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HomoTaloni Play Abovo
"IRElfi, THE REBEL SPY"
Put onSthe Boards in Grand
Tho phiy of 'Irono, tho Robot that Barton Bhould retain a private
Spy," giiVon here lust Friday night right of way ovor tho road. Tho
by tho l.-ocnl company, under tho plaintiff horo petitions tho Coin
nuspiccaof tho G, A. R. and Sons misaionera to agnin vncnto tho
of Vetoralns, wob a dolightfui sur-
Even? member of the cast
was nn a'matour, and not much of
liiBtronic' display wan oxpooted,
forthut "reaxon. Tho rc8UliB'of
bIx woelics curefuLaiid earnoBt ro-
heareals'jjiowovor, produced tho
most gratifying ro-ultP, unci a pjy
that no conji pan-, net-d have been
ashamed ofl As a mutter of fuct,
it was seyeiyal bundled pnr cent
nheud of niu.ny profojfionHl' plnjs
that are on tin- rnad in the I, sfc
few year -The largevsV house cf
tho scuBijn greeted the. ptajrars
with unfmnt-ri applause from thex.
lir-it riso to the closing song
"Union Forever "
For several (.f the company this
waB strictly a first appearance.
Mr. Charles Smith as Bob Win
Chester and Slfss Mary Josephine
Wright, as Trixy hero mado their
debut, dramatically, and both
captured their audienco. Mr.
Eugene Bolt, as Clyde Winchester,
tho "heavy," sustained a part al
together new to him, as ho has
herotoforo shono in comedy. Mies
Josephino England had tho role
of Madge Sheldon, Hob's "girl,"
and handled her part with char
acteristic grace. ,
Orla Wright, as John Winches
ter, the old man, had a role in
which ho has always excelled.
His make-up was good, und tho
personal peculiarities of tho char
acter wore admirably sustainod
throughout the porformanco.
The heavier part of' tho piny,
tho plot itself, was beautifully sot
off by the comedy roles of Miss
Wright as Trixy and Mr. Emerscn
Poaton, as Sir Humphrey Lester
Revel, U. T., a reporter. Their
scenes wore productive of fun, and
they undoubtedly mado a great
Tho loading roles, Irene, by
Miss James, 'and Jack Trnvers,
later Captain Huntington, by Mr.
Fred Naiio, woro faultless, Miss
James neods no introduction to a
Logan audienco; tho expectations
resulting from her previous efforts
wero more than justified Friday
evening. Mr. Nailo, in tho" mili
tary character so exceptionally
suited to him, completely outdid
all his earlier triumphs. Ho
playod his part like a star, and
that is tho most wo can pay of
Mr. Ed. Beck as Maginnin tho
policeman made a decided hit in
tho first act, and appearod to ad
vantage later as a private.
On tho wholo tho play was pro
duced without a lliiw. Groat
crodit 1b due tho entire company,
who played almost without in
struction, as well as to General
Gago and Mr. Beok, who managod
tho business so carefully. It was
an entire and brilliant success.
(J HAND Juur
J, W, Gabriel, I-.ogi.njE. H.
Tom, Ward; J, W. Aohauorfl
Green , Dan Lolnnun, Falls ; An
drew Woodgenrd, Benton ; Ilorshel
Hunesworth, Ward; W. J. Biggs,
Washington; Fred White, l'orry;
Sum Blgham, Laure; Abraham
Kllno, Goodhope; Stanley Baird,
Ward; F. M. Sudlow, Starr; Low
is Hartmann, Logan; J, A, Keller,
Falls; OrlnKeld, Ward.
Mart SJiuttleworth, Ward,; John
BilliBon, Logan; Win, Edwards,
Ward; H, R, Harrington, Logan;
J, D. Shaw, Oreen; Allen Murphy,
FhIIh j II, S, Brown, Starr; J, K, -
Stiere, Logan; Ed. Han?lln,
Qtcetii William II. Niton, Fall,
0, R, Goodwin, Washington,
Marlon llnnscl, Starr ', Dnii Soli
tiny, Logan 5 'i'otil Hrnddook, Log
nn. Ohnrleq Miller, Wnrdj .1. W.
iSlmw, liotiton; E, T, Evntis, Log
nn; Harry Hlsloy, Logan.
