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Friday, Fcbninry 28, 1010
Provides That All Persons
Shall Be Enumerated
At Their ."Usual! Place"! Of
Some Information About Jhe
Washington, D. C, Feb. 22. The
explicit and longthy 'flrlutod lnstru&
lions to tho consus enumerators,
T7hlch have been prepared by tho
United States census bureau, give u
lcar Idea of tho charactor of tho
onsworo expected from tho people of
the United States with regard to tho
Questions in the population schedule
to ho carried In tho Decennial cen
sus April 15 next.
All answers are to have reference
solely to tho "Consus Day," which Is
April 15. Persons living on that
day, but who died after It and befora
'iho enumerators call, aro to bo count
ed, but persons born after April 15
aro not to be included in tho count.
Persons who were single on April 15
aro to bo roportcd as single, oven
though they have married subsequent
ly and before tho canvasser has call
ed. This Is true, similarly, of per
sons who became widowed or divorc
ed after April 15.
Tho consus law provides that all
persons shall bo enumerated at their
"usual placo of abode" on April 15.
This means tho place whero chey may
be said to live or belong or tuc piaco
which Is their home. As a rule, tho
nBual place of abode is not the placo
whero n person works or where ho
eats, but whoro ho regularly sleeps.
Tho onumcrtn-jrs aro cautioned, how
ever, that where a man happens to
sleep at the time of tho enumeration
may not be cho placo whoro ho reg
There will bo a number of persons
having their usual places of abode in
enumeration districts who will bo
absent April 15. These are to bo in
cluded and enumerated after tno
facta regarding them have been ob
tained from their families, relatives,
acquaintances, or othor persons able
to give tho information. For in
stance, if a member of any family In
an enumeration district Is temporar
ily away from home on a visit, or on
business, or traveling for pleasure, or
attending school or college, or s:ck
In a hospital, such absent person Is
to bo enumerated and Included with
othor mombers of tho family. Cut
a son or daughter regularly living
In another locality should not bo
counted with tho family at homo.
Servants, laborers, or other em
ployees, who live with tho family,
and sleep in the same house or on
the- premises, should bo enumerated
with tho family.
Tho census bureau states that there
will bo, on tho other hand, a cer
tain number of persons present and
perhaps lodging and sleeping in dis
tricts at tho time- of tho enumeration
who do not havo their usual places
of abode there. These aro not to bo
enumerated. It must be assumed
that thoy will bo enumerated olso
whoro. The canvassers should not.
thoiofore, unless ,It Is practically cer
tain thac they ylll not bo enumer
ated anywhoro elso, enumorate or In
clude with tho members or a family
they are enumerating any of tho fol
Porsons visiting a family;
Transient boarders or lodgers who
havo some otl2r usual or perman
ent placo of abode:
Students or children living or
boarding with a family in order to
attend somo school, collego, or oth
cr educational Institution in tho lo
cality but not regarding tho placo ns
Pqrsons who tako tholr meals with
a family but lodgo or sleep elsewhere;
Servants, apprentices, or otner
porsons omployed by a family and
working in tho housa or on tho prom
ises, but not sleeping thoro; oi
Any person who was formerly In
a family, but who has slnco become
a pormanent Inmato of an asylum,
almshouse, homo for tho aged, re
formatory, prison, or any other Insti
tution In which tho Inmates may re
main for long periods of timo.
YTTATj oknsus qukstions
Washington, D. C, Fob. 22. Tho
charactor of tho questions concerning
color or race, aged at last birthday.
conjugal condition, number of years
of present marriage, tho number of
children born, and tho number o
children now living, to bo asked by
tho enumerators In tho Thirteenth
United States census, beginning April
in, next. Is clearly explained In the
printed Instructions to tho census-
takers, which havo been prepared 5
tho United Staks census burcuu. All
the questions reluto solely to condi
tlons existing on tho "Census tay",
which i April 15.
