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IALKOF CITY Big Success Shown by Numbers of Callers at Philadelphia Headquarters. LOCAL MAN TELLS OF REMARKABLE RELIEF FROM RHEUMATISM IN YEAR’S TIME. The apparent success with which Pro fessor James M. Munyon, the world famous health authority, has been meet ing has started much discussion. Every street car brings dozens of callers to his Laboratories at 63d and Jefferson Streets, Philadelphia, Pa., and every mail brings thousands of letters from people Inquir ing about Munyon’s Famous Health Cult. Professor Munyon’s corps of expert phy sicians Is kept busy seeing callers and answering the mall. Peculiar to say, these physicians prescribe no medicine at all for 50 per cent, of the callers and mall Inquiries; health hints, health ad vice and rules for right living are given absolutely free. Medical advice and con sultation absolutely free. Munyon’s followers seem to be enor mous. Those who believe in his theories seem to think he possesses the most marvelous powers for the healing of all sorts of diseases. Munyon, himself, laughs at this. He says: “The hundreds of cures which you are hearing about every day in Philadelphia are not In any way due to my personal skill. It is my remedies, which represent the combined brains of the greatest medical specialists science has ever known, that are doing the work. I have paid thousands of dol lars for a single formula and the ex clusive right to manufacture It. I have paid tens of thousands of dollars for oth ers of mv various forms of treatment. This is why I get such remarkable re sults. I have simply bought the best products of the best brains in the world and placed this knowledge within the reach of the general public.” Among Munyon’s callers yesterday were ninny who were enthusiastic In their praise of the man. One of these said: “For six years I suffered with rheumatism. Mv arms and legs were af flicted so badly that T could hardly work, and I could not raise my arms to rny head. The pain was most severe In the back, however, and I was in perfect tor ture. T tried in manv ways to get cured, or even to secure temporary relief, but nothing seemed to help me until I was persuaded bv a friend to try Dr. Mun yon’s TTric Acid Course. Tt was the most marvelously acting remedy I ever saw. within a week the pain had most gone and inside of a month I considered my self entirely cured. I can now go out in the worst weather —eold, wet or any thing else, and T have not feit any sus picion of a return of the disease. I think that every person who has rheumatism and does not take the T’rlc Acid Cours# Is making a great mistake.” The rontinuous stream of callers and rr-dl that comes to professor James M. Munyon at his laboratories .at 53d and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia. Pa., keeps Dr. Munyon and his enormous corps of expert physicians busy. Write today to Professor James M. Munvon personally. Munyon’s Labora tories. 53d and Jefferson Sts., Philadel phia. Pa. (live full particulars in refer ence to your case. Tour Inquiry wall be held strictly confidential and answered In a plain envelope. Ton will be given the best medical advice, and asked more questions. 'Remember there is no charge of nnv kind for consultation, or medical advice. The oniv charge Munyon makes Is. when his physicians prescribe his remedies you pay the retail selling price. Tt Is immaterial whether you buy from him or from the nearest druggist. OBITUARY. “Ah! how true it is that one must die to be appreciated! Poor Rover was never worth half that when he was alive.” Good Guess. Mosquito—l say. you are keeping on that piece of paper as if you liked it. Fly—Well, to tell the truth, I am stuck on it. TO DRIVE OFT MALARIA AND ID I Lit IF THE SYSTEM Take the o a standard GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. You know what you are taking. The formula is plainly printed on every bottle, Showing it is simply Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form, and the most effectual form, for grown people and children, 50 cents. His Inspiration. Wagner told where he got his inspir ation. "It was from the garbage cans be ing emptied at night,” he confessed. For HEADACHE —Hicks* CAPUDINB Whether from Colds, Heat. Stomach or Nervous Troubles, Capudine will relieve you. It's liquid—pleasant to take —acts immedi ately. Try it. 10c., 25c , and 50 cents at drug stores. Prevention Is better than a cura. Poverty keeps off the gout. pi " C BRING FAG, Stretchy, Drowsy, stupid, tired, head-achy —“not sick, but don’t feel good.” Just a few signs that you need that most ef fective tonic, liver-stirr ing Spring Remedy— OXIDINE —a bottle proves. The Specific for Malaria, Chills and Fever, and a reliable remedy for all diseases due to a torpid liver and sluggish bowels and kidneys. 