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THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS,
DECEMBER 15, !.J , 1 s PEOPLE OF THE DAY. A campaign of philanthropy Is ome thing new In politics, but that la prac tically what Pennsylvania in experienc ing just now. Mr. P. A. B. Widener, tho groat street oar magnate of Phila delphia, is uaid to bo a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor, and he Is making a bid for popularity by scattering pnblio benefactions with a princely hand. Mr. Widener recently began his cam paign by announcing that he intended to give his magnificent city residence, valued at 1600,000, to Philadelphia to to tifled as a branoh of the free library it fmhfmm P, A. B. WIDKNEB. systora. lie further stated that he was prepared to spend 1400,000 in fitting it up for the purpose and hanging fine works of art on the walls. He is to turn the building over to the library trus tees within a year after his new country house is completed. This generous gift Mr. Widener fol lows with the statement that he is to be one of fonr men who are to give $30, -000 each toward the construction of a suitable building for a museum of art and that when it is built he will donate his collection of art treasures, valued at (500,000, to the prospective museum. Victoria Woodhull Again. The announcement that Victoria Woodhull-Martin is soon to revisit this country and the accompanying rumor that she is to marry a rich western mine owner recalls the wonderfully in teresting career of this remarkable wo man. It was nearly 30 years ago that the Claflin sisters, Victoria and Tennes see, or "Teunie" as she is more famil iarly known, began to attract attention. Chicago knew them "before the fire." Later they appeared in New York. Vic toria had thon had two husbands and : : I, VICTORIA WOODHCLL-MARTIN. had married Mr. Woodhull, who figures but inconspicuously in her history. The sisters astonished the publio by opening a broker's office in Wall street and pub Jiihing a newspaper. Victoria became a famous lecturer and startled society by advocating woman's rights, social re form and a sort of free love theory. They prospered for a time, but finally went to England. There the sisters began a still more brilliant career and ended by marrying rich men. Victoria became the wife of John Biddulph Martin, a wealthy banker, and Tennie wedded Sir Francis Cook. Since then both have been prominent in philanthropic enter prises.. Mr. Martin died last March, lowing all his fortune to his wife. The Kansas Farmer and the Advocate ikl News together, for one year, for i,r.o. EVERY ONE SATISFIED. Pronounced the Mont Successful Treatment for All Chronic Dlneases Ever Received. ' One Month' Treatment Free Until Dec. 20. Time Will Not be Extended. A large number of the best citizens in and around Topeka have commenced a course of medical treatment with the noted American doctors during the last thirty days, and all Bay they have never receiv ed so much relief in so short a time before, although many had been under treatment by others for years. As these specialists have cured many citizens of Topeka before, and all now under treat ment receiving such relief In so short a time, it's no wonder all feel so well sat isfied with the treatment they are now receiving. These doctors have not been able to see near all who called for treat ment, and, therefore, have decided to extend the time of one month's free treatment to December 20. No one who calls will be neglected, and every effort will be made to eee each one during the time mentioned, as there will be no ex tension of the time. This is no charity offer, but Is intended to be for all who desire to put it to good use and mean to be cured. These doctors will not publish the names of any one unless their consent is first given to do bo. Every method known ,to medical sci ence is used in its proper place that is known to remove disease. Having in vestigated every means and being men of largo experience and close investi gators they can offer the suffering pub lic a complete and successful treatment at a cost within the reach of all. They are no fakir?, but men of high standing and Integrity, and what they tell you can be relied upon. DISEASES OF WOMEN. The many ills peculiar to the female sex are met with such rapid relief in every case that all are surprised to know that they can be so quickly cured after years of suffering (untold). These doc tors bid all ladles who suffer come and bo healed and suffer no more. RHEUMATISM IN ALL FORMS. All who suffer from this disease, no difference from what cause or how long standing, no difference how much swol len or how much pain. No difference bow long you have been confined to bed, go to the American Doctors and get perfect relief in fifteen days. CANCERS AND TUMORS. These dangerous maladies are speed ily and permanently removed without the use of the knife. A cure guaran anteed. ALL THE DIEASES OF THE RECTUM. These dlcases, not always under stood by others, are speedily removed and no fooling about It. DROPSY AND KIDNEY DISEASES. Not one case of the above will fall to obtain permanent relief and a cure who are treated by the American Doctors from St. Louis. CATARRH AND DEAFNESS. These doctors will not accept a case of the above diseases that they consider Incurable. In fact, the long and active experience had by these doctors In the exclusive treatment of all forms of chronic diseases have made them almost master of them all, and hundreds of the best citizens in and around Topeka are taking advantage of the golden oppor tunity of obtaining the services and advice of these noted specialists. To all who call in person and commence a couroo of medical treatment on or before December 20, will be entitled to receive one month's medical treatment free of charge. Consultation free to all. Offices 118 West Sixth street, Topeka, Kan. HENRY W. ROBY, M. D., SURGEON. 