Answers relative to color or race
aro to be entered on the schedule at
"W" for white; "B" for black; "Mu
for mulatto; "Ch" for Chinese; "Jp"
for Japanese; and "In" for Indian.
For ccnBUS-purpoaes, tho term
"black" (D) includes all negroes oi
full blood, while "mulatto" (Mu)
Includes all negroes not of full blood.
but having any porceptlblo trace ot
As to ago at last birthday of tno
person enumerated, tho enumerators
aro cautioned that this question calls
only for tho ago In completed, years
at tho last birthday. Therefore, a
person whoso exact ago on April lb
Is 17 years, 11 months, and 5 days
should bo returned simply as 17, be
cause that Is his ago at his last birth
day. In the caso of children not two
years old, tho age should ho glvon
In completed months, expressed as
twelfths of a year. Thus, 'the ago ot
a child, 3 months old should bo en
tered as 3-12, a child 7 months old
as 7-12, a child 15 months old as 1
3-12, etc. If a child Is not yet a
month old tho enumerators aro to
enter tho ago as 0-12. A child who
Is Just a year old on tho 17th of
April, 1910, should nevertheless tie
returned as 11-12, because that is its
ago In completed months on April
15. The enumerators are told to
tako particular pains to get tho exact
age of children.
If the person was born outside the
United States, the enumerator Is to
enter tho country (not city or dis
trict) in which he was born. Instead
of Great Britain, ho is told to write
Ireland, England, Scotland, or Wales
In tho case of persons born in the
double kingdom of Austria-Hungary
tho enumerator is cautioned to be
sure to distinguish Austria from Hun
gary. In tho caso of those born In
Austria proper, thoy are to distin
guish also those born in Bohemia and
those born in Austrian Poland
Thoy should write Finland and not
Russia for a person born in Finland.
The Inquiry as to tho number of
children born applies to women who
are now married, or who are widow
ed, .or divorced. Tho answer should
give tho total number of children that
each woman has had during her life
time. It should Include, therefore,
tho children by any formor marriage
as "well as by her present marriage.
It should not Include the children
which her present husband may nave
had by a former wife, oven though
they are members of her family.
Still-born children aro not to be in
cluded. Tho question concerning tho num
ber of children now living refers only
to tho children which tho woman ner
self has had. Ths enumerator Is re
quired to Include all of these chil
dren that are living, no matter wheth
er they are living in his district or
Won't Need a Crutch
When Editor J. P. Sossman, o
Cornelius, N. C, bruised his leg bad
ly, It started an ugly sore. Many
salves and olntmenta proved worth
less. Then Bucklon's Arnica Salve
healed it thoroughly. Noth'ni; is eo
prompt and sure for Ulcers. Boils,
Burns, Cuts, Corns. Sores. Pimples,
Eczema or Piles. 25c at Q. R. Bak
er & Son's, Mt. Vernon, and F. Flak
DOGS ON VIEW IN BOSTON
Boston, MaES., Feb. 22 Moro than
four hundred varieties of tho canine
kingdom wore displayed to view when
tho twenty-sixth annual exhibition of
tho Now England Kennel Club was
opened In Mechanics' Building this
morning. Wcn-known kennels through
out tho United States and Canada aro
represented nt this year's exhibition,
which is the largest In tho history
of tho club. Four thousand dollars
In prize money, 200 loving cups and
scores of special prizes will ho dis
tributed among the winning owners.
Took All His Money
Often all a man earns goes to doc
tors or for medicines, to cuto .'
Stomach, Llvor or Kidney tr'iubl
that Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills woulc
quickly cure at slight cost. Bcs
for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Bltious
oess, Constipation, Jaundice. Malaria
and Debility. 25o at O. n. Baker
& Son's, Mt. Vernon, and F. FJnU
Washington, Fob. 22 AH official
business was suspended In tho capital
today In observance of tho legal holi
day. Tho Sons of tho Hovolutlon, the
Society of the Cincinnati and othor or
ganizations hold their usual exercises
and numorous receptions were given
In honor of tho day. During tho fore
noon tho senato galleries wero filled
with a largo throng assembled to
hear tho reaalng of Washington's
farewell address by Senator Depaw.
