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THE AUDITS, 9ATUBDAX AUGUST 8, 903
Mrsi Emmons, saved from U
an operation for Ovaritis, tells
how she was cured by Lydia E.
Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound.
" I am so pleased with tha results I
obtained from Lydia, K. liiikliams
Vegetable Coupuuud that 1 feel it
a duty and a privilege , to "Write you.
" I suffered for over five years with
ovarian troubles, causing an un
pleasant Uischarg-e, a great weakness,
and at times a faintness would come
over me which no amount of medicine,
diet, or exercise seemed to correct.
Your Vegetable Compound found the
weak spot, however, within a few
weeks and. saed mo from ah
operation all my troubles had dis
appeared, and ,1 found myself once
riore healthy and well. 'Words fail to
describe the real, true grateful feeling
that is iu my heart, and I want to tell
every sick and suffering sister. Dont
dally with medicines you know noth
ing alout. but take Lydia 12. Iink
liam's Vegetable Compound, and
take my word for it. you will be a
different woman in a short time."
liAVK.v Emmons, Walkerville, Ont.
SSQ00 forfeit if original of above letter proving
genuineness cannot be produced.
Tont hesitate to -write to Mrs.
rirtkliam if there is anything
about your ease which you do
not understand. She will treat
you with kindness and her ad
vice is free. No woman ever re
gretted writ iir her and she has
helped thousands. Address i
T5he KodQLk Girl
visits our store when in need of
films, plates, papers, etc., for we
carry the largest photographic
stock in the city.
KaHtnmn Kodak Agrney at
IBOIHBOI 1-3 Sfconrl Avrnnfi.
the irANiiicurs A
that burrows up the icJp, nuMn
dandruff scurf, camln the hoir to
fill, and fintlly
You will have NO MORI: DAN.
DRLTF, FALLING HAIR, or
BALDNESS if you use
The only Hair Preparation on this
absolutely new scientific principle. ,
For sale by druggists. Price $1.
For Bale by T. II. Thomas, druggist
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
Forty-Eight Thonsand loIlarM Paid
for a Fancy Lot of Tobacco.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made in the West by a
cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by Frank P. Lewis, Peoria
111., for his celebrated Single Binder
cigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount was to be fancy
fleeted tobacco. This, no doubt,
makes the Lewis factory the largest
holder in the United States of tobacco
of bo high a grading. Herald -Traru
script, Dec. 21, 1902.
Ceanlne stamped C C C Never' sola fa balk
Sewtre of tbe dealer who tries to seP
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STARTED IN HERE
J. IF. Boepple Makes Statement
Concerning Origin of But
WOEKED WITH OBJECT IN VIEW
Many Diiliculties Overcome lie fore
.1. V. ltoepple, 1he veternn button
maker )f . 11a venjK)rt, real the letter
f h'tanley Diilxvin recently published
in The Argus concerning the manner
in which the button making industry
was begun in this country and says
that on Hi1 whole the facts are well
presented. There are, however, one
or two points that he. could take ex
ception to. One of there concerned
his motive in coining to America.
Mr. Hoepple states that he left Uer-
many some twelve years ago tut
Aiueiiea after the button business
had ceased to be profitable in that
country, and came here with the full
intention of developing the industry
in this country. He va.-' a button
maker by trade and he knew no other
craft, lie was not absolutely penni
less, but had- little except faith in his
ability to sncceel with which to be-
First he tried on one of the south
ern streams in this state, but the
shells there would, not do. Then he
came, to Itock Island and. began ex
perimenting with Mississippi river
shells. At the mouth of Kock river
he ft.und shells that satisfied him. the
variety known as 'sand" shells, and
with a rude machine that he rigged
ho cut a few blanks, just ' enough to
convince himself that they could be
made into buttons that would be ac
cepted on the market. While con
ducting these experiments he was
looked upon by those, with whom he
came in contact as one not oiind
Out oT Kiiul
lie. was now practically without
funds and he : light in va;n for iuiiio
time to intere: t soiiieoiu- with surtSci
cut capital to rt:irt him in the but
ton making business in a mall way.
