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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
ui:ni:sn v, mav n. i f 1 1 (n t) .notk k or i:m:thn. I i Matter ut the- Lincoln Highway.) 1 All W'l..m It M:iv t'm.Mrii: .Nuti.i- i Ikti'Sv ien tliiT .hi rleti.n will Ik- L'-i-i n tl'.e JMli a iy f Miv. I'.'ll. id V-irrti I'.. w i. U i p. ';ire l" i.- 1 i e-r- 1 li llMlli. in inn; I :j ii 1 1 :i : i i I t.ie iu. titer ' ! rli-il rep.rt. Mid -JSlU l tie Viewer ;llMl l.Uiri- t f,rt h a ml "-- ---- p'llls llnjrineer before bin;r pl.o-eij in said im provement. Conrrrtirif . Ait'T tli SiiN-trr.nlf !-n the ;it Nf e ti"ii of tfie llmrlneer PTjntenleiit. If sh.tlf !. rolled I;llll rllT of ln.f less thin ..lid. k'ivln- u-iulit until iiip.i t and am I,. r. i::'i fi -i .',v of U'li. t e uil." le .! rj-l at t ht lu car h of ;ill Tou i, ' I u I'ort.tc Tow n L iiend. as foijuw : 1 jr-t VA ril I - Z';2 V Ml'-nU Tnr::er Hull. 13 Mm .IicM-KU veiiix', Iiar- Iir?at:e Avenue, Miller's Irf'inei 're iart tor Mi"i. I'nviM l 4 - H Cabinet hnp. i'reetnet . Kol .Ml-M.in Avenue, IOtlkk'a IHarfcMnlth Shop. toijJ Wttrd. 1 Laur-i S-Ii'.ol lu'in';it. U Jl'l 5. Walnut Street, Hi d?ie f .no! Su w i t ii a t'-'J-ton Is thoroughly Mil HVI'tl III. I uniform surfnie; .my depression durlnjc rolllM or from any other v. tine are t 1m rtli.'.J wit! nr.,wr tikiteri:.!. :iml tie- to lf brought t t!io iimiht i r ,i, -a follows: , J-r.iu- vuivai-ire as ib-termlm-d by the l.u Citv of South i 'r. U'Ik-m-vit .in y portion of the ! irr.oie of the mail. n.,t lesS than five Imn- ureu leu in In ict li shall Live been J'M-U IO Ulf S.I Nf lrt .ill :ir,il I.tlKllieer Jjo Will Ullf ;l W-rltT.'ll tn nla'' ('li-iiri.tu uiHiM iw!i ti.ir. satiu as la !il Jmlau-nt h umli-r i:o lr !inist;in fs hall ral ..iiMir pI-ik-m' r..Hlu;1y in .xtr-, S-lt'j- or tn I'4,rmk flon of v'-'s fit. a 'rifii n the lut a n v '"MiTi-lf l.i- rilaci'il on Without stii-h wrlff.-ii r...rmlt surfan- of th -oi).-Ttf siiall rnr : .f thrc l'r!nt I ',-: net l'r-ilut I'm 1 net .- Lliiiln Srhool t.i -Mn-nt. 4 K'ah'y lnol la'noat. Third Ward. 1 War Livery l.arn, f I)ivislou W. Jef-Strort IUvd., North I'rc ir rt p on IUvd. l'rtlnt J V.t Uist olter Irug Store. l'ri iiK-t I) Mni 1'rnlri' Avcnuo. J'uurtlt Ward. rninct 1 irvMj i;at JcfT'rin Jllnklo ;ura rrf in-t 'J-'.OH i:a.t .MiLr Strt. 1'riH in. t 3 T. W. Sli.-k I'.arn. lo:; Miorr I)rlve. l'roinn 4 JL"J M!.hawaka ATenuo. Howie Grcu-ery. liftti Ward. rnlthct 1 iTJ'i-S N. I.afj j'tti Strot, Gi rap-. rr-inrt 2 d-2 South Mifhlzun Stm-t, l-utz r.r-jH. l'rlnct 'J 710 I.ist I'.ronsn Street. Sixth Ward. I'rr Inct 1 iU". Suuth t.'hapin Street, Joe Wruii;3kl'j ffiv, l'i-inct 2-Wi South -Chapin Strict, .M'Mlrn rharrnacy. l'n inrt Z l',Ui Dunham Strict, Hartor Sh!. rrInrt 4 rJ West Ihlioii Street, I'o Crcaui ure. Srntli Ward rroi-lnrl 1 l'JT lAit Ki:iy Street. I,re,int 21.".-'; Soiitli .Michigan Strfet. Spoiin Drur Store. I'ri-'liict U-'l South Lrer Street, Sho4 Shop. l're lirt 4-Smth Mi hUan Stret, i Cfiim Store. rn-lict ."Vl .;; I'rairie Avenue, INan I'.ios. Uflicc. Ornun Townliii. Mount ri'-asaut Srhin! House. Warren Tounsliip. Dunn Srhool Hous. Dist. No. 2. Olive Town-hip. Town Hill. Ni-w Carlisle. Tor th' pui'itoM of taking the vote of the lo'al vt.turs of .--a ill Townships whether tin- puhlir MKhway nann-d in th ietitlon ami report horcMii shall 1 radel, drain I and pawd as prayed for In said peti tion and as found in said rport. Not ire is further ivn that the said Petition, viewers' and MisiiieviV roport, all plats nn (I profiles, and all rei-ords and matters pertaining to said improvement may ! found at the ofti.e of the Auditor of St. Joseph (NMinty, Indiana, where the sam are on tile for inspei tion. The said viewers' and engineers report -f said iniproveuient Is in the following WOI UH .HOI II 11 TVS. TO vikwkiw and i:n;ini:i:i:s STATi: OF INDIANA, l ST. .inSi:i'H rolJNTY. s. "In the Matter of the Ian. olu V-t. "To the Honor.nhle Hoard of