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SATURDAY, OCTORITR 17, 10M i SEVEN MINUTE SERMON ON THE GOLDEN TEXT nv our ow.v im:Aci!i:R at Tin; okpiikoi. The final per f or ma nces of the nre- rnt 1 i 1 1 at Ihe Ori'heum will te fdven j t.d.y. J. Nuijt-nt A: ". have I : cored h iily with a bright, .snappy j frii-tly sketch topical t" New York) iiiiit life. .I.irrow, the talkatiw Leui: In tJi (ianlcn of ('cth xinane. Mark 1 1:3:!-1?. (.olden Text: Wat elk. and pray, that enter not Into temptation. .Matt. '2:ll. iri kt-r entertains and jntriidm cs an original lemon jojie which is ruy.-tify- Inr and miiHMf,'. Lewis tv Kssler, t.vo attractive j:irl, offer a Mucins ,ai;u piano act of rial m rit. Mo.-hcr, Jl.i es v Mistier. who were on the .Maj'-tir bill in t.'hica.-i last wee;, )'r''.-tiit a ensutional l ieyi le riding act. lfn (Jiiitfjcts open the ihow with a musical nuvtlty. at Tin-: MA.n;sTir. '0"radys J U caption", a rollicking Irish farce crip'(lyv with pbnty of .-or.g' ami diTice trimmings, will he t;iwn hnal perform. mc .s at the Ma jestic today. A number of new peo ple an- here ami will join the Ma Jftie company tomorrow in a new ill tilled with hoii and dance novelties. si: phtlki:. The beautiful scenic pictures, "Nep tune's I au. :;hter.s", i:i whi'h Annette K lb rmann i.s to he ."-eeri at the Mivr, will close with tomorrow night's; .show. A ma tine" and even ing per f i iriiiaiu e will be i;ien today at th- usual time, a. well as tomor row afternoon and niht. No more 1 a u ti f ii I pictures hae ever h-en presented here and the fairy story told i-! Loth t I-vr and interesting. The picture im out ot the ordinary and ; ' j i t - a relief from the sensational stories, tidd in the majority of motion picture drama.-;. AT Till: COLONIAL. Thomas, Cooper - Thomas, a col ored trio of harmon.v singers, made a decided hit during their opening I n'orma nc-s at t'le Colonial and have been retained over Sutulay when th'-y will present a new and varied program of N'txro melodies, classical selections and harmony sini;int,r. The dterintha h r Swiss singers ami musi cians ive their linal performance to night. Four reels ot'motion pictures are- shown at each performance and the pro-ram for today includes: "For Repairs", a Lubin drama; "The Car of le,tth", a Kah-m drama. and ' Sua Re ille's Home ;nard", an Ka sanay comedy. si m-msi: tim;ti:u. "The Jackpot Cliii,-', an t xeellent two-red Kclair (lram:t, Will he Uu: feature at the Surprise theater today. "Mai-el's Latest Pranks', a' Keystone oiiiitily, will also he shown. Mahel meets a masher in the park while ( nroute to 'et a position as a maul, later she finds the mail was the hus- bund of her mistress. There is an exciting ehase scene, and the comedy ends up with ever,y one in the lake. Tomorrow's pictures will ir elude "Little Sifter", a Pex drama; "Caught in a iitfht Pinch", a Pcauty comt with Martrareta Fischer and Harry Pollard. "The Proof of a Man" Is a Victor drama featuring Warren Kerrigan. TiASALLK TIIRVrnU. "The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch", the famous emotional drama by Mrs. Pur ton Harrison, analyzes and criticizes the little mistakes and misunderstand ings that so often arise between hus band and wife, and that eventually result in a widened and unbridgeable gap. and that only too often divides the trail forever, is still playing at the Iisalle theater today. The production does not alone establish a common fault, but con trary to the construction of most problem plays, also indicates a :em edy and illustrates in the particular vase treated in the play that gener osity and tolerance, next to mother love and sacrihee, are the two great -st hunan traits. Henrietta Crosman in "The Un welcome Mrs. Hatch" is bound to im press and thrill motion picture audi ences. Coming Monday another one of Jack London's stories, "John Parley corn", directed by Hobart Posworth in six reels. COMMON' TI1 1 1 TATI ( ) X S. 1. We are tenitel to lt Hie- flesh control the spirit. The experience of Jesus in the garden of Cethsemane makes the most pathetic reading in all literature. He was then wrestling with all the forces of evil. The great work which he had undertaken and the tragedy of the cross, which he v.