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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
oHeat is Quick to Affect the Bowels Vcll-Known Fact That Extreme Heat Conduces to Chronic Constipation. So many people arc in the habit of eating cold food in hot weather that constipation is very common during Fummtr. It is best to vary the food lind have pome hot things, as. for ex ample, foujs and hot fish and meats, Jf that is to be the diet. Ice water Should be drunk sparingly. In spite of all care people will be come constipated, and if you lind yourself in that condition you can get immediate relief by the use of Dr. Caldwell's .Syrup Pepsin. There is no time of the year when you should be more careful of constipation than in the summer, for many of the serious Illness a3 well as the fatalities re sult from - rlouglng up of the bowels. You also need general good health to withstand the heat, and hence Syrup pepsin is best to take because it con tains tonic ingredients that help to build up the entire system. Numerous users throughout the land will verify these facts, amons them 'Mr. fieorge C. Allen, 408 X. Main St.. Reading, Mass., who re covered his health completely after using only two bottles; and Miss .Anna Fchoff, 240 S. Washington St., Baltimore, Md., who uses it for con stipation and now has her mother and 8 friends alo using It. They now avoid drastic remedies like cathartics, tablets, purgatives, salt waters, pills and 6uch things. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin la mild and pleasant, and chil dren like It. You can obtain it of any druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a large bottle. Each "bottle must do what is claimed or your money will be refunded. Families wishing to try a free sam ple bottle can obtain it, postpaid, by addressing Dr. W. H. Caldwell, 4 IS Washington St., Montlcello, 111. LACK OF ADDITIONAL DAY CAUSES TROUBLE SrOKANK. Wash., Aug. 23. As a result of a special trip to Washington by U. S. Dlst. Atty. Oscar Cain, assist ant U. S. Atty. Farley Friday filed In the federal court a mandate issued in May, 1912, by the circuit court of ap peals In San Francisco, ordering the re-sentencing of C. E. Mitchell, a Hpokan?. mining broker, convicted of fraudulent use of the mails. Mitchell was convicted In June, 1911. and sentenced by Judge Frank Kudkln to one year in a federal pris on. The statutes provide that a pris oner may not be Fcntenced for less than a year and one day to a federal prison, and Mitchell seized upon the court's oversight as a ground for a legal battle. PRESIDENT IS SURPRISED 2Mrs. Wilson ami Mls Eleanor Return to Wlilte House. WASHIXGTV7 Aug. ftVllenn rrit V 22. Pres. s !m surprise t riuay P-fternoon. Mrs. Wilson and his daughter. Miss Eleanor, slipped down to Washington from Cornish. N. H.. to ppend a few days with the vaca- tlonless executive. The president hadn't an inkling that they were com ing. He had been all alone in the big white house since early in July. WANTED HOUSES. More horses are wanted for the Humane Society's Annual Work Horso parade Labor Day morning, Sept. 1. Phone Heme 1600 or Bell 2270 for entry cards. No entrance fee. Prizes.. II. A. Pershing, Sec. Advt. MANY PRZES TO BE AWARDED AT FARM SHOW (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.) prize, $10.00 Seth Thomas clock. Third prize, $5.00 silk umbrella. O. P. Noisom. Jeweler Canned Cherries. First prize, lady's solid gold Tiffany ring with birth stone, $5. Second, solid silver souvenir spoon, $1.50. Third prize, fine gold tilled bar pin, $1.25. Fourth prize, lady's gold filled brooch, $1. Cleis fc .Co... Jewelers Product:) Rye. First prize, watch. Second prize, fob. Third prize, cuff buttons. Fourth prize, tie clasp. South Dend Rubber Co., Rubber Goods Poultry, pairs, barred rocks. First prize, rubber coat; second, one pair rubber boots. The People's Credit Clothing Co. Clothing Product: Cabbage (Point ed head and red). First prize, pants, $7.50. Second prize, petticoat. $5.00. Union Shoe store, ' Retail Shoes Product: Fruit cake. First prize, pair ladles' $4.00 shoes. Second prize, pair ladies $3.00 shoes. Third prize, pair ladles' house slippers. Fourth prize, pair ladles' house slippers. Beltner's Sons, Shoes Product: Egg plant. First prize, Beltner's $5 shoes. Second prize, Beltner's $4 shoes. Third prize, Beltner's $3 shoes. Walk-over Shoe Co., Shoes Pro duct: Tomatoes. First prize, one pair women's $3.50 shoes. Second prize, one pair women's $2.50 shoes. Third prize. 