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Afflicted With Tiles, Fistula
or any Disease of the Rec
tum, Cen You AHcrd to go
Sacrificing health .and comfort,
business and your every-day dut
ies when I -offer eurjh substantial
evidence that ! can cure you as I
do in this and the many adver
tisements J publish irom timevto
Every one of the hundreds and
hundreds! have cured during my
the treatment of rectal diseases
in St. Louis-have been afT.icUd
All the way from one to nearly
forty years. Those who had suf
;Ierij;m&ny eara e.Kpre?ed sor
row that they did cot know of
my treatment years .before.
Many who come to taie. before
tshey euffer long come (through
be influence of former patients,
r-peho hadilearned by yers of ex
perience that there 'is no use
try ins to be cured of Files, Fis
tula, Eisaure or any rectal trea
ties by so-called ;'Til Cures,"
or by physicians Who have not
had the experience thatia epec
ikliat has in 'treating these dis
eases. COMMON SENSE TEACHES
'That a man can and does -become
more proficient as a specialist in
.any particular kind of work than
one who devotes himself to many
kinds. We have our specialists
in law practice, in building con
tractors, in mechanical branches,
;and, in fact, in almost every
tine of work or profession.
I have confined my practice of
thirty years, twenty-four in St.
.Louis, alnr.ost exclusively in ithe
treatment. of Piles, Fistula and
:Fisssure and diseases of 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 withsthe 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 lonjr 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 a.vd be cured, as
they had been.
DO NOT DKLAY TREATMENT.
Header, if yon are aillicted,
don't put oil' taking treatment
juet because you are not confined
to your bed. Come before you
get0 bad, and it will be easier
to cure you. If you are afflicted
and live out of the city, come U
me prepared to stay two or three
weeks and I will cure you. Do
not be discouraged because you
, have tried many times tx be cur
ed and failed. Many come to
me after they had given up all
hope 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 bit on this point
As I have before advised you.
investigate we, my treatment,
Oethftds, ability, reliability, etc.,
fey writing to my former patients
and business references; then, if
you are satisfied come to me and
be cured, remembering that I
will take your case under my
positive guarantee to cure you
r not receive one cent for my
acrvicea. All I ask you to do is
t put yourself under my care a
reasonable length of time, the
severity of your case considered.
Northeast Corner 12th and Olive.
iT a (7? . CURED WITHOUT. THE
Fistu!a - FissKre -
Remember, I have under treat
ment all the time almost as many
ladies as gentlemen. Ladies who
are afliicted should not allow
their modesty to stand between
them and a cure. Your own
comfort, the comfort of your
home and family, depends upon
your having good health, there
fore you should not go on suffer
ing, hoping the disease will get
well; itself, for it will not
"CONSULTATION AND EXAM
I give consultation and ncate
'examination at my office r by
mail free of charge. Then, if 1
take your case I will tell ywa
'first how-snuch it will cost you
to be cured, and iust about haw
long it will take to cure you.
. Send for my free 233-page book:
for men; ilm for my free hook
'for ladies. .lt will pay any who
i.re afflicted to get them. lien si
itham carefully, investigate my
work, then'ome and be cured.
M.JNEY SMITH, M. D.
Cape: Girardeau, Mo.,
April 1. 1SC&.
My; Dear Doctor:
lit is with much pleasure and
gratification that I add ray testi
mony to your Already long list of
I was aSicted with Fistula
for over 2 years and was treated
bv. several physicians; all of
whom assured me that I could
not be cured without going to a
hospital for an operation. I had
such a dread and horror of this
that I kept postponing it from
time to time. I am a locomo
tive engineer and I have suffer
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
patientfi.who adviaed me to con
sult you jind I am happy to say
that I have no oecassion to re
gret having ccme to you. 1 am
certainly pleased with the treat
ment you gave me. It did not
cause me any pain, neither was
I laid up for an hour, or confined
to my room. I was cut on the
street, and walking around all
the time 1 was in St. Louis, and
was not the lea-it irieonvenieeed
and I certainly advise anyone
thus afliicted .to consult ou at
once, because there is ?-. ques
tion but that your treatment is
the mildest and the nearest
painless of any that can be used
for the cure of this disease.
