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B' . flfflB SATC LgE TETBTOTEJ SUNDAY MOENUfG, MAY 1. 1904. 5 H I
llRiorK of fm
H, p rooro than usual Interest was tho
Hp i meeting of tho Clcofan, held last
B I I Tuesday evening at the home of
If' MIsd EmcIInc Wells. Bishop Or-
'Bt bod F. Whitney gave the paper of tho
if evening, a review of the life and work
Kf of the poet Tennyson, and a moat In-
B tnnttng PaPer 11 was In addlU?n t0
We rJvlering the life of the poet. Bishop
II Whitney gave readings from his works,
ft Silch were highly appreciated by all
f IraenL The home of Miss Wells was
nattily decorated with pink carnations,
JLiiax and plumosa, and at the close
I of the evening's programme the guests
mi loved light refreshments.
& A special meeting of the Cleofan will
kT held Tuesday afternoon, May 3rd. at
I 20 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Chnrles
9 Wells Mrs. Clawson urges all mem
t' brs to be present, as businees of great
I importance Is to be decided.
I The Reviewers.
Mrs. C. E. Richards entertained the
numbers of tho Reviewers' club at her
home last Monday afternoon. The pro
gramme of the afternoon Included a
talk on Balzac by Mrs. William A. Nel
den: aUo tho reading of a papor writ
ten by" Mrs. Clarence G. Adney of Og
den and loaned to Mrs. Neldcn by the
reciprocity bureau of the Utah Federa
At the business meeting following the
programme the club indorsed the action
taken by the executive board of the U.
j w. C. In respect to the methods of
election proposed by tho G. F. W. C.
The club also voted to purchase n copy
of the May day number of tho Ana
conda Standard, to be published by the
Woman's club of Butte In aid of a fund
for the building of a clubhouse.
In view of tho bereavement which has
como to the president-elect of the Re
viewers, Mrs. E. O. Lee. tho present
president, Mrs. Charles D. Moore, asked
that the annual breakfast in honor of
the president bo dispensed with and the
fund be paid Into the treasury of the
club for a nucleus of a permanent fund,
to be Increased from time to time. The
suggestion was adopted. Mrs. Moore
has always been ambitlouB that the Re
k, viewers, though small and limited in
3f i number, should accomplish something
i in the way of beautifying the city, or
J better still, help others to help them
M selves. The money which -would other
si Sfwiie havo gone for tho annual break
f Mt fast -will bo the first roBervod for such
Jj News of Other Clubs.
M jf The Century association of Detroit
i 3Jbj built a new clubhou&o for women,
'J costing $50,000. It is a handsome brick
m wand stono structure, with a heavily-tiled
ffroof. Flemish oak is used throughout
M ftlho interior, A largo library, a tea
,1 froom and several parlors, a dining
'? Broom and kitchen occupy tho lower
jg ; floors; above Is a large assembly-room,
jg Iwlth a stage and a polished floor for
dancing. A number of artiste' stud!o3
Sare on the north side of the building.
jflt Is expected that every woman's club
il Wn t'ie c'ty will meet there. Already the
llnoome promises to be ample.
dk Miss Susan B. Anthony and her sis
" Iter, MIrs Mary, will sail for Europe on
rfl SJIay 19, on tho steamer Frederick dcr
gJ ,5ro:se, to attend the Jnternational Suf
1am frage convention and the meeting of tho
4Wt International Council of Women. Noted
M euffrogists will be of Miss Anthony's
IB party, including Mrs. Carrio Chapman
.'tg Catt, Mra. Swift of San Francisco, prcs
tildent of the National Council of Wo-
Mfmen; Mrs. Ida Husted Harper, her sla
JM&pr, Mrs. Frobe of Terre Haute, Ind.,
Wand Mrs. May Wright Sewall.
IR-The Organized Business Women of
iPnver have Just taken possession of
3WMwclubrooms, which have been entlre
')' furnished by the larged dry goods
lB housefurnl9nlng stores of the city.
3 HjA handsome piano was among tho con
f ,ptributlons. The rooms aro open all day
m 5r mcmbCTB to rest or read. A feature
FlRr monthly meetings will be ad
l.jWressea by business women from all do
'.'BNments where women are employed.
.K"1 employment bureau has been estab
p,uhM In connection with the club. Only
roinen who are actually earning their
g B?11 iMaB are eligible for membership.