1 pair children's $2 shoes. Fourth prize, one pair chil dren's $1.00 shoes. A. & I. Leather Shop, Leather Goods Product: Red Grapes. First prize, traveling bag. Second prize, suit case. Third prize, umbrella. Fourth prize, ladles handbag. Harry Greenblatt, Furrier Pro duct: Blue Plums. First prize, ladies' fur collar. Second prize, ladies' fur muff. Third prize, girl's fur muff. Wilhelm & Sausman, Tailors Pro duct: Bush lima beans. First prize, suit pattern, worth $10. Second prize, suit pattern, worth $6.75. L. F. Gerber, Tailor Product: Poultry, best pair of Rhode Inland reds. First prize, pair trousers to or der, $lu. C. E. Lee, Wall Paper and Paints Product: Buckwheat. First prize, $5 In trade. Second prize, $3 in trade. Third prize. $2 in trade. O. Mennucci Co., Candy Product: Rutabagas. First prize, live pound box of candy. Second prize, three pound box of candy. Third prize, two pound box of candy. New York Candy Kitchen, Candy Product: Popcorn. First prize, 100 pounds of sugar. Second prize, 10 pounds of candy. Third prize, Ave pounds candy. John R. Nobile, Candy Product: Carrots. First prize live pound box of home made candy. Second prize, three pound box of home made candy, third prize, two pound box of home made candy. Citizens' National Bank nnd Trust Co. Product: Wheat. First prize, $7. Second prize, $5. Third prize, $3. Merchants' National Bank Pro duct: Cookies. First prize, savings account book, $5.00. Second prize, savings account book, $3. Third prize, savings account book, $2. Fourth prize, savings account book, $1. Kable's Lunch Rooms Product: Canned Vegetables (largest collec tion). First prize, $5 in gold. Sec ond prize. $3.25 meal ticket. Thud prize. $2 box of cii'nrs on trade. Fourth prize, $1 in trade. Kable's Lunch Room. Michigan st. and Jefferson boulevard Product: Tinted onions. First prize. $5 in prold. Second prize, $::.J5 meal ticket. Third prize, $2 box of cigars on trade. Fourth prize. $1 in trade. Boston Dairy Lunch Room Pro duct: White Rocks (poultry). First price, meal ticket for 21 meals. Jimmie Collard, Meat Market Product: Best barred rock hen. First prize, larse roast of beef. $1.50. Second prize, small roast of beef, $1.00. Ofllce Outfitting Co.. Main and Cen ter sts. Product: Gourds. First prize, fountain pen. Second prize, Ink stand. Third prize, ledger. Typewriter Shop. 119-121 W. Jef ferson boulevard Product: Poultry, buff cochin hen. First prize, fancy Ink bottle and stand. Second prize, fine letter file. Buff cochin, pair: First prize, fancy Ink bottle and stand. Second prize, tine letter file. L. B. Armstrong, Remington Type writers, 127 W. Jefferson st. Pro duct: Poultry, white leghorn hen. First prize, Remington typewriter. Freyermuth Art Store, Pictures and Wall Paper Product: White onions. First prize, $25 oil painting. Second prize, $15 water color. Third prize, $7.50 room wall paper. Fourth prize, $3.75 room wall paper. S. Fox. Clothiers Product: Small cucumbers. First prize, fine dress shirt. Second prize, necktie. Third prize, stick pin. Chard & Tompsett, Hardware Product: Brown and graham bread. First prize, coffee percolator. $3. Second prize, casserole, $2. Brown bread First prize, coffee percolator. Second prize, casserole, $2. American Credit Jewelry Co., Jew elry Product: Black minorcas. First prize, $15 silver tea set. Second prize, $7 silver smoking set. Third prize, $5 umbrella. J. J. Krugberger. Merchant Tailor Product. Pickling beets. First prize, suit pattern, 3 1-2 yards im ported black serge; value $11.25. Pommert & Jay, Barber Shop and Cigar Store Product: Kohlrabis. First prize, Calobash pipe. Second prie, box of cigars. Third prize, shaving ticket. South Bend Tea & Butter Store. Butter and Teas Product: Ruta bagas. First prize. 