50c, At Your Druggist• BI BBHHBITB DBVQ 00., Waco, Texas. “iSSSJSSi Thompson’s Eyo Watoi IS A MODERN NERO Moroccan Sultan the World’s Most Cruel Ruler Denounced as a Monster for Whom Only the Later Roman and By zantine Empires Can Find a Rival. London. —The most cruel ruler to day is Mulai Hafid, the sultan of Mo rocco. Mulai Hafid is a monster of cruelty for whom only the later Ro man and Byzantine empires can find a rival. It is almost Impossible to be lieve that so monstrous and barbarous a relic of medievalism as Hafid’s court in Fez should exist at the very door of Europe. Mulai Hafld’s reign has been marked by the most outrageous cruelties from the outset. Immediately on assuming power he began by mutilating and tor turing his prisoners, and his abomi nable brutalities evoked outspoken protests from the consuls of the pow ers at Fez, who drew up a collective note demanding that in future all punishments involving mutilation or a lingering death should cease. To that Mulai Hafld’s practical answer was the putting to death by throwing to the lions of his hapless state prisoner, the pretender El Roghi, who had for some time past been undergoing a cruel punishment, being carted about on show, cramped up in an iron cage. One of the worst cases of torture laid to Mulai Hafid’s charge, the details of which have just come tq light, is that of the wife of Ben Aissa, the late governor of Fez, who himself had died from the tortures that were inflicted on him. The object of the torturing was to discover Ben Alssa’s supposed hidden treasure, the poor woman’s right shoulder was dislo cated, possibly broken, and much swollen, causing intense pain. Her right arm hung almost useless, and the hand was apparently permanently closed. It showed scars and unhealed - ,x ills • X' .7 , V X* 1 Sultan Mulai Hafid. wounds —the effect of chains or ropes —and her legs and feet were also scarred. The mother of Ben Aissa’s wife was another victim of this bloodthirsty ty rant. She was rescued just half alive after five weeks’ confinement in a dark cell, where she was loaded with fetters. Those acquainted with Moor ish customs have been able to gather ' from her condition what she had un dergone. First, they say. her right hand was sewn up in a damp raw hide, which by contracting crushed the hand and rendered it useless. Then she was hung up by ropes or chains fastened to her forearms or wrists, which had to bear her whole weight, the strain causing her bonds to cut deeply into the flesh; and her legs and feet were at the same time chained. Hafid cares not whether his bloodthirsty soldiers harm the inno cent or the guilty. In either case they serve his purpose in making terrible the name of Mulai Hafid. The credit of exposing these brutali ties is due to the persistency of two women connected with the Fez Medi cal mission and the French and Eng lish consuls. Train Girls in Artillery. Trenton. N. J. —Girls of the Broad Street Park Methodist Episcopal Church here are to be taught the use of firearms. Under the direction of their pastor. Rev. William Stone, the girls have organized the Rangers’ club. They are to be trained In ar tillery and also will devote themselves to athletic sports. The object is to get them to exercise in the open air. Mosquitoes Chase Mill Hands. Vancouver, B. C. —Mosquitoes are so plentiful on the lower mainland British Columbia that they are seri ously Interfering with haymaking. One sawmill. 40 miles from Vancou ver, was forced to close on account of the mosquitoes and railway surveyors for the Canadian Northern, though pro tected by gloves and nets, were forced to stop work. Pastor Fined Men With Coats, York. Pa.—The Rev. William F. Rothrock announced recently that he wanted the men and boys of hla con gregation to come to church without their coats. Since that time every man or boy who wears his coat in church has been fined five cents for each offense. Diamond Anklet In Street. New York. —Mrs. Louise Winter feldt, wife of the banker, who has an apartment at the Ritz-Carlton, created a mild sensation in the hotel the other night by going out about eight o’clock wearing a diamond anklet over a block silk stocking. Raises 11-Pound Tomato. Louisville, Ky.