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THE ARGUS, HOXDAY lQf 1898.
3 Profsssional Gards.! inouiii. McCASKHIN MoCASKBIN,; Attoraaji at Law. offle over Kroll Masai More; miaa vuuv va maw IKlVh I. C. COHpUXT. B. D. COIMUI. CONNELLY & CONNELLY, AttOriayiatLaw. I Money loaned. Office orer Thomas' ; dine more, eor. neoona avenue at Beventeenib street. O. L. ANDEBSEN, Real Estate. Loan, Insurance and Collection Agency. Room 6, flu ford block. ALEX H. LIDDEBS, 6 Attorney at Law. a, General lesral bustnei, collections, g notary publio. 1707 beoond aveaue, V Buford block. g k JACKSON HUBST, Altorarat Law. S DIM ta Soak island Katiaaal Bank DllUOUfi WM. L. LUDOLPtf, ' Attorney at Lav. HvuntntsM. Baearal Laval Buat- bom, Notary Pablla. IT Baooad are-, sua. Buiord Moo. a. a. aviaa-ar. SWEENEY a L VALEIB WALKEK, At toners an Councillors at Law. O Sea In Benrsvon Bloat CHABLK3 J. 8EABLE. jf- I i state Attorney. OjomUot at law. aoata. OOea la court , McKNIRY MOZNIBY, Atkrneyi at Law. J Loan money on ood Menrtty, mak; IB -jf V" eolleetlOM. Meiaraneo, Kitcnnu K Lynda, bankers, Uffloe, Mitaheil Jj Lynda Bailamt. CUAS. II. HUBBELL, Attorney at Law Justice of the Peace. I Offlea In the City Hall. Toieobone US. i UAVkltmi. IOWA. 1 PHT8I0IAHS. F. II. iIB3T, M. D. Pnjslotan and Surf eon. V T7. Offloe, Efl Twen- rhnfia 4 mm 1MT OftllM. tSS Twen I tleth atreet. Oolee Hours: 10 to li a. i,1 l m.: tto 4 and T tot p. m. Uunday, 8:10 t ' to M a. m.; I:M to S p. m. DR. C0BA EMEBY KEED, Homoeopathic rhjslclan. Fpecll attention to dlaeaaes of worn- ea ab4 ehildren. also dwenRes ot ey, 'a', nw and throat. Ofllce hour M to I i a m., I to 4 p. m. HI biz- leentn street, Uook Lsland. Dit. S. H. M1LLEB. Vetertnarj Surgeon and Dentist. Afl diseases of horses and cattle k treated on approved principles. Sur- S tilln nianm-r. Isits treated All ella promptly at-tendeo to. neiuiience, lf-o a Fifth avenue. Telephone 1 on IW, Uffloe and mnrmary. inia-ini. ruin avenue ijnms Maucker'a stable,) op posite No. I lire bouse. i HI u OW1IW. a U 8ILVIS. i (vKra4lBiaU'a,iTilBaoeaav-b i a IXntist. 9 Pivmis n mid IV Milchcil Lynde buildinx t tllce hours from to li a in. W aud I to p. ui- HOWITHIT". JAMKa Y. HUBBKLL. 4ente an Hop rlntanant Know 41, ktitennli Lynda boilAlnf. I third Boor. Architect and Supertntendenta. oiim i4look, Hreoed Boor. rLOKUT. HKNBTQAETJE. Prop. OMrptaaaoek MBnary. j Cat Ttonara and Tloatiaa ebal Klaaw J 0ty tor, tar Baaood ifnu, Tak Z HH Kit. J RBI heqliahe "Both my wire and mvselfhave been aftin CA.SC'AKETS and txiey are the beat medicine we have ever bad in the house. Last ween my wife was frantic with headache for two days, she tried some of yonrCASCAKETS, and they relieved the pain in ber head almost linnicai&ieiy. we notn recommend uascaretv UKAH. T ED CIO If 11, Pittsburg Safe & Deposit Co., Pittsburg, Pa. P1tannt. Pnlafahlp. Potent. Tnt fiwrf Tin Good, iivver .sukvn. Weaken, or Gripe. tOc 2jc. ioc . CURS CONSTIPATION. ... aitrtiac l4 fMspra;. rklem, MMlird, In Ymrk. SIT KJi.Tfl.fiif PoM n1 einrantem Hy sllclroe. H J" I U'BAv iiU to CIKI Tobacco Habit. IJXJAL. Exrcn tor's Not it. Estate of Elizabeth A. Bowman, deceased. The urnlersifned buvlnir been appointed esc- eutor ot the last will and testament of Kliza- lH"h A. Itownian. late of the county of lioek L!:inu. state of Illinois, deceased, nereby dives nuticu that he will appear liefore the coumy court of Koek Lsland county, at the county court room, in the city of Mock Island, at the Julv term, on the tirst Monday in July next. at wutcti lime ail persons ua iutf claims against suid estate arc notified and requested to at end. for the purpose of having ine huiue ad- iust ed. All persons Indebted to said estate arc re quested to make immediate payment to the unoi'rswneu laled tuts 26th day of April. A. D. 1898. s,. C. B.)WMAN, fAecutor. f'xerutor's Sale of Keal Estate. Known as the FrysiTisrer property at Milan. Hv virtue of power iaves'eil in me as exeeut- I f the last will and testament ot Airnes I rv- .lri.'"T deceased, and by order of the n-phan's court of Haltimore en. v. state or Maryland i will sell at public sale a', the north door of the court house in kh'U