10 pounds cele brated Town Talk coffee. Second prize, five pounds celebrated Town Talk coffee. Third prize, three pounds of tea. Independent Five nnd Ten Cent Store Product: Most distorted squashes. First prize, $5 In trade. Second prize, $3 in trade. Third prize, $2 in trade. F. W. Wool worth Co., 5 and 10c Store Product: Pies. First prize, $10 in trade. Second prize. $7.50 in trade. Third prize, $5 in trade. Fourth prize, $2.50 in trade. South Bend Floral Co.. Florists Product: White grapes. First prize, Boston fern, jardinier and pedestal. Second prize, palm plant. Third prize, Boston fern. II. I.emontree Product: Spring rye. First prize, $7.50 field glasses. Second prize. $3.50 compass. Third prize, $2 reading glass. L. Goldberg, Ladies' Tailor Pro duct: Spiced pears. First prize, will make skirt free of charge, labor only $5. E. E. Mangold, Photographer Product: Best quilt fancy cotton patchwork. First prize, one dozen cabinets or one larjje portrait, value c v .. The Hamilton & Levey Co., Cloth ing Store Product: Largest tumin. Fir:-t prize, choice of suit or over coat. Second prize, choice of trous ers. John Halo ITat Co. Product: Largest soy Lean plant. First prize, S3. 50 hat. Second prize, $2.50 hat. Third T'rize. $1.50 cap. I L S. Miller Rook Store Product: Yams. First prire, handsome toilet set. Second prize, three volume Fet Late News From the Surrounding Towns NEW CARLISLE. Roy Delotter, aged 21, died at the home of his parents Wednesday after noon after an illness of over a year. Funeral services will be held at the residence Friday at 2 o'clock, Rev. F. C. S ;er officiating. Interment will be made In the New Carlisle ceme tery. Will Rabun of Chicago was a guest Thursday and Friday of his sister, Mrs. P. L. Hoffman. Miss Millie Rillinger went to South Bend. Thursday, to visit her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crumpacker and daughter, Mrs. Lee Phillips of Laporte, and Mrs. E. A. King of Belle vue, O., visited Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Harris, Thursday. Mrs, Will Schwab and children of Wawaka are guests cf the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hooten. Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and family of Five Points and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wcox were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuhl. Miss May Johnson of South Bend has returned home after visiting her trother, Edgar Relnhard. Mr. and Mrs. James Hooten have returned to Chicago after having spent several days with relatives here. Joseph Miller went to Chicago, Thursday, where he has accepted a position with his uncle, Mr. Gold. Mrs. A. C. Hauser and daughter Hazel Belle of Kansas City, who have been guests of relatives here for the past two weeks, left Thursday for Chicago, where they v.-ill spend some time before returning home. .Mrs. C. W. Tyler was in South Bend, Thursday. LYDICK. Robert Lusk of Manchester, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Devenport of South Bend were guests of Mr. Dev enport's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Devenport. Mr. ami Mrs. William Plumbeck &nd son of South Chicago attended the funeral of the infant child of their lister, Mrs. Daniel Milliken of Oak (J rove, Ind.. Sunday. Mrs. E. C. Brennen and daughter, Mrs. Fannie Hoffman of Chicago at tended the funeral of their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Captain Ross, Thu.vday. The Sundav school convention C cited for Aug. 31 at W. O. W. hall has been changed to dit?. Sept. 7th. Union Sundny fhool held their r.nnu;:! picnic at Hudson lake, Wed nesday. Mrs. Charles Myers and Mrs. Charles Smoroske entertained at din ner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peter son. George Peterson, south of Ly dick; Elizabeth Pierce of Lydick and French revolution Carlisle.. Third prize. Bill Nye's history of the United .States. Nicholas Schilling, druggist Pro duct: Raspberries and plums, can ned. First prize, 2A Brownie camera. Second prize, 2 Brownie camera. Third prize, 2A Brownie camera. Fourth prize, 2 Browr.ie camera. Miss Zella Targgart of near LIgonier, Ind. Miss Essie Ritter and William Grou of South Bend were grests cf Mis- Rltter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Ritter. Sunday. Sunday school. 