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OF LlNCOLNsnEATH LlNCOLNsnEATHI LINCOLNS DEATH DEATHi DEATHTablet I i
Tablet to Be Placed on onBuilding onBuilding onBuilding
Building In Which WhichEnd WhichEnd WhichEnd
End Came CameALREADY CameALREADY CameALREADY
ALREADY CONTAINS CONTAINSRELIC CONTAINSRELIC CONTAINSRELIC
RELIC COLLECTIONHouse COLLECTION COLLECTIONI COLLECTIONIHouse I IHouse
House to Which Dying President PresidentWas PresidentVas PresidentWas
Was Carried Was Soldiers SoldiersBoarding SoldiersBoarding SoldiersBoarding
Boarding House HouseThe HouseThe HouseThe
I
The plain looking throestory brick brickhouse brickhouse I
house on n the west o t aide of Tenth T ntlh street streetnorthwest i inorthwest
InI InIwhich I
northwest t between E and F streets in Inwhloh I Iwhioh
which PreaWent Pre ldent Lincoln died is to be bemarked bemarked i imarked
marked with Ith a permanent tablet by the thespecial j jspecial I Ispecial
special citizens committee appointed by bythe bytile bythe
the Commissioners to select > > eIe < t and mark markWashingtons markWashingtons 1 1Wahhln
Washingtons Wahhln on8 historical spots spotsIt spotsIt spotsIt
It was in a small room ou the first firstfloor flrstl flrstlfloor j jfloor
floor of this old residence to which the thegreat thegraat thegreat
great war president was carried after afterbeing atterbeing afterbeing
being shot by the aasasaton Booth The Thehouse Thehouse Thehouse
house is directly opposite oppo Ue the Fords FordsTheater FordsTheater 1 1Theater
Theater building where the tragedy tragedytook tragedytool tragedytool
tool place and the house today is on onof onof 11 11ot
of the first places vteited vl lted by tourists t thlngton ti tiWashington <
Washington WashingtonIt hlngton hlngtonIt
It is not only an attraction n and CUrl j jOBit Ioslty
oslty OBit because Lincoln breathed his last lastwithin I Iwithin
within Its walls but because of a re remarkabte remarkable
markable collection e of Lincoln relics roliespictures roUesplcturMl relicspictures
pictures and papers incident ttoois ttooispublic to his hispublic hiSpublic
incidentcollection
public and private prlv life This Thiswas This collection collectionwas collectionttoois
was made by Osborn H Oldroyd OldroydPopular OldroydPopular 0 d Y YPopular
Popular With Soldiers SoldiersThis SoldiersThIs SoldiersThis
This building ic designated jcnted a as 516 516Tenth 5161 5161Tenth 516Tenth
Tenth street It was 1UJtonstructed tonstructed in 1S49 1S49by lSl91 1S49by
1 by > Wiliani Peterson a native of Sweden Swedenand Swednand Swedenand
and a tailor by b trade He owned and amioccupied anlOCl andoccupied
occupied OCl pled the house at the time of Lin Lincolns Llncolrs Lincolns ¬
colns death and it was popular with Uh sol soldiers soldiers soldiers ¬
diers as a lodging and boarding house houseIn hOllSIn houseIn
In fact the rocm in which the Presi President Presideut President ¬
dent died was that of a soldier named namedWilliam namedWilliam namedWilliam
William T Clark ClarkHe ClarkHe ClarkHe
He wa was out of the house when the thePresident th thPresident thePresident <
President was brought to his room and anawhen andwh andwhen
when wh n he returned he was as stopped at atthe atth atthe
the th front door by a guard uard of soldiers soldiersHe soldiersHe soldiersHe
He went to t his room and after explaining explain explaining explaining ¬
ing his presence to those with the dying dyingman dyingma dyingman
man ma was as permitted to remain He sat satall satall satall
all night with the President PresidentPurchased Pre3kt PresidentPurchased nt ntPurchased
Purchased by Government GevernmentShortly GovernmentShortly GovernmentShortly