Court convencB Mortdny, April
The County Commiealonoi', nt
this meotlug Bnturdny, dismissed
tho petition of II. C. Knlklosoh, in
tho road case of lvalklosch vs Win.
Norton. . Tho former owna loud in
Washington Township through
which n public rood fonnorly rnn.
In 1070 nn agreement was mndo
between him and Itarton, whoreby
tills road was to bo vacated by the
Commissioners, jon tho condition
road. In answer, Barton set up
tliu acrroament as stulod. and it
was found by tho records thutsuch
vacation h.id boon mndo in 1870.
On motion of Barton, and his ro-
monstnmco, tho case was dismiss-
ed AttornoyB in' tho can' were
MePBt-rs. Sparnon ana Joiin fetus
for the pluintlff, and Judge Wright
nd Riokeits lor tho dofenso.
The Federal Gas Company
The powor houso of the Fecdcra!
Gas comnanv at tho numniint,' '
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Btation near Sugar Grove wns par
...nn -,' ;
tially destroyed by fire SaturdVy
The fire originated from tho ex
tra heat required in keeping up
Fireman Neil Murray wns very
painfully injured while endeavor
ing to put out tho flames. Ho had
gone up a ladder to turn off the
valves and by some mishap was
thrown to the floor almost break
ing his foot and seriously bruis -ing
it. His hands were badly
burned nnd one nrm suffered bad
ly from tho fiumes. He also re
ceived a deep cut in his head.
lie was brought to this city for
medical attention Sunday nnd is
being enred for at the Commercial
House? It.will be somo time be
foro he will be able to resume his
Temperance legislation has had
muoh to do with tho stock of tho
Columbus Brewing Companies be
ing on tho decline. IIoBter Co
stock is quoted at only .
However tho phenominal success
of tho Nclsonville Browing Co push
es that stock up to 125. The
company is doubling tho size of
their plant to moot tho demand
when tho warm woather comes.
Their bottle goods is meeting
much favor for domestio use.
Saloons Must Go,
Wooater, O., Maroh 17. The
voters of this city decided by a
majority of 118 that tho saloons
must go. Tho yoto wns: Wets,
7110; drys, 851
Tho drya made surprising gain8
over the election of two years ago
in all of the wards but one.' In
this ward, the second, whore tho
groator number of oollego peop'.o
reside, tho majority for tho drys
was smaller than was oxpooted,
To Keep the Streets Clear,.
Mayor Purcoll ItiBtruoted Chior
of Police Walluco this weok to
notify any butiltioss men who wero
In thn liiitiit, nf nliuiitif I'oods Oil
the pavoment and nil who tins
signs on tho p&yeuient that thoy
must notJkocoupy the pavement.
Several tSerolinnts and photogra-
here were found violating thlt or-
dinsnee Peoplo will not be allow
ed to poBt bills en tolepliono nnd
lotrio light poloe
j njipmiuiwpjWiwwrPPW " " " '""TWill
Not Believed to bo True by
r lour unl (lnnttn (K)mMotun.
Tl o expressions from some
nowepnpers outside tho Eleventh
district about tho revolution in
politics and tho mothods which
the young men employed to defeat
Gen. Grosvonor "murks a now era
in purer and hotter politics.
Grout heaven ! Such expressions
make peoplo simile in tho llth
district. If thejo wus over rank
er mo' hods omplojod to encompass
a nomination than nt the Lancas
ter convention it did not hnnnon
.itiiin ,1m l..rf ir. -,. -pim
people of our county, forced to no-
oept the same central committee
or ,wo yCnrg nr)li jn nnothcr
county tho power wrested from the
contrul committee by atriumviruto
thus delivering two countieH and
01 votes into tho hands of four
men two of thorn pretending to bo
candidates for congressional nom
inat ions with but one purpose
dominating their action nnd that
was tT beat Grosvenor. Wo have
no word ngainBt tho brilliant
young statesmen from Ross who
blushed and apologized for the
mothods employed to nominate
Tho 11 til district of Ohio has
become one of the most fnmous
in the U. S. and the man who it so
is still in the lower house with
all tho nccumlnted exporitlnce of
20 years in congress with compli
mentary resolutions that would
fill a voUme from tiie conventions
... . . . ,, , ,
fif f.lin l.nst-.. is nnt Avon pnllnrl litr
-..- ..w.., .- ..... . . j
irume by thoso in charge of the
Lancaster covention. The trium
virate and assoc'ntes studiously
Avoided mention in the cut-and-
Iv"ied and and mnchine-rushed
toiOVontion of tlie name of Gros-
Nur. " ' u"ugm in ins iype
written speech of acceptance did
the Jeauie. Was it piemeditated?