10 a. m. W. o. W. hall. Young People's alliance, 7:30 p. m., in Pierce building. Orvlll Barker of Chicago Mr. nnd Mrs. John T. Barker and daughter Elsie were guests of Charles Mike sell and family. Arthur Stroup and family north of Falrview and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lydick of Walnut Grove were guests of Charles Mikesell and family Sunday. NILES. William Walker was severely in jured during the electrical storm Thursday night. He was standing in a house under the windmill when the windmill was struck and the bolt ran down into the shed striking Walker on the rUht ear and running down his right side. He was severely shocked and burned and it was some time before consciousness was re Stored. Mrs. Laura Wilbur has issued invi tations for the wedding of her daugh ter, Sarah Louise Wilbur, to Ralph D. King on the morning of Sept. 3 at 11 o'clock at her home on S. Fourth st. Both the young people are promi nent in social circles. The funeral of Jesse Ayles will be held Saturday afternoon from tho late residence on S. Fifth st. Mr. Ayles took his own life in a lit of despond ency. Miss Edith Edwards left Friday for a trip to New York city by way of the St. Lawrence river and the Thou sand Islands. R. S. Dougan has come home from St. Louis on account of illness In his family. The tenant house of D. N. Walker was struck by lightning Thursday night and partially destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. G. Headley, the tenants, lost most of their household goods and barely escaped with their lives. Miss Lydia Foote has gone to Se attle, Wash., to take a position as a teacher in the public schools. Niles has received $9,000 as its share of the primary school fund of the state. TEMPERATURE HITS il LOW H OATH LAKEVILLE. Mrs. Lester Rensberger was in South Bend Wednesday. Miss Bernice Wilcoxen is visiting her sister, Mrs. William Frick of near Lakeville. Edward Brothers is transacting business in Kansas. I lev. and Mrs. Ilootman and daugh ter of South Bend visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vanlien, Wednesday. The work on the new parsonage is progressing rapidly. Following Thursday's Rain It Begins to Fall and During Friday a Mark of 61 Was Reached. Following the sweltering" weather of the last two weeks and the heavy rain Thursday night the mercury dropped to a minimum for the month Friday when it fell to CI in the aft ernoon and promised to to still lower before Saturday morning. According to Henry W. Swaim. weather observer for the county, this i3 the lowest for the month and al though it is not unusual for the tem perature to drop to this notch, it Is the tirst signs pointing to fall. During the heavy rains Thursday night 1 ,T 9 of an inch of rain fell or more than the total previous amount for the month. It kept city and railway officials busy all day Friday repairing th damage done by the Mood. Wirra were down and many of the sewers had to be dug open. The big wash out at the corner of Ottawa st. and Vistula av. was repaired by the street railway company. The pavement had been undermined, causing It to nettle down several feet. Much damage is done to gooii. In downtown stores, packed In the base ments, and considerable time wai spent overhauling damaged articles. SOME NEWS NOTES. Quick job printing office. H. A. Pershing, 230 S. Mich st. Aoom 6. Davies' Laundry. Both phones. Leslie, the optician. 301 S. Mich. ft. Dr. Stoeckley, Dentist. 511 J. M. S. Rubber Stamps and Alphabets made by H. A. Pershing. 230 S. Mich. st. Room 6. Walsh & Best, Dentist, Room 6, J. M. S. Bldg. cottacie HIM A terrible electrical and rain storm caused some quite heavy loes In thia vicinity Saturday night. Two cofcs. one owned by George Mylcr and one by James Gamble, and a calf belong ing to Mr. Best were struck by light ning and killed. All wero in the same pasture. The Misses Bessie. Clfra nnd Mary JVditeh of Chicago, III., and Frank Df ditch of Brandywino and Miss Ruby Wilcox of South Bend were guests Tuesday of James Gamblo and family. Mrs. C. A. Hauser and daughter Hazel of Kansas City. Mo., were guests Monday and Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. George Myler. Miss Fanny Home, of South Bend, who has been a guest of Miss Mar jorie Marble, returned to her home Monday. Ralph Redding entertained Harvey Heplej and the Misses Goldlo Cripe and Inez Hepler, Saturday evening. The Gleaners met with companions Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sebaety last Friday night. A good time was enjoyed and ice cream and cako was served by the ladies. The next meeting will be held with Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Myler the firrt Friday in September. Miss Blanche Jackson Is visiting relatives in St. Joe. Mich. CHEWING GUMS, all tho freshest and ben. We have fifteen to twenty kinds. Coonley Drug Store. Advt. 1 J. Id ImP i d IT ifM (Pii kXW t I J 1 fr'IVMl 1. 1 1 if I - Lh tLLi xJZZJ tJZZLi cJa VJ fcf:,tT?i,J k X 3 1 f-1 V 1 51 1 - ! 