He could not .'peak Knslish an i h
found this task a hopcles in-. Final
ly a ciiirntr!iKiii whose name h. does
not remember, wlo was then con
ducting the Mancl ! house, advised
him to learn the F.nglisli language,
telling him that he could never suc
ceed till he did. It shout 1 be borne
in mind that Mr. Hoepple was at this
time a man of middle ;i; and the
task of learning a new language was
a very formidable one to him.
Seeing the wisdom of his friend's
advice, however, and fully determine
e l to succeed at any cost, he went to
the vicinity of Washington. Iowa,
where he hired out as farm hand in
an American family and there in two
years time obtained a fair command
of Knglish and at the same time by
the most severe economy saved the
sum of $::ik) with which he returned
to Muscatine and began the manufac
ture of buttons iu a small way and
under many oitliculties. Some of the
machinery used he had made and
some he brought from Km ope. While
many improvements have been made
in minor details) connected with the
business and many of theiv. have been
mailt by Mr. Hoepple liiiijself. the
principles used in the manufacture id
buttons are today the same as those
introduced 1 years ago by this deter
When it was seen that Mr. Hoepple
had made a success of his undertak
ing those who hail scoffed at him
were the. first to start rival factories,
and in an incredibly short time the
industry grew till thousands were
making a living by means of the new
i nl ust ry.
The beginning of the manufacture
of buttons was followed iy the rec
ognition of the commercial value of
fresh-water pearls which had never
been popularly supposed to be worth
picking up, anil now many thousands
of dollars are. made annually by clam
diggers from this source alone.
ItanlDfisa Now Slck
dust now- there, is a great dullness
in the business, whether a temporary
or a permanent one remains to be
seen. The Muscatine News-Tribune,
which is at the center of 1he universe
so far as the button business is con
cerned, liscuscs the outlook in the
f .lh.wing manner:
'Humors are rife that there is dis
played considerable restlessness and
anxiety among the employes of the
various button factories regarding
the lowering of the present scale of
wages paid. As noted in the News
Tribune Home time, ago, there is a
decided degree of dullness in the in
dustry at the present time, and all
kinds of reports are afloat regarding
the future of the business in this city.
"Some ci.nten 1 that the once flour
ishing business is on tbe decline, but
ithis view f the matter does not have
very many supporters. Others assert
that business is very dud and that
only the larger factories can survive
the present demoralized condition of
the button business. This view seems
,to have nwtny adherents and will bear
considerable in vest iga tun. v line i nese
two opinions are given wilh all seri
ousness, it 5s stated by some that thp
larger factories are in a measure no-.
countable1 for the present seeming
distress and that no relief will be
forthcoming until the smnller factor
ies, which'have no capital and which
are operated at littb? cost because
rent and taxes are not among the ex
pense's, are closed up.
"Just what the difficulty is seems a
matter not clearly understood, but
certain It Is that something is wrong
with the" forces that contribute to
success in the manufacture of but
tons. Factories at other places have
no difficulty in securing experienced
cutters to leave their homes here and
go nearly 200 miles to "work in other
factories. There, seems to be an un
usual lethargy in the whole fabric of
button making and, as stated, there
are divers opinions as to the real
cause and the correct remedy or re
course. The. report of a strike in one
of the factories is declared untrue,
the only demonstration bemg the fear
expressed by the men that if wages
were, lowered they would be compell
ed to seek other employment."
Find Valuable Oeui,
(Jeorge Herbert, of Huffalo, during
the past week discovered a jearl
while taking out clams a few miles
below- the city that brought the high
est price of any found in this vicinity
this season. It was not exceptionally
large, but its perfection enabled him
to part with it for the sum of $300 at
Nabstedf & Sons, in Davenport. It
i- probable that the purchasers will
realize handsomely on five gem also.
GOOD ATTRACTIONS FOR
While no dates are being given out
as yet. by Chambcrlin t Kindt in re
gard to the attractions they have
booked for their circuit of theatres,
including the Illinois, of this city, it
is stated that the list will be unusual
ly good the coming season. Speak
ing in one of the towns in the cir
cuit recently. Mr. Chambcrlin said:
"The circuit has got all of the I.ieb
ler attractions; all of the Castle
Square productions, including t be
new 'Lieutenant Command;" all of
the Wagenhiils A. Kemper offerings
and most of the Frohman successes.