i' th of St. Joseph bounty. Indiana: "(Jentleuiou : The undersigned Viewers and Kncine.r appointed by you to view the Lincoln Highway West, represent that we met at tht time and p!ae designated l.v von. and dnlv nualitied to perform the duties required of us. by eaeh takinjr the oath pnirihed by law. and the KnlnrJ further by fi li n sr the proper bond to the ( a-eptaiHP of the Auditor of said County: that we then proceeded without delay to view and make all needful surveys of the ( road mentioned in said petition and there-) upon we- determine as follows: "1st. That the s-aid proposed Improve-, 1 1 lent, does not Involve the laying and es tablishing of any n-v highway. "-ml. That it will be a publb utility j to grade, drain and concrete the Highway i named in ;ibl petition and hereinafter1 more specifically ih scribed as in said pe tition praved. "."rd. That the width of -aid highway to le improved is one hundred feet, of is of nnv portion The finished have :i i-rown e lricJis. the form .f -.ii!.l Dm Kngim-er will dei-r:.it-. The fiuUhed Kur i o of tlj.. .ntlre f rown of the road !ed fhal! have a crow a of nine Inches, the roadbed after beia- rolled as dir'tel by th I-;utrl:je-r and Sui.erlnteiolent, and the sani is i.mp.it and formed to the line of the sub-grade, there shall be spread 'M'Oii it a lay.r of c.ri- rct H?htu fe:-t wi.jH nine i:...aes deej, h, tm. ,.uU.r .TMj MX IncheH on each side at the outer ed"e After tlo i-on.-rete- beromes thorouirhlv "'i"'1"! in earin lor six fe'f on Hide of the concrete shall be rolled brought up tlush with the -,ricrete the proper fall for draina"e otU to Ciivrn II 1 he contractor each and with In w titii g for the shall 'onl r act or. give notice In w ruing to all persons in charge of high ways, railroads, and all other property that m.iy be afTected by the eoti true tor's operatius .-it least furtv-elght hours be fore breaking ground. Tie -ontractor shall a iso- notify the i:niner at least twenty four hours before beginning the work, and before con tin uliuc the work ufter a stis ponsion of the tsame. The eontractor shall also notify the IJngineer In writing at least twenty-four hours before laying any concrete, also when said contractor shall require the vices of the Engineer for laying out any portion of the work Date for t'onimencemmt and of Work. "The contrai-tor shall commme the work within twenty days after the con tra, t is .signed and shall complete the work on or before eight months after the ontruct is signed. The work shall W oiti1too . I . . . . . - . i-iuiui-in ni at mj-u poiius as me engineer may uignate. J he contractor shall have Completion .hall give him authority removal thereof. Labor. Tool., l;tr. "iiu' -oiit r.o tor at hi- own ep.oi- will furnish all material. lalor. to.ls. imp!-meut-. uijchinery. ajipliaiue-. upplie, teiniirary roads. forms. false work, bridges, staging, jnoitar Imps, water, and everything iiiiiary for the perform ance of th contract, including all tempor ary drainage and all pumping apparatus and water pipinjr neies-iry to siiiqdy water Tor building operation". I'lllnjr .Material on the Highway. "Material when delivered at the iie of the work shall be piled in Midi manner as the L'ngineer may direct, and in the event of any stoppage "of the work, all materials shall be tiled o as nd to prevent or in terfere with the us' of the highway. Connecting With Adjoining llijhua. "The completion 0f the work under thH contract Includes any and all work that may be necessary to -onnect the roadway with all highways in a good and work manlike manner. the extensions to be graded one hundred feet long and twenty f-et wide, with concrete ten feet wide the length thereof, having seven and one-half luoh-s la the "nter and six indie on the outer sides, without any extra cotiiensa tlon therefor. Improper Materials and Worli. The Contractor. within twenty-four hours after receiving written notice from the Lnglneer so to do. shall prm-ecd to