isiatiu, in said count. r. state of Illinois, at luo eloi-k a. in. rYiUay. May JO. Is! th' real estate in.'senoPd as iouows: The smith part of the northwest fractional quarter of seeiiou twenty-three in township seventeen, north of rantre two west, contain- fortv and nine one hundredths acres, more or less, inelcdinir improvements, one larire doul.'le two-siorv frame dvvellinir. and live one lorv frame dwellings, two three-siory bnek buildint's. formerly ucd ns alcohol distilleries, three larire onetory brick warehouses, one larL'C brink smoke stack, one frame barn. ete.. all locueu in the town of Milan, countv of lioek lvlaiid. state of Illinois. Terms cash, f -HO deposit required day of ale. I. .1. KitvoisrtEn. executor for Atmes Fry Hinder, deeeased. Kxrrnlrlx'u Sale of Ileal Kxtate. Bv virtue of an order and decree of the "ountv court of lioek Maral couatv. Illiimi made ou the petition of the undersigned. Anna Kinlorf. formerly Anait Wi'.lms, executrix of Ihclasi will ami testament of Jacob VViilms.de eeased. for leave to sell real estate of said de eeased to pay debts, at the May term A. l. is., ol said court, to-wit: On tne 1 day of May. lsns. 1 sh;i!l on Sa'.Jtd.iy the llth day of .luue next, between the hours of ten (10) o elorit in the forenoon and four ( II o clocK m the afternoon of said day. sell at public sale at the north floor ol tne court house, in Kuck Island, in said county, the real estate de scribed as follows: In1 a est three quarters y) of lot four (4) in nloeK t weniv ( JM in enceriL C ase s udui tloa to the c;t v ot Hoe llaiut. lernisofs.de: l:ie hair 1 1 of the purchase price at the time of sale. u:id the remainder in one (1) ear Ironi tlr !ate of saal sale, wilh interest on said balance at six ('ilper cent per annum, st cured bv uioriirat'e upon the real estate so som: or til" entire sum ot tne pur chase money may be paid ia ca-.h, if the pur chaser so l-:ccl. Hifdthts lib day of M:t v A I), ixm Anna Kikihii:)!1. formerl Anna illms ex eeutrix of the estate ot Jacob Willms, de ceased. rubliiation Notice. S. It. Ketiwortby, Solicitor. State of Illinois. liocK Island county, t , SS. In the Couuly Court, Juns term. A. I) , 1898. Petition to sell real estate to pay deb J. Henry Udders, administrator of the estate of Frederick Kramer, deceased vs Dora Hisehoil. John Schmcder. Joseph Sehroeder. Daniel Sehroeder. Uniis 8'hncler. Fred Hchroctlcr. and Minnie fioescr.Jiseph Dreix- ler. Ilarliara Hupp, tluiio Vol Donat Heck ert. I.eoMilil Sehroeder. Joseph heliroeder. Apt'oloaia II. nun. inn. Alois behrocder. Ann Scbioeder, Maria Anna Vol. Iterta Dreixler, Fenlinatifl Sehroeder. Alois Sehroeder. I'.tnelie Sehroeder. Herman -cbroeder. aud l(tsa Sehroeder. lians JotMis. Walter Harm: ue unknown heirs ot' Frederick Kramer and u?e unknown owners of lots ten (li'lund eleven HI I in YYeaiuerucad s addition to the rii " id Uoelt ls..Mid AftMavil if non-resirtcnee of Dora litsehoff, Joseoii Dreixler. Barbara Katp. iluco Vol?., Donat Bickert. U-opold Sehroeder, Joseph Sehroeuer. Appoioma llartmaun. Aloi Sehroeder. Autia Sehroeder. Maria AnnaVol- l(rta Dreixler. Ferdinand tichroedcr. Alois sehroeder. Kmelie sehnetler. rlermau Sehroeder. Ilosa Sehroeder. the unknow lieirs of Frederick Kramer, deceased, and the unkown owuers of l"ts ten (101 and eleven (ill In Weatherhead s addition to the city of Koek Nl.iud. dcreudatits aoovc named, havuitf been lu.-d in the oltiee of the clerk of the coun court of Koek Island county, notice Is hereby riven to lac said Dora Htschoff. Joseph Drclx ler. Ilaibura Kapp. Hiiko Vol. Donat Heekert Leouold chroedcr, Joseph Sehroeder, Appo Ionia llart.tiauu. Alois Sehroeder. Anna Schroedt r. Aiana Anna V ol. Berta Dreixler, Ferdinand S'hrocder. A lois Sehroeder, F.me- lie Sehroeder, Herman Sehroeder. Kosa Sehroeder. the unknown heirs of treucric Kramer, deeeased. and the unknown owners of lots ten (10) and eleven (II) in Weather- head's addition to the city of Koek Island that the said plaint iff. J. Henry Udders, ad ministrator of the cMateof Frederick Kramer. deceased, has bled his petition in the said eonniv court of Iiock Island county for an railer to sell the premises belol-.t'intf