Shortly after the a assassination nation Peter Petersen Petersen Petersen
sen sold the house hou to a printer named namedShade namedShade namedShade
Shade He published a paper in the thebafc theba thebasemnt
ba basemnt bafc m Jn4nt nt and used u ed the upper part of ofthe oft ofthe
the t house fcr his home In 1 1815 88 5 the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Government purchased purchasedthe
the building for 30000 OOO and it has h since sincemaintained sincemalntah sincemaintained
maintained malntah e it and a I bill is now before beforeCongwss beforeCongrt8S beforeCongress
Congress providing providl for the purchase of ofthe orthE ofthe
the two adjoining < < houses and the Old Oldroyd Oldroyd Oldroyd ¬
royd collection collectionThe collectionThe collectionThe
The bill provides for an appropriation appropriationof
of J150000 1500 It is th the intention of 0 those thoseinterested thoseint thoseInterested
interested int < = rESted in the bill to tear down the theadjoining th thadjolnln theadjoining
adjoining premises and to cultivate an anattractive anattntctlve anattractive
attractive park upon each site and to tobuild tobuild tobuild
build an extension to the rear of the thdLincoln th thLincoln theLincoln
Lincoln house hOWleThe houseThe I
The room in which Lincoln died with withtho withth withthe
the th < exception exc4 > ptlnn of a number of relics now nowadorning nowadorniDI nowadorning
adorning the walls 1 II8 is i just jUlftd as it WAS w > As 8 at atthe atthe atthe
the time He was carried carrlellnto into the house houseat
at 1031 oclock at nl night ht t and died the thefollowing tbefol1o thefollowing
following fol1o nJt morning Iomln at < 22 Z without gain gaining gaining gaining ¬
ing consciousnessCIVIL con consciousness consciousnessCIVIL dOU6l1e5 dOU6l1e5CIVIL
CIVIL SERVICE FOLK FOLKWANT FOLKWANT FOLKWANT
WANT GILLETT GILL TT BILL BILLApproval BILLApproval BILLApproval
Approval of the Gillett Gtnettblll bill providing providingfor
for a contributory plan of retirement retirementwas
was 8S made last night by b the dissenting dl entlft1
faction of the United States Civil Sen Service ¬
Ice Retirement Association in Grand GrandArmy GrandArmy GrandArmy
Army Hall when at the annual meet ¬
ing these tb tbfO se e officers were pre elected electedCharles electeorCharle electedCharles
Charles N K Twadel president S E
Faunce vice president acott Nesblt NeabltfPCond Nesbitsecond Nesbltsecond
second vice president pre nt Mrs Jennie L L
Monroe third vice pr dent B R Stone
Jackson treasurer are ana D L Jordan Jordansecretary Jordansretary Jordansecretary
secretary secretaryThe sretaryThe secretaryThe
The session was well attended attendedYACHT aHendedYACHT attendedYACHT
YACHT TOPSY IN PORT PORTThe PORTTile PORTThe
The power yacht Topsy flying the thecolors tMcolon thecolors
colors of the New York Yacht Club Clubis Clubis
is at the Tenth street wharf hart of the
American Ice Company Com pa n arriving yes ¬
terday t rda with Its owner Mr King of
New Yorft and a party of friends A Ashort Afhort Ashort
short stay will b be made >
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WASHINGTON HISTORIC SITE SERIES SERIESNO NO 6 1
House in Which h President Lincoln Died Di eel on Tenth Street Opposite Fords FordsTheater FordsTheater FordsTheater
Theater Building
SENATE COMMITTEE COMMITTEESTANDS COMMITTEESTANDS
STANDS BY ROGERS ROGERSAdds
Adds Amendment Which WhichWill WhichWill VhichTill
Will Till Allow Him to Retire RetireAs RetireAs I IAs
As Rear Admiral AdmiralPaymanter AdmiralPaymaster 1 1I 1Pa7Jra I
Paymaster Pa7Jra ter G General n ral Rogers will be al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed to t retire with th the grade of re rear rearadnlral rearadniral r radnlral
