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THE DEMOCRATIC BANK!.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912.
VICTORY FOR THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
We offer Ono Hundred Dollara In
ward for any caso of Catarrh time
cannot bo cured by Unit's Citatrh,
F. J. CHENUY ft CO., Toleuu. O.
Vfe, tho undtrslnncd, Iuvm known r. J.
Cheney for tho lust 1" ye.it?, nn.l nuiexii
him perfectly lionorub u la nil tiuclnim
transactions and tlnnnclnlly abl' trt ran'y
out any obligation mado by I !n Urn..
WILSON ELECTED BY LARGEST
POPULAR AND ELECTORAL VOTE EVER GIVEN A CANDIDATE
NATIONAL DANK OP CO.M.UKTICK.
Hall's Catarrh Curo 1 taken Internally.
Acting directly upon tbo blood ami mu
cous mirfaoes of tho system. Testimonials
FOR PRESIDENT -NEW CONGRESS
DEMOCRATIC -LARGE PLURALITY FOR DEMOCRATS IN 110
eni r-.o iTico i& cents pr nniiic, qoio
by nil Druggists.
U'aka Hell's FU)ii Vllls t..r otJ'HIlM'lur.
!!!?!S5n-?S- nf',,,t?'' -1i'"9-'-"K',,!W('J' fnKfH- iW
Gets Cecord Plural
ity in New York.
TEDDY TAKES ILLINOIS
Ite Second in Number of
KFEAT "UNCLE JOE" CANNON
kmocrats Increase Majority In
. the House of Representatives.
I Progressives Probably Elect
t Fourteen Congressmen.
New York, Nov.vfi. Wowlrow Wll
'Mm has been elected president of tho
Salted States. Indications uio Unit
4fee Democratic uinjiulty In tlio .!:
Ssral collego will liu overwhelming.
Governor WIIhoii lias cuirlcd Maine,
Stasiiuchiisetts, Connecticut, New
CTork, Now Jersey. Ohio, Indiana,
'Wisconsin, Kentucky, Muryluiiil, Tun
MSnee, Nebraska anil Oiegou, Mid
ill southern states, and 1ms jirabatily
carried Allpsouri, Inwu and tho l),t
otsn. Kx-Pietiltleut Itiioiuvolt has cm i led
Jlllnoln, while, thu torlc-rlblic-il 'lli.-liuli-Vlcuu
stuto of Vermont Ik In doubt bt
itween Taft nnd Roosevelt,
Thai undent bulwark of ItcpuMI
casism, Pcuusylwiiilu, 1h In iloulit bu
ttwcon WIIhoii .mil Uoosovult. Mlchl
sjgau, equally strung In p. ml yearn In
tta allegiance to the Republican par
ity, has probably boon carried by
3l"k Democratic victory In ninny of
Ske&e rock-ribbed Republican Hlatuu
was lino entirely to tlio split In tho
(Republican intity and U tint cunill
dacy of ox-l'tenldeiit ItooNinolt. In
SBOHt Oj' tllOHO HtllU'H R'hlKOVOll gill tllfl
labor voto und tho, radical Republican
Ill all Hiatus where Roosevelt mitt
the Progresalvo ciuilldutos for govcr
Mir have nut second lo Wilson anil
he Democratic candidates for govcr
or, tho Progressive party will hao
toiitrnl of tlu election iiiiichlueryovur
ttto Republicans beginning with uuxt
ea r 'a municipal campaigns. This
neatrol will extend to I'Jll lu tho
Mate elections for governor uml inoui
rs of tlio legislature.
Sulzer Defeats Straus.
In Now York state, lu all counties
hero Oscar K. Straus, tlio Progios
sve candidate for governor, Iiuh rim
aecond lo William Sul.or, tho n-o-rbtveH
will liuto coutml ot tho
election muelilnuiy ovur tho Ropiibli
sens beginning with next year's mil
asfelpal -loc(loiiH. This control will
also extend, iii't'ordlug to law, to l'JH,
'vfeeii a governor Ih to liu elected and
legls latum Is also to bu elected
mhlvh will elect a United Htittttt huii
tor to micucoil Kllliu Hoot.