—Eleven-pound toma toes, eight of them, are being dis played by J. B. Johnson, a railroad machinist. Gardening is his hobby. Mrs. Johnson cans those of ordinary Size, using but two to each quart can WOMAN IS LICENSED TO FLY New York Girl Flrat in America to Qualify as an Aviation Expert. Hempstead. L. I. —The first woman In the United States to receive a li cense to fly an aeroplane is Miss Har riet Quimby, a New York girl, who qualified here the other day. In her trial for the license Miss Quimby came wfithin seven feet nine inches of a designated spot. Her figures are close to a world’s record, the official mark being five feet four inches by the late Ralph Johnstone at Squan tum. Mass., September 8. though Tom fr ' Sopwith, the English aviator, is credited with having landed recently within a foot of the mark. Miss Quim by made two attempts to qualify, the first being unsuccessful. Miss Quimby is a pupil of the Mois ant Aviation School and made her record in a monoplane. She is a na tive of California, but has made her home in New York for the past six years. She took up aviation last Feb ruary and has made most of her flights between 4 and 5 o’clock in the morning, going to business in New York afterward. Asked if she was not afraid while flying hundreds of feet above the ground she replied: “Not in the least. I feel safer flying alone than when I go as a passenger. At the helm one has a sense of security that couldn’t be had if another person is doing the driving. For several years I have driven an automobile, but I find more real pleasure in an aeroplane.” Miss Quimby says it is not her pur pose to take up aviation as an occu pation, but she will fly at all of the big meets. Miss Quimby wears the conventional aviator’s garb of brown shirt and trousers, close-fitting skull cap and goggles during her flight. Her face was covered with grease and dirt, but her blue eyes flashed happily over her success in winning a license. She is the second woman in the world to win such an honor, the other being a French lady. GIANT ALOE A FOREST FREAK Tree With Wonderful Medical Virtues Also Has Deep Religious Signifi cance to Mohammedans. Cape Town, S. A. —The aloe is a tree that from the remotest antiquity has furnished medicine for man. Won derful virtues were ascribed to it. Herodotus says it once sold for its weight in gold It is found in many 9 A Giant Aloe. parts of the world, but the giant aloe of Southwest Africa is a remarkable tree. A mountainous tract about 50 miles from Cape Town is completely cov ered with aloes, varying in height from a few inches to 30 feet. Its leaves provide materia! for bow strings. hammocks, fishing lines, ropes, etc. The aloe also has a deep religious significance for the Moham medans, and those who have made pilgrimage to Mecca hang It over their doors as a sign that they have made the great Journey to the Moslem shrine. Abdul Hamid Wants Birds. Vienna.—From Constantinople comes a quaint story concerning the ex- Sultan, Abdul Hamid, who now seems quite recovered from his recent vio lent spell. As showing his restora tion to a peaceful frame of mind, the exiled Sultan recently sent a letter to his brother, the present sultan. Meh med V.. requesting him to send a quantity of birds. Abdul Hamid has always been a bird lover, his favorites being pigeons. He used to spfend houn. among them. Mehtned kindly com piled with his banished brother’s re quest, dispatching a whole wagon load to Salonica. ' MV DAUGHTER WASOTED By Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound Baltimore, Md. —“I send you here with the picture of my fifteen year old daughter Alice, who was restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta ble Compound. She was pale, with dark circles under her eyes, weak and irri table Two different doctors treated her and called it Green Sickness, but she grew worse all the time. Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound was reo ommended, and after taking three hot. ties she has regained her health, thanks to your medicine. I can recommend it for all female troubles.”