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The St. Louis Republic. (St. Louis, Mo.) 1888-1919, October 25, 1903, PART I, Image 6

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A Celebrated Ohio Physician Has
Discovered a Positive Home
Cure for Cancer.
Dr. G. M. Curry, a notey physician and
surgeon, after spending several years In
spe'lal study of r'arpr. sui-reeded In per
ff ting a remedy which, without a failure,
-ured every cancer in the vic.nlty of Leb
anon and wimin
the scope of his
wide practice. It
positively r e -move
and per
manently cures
)a n y ordinary
' cancer in 10 to
2i) days and
without the
needless suffer
ing which ac
companies the
ute of the knife,
i.. ti.i; urge! by
i ured patients,
he now sends hU
home treatment
all over the
Un.ted States
and Burope and
has erected a
KBi i . i chith large sanitarium
iKHa. J. r J. SMITH. tn accommodate
those who prefer his personal attention. It
has rurtrd hundreds of desperate cases pro
nounced faui i noted physicians.
Testimony of J. F. J. Smith of St. I.ouls.
Mo., whose wife ,ur home treatment cured
of a breast cancer 13 laches In circumfer
ence: St. Louis. Mo.. Aug. 5th. lJOi.
Dear Dr. Curry: "I am as happy as can
be to-night. The first thins that was said
to me when 1 came home Irom work was.
The cancer is out: there it la in a Jar.' My
wlf says sje cannot find Innguage to ex
press her thinks to you. She Is recline so
different ami resting so sweetly at 'this
hcur. 11 p. m.. and savs I must write you
th good news. It is just li days since we
began the treatment, and the cancer
dronced out nbrut li u'cloek :o-div." J. F.
J. Smith. CIS Virginia avenue. St. Louis.
Y-u axe at !lhrty to w It or call on her.
Write to-day for convincing testimonials.
Booklet and ml necessary Information free.
Address The Dr. Curry Cancer Cure Co.,
I'ox MS! 1,'hanon. Ohio.
G&5rT-euM- K?
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'tUs &tm
First Work of Congress Will Be
to Fill Cnns Loft h.v Ke
a';wiwi'..i-iw.m.jiiL;.iii Vl g-,
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Chairmanships of Comniercr
Pensions and Irrigation Are
Most Important Posts Now
Open to Sena ( 01 s.
More- Thnn l.lino.tlUII Yen Ahead an
l.at llnlf Yt-nr'n Mntcment of Ex-
liir( to riuncrf Klnicdoni.
Washington. Oct. Si. Imports into Ja
pan from the I'nltcd States for the first
time exceeded those or the fnlted King
dom. In the six months ending with June,
1SK, the imports into Japan from the
Vnlted States were 21,950. m yen. against
ZI.src. from the Cnltid Kingdom. This
Is the flrit annual or semiannual period
In which the Imports from the Fnlted
States Into Japan have exceeded those of
the United Kingdom.
In 1SSI the Imports into Japan from the
Vnlted states were less than 2.W3.O0O yen.
against mere than 16.0M.OW from the Uni
ted Kingdom: in 1SU from the United
States a little less than 7.11.030 yen.
against a.fMl,0 from tho United King
dom: in 19W. CSOCO.OiO yen from the United
States, against TLOOI.OM from the United
Kingdom: in lf)l and 1SH. following the
Increase In the Japanese tariff, the total
Imports !nt.,that country showed a con
siderable reduction, and as a consequence
the Imports from the Fnlted States in
ISM were but 4S.S2.S2i yen. against 50.
ZCt.S) from the United Kingdom. In the
sis months ending with June. 1993. the Im
ports from the United States were S4.S50.
0 jen. against 2S.MB.G4 from the United
.In 1961 the United States furnished less
than E per cent of the imports Into Japan,
and tho United Kingdom furnished over S2
per cent In 12 the United States fur
nished 1T.S per cent cf the totals Imports,
and lh United Kingdom 1S6 per cent,
while in the six months ending with June.
1HC. the United States supplied 13 per cent
or the Imports and the United Kingdom
1U per cent.
