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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1891)
Let ino coino In where you clt weeping aye ,
Ixt me , who have not any child to die ,
Weep with you for thu little ono whoso love
I liavo known nothing of.
The HtUe nrniH that slowly , slowly loosed
Their pressure rouad your neck the hands you
To kits. Such nrnrs , mich handy I never icnew ;
.May I not weep with you ?
Fain would I hu of service say some thing
Between the tears that would he comforting :
But ah ! BO sadder thnn yourselves am I ,
Who Imvc no child to die.
Jnmes Whitcomb Riley in Century.
THE SHIP WENT DOWN ,
A beautiful story 1ms coino to me. A
story be.'tutiful in its sadness , its hero
ism and its devotion ; a story which
brings into the prosaio Nineteenth cent
ury a glimpse of that romanticism , chiv
alry and sacrificial love supposed to be
long so peculiarly to the crude and ro
mantic mediaeval times. Forty years
ago the incidents which I will try to nar
rate in the words of another happened.
This other , an old Englishman , is now
a man with silvered loclcs and sweeping
beard. In his younger days he was a
midshipman in the navy of Great Britain.
He also was something of an amateur
artist , and after leaving the English serv
ice came to this country. When only a
boy I was a favorite of his , and for long
hours I would sit upon his knee or beside
him on a low footstool and listen to his
tales of the sea , and my youthful heart
would be fired and I would determine a
sailor to be. "We would sit together in
the winter evenings , with no light save
the firelight , now a shadow on the wall ,
then flickering etrong and bright. Tli ere
was a picture over the mantel , a picture
which showed the crude hand of the
amateur , yet was strong. It had been
his last and best effort. It was a repre
sentation of the finale of the story which
he told me. The picture , or rather the
woman's face in the picture , had , young
as I was , made a strong impression upon
me. It was not the beauty of the face ;
it was not the excellence of the picture ;
it was not the scene that so affected me.
He said she was beautiful. If so he
tailed in portraying her physical beauty.
But the expression of that face , the in-
tangible , spiritual something that eeeni-
ed to emanate from and hover around
and about it was marvelous , and made
of the ordinary picture a master stroke
and covered up all the defects as chari
ty covereth a multitude of sins. The
face , radiantly happy , and a portion of
* the throat alone were visible , and that
face was sinking , sinking , even now , be
low the surface of the ocean to be lost
forever , and yet a glory shone upon it
as if the first beam from the opening
gate of heaven was shining there ; and
she was young and rich and had posi
tion. The sea wat a sea of glass , and
there was no "painted ship upon that
painted ocean. " Close in a strong man's
arm she was held , and her face rested
against his , which was not so distinct as
was her own.
Many a time I had asked for the story
of that picture , and my friend would not
tell it me , for it saddened him , and he
thought I was too j'oung to comprehend
and sympathize with the spirit tff the
story. But lust week , when on a visit
east , I : uet him for the first time in years ,
and sitting in that old room before that
picture he told me the story.
"As you know , I was a middy in her
majesty's service. It was my third year
on the ocean wave , and I and my
friend and protector , Jack Sutherland ,
the second lieutenant , had just reported
to the Golconda for service. The Gol-
conda was to sail the next day for India.
"Jack Sutherland was some years
older than I , and as we had both come
from the same neighborhood he had con
stituted himself my protector. In my
young eyes he was invested with all pos
sible manly qualities and excellencies ,
and I loved him as only a young boy can
love and admire a young man who is not
only his friend arid adviser , but his ideal
as well. But everybody on board loved
Jack , from the lowest sailor to the cap
tain , always Mnd , courteous , amiable
and manly. And he was strong and
handsome , too. "Was it any wonder then
that Nellie Westinghouse loved him ?
"Miss "Westinghouse came on board
early on the morning of the day on which
we sailed. She was the daughter of the
viceroy of India. Her school days in
England were completed , and she was to
join her father and bis family in India.
.She was tall and rather slender , with a
form of loveliness and grace. Her hair
was raven black , and her eyes large and
blue , wide open in their innocent sur
prise , features that were perfect , a com
plexion of dazzling whiteness , and a
voice that had all the melody of music.
If there is anything in the affinity of
persons and souls , those two seemed cer
tainly intended for each other.