N rcturim from any or tho wonttrn
Uto bavo boon rwitlvcil aa )ot from
Mklca any ort of uu uccurato notion
mi ho obtalniii of how tho Htutoa of
tfc plulrm uml beyond tho Hockli'H
tev voted for iiroililnnt and vlcu
tMlitoiit. Tlio ballot machined of
MUtti-Bota have rebelled aKnlriHt tho
Otitic takru wltii them by tho unlit
tan of ticket and a IhkuI quoatloii
1m arlvou k to whether vote put
m Uicu attor U o'clock, the hour
kr ctoalBK tho polli, are legal votes.
Ww Mexico; which thu IroroH.
4Mm thouRtit wan miro for UooHovelt,
m apparently been can I ml by Wil
ton. California Ih mifoly for Hooho
U, but Norlh Dukirtu, whlrh tho
mocrata tlioimht whh af for Wll-
wjd, aeemu to bo about cmiully divld
wl between Tuft and Hoouuvclt,
Hut in Bplto of Uio luck of returns
ram tho plaint) and tho mountain
fciton of tho wem, thcro hpcihh to bo
mo doubt that Wiwdrow WIIhoii, with
Jfce wild Kouth and the hgIIiI oust, or
fatamit tho solid want, behind him will
at oaly ,bav a pluralty ot the popu
r Mt, bat' 'will bmva majority la
Vte electoral college.
JWacU" Joe Ombob, who has repre
sented thu KlKhtc'onth Illinois district
elnce tho memory of mnn runneth not
to tho contrary, ltna gone down to de
feat. Hcattcrln(? and tncomplote return 8
from .Missouri Indicate that Wilson
l.as rnrried ho state by not far from
20,000. Major has probably been
i'lected Democratic governor. Tho re
turns also Indlcato that both tho up
per and lower branches of tho Mis
souri legislature will he controlled by
The few returns received In Louis
iana hate brought sore disappoint
ment to the Progressives of that state.
The strong anticipated Itoosovolt Ben
tlinent seems to have eaten Into nor
mal Democratic plurality by less than
10 per cent In many parts of the
state Debs ran ahead of Taft
A dispatch from Denver states that
(he Mite In Colorado was unusually
heavy all over the state, but that be
cause of the long ballot nnd tho many
roiistltuttonnl amendments submitted
to the peoplo the result will not bo
!tuown boforo this afternoon.
In Indiana tho Democratic govern
or Is probably elected. Iluverldge has
been defeated and tho legislature Is
Itoosuvolt will curry ' Michigan by
from 7fi,000 to 100,00. This is based
on olllclul retuniH from half of tho
counties in the state. Ferrla (Dem.)
for governor will probably bo eloctod
by 2G.00O plurality. '
Now York, Nov. C. Wilson carried
Now York statu by approximately
J 50,000, and Bulzor wIiih by nenrly tho
snmii pluriillty, Wilson carried the
city of New York by a plurality ot
nbout 1 115,000 over HooBOVelt, Taft
running third. Humor's plurality Is
shout 110,000 over Straus.
For tlio tlrst tlnio In yeurH a Demo
cratic, piesldfiitlul candidate has
tome down to Harlem river with a
plurality to ndd to bin own pluiallty
In tl.o gi eater elty of New York. At
this hour Wilson and Mnrshalf scorn
to have outrun both HoMcvelt and
Tnft lu the Republican HtrongholdK
beyond tho northorn borders of Iho
Deinoerutlo city of New Yoik.
