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JffilBtFSDAY HOMING, NOVEMBER 23, 1904. TJEEE SALT LAE3G TjRIBUaSTE. " v' ' . PAGE HSWW
Mriborie's Ogden Bureau
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P1 Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. N
if .rp mjTE HEADY HOTEL
dtt 41 EUROPEAN
rm come to Ocden. opposlto tho
1aBt5VnflL The celebrated Ostermoor
.itecs in every room. Sample
aJ fflVafc Jn connection.
HI' NATURAL LITHIA WATER. 1
I'-4C3 cvcrj-lhlnsr Good."
?fl i Kleid & Co., Ogden. 1
Swfb I'lndley' LakC" Dla" J
HAVE NEW INDUSTRY
TuSai f T,c Tl'Ibunc'-
'ffK?L Nov 2. -Within a month a mod-aKm-to-date
cement brick factory will
jSwL operation at Lehl Junction, turning
fLoeni blocks that, in appearance,
jj-g-.j bo detected from finely dressed
SmTKycne stone The composition of
1L0L narU fine gravel. The capacity
sKoiant now In course of erection will
flffi i Mocks per day. ami the bricks
M 12 by 21 Inches each. They will
SlSiCon- which construction makes them
'filKia welcht. stroiif;. and has the effect
EKdting the walls Into which they nre
iKfjan excellent resistant of both cold
SBplant now golnp up Is in the yards
tJlK San Pedro. Los Angeles & Salt
Mb Railroad company at Lehl Junction,
SSjj built by the railway company. The
?1W blocks wlU be used to erect all
frot3 a,ul jetton housrs on the Salt
IsJRoute between Salt Lake City nnd
SyfiDrelcs, and It Is given out that
nHK: stations will rapidly replace all
;irru nnj antliiuated stations on the
Wmiz In Suit Lake. Utah, and Juab
IK and nrobauly the new joint sta
SrKVhA crocted bv the Short Line and
SiRsiHLalw Rout" in Salt Lake City
aiBjotrccted from Mock made at Lohl.
j'Ki roaterial. xccptlng the cement,
phlch the blocks aro to bo made
IttMBtbK to Lchl Junction and lies in ln
i.Brat!ble quantities and Is declared by
&Bsti who nae made a thorough ox-sy-iilon
to be the best material for
'icinufacture of cement brick in the
bolldliig." In which the blocks will be
gKtKlll t 50 t 2wi feet.
Mm REPUBLICANS TO
ijlilSCUSS SCHOOL ELECTION
afcal lo The T.ibune.
pai)V0, Kov 22 -The city Republican
jfcitteo met this evening at the court
fVmsi to decide about the coming school
itfrto' The question before, the cotnmlt
jpjjruas to whether the election should
ffifiipiriljan or non-partisan. The eoin
?,Atk decided to call a meeting for to
.tScrT night at the courthouse of all
iSsl Remtbllcnn voters, and let them
-Vfe i'Jt themselves The result of tho
"rtMfcst will decide as to whether tho
i'BtiiKs hail be on party lines or not.
fja-raj feeling of all parties seems
' W'" favor of a no,1"Partlsun election.
i Wks'iti Robblns. the 17-year-old son of
i Robblns. shot himself this morn-
lllM 9 o'clock with suicidal Intent,
-jpkjcuns raan, who has been ill for some
waitnitted lln deed in his bedroom,
cither rrard the shot and rushed to
-1Wn and found him lying on the
Dr. J. H Slater was hastily sum
sTB An examination by the doctor
H?3 ,f?at young Robblns had shot
:jBlf Just boiow the heart, the bullet
tstly ranging upward toward tho
Mr tboul.br The bullet was from a 22-lit-i
revolver The patient was hastily
tkJ to the Provo general hospital.
if ANlStj FORK
ft AS A TRADE CENTER
tl o"(o The Tribune.
P.'.LVISH FORK. Nov. 22.-SpanIsh
. Is last becoming. In fact, already la,
. tithe most Important trade centers
State, The beet-cutting station has
Pcrovrded to its fullest capacity since
I Sfst of October Farmers have had
! ' Jxthi dug and piled ami ready to
1 ' At tho first opportunity. Tho
- :- ir?"? n.0v PHcd almost mountain-high
L station. Ono man, Url Stewart, re-
hiiaich,cck for ovei' ?u0- While tho
- ,arKc-r than In any past year,
i 101' acrw Is not as large as
1 f bttn.