K,Mrs" Ella D,etz dynes has been clect
&WP President of the Society of Amorl
Ift'K1 Women In London. At its first an
PHsVersary luncheon, lately held at tho
' j Hotel Cedl. 250 ladles assembled. There
iK' addresses by the Countess of
n' wh0 ,nvlted the members to
n 9 Wtend the International Council of Wo
lti'Ke.1. Esrl,n: by Mrs. Percy Boulnols
igW the isationaj union of Women Work
B ,ai y Elizabeth Cust of the Pioneer
iPf- 3Ilsa Smedlcy of the L-yceum club
d Mrs- AjTton. Tho proceedings
HBosed with the national anthem and a
feree from "America,"
. mLA the annual meeting of the Florida
imTil n of Woi"en'B club tho presl
IK j.i Lawrence Haynos of Jack
rl)1l' called attention to the fact
was ono of the oldest
H SOAKED IN COFFEE
IB tfatll Too Stiff to Bend Over.
w ' WW '
jBhcn I drank coffee I often had sick
m .1 ncn'ouaness and blllousnesB
jy.cn of the time but about 2 years ago
sgMf.nt to visit a friend and got In the
"IBKl dlInklng Poatum.
BL vav 1novcr touched coffee since and
pe result has been that I have been
iKrvy cured oC a! m stomach aaid
'jEf m JH.ot,her was Just the same way,
i SKu rink pstum nov.- and have nev-
-Am vS-lany,other coffee In the house for
fJ we are well.
'riaV 8Ubor oi Thlw- a B1-cat coffee
toouhw with pains iu her
Psmfli?,rs.and waB un Invalid. Sho
) 'BtwS able,t0 do her work and could
'4mi tt"mc"a clothes or do anything at
Krd it ?vti wonld havo to bend for
lork), J Bhe, tried to do a little hard
lloSd5yd,?(!t Buch pains timt she
IB? toy? l 1,0 dowu for tl,e rt;st oi
idaR.-fnd try pstum Food Coffeo
t Wr i&Slrff1 and Bhc ha "sed Postura
rK rlac. : the result has been that she
. 'Bhoic L .cr Uork' can slt for a
l!iBSw?0?nd I1 Bhows coffee Vas
I m i !tlle hol trouble.
SlBCft?' S U".d uslnR Dostum In its
iAESJE 0B by p03tumCo-
lVMUt &Jat !oad t0 Wellvillo."
' 4m?t S3' ranklne with New
' W Bn and Pennsylvania ln
age. and that it Included ono of tho
pioneer women's club of the South, tho
vinago Improvement association of
careen Cove Springs, organized twenty-
fwnn" a? Th0 seneral work of the
federation is along educational linos,
such as work in the public schools, vil
lage Improvement societies, free kin
dergartens and libraries, bird-protections,
household economics, forestry and
legislation for free kindergartens in the
Massachusetts clubwomen continue
busy In work for the public good. Tho
Romans club of Lynn ,s raising funds
for tho vacation school of the coming
summer, for furnishing a floor in the
new extension of the Lynn City hospi
tal and for helping in the support of
the reading and restrooms. Two other
ijyrm clubs maintain a scholarship fund,
and one of them conducts a sewing
school. The Kosmos club of Wakefield,
composed of women prominent In so
ciety, has undertaken to work for tho
extermination of the gypsy moth. and
rate UPM UlC cltlzens t0 co-ope-
t , i
Mrs. E H. Merrell, president- of the
Syracuse (N. T.) Mothers' club, is work
ing for the establishment of vacation
schools, and many clubwomen and bua-
npsfl mr.n n -a . .-i . ..
....... wu inicsu. A meeting
was lately held at the Chamber of Com
merce to discuss way3 and means.
Among thc speakers was the Rev. Mr.
Betts. who for fourteen years has giv
en up a piece of his property as a play
ground for boys, "i feel that I have
done as much good among the boys who
havo played about my playground,1'
said Mr. Betts. "as I have In all my
work In the pulpit, and I have never
once preached to them." It was voted
to establish as many playgrounds and
vacation schools ns could be supported.
Next Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock the
annual meeting of the Ladles' Literary
club will be held.
The programme committee of the La
dies' Literary club will meet at the
clubhouae Tuesday afternoon at 3
An adjourned meeting of the music
section will be hold Tuesday afternoon
at 4:30 at the clubhouse to transact all
unfinished business. All new club
members who are Intending to Join the
section will please send names and ad
dresses to Mrs. Ncldcn before this
Mrs, AJIon T. Sanford will read a pa
per on "Lisbon," and Mrs. Cheeseman
a paper on "Oporto" at tho regular
meeting of the tourist section on Tues
day morning, May 3rd.
