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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
Thursday, sKPTirumin r.o, idis.
14
JVAR LOAN STARTS
VEW HIGH
CRD
Investment Bankers Predict
Big Demand for Anglo
French Bonds.
Uy Hntailnn Wall.
NKW YORK. opt. Comple
;nn of the, An-'o-:"ronrh loan im
parted strength to the utock market
AV,inn '!:,v nn.l in the early dealings
-esulted In the establishment of quite
few now hih records. Trading
.a.s on a heavy :alc. but not quite a.s
..trpe as on Tuesday.
(Iy nations in the war stocks con
tinued to hold the enter of attention.
Lut Haidwin was quiet compared with
ts erratic Hurt nations during the
arcvious session. 'ruoible Steel
ouchfd a new hik'h record, o.s did
L-ifkawanna, Tenno-ee Copper and
-viral other specialties. Steel rum
nr.n established another new hUh
riee for this n.ovement at T. o-. In
xplanation of the failure of this is-
ue to share in the unwaru rnoveinent
o a lare extent, reports were current
.hat about 300,000 shares of steel
ommon has been liquidated in the
Market hy the foroUner.s within the
,it few weeks.
Initial prices showed substantial
wrnitht advan es which were main
ained most of the forenoon, but in
he afternoon heavy realizing rales re
uilted in substantial recessions from
lir. . if Vm.ser ative brokers con
sidered the afternoon reaction as
emporary and look for a. resumption
f the- upward movement tomorrow.
Iooal investment bankers declared
hat the demand for the Anglo-French
jonds to be greater than even the
r.ost sanguine expected. Commission
louses also reported a good demand
.'or the securities.
When Tennessee Copper closed
T lesday there was a demand for about
..oo shares by people who have re
ently been discovered by the. insiders
be quietly u cuinulating the shares.
This unfilled demand found rejection
tho sharp advance in the can
bring purchas-
;r. which was
t T.-S points above the previous close.
Some .small amounts immediately fol-
owed at f,i:, ;7 and 0s. the latter
jre being1 a new high reeord. To pre
vent a runaway market in the shares,
-tork was supplied at the top figure,
iiul the price dropped very quickly to
.1 o-4, from which there was a rally
slightly above 0.".. Subsequently
here was an orderly market between
and 0.. Hrokors who are often
reputed to act for o. 26 Hroadway
md the Duponts were prominent on
the buying side. Announcement of
the Tennessee Copper bond issue may
be expected any hour, all details hav
ing been arranged. The securities will
be offered to share holders and un
derwritten by a syndicate headed by
the National City bank. The bonds
were quoted on the curb today at 11 S
bid, while the rights were 1 to 2.
The Moating supply of Tennessee has
become very small and for this rea
son brokers expect erratic fluctuation.
Independent steels continued in
urgent demand with Ixickawanna at
the front. I rose nearly 1J points to
!:4 :'.-4 on heavy dealings. The five
percent bonds due lP.'o and convert
ible into the stock were also mater
ially higher. In the absence of the
head of the company who is sick, no
ott'uial Information can be obtained
regarding the truth of reports that
the company is to get into the new
steel combination.
Sloss-Shctfleld made its debut, and
at one time showed an advance of
nearly eight points.
Frio continues the favorite of what
little speculation there is in the rails.
DELIflQlENT CASH PLAN STREET AND SEWER
ASSESSMENTS
nlTIfS OFFICi:. ST. JOSEPH COUNTY.