adnlral of th the upper nln nine by y the terms termaof tenmlof termsof
of an amendment which h1 h has been added addedto
to the naval bill by the Senate Commit Committee ¬
tee on Naval Affairs He will ill also hold holdthe boldthe holdthe
the grade a u the bead of the Bureau of ofEquipment ofEquipment ofEquipment
Equipment and Supply The result willbe will willbe willbe
be to increase his pay from JSWO OOI to towith toMOO to3sdfe
MOO < with allowances Other head of ofbureaus orbureaull ofbureaus
bureaus are given a similar promotion promotionChief prornotJonChlet promotionChief
Chief Capos of the Bureau of Con Construction Construction Construction ¬
struction will m benefit by the amendment amendmentin
in the same way wa as Paymaster General GeneralBowers GeneralROJerft GeneralRogers
Bowers find when he retires it will be beas beas bess
as rear admiral of the upper nine The Thecommittee Theommltte Theeommittee
committee has made this amendment amendmentwith amendmentwith amendmentwith
with a view I w to protecting Paymaster PaymasterGeneral Pal1UUlterGeneral aymaster aymasterGeneral
General Rosters R ers who ho will be > forced out outof outor outof
of the department on account of his feud feudwith feudwith feudwith
with Secretary MyerThe Myer MyerThe loyerThe
The committee withdrew the bill from fromthe tromtbe fromthe
the Senate yesterday and reported back backtoday backtoday backtoday
today with several amendments one of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which provides that not more than one onebattleship onebaUleshlp onebattleshlp
battleship shall be constructed by b one onecontracting oneeonlractbig onecontracting
contracting party This was offered by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Penrose to make it easier for forPhiladelphia forPhiladelphia forPhiladelphia
Philadelphia to secure construction of ofone ofone ofone
one of the new warships
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Miss Florence Huntington HuntingtonFully HuntingtonFully HuntingtonFully
Fully Recovered From FromRecent FromRecent FromRecent
Recent Illness IllnessMis
Mis M Miss Florence F FIoem ce Huatingioe H aiin n ef the tIteCoIumWa
Columbia players has recovered OOM OOMppea 0811IJetely oertpletely
pletely Jetely from the I illness that prevented prtedG
her appearante PP ppea ppeaGtrisr in the leading Ie role of ofShe olShe
Gtrisr G Ghis rt last week weekShe e
She improved so rapidly that she was wasable wasable
able to assume 811 umt her place in the com company company company
pany when The TbeNw New York Idea was wasput W8put wasput
put on Monday night and she has now nowinent
fully recovece recovered t She will hare a prem
inent part in The Great Divide next nextweek next nextweek JMlxtweek
week weekBefore weekBefore weekBefore
Before coming to Washington Washln < < ton Miss
Huntington was a member of 0I Olga < < a
Xetherooles company and played playedchef the thechet e echef
chef roles ro in support of the star She
Is i an II expert horsewoman plays golf golfand pitand golfand
and tennis and to a devotee of 0 all out ¬
door sports sportsEXERCISES sportsEXERCISES 4 4EXERCISES
EXERCISES MAY 31 31The 31The 31The
The graduating exercises of Holy
Cross Academy will take place Tues Tneeday Tuesday Tueday ¬
day afternoon May lay 3L 31 These exer exercises exercises exercises ¬
cises will be held at the New Na National National National ¬
tional Theater Invitatipns have been
Issued I ned for the exercises to the friends friendsof
of the Institution
ROCKEFELLER STORY STORYREADS STORYREADS
READS LIKE FICTION FICTIONNev
New 1 Facts Concerning Concer ing Oil OilKing OilKing
King and His Plans phlns InMagazine In InMunseys Inlv