remove from any of the premises all ma terials condemned bv the L'ngineer. wheth er worked or unworked. and said n- j nrat'erial tractor snail take down all portions or me work which the L'ngineer shall by like written notice condemn as unsound or im proper, or in any way failing to conform to the plans and specification, ami the contractor shall make good all work dam age 1 or destroyed thereby, all at the sole cost and expense of the Contractor. If the Contractor shall refuse or neglet t to remove such materials or to take down such work or to make good such work witJiln the time above specified, the Kn-gims-r may purchase such materials and perform such labor, and deduct th- co-t and expense thereof from anv money dui satUfadc-ry to the Lnglht-er. It U hereby xprsM"y 'stipulated that the joints fur i.ished by the K. D. I'.iker Company or an equivalent will be satisfactory. P.etween ; these tio-is. (lifting the entire depth of; tin- cotp rde shall be placed an iisphalted b it about 1-s of ari indi thi- k. Sjii-iill ''ire must be exercised to have the ex- 1 patishin plates tlush with lh' surface of j the road so that there will be neither an! elevation nor a depression at the joint. Transfer or Subletting . "Tic 'ontra' tor shall not transfer sublet the work -r a ii y part thereoi to any person, :'xept with th" written con sent of the County Commissioners. In case su'-h consent is given it shall not relieve the Contra, tor from any of the obligations of the lontr.-i't. and any transfer or sub- i nnlr'ii t.ir v'it of tin ties J main liable as If no such transfer or sub letting had been made. During the prog-n-ss of the work such working drawings snail lie conspired me ageni Contractor and as betwen the jar- PRINCE OF WALES IS A REGULAR PUGILIST .r; Soaks Laundryman on the Jaw When Latter Resents Prank Played on Him by Oxford Students. L-ONOOX. May 13.- Wales had a regular the authority to closi part of the road in tion or '-ompletion. lights at ni and fences to travel all or any I thereof process or construc He shall maintain ght and suitable barricades where the sum- are necessarv KIIPOItT. Highway, immission- anu snail also keep a responsible watch man at such points to insure the protec tion of all unfinished construction. WJien ordered to do so by the engineer, travel fhall be restored to the highwav and the contractor shall re more all such obstruc tions, but Much opening or using of the highway shall not be deemed an accept ance of the work, or any part thereof. Application of Work. "The engineer shall have the power to direct the application of the working force of the Contractor, to any particu lar portion or portions of the work, and to order the increase of said working force at lils discretion. Suspension of Work. "The engineer may from time io time sustend th work at i-ertaln places or en tirely. If In his opinion the public need j requires It. In no case shall the Con tractor be entitled to any damages for this delay, but he shall be allowed an exten tiou of time within which to complete his work, equal to the delay. Line and Grade Stakes. "The 'location and position of all Hue and grade stakes will be given by the Ln glneer and the Contractor shall be re sponsible for such stakes and shall see that the same are retained until the com pletion of the work, or until the Liiglms'r or that may thereafter become due said Contractor under contract. If. however, at' the time of n;-". ';ing a monthly or other estimate, the Lnglneer should neglect to condemn defective material or work, such neglect shall not be ismstrued as an ac ceptance of any of such material or work. KesironHibllity for the Work. "All tiecssary guardsman shall be em ployed, and barricades and lights shall be furnished day and night by the Con tractor. I'Hor to the rum u let Inn of the j work by the Contractor and the acceptance by the Lngineer and Commission ers, the work shall remain at the risk of tin the Contractor and