South Itend. Imliuua. September -1st. 11-
.VntFe is bereNr giren that the following derribe.l lands ami town lota bare
beer, returned to this r.frbe l,r the Treasurer of -aid County, anil the Treasurer of
Otv ,,f South ItHi.l. and "now remain W-linquent fr the uon-payiuent i'I Mrw
Improvement du- on them and from individual owning the game, for tiie year i . i j
and previonn jear. and thnt so much of ea h ef the several tracts of lands a ad
t.'wn h,m In sabl lio remained as mar be neeess.ry to discharge the n-sessmnts
penalty, eosts and charges thereon are due from the owner thereof, at tue tine or
-alt-, uill !..- nob! at Puldle Auetl..!! y the Cunnty Treasurer at the ( oUit II use
loop. In the City of South Itend. in abi county. on iU.:l"h'?U' S!?.V" h ?
at i hi. hour of to uVI.m-L a. m. on s.dd day. and continuluir 7mi,VhiV tVn.i
vai-1 sale, unlex aessment s. j.-nalty. cots and charges - paid before
In accordance with Se- tin-, .", of amended SWti.ui ll'J of an act ""itle.I Ar. Act
Concernhi' Municipal Corporations" approved March Cth. 11 u. on I ape 4.,, Acts l.'rj.
CLAKLNCL SI:Im;VR'K, Auditor of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
17.".-,
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No ADAMS ST. riPn SI-JWEIt.
Henry r.ater. lot N. 1. rieaant View 1'nd add
Henry I:. Adams, lot No. Augustine's add
Ida SI. HaineK, Lit N. IU. Auprutine, add .. . . . . . ;. .
7.- wi st MAIN ST. CO.NCKim: PAN LMLN T.
P. of South Ilend.
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k'reiphbaum's replat of VenKer"s
of'tV'oV ft'.'" lot "is." lV. an. Oak
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N. IliiW.UAN CKKl'-K IHlMv i.
Alph-us L. Horr.ev, bt .".7 Wencer - Krelhbaum's 1'nd add,
Lizzie A. Smith, lot Wen-er A: Kreild.aum's l!:id add....,
Wm. V. Holland, lot 111 W'enper & Krelghba urn's -Jnd add..
Olive IW-rlin. n y ft. of lot X) Weiiper Ac KrtdKhtaum s
Weiiper's ot!i add ".
Mry t Ko.lers. n ft of lots -0 an.l lir. Weiiger & krelffhbatiiu
replat of enter s Oth add "
U. I. and L. It. I-slie, lot L'trj Wenvrer A: Kreibbaums replat
Wener's '(th add
.1. Arthur Taj lor. lot H'.-! WeiipT A
r.th rdd
Margaret A. lirown, h 7."! ft. of lot
I .road way add
.Tame A. Taylor, lot W2 Wenirer A:
tifh add
C. P. Smith and W. U. Itoyd. s '2 ft.
Park 1st add
i:nlir,,r,l .H..I llll.-.. 1'r.rHn l-.t ' t t lr T'nrk" 1st add
(i f .,,! v m p...T,i,.tt .. ft ..f l.-t 74. 7.V 7'.. tak Park 1st and
W. It. llovd. i'. P. and r,. Kent and . K. and N. M. Hennett, s 10 .
of u 4.",i2 ft. of lot 71, 7:. Oak Park lt add
F. i:. and I,. M;n -Donald, e 4 ft. of s 1L'5 ft. of lot H. Studebaker (
Ut add
Mabel Kih. lot 44. 11. Studebaker's 1st add
A. Is. Kern, lot 4." 11. Studchaker's 1st add
Mary Carmany. s VT ft. lot .'.. H. Studebaker's 1st add
.loh.i Hoffman, n ''- ft. lot lb H. Stndei.aKer s 1st mm.