Munseys ManseYsA lv itnsey s Magazine Magazinei Mag zine zineI
i A grapWc graphicaad phIC and interesting Intere un account a count ot ofI otthe otthe
I I the Rockefeller Rockere ler 1t1e Id > a ot o o1g wljat atslio6ld should ld be bedone bene bedone
done ne with withgreat great waaUhls w 1th1S the leading
KAISER LAMPOONED LAMPOONEDFIAT LAMPOONEDFIAT
FIAT GOES FORTH
Army Officers Forbidden toScan to toScan
Scan Pages of Munich MunichComic 11unichComic MunichComic
Comic Paper PaperBERLIN PaperBERLL PaperBERLIN
BERLIN May 1oIa 39 3I 2hBecause Because Staaplicts Staaplictsstmus ShDpUeMmu Simplicissimus
stmus the leading comic political week weekly weekly weekly ¬
ly of Germany G UU1 ns b8 caricature earlcaturetl the IheKaiser lheKa1aer theKaiser
Kaiser in almost t bruta form for u tt IVIlbeJm IVIlbeJmthrough 1lhdmthrough lbelm lbelmthrough
through the minister of war today todaysued t ay is issued issued ¬
sued a secret aecr t decree d reiPioktbttt prohibt1nr ohibIttn every eVery
German army of officer fleer font from reading the thepaper thepeper thepaper
paper and ordering the offtcers to to sign signa m < < n na
a written pledge pl 5e never again to scan scanIts ItCanIts scanits
Its pages pagesSimpltciMlmuc pagesSlmpllcl88lmua pagesSimphdsatmus
SimpltciMlmuc is published In Munich MunichAs
As a separate state Bavaria makes Its Ksown Itsown itsown
own press p laws which are very liberal liberaland 1Iberaland liberaland
and the German government has no noauthority noauthority noauthority
authority tosuppress to suppress the paper paperThe pe paperThe r rMte
The paper which bleh is political In its itstrend Itstlnd itstrend
trend and borders almost almoson on Socialism Socialismhas Socialbmha Socialismhsg
has ha been oen ridku ridiculing ing all forms of leg legal legalauthority 1f tl tlauthority 1 1autborlty
authority and all state institutionsincluding institutions institutionsincluding InstltutlonsrIncludlnt
including theGerman Ul GermaR monarch Ia a arecent are arecent
recent re < < nt toeue Sunplicissimus Slmpllcl8S nue caricatured caricaturedEmperor carlcaturEdEmperor caricaturedEmperor
Emperor William freely treel and mercilessly mercilesslyThe mercl IJI IJITht
The coarseness of toe pictures offend offended oaMdEd offended ¬
ed the Kaiser deeply and although he hedid htdWl hedid
did not take open action it is known knownthat KROwnt knownthat i
that t t he inspired the order ord issued today todayby todaythe todayby i ii
by the minister of war The military militaryauthorities militaryauthorSUM militaryauthorities
authorities inspired lnepl by the Kaiser declare de declare declare ¬
clare they the regard re < < ard such caricatures of ofthe ofthe f fthf
the supreme war lord as most danger daagarous aa < < er eroue
one to his government governm t especially in the thearmr thearm
army arm where loyalty to the monarch monarchandthe monarchand monarchand
andthe and the country are the first principles principlestaught principlestaught principlestaught
taught the officers
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SAMPLf SUIT AND TROUSER SAL SAlfWe SALWe
We have decided to continue this sale of the th Henry Sonneborn Co Costock Costock Costock
stock of highgrade merchanttailored suits and trousers for another ten daysThe days daysThe daysThe
The following prices represent the greatest values in the history of these sales salesCome salesCome salesCome
Come now and let us introduce you to a real bargain bargainThe bargainThe
The Suit Sale of the Season Seas n 1
565 Highgrade Suits15 Suits 15 18 22 2 and 2250 Values toBe to toBe toBe
Be Closed Out at the Unheardof Price of i
Youll Need An Extra xtra Pair of ofTrousers ofA
Trousers TrousersA TroupersYoull