to the late of said ueeeasi'd. or so much of it as may be needed to pay the debts ol said lie- eeased. aud described as roaows. to-wit: Uits ten (id) and eleven ( 1 1 ) ui W eather- head's addition to the city of hock island and l.iat a summons has Ineti issued out of said court imaiu-.i you retiirnable at the June term. A. D. IX' oi. of said court, to be holdcn on the tirst Monday of Juno. 1) Is9s. at the court house in the city of Rock Island, iu the couulv of Koek island. Illinois Now unless you. the sa-d Dora Btschoff Jo seph Dreixler. Harh ira Kapp. Hu'O Vobt. Donat Beckort. U'opold Sehroeder. Joseph SchriKiler, AppolM.t Hartuiaun. Alois ScinM'der. Anua Sehroeder. Mria Anna Volt. Berlit DreUlcr Ferdinand Sehroeder. AI.i- Scbnx-der linelie Schroedtu- Herman Sehroeder. Kosa Sehroeder. the unkow-n beirs of Frederick Kramer and the unknown own ers of lots ten (10) and eleven (ID In Weather- head s addition to the city of Koek island ' shall personally be and appear tKfore said county court of Koek Island eourity. on the , tirst day of a term thereof . o be holdon at the eitof koek Island, iu said county, on the first Monday of June. A. D Ihhs. and plead. , answer or demur to the said complainant's petition tiled thereto, toe same and 1 he mat-I tersand tbinirs therein chanred and saiel ; will be taken as confessed, and a decree en-' tered anauist you accordiai! to the prayer of 1 said bill. Hock Inland. Illinois. May 3, 1898. Hj.i.mk Kohi.p.r. Clerk. S. R KissroHTHT, Complataant' Solicitor. Mctt's Nerverine FiDs The treat remedy for nervous pros tration and ail nervous 4 diseases of the generative or bUolvK A.VD AJ-lfcK I slNvi. gans of either sex, such ' lost sions. Cfssive use of Tobacco or Opium, which lead to Consumption and Insanity. $1.00 per box try Joailt 6 boxes tor $5X0. For rate by V. F. Bahnfen, CTnrgjt, corner Team BYSsa al TwenUaU street. ff VlTa) CATHARTIC jl Toe mamn ntoisrCRto 11 t. Nervous Prostration, Fafline or t especially become very fond Manhood, Impotency, Nightly Emis- 9 of it: and infants do not know Xouthlul Errors. Mental Worrv. a. 1 : JJ.J t..:. t4 SIXTY FIVE THOUSAIID he Nurr.oar of Volunteers Mug tered In by the United States Up to Date. . ALL OUB BOYS GO TO CHICKAMAUGA Bnatle of Breaking Camp Brings Oat tke Sadnes of Breaking Tie Real Soldier Life Begins for Many Thousand State Militiamen -Bcport of an Americas Re- pnle Comes from Madrid Havana Has No Reconeentrados Now. Madrid. May 16. A dispatch from Ha- ana says: "Three American warships have re-bombarded Cardenas with shells and have destroyed the British con sulate. The Americans attempted to land men and ammunition when the cannonade was the hottest. The Span- lards, drawn up on shore, replied hotly to, the American Cre, inflicting severe loss on tha enemy. Seven Spaniards were wounded." Key West, Fia., May 16. Captured Hava&a fishermen say the reconcen trades are nearly all dead or have been expelled from the city. The latter, It is added, afterwards died in the suburbs. Washington, May 16. Sixty-five thou sand troops have been mustered in.' Or ders were issued yesterday dlrectin; fifty-three regiments of infantry, eleven light batteries of artillery and thirty troops of volunteer cavalry to go to Chickamauga, nine regiments and five battalions of infantry and four bat teries cf artillery to San Francisco, one regiment of infantry to Key West, four regiments of infantry and nine troops of cavalty to New Orleans, one regi ment of infantry to Mobile, fourteen regiments and seven battalions of in fantry to Washington, and thirteen regi ments of infantry to Tampa. Among those going to Camp Thomas are the folIovinc: Illinois three regiments of infantry, one battery (light) of artillery, one reaiment of cavalry. Indiana three regiments of infantry, two bat t?ries cf artillery. lo.va three regi ntents of infantry. Wisconsin two regi ments of infantry. Michigan two regi ments of infantry. STATE TKOOI'S MOVE SOl'TU. Illinois Men Mart Saturday unil Other " States on VcsU-ruay. Springfie'.d, Ills., May 16. At exactly 8 o'clock Saturday morning the First battalion of the Fifth regiment, com manded by Colonel J. S. Culver, of