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The Letters On the Third Line ? Can you read line print readily when placed a short distance from your eyes? To see badly at a distance and clearly near at hand is a sign of Myopia, which is a progressive malady, and should lie checked in the early stage by wearing glas ses prescriben by OHO MUELLEE Jeweler and Optician Comer Third and Washington Sts. AUTOS FOR HIRE Large or small to suit your conven ience for business or pleasure, by the hour, day or trip. Wausau Garage C. J. Junkermann Phone 1127 ft BEST Clota ARE MADE BY S.C.O. HANSON TAILOR 211 Jefferson Street Suits frptn $20.00 and up Trousers from $5.00 and up Overcoats from $15.00 and up. PERFECT FITS GUARANTEED Repairing, Pressing and Clean ing a Specialty A full line of suitings for Spring and Summer include the latest weaves and fabrics. Give me a call and be con vinced. S. C. O. llanson, 211 Jefferson St K'S’lY your cvc foti u$ OR RATHER ON OMR SHOW WINDOWS AND PRKES Our store has proven mighty * popular of late -a large stock; handsome, pliable leather and a policy that won’t allow you to buy a shoe unless it fits are responsible. Black or Tan Shoes and Oxfords for men and women and for girls and boys HUELLER &r QUANDT rOrULrfK SHOERS , DR. L. M. WILURD DISEASES OF THE EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT OFMCE. MCKINLEY BLOCK WAUSAU, WIS. Horns* l A. M. TO 11 M. 1130 TO S P. M. ITINTNONi TI’BMDiYS AMD SATTS" DATS, 7 TO 8. SUNDAYS t TO lO A. M. SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES SCIENTIFICALLY FITTED. Palmo Tablets transform weak, broken-down, nerv ous wrecks into magnificent types of physical perfection. They restore the nerves and kidneys to their normal conditions and make you look and feel years younger. Guaranteed. 60 cents. Book Free. The S. R. Feil Cos., Cleveland, O. For sale by W. W. Albert, druggist We have for rent a nice home on Fulton street. Good location and best of neighbors. Cheap to good parties. Crocker-Thayer Land Cos. SHORT NEWS ITEMS. A daughter was born unto Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Thompson on Thursday. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and su.-geon, will be ct the Beilis House, Saturday, June Ist. C. B. Bird of this city, will deliver the address to the high school grad uating class at Wittenberg on Thurs day evening, June 6th. The J. M. Kuebler company will buy all the lumber that farmers will bring in to the plant, and pay satis factory prices therefor. 21-2 t Beautiful patterns in beautiful colorings are the feitures of wall papers sold by C. G. rter. That's why they are so popular. Mrs. Edward Kluetz of Merrill, died last Tuesday. Mrs. Kluetz was a former resident of Wausau, but had lived in Merrill for forty years. She was 64 years of age. Mr. Kluetz died in 1899. Next Saturday being the first of June, the season for catching all kinds of game fish will be open. Local rod and reel men are preparing to go after the wary rauskie and pike in force. Dr. A. B. Rosenberry, medical director for the Great Northern Life Insurance Cos., was kept quite busy during the state medical meeting, en tertaining the company's out of town physicians. The sudden change to real summer weather has caused- men to make a change in their wearing apparel. Seim Bros, have been very busy the past week looking after the wants of our citizens. Taft and Teddy are very busy just at present fixing up fences; but they are not getting as much satisfaction out of their work as are the busy people of Wausau who are fixing up their homes with wall paper bought at C. G. Pier’s store. Frieda, the one week old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Giese of the town of Berlin, died Thursday morning of convulsions. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon at two o’clock from St. Paul’s church at Naugart, the Rev. Theo. Hartwig officiating. Herman Streich on Thursday morn ing lost the tip of the thumb of his right hand while at work in factory No. lof the Curtis & Yale Cos. He was engaged in setting the knives on a planer when the accident occurred. He also suffered several bad gashes on his middle and third fingers. Many of our citizens have been working in the cemeteries the past week, planting and setting out flowers and shrubbery on the graves of their deceased relatives, and also on the surrounding plots of ground, in order to have them appear at their best on Memorial day. While engaged in