A lot of 345 pairs sample Trousers 4 ancf5valu and 5 values valuesto s sto
to go at the strikingly low price of
229 Per rr
article of Munseys Magazine tor Junewhich June Junewhich
which whl h has Just made its appearanceon appearanceonthe appearance on ont onthe
the t t > news stands standsThe standsThe tandsThe
The articleIB article is entitled e tI1ed The Rockefel Rockefeller Rockef Rockefter ¬
ler Foundation Foun lltlon acfis andAiswritten writtenby by Her HerhertN Her Herhert Herhert
hert hertN N Casson who who ho wJUiln withinthB thpUt thpUtfew the paat paatfew prrstfew
few years hasbecome lies bl bcome < come one one of the fore foremost tormOlt foremost ¬
most maraB4ne ma 87 nc Writbrsofthte wrlttls rltbrsof of thla countryThe country countryThe cO fttry fttryThe
The story teryreadi read like a romance offlc offlclion orftclion of lie lieLion
lion and in It arc a anumber number of ofbrannew ofbrannewfacts bran new newfacts neWfactsCOncemin
facts factsCOncemin concerning the th great reat oil magnate magnatennd 1Jr4 megnotexndhis e end
nnd xndhis nd his plans which navarbefore havebeen have havebeen haV haVbeen
been been made m d public The Th article l 1iolo is illus flueCrated illustrated tJlUtrated ¬
trated CratedProminent tratedProminent tratedProminent
Prominent atponjj atpo the h nine lneot other er spe speial apedal sperial
dal < ial articles in thtenumberare thli this number number are are The TherifteoMoC PheI
I rifteoMoC P1IteoRlt 0tlctID of Peking < 1 by y r Henry HenryJ Henry J Mark 3artii Markmud iI iIII
i II fond nd To ToFamous Famous American Sur Suri SurfOn8 Sureons
i ebns eons by George Geo e W W Sackett TheBra Theivxaof be beof
I of Rich Women with thirteen hlrtteD yet yetIrafU jw jwItraits
Itraits ralu 1 by Walter E Patterson PattersonThe ttq ttqThe sua suaThe
The King Kin of BeWrfma B l m and d HiS HiSThe IliaThe w wThe <
The second Installment of Theilo Theilomance The 0 0mance omance
mance of the Comstock Comst ck Lodeby Lode by Isaac IsaacF IsaacFlltirCOeeoii
F Mareowoh r Mion fs lbPHated p printed nfeii In thi this hUmVftr iiumbiirand hUmVftrand iamv6rand
and Lyjidon L radon Orr has another of The TheIfUnlties Theliiinitlee nleunntUe
IfUnlties of History stories His sub subject subiect subiect ¬
iect in this hS number is I the story to1 of FranzLiszt Franz FraiwLiszt FraAZIfl5zt
Liszt the friend of Wagner WagnerThe WacnerThe 1JlIerThe
The serial stories The Pursuit by byFrank byFrank byFrank
Frank Savile and Periwinkle by Wit William WUH1m Wit11am ¬
liam Farquhar Payson are continued in inthe Inth inthe
the th June number numb < > r Nine short stories all allbreezy aUbreezy allbreezy
breezy and interesting are included ha4Iud inthe in inthe Inhe
the contents Marie B Schrader for formerly formrly formrly ¬
mrly a newspaper newsPa newspaper r woman wOman of Washing Washington Wa lng lngton ¬
ton hag contributed a story entitled entitledMrs entitledtrs entitledMrs
Mrs trs Deanes Caller This story te il illustrated IIi ¬
i lustrated in color by the Kinneys Other Otherstories Othertorte Othertortes
stories torte are contributed by Katherine Katberineggleston KAtobMinde Katherineggleston
ggleston de ton Freeman Putney jr Louiseienne Louise LouiseTennedy LouaeIfnn
Ifnn ienne Tennedy Iy y Cable Susan Hearle Thomas ThomasTom ThomasTotn ThomasTom
Tom L Masffon Made H Meal Frank Frankuidon Frankudon Franknudon
uidon and Joseph J eph L Lawrence LawrenceFrank LawrenceFrank LawrenceF
F Frank a 1 Dempster Sherman and Charles Charlesiiattell Cbarl CbarlattElI Charles3a
3a iiattell tel Loomis with a dosen others othersave otherse othersave
ave e contributed the poetry There are arehe arth arehe
