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Afflicted VUh Piles, Fistula
or any Disease of the Rec-
turn, Can You Afford to to
Sacrificing health and comfort,
business ynd your every-day dut
ies when I offer such substantial
evidence that I can cure you as I
no in uus ana me many auver-
tiHomeiUs I publish from time to fag' hoping the disease wi'l gt n-rs test tr e Insurance Poli
tirne? , well itself, for it wili' not. cy. . Facta are facts and Dr.
bvery one of the hundreds and rONTTT tatthm Awn v a m Smith will do just what he says
nunareus i nave cured durmgmy
twenty-four years' experience in
the treatment of rectal diseases
in St. Louis have been afilicted
fortv years. Those who had suf- take your case 1 will tell you St. Genevieve, Mo.,
fered many years expressed sor- nr?t how much it will cost you September 11. 1912.
row that they did not know of be cured, and just about how Dear Dr. Smith:
my treatment years before , ns W1" ta'e to cure V011, nac " the "cs or 2 '
Many who come to me before $cnd fr mJ rei 2.';9-page book years and was unable to work
they suffer long come through ' for men: a'30 or my roe book tne 'Dest Part tnat time- I
the influence of former patients. for Iaclie3- It will pay any who was advised by a friend to try
are afflicted to get them. Read Dr. M. Ney Smith's treatment.
perience that there is no use
.trying to be cured of Tiles. Fis
tula, Eissure or any rectal trou
bles by so-called "Pile Cures."
or by physicians who have not.
had the experience that a spec
ialist has in treating these dis
eases. C6MMON SENSE TEACHES
That a man can and does become
more proficient as a specialist in
any particular kind of work than
nrf w. h,0 , . '
kinds. We have our siecialists
in law practice, in building con-
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cKitA mix .itii, in aiiJiu. t, c i n j
line ui ui rw ui yiuimtimii,
u v..e nh"ei.y.-P.riiCVce "f
Louis, almost exclusively in the
treatment of Biles, Fistula and
Fisssure and diseases nf the rec
tum and the intestinal tract.
Why should I not after so many
years of study and successfully
treating these diseases, be able
to meet with the success I do. as
demonstrated in the wonderful
ly strong letters of recommenda
tion I publish in my advertise
ment and my book?
Letters, the character of those
published in my book, do not
come until long after success has
been demonstrated, when they
come freely from cured patients,
many expressing the hope that
their letters will influence some
other unfortunate sufferer to
come to me and be cured, as
y imu u"-
DO NOT DELAY TREATMENT,
Reader, if you are afflicted,
don't put off taking treatment
just because you are not confined
to your bed. Come before you
t. i.a A j. ...in
A. I L J 1
Kct Ml JJctu. auu it wm uc rasiri
to cure you. If you are afflicted
and live out of the city, come to
ma nrvnarpd tn stnv two or thrpe
. i i r ...:n ii,,
not be discouraged because you
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ed and failed. Many come to
me after they had given up all
hopes of ever being cured, and I
have cured them sound and well.
Read the letters from my form
er patients and see what they
have to savon this point.
As I have before advised you.
investigate rafi, my treatment, ing pea-har, injuring myself
methods, ability , reliability, etc., seriously. This fall soon result
by writing to my former patients ed in a very serious rectal trou
and business references; then, if ble, known as Fistula,
vou are satisfied oma to me and I was attending school at the
ba cured, remembering that I
will take your case under my
positive guarantee to cure you
or not receive oae cent for my
services. All I ask you to do is
to put yourself under my care a
reasonable length of time, the
severity of your case considered,
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e i v-j
Oft. -e IloV:
EnUiilishfil iu SL Louis for 24 joavu.
Northeast Corner 12th and Olive.
CURED -UiTKOUT TIIS
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; ' Fistda-'FicGiire-Pay When Cured
ATTENTION. LAI.) IK?;!
ve under 1 i r -a t -
merit all tho time almost as many
ladies as gentlemen. Ladies who
ore afilictcd should not allow
their modesty to stand between
thorn and a cure. Your own
comfort, the comfort-of your
nome and lamily. depends upon
your having Rood health, thert-
foro vnn R!i.mlil nr,t m m, entrr.
im atthm i iJn"
T . iWAluJ" 1KLL.
1 Klve consultation and make
examination at my office or by
mail free of charge. Then, if I
the"1 carefully, investigate my
worn, men come an.i ne cured.