"The anchor was lifted , the vessel
sailed away , and the cliffs of old England
sunk low upon the horizon and disap
peared. It was at dinner , the first day
out , that Miss "Westinghouse and Lieut.
Sutherland met. A long voyage was be
fore us , and as a large and gay party
was on board , the evenings were spent
in delightful entertainments ; but soon ,
as is nearly always the case , certain
affiliations of persons and sets were no
ticeable. The decided preference exhib
ited for each other's company by Miss
Westinghonsa and Lieut. Sutherland
soou bec't- ; : i matter of remrk , and a
positive suarc3 of uneasiness to Maj.
and Mr.s. Br .alcy , in whose charge Miss
"Westiughouse was sailing and to the
captain of the ship , who was warmly at
tached to Jack.
"Sir John "Westinghouse , the father of
Miss Nellie , was a proud , cold man , and
would never have sanctioned any at
tentions paid to his daughter by a pen
niless lieutenant in the service. He was
too proud of his race and name , his po
sition and his gold. Mrs. Bromley spoke
warningly to Nellie , and Capt. Richards
more thiin once spoke to Jack of the
almost insuperable obstacles to his xinion
with the daughter of Sir John "Westing-
house. He told him that the end of the
voyage would be the end of all , and that
two "hearts , saddened and miserable ,
would be torn asunder to go their sepa-
rate ways. Bet since the birth ol' time
what two people in love ever heeded the
advice of another ? If they did they
were not in love.
"They loved , as they felt themselves ,
with a love that was more than love and
while each recognized that they would
be separated at the end of the voyage ,
they resolved to blind themselves to that
awful thought , and , at least , revel with
out alloy in the brief happiness allotted
them. They would live alone in the
present , which was so intensely bright
that it hid the blackness of the future.
The days wore on , the love grew strong
er and the stately ship sailed like a swan
over the undulating glassiness of the
sea. Happy hearts were on board that
"The hours lengthened between them
and England and the hours of love grew
shorter. In just one week they would
be in Bombay , and she would go from
him , and at the thought they loved still
more fondly and sipped the shortening
cup of sweetness , which now began to
have , perforce , a tincture of bitterness
"We were three days out from Bom
bay. It was a glorious morning ; a stiff
breeze was blowing , and the sea as it
rose and fell , long and even and deep ,
shone in a reflected glory that almost
equaled the sun itself. The bells had
hardly ceased tapping when Jack came
on deck. He thought the ship had a
lurching , loggering motion that was un
usual. It kept increasing , and soon
the cry of "A leak ! A leak1' ! was heard.
Jack gave a few hurried orders , and the
sailors and carpenters went to work with
a will. The ship lurched heavily now
and was visibly sinking. The hammer
ing in the hold continually jarred above
the noise on deck , but the old ship was
sinking fast. ,
"Jack's duties called him everywhere.
The boats were lowered and all the la
dies and passengers ordered in. Jack
saw Nellie for an instant and kissed her
a passionate good-by. In the rush that
ensued Nellie and Mrs. Bromley were
separated. In fact , Mrs. Bromley in her
terror , never thought of Nellie until her
boat was far away from the sinking
ship , and waited patiently for the ar
rival of the other boats confident of see
ing Nellie there.
"All the boats and all the passengers
were gone. The soldiers and sailors ,
mart-rs as they were , were drawn up in
line , not forsaking their charge , as they
and it slowly sank. Grim , without an
evidence of terror , stood the brave fel
lows. Jack was looking out over the
sea toward the boats , trying in the mo
ment of death to get ono last glimpse of
his love. The ship was shivering now
and sinking fast.
" 'Jack ! '
"Every one turned , and there stood
Nellie , dressed in white , pure as an an
gel , and seemed a visitor from heaven
come to guide them home. She glided
across the deck , a radiant smile was
upon her face , her arms were extended
to her lover. He took her without a
word , pressed a Mss upon her forehead
and held her close , and still the radiance
of unseen things was upon her face
raised so lovingly to his.