Was lilNvise? Were wo mistaken
in theWice from tho rank and file
of the yptors iii tho Eleventh dis
tiiet soy Sing Grosvenor whb their
choice? IVie they to bo counted
out and xils$ reckoned with in
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bo culled irenk legislijji n.iw
before tho general nssein fades
into oblivion by comparisfioi with
statutes passed in tho dnysiP, jpld,
writes an -exchange. This $hc
decision of a "thinkei" who X
deep into his library to find )re-
cedent for tho bill to provent 'lie
use of tho "sledge" in the slaugh-tor-honso
for "kuocking caltlo,:;
the administration of anesthetic
to persons in agony from an incur
able disonso or injury and others
almost too numerous to mention.
Among thoso ho found was this
uniquo law pnsstd by tho British
parlimont during tho reign of
Charles II, in 1070:
"That all woraon, of whatever
ago, rank, profession, or degree,
whether virgins, muids or widows,
that shall from nnd after tho pas
sago of this not, impose upon or
botray into matrimony any of his
majesty's male subjects, by scouts,
paints, cosmetic washes, artificial
teeth, false hair, Spanish wool,
iron stnys, hoops, high-healed
shoes or bolstered hips, shall inc'ur
the penalty of tho law how in
forco ngninst witchcraft, sorcery
and such liko misdemeanors, and
that the marriage, upon convic
tion, Blinll ttand null and voiV
Petition for the salo of real es
tate to pay debts was filet? March
12, by MyrtloCano, Admx, of tho
estate of Peter Kittsinlllor. No
tjoo by publication was ordered.
I'ho matter of the appointment
of nn administrator of the ostnto
of George Lowery, of Kenton
Township, deceased, l.eard on
March P( was continued, with
leave for the widow to file her op-
W llUI,'lLW".';.U Wi'. WiH.v r,.i.-J7"g
plination or ntiwrr on or bofo'e
1'otltion for tho (ale of renl 04
tnto to pay debts was filed March
0 by Kll Chute, Admr. of the cs-
tato of Walter Qiiigley. Sum
mons to next of kin was Issued,
petition for n writ of hollas
wns lied Mnich J 3 by
IlnltHOUgh, ullcgtiig the
unlawful detention of ono Millie
Crooks by Emanuel Crooks. The
writ wns issued to the sheriff, and
summons to the defendant, Kniau
Uel Clocks. Millie Crooks wnrt
brought before the court, nnd the
nnswer of the defendant filed ad
mitting the rcstrnlnt alleged, but
clnlnilng that such reatinint wns
lawful nnd proper. Tho case was
sot for hearing March IB. After
hearing of testimony, ciif-tody of
tho child was restored to Hurt
sough, who, as tho cyidenco
showed, had taken the child when
the lultor was only fifteen monll 8
old, nnd cared for her ever pinee.
The hist will and testament of
Lewis Coaklcy, of Gr en Town
ship, was presented for filing,
March 8, by S. H. Bright, custo
dian of the will App'ication for
probate of the same was Med by
Elmer ('oakley, son of the testutor.
Healing was set for Marc1 27, at
0:00 a. m. and notice to next of
The hist will and testament of
Hannah C. Myers, of Green Town
ship, was filed March 8, 1000.
Application for probate wot made
bv Bert S. Myers. Matter wus set..
for hearing March 28, nt 10:00 n.
m., and notice to heirs ordered.
Application for probate of the
last will and testament of Anna
Swearingin was mado March 10,
by tho Infirmary Directors of
Hocking County. Notice to next
of kin was ordered, and henring is
for March 21.
The report of the examiners of
the County Treasury was leturned
Match 8, by S. II. Bright nnd W.
W. McCrny, examiners. Snme
was approved and ordered to be
advertised, nccoiding to law.