At the meeting of the current events
and current literature section held Fri
day afternoon. Mrs. G. V. Parmalec was
elected chairman of tho section for tho
ensuing year; Mrs, Frederick W. Little,
assistant chairman, and Mrs. A. Key
Mrs. L. B. Hall declined to accept tho
nomination for president of tho Ladles'
Literary club. Mrs. Hal W. Brown Is
therefore tho only candidato for tho
Tho regular meeting of the P. E. O.
society will be held next Saturday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Maxson, 2000 East First South street.
NEW LIBRARY BOOKS,
Tho following thlrty-flvc books will bo
added to the .public library Monday morn
ing. May 1. 1L
Hall International Law.
Hoffman Psychology and Common Life,
Johnuton Nile Quest.
Lawn Mine Accounts and Mlningr Book
keeping. Morgan, ed. Connecticut as a Colony
and as a State, two volumes.
Rlis Theodoro Roosevelt, tho Citizen.
Shakespeare New variorum edition, edi
ted by H. H. Fumcss, 12 volumes Ah You
Liko It, Hamlot, 2 volumes; King Loar,
Merchant of Venice Midsummer Night's
Broaai, Much Ado About Nothing, Othello,
Romoo and Juliet, Tempest, Twelfth
Night, Winter's Tale.
Spencer Autobiography, 2 volumes.
Statesman's Tear Book.
Stephens Orators of the French Revolu
tion, 2 volumes.
Wade Old Testament History.
Carling Viking's Skull. ; i
Cnstlc Incomparable Bollairs. ' 1
Frankau Pigs In Clover.
Kyrburg Little Garrison.
Phllpotts American Prisoner.
Shute Real Diary of a Real Boy.
Stevenson Hollailay Case.
Van dcr Nalllcn In tho Sanctuary,
Watanna Daughter of Nljo.
E. J. Lupson of Great Yarmouth, who
has attended over 11,000 weddings as a
parish clerk and given away about 1200
brides of ages ranging from 1C to 60,
has published under the title of "Cu
pid's Pupils" a record of his experi
ences, relating many Interesting and
qalnt marriage Incidents.
Ho recalls one marrlago that was sol
emnized eight years after the banns
were first published. It was postponed
from 1S7S to 1SS4.
Among "romantic marriages"- Mr.
Lupson mentions those of a clergyman'3
son to a poor country laborer's daugh
ter, and of the rector of a parish to tho
daughter of a farm laborer forty-two-years
younger than himself. A comely
girl of IS, who married a negro, is re
A queer wedding party was that fn
which the bridegroom was a weak
stripling, the bride six feet high, and
hcr brother, who accompanied her, a
giant of seven feet six Inches, weighing
Among the brides whom Lupson has
given away haa'o been two spinsters
married to dying men and a spinster
from a workhouse married to a tramp.
Lupson recalls the fact hat one Sun
day morning the clergyman had to pub
lish the banns of fifty-eight couplos. He
tells of quaint blunders by brldeu and
bridegrooms; of a couple who found
they had not enough to pay the mar
rlago fee, and had to postpone the wed
dlnr; of a bridegroom who borrowed
money from his friends at the last mo
ment, and of others who paid the fees
A member of a waiting wedding party
was once found smoking his pipe as ho
listened attentively to the prayers of
the communion service, and ln another
cao the bridegroom urged Lupson to
toll the clergyman to hunry up, as ho
was perishing of cold. One unworthy
bridegroom was so drunk that he had
to Reea chemist and take a long sleep
before thc clergymen would unlto him
to the girl of his choice. London Express.
Champ Clark in Kindergarten.
Champ Clark of Missouri attended exer
cises ln a kindergarten school tho other
' day. "Havo any of you over scon, an olc-
phant's HkinV Mr. Clark asked tho
youngsters. "I have," shouted ono littlo
fellow. "Whore?" asked Mr. Clark, Im
pressed with tho youriKfter'a wsxncstncsa.
y ''On tho olophanV ha anawcrcd. t
Gen. W. F. Melbourne, Famous Indian Fighter and .Mexican War Cam
paigner, Tells of His Wonderful, Cure of Indigestion and
Dyspepsia by Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
GExV. W. F. MELBOURNE,
"I am an old campaigner, veteran of tho war with Mexico, the several
campaigns against the Indians on the frontier, the expedition lor the sun'
pression of the Free State and pro-slavery Imbroglio In Kansas. 1S5C; the
Utah Expedition (Mormon rebellion), 1S57, and the Civil War. Was" al "o en
gaged fn the late war with Spain.