Was Hollin C, Curtis In Rent
ing A Sleigh
And Made Big Profit Out Of
His Investment v
Mr. Rollln C. Curtis drifted Into
a reminiscent mood in discussing the
unusually severe winter weather with
a Banner man.
"Tho most snow I ever saw' re
marked Mr. Curtis, "was in the win
ter of 1851, when thero was good
blelghlng for thirteen weeks. Just
think of three months of 'tho beauti
ful' on the ground I That's going
some! But It was aii Mil wind that
blows nobody good', and I was tho
one to profit by It."
"Shoveling snow?" ventured the
"I? Not much! I was only a
lad, but by perseverance and Industry
had accumulated five dollars all
good gold dollars which my motnei
carefully kept for mo tucked away
In the- back part of a bureau drawer
About the time of tho first fall of
snow I read In the Banner an adver
tisement of a sleigh for sale, and at
once I though I saw an opportunity
to mako somo money. I hunted up
tho man who owned It and learned
he would soil It for $5. It was a rath
er dilapidated vehicle, but I conclud.
cd to buy It, which I did, and hauled
it down in front of my father's hard
waro storo In tho room now occupied
by tho Guaranty bank. Along came
a young man who wnnted to hire the
sleigh for a ride to Frederlcktown
and offered mo fifty cents for Its
use. I pointed out to him its weak
condition, but ho was willing to
chanco his life In it, and agreed If
It broke1 down to have It repaired for
mo. Ho got backfall right and with
tho fifty cents ho gave mo I had
some braces put on the sleigh, which
made It perfectly sound, and then
I proceeded to hire It out for the
balance of tho winter Well, tb mako
a long story short, I took In $78,
that winter renting the sleigh, and
Just as the snow was about leaving
the ground I sold It for $13. How Is
that for making money on an Invest
ment of $G?"
"Does an affidavit accompany your
Tho comrade crossed his heart.
Saved From AwitU Peril
"I never felt so near my grave,'
writes Lewis Chambllu of Manches
ter, Ohio, R. R. No. 3, "as when a
frichtful cough and lung trouble
pulled mo down to 116 pounds In
spite of many remedies and the best
doctors. And that I am alive today
Is duo solely to Dr. Kind's New Dis
covery, which completely cured mo.
Now I weigh 160 pounds and can
work hard. It also cured my four
children of croup." Infallible for
Coughs and Colds, Ita the most cer
tain remedy for La Grippe, Asthma,
desperate lung troubleand all bron
chial effectlons, 50c and $1. A trial
bottle freo. Guaranteed by G. R.
Baker & Son, Mt Vernon: F. Fink.
NORTHWEST TEXAS BANKERS
Wichita Falls, Tex., Feb. 22 At thr
annual mooting of tho Northwest Tex
us Bankers' Association which waf
hold hero today tho Hon. L. II. Mathlr
delivered tho address of welcome, tc
which T. W. Slack of Forth Wortl
responded on bohalf of tho vlsltinf
bankers. Addresses wero delivered 01
"Tho Best Method of Handling Cot
ton Accounts," by John II. P. Jonei
of Childress; "Tho Duty of tho Citj
Bank to Its Interior Correspondents,'
by Henry James of Abllono; "Tin
Duty of tho Interior Bank to Its Re
Ecrvo Agent or Its City Correspond
onts," by J. W, Spencer of Anson.