Indianapolis 1 1 i rl Ieaves Life of
Luxury and Pleasure.
hl-ago. 111. Oct. 21. Leaving behind In
Indianapolis a-i enviable place among the
'vn-art set." a beautiful home and the
luxuries that go with it. Miss Eleanor
Lemi ke lias cum? to Chicago to work in
the Hull House settlement.
Miss Lemrke sayst she Is here because
s.ic l.v the work and because she hopes
o do something worthy rox those less
fcrtuiiate than herself. M.as Ivrncke Is
tb daughter of Captain J. A. Lemcke.
one or the wealthy and prominent citizens
of In-'lanupoli!". H- amareed a fortune
by Judicious rei.l estate deals. He gave
Ills handsome daughter all the advantage
Ills wealth afforded, she travc.ed abroad,
attended sen wis of cu ture. stud ed art.
Above all she studied humanity and found
il a most lnteiesting subject. She says
there In no ro tanre. no personal disap
pointment behind her coming to Chicago
Hull House.
StniiKKlril Tobacco Selieil.
New York. Oct. 24. Two hundred pounds
cf Sumatra leaf tobacco, alleged to have
been smuggled by firemen and stokers
fl.m the Red Star Line steamship Kroon
Hn.aVfrom -Antwerp, were seized by Spe
cial Treasury Agents Clayton and Curtis
in tlie -a loon of An.lrnc i.,..,.., v-
:3J Fulton street. Manhattan. Custom's "of
lirfals &ty an organized ring are smucclimr
organized ring are smuggling
Ulicre Is ."Vol hi ok to Prevent Yon
Employing; n irubatltute to Do
Its Work.
There Is such a thing as forbearance
ceasing to be a virtue even in the case
of one's stomach. There is no question
but that seme stomachs will stand a great
deal more wear and tear and abuse than
others, but they all have their limit, and
when that limit Is reached the stomach
must tie reckoned with as sure as fate.
The best way and really the only effective
way to treat your stomach when it rebels
U to employ u substitute to do its work.
This will give the weakened and worn
out organ an opportunity to rest and re
gain its strength and health.
Stuart's Dyspepsji Tablets relieve the
stcmach of its work by taking up the
work and doing It Just as one set or shift
of workmen relieves another. They ac
tually digest the food in Just the same
manner and iust the same time a the
digestive fluids of a souni stomach do In
Xact, when dissolved in the stomach, they
are digesitlve fluids, for they contain ex
actly the same constituents and elements
as the gastr-c Juice and other digestive
S-xds of the stomach. No matter what
tho condition of the stomach is their
woik is Just the same. They work in
their own ratunil way without regard to
surrounding conditions.
The stomach, being thus relieved by Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets. Is restored and
renewed by nature and the rest of the
human body does not suffer In the least
by season of Its failure to perform Its
A Wisconsin man says: "I ruffered the
pangs of dyspepsia for ten years. I tried
every known rcmeJy with indifferent re
sults unU! I was told or tho remarkable
cures of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. T
bought a bcx. besan taking them and
forgot I had a stomach. Three boxes
cured me completely. I have had no
trouble whatever ror a year and have n
appetite like a harvest band and can eat
ay--hing that is set before me without
fear of bad results."
S-uarts Dyspepsia Tablets are for sale
by a'J druggists at Site a box. Th rim. I
Washington. Oct. 21. While the United
States Senate i. a continuing Usly and !
never without all the machinery for doing
business; yet upon the assembling of every
Congress there are many vacancies to be
filled as a result of the elecUon of one
third of the membership of that body.
There was no need for general committo
work in the sueclal session of the Senate
which met Immediately after Mirch 4 last
to ratify the canal and the Cuban treaties,
so that it was decided to allow the vacan
cies on oil except the few necessary nan
mittees to remain until the meeting of the
regular session in December.
Until then general legislation will not be
taken up. so there will be small need for
the completion or committees in the extra
session. Ilut there will doubtless lie a
movement toward the making or assign
ments of newly elected Senators In No
vember. Those assignments will be con
sidered by the Special Committee on Com
mittees. The vacancies on the Committee
on Relations with Cuba, caused by the
death or Senator McMillan and the retire
ment of Senator Deboe. will be filled at
once. There are vacancies on practically
all Senate committees. There will be seven
chairmanships to tUI, these being on the
Committees on District of Columbia. Audit
and Control of the Contingent Expenses
or the Senate, to Establish the University
or the United States. Talents. Post Offices
and Post Roads. Public Health and Na
tional Quarantine.