- then facing, culminated in his soul at that moment. He was strong ly tempted to give up the tight, and this was the battle which he was then waging, and in which he was victorious. Nearly all men have their c.ethsemane: The gardens of suffer ing, in connection with tho average human life, are plentiful enough, but there is generally some agoniz ing epoch through which we pass which resembles the garden of Oeth semane. We are tempted to let i'esh ly, or earthly, things control us. The present struggles with the future; the Mesh lusteth against the spirit; time wages a war with eternity, and the battle is territie. If. in this our time of need, we have prayed as Jesus pra.ed we have had the same victory as Jfsus had: but if we have allowed ourselves to be indifferent to the im portant matters confronting us, and have slept at our post, as the dis ciples, did, whom Jesus took into the garden to watch with him. we have is I been overcome w ith the tempter and have lost a great battle. If, on the other hand, we have not permitted the ilesh to control the spirit but have been prayerful and resolute. in resist ing our temptations we have won a ictory with eternally blessed conse quences. 2. V arc tempted to avoid suf fering when that i essential to sue ee. We read in an old hymn that. "This vain world is no friend to grace to help us on to (Jod," and elsewhere. "Sure r must tight if I would win, in crease my courage Lord." Paul in writing to the pphe?ians urges them, to "put on the whole armour ot (Jod, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we wrestle not against llesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spirit ual wickedness in high places," and niuVh to the same effect is contained in the scriptures warning us against the temptations, and other suffering, which are essential, if we would "tight the good light of faith and lay hold upon eternal life." It is natural for the Mesh to dread suffering and wlicti our courage is below par we seek to avoid it. This desire however, to dodge righteous suffering, if we yield ed to, will cause us by and by. first to tight with indifference, and then to turn our back upon the enemy and run. This means of course spiritual ,jv I ,lffprlt. from which so many never j i eco ii. IS. f nrf fririiteI tv Iho ri w Ti we lived in a frierully country, and if there were no enemies to (lod, nor to mankind, if there were no evil forces to overcome, if there were no devil to fight, and no moral victory to win, there may be some excuse in living an easy, indifferent life. Put surrounded as we are with so much fvil, and confronted with so manv forces of a vicious character, it is im- I J'ossihle for us to he on (iod's side, : ind at the same time sleep ;lt our j posts. ..r live an indifferent life, i hen Jesus, w-hose arm,v we have joined, is lighting ih-F- forces of evil it is criminal for us to he indifferent. Our lesson story gives the informa tion that when Jesus entered uprij the terrible struggle in C thvrr. inc, ; that he requested his three faorite. disciples to stay at a little distance. I and to watch with him. but when he came back to them, apparently for a j little sympathy, they were asleep. He j went away asain and renewed the i struggle, and then came back to them j the second tinu and still found them asleep, and this he repeated f,,r a third time, and found them sleeping still. I. hot ii therefore at h ami pray -4 that c may be troii? and faithful. If Peter, and. James, and John had been as spiritual at that time, as they were afterwards, they would not have slept when their master was in a death struggle with the enemy. What a lesson this is to us. in watching and praying against our natural love of ease, and against any