—Mrs. L. A. Coukeax, 1103 Rutland Street, Balti more, Md. Hundreds of such letters from moth ers expressing their gratitude for what Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com pound has accomplished for them have been received by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass. Xoungr Girls, Heed This Advice. Girls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, head, ache, dfagging-down sensations, faint ing spells or indigestion, should take immediate action and bo restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege. table Compound. Thousands have been restored to health by its use. Write to Mrs. Pinkbam, Lynn, Mass., for advice, free. A RELIEF. UL De Bore —Yes; J called upon Miss Clever the other evening and she In sisted upon my singing all the time. Miss Grace —So she told me. She said that was better than having to talk to you all evening. CHILD’S HEAD A MASS OF HUMOR “I think the Cuticura remedies are the best remedies for eczema I have ever heard of. My mother had a child who had a rash on its head when it was real young. Doctor called it baby rash. He gave us medicine, but it did no good. In a few days the head was a solid mass, a running sore. It was awful; the child cried continually. We had to hold him and watch him tc keep him from scratching the sore. His suffering was dreadful. At last we remembered Cuticura Remedies. We got a dollar bottle of Cuticura Re solvent, a box of Cuticura Ointment, and a bar of Cuticura Soap. We gave the Resolvent as directed, washed the head with the Cuticura Soap, and ap plied the Cuticura Ointment. We bad not used half before the child’s head was clear and free from eczema, and it has never come back again. His head was healthy and he had a beau tiful head of hair. I think the Cuti cura Ointment very good for the hair. It makes the hair grow and prevents falling hair.” (Signed) Mrs. Francis Lund, Plain City, Utah, Sept. 19, 1910. Although Cuticura Soap and Oint ment are sold everywhere, a sample of each, with 32-page book, will be mailed free on application to “Cuti cura/’ Dept. 12 L. Boston. Men Iron Better Than Women. That men are to take the place of women as hand ironers in St. Louis is predicted by some of the laundry men, It is said that the work can be done better by men and that they can stand the strain very much better than women. Monotonous. Madge—So the place you spent your vacation got to be awfully dull? Marjorie—Just dreadful, dear. To ward the end I had to get engaged again to a young man I was in love with early in the summer. An Equivalent. “The man in the office with me did not get the advantage of me. I gave him a Roland for his Oliver.” "But which is really the better make?” The next time yon feel that swallowing sensation gargle Hamlins Wizard Oil im mediately with three parts water. It will save you days and perhaps weeks of mis ery from sore throat. Many a man who claims to be as honest as the day is long wouldn’t want the searchlight turned on his night record. Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma tion. allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c a bottle. If a man tells a woman she has n musical laugh she will fall for any old joke he may get off. II Your* 1* fluttering or weak* uso “RENOVINE/' Mad* by Van Vleet-Mansfleld Oruo Co.* Memphis* Tenn. Price SI.OO THOUGHT MADE HIM HURRY Recent Subject of Surgical Operation Victim of a Sudden and Hor rible Thought. “The late Dr. George W. Bailey of New York/' said a Presbyterian di vine. “was thoroughly modern in his methods, but he did think that some of our surgeons went too far. “Dr. Bailey, apropos of certain reck less abusers of the knife, used to tell a story of an appendicitis club. "At a meeting of this club a pallid member said: “ ‘Well, friends, I had to be reopen ed last week. My doctor had left a sponge inside me.’ “ T was reopened, too/ said a gaunt man. T was reopened just ten days ago. Prof. Cutler had forgotten to remove a pair of forceps.' “At this a nervous-looking- chap groaned, jumped up, and made for the door. "‘What’s the matetr?’ they asked him. ‘Where are you off to in such a rush ?’ “I’m off to my doctor’s/ the man re plied. T remember now that, just after I came to, he complained about mislaying his hat and stick’" Deaths Due to Dust. A warning against the dangers of dust was issued recently by the Na tional Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, in which it is shown that the percentage of deaths caused by tuberculosis in dusty trades is more than double that for all employed men in the registration area of the United States. While among males generally in the regis tration area of the United States 14.5 per cent, of all deaths are from con sumption the mortality among grind ers from this disease is 49.2 per cent., and in hardly any of the dusty trades is it below 25 per cent. The percent age of deaths from tuberculosis among all those exposed to metalic dust is 36.9 per cent.; to mineral dust, 28.6 per cent.; to vegetable fibre dust, 28.8 per cent; to mixed animal and other forms of dust, 32.1 per cent., to street dust, 25.5 per cent.; and to or ganic, or dust coming from the article being manufactured, 23 per