Now York, In addition to nhooslng
Dcmocrstlc candidate In the sint
nnd nation, bus put tho Democrats In
power apparently In both branches ot
thu lexlslsture. It looks as If the
Now York htate senate would stand
311 Democrats to 18 Republicans, Pro
gresnlvos and Hociullhts. The tower
branch of tho state leglMnture will be
tliuoxt two to one DemocraUc,
CIiIcaro, Nov. C Colonel Roosevelt
firm curried lllluoln by a handsome
plurality, Judging by tho returns ro-
celvcil from more than one-third ot
tliu precincts In Chicago and from a
Hiuull poitlon of thu districts outsldo
of Cook county. Indications aro ho
will go out of ChlcuKo with n loud of
Ifi.OOO over Wilson, who Itv In second
place, uml It Ih believed hu will huvo
at It ant lOO.ODQ more In thu down-
lleluruK from mine than half of tho
prccliirts of Chicago Indlcato that
Dunne, Democratic eandldulo for gov
ernor, him curried tho city over Do
nceu, IU'j.i by 05,000 to 70,000 plural
ity, Funk, Progressive, hun received
uboul 'to par cent of thu Itepubllcuu
oo ami Is third In the race.
William U O'Connell, Dunno's cam
paign Immunol', declares that Diiimo
will go out of Chicago with 85,000 to
the good ami ho will curry the state
l.os Angeles, Nov. ti. California
polled the lurgest voto lu bur history,
In spltu of tho fact that many Taft
supporters stayed nwuy from thu
)slls. Tlunto who vottsl cast Uielr
ballots for Wilson bociuiBe ot what
they term ".hu theft of tho stato mu
cblnory" by the Itoosevolt party, but
In spite of thU It'snoms from returns
that llooaovolt bus swept the stute,
Wilson's muiiuger.1 In vuriouu parts
of tho state, however, sUll claim that
ho will curry the statu by 10,000 plu
rality. Koohovolt'a supporters, oa the
other ..and, clulm Uio stato by C0.000
plurality. The woman voters, cast
lug their first vote for the presi
dency, are reportml divided, about tI5
per cunt for Hoosovelt and 16 pea
cent for Wilson, They polled practi
cally their niiUre tttrongth throughout
tho stutv, ,
Philadelphia, Nov. 0. The JPonn-
sylvnniii electorul voto appeared to
bo swinging from the Itoosevolt Into
the Wilson column. With n little loss'
than halt of Phlludcphlu to hear from,
tho Hull Mooso seems to be losing
ground mid ho may not lead Wilson
by more than 8,000 In tho city, with
President Taft loading hit) opponent"
by about 16,000 votes. Taking theso
' figures as a criterion, Governor Wll-
eon will have to overcome a lead ot
, about 28,000 vote In the state outside
M I'tusuurR ami Philadelphia. Ho
may be able to do It, but U count
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, w m , m , MiWM
lull '. "'
1 . tJK22il&JsJU!QiMirtiJ
will be very close. The Domocrntiu
statu committee, which claimed tho
state bv H0.00O for (lovornor Wilson,
Iiuh levlsed Its figures and now thinks
tho Democratic candidate may win by
Lincoln, Nob., Nov, C ltotunia In
dlciitu that on it lighter vote than in
1908, Wilson lias curried tho statu hy
upwards ot 15,000, Stephens Iiuh been
re-elected to congress in tho Third
district. Hloiin, Republican, is prob
nhly elected In the Ninth". Wilson
carries Luucuster, llryan's home
Wllllsm J. Jiryan forwarded tho fol
lowing congratulatory message to
Governor Wilson: "I most heartily
congratulate you and tho cpuntry
upon your election. Your splendid
campaign hni borne fruit hi great vic
tory. I um suro your administration
will prove a blessing to tho country
and a source of strength to our
Hartford, Conn., Nov. 6. ConnecU
out swung back to the Democratic
rank The vnln of Dim stdtM ithnwii
the choice ot' electors who will ca(tt
the sevou votes of thu stato for Wood.
row Wilson, that decision bdns; by av
plurality of 1,000. Simeon UaUlwln,
the Democratlo candidate for govor
of the stute, Is reelected by a plural
ity that threntuns to exceed 16,000.