V!;ile in your office 1 met -a
number of other patients who
seemed pleased with your treat
ment and were getting along as
fast as possible.
Hoping this letter will be the
means of bringing .other suffer
ers to you and thanking you for
the relief and cure you have giv
en me, I am.
L. Id. Mosehy.
Engineer Frisco System.
October 20, 1912.
To Whom It May Concern;
In the summer of 1907 I fell
through a hay-frame while haul
ing pea-hay. injuring myself
seriously. Una fall soon result
ed in a very serious rectal trou
ble, known as Fistula.
I was attending school at the
Missouri State University from
September 1907 to April 1911
and during all this time, I was
suffering to the limit of human
endurance. 1 was advised to go
under a knife for treatment.
Being horrified by this advice, I
kept laying the matter aside un
Km3 Si Imcmmbhmmji
Specialist in Piles, Fistula, Fissure and all Rectal Disease;
TELEPHONE: Bell Main 4191
- : ! A. ,M. to ."::'.0 l M.
Kntnmee i'.O'J N. Twelftlt Stl'eei, St. Louis Mo.
Khtiibl'lied ill St. Louis for lil years. Olliee Suite !, 10, 11 and V2.
Pay When Cured
it II my health was almost ruined
"avid I saw a sign "Dr. M. Ney
iSmith cures Rectal Diseases
without the knife." A neigh
bor living near here recommend
ed Dr. Smith to me. On April
1st. I legan to take hi.s treat
ment and on May' 10th, six
weeks later, I was back at my
work in the University. Only
yesterday! passed the exami
ners test for life Insurance Poli
cy. Facts are facts and Dr.
Smith will do just what he says
J will be glad to give anyone
further. information on this mat
ter. II. T. Underrincr.
St Geaevieve, Mo.,
Geptea-ber 11. 1312.
1 hd ;had the Files for 20
years : and was tunable to work
the kest .part of 'that time. I
-waaKtiviaedby a "friend to try
Dr. tLTIey Smith's treatment
I dtf ond I amweH and now
feeling better than I have felt
nmifollowirgtnamesare a few
of any 'former patients who live
in St iLouis. ou may know
some -of them rask them about
rae. my methods, -treatment, etc.
It will pay you.
W. 81. Karges, care Mo. Lamp
Mfg. Co.. 116 Elm Bt
II. llubelmann, I'rest. Machinist
Stapply Co. 1118 Pine at
Loais C. Beck, 5812 Michigan
avenue, postal clerk.
Osear Eichacher, '1936A Wyom
ing, Hyde Park Brewery.
Eugene De vine. 1223 Temple ph.
Charles II. Nelson, prop. Silver
Grill .Restaurant, Seventh and
St. Charles sts.
Ben j, Schnurmacher, . 3239A In
diana, postal clerk.
VV. F. Herkert, Treas. St. Louis
Trutik, TIdw. Co., 609 Chou
W. G. liabcock. 5058 Highland
ave., salesman Heinz Pickle
Geo. Tichacek. 3C16 S. Grand
Paul Brown, .10 Washington ter
The following are a few of my
former patients who live out of
St. Louis. You n;..y know seme
of them ai: them about me. It
will pay you.
15. Flynn. Murphysboro. III..
C. F. Schrieber, Nashville. 311.,
II. F. 1). No. 1, fanner.
E. Hauson, Vigus, Mo., quawy
man. Eli Meiser, Paragould, Ark.,
John Howell, Kirkwood, Mo.,
J. Elroy Davis, Bunker Hill, 111..
Paul Brace, Jefferson City, Mo.,
private secretary Judge Wood-.-son.
C F. Borberg. St Clair, Mo.,
Saml. Landau, 623 Common
wealth ave., Maplewood. Mo.,
Fred Gaertner, Alhambra. 111.,
Geo. Fiteninger, 1705 College
ave. East St. Louis, III., car
penter. I. G. Williams, ValleKiaelfo.,
Tony Meianer. Jerseyville, 111.,
Dr. U. Hutson, Benton. III.,
Geo. Matter, Collinsville, III.
II. B. Horton, Birds, 111., farmer.
F. J. Steger. 223 Collinsvil e
ave., East St. Louis, III., real
, H v -i
i.. .j i., j nj i
G. S. Davin, Fayette, Mo., stock
man. H. It. Willojghby, 3229 C fit..