I i t0Ay lnduatry has also come to the
hi , u"6 . nrm- Slew-art & Dart, rc
i ht? vchl.ck for S5000- A thousand more
2 tardly cover their trado for the
: M?i1IaUners tliJa region arc glad
x. T?nk.8,.v,nt'' Christmas are
BiJ1..e,holdlay "vo brought tho tur
: rtSli3lr:i'.t0 lhe front. One farmer
it(H. Si1,1' tho Spanish Fork Co-op
- Tn,s fncns nearly if not quite
. 'w ono man's turkey crop,
i 'i .
ly- Handsome Gift to Cnthedral.
Hki Eufll11 Nov- 22. Announcement
WWih.M , y tnnt a mtul whoso namo
;frv'i5 lm Stven toward the
Irtrin of Cathedral of St John
w,lh tho proviso that four
'iPtcl'fr Jill contrluuto a llko amount.
'IgWtl 0f no0'c'00 ha3 already been
ECHO OF TERRITORIAL
DAYS COMES UP IN A SUIT
Special to The Tribune.
OGD12N. UUih, Nov. 2J. Tho American
Ilnnd-sowod Shoe company today
brought suit against Nat M. Brigham.
United States Marshal for tho Territory
of Utah: Nat M. Brigham, Joseph W.
Bailey and American Hand-sowed Shoe
company. The suit Is an echo of old Terri
torial day, and Is to recover the title to
certain real cstato in Weber countv
The plaintiffs allege that in lfcOt they paid
to Nat. M. Brigham the sum of iSGJ.'JH to
redeem the said property, which was
dene, but the deed of assicnment from
Bilghain was incorrect, and asks that
the corrections be niade.
Atlas Wilson, 70 years of age, waa ar
rested today, charged with stealing coal
from tho Union Paclllc.
Pearl Beckslead, was today Granted a
decree of divorce by Judge Rolapo on.
tho grounds of desertion.
Warren Sage and William Mlchlewalte,
tho two lads who were arrested on the
charge of incorrigibility, were lodavsenl
to the State reform school by Judge Ro
lapp. Judge Rolapp today handed down his
opinion In the case of Smith vs. Oregon
Short Line, in favor of plalntlfT.
The following probate orders were
made by Judge Rolapp today.
Estate of Leon Allek; A. R. Hegwood
was appointed administrator under bond
Eugenic D. Smith submitted final ac
count in Smith estate and sarrwas ap
proved and final distribution ordered.
Tho same order was made In the Cook
Sheriff RIgsby of Cacho county was in
Ogden today nnd took back with him
William Ilobson, the box car murderer
lie will be arraigned before a Justice' of
the peace In Logan Wednesday.
Bert Fuller's SHtf, known as the man
killer, made its debut at the Weber
county fair grounds this afternoon. Tho
machine worked Ilka a charm, Fuller
driving it around the half-mile track at
the rate of a mile In 1:17 flat. JdanaKer
Bailey Is elated at the actions of the blic
auto and is thinking of giving an exhi
bition at the ;alr Grounds next Sunday.
The funeral of Mrs. Charles Bartlett
will bo held today at 11 o'clock from the
AVord has reached Osden that Miss
Ivy Thomas, formerly of this city, has
been elected County Superintendent of
Schools of Uinta county, Wyoming.
Tho Ogden Poultry association will
moot with President Browning, 2717 Ad
nins avenue tomorrow evening.
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Oliver Sarten lias brought suit against
the Oregon Short Line railroad com
pany for the sum of $30.00). alleged to be
due as damages for personal Injuries.
This is the renewal of an old action tried
In the courts about a year ago, in which
Sarten was defeated. Sarten was injured
while at work on a fence gang for the
defendant company in 1902.
A daughter has been born to Mrs. R, E.
BREAKS AN ARM
Special to Tho Tribune,
"AMERICAN FORK, Utah. Nov. 22. The
S-ycar-old son of Mr. Sidney Nicholes fell
from a horse on Sunday afternoon, No
vember 20, and received n very bad frac
ture of his right arm near the elbow
Joint. Tho horse became unmanageable
and tho lad clung to It as long as he
could, but ilnally.hu was thrown to the
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Baker are re
joicing over the arrival of a 9-pound baby
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Mr. Thomas E. Steele and Roy Steele
left hero yesterday for their mining prop
erty in American Fork canyon, whore
they will do some Inspecting and pros
pecting, preparatory to further activity In
developing their claim, which lies near
tho Clipper and Silver King property.