Tho election of five Democratic ooi
gTosaiiK.'ii Is Indicated.
Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 0, Itupub
lioan leaders In the stnto concede that
, WilHtui 'luu carried tho stato, but .oy
rlului Hint the RupuhJIcaiis have
elected Howard Sutherland congress-mun-Ht-laige,
Democrats concede tho
election of Dr. lluttleld as govomor
of Wert yirginia tver W. IX, Thomp-
1 son, Democrat. Soclallsta polled n
large vote in tho coul fields. Manor
men admit the Rtuto lias gone dry.
Mlhwmkeo, Nv. C. Wisconsin lilts
r.onn Domoerutlc. Thu Hoosevelt vote
vlll probably bo uudor 50,00p. Kstl
mutes are that Wilson carried tho
slate by 15,000 and Kare), Democratic
candidate for governor, by at least
35,000. lu Milwaukee county, the ra
cialists were swept out of olllce by u
combination of Hepqbllcaus uml Dem
ocrats. Wisconsin's representation lu
congrcDs will probably bo unchuiigcd,
Newark, N, J Nov. C- At Demo
cratlu headquarters It Is claimed that
Wilson has cuirled tho state, Ten or
12 Domocmtlo congressmen have
bean elected, The claim is also made
that there will be Domoerutlc ma
jority on Joint ballot In the leglsUv
ture, thus making It certain that a
Democratic United Stutes senator will
Augusta, Oa., Nov, 8. Georgia has
returned all of her Democratic cou-
gTeairaea. The state house aSlqluU
have all been electee ana are Daaaa-
The legislature is strictly
Democratic, not a Republican or Fro-
iressive ueing retumea. inaicauons
are 'that Wilson will carry the stato
by 2 to 1 majority. Itoosuvolt will
ret more popular votes than President
Taft, due to the Influence of Tom
Watson, who denerted Wilson two
weeks ago, charging that WIlBon had
joined tho Knights of Colutnous.
Chattnnooga, Tenii., Nov, 0. Tho
raco for governor between tho pres
ent Incumbent, D. f, Hooper, candi
date of thu fusion of Independent
Democrats and Prouibltionlets, and
Denton McMillan, Democrat, Is close
and will take the vot of onBt Tennes
see to decide. Wilson carrlod the
state by u huge plurality.
Detroit, Nov. (J. Judging from in
complete returns from Michigan tho
voto cast in thu stute was tho heav
iest ever known, practically tho en
tire roglBtnition going to the polls to
vote, ituturns show Hoosevelt fur In
tho lead with inure votes thuu Tuft
and Wilson combined.
Loulsvitlo, Nv, U.Hoturne show
a gain for Wilson oyer tho majority
recelVod by Governor McCroury last
year. Itocsovelt's strength was sui
prising, and -Tnft lenders are doubtful
If the president runs second In tlio
Salt Lake City, Nov. C Doth Uio
Republican and Progressive chairmen
claim iim stntn for their mstwetlvu
claim tho state for their respective
candidates. Chairman Gardner, Re
publican, Bays Taft carrlod Uie stato
by 10,000, whllo Walton, Progressive,
claims It for Roosevelt by 3,000.
ludlanapollK, Nov. 6. Fifty pre
cincts in Indianapolis: Wilson 10,170,
Taft 4,2Q;t, Roosevelt D.P17. Pitty
three precincts, Indianapolis, for gov
ernor:' Ralston, Dem., 10,422; Durbln,
Kep., 4,260; Bevcridee, 4,963.
Dea Moines, la., Nov. 6. Karly re
turns show Wilson In tho lead. Tho
cities only havu reported so far. The
Democrats claim the election of their
entire ticket and four -congressmen.