Springfield, marched through to the depot at Camp Tanner and Immediately bearded the train which is to bear them to Chickamauga. Late in the morning the Jjoys at Camp Tanner were any thing but agreeable and pleasant, i dismal rain was falling, but this was not heeded, so anxious, were they to b off. Most of the partings and "good byes" were said on Friday night, but many anxious mothers and sisters were upon the platform when their boys marched out of camp. The troops were marched into the train immediately, and were given no opportunity for last kiss or shake of the hand. Mothers shed bitter tears, but these only made the situation harder for the boys. The Fifth regiment did not leave Springfield for Chickamauga until late Saturday afternoon, despite the fact that the first section of the Fifth's train left Camp Taaner at an early hour in the morning. A quick run was mad to East St. Louis. The Third regiment did not get away until 9 o'clock Satur day night, in three sections. The two regiments will not arrive at Chicka mauga before this afternoon. Several newspaper men who have been mad war correspondents by their respeetiv papers left Saturday with the regi incuts, and will remain with the Illinois troops. Benjamin Kick, of Chicago, for merly inspector of rille practice of the Sixth regiment, has been appointed sec ond lieutenant of company I, Sixth In fantry, Morrison, to succeed Lieutenant Ernest W. Weaver, resigned. Governor Tanner last night received a messige from Major Crowninshield calling for 100 naval militiamen from Illinois. The naval militia will b mobilized at Chicago. There are eight divisions in the state, and some of th 20 will be taken from each division. Four divisions are located at Chicago, two at Moline. one at Quiney and one at Alton. Colonel Turner, commanding the First regiment, of Chicago, last night received orders, from the war de What Shall Be Done FOR THE DELICATE GIRL You have tried iron and other tonics. But she keeps pak and thin. Her sallow complexion worries you. Per haps she has a little hacking; cough also. Her head aches ; and she cannot study. Give her i sccirs Ecdsica The oil will feed her wasting body; the glycerine will soothe her cough, and the hypophos phhes will give new power and vigor to her nerves and brain. ) Never say you "cannot take cod-liver oil " until you have tried Scott's Emulsion. You will be obliged to change your opinion at once. Uuldren 50c and i.oo ; ail druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, Nor York. . wiau it u swiw tit uaui ivw. partraest o move his command at ence ! to Chickamauga. The First will prob ably leave Camp Tanner tomorrow. Milwaukee. May 16. The first section of the train carrying the Third regi ment, Wisconsin volunteers, left Camp Harvey a Jew minutes before 4 p. m. Saturday. The regiment was moved In three sections, which left about twenty minutes apart. The Third regiment is in charge of Colonel Moore. The sec ond regiment, Colcnel Born cemmand itg, left Camp Harrey Sunday morninst for Chickamauga lit a train comprising three sectona The first section pulled out at 9:45, the second at 10:50 and the third at 11:20. The troops are being conveyed over the Chicago, Mhvaukee and St Paul railway as far as Chicago, thence south over the same route aa taken by the Third regiment. Island lake, Mich., May 16. At mid night yesterday the first section of the train bearing the Thirty-first Michigan volunteers left here for Chickamauga park. The men carried three days' traveling rations and ten days' field ra tions. The train was divided Into three sections, running twenty minutes apart and was composed of tourist sleepers. But three days' traveling rations were carried, as the men expect the Journey to last out thirty-eight hours with stops at Dayton, O., and Somerset. Ky. Chickamauga National Park, May 16. The Third Wisconsin volunteer in fantry arrived at Chattanooga in three sections, fifteen cars each, at 2:30 o'clock this morning 1,026 men and officers. They remained in the city until morn ing and came to the park at 7 o clock. The Third Illinois arrived at 5 o'clock and the Fifth at 7 o'clock. Island Lake, Mich., May 