"I enjoyed general good health until some months ago, when I suffered
from a severe attack of stomach trouble, dyspepsia and Indigestion. I tried
many so-calleci 'cures' without relief. Upon the recommendation of an old
comrade I wac induced to take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskev and used it ripht
along. My health is now good and indigestion a memory of the past I find
it Invigorating and rejuvenating ln a very marked degree and cordially
commend it especially to those getting along in years"." W. F. MELBOURNE
Bee. Nat. Ass'n Mexican War Veterans. New York, Fob 9. 190-1
T Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is an absolutely pure. Invigorating tonlc-stlm-nlant
for tho cure ot dyspepsia, indigestion, and all stomach and nervous
troubles; .Influenza, grip, pneumonia, consumption and every throat and lunc
disease: malaria and low fevers. It purifies thc blood, tones up the heart's
action, strengthens the circulation and prolongs life and makes tho old vounc
and tho young strong by Imparting fresh vigor and vitality to every part of
the body. It builds up broken down, overworked, worried, nervous weak
and sick men and women, and delicate children. Over 4,000,000 cures in 50
years. Contains no fusel oil and is tho only whiskey recognized by tho Gov
guTraer?tced& medldne Evci5' testimonial is published ln.good faith and
AH druggists and grocers or direct, J1.00 a bottlo. Medical booklet free'
Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rdchcster, New York.
J . FOSTER'S
ijjlfe. Late Styles
tt MOORE SHOE CO.
- teSign of the BIG SHOE
Hosistoffl Real Estate Investment C.?
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
?'!:!'.'. ' Il!.ri!l LOANS AND REAL ESTATE. , i ,
,.-'7m - mi 231 South Main Street. ' ' "! ;:'';.; ".
Annual otatemont for tho year ending
December 31, 19(0, of tho condition of tho
' INSURANCE CO.
Tho namo and location of tho company,
Hnnover Flro Inauranco Company,
New York, N. Y.
Namo of President. Charles A. Shawv
Namo of Secretary, Joseph McCord.
Tho amount of Its capital
stock Is j 1,000,000.00
Tho amount of lis capital
stock paid up is l.COO.OOO.OO
Tho amount or Its assets is ... 4,023,912.75
Tho amount of its liabilities
(including capital) Is 3,303,715.20
The amount of Its Income dur
ing tho preceding calendar
Tho amount of Its expendi
tures during tho precodlng
calendar year C,469,8S7.02
during tho preceding calcn-
The amount of losses paid
during the preceding calen
dar year 1.2W.S14.73
Tho amount of risks written
during the year -13o.C70,859.00
Tho amount of risks ln forco
at tho end of tho, year -105.070,971. 9 i
Stato of Utah, Office of thc Secretary of
I, James T. Hammond, Secretary of
Stato of tho Stato of Utah, do hereby cer
tify that the above-named Insurance com
pany has filed ln my office a detailed
htutomcnt of Its condition, from which tho
forcKoInj; statement has been prepared,
and that tho said company ban in all
other respects complied with tho laws of
tho Stato relating to Insurance.
ln testimony whereof I have horounto
aef my hand and affixed the uroat soal of
the State of Utah, this twenty-ninth day
of February, A. D. 3901.
(Seal.) J. T. HAMMOND.
i ScciolarK of State
Annual statomcnt for tho year ending
December 31, 1903, of tho condition of tho
Aachen & Munich
Fire Insurance Co.
Tho namo and location of the company,
Aachen & Munich Flro Insuranco
Company, Aix La Chapello. Germany.
Name of U. S. Manager, J. A. Kelsey, 4G
Cedar St.. New York, N. Y.
