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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
February
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

MAKE THEM YOUNG AGAIN.

A Contract Undertaken by the Traveling Medicine Man.

William Mason, of Salem, who was a witness in the suit against John L. Martin for the $100 note given the traveling doctor Batchelder, alias John Marshall, and whose evidence was ruled out is himself threatened with a suit on a note of $100 given the same man. It was another "no cure, no pay" note. The name of the traveling doctor given Mason was Batchelder. He contracted to cure both Mason and his wife of heart disease and to make them young again. He left five bottles of medicine and for the wife some stuff mixed with butter which she was to rub on her back. Mason himself was given something mixed with lard. Mason 's wife took some of the internal medicine and it, made her sick. So Mason took it to Plymouth and had the medicine analysed by a physician, who pronounced the liquid nothing but colored water. If Batchelder made both Mason and his wife young he was to receive $50 from each. Other cases of this same kind will undoubtedly be heard from, but since Cavanaugh & Wedemeyer's legal victory last Friday they will probably be averse to actually bringing suits.

 

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