16. All Inter est centered in the departureof theThir- ty-first Michigan volunteer infantry for Chickamauga. hlth took place yester day afternocn TJie route will be from this point to TtrTiit, tj Toledo, to Cin cinnati, to Chattanooga, and thence to the rendezvous at Chickamauga. the trip occupying about three days. An enormous crowa saw tne men err. About the only work to be done in camp now is the fitting out or the re maining three regiments as far as the state can do so. All tke men In camp have been examined, and the companies to come here have gone through the saine process at their home stations. Pes Moines, la.. May 16. The eecond regiment will be mustered into the United States service as the Fiftieth owa volunteers. The war department has been notified that the regiment will be ready to leave Des Moines Tuesday. Transportation contracts have been made to take the troops to Chicka mauga pari:. The First regiment will lose its chaplain, Rev. Thomas E. Greene, of Cedar Rapids, today. Dr. Greene is president of the standing committee of the Episcopal church of Iowa and the direction of the affairs of the church devolve upon him by the death of Bishop Perry until a new bish op is chosen. He has resigned, having remained here to make a farewell ad dress at the Sunday services in camp. Dr. Greene has been chaplain of the First regiment ten years and knows per sonally every man in the regiment Des Moines, la.. May 16. Great im portance is attached to the orders from Washington, making places for four regiments of Iowa volunteers. Hareto- ore only three regiments have been counted as going. The Second regiment will probably be ready to leave next Thursday. TO SHATTER SPAIN'S SHIPS. Chicago Kan Invent a Shell Which Is Sadd to Be Terror. Emil Gathmao of Chicago, an expert in the manufacture of steel, who has held important positions at the Krupp aud other celebrated gun factories, vis ited the Carnegie Steel works in Pitts burg recently and made arrangements for a test of a new explosive shell re cently invented. The results of the test may determine the duration of an en counter of American ships with Spanish men-of-war. The manufacture of sample shells be gan the other day. George W. McMil- lin, the inveutcr, arrived from Chicago and with Mr. Gathman has been work ing on the shells. About a dozen are to be manufactured by the Carnegie con cern. They will be put tbrongh a rigid examination by government experts at Sandy Hook. The invention has already been offer ed to the government, and the navy de partment stands ready to accept it pro vided the shell fills all requirements. The inventor refuses to say anything re garding mem except that tbey are ol a more dangerous natnre than any pro jectiles now in use. Tho shells are in tended for the large coast defense guns, and will, it is said, destroy a worship within a distance of 1500 yards of their striking point Chicago Record. CAPTURED FITZ-HUGH LEE. War Experience Recalled by aa Old Sol. dier In Iowa. E. S. Sylvester, who lives at Alexan der, north of Eldora, la., was in the Union army and had the honor of cap turing and taking prisoner Consul Gen eral 1 ltz-Ungb Lee of present Cnban fame and the man who has stood up for these United States both nnder the Cleveland and McKinley administra tions in a manner to win him fame and honor. Mr. Sylvester's story is that he and companions rode up to a residence in a southern plantation looking for rebels. Around the house and inclosing a garden was a low fence, over which these scouts promptly jumped their horses, riding np to the porch which surround a these southern huusea. Ont of the front dour stepped a bare headed gentleman. Said he: "Yon are evidently looking for something. Do yon wish to see any one in particular?" "Yes, sir," said the o facer in charge. "We are looking for Confederates, and want them." "Well," said General Lee, as cool as when he sailed away from Cnba the other day, "I'm a Con federate, and yon probably want me. My name is Lee." And they wanted him and took him. St, Loois Globe-Demo crat. Something Spanish Always Weleasna. A false report that the Spanish mack erel has been ordered ont of