Boston, Nov. (!. Uito returns show
Tuft gains, and tho president's man
agers claim 'that ho will run second
to Wilson, who has carried the state
by almoat 100,000.
Blrrulneham. Ala.. Nor. 6.- Iadlca-
tlons point to a total vote of 100,000.
Wilson has 70,000, Hoosovelt 20,000
and Tnft 10,000.
Caleb Powers Re-Elected.
Mlddleburg, Ky Nov. C Caleb
Powurs bus been re-elected to con
Kansas C!t.. .Mo., Nov. tl. Indica
tions are that Wilson HJid Major for
governor have swvpt Uio stuta.
Wilton Makes Address to Young Men
Princeton,' N, J., Nov. 6. Woodrow
WIIhoii, in a speoch to the students,
"I have no feeling of triumph, but
of solemn responsibility. I know tho
grrut tusk that is ahead ot me and
the men who are associated with me.
I look ulmoiit with pleading to you, the
young men, ot America, to ntnnd behind
me and to itupport mo in tho new ad
mliilstintlou nnd the purest Impulses
"I have u feeling that something has
just happeiiid in which you men will
play it groat part In carrying forward
the work we have started today."
Protirestlve Cause Must
uniph In the End.
Ojster IJ:iy. Nov. 6. Colonel Hooso
velt Issued the following stntcment:
"Thu American peoplo by n great plu
rality have decided In favor of Mr.
Wllhon nnd tho Democratic party.
lake nil other good cltlzenB I accept
tho result with entire good humor and
contentment. As for tho Progressive
cnuse, I can only repeat wliut I have
already so many times said, the fate
of tho leader for the time is of little
conseiiuence, but Uie cause Itself must
in tho end triumph, for its tilumph is
essential to the well being of tho peo
plo." DEMOCRATS SEIZE
HOUSE AND SENATE
Increase Majority in Former and
Gain Control of Latter.
Wnohington,-Nov. 0. The new con
'gress Ih Democratic In both branches.
Tho scuntn wilt probably stand 63
Democrats and (4 Republicans and
the 'house 294 Democrats, 125 Repub
licans, 15 Progressives and 1 Social
ist. Uncle Jog Ciinnou is among the de
feated, lint Colonel HooHuvelt's son-in-law,
Nicholas lxmgworth of Cincin
nati, -slipped In by a, narrow margin
ns did ulso Soreno 15. Puyno ot New
York, nt present chairman ot the mi
nority of the house, anil John Weekw
Tho Democratic gain in Massachu
setts was not anywhere nenrly as
great as the nntluiHlnstlu Day State
leaders Imagined. In Obio the indica
tions aro that the Republicans will
have only two or threo congressmen,
while in the present house they have
five. There will be 18 Republican
congressmen from Now York, us
against 14 in thu preseut house.
In tho semite the Progressive lead
ers wero smitten hip and thigh.
Georgo W. Norrls and Joseph M. Dix
on, tho nutlonul Progressive chalr
mun, are surely defeated, and prob
ably Senator Jonathan Dourno of Ore
gon and William S. Kenyon of Colo
rado. Governor Stubbs ot Kansas will
probably fall on the election.
In tho senate the Democratlo gains
are: One In Colorado, where Senator
Guggenheim retires; one in Iowa,
where Senator Kenyon retires; ono In
i ""p"h,i "'."'l SrUaVatTraa
Kansas, where Senator CurUe retires,
one in Montunu, where Senator Dlx
on goea out; one In Nebraskh to take
the place of Senator Norrls Brown;
one In New Jersey to take the place
of Senator Brings, and probably one
la Nevada, taking the place ot Sena
In Massachusetts It is expected that
on Joint ballot for United States sen
ator the leglsluturo will be very close.