the work of un loading slate, to he used in the con struction of the mausoleum at Pine Grove cemetery, Jos. Bessey, residing at 511 Forest street, on Wednesday sustained painful injuries to one of his legs, through the falling thereon of a heavy slab of the material. About forty Ladies of the Macca bees, representing Wasteland North ern Star hives of this city, went to Stevens Point Thursday to attend the annual meeting of the’state hive, which was held there Thursday and Friday. The St. Paul road furnished an extra coach for the convenience of the ladies. Some mischievous youngsters have during tiie past week been making raids on the lilac bushes of some of the residents of the first ward, and in breaking off the flowers have in some instances badly damaged the bushes, tearing away the hark of whole limbs. Sucli willful destruction of property ought to he punished. “Bill” Hadley, the special dog policeman of Wausau, has been kept busy since ids appointment to office, in gathering in all dogs running at large and up to date has succeeded in capturing over fifty. About thirty of the canines so captured were killed, as their owners failed to call for them in the stipulated time of two days. Street Commissioner Ole Smith lias had a crew of men at work the past week repairing the macadamized streets of the city. The holes in the streets are being tilled up with new material and the roller is being run over these spots so as to make an even driving surface along the streets under repair. The new gasoline motor roller is being used in this repair work. Light weight suits, underwear and head wearing apparel are now in great demand. Seim Bros, are the busy merchants looking after the wants of the suffering masculanifey. On account of his bondsmen having withdrawn as sureties from his bail bond. Gustav Priebe of the town of Flieth. will have to spend the time between now and June 24 in the county jail. He was arrested about four weeks ago on the charge of hav ing threatened to do great bodily harm to his children, and the hearing in liis case was set for the day men tioned. lie was able to secure wndsmen at the time for his appear ance. but on acconut of his conduct since then they have withdrawn. At vhe regular monthly meeting of the common council to be held next Tuesday, June 4, there will be several important contracts awarded to suc cessful bidders, the most important of which will be for the building of cement sidewalks. The council has ordered walks built in many streets in the city and if the adjoining property owners do not build them in a very short time the successful con tractor will be ordered to do so, and the costs of same w ill be charged up to the tax account of the respective property. There never w as a time when people appreciated the real merits of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more than now. This is showr by the increase in sales anti voluntary testimonials from persons who have been cured by it. If you or your children are troubled with c. cough or cold give it a trial and become acquainted with its good qualities. For sale by ail dealers. The authorities of the village of Schofield have had the bridge cross ing the Eau Claire rivgr replanked the past week. Some of the district schools in the country iiave already closed for the summer vacation period, and others will be closed during this week. Don’t peel—don’t fade—don’t do anything but give entire satisfaction. These are “Sun Proof’ paint “don'ts.” For further particulars see Col. Pier. Noing that YU are about to buy a NU SUMMER SUIT we ask YU to call and see our line of Hart, Schaffnei & Marx’ new creations Seim Bros. Nones—We have for sale the resi dence of J. O. Hollis on Fulton street. The house is up to date in every re spect and in a good neighborhood. Terms easy. tf Crockkk-Tiiayer Land Cos. