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iHli SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
5s.vrrK!.v. Mucir ir. inn
ifiLD Ai HOT MAN
IS THE REAL GHED1T0R
Extravagance is Responsible
For the High Cost of Living,
Says W.J. H. Boetcher in
High School Address.
"T.v -ry r.vin. tv.vrs tho worM :i life
not the world owe r-vory man a
livincr." declared William J. II.
I'.oetcfcer of Now York in an address
to a (Mid sized audicrue at the hli?h
t -Iiool Friday niqht when he talked
t-n tho putijot. Tho Solution of the.
Uibor and Hi?h Cost of Living Prob
lems". "Xo man should expect to pet more
put of the world than h puts into it.
u'ho workman should expect to earn
what Ik. ;;et.s and the business man
fchould expect t only et out of his
l usinerss project ,v hat he puts into it,
jiot a profit double his investment,"
3ie declared. These and numerous
-ther causes he .v-Jd are responsible
2 or the labor problems and necessa
rily.' the iiih cost of livintr.
"The tnrcs of a mm," he nssert
c , "should pot be based on his finan
cial standing. .Success is happiness.
Jt is not spelled by what men have
)ut what niPri arc." He said there
l.re lour j-ides to every problem. That
lefonn'rs h"il they ran better social,
reonomic. r liuriou:', labor, intellectual
und moral problems by legislation.
"The white .-lave, problem can never
Ve sohed by legislation. The double
standard of morals should be lone
I. way with ana man .should look on
every v.oTi;.n, without exception, as
lie i.'ouh'l hi-t own mother or sister.
Jf no ::ian jjoes wron then no woman
vili. An appeal must be made to the
jnanh' .,d of the lation."
olo 3'rohlrni.s in Homo.
He pointed out that practically
cry problem can be solved in the
Lome. Ho said. "Laws cannot make
jnen clean. They can not compel men
to love their wives and families al
though legislation can compel men to
Use them decently."
He said that the nation should stop
1. nocking the employer. Tho reform
t r. he declared, is largely responsible
fr the strikes and troubles with men
a their employers. Ho asserted
lhat every man will advance accord
jn to his efficiency and that the labor
problem can bo solved more by in
Milling the men to think and work
It r their employer than by urging
liim to strike and compel the em
ployer to pay more than the workman
deserves.
That the hit;h cost of living is large
h due to extravagance and in many
ases unnecessary money spending,
nas the assertion of the speaker. He
t bowed that millions of dollars are
Kpent each year for face powder and
reams and preparations of this kind
.ml declared that the unneeded ex
travagance boosted the cost of living.
Sunday afternoon he wil! talk to
jnen onlv at the high school on the
subject. ""Why People I )o Not CJo to
t'hurch". Friday noon ho talked to a
luncheon at the V. M. C A., at which
the maor. members of the hoard of
t ifety, :hiefs Kerr and Kuespert, City
'ontroller l I. Planning and other
itv olficials attended.
DESCRIBES VOYAGE
TO THE WEST INDIES
)!. A. Peach is Speaker at Meeting of
tho lVrley Civic Club
I. 1 'rid ay.
An interesting story of a voyaRS ito
1he West Indies was told Friday night
i;t tiie regular meeting of the Perlev
f'ivic club by 11. A. Peach. The life
f tho people, a description of the
picturesque islands and the com
mercial value of the country were
told by Mr. Teach. A musical pro
j;rani consisting of a p.ano solo by
Violet Hosier ar-d Several selections
by tho quartet, v." as rendered in addi
tion to a dutnbeli drill by pupils of
the seventh rade. A sale of pop
corn balls and candy was conducted by
the seventh grade pupils, the pro
ceeds to bo put in a, fund to bu.y a
globe for tho class.
WIVES PRESENT AT DUEL
J -horary and Dramatic) Tiiglits Watch
Men Wit It Sword.
PA RTF. "March 14. In the presence
f many literary and dramatic lights
.laques Richepin, a member of the
Trench academy", and Pierre ITon
Iaie. author of a play now being
performed in this city, fought a sword
duel Friday in which the. latter re
ceived a gash in the sword arm.
F.oth duellists -vere accompanied to
the set no of the encounter by their
wives. The duel originated from
words Fpoken by Prondaie to Mme.
Rlrhepin.
The woman took umbrage told her
husband and the challenge followed.