Georgo M. fttine, editor and pro
prietor of the Bosevillo Indepen
dent, hna iold his paper to n num
ber of prominent Boseville busi
ness men. A new company will
bo formed and will likely take out
articles of incorpotation in a few
days. The paper will be a Repub
lican organ and the nnme will be
changed to that of tho Roseville
Republican. The purchasers of
the plant are said to bo Mayor Ivy
Pembeiton, C. W. L-wery, L. G.
Smith, T. G. Lowcry, Chester
Cannon . :id others.
A like company was formed nnd
purchased the Kosevillo Review,
the Democrntic pupor, last week.
Herman G. Williams, tho former
owner, still retains a great portion
of the stock. Both pnpors will bo
froatly improved and two of the
blest weekly papers in southeast
cm, Ohio aro promised for Roso
ville.. ZaneBvillo Signal.
Mrt. Ed. Olivor was the guest
oik her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G.
WABeoiy, of Union Furnaces-over
Misi? Gnco Bright, of New Lex
ington, who has boen visiting Miss
Ruth Briooko, was called homo last
week by tio illnosf of a relative.
Mr. and iIrs. J. Wood'wortli,
of Haydonille, veie in Logan
Monday niglmto ntiend tho Twice
Then your blood must be in
s verv had condition. YOU
certainly know what to tae,
then take it Ayer's Sars
parilla. If you doubt, the, J
mtnciiir lrniii'iiiii-iiii . wlriiuit
what he will say about this rtuVlay,
i i.i rn,tt,r mHlolnft. Ivfteudoir runaway, Tho Jit
Sold (or over 60 years.
This Is the Hrst nutstlon your doctor nould
ask" "Are your bowels r-uularV" lie kujuy
tuJt daily action of the boe s laabsolu Uly
esssotlal to recovery Keen jour ll-eraiiiyt
ami your towel' rulr "1 uklui; Ui.Uve
dose otAyer's Tills.
WaaUyJ O AyerOo.tXowtU.UMte
Alltt tuuuivuiif n-t
f HAIR VI00R.
II glrtsoo1 nrp requited lip will fit n ou SO per cent lower
We gnml 1cuph to suit eiuh peiRuii,
Rempel Hotel from 10 a. in. to 6 p. m,
if You are Suffering i'rom any Disease, Weakness or Disability
Why Not Consult Freo an Expor-loneed, educated Specialist, who i-j thoroughly
equipped with tho necessary appliances known to modern medical science '.
It Will Pay You to Go 200 Miles to See Dr. Weist
UlilelKxainliiliiK-.tiilCnniiiltliiit Plijrililiiti ot tlio frame Mclleal liutlttilf. Jir. Wrltl Mill ilo mnro lor jou nn.l linii-e frf-i t tii-reis -.lid In Hit
SHORTEST P0SSIIU time ana )im are at no chargci it lie tall- tu Ileal full to i tire, Nut a PENNT Ii lotto you It -uu are at all (lliiatiillul.
I would tather effect a cure of a difficult case than receive
tile; sum of money. I believe In "CURINQ TO STAY CURED "
othlng la PAID by you If naiHntf is aonc for
k FRANCE MEDICAL INSTITUTE CO., VIXff Columbus, 0.
TsTr. Ambrose Kessler epont Sun
dny in Somerset.
Mrs. F. M. McICny spent Mon
day in the Cnpitol.
Mr. John Smith has been con
fined to his home for Hovcral dnys
with neuialgifi of the face.
Mrs. L. J. Quinn and Mies Clara
Quinn visited friends in Crooks
Miss Nell MeManignl returned
Wednesday morning from an ex
tended visit in Columbus.
Mrs. G. C. Weitzoll was a Col
umbus isitor Monday and Tues
day. Miss Sadie McCroy left yester
day to visit her sister, Mrs. M. S.
Pond, of Somerset.
Mr. Kugono Wiight was a pro
fessional visitor in Athens, Mon
duy. tlohn E. Canty has been in
Sandyville, West Virginia, for a
few days, on business. lie will
return this evening.
Mr. J. F. Kohre" and family at
tended thq i'unoral of Perry Shop
poll at St. Mary's Church, Luii
caster, on Wednesday. Mr. Shop
poll diod Monduy morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nimon, of
Ilesboru, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed.
Grilllth and son, of Union Furnace,
spent last Thursday with Mr. nnd
Mrs, Phil Chnpmnti.
Mrs. Ralph Edniiston and son
Joe, left hero Inst Thursday for
Chnrleston, West Virginia, where
they will mako thoir home. Mr.