M. NEY SMITH, M. D.
Cape Girardeau, Mo. ,
April :3. 1905.
Dr. M. Ney Smith,
St. Louis, Mo.,
My Dear Doctor:
il is wiia niucu pleasure anu
gratification that I add my testi-
f i'i; t
It is with much pleasure and
mony to your already long list of
1 was afflicted with Fistula
for over 2 years and was treated
bv sevpra nhvsirians- all nf
X.. - L 5 Zl t L,?I
vnuiu assured me that 1 could
"ot be cured without going to a
.,., u ,1 j ,1 i r
that I kept postponing it from
: ;J .n, , " 3w
ed very great inconvenience
from this trouble and I was com
pelled to stop work and have the
trouble attended to.
I finally met one of your cured
patients who advised me to con
sult you and I am happy to say
that I have no occassion to re
gret having come to you. I am
certainly pleased with the treat
ment you gave me. It did not
cause me any pain, neither was
I Wu nn fnr an hnnr or ,.nnfinH
to my room. I was out on the
street and walking around all
the time 1 was in St. Louis, and
was not rhP least inennvenier-erl
and I certainly advise anyone
thus afflicted to consult vou at
once, because there is nn mies-
tion but that your treatment is
the mildest and the nearest
Painless of any that can be used
r the cure of this disease,
While in your office I met a
number of mother patients who
emvl rileflsrt! with vnnr trnt-
r j -
ment and were getting along as
tast as possioie.
Hoping this letter Will be
means ot hrintrinn' nthpr snttpr.
to you andithanking you for
the relief and cure vou have iriv-
j rawsr u i ly -yours ,
L. M. Mosely.
Enffinoer Frisco System.
October 20. 1912.
To W horn It May Concern:
In the summer of 1907
through a hay-frame while haul-
Missouri State University from
September uJ7 to Arril mi
and during all this tim, I was
suffering to the limit of ihuman
endurance. I wis advised to go
under a knife for treatment.
Being horrified by this advice. I
kept laying the matter aside un-
r n i 'jri e i n
Fistula, Fissure and all Rectal
i) A. U. to 5: l M.
Kntrauee .T02 N. Twelfth
tiil my health was fdmor-t ruined
i.nd I saw a aign "Dr. M. Ney
Smith cures I;cl;d Discnses
withoi.t tho knife." V nouch
hor living near here recommend
ed Dr. Smith to mo. On- April
1st, I be;?.i to take his treat-
mont and on May 10th, six
weeks later, I was back at my
in the University. Only
yesterday 1 passed the exami
he will do.
I will be glad to give anyone
further information on this mat-
II. T. Underriner.
I did so and I am well and now
feeling better than I have felt
The following names are a few
of my former patients who live
in St. Louis. You may know
some ot tnem asK tnem anout
., , . . . , .
me- "y methods, treatment, etc.
It will pay you.
W. H. Karees, care Mo. Lamp
Mfg. Co., 116 Elm st.
II. Rubelmann, Brest. Machinist
Supply Co. 1118 Pine st.
Louis C. Beck, 5812 Michigan
avenue, postal clerk.
Oscar Eichacher, 193GA Wyom
ing, Hyde Park Brewery.
Eugene Devine. 1228 Temple pi.,
Charles H. Nelson, prop. Silver
Grill Restaurant, Seventh and
St. Charles sts.
Benj. Schnurmacher. 3239A In
diana, postal clerk.
W. F. Herkert, Treas. St. Louis
Trunk, Hdw. Co.. 609 Chou
W. G. Babcock. 5058 Highland
ave., salesman Heinz Pickle
Geo. Tichacek, 3616 S. Grand
UI ftruwn, 10 WasningCOn
r i t 1 1 ii l ;
The following are a few of my
former patients who live out of
St. Louis. You may know some
f them ask them about me. It
w! pay you.
B. Flynn. Murphysboro, III.
C. F. Schrieber, Nashville.
R. F. I). No. 1, farmer.
E. Hauson, Vigus, Mo., quarry-
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Jotin Howell, KirKwood,
J- klroy Davis, liunker lull, 111.,
Pau.Brae, Jefferson City, Mo.,
P"vate secretary Judge Wood-
C. F. Borbftrg. SL Clair. Mo.,
Sam!. Landau, 5623 Common
wealth ave., Maplewood. Mo.,
Fred Gaertner, Alhambra, III.,
Geo. Fiteninirer. 1705 College
ave.. East St. Louis, III., car
penter. I. G. Williams, Valle Mines. Mo.,
Tony Meisner. Jerseyville, 111.,
Dr. U. Hutson,
Geo. Matier. Collinsville. 111.