lapse of duty, or indifference to the cause of the kingdom of heaven on the earth. It is necessary for us to keep on tin' alert, and ,to watch and pray that we do not yield to the temptations of the flesh as these disciples did. Alas! we are all prone to do this, and our only safet.v in overcoming this temp tation, is to be constant in prayer, and fervent In our supplications that we may be able to stand in the day of temptation; that we may never for sake our post, or turn our back to the enemy, or in any way hinder, or dis grace, the cause of our Lord and master. There is so much work to be done, so many evils to overcome, so many foes to vanquish, so much indifference to dissipate, so many sin ners not saved, that, it becomes us to be faithful, to watch, and work, and pray, that we may be brave and successful soldiers of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Then, by and by. we shall enter into our reward and receive the well done good and faithful servant from our master. MANY SEE HER IN WONDERFUL PICTURE i ": i - n t f ' ',-- . mm VV.:'::.v.- r AWiaTi: ki:lij:hmanx. Neptune's Daughter will end its engagement at the Oliver Sunday night. Two performances will be given today and tomorrow. smoker will follow in the pink room 9 ot the Oliver. PRESS CLUB WILL MEET 1 1n rit one? and Monoogit on Program I'or Monday Xight. missi:d MARK. NKWCASTLK, lnd. Oct. 17. John Shower, a native of Pennsyl vania, is dead here, aged years, two months and 14 days He had hoped to round out a -century. KEITH VAUDEVILLE. A program of unusual merit is promised members of the South P.end Press club at its next regular meeting Monday night. Elton Crepeau, local baritone, and W. P. (lass, monologist and entertainer, will feature the pro gram. . P.oth men are known locally and outside the city for their aMlity and promise to give the newspaper men a treat. The business session of tht be held promptly at T::bO. Th gram will beIn at S o'cl Pllilllip NOW PLAYING .r e. m ci:t a en In a C"oniely Sktcli 1 JAKItOW 1J Talkative Trl kster . I.KUIS.tKI-SSM-K i i.i:stii-o(;i:Ts "li MOSIIEH. HAYES CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY V. M()SiIIi:it MAT 10c 15c EVE 10c 15c 25c TODAY "HEARTS AND DIAMONDS" Tuo Htvl Vitasnipli (unetly, with John Bunny and ITora Pinch. "THE GREEN ROSE" Kalem Drama i t It Alice Joyet. "THE BLUE COYOTE CHERRY CROP" Kdi-on Drama. "THE FALL OF MUSCLE BOUND HICKS" and "THE PLUMBERS' PICNIC" Two Blo:raph Comedies. THE PATHE DAILY NEWS. A TMEATEl Tlie Home of Paramount Piclures. TODAY mi . vt i ,nT. t"itjlT- ine umyeicome nrs. naicn Five Reels, FeaturinS HENRIETTA CROSMAN. Henrietta Crosman's reputation on the speaking stae rank. wiih the greatest American stars, and the play itself n reordeJ one of the greatest successes in the history of American dramatic art. The play devotes itself to a presentation of fact as they eN: i"i many American homes and for that matter, in homes th.rur.ut the universe. The little differences that spring up with no cau-e r explanation, between husband and wife, and that s often threaten the happiness of both, are bared with surprising boldness, but the stry terminates with the promise of a brighter dawn and a better under standing that not alone contents the auditor but illu-trates a profound lesson besides. IT T T H K i i 5 TD) ID " THEATER Tlie Home of Good Pictures. TODAY Eclair Feature in Two Reels, "THE JACKPOT CLUB" MABEL'S LATEST PRANKS Keystone Comedy. Look Who's Here MONDAY JOHN BARLEYCORN" By Jack London. TUESDAY "BURNING DAYLIGHT' How He Made Eleven Million Dollars By Jack London. Positively the Highest Class Pictures in the City at the LASALLE THEATER. Always a (Jood Show Admission ."k .vmiriiiT4?ij 5i!rii.v nfiiNiuii tit h a 1 1 1 1 r L. H. ORVIS Funeral Director Assistant. 120 Vrr,t tX.lfax Av. HoitM- ."297. Ik-ll SOT. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS H Mil Si A Vf ? i I:illv J-llO Mothers who v:ilu' their own wmfnrt ?! MMii t-?ii nli n-im i v. , . .. . .... : r t i ............'