KdinistOTi has been tlioro several
Mr. G. C. Weitzoil arrived home
last Friday from 'Jincinnuti, after
Bponding two weeks in that City.
Mr, Woit'oll left Saturday evon
ing for Indianapolis to attend tho
coal operators' convention tlioro.
He is m member of tho Scule Com
mittee. A Double-Header.
A four-mule team, belonging to
Charles Wright, and driven by
nm Ililep. became frielitened by
n' train just below Three-Mile
Bridge, on Uie Hnydenvillc pike,
'OQudek runawny, Tho lines on tho
jmouerspioKu, mm iiiumum wuuiu
f on -iiw imvo fared badly hnd
tfml one, , 8topp0(i ,y toie.
phi, jj'f3 Uffler running about a
Iuiiimho, nnds, Sam was thrown
forvvulSO bnrrXe shock, and fell be
tween l InQ'ii, but was unin
jured, ,,ocki tamugo was cry
plight, be tho bioken lines.
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Monday, April 16th
HE HEALS ALL CURABLE CASES
The France Medical Institute S.'KSil'ft.K.S
Ttart we bare boon maLlug regular monthly rlilta in the urlticlpal Utlet U
Ohio. Our lonr experience, remarkable iklll, and great juecei entitle tu to
the lull eonfldence ot the aMIcted. RErCRENCES-Bett Bmki ind Laadlnf Bailnm
Mn f Ctlumbui. Men and women who nefd treatment, find out what aM jrbti.
When the real trouble is known thai it one half the pure. Not a dollar need be
paid uulen -au are abiolutely lalliflcd In erery irtlculr that Dr. Wtlit 4
ktep tils reemeut.
WHAT AILS YOU?
Throat, Lung, Nasal Diseases gMftiWrTi!0"'
Heart, Blood and Skin Diseases fcc.8m: ""'
Brain, Spinal and Nurve Diseases HSSSl
Kpllepiy. Fltn, Neuralgia, Sciatic, Headachei, flleepteiinen, Dizzlneu, Brain!
and Nerroui Kzhauitlon, etc., luccesifullr treated by our original method.
Rheumatism 0urcnrc'orTlhcu,n"'tn u moit tucccntui kuowa
Young and Middle-Aged Men J'JJSSMffi
and NerToua Debility may call with conlldeiice.
TiicAnCflC nf Wfttnon Alter yeara of experience we haTediicor
Llt)t!d.bBtJ Ul VV UlllOII ercd the groateit eure known fordlieam
peculiar to the sex. Painful
1'rurltls, Oratlan and Flbroiil Tumors in the early atagei, etc., imaltlvely cured
by our method. Our treatment ii perfectly barmlin and eaillT applied. No
humiliating expoiurc on examination. Try It, and you will exclaim like hun
dred! of others: "Oh, I feel like adlfltrent woman "
Rupture and Varicocele S:e,0r.;ne,,krnicfue,r5?u.,:,orr.,i,ne.
ory. Be lure and consult us before taking treatment elsewhere.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases f'iSM
der, Enlarged Prostate, Frequent and Drihhllng Urination, It costs no mora to
employ an expert than to risk j our life -with an inexperienced phjalclau.
Qfrtintlino ni1 R" 'nrn" ' ditense of the urethra and prostate gland
Oil lis LIU O cured hy our Medicated llnugle, anietlod of trealtnent with
out pain or detention from business
Syphilis or Blood Poison ?$ Toti10"
Not necessary to attend expensive anitariun , Ilrwpltals, or Health Re
sorts; our medicines and treatment can he laLci and applifd at bonie. Each
person applyliiK (orMe1ltallrentinciit tooiir MiiltiHKphalclaii or at the lion e
office should bring from two to four ounce of urine hlch will receive c-.rrfi;I
chemical and microscopical examination. Consultation and txniinrti..ii free
and strictly confidential No names published without written lenneiit.
NOTHING ELSE. You get satisfaction, 5011 get cured or you are OUT HO MONtr.
f .Sir; .
TTE prent stock of ujoM in the world N $11,000,000,000,
.unl about $3,500,000,000 of thi- intiy lie :iid to he in siglit
intlioliol(ling-iofb.xnk4nfiMue. THIS SL'PPLV WfTX
V,K DOUBLED IX Till'. A'F.XT TWF.NTV YKAKS.