President Helps Orphans
Hundreds of orphans have bee
helped by tho President of the In
dustrlal and Orphan's Home at Ma
con, Ga., who writes: "Wo hav
used Electric BIttors in this Instltu
tlon for nine yoars. It has proved
a most excellent modlclno for Stom
ach, Llvor and Kidney troubles. We
regard it as one of tho boat family
medicines on earth." It Invigorate
all vital organs, purifies tho blood
aids digestion creates appetite. To
strengthen and build up palo, thin
weak children or rundown people it
has no equal. Best for female com
plaints. Only 50c at G. R. Baker &
3on.'s, Mt. Vernon; F. Fink, Fred
TAKEN TO REFORMATORV
G. L. Shannon, who was sentenced
to tho Mansfield reformatory by
Judge Wlckham for forgery, was tak
on to tho Institution Tuesday morn
Ing by Doputy Sheriff Woollson.
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
Vest Cntil Shower
For Mm. KlnimlKnn
Mrs, Wm. Flannlgan of West Vino
street was given a post card shower
on Monday In honor of her birthday
annlersary. Sho received many
beautiful cards from friends and rel.
Tho wedding of Mr. Roy Cochran
of near Frederlcktown and Miss
Mamlo Ruggles of near Chestorvlllo.
was solemnized at tho home of the
groom's parents at noon Tuesday.
About fifty guests wore present at
tho ceremony which was performed
by Rev. Jones of Chcsfcerville. Mr.
and Mrs. Cochran will make their
homo near Fredorlcktown.
Word has been received announc
ing tho wedding of Mr. Hyde 01
Youngstown and Miss Maude Dum
bauld, of near Granville. Miss Dum
bauld formerly resided near Lock,
having moved with her parents, to
Granville a short time ago. The
wedding took placo Monday evening
at tho homo of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Hydo will mako their
homo In Columbus.
Enjoy Sled Rldo
A merry crowd of young poople
enjoyed a bob-sled rldo Monday ev
ening to tho homo of Miss Starr,
who resides on tho Gambler road,
east of tho city. A very pleasant ev
ening was spent by all, refreshments
being 'served. Those who composed
tho party were Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Tarr, Mr. and Mrs. James Lam
son, Miss Mac Smalloy, Miss Jean
Starr, Miss Cecil Wrentzel, Miss Lou
ise Spcrry, Miss Margaret Martin.
Miss Eveline Lyman, Mr. Walter
Starr and Mr. Carl Fettlg.
Bridge Works fire, and snow scene
postals at Scribner's, 20 N. Main St.
Mr. W. M. Bernard of Centorburg
spent Tuesday In Mt. Vernon attend
ing to some matters of business.
$1 purchases nn nlarm clock it
Mr. W. II, Snow of Danvlllo spent
Monday in Mt. Vernon transacting
some matters of business.
Mr. Ray Hull and family of Fred
erlcktown spent Sunday In Chester
ville, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Brlcker
of Mt. Vernon aro spending several
days In Lock, tho guest of Mr. Brok
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brlck
er. $0.fiO will purcliaso n gold watch
gunruntcetl 10 years at Penn's.
Mrs. Charles Snow has returned
to her homo on North Gay street af
ter a several days' visit with her
mother, Mrs. A. B. Black, who has
been quits' 111 at her homo In Dan
vlllo. Mrs. Black Is greatly Improv
$1 buys watch fully guaranteed at
The Knights of Columbus at Col
umbus, Ohio, held an Initiation Tues
day afternoon, which will bo follow
ed In the evening by a banquet.
Those who went over to attend these
functions from Mt. Vornon wero:
Messrs. John Colopy, James McDon-
nough, Harry Kennedy, Frank Tiglie.
Hnrry Weber, Charles Kllkenney,
Lawrence Christopher, Paul Smlth-
hlslor, Ralph Henley, Alban Ecken
rode, Frank Eckenrodo, Michael Jle
Halo, Rodham Tulloss, Cyril F. AI
lerdlng, William McCormlck, Albus
Supp, Thomas Kelley, and Josopn
Popular Mechanics, Short Stories
Review of Reviews, Anslccs nnd nil
other popular magazines 011 salo .it
Mr. Arthur Robertson, who Is at
tending tho Ohio Wesleyan Medical
school at Cleveland, Is spending sev
eral days In Mt. Vernon, the guest
of relatives nnd friends.