John Hoffman, lot loi. H. Studelaker's 1st ndl
Chas. i:. Smith, lot 117. II. Studebaker's 1st add
Noah Ilman. lot S7. Oak Park lt add
I Mini A. Kin von. bt ss. Oak Park 1st add
Flatta K. Iienner. lot --. H. Studebaker's 1st add
Platta i:. P.enner. lot 'Si, II. Studebaker's 1st add
J. M. and M. Wilson, e lot 7'J Howman Place add
Carrie It. Smith, e lot 1S Itowman Place add
Francis A. Smith, e :'2 ft. lot 1.1. w H ft. lot 14.Tubail's 1st add
F. I-:. Whlteman. lot 47 Dubairs 1st add :
W. It. Calvert, lot 'J Imball A. Keltner's sub of lots .0 to SI in
Dubails 4th add ;';"i"'
I-wis L. Vounr. lot 10 Duball A: Keltner's sub of lot 70 to M In Iu-
ball's 4th add
Marv .1. Tavlor and Ll.zie Havis. e .V, ft. lots 11 and 12. Duball A:
Keltner's "sub of lot 7t to Si in Duball's 4th add ;
trace I. Jacks.. n. s .'U ft. lot 11. Duball Ai Keltner's sub of lots 0 to
M In Duball's 4th add ,
Naae H. Kv.in. bep. nt ne er of lot 17. Itowman .".rd add., thence w
M 1-.". ft. 'th s ".Ml ft., th e SI l-.. ft., th n .SV0 ft. to place of hop
T. Alexander Phillips. v .".4 ft. lot 44, Howman's Hrl add
Mphriau Hrlck, lot ."o. Pow man's :inl add
P.erthah Zelka. lot si. Hownian's ..tlj add
.!.. Csetiar and Kose Krulovits. bt s.::. i:vman's 5th add
Kmnia Jaeksoii, lot ts Howman's ."th add
Kllzaheth Hose, lot 17l! Itownian's ."th flld
John J. Detzler, lot 1''. How man's ."th add
('. P. iMK'omh. lot li Ilowman'H "tli add
Thos. W. Slick, lot P.owman's r.th add
Clvde ;. Mlkixell. lot '27 Howman's e.fh add
A." it. and I. M. Kims, lot !. Fisher's South Side survey
Josephine Khulde. bd IX Fisher's South Side survey
W. M. ami M. J. Weld, let l'.r,. Fisher's South Side survey
Uowinan (Vmeterv Asn.f hesln 4oJ.."7 ft. south of the nw cor of sw
.,f is two a7 n r.-. e. tl s 77s. 7." ft. th e e.l.".. ft. th n 77S.75 ft. th w
. sm . .mm s. 1 . . . A. I 1
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Chun. Weidler. lot 2, South Last add
W. II. Itoyd. lot South Fast add
S. 12. She.ir. lt e".. Soutti Fast add
NO. Nil. MISHA WAKA AVE. TKFNK SEWEK.
Martha GorLtl. lot 77. P.erner rove. 1st add
Theresa Krteser. lot 7. l?t add to Ulverdale
NO. t5. MAIN ST. TKUNK SEWEH
Jas. and IT. L. Itver. lt 1." Sontli Liwn add
NO. Ml. N I N 17TF KNTH ST. JUINT LATCILVL SKWKK.
P'lora E. Koblnson. lot .V, Klverdale
NO. 7S1. PENNSYLVANIA AVE. WATEK CONNIXTION.
C. M. Wentrer. lot 111 Wen per A K re lphba urn's 2nd add
no. 7;s. st. i.ons st. w ate n connection.
Walter Donovan, lot 2.1 Turnock A- Mack's add
NO. tK. SAMPLK ST. THI NK SF.WEK.
Jos. A. Werwlr.ski. lot X. E. P. Taylor's add
NO. 7:7. TENTH ST. tJKADE, CFKH AND WALK.
W M Smith Int rl7 l:.rnr Crnvi" P.r.l ndil
W. H. Smith. 1K 4.;'. Eerner (irove T.rd add ,;s
W. II. Smith, lot 4".7. Perner ;rove 3rd aid
NO 2o. VIKINTA ST. PIPE S EWE It.
C. M. "Weti;;er. lot t;i. Wenper A. Krelphbaum's 2nd add
NO. S2.S. VAKIOFS STS. CEMENT WALK AND CTI.B.