"We will range from I'm-le Tom's
Cabin to liichard Mansfu-ld in Ivan
the Terrible, and from Muldoon's
Picnic to Hlnnchc Walsh in The Kes-
urrection. In the musical way von
will get early in the season The Wiz
ard of (z and Whitney's great oper
atic production of When .Johnny
Comes Marching'llome. that ran all
the season in Chicago. We ret all of
Savage's and Whit mark's oeras. and
will tiring Marie Cnhill iu Nancy
Crown, the piece that has kept New
York wild fi-r months. We will gie
von Hen llur and Virginia llarned in
Iris, and Mrs. P.rime in The Cavalier.
Mis. Minnie Maddem Fiske will also
be hue early in the season in her
new pla.v. We will bring Warde and
.lames in their new presentation of
Alexander the Hreat. We have James
Whiteonib Riley for readings from
his poems. We have the wonderful
Chinese Honeymoon, and we have
Lulu (ilaser once more. We give you
Jerome Sy kes in The Hillumaire. and
we have The Man from Cincinnati,
and The Mummy an I the Humming
Hird. We have Charlie Hvans and we
have Willie Collier. We will give you
Urooke's Marine baud and Hose Cogh-
lan in a new play.
MATE WHO DID SHOOTING
ON QTJINCY IS LAID OFF
Mate Mctiee. of the Diamond Jo
liner tjuincy, who was mixed up in
the levee shooting scrae last week,
has- been laid off by that company.
Mctiee was considered one of the best
mates along the river, but the com
pany feared that the prejudice
against him on account of the inci
dent would interfere with his duties
while in these waters.
RACES IN PROGRESS
AT NINTH STREET PARK
After a threatening morning the
races at the Ninth street track were
started under auspicious circum
stances shortly after - o'clock this
afternoon, the meet being the third
to be conducted, by the Twin-City
lriving association. Skies that were
somewhat threatening kept some nt
home, but there was a fair attendance
Following is today's river bulletin:
Dang'r Hgt. Change
bine. N a.m. 24 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
Ht. Paul 14 , C.i
Ued Wing 14 , 0.2
Heed's Landing .. 12 5.1 0.3
La Crosse .13 0.0 0.2
Prairie du Chien.. 18 ".7 ....
Dubuque. l." 0.4 -0.4
Le Claire 10 5.4 -0.2
Davenport 15 ft. 8 -0.H
Des Moines hpds.. .. .T.S 0.1
Keokuk 15 0.0 0.3
St. Louis no 10.6 1.2
Kansas City 21, 15.0 -O.'.l
indicates rise, - fall. -
Kiver forecast for 4S hours ending S
a. m., Monday, Aug. 10, l.o:t: The
Mississippi will fall rapidly . between
Dubuque and Davenport.
Rhenmatlnm Cnrrri In 84 Ilonrm.
T. J. lilaekmore, of llaller & Black
more, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A short
time since I procured a bottle of Mys
tic Cure. It got me out of the house
in 24 hours. I took to my bed with
rheumatsm nine months ago and the
Mystic Cure is the only medicine that
did me any good. I had five of the
best physicians in the city, but I re
ceived very little relief from them. I
know the Mystic Cure to be what it
is represented and take pleasure in
recommending it to other poor suffer
ers." Sold by Otto firotjan, 1501 Sec
ond avenue, Hock Island; Gust Schle
gel & Son, 220 West Second street,
Free hot lunch at W. C. Parker's
place, 2736 Fifth avenue.
Partly trloudy tonight, with
probably showers; Sunday,
generally fair and cooler.
J. M. 8HERIKR,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 66;
at 2:30 p. m. 72.
Zazaro. Cnion cigar.
Lawn swings at. "iVilcher's.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Iteidy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
TT Polly Perkins has come to stay.
Polly Pei kins, bes;t 5-cent cigar
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
For bargains in household goods,
see miseella ueous for sale ads.
The Polly Perkins is. puffed by ev
erybody, f or sale everywhere.
Band concert and moving pictures
at the Watch Tower every evening.