said CoutraJor shall be required to repair, replace, re new and make gosrd at his own expense all damages caused by tire, force or vio lence of' the elements, or any other cause whatsoever, provided. however. that in such cases the Contractor shall be entitled to a reasonable extension of time within which to complete the said work. Measurements. "No extra or customary measurements of any kind not In accordance with the actual length, area, solid contents or num ber, shall be considered In measuring the work of the contract. l'orms. "All forms shall be free from warp and of sufficient strength to resist springing out of shape. The forms sh;lH he well staked or otherwise held to the establish ed line and grades and their upper edges shall ismforni to the established grade of the road. All wooden forms shall be thor- will be furnished to the Contractor as the Lngineer tnav from time to time deem, an English workman Tuesday ne.-essary. Anythinc -tiown on the dans and not in the" sps incatlons, or shown in the siiificatioi:s and not on the plans, nH-os.ary to make the work ompletP, shall lie" furnished and constructed by the Contractor without extra charge, the in tent and meaning of the sped neat ion be ing that the Contractor shall finish the work complete in all respects ready for use. fr the contract price. If any sub contractor or workman on Sstld work per sists in doing anv work or rumisning any improperly, or persists in refus ing to obey the directions of the Lngineer or Hoard of Commissioners or Superin tendent, they shall have the power to dis charge siili-ermtre-tor fir Unrl'in-in "Nothing in this report shall in an v I the prince who knew nothing of their way he hinding ir in contlict with the laws now In force and governing the location and construction of fn-e macadam, gravel or stone roads. "The cross-sections and profile of said work hereinbefore mentioioil are made a part of this, the viewers retiort. .mud are tiled In the office of the Auditor of St. Jo- i sepn ounty. inc. ana. e. the undersigned Lngineer and The Prince of ristic bout with and the latter took the count before the first round was over. The vanquished i bruiser was the driver of a laundry wagon at Oxford. While he was in Keble. college delivering laundry three Undergraduates drove away with the wagon and abandoned it on a side TU Vl l. i U. U iilv J I I. Hit 111 U LW t 4 1 11 the driver's dilemma and as it turned out developments that will make his tory. When the three; culprits returned to Keble college they were joined by Viewers of the improvement described herein, hereby subscribe our names and make the within our report in the premi ses. (Signed! Henderson McCiellan. M. W. Mix. F. L Lberhart. "Subscribed and sworn to before me this i.-.th day of April. 1014. (Signed Clarence Sdgwick. Auditor. Notice is further given that all the high ways described in said petition and report of Lngineer anil Viewers shall be voted upon as one road. Clarence Sedgwick, ma v ft. 1.1.20 Auditor St. Joseph County. escapade. The driver, learning from his helper of the boys' prank, failed to see the humor of the situation and rushed the group of students, select ing the prince for his attack. The innocent heir apparent was taken by surprise and the laundryman succeded in tapping the princely claret and bruising the royal chest, but the next instant the prince landed a blow cn the jaw that staggered the driver and the other students declared the I'ght tided rrith the honors easily on the prince's side The laundryman's feelings wore smoothed with a cigar and a g"bl cm ;ind when he learned whom h punched he declared: "For such a siekl -lunkitf fell can 'it 'ard and rough." had ROOSEVELT ADMITS HE MAY BE A CANDIDATE Ilcpublicans Will ll.iw to -cpt the Progressive platform. He )ci Lire-. HOUSE BATTLESHIP PROGRAM APPROVED WAjs UN ;T X. May 1 :'. W ith but cry few changes the naval appropria tion bill was reported to the scn.te Tuesday from the