II. B. Horton, Birds. III., farmer,
F. J, Steger. 223 Collinsvil e
ave., East St. Louis, III., real
Bell Main 4191
Sunday: 0 A.
Slreet, .St. louis Mo.
Ofiii'e Suite , 10, 11 nnd 12.
II. K. Willoughbv.
Granite City, 111.,
J. A. Leu, Highland
John N. Gcuv.
R, N. Collom, Limestone, Term.,
Henry Uhl. Talmage, Neb., con
tractor. Dr. John A Mace, Galatia, 111.,
Alex Maule, Belleville,'? 111..
B. C. Elkins, Montgomery City,
II. G. Bassett, Bethalto, 111.. R.
F. D. No. 1. farmer.
T. II. Davidson, Duquoin, 111.,
Wm. Grothe, St. Charles, Mo..-
Alex. Verdot, Bonnots Mill, Mo,
justice of the peace.
J. II. Hogg. Fulton. Ky.. farmer.
Jas. Lecrand. Red Granite. Wis
T. M. Tugel, Hermann, Mo., R.
i? No. 2. farmer.
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B. F. Graff. Walnut Ridge, Ark.,
Geo. Stephens, 814 Center st.
Des Moines. Ia., clerk.
F. A. Droste, Walbert, Mo.
J. W. Parker.
Huey, 111., box
C. J. Gresham, Eddyville,
H. F. Miller, Okawville,
justice of the peace.
J. C. Riggs, Caruthersville, Mo.,
care of Dillman Egg Case Co.
J. T. Dean, Hornersvilie, ?v!o.,
Emil Boettger. Bunker Hill, III,
W. D. Swit-her, Mulkeytown, 111.
R. F. D. No. 1, farmer.
Charles Heinzmann, Christo
pher, 111. , butcher.
P. A. Wood, Berryman, Mo.,
W. H. Dyson, Woodson, Ark.,
Alex. Meyer, Carlinville,
box 25. miner,
Thos. Shields, Eureka,
Levi La Rose. Elvins,
James Faust, Hayti, Mo.,
George Osterle, Belleville,
515 S. Race st..
Scott Alexander, Charleston,
J. 11. Hughes. iSeattle, Wash
care N. A. T. fr T. Co.
Chas. E. Hicks, Hope,
A. P. Greene, Lester, Ark., sec
retary Lester Milling Co.
A. D. White, Pevely, Mo.,
F. A, Walker, Pevely, Mo.,
Frank D. Dillman, Kenned, Mo.
Kentiett Lumber Mills.
J. Frankenberg. Springfield, Mo.
care United Iron Works.
II. M. Tierraenstein, Benton,
John Iseman, Farmington. Mo.,
J. W. Bishop, Owensboro, Ky.,
railway mail clerk.
W. C. Wilson, Eibridge. Tenn.,
John We&t, Bloomington, 111.,
foreman saddlery shop.
A. H. McGuire, Murphysboro
M. o V2 M.
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A DM! N i STi? A T : I ; S ' N OT K ' K.
Not ice is liort'l-y lliut Ifltvrs
(if I'dniinis' r.il icn 1 l,p estate of
1 1 K N K 1 KTT A DAI EM,
(leivaMl, iire notified tliat tin- under
signed, executor of said estate, in
tend to make final settlement of said
est ate at tin- next term of the Cape
Girardeau Court of Common Plean in
Ciipe Girardeau Cnurty. Mai of Mis
souri, to 1 holder) at city of Ope
Girardeau, in said county and stale.
iM tflnnintf on Monday tlie 24th day of
FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE
Notice is hereby given to all
creditors and others interested
in the estate of
deceased, that I, the undersigned,
intend to make final settlement
of the estate of said deceased at
the next term of the Probate
Court of Cape Girardeau County,
Missouri, to be held at Jackson,
Missouri, beginning on the 10th r
1 day of February, 1913.
j WILLIAM UMBECK,
Notice is hereby given
i letters of administration
! the estate of
I MA It ION A. liAMSKY
! deceased, have been granted to
i the undersigned by the Probate
: Court of Cape Girardeau County
1 bearing date the 12 day of De
All persons having claims
; against said estate are required
i to exhibit them to him for allow
jance within six months from
! the date of said letters er they
! may be precluded from any ben
efit of such estate; and if said
claims be not exhibited within
one year from the date of the
publication of this notice, they
.will be forever barred,
j THOMAS E. GODWIN,
FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE
Death of Insane Ward.