* * * * * *
"The ship went down. While strug
gling in the water a rafter came to me ,
and I clung to it. I looked around , and
on the crest of a wave being borne
toward me were Nellie and Jack , as you
see them there. Her face was raised to
heaven and his , and all the happiness of
angels was depicted there , and then
the waters came over them and"
My friend's eyes were wet with tears ,
and I had heard the story. Cecil Hast
ings in Omaha World Herald.
The Peck Over Bank.
Did you ever hear of the Peck Over
bank ? There is a peculiar story con
nected with the title of the institution.
The Peck Over bank , which at the time
of the South sea trouble had another
name , was located on Lombard street ,
London. It was a conservative institu
tion , as it is now , and when the bubble
burst nobly withstood the run upon its
resources. When every claimant had
been paid in full the cashier found that
he had a quantity of specie still on hand.
He was an enterprising fellow and saw
a chance for an advertisement. He pro
cured a peck measure , and filling it up
with golen guineas placed it in the win
dow of the bank to notify passers by
that that institution , at least , was all
When the directors met the next morn
ing they showed their appreciation of
the cashier's idea by promptly changing
the name of the bank to the "Peck Over
bank , " which title it bears to this day.
Interview in Pittsburg Dispatch.
The Thrifty Oatmeal King : .
A short , nervous German stepped up
to the Auditorium register the other day
and ornamented it with the name F.
Schumacher. While he did so a lobby
lounger gave to the club man these facts
concerning the well known "oatmeal
king" and Prohibition leader. Mr.
Schumacher is & millionaire , earned by
bis own exertions. His daily work is
indicated by a remark made in a recent
interview upon the eight hour work day :
"I believe in it , for Pve always worked
on the eight hour system myself eight
hours before lunch and eight hours
afterward. " He dresses very plainly.
His sons dress faultlessly , and they have
often tried to get the old gentleman
himself to pay a little more attention to
matters of dress , but they have failed.
As Sung ; by a Gamin.
Mrs. Henry M. Stanley when Miss
Dorothy Tennant was almost the first
lady in London to practice "slumming. "
She used to befriend little street vaga
bonds , and reward them for good be
havior by teaching them to play familiar
airs with one finger on her piano , and
sing them to an accompaniment. She
relates of her experiments , with much
delight , that one young guttersnipe was
heard to render "Rule , Britannia !
Britannia rules the wave ! " as follows :
Rule , Britallion :
Britallion ruins the whales.
True 'carted Britons
Never , never shall bo slain.
4 for Cale t ;
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MCCOOK , NEBRASKA.
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1 Certificate of Election ,
2 Election Notice i
3 Official Bond I
4 Oath of Office
5 Oath , Notice and Keport of Special Bom
6 Commission to Locate Koad and Report..G
7 Petition for License to sell Liquor. 1-
8 Bond for License to Sell Liquor ]
0 Liquor License P
10 Koad Overseer's Annual Settlement I
11 Voucher 1
12 Certificate of Acknowledgement A
13 Certificate of Official Character J <
14 Certificate of Association 1-
15 Affidavit for Bounty on Scalps I'
1G Certificate for Bounty on Scatps I'
17 Homestead Exemption J unds >
18 Homestead Exemption Lots 1
19 Listing : Acreage I
20 Report to Secretary of Stale of Official
Signature , etc 1-
21 Abstract of Election Returns J
22 Road Petition 1
23 Notice to Appraisers 1
24 Appraiser's Oatti and Report 1
J5 Commissioner's Appointment and Report <
U. S. LAND OFFICE.
1000 Pre-emption Proof. Witness Claimant. . I
1001 Homestead Prool , Witness Claimant. . . I
Pre-emption Proof. Affidavit required.