PRISONER CUTS ANOTHER
!
,ouis IS tu per Ya Itrccntly Convicted
of .Mir tier. !
Tnnili: HAUTH. Ir.d.. March H.
J. uis tuptr, an Austrian minor,
jihout to 1m taken to prison on a lif'
term for munier. attacked William
Jacobs, another minor on trial for
murdrr. almost d;"mlowel-d him
and cut his throat. Tho man will die.
Stupor thon usod tho razor trying to
'mniit suicide in which he will prob
ibb be successful.
FATHER CAVANAUGH
TO TALK AT KALAMAZOO
Tin I'ly In Ointment" WHi bo His
Topic on Next Sunday
"Th I'ly in tho Ointment" is the
MilJo t f :i lecture to b delivered
Sunday niirht at Kalamazoo. Iich..
l.y the Rev. John Cava nan rh. irt-si-I-Mt
of Notre Dame university.
1 V.ther
ivar.Mush uill treat of the
t ! ! t i f
ocialisni. His is tho third
f a s- ries of 1 ctures hy prominent
('atholies the ju-oph'. Catholic and
?v!i-Cathol:. f Kalamazoo. Kiht
:ho:i.nd i'opl, rrowded the Kala
ji.azoo army, on the niirht of Man-h
to iv.vtr r.ilioi Miililcnn of Koek-f--rd.
111., steak" n divorce. Dr.
James J. Wal-h of New York and
other jtromim-nt Catholic- will also
:-fal; in I'onnertion with the lr-
l.'-eturo c'Lii" direted lv l'rank A.
('Hrien of- Kal.ur.azo. J-'ather C.r.a
r.auh . ill d I:s ' r the St. Tatri- h's
day adJrts, Tuesday, at i'crj. Ind.
r
Uneeda Biscuit
Nourishment fine fla
vor purity crispncs3
wholcsomencss. All
for 5 cents, in the
moisture-proof package.
Baresei SiscziIS
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
appropriate foriunch
eon, tea and dinner,
io cents.
Graham Crackers
A food for every day.
Crisp, tasty and
strengthening. Fresh
baked and fresh de
livered, xo cents.
5u biscuit baked by
NATIONAL
BISCUIT
COMPANY
Always look for thai name
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DEMOCRATS WILL TXIXT
ni:iii:r.ATi:s to Disriticrr
3ii:irriNc; this i:vi:nixg
Democrats of i?outh Bend and St.
Joseph county will caucus this
oveninK", for the purpose of
electing delegates to the congres
sional convention to bo held Mon
day afternoon at 1:."0 o'clock, at
the Elks' temple, for the 'purpose
of nominating a candidate for con
press. The caucuses will he held
at the same place, and under the
same chairmanships, with the same
number of delegates to be chosen,
ns were the recent caucuses for the
election of delegates to the state
convention. The caucuses .will be
called at 7:30 o'clock.
MANY BUYERS VISIT
CHICAGO MARKETS
Anticipation of IIator Trade is I! rins
ing Orders Tor Xo cities,
S;y Iteports.
CHICAGO, .March It. Marshall
Field and company, in their weekly
review of tho dry roods' trade say:
"Weather conditions have been fa
vorable to the dry goods business and
more buyers have visited the market
than for several weeks. Anticipation
of I'aster trade is brininc: a large vol
ume of business on items that now
stand out as the season's loading nov
elties." In it.; weekly review of the
goods trade the John V. Far we II
pany says:
"lleport of buyers visiting this
dry
com-
mar-
ket during the first twelve days in
March shows a very large increase
ver similar period in February. Evi
dence of bettering general trade condi
tion and the low state of retail
stocks of wool dress goods in country
i that during February this year sale;
in word dress goods show a gain of
over :'o per cent and first week in
March :i gain of over 50 per cent over
corresponding periods a year ago. The
same results are shown in the demand
for silks.
"Ketail buyers are specially keen
this season for novelties to feature
during their pro-inventory sales, caus
ing a greatly increased demand for
novelty dress goods, women's neck
wear and dress accessories."
WOMAN WANTS DIVORCE
Marriott Lift of Mrs. Jessie Hlilcr Was
Hricf.
Mrs. Jessie lliler has started srtit
for divorce against her husband. Kd
ward llliler. and in her petition also
asks the court to jrrant an injunction
rrohibitini? her husband, from whom
she has separated. from bothering
her.