See thi' free aerial acts at the Watch
Tower Sunday afternoon and evening.
For tin and furnace work, see H. T.
Siemon, 1520 Fourth avenue. Union 2S:5.
See the La Marr troupe at Watch
Tower Sunday in their free aerial
Cleaning, pressing, and repairing.
New Paniloritim Club, I'.'O'J Second av
enue. McCabe's stupendous August, clear
ing sale begins Monday morning at 0
After all is said anil done, there is
no place like .Lines' second hand
store for bargains.
.Open eery evening until '.I o'chx-k.
Saturday evening until 10 o'clock
Jones second hand store.
Sunday afternoon. Aug. 10, you can
go to Le Claire on the steamer Wino
ua and return on Ihe J. S.
See that immense line of Buck's eel-
biated stoves and ranges at Clemann
- Sal.mann's. A display unparalleled.
We show a larger line of comfort
able cTuehes than any other store.
We will be pleased to show you. ( le-
inaiiii tM: Sal.mann.
Be on hand promptly Monday a. in.
at oYIock to grab some of the pick
iroiu me early naryains ai .viciahes
August clearing sale.
ueiiiemoer the iiiooniie, lit excursion
Sunday. Aug. 10. on the steamer J. S
S to 11:.".0 p. in. Fare, gentlemen. .Ml
cents; ladies, 25 cents.
Sunday. Aug. 10, excursion to Clin
ton on the large steamer J. S. lcavcs
at s a. m.: returns at T p. in. Fare
only 75 cents round trip.
Attend the Naval IJeserves dance at
Black Hawk Inn Wednesday evening
Aug. 12. nieuers" orchestra. Admis
sion, 5() cents per couple.
Startling and sensational aerial acts
by the La Marr troupe, aerial per
formers, at Watch Tower every even
ing and Sunday afternoon.
K. B. McKowiv is making a special
price for early orders on the famous
Springfield coal. Buy now and you
will not miss a good proposition.
Learn ballroom dancing at Gra
ham's school Tuesday and Friday ov
erlings. Third and Haines streets.
Davenport. Old 'phone 57; new 21.
The key-note dopentfcibility f rom
all over the store; bargains are clam
oring to be heard at this greatest of
all August clearing sales at McCabe's
Clemann v Sabtmann's are, closing
out their gasoline stoves, left from a
big season's trade, at low prices. A
fine opportunity to get a giMid stove
Gov. S. H. Van Sant. of St. Paul,
was in the city yvsterday afternoon
Iim king after his steamboat interests
and shaking hands with old acquaint
ances. The largest line of stoves ever put
on display in this vicinity may now
be seen at Clemann & Salmann's
stove department. Over Ko ranges
on the floor.
Owing to the immense amount of
work iu preparation for the great
August clearing sale, MeCsbe.'s store
will not be open Monday morning un
til 9 o'clock.
There will be a meeting of the board
f directors of the Noonday Kest
Tuesday, Aug. 11, nt 4 p. in., at the
Kest rooms, over Bartlett's tea store
on Third avenue.
We pridi. ourselves upon our lines
of parlor and bedroom furniture. Yon
won't be satisfied if you buy else
where before looking over our show
ing. Clemann v Sal.mann.
Say, ma. let's go down to Jones
second hand, store this evening and
see what he's got. lie must have
something good, for he buys every
thing he sees and some things he
don't see. No. 1023 Second avenue.
Florence Chamberlain, recently grad
uated from the Chicago Musical col
lege under Theodore Spierring, is pre
pared to teach the violin. Pupils de
siring instruction will please' send in
applications for lessons prior to Sept.
5. Address No. 22t5 Seventh avenue.
Officer John Sclimid, w ho has been
troubled for some time with varicose
veins, has undergone nn operation nt
St. Anthony's hospital which it is
hoped will entirely free him from
his trouble. He will be off duty proli
ably a couple of weeks or more.
Nothing has so far lxen heard from
the invitation sent by the postmas
ters of the tri-cities to Boston to se
cure the next, meetings of the first
class postmasters convention now being-
held there. It was thought that
a reply would have been received be-j
fore this time, but probably the mat
ter Thns nnt'vt Kt
the body in its business sessions.