naval committee by Chairman Tillman. The house pro vision for two battleships was retain ed but the senate eliminated the house requirements that one of th o battle ships must ie constructed in a gov ernment navy yard. The bill as reported provides for eight or more new submarines, one to be of the seagoing type. seen or more t; be coast defense and harbor type, to cost in the aggregate not more than M.4HO.0OO. The authorization of a new dry dock at Portsmouth navy yard. Vir ginia at a cost of not to exceed r.'oeoo.ooo is provided. The bill carrier: a total of $140. f!0,S:!3. an increase of $ 1 . 1 s 2 . r 0 o over the amount allowed bv the house. ! P.Ai: P. AI !. ! volt's h. a!t!i h.i He is d 'ie in X an I d "Will !ar-s h. von hi pre. cnt May i:. -Col. impi"uod irrc'My. V.'rk n xt Tu-- -day is homes;, k. a candidate fr trio '"' the lilt-.-, I- r.el rather blunt 1 v. I shall run volopm. : until T .11 m dor.cy in KK. asked the . -opt "I cannot ten if sec what the later 1''V.-hT'm r.ts be." he answered. ' Cut if 1 do r. it must on a prcri;si. pl.it f . r which the republicans mu.-t accept." Col. liot.sevelt is angry that ST Clement Kobert Markham. the P.rit.sh explorer, challenges hi M.ii.-nf'iit tb.it he discovered and explored th'- ir.th erto unknown rier I)uvida in itra? !. He sas emphatically ho will pr"'. c his e-r.v statement about his Pra:! ian exploration when h- l crib- s them b societ' for- the lioyal Ji ograph:c.il in lmdor.. AMMM TO CINCINNATI. oth annual tcunion the American Colb-g ation of Rome will take plae nesdnv at the Hotel tlibson. mi:t;t. May ! -.. The. and h.Ti.jue-t -if Alumni asoci- Ac 1 . E T r - i ru rriM tf-imr if mini it i n - r -i - -i ------ . .- . rf j miifmn iwWiiMtyn. i i i i t nif TO TAKE ARMS FROM ' . POLICE AND SHERIFFS No One i to lo Sliglited in Killing That Will Affect t he Mine Districts. Col. federal oughly wetted and metal forms oiled be fore depositing concrete against them. All mortar and dirt shall be removed from forms that have previously been used. K pa ii si on Joints. "To allow for expansion the pavement shall be built in sections .",0 feet in length and at each end of each section a soft steel plate Il-lii of an Inch thick, ex tending the entire width and depth of the road shall be imbdded In the concrete and fastened to the sK-tion by projections irom the steel or in some other manne TRINIDAD, Colo., May i: Loekett. in command of the troops, began strenuous preparations Tuesday afternoon to comply with the disarmament order issued by Pres. i Wilson. He announced that sheriffs and their deputies, as well as all po licemen in the district must comply with the order. The first step in enforcing the pres ident's edict barring new strikebreak ers was taken at Aguilar Tuesday when six men employed to work at the Royal mine, were placed on board a train and deported. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS rTRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS in the center t hereof width tSSm T9 Are Your Vitals Sound? which thirty fct t be graded and iinn-rete to th eighteen feet spread thereon. "4th. That the length of said highway j r. he improved Is sixty-five thousand seven bund reel and fifty feet, or which tweaty-two hundred and eighty feet has; been paved In New Carlisle with brick. j 'eth. That s aid highway iuntion'd In s aid petition and more particularly de- j s.-ririeii in xne plans ami spe. iucai ious hereinafter appearing, shall be graded as aforesaid, proper drains provided. and the traveled roadway concrete. That the said itnprovem.-nt. with culverts and oth er waterways, ;is an entirety and each part thereof and everything that in any way pertains to the same, shall be ;uid be con structed In necordaiiee with the p! ins and specifications and terms hereinafter set forth under the title. "Plans mid Spe. itba tions." and profile made by the Lngineer. filed herewith and made a part of this re port. That the improvement above set out will 1 d puniic utility. "bill. That t'.ie improvement herein de s. riUsJ and by ns found to be of public utility is bv us estimated to cost So'--, t.t.To divided as follows: ilraiHng 117.0.51 Cu. Yds. '.i!i rete llJ.s.'iT.'