cent. Naughty, but Nice. Edith, who is eight years old, was invited to a children’s party. Her blonde hair was perfectly straight, but becomingly arranged, and she started off in high feather. But on her return she was rather silent, and, on being questioned as to her experience, said: “I had a nice time, but it would have been nicer if my hair was kinky. All the other girls’ hair was kinky, and I shan’t go to another party un less my hair is fixed in kinks.” So the next week, when another invitation came for the little girl, her hair was curled and fluffed out in the most approved style. Then her mother led her to a mir ror, and said: “There, Edith, what do you thing of it?” Edith regarded herself soberly for a moment, and then, turning slowly around, she said: “It’s vain, but I like it.” To Cheer Her Up. An old Scotswoman, who had put herself to considerable inconvenience, and gone a long way to see a sick friend, learned on arriving that the alarming symptoms had subsided. “An’ hoo are ye the day, Mrs. Craw ford?” she inquired In breathless anxiety. “Oh, I'm quite weel noo. thank ye, Mrs. McGregor,” was the cheerful an swer. “Quite weel!” exclaimed the visitor, “an’ after me haein’ come sae far to see ye!” Emerson's Story of Gratitude. There is a beautiful little story In Emerson’s recently published “Jour nals,” of which his son, the editor. Dr. Edward \V. Emerson, said the poet was very fond. A certain widow was so poor that she eked out the one thin bed cover ing by laying an old door over herself and her little children. “Mamma,” one of the children said one bitter night, “what do those poor little children do who haven't got a door to cover them?” —Youth’s Com panion. Mean Man. “Why don’t you speak to Mr. Mill yuns any more?” “Aw, he wouldn't let me shoot him in the leg,” answered the Florodora girl, “when he knew it would gimme some fine- advertising.” M/N p I I DC" A Fine General Tonic! Contains no arsenic or other poisons.’ Leaves IPP no bad effect* like quinine. If your Druggist or Merchant can't sup- 1 NO PAY ply it, write to ARTHUR PETER & CO.. Gen. Agts, Louisville, Ky. NO PAY Was He a Bostonian^ “John,” shrieked a woman, “don’t go under that ladder.” But under it John went with a swoop to the pavement. “Mv dear,” he said, coming up with a dollar bill In his hand, "if I hadn’t gone under the ladder that boy would have beaten me to the ~u rrency.” Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher’s Castoria It Isn’t difficult to Induce the other fellow to compromise when he real izes that you have the best of it Many a man doesn’t realize that he married an angel until she begins tp do the harp act. WORLD FAMOUS SCIENTIST PRAISES DOAN’S KIDNEY PILLS. Guido Blenlo, who was awarded a gold medal at the International Ex position, Turin, Italy, in 1909, in com petition with 142 chemical experts from all over the world was cured by f gl Doan’s Kidney Pills and strongly recom fS&j mends them. When visited by our repre sentative at his New York office. Mr. Ble- nio said: “I did not Guido Blenio. realize what a hold coyest f/*n*r jEXPOSITIORiI®! jslj kidney trouble had on me until I ap plied for life insurance. The doctor refused to pass me and advised me to take treatment at once. I had heard of Doan’s Kidney Pills and be gan using them. I improved rapidly and in a short time had no symptom of kidney disease remaining. I again applied for insurance and this time was promptly accepted.” (Signed) GUIDO BLENIO, 545 West 22nd St., New York City. Remember the name —Doan’s. For sale by druggists and general storekeepers everywhere. Price 50c. Foster-Mllburn Cos., Buffalo. N. Y. A Wicked Lie. William was said to be the ugliest, though the most lovable, man In Louisiana. On returning to the plantation, after a short absence, his brother said: “Willie, I met in New Orleans a Mrs. Forrester, who is a great admirer of yours. She said, though, that it wasn’t so much the brilliancy of your mental attainments as your marvelous physical and facial beauty which charmed and delighted her. “Edmund,” cried William earnestly; “that is a wicked lie; but tell it to me again.”