The Soldier's relief committee isct
Monday afternocn nnd tho regular
business was attended to. Tho meet
ings adjourned until March 7.
FOR 8ALE Farm of H acres
miles from city. Pr'co $5,C00
doe Stream & Rimer. tt
WANTED Tenant for 150-ncre
farm one milo weBt of Mt. Vernon.
R. C. RIngwalt.
Do you use nn atomizer In treating
Nasal Catarrh? If so you will ap
preciate Ely's Liquid Cream Balm,
tho quickest and surest remedy for
this disease In all curatlvo prop
erties it 13 identical with tho solid
Cream Balm, which Is so famouB arc
so successful In overcoming Catarrh,
Hay Fovor and Cold in tho head.
Thero Is relief in tho first dash of
spray upon the hoatcd sensitive alr
passages. All druggists, 7Ec, in
eluding spraying tube, or mailed t
Ely Bros., 50 Warren St., Now York.
Of Altnrney Mooney Prevent
ed Session Of Court
In This City On Wednesday
And There Will Be No Court
' Until Mar. 7
A Partition Suit Is Filed In
Other Items Of Interest From
Temple Of Justice
Judge Wlckham was to have been
in the city Wednesday to hear the
case of Stewart vs. tho Insurance
company, but on account of tin sick
ness of Judge Mooney of Columbus,
one of the attorneys for the defense,
It was necessary to continue the cae.
Thoro will bo no moro court ui
tll Monday, March 7, when tns res
ular assignment of cases will bo tak
A suit In partition has been filed
In tho court ot common pleas of
Knox county by Douglass Squires
agalnBt Timothy Squires et al. The
land In question Is located In Mlllur
township. William H. Thompson Is
the, attorney for the plaintiff.
Offices Closed -
Tho offices at tho Knox county
court house were all closed on Tues
day on account of tho anniversary
of Washington's birthday and uil the
officials enjoyed the holiday, except
ing Janitor Purdy who spent the U.iy
in shoveling snow from the roof of
tho buildings nnd in making other
repairs about the court house.
Tho county commissioners were In
session Monday, but tho only bust
nets transacted was the payment of
a largo numbor of bills.
S'.tli nnd Final
A sixth, and final account has be?n
faed In probate by Llnna C. Duibin.
guardian of John Vincent Durbln ot
ah, showing the following: Received.
$770.39; paid out tho same amount.
Lawrence Lloyd Shaffer, hay and
grain dealer, Mt. Liberty, and Ava
Dell Walker, Centorburg. The Rev.
L. G. Walker.
W. R. Youst, school teacher, Minor
township, and Annabello Hollings
worth, Mt. Liberty. Tho Rev. W. H.
Frank Keenan, farmer, and Mar
tha May Trickle, both of Fivder
Icktown. Tho Rev. Thomas Hamuiy.
Wilbert Mapes to Erastus Pur
baiigh, lot 20, Boynton & Hill's ad
dition to Mt. Vernon, $1.
Wm. Hlldebrand to Burch Hiug:r
et al., 25 acres In Harrison, .JIC'O.
i3afle to VIrta Haugor, 45 acvc3 in
Claia S. Hlldreth et al., to Henry
O. Bostwlck, C.18 acres In Miller,
Chas. M. Falrchlld to Sarah L. Dill
rymp'o, lot G7, II. B. Curtta's add .
Mt. Vornon, $1500.
Guilty To Bootlegging
But Sentence Not Yet Pass
ed By The Mayor
Georgo Graff, who was arrested
Tuesday by Officer MdElroy on a
charge of bootlegging, and whose
hearing was sot for Thursday morn
ing at 9 o'clock, decided to chaugt
his plea to that of guilty and was
accordingly arraigned before Mayoi
Mitchell Wednesday shortly b fort
noon. Graff pleaded guilty, but May
or Mitchell reserved sentence for t
day or so and sent the young man
hack to tho county Jail.