Tho lllilers' married life was brief.
The petition for a divorce relates that
the couple were married in St. Joseph.
Mich., durinsr February. 1 y 1 C. and
separate the following" September.
Mrs. lililer allege? that her husband
i a habitual drunkard and is nearly
always intoxicated.
THANKS Mr.N.
WASHINGTON. Mar. 14. The sen-
ate Friday passed u resolution pivin
th- thanks of congress to the men
and of!u -rs of tb t-amship Kroon
lainl, v.ho saved Si' lives when the
steamer Vohurno burned at sea. The
resolution has passed the house.
ALBANIAN RULERS WEAR
. REAL CROWNS NOW
V
V .
King and Que?n o"f
ana.
DURRAZZO, Albania, March 12.
Royal welcome awaited King William
and Queen Sophie when they arrived
here to ascend the throne of Albania,
the country that was created by the
recent IJalkan wars. The Albanian
court is to be established at Durrazzo.
OLDEST TWINS
HAVE BIRTHDAY
Marvin and Myron Campbell Cele
brate Jointly Attend Family
Dinner.
Marvin Campbell, president of the
Campbell Folding Papes Box Co., and
Myron Campbell, cashier of the i?outh
Bend National bank, the most prom
inent and probably the oldest twins in
the city celebrated their Coth birth
day anniversary Friday. The occasion
was marked by a family dinner given
by Airs. "Walter Hager, daughter of
Mr. and Airs. Marvin Campbell, at her
home, 116 S. Taylor st.
The Alessrs. Campbell have passed
most of their lives in South Bend, but
they were born in Valparaiso, Alarch
13, 184 9, sons of Air. and Airs. Samuel
A. Campbell. They both recehed their
early education in the public schools
in that vicinity, later entering the Val
paraiso university.
Alarvin Campbell came to South
Bend in 1S70 and his brother in 1S71
The former at different times has been
Interested in the hardware business,
the Mishawaka "Woolen Mills, and
from 1S89 to 1S99 was in the employ
of the .Studebaker Alfg. Co. ince
1SS9 lie has been engaged in his pres
ent business. His children are Airs.
Walter llager. John B. Campbell and
Rudolph Campbell.
Myron Campbell was for a few
years in the grocery business after
which he entered the South Bend Na
tional bank of which he was made
cashier in His children are
IJeut. Edward II. Campbell, Aliss Ada
Campbell, who came down from Ea
porte last evening for the dinner. Aliss
Vera Campbell and Robert S. Camp
bell. Covers wore placed for L'O at the
dinner, the guests beside th children
being Air. and Mrs. Henry I. Davis,
Air. and Airs. Albert Eistenberger and
Air. and Mrs. Albert Myers.
HAD LIVED A DUAL LIFE
PHOENIX, Ariz., March 11. After
living a dual life hero for throe weeks
a woman known as "Mme. Arriola,
wife of a prominent San Francisco
musician", committed suicide Friday
after her real identity was discovered, j
Tho victim, in a dying statement, t
said that she was Lillian May P.isehol !
of Pittsburgh. Pa., and that she had ;
formerly been employed as a cook in
the Arriola family in San Francisco. i
IF MEALS I BACK
"Pape's Diapepsin" Ends
Stomach Misery, Indiges
tion in Five Minutes.
If what you just ate is sourinjr on
your stomach or lies like a lump of
lead, refusing to digest, or you belch
pas and eructate sour, undigested
food, or have a feeling of dizziness,
heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste
in mouth and stomach headache, you
can pet blessed relief in live minutes.
Ask your pharmacist to show you
the formula, plainly printed on these
50-cent cases of Pape's Diapepsin.
then you will understand why dys
peptic troubles of all kinds must
and why they relievo sour, out-of-order
stomachs or indigestion in fin
minutes. 'Tape's Diapepsin" is harm
less; tastes like candy, thouph each
dose will digest and prepare for as
similation into the blood all the food
you eat; besides, it makes you po to
the table with a healthy appetite; but.
what will please you most, is that you
w'i: feel that your stomach and intes
tines are clean and fresh, and you will
not need to resort to laxatives or liver
pills for biliousness or constipation.