..... juni uie wcn.irc or inoir riiiilrn. should r.i rvper i ers for rli K nn f,-v nan throughout tlif sMson. Thev r,r;ik up : F -ztt. ... ... - y ToMs Kellevo Fevfrlhnoss. bnttlji.-.tloti. 1 LlLTi -iluJT leethlnp Disorders. Head.trlio aiul St.rn- ah TrouMes. ,y Mathers f,.r '21 - r -- i-..ira 'V 1 1 l.'sj T Imil'TU'liu vt"i-T-i. ..... 1 I'll ui.n.l .M, l.li I Sold by all I rup- Stores. 'JV-. Don' nr. rept any Mitfditiite. Sriinple in.tiled ' FliKE. Address. Alien S. Olmsted. Li ! Koy, Y. I LOSBOl Till: Al DITOIlir.M. A ci-ntists diabolical schemo t( lo away with his vanl. whoso fortune he ccvets. makes "The (reen Rose", a Kalm lrama, of tremendous inter est. Th picture will be shown at the Auditorium today. Alie .Toye ap pears in the leading role, while other fiimons Kalem stars. Tom Moore. Marguerite Courtout and Jire Austin are jeen in strong parts. In his -fforts to i!o aw.ty m itli his wanl, Kathlyn Livingston. :tu elderly scientist dotrs a rose with deadly :iniline. rausijic the Uower t turn Kr en. His plan mes astray ami Mrs lhint. his h use. eoper, dies as the result of beir.: prii-ked by a thorn. Iordeon. the st ieJU ist's assistant, and I'.eatrice, his suetheart. atiale the llowtT and lieoer the aniline. 1,-iter. Iavinicston makes another at tinpt ai;aiiit Katnlyn's lite. but meets the fate h,. vu jdann-d for his ward. The part b.rdon ami I'.eatrie play hi brinuir.e; tiu about sur charges this with int. -rest. "Hearts and Diamonds", a two-re.1. Vltapraph mmtdy wi:!i John Ibintu and Flora Pineh: "The IWwv t.yol 'herr- t'n.p". an IMi...n drama; "The Fall Of MUvele-i:,,;;!-.,! Hi, Us" aI,d "Th IMambers' l'r :ii-". tw r.io. jrraph comedies, .md Ta. Path.' Haily .News complete the bill for toda. N f Off rree.rortrait L COUPON NO. 26 A coupon HKe this !s published in all editions of Tlie News-Times. Seven of these coupons of consecutive dates from The News-Times will give you FREE CG CHARGE a superb photographic enlargement. Present coupons and picture you wish enlarged to Photo Dept., News-Times. Coupons must be presented by adults. Free offer containing only one head. Slight charge for others. A handsome carbonet enlargement for the seven cou pons and 50c. A beautiful enlargement in delicate water colors for seven coupons and $1. No mail orders received Present Coupons at The News-Times Office ! R i R 1 a W R B fi 3 S u TODAY 2:30 and 8:15 The Perfect Woman Annette Kellermaoo (DIVING VENUS) In the Spectacular Pictorial i Triumph, NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER Take the Children to the Matinee Today. Our Office is One of the Finest Equipped in this Section of the Country for the Relief of SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN 4? : WW YOrNG .!i:.". AXn Ar.I .M1:X. I'OMI: TO SVAZ I t us r- mo-.o y-ur troiibh'; purify yoi:r Mood, stivnthon your norxous systrm anl r-toio you to a healthy, manly foelini;. thereby r li vin you of tin- lurd n that is felt front any disease. Our practice is limited to those dia.-t s. and a,- i case we accept is identical with sumo dis-;u-e we have treated. T.ht!oi. it is n more than reasonable for us to expect to do as much for you a w have done for others. After treating with us for i is' a little while uu will have as much confidence as we have in o'M" methods. We want to tell every voting man what his father slio.iid hae told iii-n in his youth. What everY voun man and father oimht to know. No sadder- f spectacle ever comes to our attention than a youn man who v i t i i -N ;.y. hody and mind is ini'e-ted with disease. He is handicap)..! all through life. Tie st ron sr. rohust man with jure hlood cells pis-es him at every turn in the race f life. Thousands of these eases should never hwe been. An oun. of irevention would have kept the youmr man of today and the father o' tomorrow In the bloom of health, strength and vior. Failur is as rt.nii to follow a weakened arid diseased mind as day will follow ni'ht. I on't you believe the preat men of today, of ye-terday, performed every private and public duty fearlessly and earnestly? Then why should you not jruard jour x v 1 1 l-J n I i AUr, wnen u is wunn moie i ou, ihuk- 10 ioomkm children's children than all the money tho Koeke! 