American waters appears to have originated in Mo bile. New Orleans Times-Democrat. MUSINGS AROUND MILAN. Interesting Hatch of Srws FrosB the Toss on the Hennepin. Milan. Mav 16. Miss Ella Gannon, of Yar.ilruff's island, visited in Milan Wi'iliicsdav. Mr. and Mrs. William Clark, of Bowling. sH-iit Friday in Milan. Airs. 1. b. la pp. of lavlor Uidge. visited f lie mis in Milan Thurstlav. Mrs. B. St Vrain and baliv. of Kin k Island, spent Suudav with the Misses Canuijxhan. i. V. Kinaman, of Bowline, has iTo:n? into the photograph business in Koek Island. Mrs. H. ISmliaker. of Buffalo Prairie, is visiting with her sisters, the Misses C'.irnajrhan. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander P.intrli.-un. of Howling. sn'iit Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Koliert Adams. Mrs. James Dickson, of Milan. spent Saturday wilh her son. James Dickson, of Black lLiwk. Miss Carrie Fay. of Bock Island, spent last Sunday at the home of Wilsou Matthews, of Ginger Hill. Uev. II. V. Belurd aud Btv. J. B. Kultci- attended the state Smidav scliool convention last week in Gales bunr. 11. L. Fruuuiii. our popular drug gist, celebrated his loth birthday last Wednesday. He has beeu in business in Milan since 1879. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Beuu attended the funeral of Mr. Beuu's uncle last Monday, and Saturday that of his grandmother, at Orion! Mrs. 1. l'hilebar gave a parly Thursday in honor of Mrs. Bailey Wright, of Chicago, who is visiting with friends and relations. Martin Weaver, one of our Milan boys, is now a member of Com pany F, of Moline, Cth Illinois volunteers, and orderly for Col. Foster. ' The city of Milan stopped work on the storm drain last Tuesday owing to there licing too much water in (he irronnd. The town cannot diff the drain when the water is high and when it is down thev don't need it. Mrs. William Brietbach. of Van drulT's island, had the misfortune of breaking through the outside cellar door l-'ridav and falling in such a wav as to break her arm. Dr. Beruhardi, of Bock Island, adjusted the fracture. Milan Modern Woodmen Camp o. b gave a supper 1 uestlay even ing. Neighlxtriug lodges were in vited, and about 20 Rural Woodmen attended. Sudixt was served bv Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McMichael aud all had a good time. Local Markets. rora--.2.30c. Oats--JSe. Hay -1 Imothy, aiO; wild, 78. Str.iv-ftS. lVtatoes -fiStfGoc. Butter Fair to choice, 15c; fresb creamery, inc. FlTlTS-DC. Chickens 6c . Co:U- Soft. 10. Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers ''w-HiC; cows and heifers, JtfjJttc; calves. I'-aa'-iC. IF YOU WANT TO " 1 Eat Well, Sleep Well, 1 fir s- I . Get Strong, I J TRY AT ONCE jj 1 SANITARIUM . j 1HI-HI BITTERS I sM s- It's the World's Greatest Tonic and Will Surely Touch the Spot. 1 m m ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS and SAL09HS d m d WWtSWlSWIHIIl.UssI AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OCR EIGHT TO " ' THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND "ITTCHER'S .CASTORLV A3 OUR TRADEMARK. ! , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Ilyannis, ifassackusette, ' was the originalcr of "CASTORiA,- ihc same ilat lias borne and docs now bear oh every.' ihe facsimile signature ofQSt&zM&jfa wrapper. This is the original "C ASTO R I A" which has been used in the homes of ihe Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY di the wrapper and sec that it is the hind you have always bought r cn the and has the signature of Ouzflfffagfa wap. , per. No one has authority from me to use my name except ' The Centaur Company, cf which Chas. E Fletcher is President 1 March 24, im'Q &&jt, Dp Not Be Deceived. Do not endanger the life of your cnild by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may otter you ' (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the, iu-. gredients of which even he does not know. "The Kind You Have Always. Bought BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF Insist on Having The Kind That Ifever Med Ton. thc ccmtmi cestram. tt stusajiv araccr. m wo citt. 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