a
abieattbeJuly term A Ilisi.of said court, to
beholden on the 3rd dayoiJulyA l. tv attli
court fa-nise m toci Island, in Kock Island
county. Mint is.
s;uw, unless - you. the said unknown
heirs of the sail A nn Conway, deceased,
shall personally and appear before the
said c-.unty courtof Kick island county, on
the nn.t !ny of the next term thereof, to be
bolden at Kock Island ia said c uniy. on tb
3rd dav of Jtly. lsy. and tie-.td. answer or
demur to tbe said cinap ainact's pel it ion filed
there n. the same and the matters and tblmrs
i herein cbaived acd Hated mili be taken us
coal essed. and a decree entered against you
accordion to tbe prayer of said bill,
(.iiock Lslatxl. lil . May ST. A. 1 IK
HEMtr Hrnmuo. Clek.
SuxLi Jk Makhalx. Complainant aboticlt- ra
BABY MARIAN IS SAFE.
Cicf in the AFm3 of Her Father
After Being Stolen for .
THEFT COMinTTED TOE A E Alt SOU.
Cut the Woman VTho Xld the Deed VTIII
Get Not hi or Brtter Than the Peniten
tiary Foand at a Farm House, Well
and Hearty Uow the Little One 'Was
Taken Away Grief of Her Invalid
Carr.erviKe, X. T., June 2. Marian
dark, a 21 months' old child kidnaped
from her, parents. Mr. and Mrr. Arthur
C'.ark. of Is'ow York City, on May 21,
was discovered two miles south of
Slcatsbursr. a village abcut eight miles
from here," yesterday afternoon. She
was found at a farm house cf-Charles
Yuumans, and tvas in the custody of
Mrs. Jer.nie Wilson, who took ths baby
to that place durinp the early part of
last week. Mrs. Wilfon was accom-
rnnifd hy her hunhand. and Ftated to
Mrs. Youmans that Fhe wanted board
for the liitlo girl for the summer. Mrs.
"Wilson raid that Fhe had mads ar
rangements with her husband to smd
all correspondence to her by-way of the
St. Johns poRtofflce. which is a few
mi!rs from Sloatsburg. Mrs. Wilson
ca:itd at the St. Johns pDstr.fllca a nu.Tj-bt-r
of times during the past few days.
People I ley; In to Suspect.
Wednesday morning Mrs. Wilson went
to the poytofiice, taking Marian with
her, as she had done on several oa-ca.-iona
before. Mrs. Carry, the pust-n-Utress,
delivered to her only one let
ter. The Clark baby attractel the coun
try peoK by her apjtaranc?. her large
blue tyci? ar.d pink comrlexion being
liartiiulnrly noticeable. The curiosity
which th(? child aroused made hbr cap
tors crow uneasy and they kept her.
closely confined at the Youmans home.
As toon as the notices of the abduction
reached the neighborhood the people
began to suspect that the child was
Marian Clark. They fe!t positive of it
because the child wore the same clothes
as at the time when she was stolen.
Woman Confesses Her Crime.
As scoa as Deputy Sheriff , William II.
Charlston Itemed of the abduction he
taking his clues frcm pictures of the
child and the descriptions given him by
people who saw her went to the farm
house ' and found Mrs. Wilson, from
whom he demanded the child. Mrs.
Wilson was indignant and claimed that
the knew nothinjr whatever of the child.
The deputy sheriff produced a warrant,
arrested 5ie woman and demanded in
formation as to the whereabouts of the
child. At this Mrs. Wilson weakened
ar.d made a confession. The baby was
then produced and ths sheriff took both
Perhaps you have had the
grippe or a baid cold. You
may be . recovering from
malaria or a slow fever; or
possibly some of the chil
dren are just getting over
the measles or u "looping
Arc you recovering as fast
as you should? Has not
your old trouble left your
blood full of impurities?
And isn't this the reason
you keep so poorly? Don't
delay recovery longer but
It will remove all Impari
ties from your blood.- It is
also a tonic of immense
value. Give nature a little
belp at this rime. Aid her
by removing all the products
of disease from your blood.
If your bowels are not
just right, Ayer's Pills will -make
them so. Send for '
cur book on Diet in Consti-
WrHrn to oar Doctor.
Vim hava the arrlna'va, ai ifctM
of aroro of the snoat enaaetu phy
eUui in tbo Umtod fitaua. "Write
frerty and receive a nroepe reply,
Addxyaa, DB. J. C. A VER.
. Aaawou. j
rnsor.er ana cntid to Magistrate Her
bert at West Haverstraw.
Itaby'a rather Jdentiflea His Child.