Clara Huff, w U of lot ex 17 ft. x 40 ft. in se or, bd 77. Dowman plief
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lo07 E. :. Danna Estate, v; .V, ft. of n '. ft. of lot ,(, p.owman Plaee add ll.-"
I. CLAItENCE SEIHIWICK. Auditor of St. Joseph County, Indlani. hereby
certify that the alove and forepoinp Is a correct list of land and town bds In said
rounty, returned and remaining delinquent for nou-payment nt street lmprt rements
lue on them, and for individuals owinp the same, for the year 1015 and previous
years, and that the same are severally charpeable with the amount ef tases with
which they stand elmrped on said INt and which said list was duly mvrded In
my office on the 21st dav of September, A. D.. 19L".
Witness tny hand aiid seal of said county hereto affixed at South Bend, this
21st day of September, A. D., l'.15.
CLARENCE FEDCWICK.
22.20 'V Auditor ef St. Joseph County, Indiana.
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Vou Pay Iw For It Ilert?. InTrstlAte.
ef-.eistkornf'
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iso x. iiaix sr.
Read NEWS-TIMES Want Ads
EYES EXAMINED
and Ueadache relieved without tlie ctt
of drufr. by
GUARANTEE SHOE CO.
Successors to
THE HANS SHOE CO.
125 N. Michigan SL
HARRY LYERRICK
Cllliafal Home 5715
Director
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Ambalancr
CariiaK
South Bend's Leading: Optometrlit
.j3d ManuTivcturlDS' Optician.
t2H 8. Mich. St, Open till B p. m.
Uorne phone 04. BeU 47.
Sundays from 9 to 10:.TO a. m. by
Appointment.
Farmers, don't sow wheat until
you have treated it for smut.
See
The Wesley Miller Flour &
Feed Co.
420 S. Mich. St. 210 V. Tutt St,
Public Drug Store
124 N. Michigan St.
"The Cut Rate Drug Store"
The Wlilt IXoaae of
XlfHlcrn Itonse InrninJicrx
S0 to 310 So. Mich. St.
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lot lis South
BULLS FIND MART
IT ONE-SIDED
lly .fo-'ph I Irit haril.
CHICAGO. opt. r.0. Wheat bulls
(lU.-ovcred Wrdm.suay that the s.il
itur was not as easy as they imagined.
and that tin markt-t i.s far from a
one-sided a flair. Sentiment anions
tho local trado was o-verw htdminsly
I'Ullish at the opening of th market,
Itut prices at the close showed losses
f 1 for tho S'!t'inlitT and lc for
th deferred months. Heavy selling
turned the market downward shortly
after trading eoiiHneneed. and later a
report that the allies had gained a
I i victory in the Dardanelles cau.wl
general pressure. There were also
rumors that Canada might remove its
duty on wheat, and fear of heavy
amounts of the Canadian grain eom
imc into our markets alo had vt iht
is a --.arket factor. It developed that
the Ions interest in wheat accumulat
ed Tuesday was greater than generally
t-uppo-i. d with the result that the mar
ket ot only limited support Wednes
day. The v.ealM;rd rrjMrted export sal's
of ."("'.ooo luishels wheat, mainly Man
itoh.i. IrKiahall reports that the
hiKh Kean freight ratf-s are Interfer- !
ins with eprt l-as:nes. prices from
Atlantic ports to Liverpool -hovinpr an
advaiiCe of aVout 4c a hushel in the
past two wt'ks. lineal sliipidns sales
w re only 1 ,",'' ' Pusliels. i'ash wheat
sold on a huis ahoiit stuly with that
of the previous session. Premiums at 1
pr;n wln.it markets were weaker.
More nun fell in the Canadian north
wot an 1 sections of our northwest
nd some f.:llln off in the movement
is looked for. though Wednesday's
receipts at Winnipeg and northwest
markets vn.rc almost uouMe those of
k. ear auo.
.' ptemher corn closed at a loss of
'. J-4 cents Wednesday under long li-
jutatin and !y receivers who
preferrel to do this and send earlots
to store rather than attempt to rind
Layers fi r t .ish orn. T'ie l itter was
2 -i 2 -'2 cents low r with demand very
limited and local sales 1 7 3 .)' husheL.