Comes To Young Lady Two
Weeks After Marriage
Visited In Mt. Vernon On
Miss Enid Williams, daughter of
Bev. and Mrs. A. B. Williams o
East Chestnut street, received a tele
gram Wednesday from Charlerol
Pa., announcing the sad news of the
death of Mrs. Carolyn Ingold, a class
mate of Miss Williams while studentt
at Hiram college. Mrs. Ingold, whe
was formerly Mies Carolyn Phillips
was married on February 9, Just two
weeks prior to her death. Mr. and
Mrs. Ingold visited Miss Williams in
this city on February 13 and 14 on
their wedding trip. Upon her return
to her home In Charlerol, Pa., pneu
monla developed, which resulted in
her death on Wednesday morning.
h J 4 4
.. OBITUARY 4.
-j ! j j j j j j j j
Mrs. Mary Kelly
Mrs. Mary Kelly, widow of the
late Thomas Kelly, formerly of .Mt
Vernon, died at her home In Colum
bus, O., Tuesday evening at 9:30
o'clock, after a several days' llln:st
of pneumonia. She was fifty-three
years ot age and is survived by five
daughters and one son.
The remains will be brought to
Mt, Vernon Friday morning at S:19
over the C, A. & C. railroad and tak
en direct to St. Vincent de Paul's
Catholic church where the tuuer.ii
services will be conducted by the
Rev. L, W. Mulhane. Interment In
Iva May Workman
Ira May Workman, aged 26 years,
wife of Ora Workman, died at four
o'clock Tuesday morning at her home
near the Luthern church near Jello
way, her death being due to septic
aemia. The funeral Thursday morn
ing at 10:30 o'clock at the North
Bend church, Rev. Heaston officiat
ing. Interment In the North Bend
I have sold nearlv two carlnsd
since JdLuary J'' and still have about
of the celebrated
axd a car of the old
Both First-class, on which
1 am making"
to all who will take their f0rce oul
arly, I need the room and you can
aaul 1 now bettfr than after thi
road pet bad, Tnls is a good deal
for botn of us.
206 W. High St.
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SYRUP MAKING SUPPLIES
Sap Palls, 14c, ICC, and ICo each.
Sap Spouts, $1.50 hundred.
Syrup Cans (1 Oal.), $1 dozen.
Wooloon's Department Storo.
Tho Farmers' & Merchants' Na
tional bank, located at Mt. Vornon,
in tho Stato of Ohio, Is closing Us
affairs. All noto holders and othor
creditors of tho association are there
fore hereby notified to prcsont tho
notes and other claims for payment.
Dated February 17, 1910.
A. L. BYRNS,
Big money for 8 hours' work:
easily learned; positions furn
ished; write today,
The STANDARD TELEGRAPH
ACADEMY, Lima, Ohio
CntliTlne Harrngton, whose resilience
Is unknown, and the unknown heirs, tle-vh-eefi
and beneficiaries of Dalsv Green,
deceased, will take notice than on the "trd
day of Feb.. lSlCv K. C Howell, as admin
istrator of the estate of Hannah Frovel,
filed his petition In the Probate Court.
Knox County, Ohio, against the nbove
named and others, asking for nn order for
the sale of the real estate of whinli Han
nah Travel died seized, to pay her debts,
Being Lot. No. 29 and the north one-half
of Lot No. 38 In Porterficld's addition to
the town of niadensburg. Knot County.
Ohio; also a small parcel containing about
14 of a town lot directly couth of tho
above. Defendants must nnrivfr on or be
fore tho 2Sth day of March. 1110
E. C. riOWHLTj.
By Lewis B. Ilouck,
Atty. for Plaintiff.
Feb. 3, 1310.
SP. I.F. VOHE
WILL MAKE HIS
163d Visit to Mt. Vernon
Curtis Hotel fSftrv
SEE HIM! SEE IMS PATIENTS
THEN IF YOU ARE NOT SATI&
VIED DO NOT TAKE TRESTMEN?