Tho amount of lta statutory
deposit Is $ 210.0CO.0O
Tho amount of its assets is.... 1,092,747.90
Tho amount of Its liabilities
(Including capital)-13 691.SC0.JS
The amount of Its Income dur
ing tho preceding calendar
Tho amount of Its expendi
tures during tho preceding
calendar year S29.45S.19
Tho amount of losses paid
during tho preceding calen
dar year 407.C52.5G
Tho amount of risks written
during tho year 121,02 1.G06.00
The amount of rloks in forco
at tho end of tho year SS,1CG,S15.00
Stato of Utah. Office of tho Secretary of
I, James T. Hammond, Secretary of
Stato of the Stato of Utah, do hereby cer
tify that tho above-named Insuranco com
pany has filed In my office a detailed
statement of Its condition, from which tho
foregoing statement has been prepared,
and that thc said company has In all
other respects compiled with tho laws of
the Stato rclatlnK to insurance.
In testimony whereof I havo horounto
sot my hand and affiled thc great woal of
tho State of Utah thlsi twenty-ninth day
of Fobruary, A. D. 1901.
(Seal.) J. T. HAMMOND,
..u-i, Secretary of Stato.
WHY IS IT THAT DRS. SHORES & SHORES' OFFICES ARE ALWAJS CROWDED-WHEN OTHER DOC- I H i
TORS ARE IDLE? WHY IS IT THAT AFTER 12 YEARS' PRACTICE IN SALT LAKE CITY, DRS. SHORES' Hp I
PRACTICE EXTENDS ALL OVER THE WEST? THERE MUST BE A REASON FOR SUCH GREAT AND 1 HI! 'UB
GROWING POPULARITY AND THE ONLY CONCLUSION IS DRS SHORES CURE THEIR PATIENTS. HI ! OH
IGUY TRASK, 5C3 West South Temple.
Mr. Trask says: "I am a locomc
time fireman on tho O. S. L. railroad,
and a such I am required to be in per
fect physical health, so when I found
I was suffering Intensely from Catarrh,
I went to a Salt Lake doctor who hasi
the reputation of being a' specialist on
Catarrh and Eye and Ear diseases, audi
consulted him. My head and nose was
stopped up. I had headaches over my
eyes continually, ringing in the ears,
and a slight cough. This doctor charged
me $25 for a month's treatment and did
me absolutely no good. I then went to
Drs. Shores & Shores paid them for a
month's treatment, and began to get
belter lnalde of a week. I have Im
proved steadily since, and today the
HEAD NOISES ARE GONE, my head
is CLEAR, headache? gone, and I feel,
like a new man', and am glad to tell
anyono about the case, and save them
time and money seeking relief as I did.
If you are sick, my advice Is GO TO
DRS. SHORES ami get a cure and save
time and money.
"I will be pleased to have anyone call
on me for verification of this state
Signed. "Guy Trask, 463 W. South I
Temple street. City." " j
We Treat and Cure !
CATARRH Deafness, Nose and J
Throat1 Troubles, Eye and Ear DIs- j
eases, Bronchial and Lung Troubles,
Asthma, Stomach, Liver and Kid- I
ney Diseases, Bladder Troubles, Fe-
male Complaints, Chronic Diseases of j
Women and Children, Heart Disease.
Nervous Diseases. Chorea (St. Vitus'
Dance), Rickets, Spinal Trouble, Skin
Diseases, Sciatica and Rheumatism,
Diseases of the Bowels, Piles, Fistula,
and Rectal Troubles, Goitre (or Big
Neck). Lost Manhood. Syphilis, Blood
Diseases, Tape Worm, Hay Fever.