1 iers and anderi iits j)osess? Your success depends upon your health and determination. All f these things beinsr true, loan u? your confidence and we will prove tho mer;t of our methods to you. This we will accomplish by m:.kintr a stmn- man of you a healthy man. a man with strong nerves, char brain :nd sound bod a man with ood. pure blood eoursim: through your veins. fre- from disease serms, taint or infection. I'aise pride and mod' sty have Mood be tween thousands of men and success, health and happim-s. What the blood stream won't do in the human system for weak organs will never be aeeomplishe.i. Are you willinc- t- Vinn,l vnnr T T tr I IT A n XT' frntn rr n ort i on to veneration thfOUITh VO.tr (dlildrell? Look .ibot'.t U'l it ! the thousands of unsuccessful suffering men who are paying the price of their ancestors ind iseretbui. inherited bad blood or have vou eontrictel it at some unsuspecting moment. the best blood making and blood purifying remedies. NERVOUS and despondent, weak and debilitated, tired morn-l ines. no ambition lifeless, memory gone, easily fatiud. ex citable and irritable, eyts sunken, red and blurred, pimples, restless, hag-.ai-looking. weak back, bone pains, sore throat, lack of energy and confi dence? Consult the well-known specialists Dr. Fleener Co. 1 Hir"'v""''v : . l.. ii . . , II ae you r.egii. now to stamp it out by taking Are You I -4 TO HOLD CAMP SOCIAL Arrangement- for Meeting at . 1:; Are 1'ompleie. M. on Th1 program for the firM am ual of the season, whih t at the V. M. A. Nov. 1 '. h. ' eeM arranged by Junior s' .n lary , v. It will contain seer..l .-hurt tab;.-. -ongs. yells. at;l t;rit- of ar;ou k :r. d s. ome uni'iue pl.ir.s f.-r n- t sum-:m-r'.- eamp are to b !.)'.;-( h-d at thi i;:t t'tilU. The social, ou. n t .til l... h;ii e-r bvi n at '.uii;i li' et aiI; be around th - : ; :!.;te m th- i.,,ys department. 1 I n ..1 i ho bart 1 1 P TO OPKN MONK I He . . I . A. caleiei i.i 1 Monday morning with 1 re.-kfa-t ai.d Jl e.uitinue t-i sere brea k .1 ,: ru h- u and supper throuule .:: tat "!'. Tlie management lias i't. f handed a! d al'io'.is i m pI'o c m n Is ha e I . en added. APPOINTS STONT:. asi;in;t n. t. it. -pr.- t 1 ilson l':d.i app-Uolftt Se:i. ';, u-. Tie ,.f tile II;' I!lb:-s of t!"- t o J : ) 1 11 j - lot. i i aty U M'!-' He t he accejite teiua la 1- K ti .- i i s - k I The Quakers were temperate in word, deed and ictioru They had their Blue Laws but they never tried to inflict them upon their neighbors. Nor did they call their fellow citizens names because they held differ ent opinions. William Penn was the first great brewer of lager beer in Pennsylvania, He built a brewery at Penns burg in 1663. The honest Quakers advocated the use of lager beer as a beverage. You may well profit bv their example by drinking V '"I t I Iloosier Cream tiger Export B 1:1 1 EER The Drink of the Temperate. outti Bend Erg. Ass n Servant to Lovers of Good Beer. 4 1 r i h m li .? F: 11 1 &x$stx I yrt Tlie I'opular Idtt! Houe WlJ3 'ii V A NOW PKAYI NCi. PoriraMirnt Musical Coiut'lv Stock "0'GRADY'S RECEPTION." Near the new Snit': Hit-: "'Hie lrili T a n z ." Dublin Tcmn." "Now I'll Kaio an Army f My Own." m.tint:i:s Vcl.. Sat.. Sun. Aiuht Prhu !( v 1 .. Matinees loc. V New Colonial Tht Little Phot Theatre DeUxt Two Cla-- Vaudc illc Acts 4!0berinnthaIer Trio" Alpine Singers, ami rhompson, Cooper & Thompson (nlcrcil Haiinou Trio Ami l'our Heels I'oimI Picture. Special Daiuaiu Prices, 10c 10c rv Results Speak for Themselvas SCORES OF SATISFIED PATIENTS OUIl BEST ADVEKTISEU ENT, and our well-tilled of licet-, our sreat succppp, has tempted others to emulate .our announcements, even to copy them, word for word. Hut remember, it is our Ni:V SYSTEM SCIENTIFIC PELVIC METHODS that bring result-, and results are what you want. So BE SURE, 3rEN, MAKE NO MISTAKE. Seek the leader and not the foll(.Aer. and remember we are the pe,-; t ii -1 vim have known and who Rive each case personal and individual attention. 