This city will have many "Tape's
Diapepsin" cranks, as some people
will call them, but you will be en
thusiastic about this spb ndid stomach
preparation, too, if you ever take it
for indigestion, pases, heartburn, sore
ness, ilyspepsin, or any stomach mis
ery. (let some now, this minute, and rid
yourself of stomach trouble and indi
gestion in live minutes. Advt.
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i 0 SOURS
Since taking Peruna my
bowels have become per
fectly regular. I was hardly
aware that I was taking a
laxative at all. I commenced
taking the Perur.a for its
tonic qualities. It seemed to
me I was in need of a tonic.
Peruna acted as a splendid
tonic in my case, and to my
surprise it also regulated my
bowels. I am in splendid
condition. I am three or
four times as capable for
business today as I was a
month ago. I am sure that
the whole credit is due to
Peruna.
Tho.f ttIio object to I.Iqubl
Medicine itIII fln: IVruuu Tab
let n flrftlrahle remedy for
CATAUItllAli CONDITIONS.
NEW STILES ARE
NOW ON DISPLAY
Xcwmaif and Charles I. Sax Co.
Hae Opening? Milady is
Kept Busy.
Spring openings are Keeping milady
busy this week and one is more at
tractive than the other. Newman's
and tho Charles B. Sax Co. have joined
the march of the season and their
windows display some fetching1 mod
els. The Newman windows have been
retinished for the spring display, the
sides and back being lined with mir
rors, barred off into narrow panels to
give tho effect of French windows,
making an effective background for
the light silks and gay flowers of the
season.
One of the most attractive models
which appears in these windows is
an afternoon gown oi blue charmeuse.
It is very simply made, its striking
grace being effected by the soft drape
of bodice and tunic. It is brightened
by a scarlet poppy at the waist. A
(piaint little hat of Tuscan braid has
attracted many admiring glances.
The crown is very low and the brim
is folded down on both sides giving
the effect of the old-fashioned "scoop"
bonnet.
An arched wall broken by artistic
swinging gate forms the background
of the Sax window. The millinery
department of this store, which is al
ways attractive, has a display of a
number of chic models In the south
window. One particularly good one
is a close fitting, high shape In the
natural straw color. Tho turned up
brim is edged with an upstanding
plaiting of bright green velvet and
two green plumes stand up from the
rear. A number of the nobby short
spring coats as well as suits are also
a part of the Sax display.
FARM FOR SALE
I will offer f.r sale on MONDAY,
MAKCIl 23. l14. AT 1:30 1 M., the fol
lowing described land situated in the
Towiiship f Hortraud. lierrieu County
and State of Ml hiiran. to-ivit: The west
half of seetiou Twenty-two town
Bight S) south, rautre eighteen lis) west,
and containing Two hundred TJOOi a ores
of land more or less. This farm is situ
ated ten tiM miles northwest of South
Pond, Ind.. and live and one-half miles
southwest of Puohanan. Mich. There is a
good Uo- story twelve-room house on the
fiiriu; also thrc barns and other outbuild
ings. There is an aople or hard on the
farm, and ether small tree fruits. There
are about acres of timber, or 0 acres
of march pasture. The balance is plow
land. Soli Is suitable for ail grain crops.
Will give immediate possessing. Thi-
farm wil be sold on the premises above
described and to the highest bidder.
Terms made known on day of sale or sumo
can be secured from administrator at any
time. The sale will be mole subject to the
approval of the .hidire of Probate of Iier
rien County. A cash deposit of Two hun
dred and fifty dollars will be required of
the purchaser ns evidence of good faith.
F. W. IloU'i:. Administrator.
P.uehanan. Mich.. Pox k.
FA3IIIiY WASHING DONE AT
SWANK'S LAUNDRY
22S X. Michigan St.
Phone. Wc Call Anywhere.
I SIMON
erne
The only preparation which removes absolutely
Chapping, Roughness and Redness,
and protects the hands and faco against the winter winds.
SIMON'S p2X?r
COPVfti&KT
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Mr. Real Estate Purchaser:
If you knew how many bad titles there were in St. Joseph County
you would require a complete abstract to be made and passed upon
by a careful lawyer before yoti bought. That is exactly wht.t we do
when we puarantee a title. v
Indiana Title & Loan Company
Title Huildin-, Corner Main and Center Street.
lYaticis M. Jacloon, President. Zar Hapev. Soorctarr.