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A FRANCHISE. To the Mayor and Common Council of the city of Wausau: The Wausau Street Railroad com pany hereby makes application for a franchise authorizing and permitting it to construct, operate, and main tain, in, upon and across the streets, highways, and public places herein after described. to-wit: From the intersection of Wausau Ave. and Sixtli street westerly along Wausau Ave. to the intersection of Wausau Ave. andTldrdstreet; thence southerly cn Wausau Ave. to the in tersection of Chicago Ave. and Third street, and to connect same witli the street railway already constructed by this company; the same when granted to he an amendment to the general ordinance known as No. 61, granting to the Wisconsin River Traction & Power company, right to construct, maintain and operate a street railroad on certain streets in the city of Wau sau, as amended. Wausau Street Railroad Cos. By Neal Brown, President. Notice is hereby given that the above and foregoing application is made to the Common Council of the city of Wausau, and the same will he presented and considered. Dated March 18, 1912. Wausau Street Railroad Cos. By Neal Brow-n, President. C. C. Adams, City Clerk. NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR ROAD MA TERIAL. Sealed proposals will be received hy the Board of Public Works of the city of Wausau until 2 o’clock p. m., May 29tli, 1912, for hauling and furnishing rock and also for hauling and furnish ihg decomposed rock or gravel for sur facing city roadways according to de tails to be furnished at the City Comp troller’s office. Separate proposals should he made for the hauling of ma terials and also for furnishing same. The Board of Public Works reserves the rig-lit to reject any or all bids. Dated, Wausau, Wis., May 20,1912. John Ringle, B. C. Gowan, 11. E. Marquardt. Board of Public Works. AN OPPORTUNITY. I have ten acres of land joining Forest Park addition on the soutli where there is a splendid view of the city. 1 will sell these acre lots for $400.00 an acre. That means six city lots for $400.00. If you are wise, and can look a month ahead, you will get an acre now. F. O. Crocker, 312 Scott St., W’ausau, Wis. WORK THAT MS, Plenty of It Has Been Done Right Here in Wausau. Cures that last are cures that tell. To thoroughly know the virtues of a medicine you must investigate the cures and see if they prove permanent. Doan’s Kidney Pills stand this test, and plenty of proof exists right here in Wausau. People who testified years ago to relief from backache, kidney and urinary disorders, now declare that relief was permanent and the cure perfect. How can any Wausau sufferer longer doubt the evidence? E. M. Hubbard, 521 Seconb Ave. S., Wausau, Wis., says: “I gladly corro borate all I sai l in praise of Doan’s Kidney Pills when I publicly recom mended them in 1907. My experience with this medicine has given con vincing proof of its merits. My back was very lame and I was subject to pains through my kidneys and sides. When I heard about Doan’s Kiviney Pills, I got a supply and it did not take them long to relieve every symptom of my trouble.” For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Cos., Bnffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remembe the name— Doan’s—and take no other. Every Woman intere#wsd mod thould know about the wonderful * Whirling Spray Vi Dcw ►jrl-rr. If lie cannot uppir the MARVEL. a?cipt no other, but eend stamp tor „ *J§ Illustrated book—sealed. It gtrm fj® l * M full particulars and directions In- .~M - Unable to ladles. MARVELCO. ’WSUmF 4 4 Eaet *3d Street.*E W VOKK. 20 High Cla.~ Entertainment, WAUSAU Chautauqua July 12th to 21st Every Ticket a Boost for Wausau IB THE MAN WHO CARES “Straws show which way tlie wind blows.” If a man is careful about his clothes the chances are that he is careful about other things. If he insists on hav ing his clothing correct it's an indication that he is particular about all tilings. Wearing good clothes does more than make a man look well. His clothes give you a glimpse of his real character. We can suit you at $25.00 or.up. LOUIS LEAK, The Tailor P. 8. llcmembpr we clean clothes and make them look like new with our new process. Don’t Neglect Your Teeth , You ’ll Regret It If you have neglected your teeth so that you have to wear plates we take pride in making you A PLATE G ° LD ° R THAT WILL P CRO^ N We guarantee our plates not only against breakage, but satisfaction for 20 years. We know how. It’s our business to know how. That’s the key note of our phenomenal success. Our methods of painless ex tractions do away with the dread of dental operations. Open Evenings: 7-8 Sundays: 9-12 Phone: 1155 T LADY ATTENDANT Tg Wausau Dentists EHJiELJL : Pr. Herman T. Schlegel : Practice limited to the : Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and the Fitting of Glasses : fa. m.to 12 m. McCrossen Block 1 1:30 P- m - “° 5 P- m . nou rs .j- t 0 £ Tuesday and Saturday evenings &oi Third st. : (Sunday 9 to 10 a. m. Telephone 1040 Can not crack, chip or scale—even if taken off the tire and placed under AjgA \ ipv // the cold faucet—because it is ttj yi <4 o3T"Ever* * Aluminum Ware U "’ "* j Stamped from thick, hard, sheet 1 AJ [IJ aluminum 99 per cent, pure, without lIL . 