he h customary theatrical and financial financialapartments ftruwcjalfpartmentl flmancialbepartments
apartments the former being profusely profuselyillustrated
illustrated with 1th new photographs of theitaefolkI the the1Meolk I
itaefolkI 1Meolk
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Our Straws Show Which Way Waythe Waythe
the Wind Blows BlowsThere
There are only 269 Hats in this lotuptodate ot uptodate in inr1e instyle
style and dfiniSh finish 2 and 250 values valuesa
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ATTITUDE OF LABOR LABORWILL LABORWILL LABORWILL
WILL BE OUTLINED OUTLINEDOhio
Ohio Voters Vote Asked to Elect Men MenWho MenWho MenWho
Who Carry C rry Union UnionCards UnionCards UnionCards
Cards CardsLabors CardsLabors CardsLabors
Labors political attitude IK 1 to be out outlined outlined outlined ¬
lined in Cincinnati Ohio tonight tonightby NJlghtby
by Frank Morrisrtn X X11e B secretary of theAreicaa the theArcartcan thefIIiean
Arcartcan fIIiean Federation of Labor La when ho hoAd6ro8o hoAdde ho hoaddresses
addresses Ad6ro8o Adde the Trader Trade Union Political PoliticalTtoto PotltlQalt1ab Politicaltiub
Ttoto of that dU eitrMr dUMr lty ltyMr
Mr Morrison Mon1 o who has been be busily busilytngaged bIqIl7ed brollyengaged
engaged ed for several weeks preparingItte preparing preparingliterature lXeparlnliterature < <
literature Itte ature with which labor is to flood floodthe floodthe floodthe
the country between now no and the Con n ¬
1
gressional gre tonal elections will outline to the theunion theunion theunion
union men m n of Cincinnati labors a political politicalprogram poUtIcaIKogram politicalprogram
program He will send home to Ms hisauditors Msauditors Idsauditors
auditors the desire of labor to elect electits deletitll electlts
its own people peopletbe u the > men who carry carT carTunton
union cards He will tell the meeting
how labor wants twenty or thirty if not notmore notmore notmore
more members of Congress who are aremembers arem6ll1bcr5 aremembers
members of union bodies He will urge mogethem urgethem urgethem
them to vote for no one unless friendly
to the cause of laborThe labor laborHis laborIns
His speech will have much to do o with withthe WUkthe withthe
the approaching election e1 ctJon in Ofcfe 0 60 ot otmeinebrs otmmebrs oLmembers
members of the Ohio Legislature LegislatureMAJOR Legi LegislatureMAJOR lature lature1iAJOR
MAJOR JUDSON TO LECTUREMajor LECTURE LECTUREMajor LECTUREMajor
Major William V Judson EngineerCommissioner Engineer EngineerCommissioner En < < Iaeer IaeerCommlaloner
Commissioner of the District will give givean aivan givean
an Illustrated talk on R River and Har Harbor Ha Habor Harbor ¬
bor Improvement before the Washing ¬
ton Society of Engineers at Hauschers Hauschersthis Rau Rausehersthis cber8 cber8thlt
this evening
How to Raise Healthy HealthyChildren healthyJL
JL Children ChildrenLet
i Let them have plenty of exercise exerciseand
4 iand and plenty of
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HAGERSTOWN T0GET T0GETPOSTOFFICE T TO GET T r rPOS
POSTOFFICE POS DFFICIr WING W3NIRepresentative WJNGRepftsentat1ve WINGRepsesentatlve
Representative Pram ha h har o j jsured 1ta 1taRred s ssut
sured sut d that h he will be allowed allowed4b1ena1 t tdUeaal d ddit1onal
dUeaal for the enlargement meIlt of the tb M iMt iMtat gfrt gfrtff fIIt fIItat
> ff oe at Hagerstown in MB dtetrtot 4I Itct If Ifthta ItthIII Ifthis
thta appropriation is made It wilt w8lthat moan moanthat mesathat
that 9tJ aH m6t will be spent by theernmeat the tileenuaeat thetfec
enuaeat fa providing poM oot t et f fties af8i af8itJec
ties te th tile Maryland city ettyMr cttyXr cityMr
Mr Pearce introduced the tIMthe theattllt sflL melting meltingthe BMfckicthe