There is a possibility that the Pro
gressives may hold the balance of
Several of the senators whose term
will expire next March already have
been re-elected by tho stato legisla
tures nnd were not therefore Involved
In yustorday's balloting.
Sevorul faces that have beon famil
iar to visitors In the sonate gallorics
for many years will be missing utter
March 4 next, among them being Sen
ator Ualley of Texas.
I've Wicked about tha weather col'
nut like as not
I'll be tha tlrst to tnska a howl
When It vet uefc
WILL MAKE HIS
197th Visit to Mt. Vernon
Monday, Nov. 18th
Curtis Hotel? SSS.VT
U Kg TnMtml ll CkTMlc DitHtlt Hsm Uitbods.
, Gndute, Ohio SUU Unlrenltr. Surlina Mnjical Col.
rtn, Aa Colku of Optometry. Liflht youn of
Colleco nod Unlvcriity training. Nosirlj twenty ycurf
TTwnnwln tho trntment ot CiniOMIU BISKASC3 ut
X!N AND WOMEN.
Symptoms Most Common
to thronle rTOJTorr sr wesknoa. nerroosnueA. dpcnd
rnev. iJwpIefiHif, tliBcoafgcment, Uek of ambition,
failing mjuuiry. ronf a&ion of loess, poor circulation, hetil
etc, dirlnt brsln snl nvrre exhaustion, palpiU'Jon
t-n& futfrtinfr of ths besrt. wak snd tremblinfr Jlmtf,
worry, tatr mirm in fceftd.-tmck, abdomen or Jolntr,
tourfh. vcxlahle appetite, chills and Aaitboa of hvt, alwtrt
itcS(if bnith,inveUInf of hands and feet, dry or clammy
tirin. ttntfi tonouD, bad tanto in month, rbji In vtotnacb
and IsTwtiJr, wcsk bark, soft and flabby flesh, f alntnc,
ImpairM Tfiinn. pimples, bloating aod runny other siTi
e.VMA tvlkl Ism iHtftAaA. tt.nnll.. y ntAdi Brut wntnan
1T vat inniorltr of men and women are deficient In suit e t
taction i tapping their Tiul force. Thoy Httond to (Ull
ftt en but life liwt become a droit and loot much cf Ma
Every Afflicted Man and Woman
fthouldhocd theso symptoms. They areruitoro'Mwnrnlrtr
thfct MODietiurirf is wromr u cry for help. Temporary
relief Is not tuQelcnt. Ih caone mutt b Uiscovcrni
Neirrmljr thnt nearly every chronic dlscnflti. If tttx
n in tine, ran tw cured by proper licmc trtutmint.
Nflot't only kadi to moro serious results. Do not t"t
oft a matter of such vital hnportanc. Huccrtwor fatltiru
in lifn dpajnds on your physiml and mental vondittcn.
No matter what the disease. Its nama or nature, if it 1
chronic and sctvcptiblo tohomtreatmentyoihrlnvU
to call or writ rcwirdlnff fc Kwrythlnfc ronflJuntUl.
Coxrohtion, examination and advteu free,
DISEASES OF WOMEN
NIttty per cent of womt suffer from mnji form of f '-
nrfi1j iTi-sifcrirsisi Uanv. in atwrrrt. nr IKIrar mLicratill.
unharpy Uvea. Do not let modesty destroy yonr healih.
Himi'lM hum treatment,' of the proper kind. If twed In
time wiO prevent strktos oomnlieauona that may lead to
tho iwcvuity of danaeToua operations ami vxpenslvo h
riltai twafnwnt. .Dr. Yoke's
Treatment at noma nlan"
Kacb eaio Is treuted sum-
item, as nan
uo is r
ratolr with rnntfdicn adaoted to uaeh individual.
noc u tfufecaii" remeov. Keen caso is rrauieu si
hamili&UnaT waralrAtiot. No operations. Kcmcilios crt
oaen indiviiiusi. no
ktions. Kcmcilios crt
h.nu.'e and rsn rws tuod in privaey..
of LrT. Voke'a iifvaU era vromen. W rl
call. Consultation f rev and confidential.