1/ C \ /ry\ ! rVn joints, seams orsolder.it is practically ly/ ill ’I 'ill indestructible. /1 ' *“ * It ha. paid others —it will pay you—to ( Replace utensils that wear out \ with utensils that “Wear Ever' 1 The Battn.ann Hardware Cos. Phone 1015 - 212 Third St. * * ~~ f\ LAWS MOWERS! ,A Brand New Lot of New Improved | KEEN KUTTER AND ROLA LAWN MOWERS! "■; Just Received and are Selling- at I From $3.00 to $15.00 J All First CLss Machines ' Ml, SELL HARDWARE CO, A i THE KEEN KUTTER STORE \ 320-322 Third St. Phone 1251 J j Invite Your Friends to Wausau for That Time FOR INFORMATION A. C. SCHMIDT, Sec. Ritter & Lcutsch Bldg. Phone 1761 $2.00 Season Ticket For All Have a Home Coming Chautauqua Week PERSONAL MENTION. | —W. E. Brown of Rhinelander did I business in this city Saturday. —Frank Mcßeynolds of Mosinee, was a business visitor Saturday. —C. A. Bernier of Mosinee tran sacted business in Wausau Saturday. —T. H. Ryan of Merrill visited relatives and friends in Wausau on Sunday. 1 —Chas. McCrossen of Glendive, Mont., spent several days in Wausau the past week. —O. D. Jenson of Appleton, was a business caller here and in Mosinee and Rothschild. Friday. —E. C. Kretlow was in Chicago during the past week on business matters, returning home yesterday. —Mrs. Elvira Dickens was called to Mauston on Friday morning on ac count of the serious illness of a sister. —Mrs. H. C. Stewart and daughter, Miss Helen, returned home Friday morning from a short trip to Chica go. —Mrs. Anna Marx visited at Mer rill with her daughter, Mrs. T. C. Olson, and family a few days the past week. • —Royal M. Jones departed Friday on a visit to Fonddu Lac, Winchester, Waupaca, Bancroft, and other points in the state. —Mrs. Charles McCrossen of Glen dive. Mont., arrived in the city Monday to join her husband who is here on business. —Mr. and Mrs. James McCrossen of Pasadena, have arrived in the city for the summer much to the joy of their many friends. —Mrs. Mary Bell Estes who spent the winter in California, has arrived home and is with her mother, Mrs. S. S. Armstrong on Franklin street. —Mrs. Edmonds of Appleton, moth er of W. L. Edmonds, who has been visiting relatives in the city, re turned to her home on Saturday. —Mis. Kate Pier a Milwaukee at torney and Mrs. C. G. Simends, of the same city, were in Wausau, Satur day on a business and social visit. —The Misses Magdalena Mohr and Hazel Menier visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Boyles at Waupaca, a few days the past week. —S. M. Yale of Minneapolis was in Wausau on Wednesday and Thursday, cm business connected witli the Curtis & Yale Co.’s factory. He was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Curtis. —G. L. and E. J. Curtis of Clinton, lowa, spent Wednesday and Thurs day in Wausau on a business and also a social visit. They Were guests at the home of their uncle, C. S Curtis. —Miss Helen Single who the past year has been a teacher of music in the public schools of Valparaiso, Ind., is expected home on Thursday, where she will enjoy her summer vacation. —Miss Vena Thielke, who had been in Detroit, is here this week visiting her sister, Mrs. O. C. Vandree. Miss Thielke will go from here to her home in Wausau.—Wiitenberg Enter prise. —Miss Beulah Mumm who holds a position in the public library at Sedalia, Mo., will arrive Thursday morning for a month's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mumra, —Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dunn and Mrs. C. F. Bismarck, left for Mil waukee Friday to attend the funeral of the latter's sister, Mrs John Orr, formerly of this city. They arrived home today. —Mrs. Russell Lyon and children and Mrs. 11. E. Smith and children motored to Antigo on Saturday where they met Dr. Lyon, who was there on business, and all returned to Wausau in the evening. —Rev. Wm. Spiegel of St. Stephen’s Lutheran church is attending the annual meeting of the Wisconsin District of the Lutheran Synod of Ohio, which is being held at Platte ville this week. —Rev. James M. Duer was in Mer rill the early part of the week, one of a committee appointed by the Pres bytery to see what could he done towards uniting the two Presbyterian churelies of that city. —Mrs. August Kluender of Itingle, spent the past week in the city visit ing