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned guardian of II.
C. Brooks, an insane person, will,
by order of the Probate Court,
said ward having departed this
life, make final settlement of
the estate of said ward at the
next term of the Probate Court
of Cape Girardeau County, Mis
souri, to be begun and held at
the Court House in the City of
Jackson, Missouri, on Monday,
the 10 day of February, 1913.
LEWIS P. LETT.
Notice is hereby given that
letters testamentary upon the
estate of William Huters, deceas
ed, have been granted to the
undersigned by the Cape Girar
deau Court of Common PIea3 of
Cape Girardeau County, Mis
souri, bearing date the 9th. day
of January, 1!)13.
All persons having claims
against said estate are required
to exhibit them to me for allow
ance within six (6) months from
the date of said letters or they
may be precluded from any
benefit of such tstate. and if
said claims be not exhibited
within one year from the date
of the publication of this notice,
they will be forever barred.
WM. II. HUTERS.
Executor of tha toUte Willim
Huters, deceased. 3-4t.
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According t- o!hers.
opening of i fl ; A .'it-.
The exprc-.s conipani-'s hou'j
aud profe.Hs to believe that the
parcels jKist will prove so expen
sive experiment for tho govern
ment that it will be a signal
failure. Some of the retail in
terests predict that the system,
because of its certain effect in
wiping cut the smaller towns
and creating an "excessive ur
banism," will mean the ultimate
fall of the nition. On the other
hand, there are thos" who see
in th e parcels post wonderful
possibilities not only for the
people in general, but for the
country retail merchants in par
ticular. They grant that it will
stimulate the mail order busi
ness, but declare that the manu
facturer and the country mer
chant not the present great
mail order house will be the
chief beneficiaries. They point
out that no one is so conversant
with the needs and tastes of the
people of a community as the
merchants who caters to its
wants. Impossible for him to
carry the assortment of goods
carried by the competing mail
order house, he has heretofore
been at a disadvantage. But
now, under the cheaper carriage
offered by the government, the
merchant and the manufacturer
will eventually devise a co-operative
plan cf their own, by
means of which the merchant
will become more and more the
local agent of the manufacturer,
ordering by parrels post, as the
exigencies of his trade demands,
a large part of the goods which
it is unprofitable for him to keep
in stock. Thus will the country
tradesman wax strong and fat.
The possibilities of the new
system, either for good or ill,
have been much exaggerated.
Limited in its range of useful
ness by the size and weight of
the articles admissible to the
mails, it cannot prove the promis
ed boon either to the mail order
house or to the country retailer.
It will be an unexpected con
venience in ways as yet unfore
seen, its economy to the peo
ple ha3, within the sphere of its
practicability, already been dem
onstrated. But except as a sign
of the times and as part of the.
general progression in the func
tion of government and business,
its results can hardly be so revo
lutionary as both friends and
foes of the measure - predict.
Some re-adjustments to the
newly created conditions will bo
necessary on the part of the
business world. Some new op
portunities for the alert trades
man, farmer and truck gardner'
will, forsooth, be offered and
eagerly taken advantage of. ThQ
express companies will suffer and'
the psopla will experience a
measure of relief in diefp!r'
transportation for parcels, but
in the end the gain here may b
offset by a deficit in the postoffice
department, to be made good at
last by the people themselves.
The parcels post is but an in
cident in the nation's progress,
me net result of which will be
the substitution of a government
service for a private service.
Its superiority is yet to be dem
onstrated. FINAL SKTTLEMKNT NOTK.'M,
, Notloe is hereby tjlven to all credit
ors and others interests! in the etute
CllHlSTUN MlTrllKLL FtUKsK
deceased, that 1, the undr.slirmMi h.
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.r.m i. mau naai wuiernent vt tl
cM ale of Kuld deceased at the
u-rmoi tl.e Fn.hate Court of ('a,
C.irardvun County. Mi.s.M.uti, tol hi Id
at Jjcksuii, Alo., bcKlnjiintr on tj,..
h'th day of Fchruarj, lul l.
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