Tho idea lirtliceii provnlfiit of l.ito that money ia going
lo be o plentiful that it Avill be chcipcr anil interest r.Hes pernuiiieiitly
lower, but "THAT BLlTvKSSIOX IS XOT THK IIESULT OF
PAST EXPF-ItrEXCl-:. While the lirt eltVct of u large supply of
money to reduco interest rate, couiiteriietiiig inlluenees are set to
work." AX KItA OF FXTERPKISF AXD OOXSTRUCTEOX
If money at interest brings a lower r.ite than money invested in
bit-ine blocks, houses, or railways or oilier iied investment, thoso
IXOl'STRlItfMV'ILL 13F STIMUI.ATF.I). An er.t of construction
ereatt'i a demand for labor and niateriiiU and ago, and A GREAT
LOOM RF.Sril'S, Avhich is what happened in the world in the fifties
following the period resulting from the gold discoveries in Ciliforui.t.
An important JSXI.ARCiElIEXT OF TIIE DHMAXD EOK
OOI. D is likely to come from the development of new countries that
in the past have been small factors in the commercial world. TSaiik
stocks in Japan HAVE QUADRUPLED and the wages have dou
bled in the last ten ycni- WACiJSS IX .MKXLC'O HAVE DOU
BLED in livo yenv. There is increasing iwiiMri.il and political de
velopment in the Wcit Tndiei.
Russia is going through nn upheaval, but when ir subsides then
will be u CRF.AT INDUSTRIAL AWAKEN' IXO and deumtid for
capital. The aine i true in southern Europe. Our own country lias
shown the d 'velopinent potiiblr- when there i-. general employment.
What "Thou Shalt Do
No Murder" Means
I'l-ufobor WALriill I.. SHELDON
FF iii auv form i- the same
Xo man ha-, fathomed it
fathom it. Vet greater
Jil'MAX LIFE. It i-. an uplifting experience to trace that
spiral movement of development from the worm beneath our feet to
the full grown human living -oiil, ISnt to none of those other crcu
tures inside the earth or ou the outside of it do we attribute a eolf con
scious personality, that SPTRITUAI. El.EMEXT which chur.ictei
i.es overs man awl woman. Lil'o is a TRUST comiiiittcd to our
charge. The right to life is connected with the obligations a man Inu
to fulfill. Xo liiiiiutii being is nitlhori.ed to prevent (mother from ful
filling thoo nbligntioiis. This is the spiritual kernel of the precept,
"Thou shalt do nn murder."
Vet today the right to life is coming to mean u great deal more
than it u-ed to imply. The social conscience has enlarged tho old
meaning h tho XEW J'RIXOLPJ.E OF (M1A1UTV. Human so
ciety today would feel ashamed to let a mini perish of hunger. It is
oven moving FURTHER in its feelings and asking whether it should
allow any person to perish by the CRUELTY of others.
THUS IT IS THAT THE ANCIENT PRECEPT, "THOU SHALT DO
NO MURDER," RECEIVES TWO NEW INTERPRETATIONS BY THE
MODERN WORLD. AND THEY WOULD RUN AS FOLLOWS; WE
OUGHT NOT TO LET ANY MAN PERI8H BY FAMINE OR BY THE
INJUSTICE OF OTHERS. WE OUGHT TO CO-OPERATE IN MU
TUAL SERVICE FOR ENLARGING AND ENNOBLING THE SPHERE
OF LIFE FOR HUMANITY. BUT IT ALL GOES BACK TO THE
TEACHING OF JE8U8 OF NAZARETH, "THOU SHALT LOVE THY
NEIGHBOR A8 THYSELF," ,
i-i illiua.l .nl leiMnl b) M skilled
Wri't, of 1 lir r r.utfC Mcdtcfd In
EXAMINE YOUR EYES KKE
than nny oihor firm.
Menstruation. Sterility or Birrenncii. Leucorrhrra.
Next Door West of the
Inter-Urban Union Station
No Danger In
By GEORGE L. ROBERTS, Director of the Mint
of the btlilcsl Suclety of Sr. Luuls
awo inspiring fact it alw.ivs wus.
- rny-ter, awl no man over will
of all i T1IK .MVSTKUY OF