5J f o 1 - .v --v H The Specialist Who Devotes I Know How to Cure Nervous and Chronic Diseases of Men Science Is on the wir. Treatments used one year ago are back numbers now. To be a TOPXOTCII Specialist requires not only skill and energy, but capital. The pubhc is not sat lslled with a doctor who sticks in the OLD RUT. Neither Is U satisfied with the electric belt faker or the pretending specialist. Nowadays men demand up-to-date treatment, not smooth talk and empty promises. To be a leader now It Is absolutely necessary that you possess an PENSIVE LAIKMlATOrtY where scientific investigations can be continually carried on. This I have, and I am prepared to give my patients the benefit of all the GREAT DISCO V EKIES as soon as they are perfected. Others watch my announcements and at once they claim to do the same things. Men come to ne because they read nay STRAIGHT-FORWARD OFFERS, or becr.use I have CURED some of THEIR FRIENDS. I AM PROUD OF an RECORD. "914M CURES BLOOD POISON s re t mm to nmmc Pissases fa M ?.p ppa r fivm of it QJ and Knlem only 4 i rnrr fl ok" I I en -i C9 o 0 No Pain, Return Home Same Day Giving a patient Nro-Salvarsaii. "OH." Prof. Ehrllch's Nc-vv German Remedy for Blood Pol ton. This Is Lho intravnious mcUiod, directly Into tho blood, tbe only way It should be Extract from letter of Prof. Ehrllch: Judging fnm all the report received by me. It appears that the Intravenous Injec tion Is to be preferred to all other methods of administration, as far as permanency of effect Is concerned. Although I have to admit that this method of administration will prove an obstacle to the Introduction of tho remedy In general practice, on account of certain technical difficulties. I believe that the Interests of the patient demand that only tee most efT.clent form of treatment should bo decided upon. I should feel much obliged to you If you will as heretofore assist me In this di rection, and In thf futur employ as much aa possible the Intravenous mode for the admin istration of the remedy. (SIgrned: P. EHRUCH. Thomas A. EdLjon, tho rrat "electrical tvlxany says: "The German dlicovery for the curt? of Blood Polr is tho xaowt important a chlcvement of the year 1011 and that most of u have thtf disease find do not know tt.M I guarantee a painless and af treatment, giving tho Genuine German Remedy accord ing f.o the great German professor's latest Instructions. MY METHODS appeal to those Trho' Till NIC and who wont the benefit of the HTEST SCTENTTFIO PROGRESS that drives DISEASED GER3IS out of your body, ily advlce'ta FREE and valuable, whether you are treated or not. f you need hlp. make your v:ants known to an HONORABLE SPECIALIST. No marter about money. COME If possible. ETS REST. I -will explain to you my treoifn ent for Varicose Veins. Norvous Debility. Blood Poisons, Kidney Diseases. Bladoer Troubles and other diseases of mankind. : : ' '.v, ' V-.;.; .,. im' sti it'll1 ..iv-'i.V , w mms. I Charge Nothing to Prove Hy Methods Will Cure RLOOD POISON, SKIX DISEASES, URINARY OBSTRUCTIONS, STRICTURE, VAXnOO CELE, HYDROCELE, NERVOUS DECLINE, MALE WEAKNESS, PILES, FISTULA, KID NEY, R LADDER AND PROSTATIC AFFECTTONS, DRAINS AND ALL NERVOUS, CHRONIC AND SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN DUE TO EVIL HABITS, EXCESSES, OR THE RESULT OF THE SPECIFIC DISEASES. Lost Power tho Cause of Mental and Physical Sufferinrr Perfect health is possible only when every function of tho human body is properly per formed. Man Is tho paraxon of animals, the perfection of all created beings, but harw sel dom do we see the true, the perfect man, walking among his fellows a solitary Rem? IIow many who fall to reach the dimensions of their splendid model! And yet the young1 mac. Ue rr.iddle-aged man, the man of mature ae who walks the streets with head hanging1, afraid to meet the eye of his fellow beings, dreading lest they rend hi3 Inmost secret, still follows the paths of Ignorance for while his youth may be wrecked, while his vitality may be- lowered, while his body may be the prey of his mind, yet there is hope, that his llvtaff death may turn and give him years of happiness, lifting him to that plane of manhood which all men should 'tread. I want to help men who are weak in vitality, who &n nervous, drspondent and locking self- confidence; who feel as If old age was -comin-on too soon, tocause of the dulling of their youthful fire and ambition. CURE A SMALL FEE