Hysteria, Epilepsy, Insomnia, etc., and
!all curable Nervous, . Private and
Drs. Shires' treatment is based upon learning and experience. They have nUml
treated over 150,000 cases of Chronic diseases. Drs. Shores are honest with the Hll
clck, for it has always been a rule in their practice in cases whoro benefit cannot 11 fl
bo obtained from medical treatment to advice 3Uch patients, but refuse to treat MM If
all Incurable coses. , mB
Why Experiment? Ill
If your health is gradually failing if your dlseaso Is getting worse all the jljiH l
time; if your family physician's treatment lo unsatisfactory to you, why not -
consult a specialist? Blj j j j
For 12 years Drs. Shores & Shores havo madVs a,, specialty of Catarrh, Nerv- ijfi f
ous, Chronic and Privato Diseases and absolutely nothing else they havo treat-, ! Ill
ed more such cases than any ten doctors ln tho West. Drs. Shores aro Indorsed m j j H
by the best people and have been for years to your personal knowledge. Why ifnf 1 LL
not consult Drs. Shores today If your caso is curable, Drs. Shores will tell tjif 18
you so, lWiWmmmM
Do not experiment with the inexpcrlencod. Do not bo humbugged with fake Ifflj
Patent Medicines oontainlng cocaine, alcohol and other dangerous stimulants S I j H
which give temporary relief only to leavo you a wreck, when the effect wears off. l Itll
Do not put off your treatment until your dlseaso is Incurable. Consult Drs. f jj Rl I
Shores & Shores, the Catarrh and Chronlo DlseaBc Experts and be cured. f jl 111 -
Consultation arid Examination always free and Confidential. I) Iff ml JH
Now is thc favorable time to treat one month's treatment in the spring Is fl' f till
equal to three months at any other season in curative results. Como and bring illlll
your friends, Drs. Shores will advise you Free. Ill '111 '
! IN DISEASES OF MEN 1
Drs. Shores & Shores stand alone as the Specialties who bellcvo In their In I H 'H
treatment so much that they boldly say to Men suffering with Private troubles M ML hi
"PAY OUR FEEE WHEN CURED." Contrast this honest plan with the "pay- 1
lt-allcash" plan of the fraut and fakir. Did you ever hear of a fakir "refund- li l I
ing" a penny to a duped patient? Drs. Shores say, keep your money in your Wi l ! H
pocket and pay our fee when cured. j I
I PhjMTZsh CATARRU Deafness. Noso and Throat L Illlrlllllrl
I lMf&'$k t&rA Troubios, Kjo and Kar Diseases. Uronehlal "S3ohKi iliH
mffi&yiMr Vrt and Lmitf Troubles. A&thma, Stomach, LIt- WSj a'5iH !m3I t I til
av er and Kldnor Ulteatcs. Bladder Trouble. f lHI il 111 II
Va!iJ , Feranle Complaints, Chronlo Dlscasun of V yyrifWr ' 'Jtn hUlHllH
U-'ftAi, trtrjj' Wotneo and Children. Ueart Dlseaso. or- fc? wluy fni Prd lllll
Wv 'iA oi niMiaas, Cbnrca, (St. Vllob'Dauco), ' V i iMlllllllllllH
t ffcS ItloVta, Spin! Trouble, Bktn DUoafos, 9 Hl4l'l!llllll'll
Tv .fiw Hclnllcu anil Ilbournatlsm, DUcnacs of tba fcti5Jr st&T& I B III If'H
'jVv vfcittitJ' Bowels, Piles, 6'Ucula nnrt Itcoul Troubles, ur?Jl&litttfS I (1131 II I IhH
4 TC .GoIJtb Wro'cnoole), Jllood DUcasea, Tapo I ji II I
5-JLjLr, somnU, oto., anif oU Nervous. Private' and 'fflffifi-jKf I I 1(31 1 llllll.Biia
tJroalo Diseases. Consultation ITree. JTK,b'c 0 I riin ilul'il
mritrTK !n ill urh-ato diseases ol mon. to show cur OftfesK E 2R 'B B mmW
jJ&Xb. good lallh and cklll. we are a:vaw willing to 0 iS
an. . j.anoiiER. wait (or our leo until a cure Is ollected. sr. c. w. onoaxn. I DlTiiil('H
I I WE A K MEN 1 - I 11 I
tboronch. Xot ono of JLbiolutclr painless B H lalj I III B
our patients has erer treatment that curen rj fl 11)111 ill aiia
had a relnpse after Bo called "Weakness" ln raon In morelj cornpltolr. lavebtl- 9 (Mb2 111:11' iH
buInK dlsohareed a n symptom of chronic Inflammation ln pto our mothou. It B ftpm KaH
ourcd, and wo euro la tho proitato pland, brouphton by early l tno only tlacrossbly M nil I taLH
lj.t tlmu than tho or- dissipation or by tho Improper treat- ecloatlllo treatment for ,) ' :B
dlnary forms of treat- monl of tomo contracted disease. A ,nls belnc em- I 'll!'iilll;
toent roqulro. oompleto and radical euro lb. therefore, P'oycd. ' R li filj F1h
a. quoctlon of roalorlnc tha prostate . n jjj '1 1 LH
eland to Its normal Atauj, and this we 1 D H r HrH
SDCClflC Blood PolSOD. acoornpllsh promptly and coraplotoly Spermatorrhoea, Q M j I UH
puin. muuu ruuuu. nlthoitt the nto of Internal remctllcK. Oonorrlioen Syphl- H llr'l nlUB
No danRcrons minerals Our trcatmont Is n. loenl ona entirely. u .stricture' l'llo f) lis ill llllniiH