. S.. Yds. c,ilvcrts one at Kednolds Iiitdi. Iir.ilu Til.' see Profile. ; l'LANS A.M SlKC II It'ATIO S. Koute. Grading. 'T.cgh'.i.ing at a pdui where the Mbhi-i-m ... d ii,:eie. ts the West boundary of .section i'owiiship :;n , North Kange I -st. wi.i li i-.iui is j'.isi) f,. Nouth d the northwest coiner of s;lbi Section; thence N (o K following the center of the Mich igan Load i;'.ei net; thei.ee si L i'2-"0 teet; thetov Cast alopg the North bound ary of M-tto7i ; ii township ;'.s NortlC Lange 1 Went and tl- North boundary of tioua il and ;i2 iowiishlji Nortli U.Ulge 1 C;lst- a dist.lUv e oT pi.STtO feet ; ih.'h.e N rJ ;;' L .7"t ft.: thence N vi L i. .V'"i feet: theio-e N ".O 11 I joo f,-,.r theuee v", ;-.o 1. -'.Too feet; then.-,, s d II 4...0 ; I feet; tiieiice S t'J L l.'To f . . t : tl;euce S I'.i r L 12.7iA feet inters.s-' hig M:. nig.m Avenue I .tl the City limits of South r.eioi. Indiana I "The course of the :vad will t.e staked i W Arc Having Wonderful Results Daily, Jtetorinc: Men of All Ages to Itobust Health. SLroup Nerves and Sound .Vimls Mvin a More ftuootMsifnl life. It Gives a Man the Spirit to Go Ahead. You llave More AuiblUou with Greater Physkal nd Mental Strength. In a Word, You Are Xot Afrmld or Work or Opposition. GIVES THE DESIRED RESULTS THERE IS NO PAIN, NO LOSS OF TIME NOR PUBLICITY Ve Specialize in Diseases That Wreck Men -1 oat by th ee evenly thirty b-'vt W.l i t s.t by pr.-IIU- t i:e and laigin-'!-. and the .-o.olway will gi-.uieil to a 1 1 1 1 i I . c i i v i . 1 1 1 1 of ; in all respects n.is tbe lilt iu .oaf.rinity with stakes Lngineer, and according to a cross-MM'tiens slopes t- all tills w ill I.. i.eliolltal t OIC fool io be made of l.'.ir so i aol. a ii.l alrsolutely : a 1 perishable matter carrying off water uniform gi.olo and as one ;ow n. a nd !ie- ni.iuiike liiaiiiiiT. and and outlet to cair oil iimuiattsi w atcr i lee concreting. t Md half ertl. Ml. I he tills 1. such a s.iji.l or f:-- from debris Side ditches f,,:- will be tirougl.t t a lr-ssed up in a work fail a c Br the latest ftcienttOo up-to-datft methods employed by ms all sufferers can b9 restored complete ly forever of conditions heretofore looked upon as Incurable. We do not keep you coming: to pee us for month and years and then only give you relief while you take the treatment, but we give you such benefit from the very first dose of our remedies as to show you from the start that yon are on the road that will lead to complete recovery and restore you to a perfect condition which will enablo you to feel you are a real man. Blood Disease Varicoces Obstructions Nervous Decline xT; .ir 'Si ' i - v - V 4 V J?lr-Zj!-JsJ.4! 2-,i'vc -v.'v -.-'j: i&fy.?-,,h f, - J -r . '.-;-ii : f" ' A-'i :.t-;.- A.fc: -vv Our Fees Are Reasonable, Never More Than You Are Willing to Pay Disorders a? Men Acute Diseases Amonff the numerous causes of nervous troubles are overwork, worry, disappointments, irregular hours, constipation, bad habits, carelees eatlns &&d tho wear and tear produced by keen competition in all pursuits. Thes are the prime factors in wrecking man's Nervous system. Man never feels so wretched as when his nervous system breaks down; his brain be comes unreliable and Irregular in action, memory poor, judgment deficient, appetite variable, head ache, backache, dlizy spells, pains In the chest, shoulders and head, pots before the eyes, palpitation of the heart, indigestion, constipa tion, liver troubles, noises In the head and ears, coldness of hands and feet, weak, flabby muscles, sleeplessness, gloom, despondency. have sufficient all sin f. i. c tin oni tbe roadway. :e ro-olw av w ill ACUTE DISEASES properiv grati.s and roi led w it a ibe s.i t isf.'ict i i. peril. telideli t. a : d. s'iown by f!;c profile, teu-r.