Besides these chalrmanfhips there are
rorty-slx vacancies to be ni!l by He
publicans on thirty-one committee. The
vacancies are In the places that were
filled by the late Senator McMillan. Sen
ators Mason. Wellington. Jones or Nevada.
I'rltchard. Dcboc and Simon. There will
be one .chairmanship and firty-three other
committee places to be filled by Demo
crats. These are the placca vacated by
Senators Heltfe'd. Harris. McLaurtn. Tur
ner. Vest. Jones of Arkansas and IUwhns.
The chairmanship vacated by Mr. Vest on
the Committee on Public Health and Na
tional Quarantine will be flhed by a Dem
ocrat. All other chairmanships will go
to Itepubl.cans.
The death of Senator McMillan caused
more vacancies on Important committees
than Is the case with any of the Sen
ators who were not re-elected. Senator
Galllnger-s retirement rrom the Committee
in 1'ens.ons will leave that important
chairmanship to be tilled. Uuth Pntchard
and Dehve. the first two memlr nn th..
committee alter the chairman, being oui
of the Senate. Mr. McCumber of North
Dakota temains tne senior member cf the
committee. -
That a Senator serving his first term in
the Senate should have m lrannrf:nr ..
chairmanship is unusual, but the rignts or
seniority en the committee favor him.
and there Is llttie doubt that he will get
me chairmanship.
The Committee on Post Offices and Post
Tioads Is another of the important ones
in the Senate. Senator Pe..rvse. the se
nior member, will te.oa.e clubman, whuh
will make it necessary that he should
retire from the chairmanship of the Com
mittee on Immigration. Mr. Fairbanks or
Indiana could have that committee if lie
cares for IL
The chairmanship of the Committee on
Patents was also made vacant by the re
tirement of Senator I'rltchard. Mr. Piatt
of Connecticut, the senior member, will
not want It and Mr. McComas would have
to give un tue chairmanship of the Com
mittee on Education and 1-itor to take it
The next in line of seniority is Mr. Klt
Ufige. chairman of the Committee on
Standards'. Weights and Measuree.
The Committee to Establish the Univer
sity of the United States has three ,....n
cles. The retirement of Senator Sumon leaves
vacant the chairmanship of the Commii
tee on Irrigation and Reclamation of Arid
Lands, which. In the future, is likely to be
of greater Importance than In the past.
Five of the most Important committee
places In the Senate to be filled are vacan
cies on the Committee on Commerce
There Is apt to bo a good deal of effort on
the part of Senators to get on that ct m
mlttee. Places on the Committee on Com
merce are regarded as almost equal to
chairmanships, as are places on the Appro
priations Committee.
The retirement of Jones of Nevada. Vest
and Jones of Arkansas1 leaves Important
vacancies on the Committee on Finance.
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others. Wln-
It stands
at the top
above thtm
all. It i.i n
perfect air
tight heater.
It Is large
In size. f
K handsome
m, tr.i-,n"i."f !nr
I andeiegai
i trimmed i
S2 h
Shoots Animal nnd Is About in Cnt
Un Throat When It Itrrhri
nnd Attacks Urr.
Philo. N. Y.. Oct. ;t Mrs. Tomlinson of
this city was severely Injured In a desper
ate combat with a w ounded deer. She Is a
well-known hunter, and started on a hunt,
accompanied by her dog. The dog Jumped
a fine four-pointer and Mrs. Tomllnspn Im
mediately dropped him. Hushing up to the
fallen deer she started to cut his throat In
true hunter style. The deer, however, was
only wounded, and at the first touch of the
knife was upon his feet.
Then a battle for life commenced, the
deer using his sharp forefeet and horns as
weapons. The dog tried to aid, but was
killed by a blow from the deer. For sev
eral minutes the light continued. Mrs.
Tomlicson never releasing her hold on the
animal's antlers.
The deer Anally weakened from loss of
blood and sank to the ground Mrs. Tom
ltnson. although weak from the exertion
and suffering from several cuts inflicted
by the herns and hoofs of the deer, man
aged to make her way to her home. Her
nusoana crougnt tne deer later.