to drUo tbo vlrna to It It original and itclentlQc, pnd has l.o't Tanhood II T- Bt iffi 'illnKiiH
the lntorlor. bnt harm- been proron absolutely effcctlTo by Jrocr)r Seminal fl Jflf 'ill IflPilH
loos, blood-olonnslrur thousands of teals. Wo aro convinced W'cukiA-H etc. are B lHlil'l nl'iiil
remedies, that remoro that by no other motbcxM can fall and also utuoncr the U H MS I'l II it UH
tho last poisonous permanent restoration of strength and ccuaci mo onro to S SIII Vaiil
taint. vlor bo accomplished. ttnyuuretl. I , M ''I H
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PRE E r IVIE 0f? aLL 1111
Manly atrength strength of brain and body is nature's highest perfected work. With It man is success; with- ft'ljfil
out It, failure. Nearly all men' have been fitted with a constitution lit to build such a structure upon, but through! il n'iH
foolish dissipations have wasted the materials nature gave them. Men live too fast these days. The search for M ,',lln ,'H
Imaginary pleasure, trying to squeeze the hapyincSy ot a lifetime Into "a. few years, exhausts the strength, and they Mi VM H
are wrecked in man's grandest ambition robust strength of brain and body. There aro thousands of these weak, I I'm iLiH
timid, puny men half men who can be made perfect specimens of manhood when the grand element that has been 1 H
drained from their systems Is restored. This element Is Electricity. We know there Is no strength, no vitality, !n I jj iH
fact, no life, without it. This being the fact, can there be a more natural remedy? I say there is not, and tens of 3rar ill H
thousands of. cures during my nearly forty years' practice in Electricity say the same. I have the greatest Inven-, iiffiHlll aH
tlon for self-treatment by Electricity the world has ever known, and so sure am I ofi what) it will do that 'any maw HPv llllll mmm
who needs It can have the use of my latest model Herculex v ra j 1 1 1
: Of Sancfen Electric Belt Free Until Cured.- Jill
T don't ask one' bent in advance or on deposit, but tipon request I furnish you tho belt, and If you are well or jJ
satisfied im say two months, pay me the price most cases as low as $-1.00. If not oatisfled, return it and the trans- SHiI'miliH
action Is closed. I hove made a sworn statement to faithfully carry out this offer, -and' trust you will not confound Ijli H lH
It with tho C. O. D. shams advertised, as I send no goods C. O. D. unless you so order. IM!
What would you not give to have your old vim back; to foci' as you did a few years ago; to have tho saino 1-HIIIiIbH
snap and energy; tho same gladsome, joyous, light-hearted spirit and thc physical strength you used to have? You I.'iilllllPI
might as well have these blessings, for my offer must convince you what I feel I can do "for you. I will give you m 'H jj jH
the usa of the best Electric Belt the world knows and you probably know I am the father of tho electric appllanco IrH lil 'iifl
.system of treatment and' advice gathered from the experience of nearly forty years' success In my line. But this wfr mliaiH
does not mean that I am giving belts away; but does mean that you are not to pay mo one penny until you are JI Ml ij H
cured. By this method I do .tenfold tho business and good I would were I trying to sell "a pig In a bag." It pays Ifrj "il I H
me and It pays my patients. Of course, Imitators Imitate my goods (what good thing is not Imitated?), but my 1 1 I al
great knowledge from long, successful experience Is mine alono and frco to my patients. il'llll'l
This offer Is especially to men. who want more strength and vitality, who suffer from lmpotency, drains, varl- I M J jjH
cocele, etc.; but my belt also cures Rheumatism, Lame Back, Stomach, Liver and Kidney Troubles, general ill II' (1 1 NjH
health, etc.. and I give It on same terms. It Is simply worn around the body while you sleep; In the morning you n, ( f(
wake up full of strength and vim, prepared to face the world however you find it. R HJ H
Call or write today and let me assist you to health and happiness as I have so. many thousand' others, I will j I jjlfj H
at once arrange to give you my belt on terms mentioned above, and two best little, books ever written upon Elcc- V' ''rjllUllLLH
trlclty and its medical uses. Free, scaled, by mall. Address i 1 jH
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UUb Id buu Ofidfiy Lduij San Francisco, California. tawiahment in the world, j fiwH