-ii ste.uu roller, of the laigim-er and ii of a u . pri In a s a 1 1 J'he renox -ipproiicbes fo the road. :c. nilicd ci r,stn:c!h:i hall be i'..icl as s i :..st ruction is completed ai.d iu d si. ape as tiny were f.-un.l. urtic und Untdini;. Ai! grades xx ill he . o;iM'!.--.-d with 'An ;ii sii.twn in tl.- . -,. se. t lol: s h o.l as att.c bed. '. . Io e ''I 'e Is to t.-d aioi inrv r t!i re in al least fixe hundred feet the concreting, and r rn;.- d tlfitn'! until iu- i.V the lili-'ilitHT. Am : cpt.-d gradi1 r any t ! In- at I' sh II of x woik is ditc.-s and dr. i b-r the dir-. in xv! n the s ii i load may reptvsc.it neat .i: w o r k ua oil k- app.'aran- Milrrlal. "111.- graxe! Ions! I s. re.'I f'-a U' j s !, ni a i" cs. and or t thereoi 1 !. rcpair- e liillliivr, linlshed. the d thor.dlghlx .1 'I'll n on.' xe.J t. l!.,. J ! s s ; i c , ;- 1 i,- o c j rt h .. r. en d 1 etc I . i r halt of ; f g: i v !. x.-rt ';' I hi inipr. lyrovai of "Mil a r a s .Hid X e n i 1 tLc . e from retained on ha.f Ke h .-.i d p is, ; ,i roi' g!i and one-half itn h ,ij at.d ''oimtv "..:m sind I i ! .dear, fn-e from r f.oeik'n sul.si;ii:i-" arid ordered by the l!:igineM be cids.p'.sed 'f "i:e part I on a fid i ne f 4 all e I . . e I . Mf.d 'i f f d other hall two and onc-h. aboVe. 1 he c m.iti-nal used neet Wltli t!.e t i t "ounty oiiiml!vjii'i cu. In an and j burning. Itching. scalding. painful passages of water. Strong injections, strong remedies seldom benefit They cause obirtructlon of the Urinary Canal. Our treatment stops every symp tom and relieves In a few days. ULCKKS or OLD SOKES, caus ed by Injuries or infections of broken-down eins. quickly yield to oar treatment. STOMACH conditions such as coated tonrue. lack of appetite, gates causing fullness nnd distress after eating, treated by up-to-date method?. We daily demonstrate that Vari cose Veins can b treated In such a satisfactory way that the parts are preserved and strengt honed, pain ceu-sfs, swelling subsides. Men Restored Wo can powltivolT assert that there doe not etlst a frlnylo vme of Jtlood Dl.stease?, Nervous Decline. Iiost Vitality, Vnricoce?, lMlcs. Kld wy, Bladder. Prostate and nil Dt esascs and Ailments of Men that we cannot relieve promttly Kafe ly permanently If In reach of medirnl stipnee and we pronounce It within reach of medical nld after extuiilnati.tn. We TREAT MEN, and MEN ONLY 'The Live Specialist' 41 For Men is one who runs his pro fessional business In a Straightfor ward. Clear-Cut Manner. To treat you properly your case should be thoroughly understood, and this understanding can only be arrived at by thorough, searching exami nation in the hands of one who Is competent. See that your treat ment is mapped out in a rational, sane manner. Notice The men of this city and the surrounding country need no ling er go to Chicago or New York City. We have been restoring ailmen' e; men fo" years and have the up-to-date facilities and equipment in our offices. Come and ?ee for yourself. MEN NOT SICK yet hardly able to work, who suf fer from weakness, prematurem. brain fa, don't suffer longer. Call todaV. FOR BLOOD DISEASE 914 Prof. Ehrlloh's IM PROVED SALVARSAN (or 606) the ONE SUC REMEDY FOR BLOOD $10.00 Examination Free Oflicr Hours: 9-12 a. in.; 1-5 p. m.; 7-i . m.; Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12 ni. CESSFL'L D1SKASK. A grrat many people have blood trouble of one kind or another. Many have inherited some form of trouble from their forefathers. They have pimples on their faces; pale, sallow complexions, black heads, dry. scaly patches here and there on their bodies and in some of the more severe forms even ul cers and running sores. Finally the patient gives up in despair, go Jntr on throufih life half-hearted, wretched, miserable, a burden to hliiiself and his friends. To all these we say. COME TO US. Oar treatment strenpthens and enriches the blood, clears the complexion und ekln