New crop months were not under
much pressure and lavished l-2'i5-S
cepts low t r. l.'nsi tiled and cdler
weather in the (din 1 It . with frost
in u stern portion--, cheeked selling
of deferred deliveries.
.epteiiii-er oats W re sold freely hy
cash concerns and t lo.sod witli a los.
of 1 1-4 I'll!.-'. Uefeired months ware
l.vr,j 1-4 (h;! M .v.r. Trade w.,s liht
and ii.e marktt was in:! ui'ticnl hy
t he ot ht r grains.
I.oc al eash S ih S ". ere J" 5,1 00 1U-
.hels while the s aioar4l reported
200, U00 bushels fv;r export.
t;il.t;s ft. to heKinnlnn exempt
ft. off tho north end
Thom;i O'Neil. lot South K.tst add...
Julius A. Kaioerer. lot 4o. South Itast add
Willlard A. Stover, lot South laist add
t "lenient and Irviu Fisher, lot 107. South Kast add
Julius Kanierer. lot 1X. South Kast add
Misliawaka rdlinir Currlagv Co. (A. Kites Tax TitM,
Kast add
Itow man Vmeterv Assn., ex w 1JO ft. lot 102, South Hast add
Maude Weidler. iVgln at nw ror of se of see '21 twp T.7 n r2 c, th e
lCi ft. th r, 'JiM ft., th w Ho ft., th n "J00 ft. to place ef leg
Jerry and Cynthia 1 oiiovan. lot 1. i:kman's akslde plat
.Marv Fistier. lot 1 Mekman s Oakslde plat
.Terrv and Cvtitbla Donovan, lot 17. I'ekman's Oakslde plat
Frank iilnier. lot 4'.. '.'ml add to oakside
I'.arNara Selmeider. lot .Vj. .",ru add to Oakslde
J. M. Ilarrett and C. C. Nelson. 'JiH ft. af n end of that part of se of
see I:; tup ;7 n r'2 e that lies east of a line ieT ft. west of west line
of Seott St.. produced south
Leah F.versole. lot 4. Calvert's suh of lot 1 to IS in Orchard Lawn add..
Wm. S. Harris, s I'lU ft. ex '2x?0 ft. of lot 10, Calvert's sub of lots 1
to is In Orchard Lawn add
Ait .1. o. Klrsh. s :u ft. of lot '-'s in South Lawn ndd
II. M. and M. Austin, hetr nt the intersection of the n line of Victoria
st. and the west line of Mich, st., th n 40 ft., th w 1C" ft. to alley.
th s 40 ft., th e HtT ft. to the place of beginning (Iot in Stull's
proposal Cth addition
NO. sir,. P.ItOADWAY ST. IMTK SFYVFIL
Olive Berlin, n ft. lot LD0, Wenger & Krelghbauin's replat of Wenger's
Cth add -
Mary C. Itogers. n ft. f s 70 ft. lot iSH-"J0o, Wenger & Kreighbautn's
replat of Weaver's f.th add
I. I. and L. 11. Leslie, lot 'JO- Wenjrer Kreljrhbaum's replat of Wen-
per' a "th add
James A. Taylor, lot 1!2. Wenper & Kreighbautn's replat of Wenger's
r.rh add
C. F. and C. L. KoeuherRer. lot '2i Wenger A: Kreighbaum's replat of
Weiifrer's r.th adil
Mary M. F.unn. w f(. of lot 17, Wenper ix Krelphbaum's .replat of
Wenger's Oth add
NO. S.M-. CIILKKY ST. PII'L SI'WEK.
Joseph Knnzvskl. s .",s ft. Jt '2. Klrby s sub dlv of 1L O. L. W
Susie Julias f. en gel. lot 11. Harlln's sn! U v of It. O. L. S2
no. s,-.4. cottaoi: (jiiovi: ayi:. ltuiciv i'avkmknt.
John W. Nikart. heg :?" ft. of se cor f lot lu Fuerbringer's "Jnd add..
th n "X ft., th w ft., th k X ft., th e 7d ft. to place of beg
NO. s-tj. CAI.VItltT ST. I'll'F SLYVFU.