The camp of Dr. Crissman on Camp
bell's island, which was damaged by
the wind during the week, has been
completely- repaired and two addi
tional tents have been added. There
are now five tents arrauged in a semi
cinde and most of the comfort of
life at home are provided.
Mrs. Jessje 1'. Bowes, of this city.
has filed suit for divorce against her
husband, James Bowes. The-action
is based on desertion. The couple
were married in Davenport Xovcni-
r, is;i). Three months later the
liusliand deserted his wife, according
to the bill. They have one child, a
girl two years old. The complainant
isks possession. Weld 4& Olmstead
are attorneys for Mrs. Bowes.
A new jxistage stamp is in course
of preparation that, will for the first
time since ISO'.I bear the Hag on its
face. The figure of Washington tak
en from Toudon's profile ca' t is. to
be replaced by one taken from the
painting of the father of his country
by Gilbert Stuart, and the opinion of
tamp eH-rts is that the new two-
cent stamp will be the finest one ever
The Union Mission directors at a
meeting last evening at the home of
Mrs.' 11. D. Itlakeniore, on Nineteenth
street, decided that the affairs of the
institution have grown to such an ex
tent that it is advisable to secure a
superintendent. Accordingly the ex
ecutive committee- was authorized to
engage one at once. The next meet
ing of the directors will be held the
first Friday in September.
The proceedings for the paving of
two Mocks of Twenty-ninth street
above Seventh avenue, which were in
stituted some lime ago in the county
court in accordance with the ordi
nance passed by the city council,
were dismisi-ed yesterday afternoon
on motion of City Attorney Scot',
who found that the rate of interest
on deferred payments, as fixed in th"
ordinance, was not in accordance
with the law. It was specified as 5
per cent, whereas the law fixes the
limit at 4 per cent. Therefore a new
ordinance will have to be framed.
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called o.t 5:00
ROYAL NEIGHBORS' BOARD
COMPLETES MONTH'S WORK
The supreme board of the IJ. N. A.
adjourned this morning after a ses
sion of two days at the Woodmen
head, office, l'mulating the action of
the M. W. A. iu looking after mem
bers of the order who had suffered
by the recent floods in Missouri. Kan
sas and Nebraska, it was deoido-I to
take up the relief movement and ask
for general contributions from the
Printing contracts were awarded
to the Picneer Press, of St. Paul, ami
lOgbert. Fidilar v Chambers, of Dav
enport. A new head phvsician was
added to the head board of medical
examiners in Dr. Kirkham. of What
com. Wash., her territory to be Wash
ington, Oregon and California.
Krqaent For 1til.
Notice is hereby given by the board
of local improvements that bids will
be received at the otlice of the city
clerk of Kock Island, up and until y
o'clock a. m. of the 10th day of Aug
ust, A. D. P.MK1. at which date said
bids will be opened for the following
work, to-wit :
The excavating, curbing and paving
with a single course of brick, of Sev
enteenth street, from the south line
of Ninth avenue to the north line of
The specifications and ordinance for
the said work are now on file in the
office of the city clerk.
The cost of the same will be paid
in bonds, which bonds will draw in
terest at the rate of 4 per cent.
All proposals or bids must be ac
companied by a check payable to the
order of the president of the board of
local improvements, certified by a re
sponsible bank, in the sum of twenty
five hundred ($2,500.00) d.dlars.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
Kock Island. 111.. July 30. 1003.
WILLIAM M'CONOCH 1 12.
President of the Board of Local Im
provements. Warning. Warning
Beware of substitutes offered jy
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit' will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable medi
cine that ?ive stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives o
their victims. For 6ale by au flruf
GQNGRESSW WILDER SAYS
To The Te-ru-na Medicine Co., of Columbus, 0. i
44 Peruna is All
Congressman D. F. Wiiber, of Oneonta, N. Y., writes :
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio,:
Qentlemen-" Persuaded by a friend I have tried your remedy and I have
almost fully recovered after the use of a few bottles. I am fully convinced
that Peruna is all you claim for it, and I cheerfully recommend your medicine
to all who are afflicted with catarrhal trouble." David F. Wiiber.