DR. O. F. FLEENER, Expert Doctor for Men. YOU DOM'T PAY IF I DON'T CURE LEARN MY PwlEraOTS Tho FEAR OF FADLURE to obtaiu a cure In your case may liave de terred you from taking treatment, or you may have been one of the unfor tunates who have been treated in vain by. Inexperienced physicians. FREE TREATMENTS, FREE TRLVL SAJLFLES. PATENT 3IEDICLVES, or by fal testimonials you may hav been lured to a combination cf traveling flaen representing themselves as great specialists, but-having no knowledge of medicine. When you com to my of3ce yotx se a regular licensed phy sician. I am In no way connected with any doctor, company or combina tion of men who oopy cny advertisements. My conscience, my profession, my reputation and teachlBg condemn all such quaokers. No books, alma nacs, nor EymptoxablaJLrschenics. No reputabU doctor-'jtUI resort to such methods. To be strong is the aim of every man, and yet how many we find who are wasting the vitality and strength which Nature gave thenY. Inrtead of developing into tho strong, vig orous man that Nature Intended them to be, they find themselves -jtunted and despondent no ambition to do anything. They struggle aimlessly along, sooner or later to becomo vic tims of that drad disease, nervous debility, their finer sensibilities blunted and their nerves shattered. It is hard for a weak man to have noble sentiments; such things ar horn if warm blood, healthy nerve and a rtroruf heart. Every weak man is more or less despondent, lacks the magnetic enthusiasm of youthful energy, and should not hositat to make almost any sacrifice to again be happy, llht-hrarted and full of Joyou lmrnxh-Ts, to be free from brain wandering and dull. Ftupid feeling, to have confidence and Helf-etrrm, and command the admiration of men and women. It Is the law of Nature that all of the powers of the body and brain should be retained unimpaired until the last. Tte vitality Qf youth can be conserved by right living, and it is only because men tgToranUy and reck lessly waste their store, of nerve force that they become ftvble wrecks and find life not worth living. Scores upon scores of men of all ages and In nearly every walk of life have been rescued by Dr. Fleener. With him the treatment of thje diseases ts not an experi ment. If he feels that he can't cure you, he says fo and you part friend?. Tou cannot afford to neglect this condition: neglect haa strewn the eeeds of discord and unhappinesa In hundreds of homes, whleh otherwise would have been the abode of peac and happiness. The greatest gift to man Is a healthy.. Manly System; If your vitality is not what Nature intended, you are th cause, and Inasmuch as it lies within your rach to have this gift restored, what man. who Is truly a man, will not seek the opportunity? Do Yoy Syffer with sour stomach, bloating after eattnf?. heaG ache, backache, dlzzineps, specks before your eyes, hot and cold flashes, lame back, ycanty high-colored urine, 'burning, stinging or drlfiScuIt urination, splotches under kln. Iocs of energy, ambition, vim, vigor, vitality, bashful, timid, nervous weakness, loss of confidence, brooding, blues, lack of ability to concentrate mind, thoughts wander, cold feet. Itching cf skin, vital lo3C, excessive thirst, pain around the heart, at base of brain cr down limbs? Do you have difficulty In fixing your thoughts? Is your memory poor? Do you get wik sud denly? Are- you nervous and Irritable? Are you the man JxysieaHy and mentally that you formerly were? Can you accomplish what your healty friends an I acquaintances can? If not, you are laboring under a great handicap. Come and let me make you strong and well again at a very small cost. WARNING Electrical Treatment, Electric Belts, Suspensory, Ran darcs. Medicines, locally or Internally, will nxrrer euro nay man of Varicocele, IIyrrcele, llles; Rupture, Stri!tixre, FlstuLy aod when a doctor teJlrf you Iks can euro you by such methods, he Is ooly alter your money. lifU 10 n Hours 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenins$, 7 to 8; Sunday, 9 to 12 Only. og ylpyWlJilytt I nl cure Rupture, Rheumatism, Illes I1tul;i, Kidney and Bladder and Prostate I)leu.se, Mood INrfton and all other .Men's lis cas quickly, permanently und without pain or !-ss of tim Ilxam inatlon free Bcin treatment now today. All letters promptly an swc red. Entire Second Floor CKer Peck's Shoe Store. Entrance lOSVi W. Washington Av.