Mr. George Tyng. operating the Miller
Hill property in American Forlc canyon,
will leave this evening for his . homo in
Texas, where he will spend Thanksgiv
ing with his family He expects to be
gone about two weeks. Tho work at the
mino will continue during his absence.
Tho wall which was supposed to havo
been struck In tho- Wyoming property
proved to bo what Is termed a "horse,"
and as yet the operators have not been
able to locate a permanent wall, which
would assist them in determining the size
of tho body of ore which has created so
much excitement for this district. They
have also Just completed another largo
ore shipment to the smelters, for which
they received a ncat-3lzed sum
Well-Known Detective Dead.
SAN FRANCISCO, Now 22. Detective
Abraham Anthony, one of tho best known
members' of the San Francisco police
fcrcc. Is dead at his home In this city,
after a brlf Illness. He made tho ar
rest of Theodore Durrant and for years
waa engaged in locating missing women
Guests at White House.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.-Mrs. Douglas
Robinson and Mrs Grant Lafarge of New
York arc nt the White Houeo for a short
visit. Mlsa Alice Roosevelt returned to
night from New York.
I lljfl ' Mothers
i l SJSS Have a double demand upon
Jlli strength and nourishment
1 ifil tnat is Really m.et in
M Jipjl Ifc supplies the food needed by j
M- 5SyWi' ' mother and child, aids conva- I
9ytmfr :escence, builds up the system, I
W Markunq Mr is easily retained and digested. j
M- RA'.V "fiu&.'.0 Sold by aU Druceista. Prepared by B
R AiLheuser-BusciL Brewing Ass'n
'B Wi jfaSffV a vlilt to the World's Fair City la not complete without I
MfFjZy a trip to the Anheuer-Buch Brewery. Jj
"Uked Wheat, Io
Cooks in Ivo minutes
WHEATINE Blanc Mange
Into one quart milk and water,
y, teaspoon salt, 4. tablespoons
sugar, stir slowly ?. heaping
cups Wheatinc. Boil twenty
minutes double boiler if
saucepan, set back from fire to
cook slowly, do not stir while
cooking. Remove from fire
and beat thoroughly, adding
yolk of one egg, flavor add
pure fruit coloring and pour
into molds to cool. Serve cold
with cream, preserved or
stewed fruits. This makes a
very attractive, economical,
delicious and healthful dessert.
Valuable coupon in every package. See
catalogue of premiums at your grocer,
or we will mail one free on request.
Pacific Cereal Association
PA'RK CITY I
L TRIBUNE BUREAU,
iZ4 N Main Street. Telephone 11
PROSPECTS AT THE NEW
YORK ARE ENCOURAGING
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, Utah. Nov. 22 At the
New York the recent strike Is holding out
well, and the prospects arc more encour
aging just now Uian they havo ever been.
Today u shipment of about forty tons of
iliHt-class'oro was made and there is still
moro of the same kind in sight.
Ed Boyle and Will McClellan came in
Sunday from the Brown Eagle, wlicro
they have been at work for sovcral day
upon their contract to sink the shaft an
other fifty feet they wero proceeding well
with tho work until Saturday when so
much water came In upon them that they
were forced to abandon tho work and to
give up the contract.
At tho regular meeting of tho local lodge
of Elks last ovonlng preparations wero
completed for celebrating the third anni
versary of the lodge tomorrow evening.
The banquet will be given in Sutton's
J. M. Lockhart went to Coalville this
morning to attend tho session of the Dis
trict court which convenes there today.
The work of drifting on the lower levels
of the Comfetock still continues. Throe
shifts aro kept nt work, and it is thought
that In about thirty days everything will
be ready to begin taking out ore again.
Some little excitement was caused about
noon, today when "Cunning," the man
who is doing the Jail-breaking act at the
Family theater thl3 week, was locked up
In tho city Jail. Ho had agreed to break
out. and opinions were varied as to his
nblllty to do so. but within ten minutes he
had made good his escape.
James Harrington has returned to tho
camp after a stay of two years In Butte.
He will make Park City his home for tho
United States Marshal Ben Ileywood
was visiting the camp today upon business
connected with his office.
. EXCURSIONS EAST
Vid Oregon Short Lino and Union
St. Louis and return M2.E0
Chicago and return..., 47.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. -J7.G0
St. Louis and return via Chlcaso.. 4S.75
Through Pullman sleepers.
Tlcketo on sale Tuesdays and Fridays.