Peruna a Preventive and Cure for Colds.
Mr. C. F. Given, Sussex, N. B., Vice
President of "The Past-time Boating
Club, " writes:
" Whenever the cold weather sets in 1
have for years past been very sure to
catch a severe cold which was hard to
throw off, and which would leave after
effects on my constitution the most of
" Last winter I was advised to try
Peruna, and within five days the cold
was broken up and in five days more I
was a well man. I recommended it to
several of my friends and all speak the
highest praise for it. There is nothing
like Peruna for catarrhal afflictions.
It Is well nigh infallible as a cure, and
I gladly endorse it." C. F. Given.
A Prominent Singer Saved From Loss of
Mr. Julian "Weisslitz.l" Seneca street,
Buffalo, N. "Y., is corresponding secre
tary of The Sangerlust, of New- York ;
is the leading second bass of the Sanger
lust, the largest Herman singing society
I New York and also the. oldest.
WORLD FAMOUS NICKEL PLATE SHOWS
WILIj EX1I1TUT AT
t ROCK ISLAND ONE DAY ONLY t
: IVionciay, Aug. 17. !
Location: Twenty-fourth St. and Fifth Ave.
X William Mtvlroso. America's greatest somersault J
X ruler. The Mellette Family, kins and queens of
the air. The .leness Family of acrobats ami tumb- -t
A S10.000 Den of Performing Lions.
A team of maujnilicent Siberian Camels.
A lui nil red horses anil ponies.
All New and Novel Acts and Features tliis year
X The Largest Popular Price Show on Earth.
Bigger and Better Than Ever.
X TWO PKUroKMANCKS DAILY AT J AND s P. M. X
dooi:s on.N om: iion: f.akli i-:i:.
ltppins its 4Uh
In the following Departments:
College, Academic, Normal, Conservatory, Art, Business Departments.
Registration and Examination take place Tuesday, September I.
AiiRiistana offers many advantages: TIioi-oubIi
Instruction, nkillfnl tearltrre, fmo buildings and
classrooms, well equipped lalMratories, a splen
did library, low prlo-s, healthful and beautiful
GUSTAV ANDREEN. Pres.. rock island, ill.
Dr. S. H. MILLER.. M. D. V.
Veterinary Surgeon and Drntist. g
Graduate of McKillip's Veterinary College, Chicago, 111. 5
Office and Veterinary Hospital
l5 Trlt-1 Afimr, lioc Ir Imrtl. III. Kel1n 181 fr'onrtrt A vena
Ome boors 7 to K a m.,lto2p in., 7 to 10 p. m. Central Phones: Office 1400
W at. ttttaidenoe '6I Wft Union Pnooes: Office 6717, Residence &3v7
nCTS STOPPED FREE
I i li V1 Permanently Cured toy
CR. KLINE'S GREAT
Wo Fit mttm ri 4v nn,
i a Ftnnuent Cure. tpy mut tm all
4 Donoo, lability. Exfeu.itton. KmutM WU
' n n if a mr1 i J ... . . . . .
lis H.B.Mlnr.LlL33' r-nnaoeiphia.
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You Claim For It."
In 1S90 The Sangerlust celebrated its
fiftieth anniversary with a large cele
bration in New York City. The follow
ng is his testimony:
"About two years ago I caught a
severe cold while traveling and which
settled into catarrh of tho bronchial
tubes, and so affected my voice that I
was obliged to cancel my engagements.
In distress I was advised to try Peruna,
and althongh I had never used a patent
medicine before, I sent for a bottle.
' Words but illy describe my surprise
to find that within a few days I waa
greatly relieved, and within three weeks
I was entirely recovered. I am never
without It now, aud take an occasional
dose when I feci run down." Julian
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. llarlman, giving a
full statement of your case and be will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. ITartman, President of
The Ilartman Sanitarium, Coluinbui,0
2nd. 1903, 9 O'clock A.
We call Special Atlenlion to the New
Pre-Medical Course Ollered in the
All letters and requests for cataloK"e are
Er ft For Drun
For Drunkenness and
ase write us.
T1T!TW THE PARENT
H2I MT INSTITUTE,
MAM W m