Mrs. Tomlicson will have the head
mounted and will keep It as a trophy of
the chase. The feat was a remarkable
one. Several men In this region have been
crippled for lire In similar encounters.
Chicago Porch Climbers Get
Booty Valued at $550.
Chicago, 111.. OcL 2I.-As the re.-ult or a
daring burglary. Sarah Archer, a wealthr
widow, lies ill at her home from the ef
fects or chlorororm administered by two
porch climbers, who entered her dwelling
nd escaped with booty- amounting to JK0.
The burglars entered the fiat.through a
rear window leading to the uoT-h w...
chloroforming Mrs. Archer they ransocked
" ana coxes and eciirl t-ji i
. -"- - - - ...a ui UK- --
tst never rails to have, them In stock. b- a
atise the demand for them l n ..m. i-
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jmk Htlfcj pi iniH
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' Jf4l(9:rSoRiS( 1h's El "-Kant Combination This Ooldrn Oak Chiffonier. 5 W&dl TirSJeC Jam. tS-i-Sid--, Mohawk g
JSm&SvSitsmSf "iy"".'""".! Lr::.i?jr-'"''-",-,uTl.Qn.7!i mSHJyffiir;iEB Bridge- 1
3 iN-&Ss&S&dib i anh ! 9- n Month. 91 llonns 92 n Monlli. fwScsWcfts BeaCh H
QIMMt g. Fm'm Range.
Price W fiHoOy g Jl5RTMH S2.00 CASH AND $2.00 A MONTH. j
lMCfl ' ,"'-'-aa'l'V;n":;l.'n.,.,,OnM "" SH.SO Sil O'ClOCk. J
V "K?sft-'BTy?tf llenrlnmlnil Mi: fnrnlih I.L room COIII'LBTK nnil Tve ulvr conila of n bluh ntnnilard of excellence. . FL "' "M-'ilid.
mi&L 4 ROoriss q 5 roors CJ95 s rooms fgfi G;m-I,ele Sf
$OF VS.W f.Mf..r 1tJfSXj f-...t,h.Jf. WifeW furnished for WlWW GaTDSt SfH
iJr V 1 1 Tir1 Terms. ?H down ard ." ti month. Tern- ?l." Jown -j ! a m"nth Terms. - Own and ? a month. ' fe-3IMfcl t
This Four-Hole Cook Stove, trictlv 1J3?JS ImCjI lrai3-illl IwFx&fGi (ieSS Dent Tr&2p&r 9
.4k Jf& 1 Sff LasattaSBfeil I 7 JE f&&&&3 St. Louis. tffe&mm& h
I t:l lki&&-' e r Five-Piece Parlor Suit, elej-nn! hand-paltslie-I mahoganr finish, full set springs in seat, Ann r- ( VJ? 'IJ J H
l fs-STifer Sr v Plata orh ""' ) ' k- ! t imported -ivcrings ... . wO.OLI J 'I ' . B
g Elegant Dresser. KolUcn- CisM. 2tf3r!ffVl'l'''lr, jtll-'ll -V-W
ft oak tinifn mamarw -(ht a n ca f fl t 4i-A 491 A-" u M W E .-3 ffla -- SPSS li-3 r-' ' "VT . . . n
g b.el-t:ate mlrro!. (JO Q- II M 3 (j C3 H H S3 i R 9 3 1 -U S fl fS? iSsi tSa Vi Th,s ,ron Bcd Complete, with a first- I
hlel.:v polL-hel iifl.GO HS4?3 BUL3 vJialWt H HrSilS M cla-. .rl7 and . good u-. An ,ic
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ujiMimiiiiiinwii" ! i. - . . . -m. . . rninMnrnnMniM.nM Mji.1 i !! unifc.n.rT,tfciBaBp
i John
JIomlitTS of F:iiiioiis Minis(Ts
Church Are I,roti'stinjj Asjaiust
Abantlniiiiiunt of Laniluiark.
noney. a diamond charra" valued at
i nln viilti, - T : . . . 1AI.
cause the demand for them i ..T .3 i-.r ., .iir tTT-ft Ji!v?!?1-?- valued at
7?iJl,0e JS.SS?19 wh,5 couM nt nt I rtn from the ha-.d of Mr7Archc?.