T. Alexander Fhilllp. w 31 ft. of lot 44 .'towman's 3rd add
Fphrlam l'.rick. lot M Ilowman's T.rd add
NO. 10. CtlLLF;i: ST. PI PL SKWKK.
The S. A. R Co.. lot .2) IMeas'ant Clew sub dlv
The S. A. h. Co., lot as. Ple.-ip.iut Ylew sub dlv
The S. A. H. Co.. b t "7. Pleasant View sub div
NO. r17. CoNIi:.MNATI()N FUU 1 'AS I' Ml". NT UN TIIK WOW MAN CKFF.K
SKWKK.
A. If. and K. Wake, lot H. Studebaker's 3rd add
J. M. and M. J. Yllon. e L, lot '2 Itowman place add
M. I.. Smith. lt s.. P.ownTan's ."th -id.l
Ceo. Lang, lot I'.C Ilowman's ."th add
W. L. Cardetiier. lot 4." Fisliers South Side survey
Clement and I. Fisher, lot 107 South K:ist add
Mary K. Albright, all that part ef sw of sec 21 twp .17 n r2 e ihat
lies ii and w of the old 11 u pel road now vacated, ex right of wav
to the T. II. A. L. i:. II. Co
jor.t"1-. Granville ;igler. lot 7 T'.rd add to Oakslde
jut U) Lphriani Frlek. lot ,) ibiwinan s add to Mvier
NO. S.-4I. IMTtAIL A VI'. JKAIING
Warner WIo. lot "'- Oak Park 1st add..
Ferdinand C. Kallies, lot 4:?. Oak I'ark 1st add
lVrdhoiiid C. Kalliei. lot 4'2. Oak Park 1st ndl
(Juilford and o. Ilerlln. lot .".. 0;ik Park 1st add
X. C. Lehnian. lot 7. ak Park "Jnd aild
C. F. and A. Kinyin. lot ss. o.-ik Park 2nd nibl
NO. S20. DAYTON ST. PIPF SKWKK.
Jolm Hoffman, n ."" ft. l't hs ami loo. II. Studebaker's 3rd add
Sarali A Patterson, lot 104. II. Studebaker's 2nd add
Sarah A. Patterson, lot 10:.. If. Studebaker's 2nd add
Sarah A. Patterson, lot 102. II. Studebaker's 2nd add
C. F. Smith and C. P. PuConib. lot v0. Oak Park 2nd add
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2nd add
W. II. and L. Klc-gs. lot s. South Ka. add
Pearl Po-ton. lot 110. II. Studebaker s 2nd add
No. sl2. M'KAIL AYI. PIPK SKWKK.
A'dert L. Kern, lot 45. II. StmlebakeCs 1st add
V. K. F.ovd. lily 37 ft. lots 1 '2K tak T;trk 1st add
Wari er W!e. lot 52. Oak Park 1st a. Id
W. It. Hoy.!, bee at ?e cor lot .7. oak Park 2nd add., th n .V.2 ft.,
tit w lio ft., tli s :;"d.. ft., th e 110 ft. to beginning
NO. 75'.. OFNHAM ST SKWKK SYSTKM.
Kos.-itisko P.uibling V Loan Assn.. l-.t 5 iMiball's snub div of lot 1 to
15 iJorsu h's 3ril add
No. s:H;. I.11Y. PAKKY. FKANC'S AND 1UYISIO.N ST. PIPK SKWKK.
W. K. Mc Henry, lot 4. August Payer's 1st add
I". C. lo iter. 51 ft. e end ex rr. lot 2. Parry's 1st add
Y. L. Johnson, n '.. lot 1. Keek's add
NO .77. FOItP ST. P.KICK PAYKMKNT.
Frank Kvmer. lot 1. Wilson's uh dlv of li. O. L. 14
No. o3t.. rnl ST. TKFNK SKWKK.