Marian Clark, the child, is in good
health. She has no bat and her shoes
show much rough handling. Her cloth
ing is also much toiled. The identifica
tion is complete, even to a red birt remark-
Arthur Clark, the father cf the
abducted baby, arrived here at 6:30
o'clock lest evening-, accompanied by.
Sergeant Morris, of Captain McClueky's
staff. Clark Immediately Identified the
child. The woman arrested was not the
nurse who first carried the child away.
Her husband, when he learned cf his
wife's arr.-st, demanded that he also be
arrested ar.d It was done.
JOY AT TUP CXAKK HOME.
Hundreds of People Wait the Arrival of
tbe Father atnd Child.
New York. June 2. Arthur Clark, ac
companied by Chief of Police Devery
and Captain McClusky, arrived In this
city about 10:10 o'clock last r.Kht bring
ing back the SO months' old child which
had been rr.iFsIng for twelve days. Hun
dreds of people were gathered before
the Clark houie, and the party with the
baby had to struggle through the
frantic crowd. There was continuous
cheerins from the people bar.ked around
the carriage as it drove up to the door,
and in spite of the effort of the pol!C3
to keep the- sidewalks clear the child
was almost suffocated in the crush of
the people pressing f irward.
The streets were blocked and the car
riage containing the triumphant party
was followed by a great mob for many
blocks before it rea'.hed its destination.
Other vehicles jollied in a runaway
procession. When .' the house was
reached, a great !heer went up as
Clark emerged from, the carriage bear
ing the little bundle f humanity in his
arms. He had to fight his way up the
steps, followed by Chief Devery and
Clark rushed to meet his wife, and
the mother took the child in her arms
and wept apd sobbed. The crowd on the
outside 'yelled to see the baby and
Clark held the child up .to the window
so that all could see it. This was greeted
with great cheers and then they cried
for Mrs. Clark, and the child, and they
STORY OF THK ABDIXTIOS.
Terrible Suffering of the Stolea Little
One's Invalid Mother.
For the cast twelve days the police of
this city have been pursuing clew after
clew in the hope of finding; this baby.
who was carried away by Its nurse on
Sunday. May 21. The nurse was em
ployed Monday, May 15. under the name
of Carrie Jones. She had advertised for
a position, giving no home address.
Clurk ans.vered the advertisement, and
Le'.ng imprssed with the girl's appear
ance at.'i manners engaged her to go
to woik the following day without ask
ing for re f?rer.oes.She took only a small
hand-bas with her to the house, saying
that her trunk would arrive later. It
never came. Clark has one other child
besides Marian, a baby 3 months old.
Mrs. Clerk has been more or less an in
valid since the birth of her second child,
and the care of little Marian devolved
almost entirely upon the new nurse.
She took the child for an airing in the
park every afternoon. , She suggested
that she take the chird-dlt earlier than
usual oh1 ' Sunday morning. May 21.
Clark, who was playing with the little
one in front of his house, agreed to this,
and Carrie Jones -as it was believed the
girl's name was, started across Sixty
fifth street with Baby Marian in a per
ambulator. She entered the park at the
I"fth avenue gate, near the menagerie,
an.d .turned uptown under the arch lead
ing to the ladies' waiting room. Without
any delay she left the perambulator
against the bushes there, and asked the
matron, Mrs. Madden, to look after it
while she took the child to see the bears.
She walked away in an opposite direc
tion from the bear cage, and when the
matron called out to her retorted that
she knew her way about. The Clarks
had engaged the girl on the understand
ing that she was frcm the country, and
knew nothing about this city. Clark said
that he had a "feeling" that all was not
as it should be within ten minutes after
the nurse and the child left the house.
He communicated his suspicions to his
wife and followed (hem to Central Park.
Mrs. Madden saw him sitting beneath
the arch looking at the empty baby car
riage about fifteen minutes after the
nurse had gone away with the child.
Clark went to Mrs. Madden and ascer
tained precisely what had happened.
Clark went back to tell his wife what
had happened. He found a boy there
who had carried a note given him by a
young woman at Sixty-second street
and Second avenue. . This note made it
clear that the child was kidnaped for
the sake of rar.som, end warned Clark
that if he notified the police or let it
get into the newspapers he should never
see his child alive again. The mental
agony of Mrs. Clark during these twelve
days may be imagined. Her physician
at times despaired of her life so terrible
were her sun'erings caused by the loss
of her little one. Her case was so pit
iable that when details of her distress
were published a number of prominent
people expressed themselves in favor
of the death penalty fr kidnapers of
ATTACK ON THE IOWA BOYS.
Filipino Hfbel. Fire on the Outpost and
Hit Two Men Otis' Reply to-Alger.