Hell Phone l:o2. ' Home Phone r:is
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EYES EXAMINED FREE
GUhm Fitted at Moderate Price
6tUfctloa Guaranteed
LST. ISC3
1 BURKE & CafV-K OPTICIANS!
DR. J. BURKE & CO.
Dptmetrr ste and MAnnfatar!ng OptlcltDa,
239 S. Michlpan St.
Sandav 9 to 10 hj Appointment. ,
, NOTICE We duplicate any lente th
Mme day. No matter who fitted thera
hrto- thm piece.
F
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Upholstered
, Refinished x
Repaired and
Crated.
SOUTH BEND
UPHOLSTERING
CO.
Bell 95; Home 5211.
PA TENTS
.And Trade Alarks Obtained in all
Countries. Advice Free. iEO. J.
OLTSCH, Registered Pat. Atty., 711-
It
712 Studebaker Bldg.. So. Bend. Ind.
43 Years Old
on Savings Ia tkfl
7U Deposit f4M70
South Bend National Bank
CAPITA Ij r. $100,000
SUItPLUS rcAitxro 110,000
DIRECTORS
Lucius Hubbard Haven Hubbard
Myron Campbell Marvin Campbell
Itobt. 8. Campbell Fred H. Badel
Arthur L. Hubbard.
Prompt, courteous treatment to all,
from all, always.
nn Pawner 1
m
43 Years Old
Gas for Lighting
and Cooking
GAS COMPANY
Route
of the
Lakes
TIJIIE TABLE
(Lliectlve September ii,l3.)
gosiika DiviMor;.
uuily Trains Leave.
f:l." n m ll:0o a m 5:0" p
:00 a in l':00noon tj;() n
n.
m
7:00 a m 1:00 p m ts:00 p m
8:o a m 1' :00 p ni j :oo p m
J:00 a m 3:uo p in ):00 p in
30:00 am 4 :00 d Ja Ml :00 p ni
MICHIGAN CITV DIVISION.
5:1.1 a. in. i:00 a. m. ;5:(K) p. m.
t:00 o. in. 11 :00 a. m. 4:' p. m
7:o0 a. in. 1:00 p. m. f. .x) p. m.
j:uo p. m.
ST. JOSEril DIVISION.
3:S0 a. m., :00 a. m., 10:00 a. m. 12 00
noon, 2:0J p. m., 4:00 p. m.. :0u p. m. and
S:00 p. m. to Niles, Mica., only.
7:00 a. m., 0:00 a. m., 11:00 a. m . :00
r m.. 3:00 p. in., 5:C0 p. in., 7:00 p. in..
l:00 p. m. and 11:00 p. in. to St. Jvsepa.
IJaily except Sunday.
F. I. IIATtDT.
Sunt. Tr:in'portr?!'.i.
L. H. ORVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Lady Assistant.
120 Vejt CoUax Av.
ITome S297. Hell 207.
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PARIS
Kaurice LEVY, sole U. S.. Apsnt,
15-17, West 38th B, NEW-YCRK
THERE'S A RIGHT WAY
and a wroner way of doing every
thing", especially plumbincr." Dolnz it
ripht means doing it honest, with
honest workmanship and honest ma
terials and fixtures. Thin la the way
we do It for our own patrons. When
you have plumbing to be done call on
i
us and have it done risht.
THOMAS WILLIAMS
1S3 i:. Jefferson Itlvd.
Home Phone 5991. Bell Phone GC5
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Seasonable Fees
Interest You.
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EXAMINATIONS ARE FREE and ADVICE C II EE RTF EI A GIVEN.
Our metlnJs of eurlntr Illood I)Ieoe, Nerrou Decline, rrlnary Obstruction.
Varicose Veiui, I'lle. Kidney, madder and all Iloo recnllar to ?Ien, are UT
equulled and reeoruniended by tiie many we hare ciireil of tbee dlnps.
A SAFE CURE FOR EVERY HAN
WE WILL Give the POOREST Man a Chance,
as Well as the RICH, to Receive a Cure From
Us at a SMALL COST. There is No Man Too
FOOR to Get Our Best Advice Free. We Will
Give $500.00 for Any Curable Case of DIS
, EASES PECULIAR TO MEN That We Cannot
Cure. This is Plain Talk and We Mean It. Dr.
Fleener.
ARE YOU A WRECK OF A HAN?