See agents for particulars.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main SL
THANKSGIVING DAY RABBIT
AT CEDAR FORT. Excursion via
Salt Lake Route. Train leaves O. S. L.
depot at S:00 a. in. Fare for round trip
only $1.00. Returning arrlvea at Salt
Lake at 5:?5 p. m.
LOW RATES EAST
Via Denver & Rio Grande.
St. Louis and return 512.50
Chicago and return 517.50
Final limit Dec. 15th.
DONAHUE IS. HELD.
Alleged to Have Killed Man for
Stepping on Wife's Dress.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22. Frank
Donahue, a teamster, has been arrested
and his name entered on tho record In
connection with tho death of Thomas
Wackford. who dlod from tho effects of
a blow which It Is nllegcd was Inflicted
by Donahue Wackford accidental ly
stepped uion the skirts of a woman, who
It turns out was Donahue's wife and It
In charged that In retaliation Donahuo
struck him on tho head, knocking him
down, with fatal results.
Oregoninus Visit San. Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22.-A party of'
prominent Orcgonlans arrived today from
the National Irrigation conrrress held re
cently at El Paso. Included in tho num
ber were E. L. Smith. J. M. William
son. E. M. Brannlck, A. King Wilson,
secretary of the Oregon association: A.
H. Devers, Judge S. A. Lowell and Toni
Women in Berlin University.
BERLIN. Nov. 22. There aro C19 women
attending tho Berlin university, being tho
record number. The Increase occurs not
withstanding tho fact that the number
of Russian women has been reduced
through tho more stringent entrance re
qulrenionts. The United States lu well
reprcaeatcd - t)
We Are Thankful for such a Big Stock which we can offer you at these S '!
IS EXTREMB LO W' PRICES. Surely you need some of our BARGAINS.
11 Brushes Tinwa Toilet Articles I
I Cloth Brushes 1Q Deep Dish Pans, a bargain 15 English Elder Flower Soap, a cake. . 3 1
Shoe Brushes, 25c rogular ... ; Tin, Lonf or Baking Pan Toilet Powder, a box S$ jr
(3 Scrub Brushes 8n Saus Pans, extra strong, 20c regular. 124 Colgate's Perume, a bottle. . .
0 Bath Brushes, 25c Regular . . 1541 Pint Tin Cups , Colgate's Shaving Soap, a cake. .
... 54 m ' m
w Hair Brushes, 3Hc regular. . . 2Q4 Milk Strainer, durable . . . . 84 B Tooth Brushes, 5c and IvCt' wSw ll
W Hand or Vegetable Brushes, 2 for. . . 54 Two-Quart Covered Buckets . . j Vaseline, best quality, Blue Seal O & iSS IH
'HI f st Flesh Brushes (rubber), a sure bar- rl
Floor Dust Brushes JH Soup Strainers, 15c regular. . Vt gain 2jO& jH
SS Stove Brushes 8n
Deep Jelly Cake Pans , 4i Pozzoni's Face Powder, a box 25 III H
HI Dry Goods Woodenware Kitchen Utensils gfl H
ggS Chf O if Covered Sauce Pans, blue enamel a rf, fftg
Sg Turkish Towels, extra quality Vys Double-Point ToothsJPicksa box. .. . Zjty ware, white lined, 72c regular
Crash Toweling for kitchen or roller f f. -j f. u
(0 towels, a yard Of Wooden Spoons - . -r, , U T if
W Frying Pans, 20c regular 11' fc(5
W , r sf. Small Wash Boards, for handker- -a O W $0
Saxony Yarn, all colors 5 & chiefs, etc iJLU' Baking Dishes, white enamel, 20c -fl 3 jH
mk uo7 reffUlnr l6U Wk
Red Wool Flannel, only, a yard iyv' Spring Clothes Pins, a dozen j r IH
' T IVLft Turkey Roasting Pans, 25c regular. . IS 1
Gray Wool Flannel, only, a yard ... . ZiZY Spice Cabinets, 92c regular J
S Outing Flannel, well fleeced, a yard.. 9$ Towel Rollers 10 Granite Pie Pans. H
pig White Wool Flannel, for underwear. 19 Rolling Pins, 15c regular. . . : 8 Granite Coffee Pots, 33c regularTrrT 20
tfJg Bleached Sheeting, 9-4, a yard . . ... 234 Hardwood Toothpicks, a box. . , .... -34 Granite Kitchen Spoons. . . .