Granite City, 111., attorney.
J. A. Leu, Highland, 111., post
master. John N. Gouy, French Village,
Albert Smith, Belleville, 111.,
R. N. Collom, Limestone, Tenn.,
Henry Uhl. Talmage, Neb., con
tractor. Dr. John A Mace, Galatia, 111..
Alex Maule. Bellevnie,S 111.,
B. C. Elkins, Hontgorairy City,
li. G. Bassett, Beth<o, III., R.
F. D. No. 1, farmer.
T. H. Davidson, Duquoin, 111.,
Wm. G to the, St Charles, Mo.,
Jacob Starlc, cor. Spring and
Main sts., Bcueviiie. 111., sa
loonkeeper. Alex. Verdot Bonnots Mill, Mo.,
justice of the peace.
J. IL. Hogg. Fulton, Ky., .farmer.
Jas. Le grand, Red 'Granite, Wis.
T. M. TugeL Hermann, Mo., R.
R. No. 2, farmer.
B. F. Graff. Walnut RidgeArk.,
Geo. Stephens, E14 Center st,
Des Moines, la., clerk.
F. A. Droste, Walbert, Mo.,
J. W. Parker, Buckhom, Mo.,
Wm. Schuette, Huey, III., box
Fred Reinkensmeyer, Shattuc,
C. J. Gresham. Eddyville, Ky.,
H. F. Miller, Okawville, Mo..
justice of the peace.
J. C. Riggs, Caruthersville, Mo.,
care of DillmaniEgg Case Co.
J. T. Dean, Ilornersville, Mo.,
Emil Boettger, Bunker Hill. HI.,
W. D. Swisher. Mulkeytown. 111.
R. F. D. No. L farmer.
Charles Heinzmann, Christo
pher, III. , butcher.
P. A. Wood, Bfrryman, Mo.,
W. H. Dyson, Woodson, Ark.,
Alex. Meyer. CVrliuvilh-. I!!., '
box 25, miner. 1
Thos. Shielo's, E'.rtka, Mo., I
Levi La Rose. Elvins. Mo., I
James Faust. Ilayti. Mo., farm
er. George Osterle, Belleville, 111.,
515 S. Race st.
Scott Alexander, Charleston,
J. II. Hughes, Seattle, Wash.,
care N. A. T. & T. Co.
Chas. E. Hicks. Hope, N. I).,
A. P. Greene, Lester, Ark., sec
retary Lester Milling Co,
A. D. White, Pevely. Mo..
F. A. Walker, Pevely. Mo.,
Frank V. Dillsiai), Kannett, Mo.
Keanett Lumber Mill.
J. Frankenberg. Spriaafield. .Mo.
care United Irea Works.
R. M. Tierwensteia, Beston,
John Igeman, Farm injf ton. Mo.,
J. W. Bishop, Owensbero, Ky..
railway mail clerk.
VY. C. Wilson, Elbridge. Tenn.,
John West. Bloomington, III.,
foreman saddlery shop.
A. H. McGuire, Murphysboro
t 3 t J C I J J
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I '"-t a men! :i n' i i ) 1 1 1 1(, i sl;i f f I
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mi.-l.-r-. rn."l l.y ih- I'r-.i. t ( 'uur t .f
1 1 10 .'!nl ri iv f .l;iini.iry, I'.-i:!.
All pcv.ioiis liaviriK; i.!;iifiiw n.-xiri'-t
mUI Phla'e are ro'iiiiit-.t to cr.tiit.i!
tlii'in to 1 liciu firal.wuii"c Ittiln six
moiitlis from tlitr late of i-ald l tl.r
or they may Iki pn-cludi-d from any
Itcnellt of such estaie: anl If said
claims be not. rxliHlted wltlitn one
year from tbe date of tlie publicat ion
of tliis rmt t hy iil 1 forever
O. S. Rt',li,
n. m. p.kid,
FINAL SETTLKMENT NOTICE
Notic Is hereby given to all credit
ors and others lotereMed in t he estate
decenwod, re notlfled that theunder
sijrned, d:nIniFtrtor of said estate,
Intends to make flnkl settlement of
said estate at the next term xf the
Cape Girardeau Court of Common
Pleas in Cape Girardeau County, state
ofMIwourl, toliiebolden at City of
Cape Girardeau, in ld county and
state, beginning on Monday, tbe 24
day of February, 1U13.