London, June 2. A special dispatch
from Manila says that the insurgents
attacked the outposts cf the Fifty-first
Iowa regiment at San Fernando and
that two Americans were hit.
Washington, June 2. After a con
versation with the president yesterday
the secretary of war announced that he
had heard from General Otis, and that
the latter adherod to his original propo-'
sition that 30.0CO troops would be
enough. - '
An official telegram from Manila raya
that the Xegros rebels, who killed Cap
tain Tilley, have been severely 4'xnish2d
and driven into the mountains, birl gives
no details cf the f.ght. General Otis aflso
reports that Captain Rockefeller, com
pany B. Ninth regulars, is missing-, and
that Law ton has been given command
of the city CT Manila.
Cabana coujntu ta lake the Cub.
Havana, June 2--OoIonel Randall, con
tinuing the distribution of th American
gratuity. -paid T each to 176 men ye
terday at Me'.ena, thia province. Fifty
applicants were rejected, either because
they bad no arms, because their names
wrre rot on the rolls,- or because they
lacked proper Identification,.
P20TEST WAS IN VAIN.
Russia Pays No Attentlan to an Objection
In Lipsxye'a Caae.
Washington. June 2. The president
has been appealed to by Adolph Lip
szyc, a veteran of the civil war, to in
tercede for him with the Russian gov
ernment and secure a pardon for him.
The appeal was made 40 the president
on Deccration Day by Lipsryc. who
bears many wcunds and was breveted in
.1863 a first lieutenant for gallant service
in the L'nion army.
I.ipszyc came to the Vnited States
from. RuFSia in 1S58, and served In the
civil war. In 1SS6 he went to Russia to
obtain his portion of his father's estate.
He was arrested and convicted on the
sole charge that he had become- an
American citizen without the consent of
the Russian government. Secretary
Bayard protested that- this was in vio
lation of treaty stipulations, and that
the United States would never consent
to recognize the right of a nation to
deprive 9 naturalized citizen of his
rights, but nothing came of the protest
and the Russian government banished
Llpszyc and deprived him of his proper
&E3IDENCE FOR ADMIRALS.
Not for the Private Cse and Belioorof Ad
New - York, June 2. Replying to a
question relating to the proposed gift of
n residence at Washington for Admiral
Dewey, Admiral Upshur, who originated
the idea, writes: "Your inference that It
is my preference that a home to be pur
chased by the free-will offerings of
Americans for the admiral of the navy
should be occupied by Admiral Dewey
as long as he remains at the head of
the navy and then to pass to his suc
cessors is entirely correct, and I agree
with you further that in that fjrm it
would be more acceptable to Admiral
"I have not moved beyond the ir.ia
tive in this matter. Others have as
sumed, most kindly, the work necesary
in connec tion with the raising of funds,
and to them the proposition herein
stated miaht be made, although there is
a possibility of those subscribing to cept
to him in perpetuity."
Wichita. Kan., June 2. The trend of
development in the spirit and purpose
of the Trans-Mississippi congress frcm
the discussing of economic problems
to the outlining and advocating of com
mercial projects was noticeable in a
marked degree in yesterday's proceed
ings, when the transportation question
came to the front almost exclusively.
Papers were read on equitable freight
rates, improvement of the mouths cf
the Mi.ssissirjpi and the subsidiizng cf
the merchant marine.
- Death of an Ex-Governor.
Little Rock, Ark., June 2. Elisha
Baxter, the tenth governor of Arkansas,
is dead at his home in Batesville. Gov
ernor Baxter was born In Rutherford
county, X. C, Sept. 1. 1827. He was
elected governor cf Arkansas In 1872 and
his administration witnessed the storm
iest period in the history of the state
and brought about the Brcoks-Baxter
war. President Grant issued a prociti
mation recognizing Baxter as governor.
Chicago Graiu and Produce.
Chicago, June 1.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
July $ .7S J .7s4 J .76M $ .76
Septemher. .., .77 .7SVi .77 .77
December'"...'. 77?3 .79 .77"!. .77;i
J,.,.. oi ' our' r
UlV .uo1. ..io?s ...
September ... .2:14 .S3T& .33
December 22 .23 .32 .22
July 23 .224 .22T .22
September ... .20- .20V4 .20 .20
July 7.S7'A S.02"4 "ST" 8.00
September ... 8.O2V3 S-lT'fc 8.02 8.15
July - 5. CO 5.00 4.97 6.C0
September ... S.02"A H.llVa 6.02 8.15
July .LOO 5.00 4.97 5.C0
"September ... 5.05 5.15 5.05 5.12',4
Short Kibs ...