914" FOR Blood Poison , " . . 1 1 - and hurrn- than , 1 1 1 , in bit i ie Are You Si hi 7 2, Afllicted with Blood Poison, pore throat, ulcers in mouth, fall ing, hair, skin eruptions, discoloration, nervous, irritable, dull Iain in head or back, numbness, tingling in hands or feet. dspond'-n in clined to melancholy, f e ir of impending calamity, bone pains, indigestion. 1 ri-..i -iY.net ir. feeliriL- of bloatinir. lameness in back, arms or le-s; Are you discouraged, having tried and tried? What have you tried? pid.-onou. doses, feeble patent medicines or inexperiene.-a j specialifts, but who are not true specialists an 1 ; wh have no reputation or reliablity '.' We ui-e tlie new st and lat s! treat ment f r lil.ooi) M!SoN and Skiu diseases, Prof, l'ln -li-hs of br many NK isALVA 1 :S. X -r "IM I." the improved Salvais:tn. in-'e.id f the oid reni'dv called salvar.-an is absolutely sal less and more effeetie and can be admini-t r d painb ss'y and with .i! .--effect w!.ateer or d'! busin .". Weaik, Nervous Men Who ha ve I. rain jani . Mi:'fer;i;g lr"m iridis'T etio::s. the pfi.al'v oi ins-s and abue, will see !,.. iUiik the ripht remedy ,tt the r:.:iit pi;:'-e and time will d tiie w'Tk. K'-!"r- it no ill fi'-r.i eri'-ry, am ;e.;i an. ;.-hi:;g the del;.,ife ; uai.s rdiii rued in should s';e hop. roUIagel or d:she.ir: e .nu Ue.l i: f r e. st r ii. r..'jr d i ' -i : u t . i r: t or ihee.j ,' n: m r he i;'' k-' -e, ' J IJ t 1 1 ie p.., i ' drugs in stomach ruining doctors, calling themselve: Varicose or Enlarged Veins Stop It There is method of treatment that will restore you. with out damaging the, stomach and nervous system; treatment that do.s not Mock up, merely hide away ior a time, nut win urie vestUe of the poison, cleans- the blood and lymphatics, clears the mind forebodings, makes strong nerves and will restore you to the vigo health, and the disease will not return. Examination Free Call Today IT We simply want the opportunity of showing very suffering man that wo can give new hope, new life and restore him back to health, strength and vigor. We know every man will pay after we have entirely eliminated every trace of the disease from his system. Not u dollar need ! aid unlc ciiretl. WEAK l:E'xI Ve.-s. 1. l'" r ir a lation, Palp;tati'.n i the n-,.rt, S --:r St-ma' h. E. el .M'-:ti'.r;. . .-"n.-r? . f i;r ath. Tremblir.k.' of th Eim;-. E . ly E :t-d. Tire.'. i'..'h:i- ;r; the :;i .r:i- 't;.., ovr v"t:i:i; ti:!-' Tir'!' WILL SATISFY Vol' hl'i: PE.M:i IIES APE EPIFIT. Will y-i :.:;:.'..-siifferin-r from these ;i,l:n'tit -. or a. 11 you plar e yo-.:r in ;r h.ands ar.d b-t i.s ir.-.e t.. yu .hat the pr p r treatment will acpomoi.-h" and !;:.- in..''." Vi . i! i .b-i e:;:k!y and permanently relie-.ed. Th. - -!; -e.,ses readily yield to ,ejr !:! Mak ing and IMo-ui p:ir:fir.g i : ire-die -. Ir. feet. o:i .ie. ! a d 1 e ; ( ; ; n . ; , receive earef-.il att.'Uti :.. Th d-- a"-es. if allov.e, 10 run nm h k v. ill b ad to sen.. ;- ..'vpl;. ';. :.-. A word to the u;e is .::;:, i.t. Kidney, Bladder Acute Diseases i Special Notice ITio who liive Ikhmi di.apjH)lntetl hy un.killetl ph-i ian are earnetl njuet ctl to investigate tmr inethod-. and term without hla, wliiili, lial ihey done in the !eginning, would 1km e ;ieil them time. pain, worrj- and money. We also cure Rheumatism. Kidney and Pladdcr trouble. .t"inach. Uvrr and Kidney trouM Prostatic diseases-. Piles, Fistula. Xerous Debility. Lost Vigor. Strature, Varicoet i men. Ac P.: id I- r tr..- ar.d ht' :i.c d.e.t. DR. FLEENER CO., Specialists SOUTH BEND, INDIANA. 109V2 W. Washington Ave. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADSl Office Hours: 9 A. M. until S P. fyi. Over Peck's Shoe Store. Sundays 9 to 1 P. M.