730 Kansas Ave., - Topeka, Kas. Geo. "W. Olarlr, (Late Judge Court of Appeals.) Attorney and Counselor, 301 Kansas Avenue, - : TOPEKA, KAS. -Your Laundry PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY, 113-114 West Eighth St. Telephone 332. 'WasefswTi-'''-aj 1.1 iiii,i ii. .i !,f ill fi f i'iii II- r.'l viuutj name mi uoc t-ailoi l I. I Boat t otiKQ tjjrop. Tau Good. Um I V I Inllmn K rini.ml.1. I in nam pwhu dt onimin. M. CliEEl & sons 900 II. KANSAS AVE. VM. GREEti & SQJJS 900 II. KANSAS AVE. Whether your order is large or small it will receive prompt attention at our store. We aim Uf supply everything a grocer should supply and we satisfy our customers. That's why they will tell you that we are LEASES M CER!E8. When we get a first order we endeavor to keep the giver as a reg ular customer, and there is never any slacking up in our service. We have a large trade on lioth sides of the river, and our wagons make trips to all parts of the city. IU. GREEN & SOUS 900 II. KANSAS AVE. iVr1. GREEN & SONS 900 II. KANSAS AVE. MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL CO-OPERATIVE READING CLUBS -WILL DO WKLL TO (SO TO- CROMWELL & JEFFERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STATIONERS. Wo will have a tine Holiday Line of Ilook. Gold ami Fountain Pens, Photograph Albnms, lilbles, Games, Etc., Violin, Guitars and Mandolins. 830 KANSAS AVENUE, NORTH TOPEKA. the;. ItSV-fc) O.K.HAY PRESS. Write jor ...-:., J.- , i. .. "... y r .,i i h..!: n.t .'. rtMJ - Hau "Press M m mm word. ri iiiii in 1 1 i! LAST OPPOSTUIIITY to f(rt the World-Kenowned $20 EIootHo Bait for only S6.66 New Improved ELECTriC HSLTS ITT Warranted to mr without niixlloliun, the following dlxeasea. Bhtfumatimu Hr-laUca Lumbago Vntarrh Ant hum Xeuralffltt Von9tipatit llettrt TrtMe Paralyi Sptnnt tlr Varicocele Torpid IAimr Throat TroHhl Kidney Complaint 'j Xervmum Debility Ttont Vigor Cold Extremities nIa Complalnla I'aiit in the, Baeh aim! Limb All WeakHeooeo in Hen and HMtM. THIS COUPON 1 Is good for j :? SI8.34 1 sent wilh an orderfp tor a $20.00 Jicit, not later than thirty days from date of this Paper. Bk4 We make this Special t'nprocedented Offer to Quickly Introduce and Obtain Agents In Kew Localities. To quickly Introduce and oMin arcnti in mny ni"w Inculitln m posiible for Dr. ilorno'a Nnw Improved Elwtric B Its and AnpllanrM, w have derided to sell for 30 davn only, our N. Pr. Horne'a New Improved Regular I'.D.OO Electrio Belt loroDly ftt.oS, apnrethat will mat n posuuie lor every penon reaninninis advertlseinent to cot one of on r heat Belts at a nominal price. Saver la the llla- Ury af aar kaelaeaa hav wa clfrred la aril tkla Belt at aark a prlee, Imt we want ft an af ent in your locality, and we believe that it yon buy a Belt yon will be so well j ' pleased with it tbat you will either act as eur agent or neipn io get one. Reaieasber, the Belt wa are offering; you for only (6.66 ia our No. 4 Dr. Home's New Improved BeRular I'Jfl.OU Combination Belt for men or women. It is adjunt able and can be worn by any member of the family. 8napenaory frea wltk every ale Belt. It ia the best Belt we manufacture; In fact, the Beat aa Kartk, and we make no exception to this statement. We have sold hundreds, yea, thousands of them, np to $40.1)0. There ia not a family but what should have one of these Belts, as it lis the best and cheapest doctor, and you do not have to (O out of the bouse to fet it. It will last yon for years with propercara, and will save itself in doctor bills ten times over. These Electrio Belts have cured thousands and will cure you ityou will only five it & trial, as the many testimonials which we publish in ourcatalogue will prove, . YOU m NO RISI IN BEALIX8 WITH (IS. Wa a aot ask yea ta seed aay saeaey hi Idvaaee. If you want one of these belts we are perfectly willing to aend it to your nearest eipreaa oMce, C. O. D., so that you can aeerand examine it free of any cost, just the same as if you came into am ofllce or to Into any store, and if you are perfectly satistled wilh it, paytbeex press eacnt the price of the Belt and express chsrges and take it; otherwise it will be returned to us. Can any fairer offer be made yon than thisf We are theonly manufacturers of Electrio Belts who send Bella C. O. D., without asking one cent in advance. If yon wish to send cash with order we will prepay all express ensrjes and guarantee the Belt to lie exactly as represented, or forfeit IIUO.DO. WE HAVE ROW 0FFEXE9 YOU AX 0PP53TUJITY OF TOO LIFE and if yon do not accept it yon may be sorry fur It, as we shall never again offer ..,. nit .nk ..rira. la mm. nexllesn tn u) that we are austaining a loas on every Belt we sell at the above price, but it ia cheaper to Introduce them in new lo calities in this way than to send traveling men to doit for us. If yon want one of these belts OT7T OtJT COITPOW and send to ns with your waist measure in inches. Don't delay. Order today It possible, otherwise yon may forget it. Dh. I3o:.::e ElecteiO Celt & Truss Ca. 112-114 DEAX83r.ll ST., CHICAGO, ILL., U.S.A. P. J -Ifmnlim nonsa for an Electrio Belt nlrase hand or mail this adver tisement to some one that yon know, who ia not enjoying good health. By dome t, this yun will favnrthem and ns. We want a good agent in every locality to wheat Vf wean give steady employment. We only employ those wha have need our Betas R ' and can speaX or their menu irom personal experience. REFERENCES: As to our reliability we refer to any Express Company, awwiijV any Bank in Chicago, and the many thousands ail over the I'm ted States who 1 kavensed out Eleetrle Belts and Appliances during the past 20 ynn. ,,, ; p MSMssfSwwiwiasiiaaiwiiiii nia.ai Miirseeiiiaw wi Tvvwrfew'i,"e I ",1 ,rmTT?"T ) ."W t'. iX'.il.iiS.liikVaiLial.Sn-. ijfcJ- 1 '"" 1 " tal "'" UttlM ADVOCATE ED IIEWS WHEN VOV WRITE TO AXX OF OIK ADVERTISERS.