SS Toilet Paper, think of this low , I Kottle Knobs, fit almost any S
price, a roll jw T kinl ol kitchen utensil, each ffl
j' 4 Certs ' c5flF , S Cert I
j ALL OVER THE WORLD j
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. Briefs con
taining the arguments of counsel for Sen
ator Joseph R. Burton of Kansas wero
tiled in the United States Supreme court
today. Tho court has advanced the case
for hearing on Monday, tho 2Sth inst.
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. -The $1,300,000 gold
coin shipment which the National Citi
bank had arranged to send to Cuoa this
week lias been postponed. Tho National
Cltv bank shipped today to Montreal $2o0.
OCO'ln gold coins.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. The vacancy
In the list of Rear Admirals created by the
retirement today of Rear Admiral Theo
dore F. Jewell will be filled by tho pro
motion of Capt. Royal B. Bradford.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 22. President
Roosovclt lias approved the application
of Col. Charles H. Heyl. Inspector Gen
eral, for retirement after 30 years' service
in the army.
BERLIN. Nov. 22. Hclnrich Knoto, the
German Wagnerian tenor of Munich, has
departed for the United States, where he
Is 'under a four months' professional con
SALON I CA. Nov. 22. Thoro was a dem
onstration by 13,000 Turks at Kluprull on
permission to defend themselves against
November 20, demanding protection or
the Bulgarians. Tho demonstration as
sumed a violent form.
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov. 22. Tho
Bourso Gazette urges the negotiation of
a commercial treaty with the United
States on the ground that the'complotlon
of the Panama canal will ureally increase
trade between tho United States and Kus
VLADIVOSTOK, Nov, 22. Vlco Admiral
Skrydloft has returned here from Mukden.
Violated Sunday-Closing Law.
EL PASO, Tex . Nov. 22. The managers
and other officials of tho several brewing
plants of El Paso and tho locul branch of
tho American Smelting and Refining com
pany havo been arrested for violations of
the Sunday closing law.
VALUABLE STOCKS STOLEN.
Taken From a Safety Deposit Box by
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. Behind the
publication by a detective agency in
Wall street of a notice warning brokers
and bankers that the assignment on two
certificates for 100 shares of United
States- Steel preferred stocks, amounting
to 51S.000 and one certificate for fifty
shares of Michigan Copper mining stock
worth about 5500 had been forged Is a
report that the certificates were stolen
by a trusted man In the employ of Ed
ward Breltung of Marquette.
It Is stated that the employee ex
pressed a desire to take a short vaca
tion three weeks ago, After he had gone
Erditung learned -that the man had left
no definite address and told different
persons various stories as to his desti
nation. Suspicion was aroused and an
examination of the safety deposit box
to which the man had access was hur
riedly made It is said to have result
ed In the discovery that several hun
dred shares wore missing besides the
Breltung hurried east and found that
the man already had transferred some
of the sluires to his own name. Owing
to the form of assignment which the
certificates bore there is some question
as to who will have to boar the loss.
Tnft Arrives at Pensacola.
PENSACOLA. Fla.. Nov. 22.-Sccretary
Taft and his party arrived at 7:30 this
morning on tho Dolphin from New Or
leans and sailed for Panama at noon on
tho Columbia. The Secretary was mot by
a committee of Pensacola citizens repre
senting tho local Chamber of Commerce.
To Aid Irrigation Project.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 22 The Secrotary
of the Interior has ordered the withdraw
al from entry of 325,000 acres of land In
the Prescott (Ariz.) district on account
of the Colorado river irrigation project in
M SmWER 0FMEM.W
' MS BO SUBSTITUTE
CATARRH and nil curable dluciac