PE1BILITATEP MEN
Are you ne of the countless thousands of raon who Lav lren unf.rtunM
in making a wrvii? iommpn.vnn'nt find failure In life? In your debilitated
fcyatem crying out lor help? IndiTetion art caime of more orrow e.iid suffer
ing' thuu nil other dltriSf-s combined. We see the viotltuw on very hand the
sallow, pliupkxl face, dnrk-olreled eye, stoojUaj: form, bashful, "melancholic
countenance and timid Urinp pro'alm to all thf world his debility nnd lead
to bllylit his exifteiu-e. Uur xpeoml trefltnieut for cffll.-teil Men acts by over
coming anI removing the ill ertv-cts of indiscretions and exc-sses: it rrenptb
eii8 the debilitated iirts, allajs nervousness, removes all refl?x eonipli'-atlonr.
ot dise-aRos and (juiekli- restores the patient t what Nture Intended a healthy
and happy man, witb Physical :tnd Mental I'owt-rs complete. You are then r
manly man. Tlie treatment we employ contains i.o Injurious drills and leaves r.o
bad after-efltM.'ts ; it builds up jrrvdually and permanently strengthens.
rrof. Khrlich's
i'iiit. t;i i;t
in!!.uuTiKttior. t th mucous membrane In t!ie pv.uth
and thi:it, eruptions on any part of tJio body. a"hinp of tte bones, spots and
all liMeolratijns of the skin whiHi signify decay atid preru.ilure o.-.-jth. let
u give you thi-s now r.V.MlU'S L"III. liult s are jn irvIous. All svn2pt--.UiS
vanish immediately, as if by m.ifrU, never to return. We u the ori'ilne ':ot'"
(Improved WI), Imiiorted from Tntf. ir.'irluh's laboratories. We ,ir" ibe ..n 1 t
specialists advertising ''J14" in South H.'nd, who ues the Pennine 3H, imported
Horn (iermany, and employing the Intra Yemms method th painless, hut hr
ized method for giving this f.inwnn remedy. Tew. If any. f the .-n-;.'- are
Iiopeless what Is needed is the rict treatment. We Iiave seen arid enred !n:u
tlieds of tLcse cases. What we have done for others we surely can d- f'-r y..i
Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases
The functions, of tl:o orpins ;irf t!.. npt Inip"Tt.nnt of tho i. ijy. nnd the
derangenwet or obstruction of them I fni;;!'.t with th. mo: di n oi '-n-seiuenes.
It is of the hiv'h"t Importance tl at er thr i hm i: to
suspeet that the kidneys. M-ohler m prostate iin- out f orler. n d1njrns; .f
a searcbi.g and s- ientitb" eh;tra-t-r should bf uia.;. To often tlive exaudrn-
tions are superb' ial. lutv nnd mad
The (-on4Miiiu. e is that the patient is
to realize when tin. late that he i in the clutches of a '
Vou hae .niv of the svmMorns of disease f t!ie ki.l .e', s. )
such,us urinary 1; riii-Mi.iis, draltis. t' lln In t n:i k. i J rrj i i ! t r T re. t ; t; f
nrina'tioTi. sinarttny. burninir or stralninc-. dull a-hbig -r throl.idri wtviI.'.mi
in the hh:d!er, headacltes, dizziness, f.le'piessne?.N. tired feeling. i.'.d hands .nnd
feet, puflincs i.f the fvi'" jitid f.e-e. sw-'iie jinkbs, dlftl'-ult I'reathing. pa'pifi
ti'Ti of the heart. ''iun t fore it is lite.
'ur stu lv :iv, eier.sive pra. tbe in t!, trstrrerit of nil form of Ki lruy.
r.'oi.ler and all I'rinarv Troubl-s have
fave attained skill wli'h in-nrts siwesful treat'i.ent in n!l -ri-eK tvf s i.I fly
iu.iirable. We determine the eoi:ditiou by a s-ientiri- riM.ilys'.s f ur!,e. nnl 1h
severe g Tiilo-uriH:iry trojble! we have ur-d by oir steniatle eour,e r trnot.
in. -nr. after b ii.k" u!,su'efnlly tr:;U-d Sy otLer oKviii li?t jt, j:ivcv ni such
eoiiadetiee in our method to :is-ure y.iti u (Uiv.