SSSSSS-SfS chornfrrSToI,hfr
burglar- was ,ben discovered.
lloiiey Said to He Involved in Old
Institution and a Law Suit Is
Contemplated by People
of Plymouth.
New York. Oct. St After an existence
of over forty years as an offspring of
Plymouth Church, the Bethel. In Hicks
street, which waa an object of Henry
Ward Ileecher's particular care and solici
tude. Is about to be abandoned.
No forma announcement of the extinc
tion of this landmark in old Brooklyn's
history has yet been made, but Benjamin
F. Blair, chairman of the Church Work
Committee of Plymouth, Intimated very
plainly to a proup of teachers In the
Bethel that abandonment had been defi
nitely decided on. Indeed, the date of
closlns was set down as November li
The Bethel, as a matter of fact, has
been going down hill, as far as mere mem
bership coes. for a number of years. Be
fore the migration uptown frem the neigh
borhood of Plymouth began the Bethel
accommodated almost LOOT scholars.
The removal of a large number of Ply
mouth people gradually thinned out the
attendance at the Bethel until low water
mark was reached. At present the Bethel
Sunday school has SS on Its rolls, but
the actual attendance never exceeds 200.
Jlany eld members of Plymouth- view
the rellnguishlns of the Bethel with sorrow.
in 11 i !- .e'opmi -t of la--
c that has l T arfair.t for !
tocertra'li' fie it.tire .hurvh work
In the main buiMIni: . r. ornnsre :r.-et. It
I I kn.i that Ihe M ivrto.K Mirl-;i In
i Jiy Mreet cannot .it more than a role
r viars. as It ttanI.- -n ine u.reci am
f the nw Manhattan hndto.
Although provlK.on I- b-Iiik mart to
bouw raise of the It- l!-e p-jotl In the
Mnxflovier. the ultima'.e xtlnctl n of both
as 'enters of rengtouii work Is owitklentiy
Koked for.
The new Beecher Memorial I nlMtnc tn
be located adiir.li:C' llymnuth -t lt lr
medli't" neiKhlnrh'xl u'll. It I hcllere-l.
Ie utlltre.1 to accomntoda'e nil ihe- orajn
laattons and all the aitivliiex vt the
church When the new hni'iilrK U Hn
lnhed there will ! but Ilttl" need for any
auxiliary enterp'tM-3 !enn.llnx for I heir
attendants on a t inulatltin which lutu
ehnsed nvteri:!lv In character and etm
plexkni within the lai-t few year.
The antaconlum hitiom the older and
more enn-wrvaUw "t ll-mouth r-'ople t
the policy of centralisation, which nuid
wtt-e out tt-o Iritiieni-. of the church In
nebchborboclii relativelv renote from the
main edMc In vo'nt of dltnce. ami act
ually wholly dirrerenl f-oni that of
r!vmwu'h l-.i." i. vf- -"r.HHr. A n-im-ber
of stwamtlnns have leen made In an
effort to fr-n-ilt" n protest aral-wi thH
cliinc un of the Ill-ks street lt.-th.-l.
It hi wild that a fund of IH.oVO wt alile
solely for the malnf-nanee of the muder I
little e.iire hi IIIck. :reet. mar urnhi
the foundation on which leal action c-in
be takn to continue lt work. The fund
Ik well Inverted nnd pro!ures n revenue
fuHicient to tin neeili of the Ke'hel. It
W said to lie so securely tied up to it!
prewnt mirtioM- that no I'cal mean of
divert Inc -t to any other church is llkely
t-be found.
St such h the cane In the nnvent temper
of emie of the Mer mmli.ni of the
ehureh. who have be"n prtleularlv inter
estnl In the work of the Bethel. It would
not be dlfDeuH to conceive the devefco
ment of a idtuatkin In which teiral meanit
would be sought to keep up the. work In
Hicks street.
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tn li
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t r -i ii r I " li 1 i. ii
1 1 r .i .!-. ft -uhi h i
' aiim-r.-i tint -. fj.i !-
. with :tii i in pur. his.