of the oyc, ear, note, throat, lunrfj. atom' ' fif IH
tch, liver, bowels, kidneyz. bladder fc.id Jjvt
all clironlc. nervoua and private dio7oscB siir-'Q-, 1
of both oozes, and discuses of children. ' I
Down Tatuient Carca. Writ ''Yih$f7v ll
lor frco yuiptotn lint If you on- ijjZtSS eAir IB
not call. Couaiittatloa Kre, y'fr
h Da.A-a. BnoUEi Special Offur Fh Private Diseases , H
Uatortnnataa, of both coses, who are sanortOrf ima Prlraio Dlseauo whether caasod tr lgnor- iPjH
anoa, excess or contculoa haTO olwnj kon loo-od -Jpon q .loci Urns to pro? by tbo Bbarlis nnd 1 JiiJlH
Obarlntans who poeo 04 ppucJ6ltiUH and rob tho tudoror for worthlosa treatmonu DBS. ' ' HH
BHOP.K3' DO NOT JlBK. YQO TO PAY TlyEl OWB DOLLAR VHtlli OOKBD OlOiESd ?' iH
tou wian to yourself. V ' PH
DR8. BUORUS' KNOW TSEY OAW OUR It AND DO OUT1B PRIVATE DISDA8E6 IN JSOVB It fliH
OUX3 PBEHAiJUHTLY, and to PROVE their skill In thla mua or altmenta, tmsT treat and ' fllH
oure c6ob c&ze beforo tho patient Is requlrod to par Dn. ShMT' one dollar. Or boioirhn profcr. J ijljll
teaj par the feo In small rrrklr or monlhlT lns:.iUmont3 n tlia onro proyreaecs. THIS HONEST HHH
PLAit OF UBaZjINO 7ITH THE AFFLIOTED. deals n death blow to tbo Qnaelr nnd yOrir irho 1 jijH
demands nil Cash, lu exchaaco tor cttoptr promises. Did tou itat or of u FtJsir rufundlng a 1 ijljlll
ponnj to a dupod palleut? Take no ohanct-J yon cannot lois ku- monvy 'r yon don't par U out. IliiiH
Nlno-tontiw of so osllod " WBa.KKEE3E3 OF MEN" aro Mmpij tho result of oalivnwd or 1 HHH
lodamad PKJ8TATU GLAND Dn. Shoros ncn- LOOAL TRBATllENT for soch cotos, IN V ARI-
AlilA CUREti ast oilinr Docwra how many caees Ibor ouro nndar the old cad usoleas plan of IfllH
V ircitmeDt for tht tronblo. W? euro LOST MANHOOD. BomlniU Waaimcas. Spermatorrhoea. HHH
i OONOUIllIOKA, SYPHILID, VARICOCELE and kindred troablee, hi lasa tlsoo nnd for lots
inonoy, than any Institution In Uvo Trost, eTory caeo-ln eontldoQilal tto never tisoa oamo or botrny IJlJI
a secret. ConKultutton, Examination and Arirtto FRHB by mail ir at tho oCJca. IIJlJH
OFK1UH HOURS: 0 a in to 0 p m; EtooIiius I to d ; Suiiays ana holldajs 10 a m to II. iH
DgS. SHORES jSHJRESJ jxperlSpeciais(sf 249 Stt'SA
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PROSTATIC TROUBLES 2. NERVOUS DEBZLITY Jt
, : dlnx:ase. In from 6 to 20 days. ftW 20 to CO dayfl. by my own fa- H UH
! YtVl sr& flfSi rnous method. i pH
WASTING WEAKNESS V - dleappcar complotoly and U
1 -Ns- JV forever; it Is safo, painless H H
Ttrae of euro, 10 to 60 days, A fW and bloodleca. An abaoluto N H
y bv my original, vory nlmplo tV ruitih euro jraaranteod. IIB
remedy (used exclusively by VkyX a'i,v' I iH
mc- 7f mWWJ BLOOD POISON I
PRIVATE DISEASES ' t WWMMi' Every veBtlco of poison re- JH
, , B yYVS Wv moved from system without
' cured in S to 10 day3, wlthou. aid of mercury or potash. ,
the use of po'sonouo drugs. v N . IIIH
Consultation Is frco and Inrltod, and in consulting me you may bo sure that pJH
! nothing that cclcnco can devioe or skill perfect has boon left undone to afford j plj
von n speedy, cafe and permanent euro . d
' WRITE mo in full confidence, explaining your troubles as they appear to Jppj
! you and receive by return mall my honeat and candid opinion of your case. jpppj
j eooK MEDieaL eo., Smir'&Ufs-S.S: I ,
1IfVJ ' ii SPECIALIST. j I
-?5)v VS?rfrf vft , iJ5 " Aticroscopic and Analytfc Physician. E
iW$M&lU CUBES Fits. Nervous AVealtnesJU. Nou- V
I ralgia. Varlcocelo, AVoak Spine, Bilious- h PPB
Klf'vf'y nees. Gravel, Soro Eyes, Lung Dlsease.i, ppH
T-A. &Y Tape Worm, Dyepopsla, Liver and Kid- IjljljH
fWW t&ksW ne' Complaint, Deafness. Catarrh, Ery- pH
SlKff slpelas. Old Sores. Scrofula. Rheumatism, ffl
VinTtyW( h Stiff Joints. Piles In tholr worst form. PPH
WTOvTl TiV Those afflicted with Epilepsy or Fits can ppH
r'BlHvvtfLr oe permanently cured. 0 iiH
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