You Can
It Is pithtble to tfiink of the xsst nurnlirr of nen who fo from day to day
Mi tie ring mental nid phjsiral torture as a rtsult of ioiiie peta1 dUfa. ivhiie
right at thir doer othr men iirc bring1 nred of the ame dlrAe. )n whu
not known it liitndr f-annot realUe the feelings of a. ninn In the ad need
statje of nervous debility, nor does bo ber it. for tbee men do not talk T
tl.eir tro'ibl1. And -t e liae tiundreds upon linndrrds of gratf-fiil patients
.b are willing t teM'ify t tlieir cure. We cure other and we tn rure yoo.
if ou bate not reached an incurable stage.
if You Take Any Treatment Why Not Get the Best to Be
Had Anywhere? The Best Will Cost You No More.
WE ADVERTISE WHAT WE DO, AND DO WHAT WE
ADVERTISE.
don't m;t iom;y mattf.ks kiip vor away.
STKCIAL .NOlK'h Our foicccssful practice allows us to gite our iertlre
at a very low figure. llrnee pla ine our new .Ttcfii within th rr h of the
I'OOK as well tlie Kit 11. Here is it great opportunity to get a " I A It.
Tlilll ( TKi:" at u ery ,,SIAI.L COST" by an K Xpert nl rstablislietl peclallt.
llioeascd and IUeouragel men. route and talk your trouble oer with us. We
jii and will cure ou. Ir. I leener.
NO INCURABLE CASES ACCEPTED
ess
It Vill Not Cost You One Cent If We Do Not
Cure You. NO -CURE NO PAY.
tl.'KK Ol'i NO I'AV We are the onlv perlallts In south Head who make
no charge unle the patient is entirely atisflr with the re-ults arromplUhed
and who gie a written guarantee of not a tent to bo paid for erTices if a com
plete and permanent cure i not effected.
Cl AKANThr.I) C Many patient have told us after we cured them,
that they beltatil at lirt to come on account of nfirr having received relief
rlsewhere. and thev bad almost become o skeptical as to think there wa
no cure for thorn. We want an opportunity to treat JuM such iun. and it utake
p difference about the tlnancial part, as we nerr accept pay for our service
until we accomplish a cure, if there Is anr doubt about the cae bein curable
by our methods, provides! we are oatUtled the patient is lnrere and reliable.
EXAMINATIONS AND CONSULTATION FREE
ixttrrcTTr1 UTr "i" aMlitv. distinctive metbrwU and reasmb charge
llN VLJ 1 iVjJ 1 t u-fore pblnp yc-ur cae eNwLre. CONsl LTATION
AM THOKOl'CJH KXAMI.NATION MIKK TO ALL WHO MAY 1'AI.L
Issnsr Co., Specialists
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1093 Y. WASHINGTON AV OVEK
OrilTK IIOITI-S 9 a. in. to 12 m.;
to
Ceres
and.
Will
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Blood Diseases and
Debilitated Men
Tliere Is rot a man in pxiter.e vro
!.s sufferirip from a Spiflc 151d IMs-
e,is or sreneml run-down. t!MllttM
eontJition. if tfc dochr 1 from Uti
i.atural cftiiiifts. and h.i r.'t 1,v!'p4
to an Insurable s'&p?, tb-at rutinot
rehulM nud trvnsthpn to h'.n entlr
satisfaction, and after w bar ruri
n r-a5t of thin kind thpre will nxr
nrln bo n gn of x.h IM
eept bronpht on hr inipruJen".
aoknow 1.1 g-o no superie-r la th irorld
iu th eurv of Spe"lflc HJcki.1 l1$av
a n. I DoMlltr rf Men." lr. I'lmr.
NO l'AY't .M.nss CI KF.D U av
the only Sj"rialUt in Soyth Id whft
nnlir no rhrg unlwi th patient l
entirely fatUflrl vrlth the reolt r
rnmphfthed and who clren a written
icnarantee of not a rent to be paid for
service if a complete and permanent
cure ! not effected.
For Blood Disease
Improved SAI.VAILSAN r
the
r..r i;imi imm-,am:s. ir voa nav
with !'i hIi'miikIp t-ti;:ir m.-th -N
n p. I
freijuentlv lulled Into a f
f -..ife'.r.
difeje. If
up irista i
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fa mi' i-i ri '..-.! ns t
th' eve:, r thit
de Strong
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1'Kt'K S SHOT STO HI'.. SOI TH IlKNP. IM1.
I to 3 p. in.; 7 to R p. m.; Sunday, 9 a. m.
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