. Yoke's ittic-aU sro vromen. Wrln if yoo camot
DISEASES OF MEN
More rot Is printed ntwl more fraud (a practiced on thb
class of disease than all others. 'Ihesaanfortnnattsiiuri
ly are eotitled to a tviuaru deal. Dr. Vokt wants over
taan who la weak, nervous, broken down, dlscouraeed or
vfina fmca any dliease sensed by Itrnorance, cscesets,
eontSjrWn, kKunpwtent troatmont or nealect to read hie
book on x Uyulens entitldd "A Fwyelatan'a Aalvloo t
I.-' VonfHl4 uitormniion u( evury parent aim
un eMDld knew.aho OLrwtlons for borne trtnt-
loung man mould knaw.al dlroctiona for borne trtat-
ment that wlil euro many afflicted men without doctors.
tfr-iiira n iiiimse
(Vetor,m')dMraJ Asauor patent medicine. Mailod In pluin
IBM noo oxmh not puyitii uiy
EYES TESTED FREE
MvtT rfcronta trooblr. r. anntvlal hy tfefKtit. vUlon
er no itnUn, OUww. Cited .ml farnMicd. ,
Whv Consult Dr. Voke?
Ha luis n.. rtttliir mgfliblrvblt.toUila commanity fur
St te.fl yMT. tni) lu, ctftabllshul . Mrnuiient praotlre
hni ttvoUtino, HU md
otd ua4,h u !""' I
tody sna mtstaicnt of torn
proctlcully 1 hla Ufa In thr
tody ivd tataic ntot tnitn, 11. 1. In thaprlmo of lift
(fortj-flirt nd ,t till vrry bet to da
Kuuu wwk. ...r
Frh.ti ooiuiuu mainly of MM ttanuing cum wno na f
r ewen wno
At iMue t
fmjrtl.i of hl rtlwt um Mat to libit by former pl
If h. tlilrW. h mnuot hlp you lu will My w. III. (
rnileo um uduui .imuciion uaeirncrr,
At Irttst thret
tblrks h canttot help you he will say so. His trout
is easy to ue aud rotiulrea na detention from ocoh
n fsssily or hoinc Ho does hot depend on "curo-
reocslIaN adsrrteil to each indlvidu
dnJtKinsTkievoikd. Uie Internal
Aanalcsi, bpecM directions ore u
mniKfiM. r.trn rasa n iri
Kacn caso Is trroted separately with
luuai, iniorwua swmaca
is I remedies are mud and
: ttlven cuca cuso rciiaid-
sne; diet, bathlnc, habits, etc. Wlien . nettjosary, sporjal
oirectlona t'or msuage ore (riven and other local treat
ments axe iMlsed and furnUhod to raoet tbo needs of
11 At Dr. VoVt Invites eweiilntr Investivatlon of his wori
and iMthodd, that bis bert references are hla many friends
nnd put tm a j, the rtsalt of fifteen yuirs prnctico in thl
rcuninunHy. l"bt hi clstriros are so fair and rvau.;U
Uutt tne pYvwesi worainiT man or woman imjwu wi nm
tute to noply fur fyoutwnt. Most Uuportsnt of nil, it
(tot put off treatment until tvenpllcatlon or oomplcte col
(ypc conco. Of Uxitirneo a few days of flik--bed lllnot
cwt lotire than a ctimrIiito conrne of treatment.
WTM for fVeo Jloohftt, UtAciIcal Su,rtlons on How
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Kinds of speculation and fake In
dustrial promotion schemes, so
licited by wrongful use of the
Consult your banker (this
bank) before subscribing to any
W. Side Public Square.
Captain O. O. Daniels wont to Col
umbus Wednesday morning to make
I a short business visit.
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