Pre-emption Claimant 1
1003 Homestead Proof. Affidavit required.
Homestead Claimant I
1004 Affidavit required of Claimant 1
10U. > Pre-emption and Homestead Affidavit. . ) >
1006 Homestead Application U
1007 Homestead Affidavit in two colors (
1008 Declaratory Statement 1 }
101/J Timber-Culture Certificate B
1010 Timber-Culture Entry , Final Affidavit. . 11
1011 Timber-Culture Proof F.
1012 Homestead Certificate U
1013 Homestead. Notice Final Proof 1'
1014 Notice for Publication II
1(115 ( Certificate us to Pitting Notice 1) )
IG1B Tiiiiber-Culturu AlUdnvit H
1017 Affidavit Additional Homestead H
1018 Timber-Culture Application II
1019 Additional HomePtead Application It
1020 Cash Entry Certificate II
10-1 Notice of ApplicntionPrc-einption II
1022 Pre-emption Proof Jt
IPS ) Notice of Timber-Culture ; It
1024 Notrce of Contest ] f
lOi'j Affidavit of Contest Timber Claim C
I02C Affidavit of Contest Homestead r
1027 Non-Mineral Affidavit H
1028 Timber-Culture Proof 1)
1029 Homestead , Pre-emption , and Commu
tation Proof D
U. S. CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURT.
1050 Bill of Foreclosure (
1051 Answer D
[ OttJ Demurrer F
1053 Replication B
1054 Decree D
1055 Affidavit for" Order F
1056 Order F
Deposition Envelopes B
Subpoena of U. S. Commissioner B
Subpoena of Examiner
Complaint B ,
Notice to take Deposition F
Notice to take Deposition , do bene esse F
Notice of Oral Examination of Witness and
Recognizance of Witness *
Prisoner's Recognizance F
Recognizance to appear before Commiseion'rF
U. S. Commlsflioner's Certificate of Atten
dance of Witness
U. S. Commissioner's Certiflo te of Atten
dance of Witness V
Kil Cotirt Wrappers civil F
102 Court Wrappers criminal F
103 Court Wrappers transcript of judgm't..F
104 Summons original B
105 Summons copy B
! 06 Summons in Error - B
107 Summons in Forcible Entry and Detainer It
10S Subpoena original F
109 Subpoena copy U
110 Subpoena before Grand Jury A
111 Subpoena in Criminal Cases B
112 Attachment , Affidavit F-
113 Attachment , Orderof F
114 Attachment for Contempt B
115 Precipe B
116 Execution , B
117 Execution on Transcript B
118 Verdict of Jury i B
119 Venire Facias B
120 Jury and Witness List F
121 Unclaimed Witness Fees F
122 Order of Sale F
1 3 Vendi B
124 Fee Bill t E
125 Capias F
J26 Notice to take Deposition F
127 Deposition Envelopes B
1'8 Commission to take Deposition F
129 Caption ana Certificate of Deposition..D
130 Bond for Costs F
131 Bond in Replevin F
132 Bond in Attachment F
133 Stay Bond F
134 Appearance Bond F
135 Injunction Bond .F
] 3" Certificate of Admission to the Bar F
137 Writ of Restitution B
138 Indictment F
139 Petition in Replevin F
140 Affidavit in Replevin F
141 Order of Delivery in Replevin F
142 Clerk's Certificate of Grand Jury A
143 Oath of Witness before Grand Jury A
144 Certificate of Witness civil case A
823 Power of Attorney , Convey Reml Estate..F
814 Abstract of Title D
ji.5 Abstractor Title short form F
826 Abstract of Title G
827 Abstract Affidavit B
828 Agreement for Warranty Deed F
8-9 Ans.ractoETitle D
830 , ' ' i-iincnie of Satisfaction of Mortgage..B
831 City I/ense F
832 Hi-lease of Mechanic's Lien B
833 Mortgage Deed F
834 Administrator's Deed F
901 Chattel Mortgage long form F
902 Chattel Mortgage F
903 Chattel Mortgage short form F
904 Chattel'Mortgage 'F
905 Bill of Sale F
! W Application for a Loan. ; F
907 Articles of Agreement F
908 Township Plats 6 inch F
909 Township Plats 9 inch E
910 Township Plats 12 Inch D
911 Plata with sixteen 6-inch plats on one
912 Coupon Note 6 coupons C
913 Coupon Note 10 coupons F
914 Soldier's Discharge 3 colors red , blue..E
915 Power of Attorney. General F
916 Contract for Sale of Real Estate F
917 Affidavitof Vendor or Lessor F
918 Druggist Permit B
919 Physician's Statement F
920 Agreement for Building D
921 Statement of Liquor Sold F
92 Pedigree C
923 Coupon Mortgnire Note D
924 Power of Attorney F
925 Six-inch Plat.printed D
926 Certificate of Survey F
127 Chattel Mortgage Release A
U2S Note 10 coupons F
929 Dental Statement F
930 Dental Certificate F
931 Farm for Sale B
Scale Books , 500 tickets.