—Everybody’s Magazine. As Waists Used to Be. A London paper prints an article from the ladies’ treasury of 1866, in which a prize is offered for the woman with the smallest waist in proportion to her size. A silk dress was the first prize and a gold watch second prize. In the school in which the prize was offered by the principal the pupils were required to sleep in corsets, w r hich could, however, be loosened when retiring. Cautious Supervision, “I’m afraid my work is going to bo complicated,” said the new teacher. “In what way?” “Mrs. Cumrox was looking through the text book on arithmetic and it oc curred to her to suggest that I refrain from teaching her daughter any ex amples In improper fractions.” For COLIW and GRIP Hicks’ Capudink is the best remedy—re lieves the aching and feverishness—cures the Cold and restores normal conditions. It’s liquid—effects immediately. lUc., 25c., and 50c. At drug stores. Not so Much. “Is he a captain of industry?” “No —nothing more than a second lieutenant.” Time and tide wait for no man — but it’s different with an untied woman. Strong Healthy Women |P If a woman is strong and healthy in a womanly way, moth- w) i erhood means to her but little suffering. The trouble lies l>;.• y * in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and >^^3' disease of the distinctly feminine organism and arc unfitted jg! for motherhood. This can be remedied. fit Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription Cures the weaknesses anti disorders of women. It acts directly on the delicate and important organs concerned in motherhood, making them - m|^v healthy, strong, vigorous, virile end clastic. Hlj ‘‘Favorite Prescription” banishes the indispositions of tho f® * period of expectancy and makes huby’s advent easy and almost painless. It quickens and vitalizes the feminine organs, and insures a healthy and robust baby. Ihousands of women havt testified to its marvelous merits. It Makes Weak Women Strong. It Makes Sick Women Well. Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as “just as good,” Accept no secret nostrum in place of this non-secrct remedy. It contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of habit-forming of injurious drugs. Is a pure glyceric extract of healing, native American roots. When Building Church, School or Theater or reseating same, write for Catalog X 9, mentioning class of building. Dealers, writefof agency proposition. Everything in Black-boards and School Supplies. Ask for Catalog S9. AMERICAN SEATING COMPANY, 218 So. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111. W. L. 'v. •2.50, •a.OO, 3.50 i *4.00 SHOES M WOMEN wur WLDouglu stylish, perfect fitting, easy walking boots, because they give long wear, same as W.L- Douglas Men’s shoes. THE STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 30 YEARS Wm Wl The workmanship which ha* madeW. L. f / Douglas shoes famous the world over is i/ maintained in every pair. ■Jf If I could take you into my large fadories I at Brockton, Mass., and show you how 1 carefully W.L.Douglas shoes arc made, you /L would then understand why they are war- JS ranted to hold their shape, fit better and I wear longer than any other make for the price ClirrmN Th# genuine have W. L Donglae V. wnulwll name and price stamped on bottom If 70a cannot obtain W. 1* Douglas shoes in Tour town, write for catalog. Shoes sent direct ONE PAIR of m? 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There fore, when buying, to get its beneficial effects, always note the full name of the Company—California Fig Syrup Cos. — plainly printed on the front of every package of the genuine Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. For sale by all leading druggists. Price 50 cents per bottle. 1 rade Mark A LIQUID REMEDY for CHILDRENS ILLS Makes Teething Easy KRCOMMRNDKU FOR Constipation, Diarrhoea. Convulsions, Colic, Sour Stomach, etc. It dostrovs Worms, allays I'evenshness and Oolda It aids digestion. It makes Teething easy, promotes Cheerfulness anu produces Natural Bieq., B’or sale by ail druggists and dealers2soa bottle. Mn.-.u,'aclur'd fr BABY EASE CO., ATLANTA. GEORGIA Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief—Permanent Cure CARTER’S LITTLE Aj&k* LIVER PILLS never v fail. Purely vegeta- ble act surely P A DTP tot gently improve the complexion, brighten the eyes. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature T“\ f of this paper de- I\€dCl€TS "ring to buy I anything adver- il tised in its columns should instil upon having what they ask for, refusing all substitutes or imitations. TRHATHD. Give quick r*- r Uliurdl Uef l usually remove swel- and short breath in a few days and entire relief In la-45 days, trial treatment 3 FUE L. UU. (JKI.I.SB SONS, Box 1, Atlanta,O*. Al M fit $T Q treated without knife or piaster. bHIIUL II A.J.Miller,M.D..Sl.Loui s .Ma. IS a a Ww A%Bv I Kw iW* rhanro lr good paying (*<▼• cninienl positions. Wo iiiin train you in snort timiK Afckru bjuirm, 1% 4.407 brand Hlnl., Uiitu| W. N. U., Birmingham, No. 35-1911.