with her sister, Mrs. Fred Gen rich and family. Mr. Kluender came up Sunday with ids automobile and they returned home In the afternoon. —Miss Cornelia McCrossen who had been in Pasadena the past winter re turned to her home in tills city on Thursday. She accompanied her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James McCrossen. as far as Chicago, and then remained in that city for several days. —Dr. Harriet A. Whitehead, for the n-\st eight years of tills city, who re cently sold her practice here to Dr. l r ellie M. Fisher, after spending the winter in the South, is at Appleton, taxing care of the practice of Dr. Eliza M. Culbertson, while the latter takes an extensive, much needed vacation from a large practice. —Among the doctors who visited the annual State Medical convention was Dr. S. G. Higginns of Milwaukee* a specialist of the eye, ear, nose and throat. The doctor was born in Wau sau and resided here until after the death of his father, Dr. S. G. Higgins Sr., who came here about 40 yaars ago and held a high place in the profes sion until lie died some fifteen years afterwards. Dr. Higgins read a paper before the convention on Friday. While here he was a guest at the home of Walter Alexander. The Demons Of The Swamp are mosquitos. As they sting they put deadly malaria germs in the blood. Then follow the icy chills and the fires of fever. The appetite flies and the strength fails; also malaria often paves the way for deauly typhoid. But Electric Bitters kill and cast out tie malaria germs from the blood: gire you a fine appetite and renew your strength. “After long suffering," wrote We. Fret well, of Lucama, N. C., “three bottles drove all the malaria from my system, and I’ve had good health ever since.” Best for all stomach, iivrr and kidney ills. 50cts. at W. W. Albers. DR TURBIN of Berlin, Germany, the Expert Specialist and Surgeon who has visited our city for the past twenty years, will again be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Saturday, June Jst HOURS, 9 A. M. TO S P. M., and every fourth Saturday thereafter. .. .. ■ -mBF DOCTOR TURBIN 103 Randolph St., Chicago Young Men, Are You Nervous, Despondent, Weak, Debilitated, Tired Mornings, No Ambition, Lifeless, Dizziness, Poor Memory, Easily Fa tigued, Excitable, Irritable, Weak Back, Hollow-eyed, Sunken Cheeks, Haggard Looking, Foul Breath, Heart Flutter. Sleeplessness, Catarrh, Lack of Energy and Confidence? Consult me. Weak and Diseased Nerves, Weakness, Twitching, Jerking, Easily Excited, Wornout Feeling, Weak, Aching Back, Lack of Strength, Energy or Ambition, Poor Memory, Bashful, Restless at Night, Despondent. Consult me. STOMACH TROUBLES Appetite, Dyspepsia, Indiges tion, Bad Taste or Breath. Sick Headache, Bloated, Heartburn, Sour Belching. Spitting Up, Catarrh, Gas, Gnawing, Nervousness Consult me. HEART WEAKNESSIiT*;; Shoulder Blade, Short Breath, Weak, Sinking, Cold or Dizzy Spells, Swelling, Rheumatism, Throbbing in Ex citement or Exertion. Consult me. PATADDU Hawking. Spitting, Nose Running Watery l#H I HR fill or Yellowish Matter or Stopped Up. Sneez ing, Dull Headache. Coughing, Dealness, Tains 'n Kid neys, Bladder, Lungs. Stomach or Bowels may be Ca tarrh. Consult me. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES— mors. Goitre, Tetter. Ecsem* and Blood Poison thor oughly eradicated, leaving the system in a strong, pure and healthful state. ttj |rpp your troubles if living away from the city. Thousand! cured at home W XXI XLi by correspondence and mr.lii in- v ::t as directed. Absolute secrecy in all professional dealings. Address all letters plainly, giving street and number. Send 2-cent Stamp for list of questions. Bore Settlers Wanted —r. ■= ■■■■l IN Tr.Tr J : Marathon County, Wis. HE Land of welcome and plenty—in reality one of nature's T garden spots. A county of 60,000 inhabitnnts and there are yet homes for thousands. It is a section of the state where industry is rewarded and where conditions render a home desirable. Not only a living is assured, hut it is possible for the man who will give intelligent care to any holding he may acquire to become independent in a comparatively few years. Marathon County is one of the most fertile, richest developed sections of Central Wisconsin, and from the standpoint of produc tion, ranks with any other section in t he union, for (arming, dairy ing, haying, stock raising-, fruits and gardening and a ready market for everything produced. And right here is