July 4.47 4.57 4.47 4 55
September ... 4.62 4.70 4.62 4.67
Produce: Butter Kxtra creameries,
17fj 17 per Tb; extra dairies, 15c; fresh
packing stock. 10?il0c. Eggs Fresh
stock, 12fil2 per dozen. Live Poultry
Turkeys, Sc per It: chickens. !tttl0c;
springs, 22'ti25c; ducks,- 7&Sc per lb;
geese. $3.50?i4.OO per dozen. Potatoes
Common to choice. S9(Mlc per bushel.
New Potatoes S2.00'&3.2o per bbl. Ap
ples Common to fancy, t4.004zo.r-0 per
bbl. Strawberries Illinois. 75c5$1.00 per
24-qt. case; Michigan, 50S65c per 16-qt.
Chicago "Live Slock. .
Chicago, June 1.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
J2.000: sals ranged at $2.20(S3.63 for
pigs. 13.50(3.72 for light. $3.453.55 for
rough packing. $3..".')3.75 for mixed,
and" $3.604t3.S2 for ' heavy packing and
shipping lots. Cattle Estimated re
ceipts for the day, 9.500; quotations
ranged at $5.45'S5.70 choice to extra
Fteers. J4.90Sfo.25 good to choice do..
4.504.90 for fair to good, $4.10iS4.tO
common to medium do., 14.00&4.20
butchers' steers, $4.25fI5.45 fed western
steers.' $4.10i5.20 feeding steers. $2.2oQ
4.40 cows, 3.205.OO heifers, 3.00(?t4.40
bulls and oxen. $4X0(34.75 stags. 3.90
4.90 Texas steers, and J4.007.25 veai
calves. Sheep and Lambs Estimated
receipts for the day. 12.000; quotations
ranged at $3.90i5.5O westerns. $3.5
S.50 natives, and $3.50(g6.f0 lambs.
Milwaukee Grain. '
- Milwaukee. June 1.
Wheat Lower: No. 1 northern, 771!
7S"4c: No. 2 northern. 76c. Oats Firm;
24!&26"jic. Rye Firmer: No. 1, 67c
Parley Steady; No. 2, 41c; sample, Z6&
Spring "Lamb tJ.50jlM3.50 per bead. -Sheep
-Corn ,Wt7o. v
Bay Timothy, til; wUd, K.SO&tS.
S t ra w M. fa ito.
Butter Che ice to fair. 15c; fresh creamery;
Chickens Sprinsr. 7c per pound.
Ducks 7c per pound
Turkeys Live. lOe per pound,
tosl Soft, 10c.
Cat'le Butchers pay for corn fed steer.
4Hs.tc; eows and heifers, Srtc&tc; calves.
Moss ys-Bd n so. v
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Cnildxen.
Tbe Kind Yea Hare Alwajs Bought
.. Bears the
Roasted and blended by a new pro
cess and packed in air-tight tins,
to be ground as used.
Try it and send
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narite with your order naming this patter,
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grippe scarcely ever leaves a sound system.
The germs of la grippe are the smallest mic
robes known, yet they generate a toxine poison
of the most virulent character.
La Grippe is in the air. You don't have to be
exposed, as in other contagious diseases. The
germs of la grippe are everywhere at present.
In one week the wave of infection crosses a
continent. A nation is infected as quick as
one city. You cannot escape la grippe by iso
lation. You breathe in bacteria in every breath.
Grippe can be Cured by Foley" s Honey and Tar.
This is guaranteed.
Grippe can be Prevented by Foley's Honey ana
Tar. This is guarajileed.
Foley's Honey and Tar reaches the root of the
disease. It destroys and eradicates the germs
of la grippe. It puts the system on a plane to
resist and expel these microbes,
Foley's Honey and Tar, by absolutely curing
la grippe, leaves no loophole for future lung
trouble, throat diseases, stomach disorders and
fatal organic troubles.
All druggists sell Foley's Honey and Tar under a positive guarantee
Jo prevent or cure la irrippe In any stare, leaving the system strong
agalnb-t infections of any iiid.
Grippe starts with a cold. Cure that cold in one day with
Folefs Soney and Tar. It enres all colds and positively
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FRCM THE USE OF
You need one today, and all the time. The muddy water
may be full ot sickness.
Take bo chances but have one put In at once
There is not one grain of
us your verdict.
Than Small Pox, Yellow Fever,
Cholera or any other contagious
disease. Ask ycur Doctor.
Thousands die in every epi
demic of la grippe like the pres
ent one acd thousands die every
year afterward from some weak
ness of the "system lejt over from
Grippe is little Jearcd because
it is little understood. Its work is
hidden often does not appear
even to the practiced eye of the
A genuine hard case of la
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