Poison Register. '
Attorney's Receipt for Books Loaned ; 100 , 200
and 300 leaves to book ; 6 receipts to page.
Attorney's Pocket Docket , 2 forms.
Attorney's Complete Docket
Police Judge's Dockets.
Surveyor's Field Note Books.
Examiner's Report for Loan Agent s Notes.
; t'.i t uiiftfiii or'v'lnlii Atldpii" " /
< Ai uiili'mi * Hciiritiff I
3-il Ofurco I
yu MibpuMiu lung form . " . t
Docket * .
lioconls. plain and printed.
Kfuoru ot fees received.
Curd , with list of leeu for olllce use.
101 Petition for Lotteia of .Administration. . . I
HKi Loiters of Administration mid Onili I
4kJ Administrator's Llond I
104 Inventory by Administrator , E.xeuiitor.
1C5 Administrator's , Executor's and Guar
dian's Keport. . , (
406 I'etitiou for Letters Testamentary I
1U7 Letters Testamentary r
1U8 Executor's Uond H
409 Petition for Appointment of Guardian. . I
4IU Guardian's Uond with Uuth
411 hollers of Guardianship I
413 Notice of Probate of Will A
i3 ! Notice of Settlement A
414 Citation I
415 Claim llill short V
410 Claim HIM loiiff *
417 Warrant to Commis'nr to Assign Dower.G
41U Appraiser's Commission realty (1
119 Appraiser's Commission personalty < 3
tiO Appraiser's Commission property al
lowed widow P
121 Allidarlt on Application for Marriage LIcense -
122 Marriage License and Certificate !
423 Marriage CertiUcate three colors red.
preen and gold G
424 Petition for Letters of Administration. .11
425 Letters of Administration 1
4.'t ! Administrator's Uond 1
4 7 Administrator's Notice 1
428 Petition for Letters Testamentary *
4'i9 Letters Testamentary E
I'M Executor's Uond 1 *
431 Notice to Creditors of Estate H
4'KJ Appointment of Appraiser 11
433 Certificate of Probate of Will t
501 Sheriff or Master Commissioner' * 2eod..D
502 Deed under Tax Lien D
503 Deed under Mortgage , D
504 Deed under Execution H
50 * . Delivery Bond
500 Appraisal . ' . F
507 Application on Appraisal F
508 Sheriff's Sale , F
509 Ueturu to Order of Sale F
510 Heturn of Execution F
511 Indemnity Uond F
612 Inventory and Appraisement o ? Proper
ty Attached. . . ! F
513 Notice to Garnishee It
504 Garnishee Summons F
Itccord of Fees Received.
Curd , with list of fees for office use.
551 Treasurer's Statement B
5 , " > 2 Treasurer's Report E
553 Treasurer's Tax Deed P
554 Report to County Clerk of Lands Sold
for Taxes P
6T 3 Distress Warrant 1 ]
Receipts for Fees and Licenses ; original and
duplicate ; in Uooks.
Receipt for Partial Payment on Warrants , In
Redemption Certificate books of 200.
Certificates for Tax Sales books of 200.
Receipt for School Moneys.
Tax Collector's Receipts books of 100.