the best opportunity for people of moderate means to invest. This county presents a most wonderful inviting field for the man who is looking for a location amidst pleasant surroundings, where the climate is splendid and the agricultural, stockrais ing, dairying, horticultural, etc., and kindred pursuits are a suc cess. At the same time let it he remembered that good schools and churches are here firmly intrenched. For further information concerning this valuable and rapidly developing region, all you need to do now is to call on us or send for our booklets, circulars, maps, etc., they will tell you how and 7*here to buy good farming lands for a little money. G. D. Jones M Comm First Nat. Bank Bldg.—Third Floor WAUSAU, WISCONSIN The Curtis Grocery Store Has a complete line of Groceries always in stock. We get the best the market affords—the best that money can buy. We guarantee our goods. As we buy for cash we can demand from our whole salers that they send us only first grade i: rebandise. Through the great trade we always have our goods fresh. No matter what competition we are willing to compete with anyone as to prices and quality. DAN CURTIS & SON== Great Northern NEAL BROWN, PRESIDENT The Company has complied with all the requirements of the Wiscontin ■T A Insurance Laws and ia licensed to transact business as a A Regular Legal Reserve Lile Insurance Company. The CAPITAL, and SPECIAL SURPI.US FUND, with the RESERVE ■ ■ ■ required under the law, guarantees the payment In full of H w ■ H every claim arising under its policies. i j B H Yfw/ Home office: Waustu, Wisconsin Ml uL WILLIAM A. FRICKE. VicePn■G r. u! Manager ALBERS 301 THIRD ST. IT 1 •graat'Yri-l'as*-, carried in a lirst clay- drug store rLverytning can )je folin(i her< , A iso a run line of Druggists’ Sundries- Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, Tooth Hair Brushes, Slaving Outfits, Stationery, Leather Gotds, Hot Water Bottles, etc. OUR PRESCRIPTIONS are always filled as directed with the purest drugs obtainable, and our label on prescriptions is a guarantee of goodness. COURTEOUS CLE in attendance t vee t bat you* wants are supplied. 312 S. THIRD AVE. ALBERS DR. O. W. La PLOUNT Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Holding state license, and same registered vith county cl.-rk at Marathon county, is per manently located in Wausau. Conduct* a general practice, but specializes in ironieii’a r.i.d children's diseases. CONSULTATION FREE. Office hours from 9a.m.t05 p. m. Cohn Bldg., No. 5124 Third -t.. over W right's jentiry 3. BWti Phene I I** • Residence Phene .113*, Expert Medical' EXAMINATION AND CONSULTATION FREE 1 want to talk to every suderer. The fact that you have been treated elsewhere without benefit and are skeptical does not discourage me in the least; nearly all of Otv patients tell of thi> same experience. lam curing men and worte-n every day and feel sure I can do the same for you. *1 especial.v solicit the stubborn, chronic, leem ingly incurable tases. Persons who realize the serious ness and gravity of their condition, and will appreciate benefits conferred and the cure 1 give, come to me for free consultation. I will then explain how diderent, better and more curative are my method* of treatment than those possessed hy others. My special training and long years of experience in treating all Chronic, Ner vous, Blood. Pelvic and Spcc : al Diseases give me many advantages over the avuage pnysician. I treat Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles, Constipa tion, All Rectal Diseases, Weak and Unhealthy Kidneys, and Lingering Ailments. I eryone who apniics for treatment it my office, as 1 have no incompctoi.t hired doctors to unskillfully treat my patient*, and every nun u ho en gages my services gets the benefit of the efficiency that has marked my success in the p ist. s. many of w horn had her i given >stem us been impaired, ' are tainted by disease in any form, you owe i. to younelf to seek and obtain a restorative power t c;ice, MY COUNSEL WILL COST YOU NOTHING, BUT MY CHARGES FOR A PERFECT CURE WILL BE REA SONABLE ANI) NOT MORE THAN YOU WILL BE WILLING TO PAY FOR THE BENEFITS CONFERRED. LADIES CONSULT A SPECIALIST "jr, ™ from persistent Headache, Pains in the Back, and feel as if it were impossible for you to endure your ttoubles and still be obliged to attend to your household and social obligations, I will cure you if you trust yourself to care. I have treated and cured a great many.