1 w.ipi-n ail wii.i h e'-iok miiri-
till! lie jll she
KIC-I- Pfce -. id
h.id Inured Mm
Mri. II.inei wild fcok' family mlsht
h.ivi sated him from Eoliut to court by
inn which he om d.
Stanton rinds Imincnso
t.i-ni Near San Anjzelo.
I'nnrral of Woman 1112 War Old.
I'hili.M.M.i. Oct. S-The funeral of
farnllnv K.rk. H2 yearn oM. tuok place
from the r. xl'lenrv of her dnuh. r. Mr.
I'osii.iia Hall. No. Il S ib-K itre t. "Aunt i tim.
ijtirit? -ni was caill iiy all whu
ktiew her. died Thutsdav. She wan In- I
d'an descent, and wa b-rn in Kalontcwn. ,
N. J.. In ly"l
?n Aiwe)o. Tex.. Oct 34. The Menard
Monitor reports the Undine;, tn the San
Saba Kiver. of an enormmM pearl, almost
a hm as a hea'- emc ami we'shlnir SW
The rtmier name is ir:v-n as John Stan-
Tne arl wa placed on exhibition
In (he jlcCoy d. ul store.
Fresh-water pea 1 hunting is quite an
industry !n this eection.
founded by Creditors. Walter
Cook Swallows Poison.
New Yotk. Oct. It Because his family
refused to recognize him and In fear of
facing his creditors In court. Walter
Cook. 3 years old. a well-known coal deal
er, committed suicide by swallowing a
large dose of carbolic acid In a room of
the Jlontauk Hotel. East New York and
Vesta avenues.
Cook lived with his parents until three
months ago. when he became estranged
through hla attentions to a young widow.
His family objected to his conduct, and
" ir.U VWH Il"ifc I1UIUI HT1U Wel 1U
board with a lira. Hanel, at Alabama ard
Glenmore avenues. Mrr Hanel Is about 5i
years old and good looking. She sail that
the' note Cook left, Safins' "You are re-
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The Tlr. Iteln-Hoff Treatment for
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1-nct the fnlnrado Sprlnir. 3IedlcaI
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ffr-and TtTn Month Treatment
II rcesiry to Cnre Yon.
x-Th.t C0101-0 Springs Medical Co. of 119
North Tcjon St.. Colorado Springs. Colo
rado, do m wish to pose as philanthro
pists when tney
offer any weak
o r debilitated
man a month's
treatment of
the Dr. Rein
Hoff Treatment
free for their
motive Is pure
ly an advertis
ing one. know
inar that if they
will make cures
enough with
this grand spe-
eln" fn iteinon-
strate to the public Just what the remedy
can and will do. and that It will make
inorouen. rauxii and permanent cures,
their future business will be of such mag
nitude that thev can well afford this
present loss. We are well aware of the
fact that there are thousands of treat
ment!, advertised for the restoration of
sexual str-ngth. the curing of varicocele
and kindred nervo-vltat ailments, and
that men have been so Imposed upon by
doctors claiming to have cures that they
nave almost been forced to believe that
there is no cure for sexual debility
therefore, we have deemed It advisable to
show them, by actual demonstration, free.
Jnst what a treatment the Dr. Reln-Hoff
Cure Is. If your case Is a severe one and
two munths" treatment Is required to ef
fect the cure in your Individual case, we
will Just as gladly send vou the two
months' treatment, free, and prepaid, as
the one. Now. do not allow any false
modesty about sending for samethlns
free s'and between you and a cure If you
need treatment and are afflicted with
?,nv of the ailments which the Dr. Reln
Hoff Treatment Is recommended to cure,
do not besltaf to write to-day. for It is
very likely that we will not repeat this
offer, as wo expect a great many appli
cations for this treatment. Do not write
unless you are afflicted with some weak
lies of the sexual organism, for the Dr. .-"
Keln-Horr Treatment I for these ailments
';nly. Our pn-s ient. Mr. C D. Campbell.
ran made h' affidavit tht this remedy
win cure these ailments affecting the vi
tality of men and that it Is perfectly
harmless. If you wish a private address.
you may adurcys Mr Campbell himself
Poet Office Box :. Colorado SpriMS.
C"Io.. and yur app'icztion for treatment
wlir have prompt attention, provide:! you
mention this paper.
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