L. F. VOKE, PH. G., M. D.
Graduate, Ohio State Unlvenity, Surllrg Med
Tcal College, American ColUpeofOptoaietiy Eight
yean of College and Unlvcrttty training. Neatly
twenty yeaM experience In the treament ol
CHRONIC DlSE&ESofMEN AVD WOMEN.
To Chnnic afT'etloni of the Lul)S, Head, Nose,
Throat, Ban. Uron:hlal Tubes ui Cacrifc, Cou.
la nptl in (tatlv stages , BroDihilif, Asthma, Etc.
Stomach, Liver, Bonds, as InHujeition, Dye
pensta. Utlitott&ncis. Con.upaton, DUrrhoea.
Blood, lleirt, SUn at Uhcumiiiin, Eczema,
Pimples, niood Poitun, Scrofula, Had Blood, Etc.
Nervs, Spine, Brain as Epilepsy, Fin, Neural
:u. HeidtCfie. Sie-ptestnets. Dizzine;, Nervous
EYiaiiition. Oeioondencv, Lis of I lemory. Etc
Kidneys, Bladder, Prostate as Dub-trs Dngnt'i
Di.cise, Inflammation or riiHnes anil Hladaer, Etc
Piles, Re.tal Diseases and Varicocele treated
wi ho it ue of kn"feo'tieenMnn fm lms'n-ss,
Nn matter what the disease. If It is chronic,
obscure or difficult, you are invited to call or
write regarding It.
FREE EYE EXAMINATION
Your siht H too preclolis to be trifled with De
l-cuve viki n i often causfd by dissase GUssetf
fitted and furnUhcd.
HOME TREATMENT FOR WOMEN
The rerairlcabte tuccess of Dr, Voks Horn
Tteatmeut for Women it attested to by hundrtds ol
satiifud patients. It saves many suffering womeu
from dangerous operations. Akinnuhins Remit if
Many c net pronounced hopelen have yielded read
ily. Women suflertng from any disease or weal?
&e peculiar to their sex are Invited tocall or write
MC M r Voice wants a private, heartito
ulM heartulkor correspondence vmhcverV
man who Is weak, nervous, broken down, difcour
agedr suffering from an disease caused by lgnot'
ance, cxcekses.coataeion, incompetent trratintnt cl
neglect. Success or future In life depends on ynui
physi al and mental condition. Do not put off n
matter of such vital Importance Do something
noWt Writa tod iy if you cannot cill. Everything
confidential. Consultation and advice free,
WHY CONSULT DR. VOKE1
He has niado reeular visits to this community fat
neatly lift -en years and has established a perms
nent practice and reputation.
Ills practice Is HmlUd to Chronic Diseases, ano
he has s pent practically all his life in the study anl
treatment of then.
Ills Specialty: To devise and furnish at a Io
cost successful courses of home treatment for thosi
vrhohsveno time or money to spend at eipeusivi
hospitals and sanitariums.
He Is In the prime or life (forty-three) and a)
his very hrst for e 'od work.
His practice consists tnalnly of rare and diffi
cult cases having tailed to secure satitfactioa t'se'
At least threofottrthj of his patients are sen
to him by turner patrons
If he thin.! he cannot benefit you he will say so.
Dr. Voke's best references are his many friend!
and patients the result of fifteen years practice la
this community .
That Dr. Yoke Invites searching Investfzatloo, ol
his work and mnhods of treatment And that hi
chare's absolutely nothing for consultation an J
examination Your ruse wid receive his best at
teniion tverytliing confidential
Ills charges are so fair and reasonable that thl
po-ve.t oiMpg nan or woman need not hesitate t(
apply for treatment.
W'to for Free KnoUet, "Practical Suggestion!
on How to Keep Well '
ADDIirSS All. COMMUNICATIONS TO
L F. VOKE, M. D.
370 WEST SIXTH AVE. COlUMBUO, OHI