Notice is hereby given that letters
of adminis'ratlon upon tlx estate of
dwea.sei, are notiflod that the under
signed, executor of sld estate, In
tend to make final settlement of said
estate at the next t-erm of the Cape
Girardeau Court f Common Pleas in
Cape Girardeau County, state of Mis
souri, to be holden at city of Cape
Girardeau, in said county and state,
Ix-ginning on Monday the 2-ilh dy nf
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Jo'o Work at the Heraid
. President elect Woo. row Wil
. sou is rejMi led to have used a
jco rm :i '-;ss word" in enq ha-
siy.ii!r a statement P .hewspaj or
men that !.
tr.e name i ivxn he:
tui- en! 1,1
f ! T . . . 1 1 1 1
no win ici'i uiuir.ar;,
wouls to. nuhl tor the W umi-
inglon City attnosphere whe.i he
Sculhear.t f .h.rni News.
I at Mr.r -t.-n
! with a capital TK.ck of $ ';, ().
j An 4 ntf-i? r;(j.;;.;t -irg seven fc. t
from tip U tip of his win;?. was
killed rectntly near Willow
The treasurer of Riploy county
is $2,500 short in his accounts.
He has turned his home over to
The Maiden Machine & Sup
ply company has recently ben
established at that city with a
capital stock of 510,000.
Chaffee is to hare a flour mill
in the near future. The Com
mercial club of that city is work
ing for its establishment
A petition has been filed by
liquor forces in Stone county,
asking for a local option sieelion.
The county gave a good dry ma
jority at the former election.
Hayti is to have electric h'shu.
The city council has graate-J a
20-year franchip to Bihop and
Sharp of Marston to establhb
modern steam electric light eys
tera in Ilayti.
Some twenty-five counties sXQ
now anxious to try the plan of a
county farn adviser, and the
legislature will be asked fori
large appropriation to heip pay
the salary of this official.
Wm. Shy. Sr.. a successful
farmer of the Bayou neighbor
hood, was in our city Monday.
He is 54 years old and has 11
grandchildren, but don't look
like it New Madrid Record.
While a fiocK of 700 turkeys
were being driven to West
Plains for sale last week, one of
them flew away and, on his re
turn, flew against a plate glass
window completely wrecking it.
A woman sixty years of age
recently died at Osceoly, appar
ently poor and near starvation,
yet in her potketbook were found
seventy-five dollars in money and
deposit slips show ing a total of
Dr. O. W. Ilartle. of Fornfelt,
who was elected coroner of Scott
county on the Democratic ticket
iast N.-vvomber. has refused to
qualify, thereby creating a va
cancy in the ( tike. The law pro-
& St. Louis railroad has been
sold to a Canadian corporation,
who will operate it in the near
future. This is the road form
erly built by the UolIiday-KloU
Lumber Co., and operates be
tween Williamsyille and Green
ville to Cascade, 65 miles being
in operation. An extension 4o
Bismarck had been planned.
Timber and iroa ore are t$o
chief means of revenue of the,
read which is to be improved.
An exchange says that gossips
have motor cars beaten to a
frazzle when it comes to running
A man doesn't discover that
there i a boundary line between
hi own lot and his neighbor's
until the first snow falls and Ke
has to clean the walk.
President Taft journeyed to
Panama to have a look at the
j canal before it falls into the
l hands of a Democratic adminis
tration for no man on earth can
; forecast what will happen to the
j gigantic enterprise when Demo
I cratic loaders get a chance at it.
Fortunately it has been ;,u nearly
j completed under Republican coii-
trol that it would be suicidal
! policy for the Democrats to de-
And as its co
a matter or vita: in.pei-tar.ee to
c.,t v.;..,,.,.. ;. ,., ,,,!.- ... t
. . , ,
principal l'ernoeratic c-jmiv.-
men cori.. s e.-h statejin.-'-i are
; r.ot apt to b-i o .-fqiid. as to je-e-
pardize its progress, tint J'..r
'these considt-rutious the I'caiai:-.i
'canal woull bo in jeopardy.