the additional appropriation after aft osn osnferring 0IpDten1D o e efetrtug
ferring ten1D < < with the offlci otflriato a of OIlDeparaneat the Treasury TreaewrDepartment 1 1Department
Department which is in charge of pob poblie PIIbI I Ilie
lie I buildings ba cJiDp The additional ad Idoa1 monoy DM taeae IMf hi hineeded IIIneeded kneeded
needed to build bu d a wing to the present presentbuilding PNHDtbuUcUa i
building buUcUa < <
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Physicians Recommend Recomuiendcastoria Recomuiendcastoriaas Castoria CastoriaCASTO
CASTO CASTORrceutic RIA has as met with pronounoed ronouncefavor favor on the part art ofphysiciam of h c pharma pharmaoeutioal arms Lannaceutical
ceutic ceutical societies and an medical authorities It f 1 is used use by physicians h withre yrlth yrlthresults with withresults
re results to most gratifying The extended use of o Oastoriar astori is is un questionably uesfoial uesfoialre the tQiresult theresult
result re t of o three facts FiltfThe Frs s > F The indisputable iodiPc u t1o a evidence evi nce that it is is hannles hannlesSecond he mIesS mIesSSecondThat esS esSSecond
Second SecondThat That at it not only allays ass stomach pains aln6 and an quiets the nerves but t assiini assiinilates a aSa1L11 aSa1L11aces iT1 iT1lates L Lnot
lates aces the food a Third Thil It is an agreeable agre able and an perfect su substitute th ute for or Castor actor Oil OilItis OillIt Ollfis
It Itis is absolutely safe e1 It t does not contain any Opium Pi Morphine or other nareotfo nareotfoand Mrooticand narcotian
and an does not stupefy stu e a It t is is unlike Soothing ao Syrups S Sor Batemans Drops Dro Godfreys GodfreysCordial GodfreYBIOordi
Cordial Oordi or l etc This is is a goo good deal a for or a Medical e Journal J ouma to tosay say ays Our tU duty how however ho hoever OW OWever
ever is is to expose e danger and record the means of o advancing health eo1 lie a day dayfor dalfor a afor
for poisoning innocent children through oug ougflat greed ee or ignorance ought ht to end To Toour T Tour fl flCastoria
our knowledge Castoria is is a remedy which produces C0 composure 1P4slare and an anregulating health by byregulating byregulating
regulating the system sYStemnot not by stupefying it itand itau and our readers are entitled l lthe to tothe 1othe
the infomatioiL informationaHalZ7s HaZZs Journal Jou77Z < d of Health HealthLetters BealtkLetters
Letters from Prominent Physicians Physiciansaddressed Physiciansaddressed s O c O ans ansaddressed I
addressed to o Chas ass H Fletcher FletcherDr
R 1 Dr B Halstead Scott of Chicago His says I bYe prescribed pre crJbed year yoorij yomoCastoria
t t i I i ij I Castoria often for Infants during my practice and find It very satisfactory satisfactoryDr 8ti satiafa satiafai faot cy cyDr
i Dr William Belmont of Cleveland Ohio says ys Four Castwla steads steadsfirst t tfirst tm tmfim
first In Its class In my thirty years of practice I can ray I never Il VW have havefound have havefound havefound
found anything that so filled the place placeDr placeDr
1 Dr J Z H Taft of Brooks Brooklyn N 3 Y says I Mve tired t ed rom y our Caetoria Cutodfound sad sadfound
I found It an excellent remedy in my household Bad private practice fee feeNOT el elmany
J man many years The formula Is excellent excel1entDr excellentDr
ALCOH OL PERCElfT Dr H J Hamlets of Detroit Deb says I prescribe reacrife yoer 3 3tallhFfe r Osteris Osterisextensively cut t atxia < < la laextensively
I e tallhFfe potafiailf s extensively as I have never found anything to equal It for r cJUHraas cJUHraastroubles cklratiaI s stroubles
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