of all Impurities, builds up worn-out and depleted tissues and paves the way for a new ex istence. We give this treatment directly into the blood current, thereby relieving the stomach of abuse from poisonous druses, and the results are not only quick. pleasing and permanent, but truly marvelous. HLADDEU and Kidney Troubles swelling of the feet, painful, scald ing and frequeM urination, pain In the back and pediment in the urine are symptoms that should cause you alarm. We master these dis orders. PROSTATE enlargement, re sulting in the stoppage of flow of urine, and pain, treated without operation. K1IEEMATISM treated in all its forms by both Electricity and Medicine. RECTAL tllMMses. such as Pile-'. Fissures. Fistulas, etc.. x quickly overcome without the aid of the knife. De Fleener Co. 1 peciaiisis SOIT1I I1I1ND. IND. Entire Fnnt Floor 0rr Petk's .hoe Store. 109 i, WEST WASHINGTON AVE. 5 Trco Ihomsi. YVo.l. A Sensational Sale rass Beds Swm aid Mattresse At Extremely Low Prices Our forty-five store Syndicate Buying Power cuts out many middle-men such as jobbers, traveling salesmen and all cost attached to marketing the manufacturers' pro duct and enables us to buy at prices far below the average store. Our volume of business is increasing rapidly, our sales force has been doubled a fact, in evidence of the general appreciation of a store, where quality is foremost and prices extremely moderate. We are making an extra effort to keep all lines complete; shipments of new goods are arriving daily just received a large shipment of Brass Beds, Springs and Mattresses to be placed on sale today at prices that will save you money. Read carefully the follow ing: v- This Handsome Brass Bed Ries Price. Guaranteed French Lacquer Just as illustrated in design; colonial 2 inch posts; ten tillers in foot and head piece. Lacquered with high grade trench lacquer, acid-proof, will not tarnish lv handling. A bed you would expect to pay SK) for elsewhere. Two-inch Continuous Post THE BONO 6CMINO rHC BCD Ries Price . An $18.00 Brass Bed Value Look at this bed illustrated on the rijtht. It's one of the mojt ilesirahle designs. While these prices are unsually low, every in the line Is built substantially. Inside the heavy brass tubin strong steel frame, which insures .1 bed that will last a lifetime IS A-Z . I . JI w E -I II r frtM; I :-s; n bed Genuine Felt Mattresses in li.y re without a comfortable bed. This mattress is built of s..ft. Huffy cotton felted into thick layers encased in beautiful fancy ticking of pood wearinp quality; will hold its shape well; weighs 4." lbs. in full size. A very larpe assortment of mattresses in all grades are shown here now. Ho Spi'injj S13.7o. This is an excellent sptiny: for brass beds, very substantially built. A grade not often sold for less than $1S."0. Fancy Ticking An 8.00 Value Ries Price 85.45 llxtrn priI l:-IIent llel lo .f f.tney ti'J.ltl filled W 1 1 'l !''t:i fe:it iTs-. tli"r:;!ii v re:;ov;it i7 L'lx-JT. A Mii ;ilue Kie Trice per p.iir fl.W. 4 Ply Woven Springs A $7.00 VALUE Ries Price rMmi I til t r z til 12 ! r ti J fa i i WSlrMfl- fJ it it -u I r h if two This is an extra Hne spring 2 1-4 inch helical springs. inches apart at each end. h.i." inch rise from the led rail. esiec ially pf.od for netal beds. Built to last a, life-time. Steel Wire Coil Spring A $3.50 VALUE Ries Price Tade of extra ".-re coils with . ire frame. A ? s! ir.d the t st -if Kits any regular well tcmp' td t-ry li-.t s ; ri i i that !o ize s st e St 1 ".ill Uht. Led. 3-R00M OUTFIT $139.75 All the neces sary furnishings are included. Ev ery article of a quality that will meet with your approval. ' V . ' v--. a. I . " ' . -v 'l.i ,,YV ;l : I Z' sv 4- MODERN HOME FURNISHERS, 306 TO 310 S. MICH. ST. : . i Fine Values in Go-Carts and Refrigerators it imparl mmi uill qui kly -otint' oi that oti ean't buy jro - rait and n- 1 1 iterator io -in u jhmI advantage ain Iier es. ("me m and -e otir tlispla. I U -