Record of Fees Reeeived.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
601 Court Wrappers F
302 Summons original B
603 Summons copy B
604 Summons against Garnishee B
505 Subpoena original A
3U6 Subpoena copy A
607 Venire for Jury B
608 Affidavit for Undertaking fet Order of
609 Orderof Attachment B
610 Order for Sale of Attached Property. . . F
611 Affidavit against Garnishee B
612 Notice to Garnishee B
613 Replevin Summons B
614 Appeal Undertaking B
615 Undertaking for Costs B
516 Execution B
617 Complaint A
618 Warrant B
619 State Warrant B
620 Order or Arrest A
621 Undertaking in Order of Arrests B
622 Mittimus Bailable Cases B
623 Mittimus in Cases not Bailable B
624 Recognizance B
625 Commitment for Contempt B
626 Affidavit for Search Warrant. B
627 Search Warrant B
628 Complaint to keep the Peace B
629 Warrant on Complaint to Keen the Poacn B
201 Affidavitof Insanity A.
2112 Warrant of Arrest f-
203 Subpoena of Witness H
204 Commission of PliyHician H
205 Heturn of Physician G
206 Warrantor Admission K
207 Warrant of Admission duplicate It
301 Court Wrapper civil F
J02 Court Wrapper criminal F
J03 Summons original U
304 Summons copy U
305 Term Summons orijrinnl H
J)6 ( ) Term Summons -copy B
307 Subpoena original B
J08 Subpcenn copy , H
J09 Execution It
810 Affidavit and Undertaking in Attachm't F
Jll Orderof Attachment H
(12 ( Appeal Undertaking H
313 Complaint B
314 Statement of Costs V
315 Replevin Summons H
316 Assignee's Inventory D
317 Schedule of Assignee D
318 County Judge's Certificate as to notice of F
319 Inventory and Appraisement by Sheriff..D
320 Bond for Assignee F
321 Notice of Day of Adjustment B
322 OrdProf Distribution F
323 Final Order of Discnarjre B
324 Request to Prosecute Suit F
325 Assignee's Deed D
326 Judge's Order Allowing and Classifying
327 Proof of Claim F
630 Recognizance to Keep the Peace F
631 Estray Notice B
132 Notice of Constable's Sale B
Dockets. Cap and Demy.
Cards , with list of fees for office use.
" 01 Protest and Original B
" 02 Notice of Non-Payment of Note A
" 03 Notice of Non-Pay ment of Bill of Exch'gA
Notarial Records ; two ana three ; same form
Cards , with list of fees for office use.
751 Appointment of District Officer to fill
752 Scholars'Monthly Report B
" 53 Teacher's Contract B
754 Treasurer's Uond B
755 Request tor calling a Special Meeting. . . B
750 Notice of Special Meeting B
" 57 Notice of Annual Mretiiur B
758 Certificate of School Tax Levied B
759 Request for calling Special Meeting to
vote on Bonds B
"GO Notice for Special School District Meet
ing to vote upon the Issue of Bonds B
761 History of School Uondp D
782 School Bonds , Lithographed , Blank Am't
801 Warranty Deed half sheet P
802 Warranty Deed full sheet , full coven't.D
803 Warranty Deed full sheet , full cove
nant with dower D
804 Warranty Deed F
805 Special Warranty Deed F
S0 Uond for Deed P
807 Agreement for Warranty Deed F
803 Agreement for Warranty Deed long fmF
509 Quit-Claim Deed F
510 Quit-Claim Deed short form F
811 Quit-Claim Deed P
812 Mortgage "hort form F
813 Mortgage long form , full sheet D
814 Mortgage with Inrcrest. Attorney's Fees
and Insurance Clause D
815 Mortgage with Int. and Insurance ClauseD
816 Trust Deed full sheet D
817 Release of MorU.d > e lees form F
818 Release of Mortgage short form B
819 Assignment ol Mor age long form V
820 Assignment of Mortgage short form B
821 Lease : g
122 Mechanic's Lien F
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium , Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric , Drops , Soothing Syrups , and Castor Oil. < 1
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd ,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles , cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food , regulates the stomach
and bowels , giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria Is on excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers hare repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children. "
Da. G. C. OSGOOD ,
Lowell , Mass.
" Castoria Is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children , and use Castoria in-
stead'of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones , by forcing opium ,
morphine , soothing syrup and other hurtful
agent ? down their throats , thereby sending
them to premature graves. "
Du. J. F. KrscnrxoE ,
Conway , Ark.
" Castoria 3 so vrell adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me. "
H. A , Ancnzit , M. D. ,
Ill So. Oxford St. , Brooklyn , N. T.
" Our In the '
physicians children's department -
ment have spoken highly of their cxpcri- j.'l
enco in their outside practice with Castoria , ii'J '
and although wo only hare among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products , yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it. "
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W. C. BULLARD & CO.
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YOUD NEVER CF1T TO K\OV/
H. KAPKE , The Leader ,
PRIGES AND IE STYLISH WOKK ,
Calls attention to the fact that lie has just received an
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and at the lowest figures. Call and see for yourself.
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