Paul and Kosa Slpotx. btJ 7.. -x part taken bv rr. ;o-such"si Zlh add
No. sr. INDIANA AM. TKFNK SKWKK.
Josephine Kimble, lot 13. Fisher's South Sble survey
K. 11. Jenu'gan. lot 17. Fisher's Sontli Side survey
W. L. t'ardculer. 1 t 45. Fisher's South Side survey
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Honest Advertising Specialists
The fraudulent, the misleading; the disreputable advertiser is jrrad-uail-
beinR thrown out of the columns of reputable newspapers. Hon
est business men and honest newspapers no longer tolerate dishonest
advertising and questionable business methods. In recent years laws
have been passed by many states against false or fraudulent state
ments or advertising, compelling the advertiser to live up to eaeh ad
that he publishes.
Honest magazines and honest newspapers will no longer accept
fraudulent advertising or misleading propositions; honesty has long
been spoken of as the beat policy, and today it is being demonstrated
as being good business. The business that is built upon a reputable
and honest square deal and dealings with truthfulness in its advertis
ing becomes a permanent fixture, gets and holds business at a less cost
than the one that cheats and lies.
There is no longer any place in the business world for those that
entice the "unwary to their place of business on false pretenses and
then deceives and robs the victim by taking advantage of them and by
statinp: that they have something else just as Rood.
. A square deal is what is being demanded by all, and we, as an ad
vertiser, believing in advertising, we believe in a business methoii thnt
i absolutely a square deal. That's why we use the business methods
that we do; so many have been deceived in the past that many ..f
them have become skeptical, and many a man that is honest and
square sometimes suffers for others' wrong doing.
Our Business Policy
For yeais has been to base our business matter upon the teachings
and practice of the leading medical men of the world. We adhere
strictly to the truth in our business and our statements to our patients,
dealings with them at all times fairly, squarely and honestly, and that
Is just the reason that wc are here today.
We have been in business here for years, and we have a lease for
several years. We have five rooms at our present location and will
renew same at the expiration of those years.
Other doctors come and go, but our work has been, and is today,
mere appreciated and our practice is larger than any other specialist
in the middle west and is growing every year. Since we have located
in South Bend we have seen any number of doctors locate here, stay a
short while, pull up and move on. We are proud of our record, and
there is a reason for our being able to successfully breast the onslaughts-
and unfair attack of many of our competitors, and thrive in
spite of their unfair advantages and empty talk. This reason is truth
ful advertising and honest dealing.
Our Business is Conducted on Just as
High a Plane as Your Bankers
or Merchants
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DR. W. N. LAWHON, Consulting Physician.
Over twenty years experience. This is my picture. When you call
you will see me and be treated by me personally each time you call.
Oldest and longest established and reliable men's specialist in the city.
We are responsible. not only financially, but we are also competent
and thorough specialists. The methods that we employ are endorsed
by all the leading Specialists all over the world, but it requires thou
sands of dollars to equip an oir.ee equal to ours. That's why oth-r spec
ialists and hundreds of physicians are not prepared to treat you. Comn
to the old reliable Specialists.
a We will accept any case of Rupture, Piles, Varicocele or Hydrocele and permit you to deposit a draft in the
First National Bank, or your Bank, made payable to yourself and instructing them to place same to our account
after you have been cured. We are the only reputable physicians in this line of work who will take such cases on a
guarantee. By doing this, you are absolutely certain of a cure. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain,
and if we were not perfectly sure of our work, we could not do business this way very long, but instead, have been
doing so for years. We have adopted this plan because so many have been swindled by quacks and fakers; not one
of them will permit a patient to deposit his money until a cure has been effected.
WE POSITIVELY
CURE
V. F. Hill. llo ft. lot '-'I. .ik l'ark l!t :ld.
Tiet'.a IT. I '.en tier, lot "ja.
'1 ii tl.i i:. I'.eiuier. lot 2-2.
n.-ira 1 1 ii rr. w .j lot 77
.1. M. ;uid M. M. WiNon.
II. Stude!:iker' lt add
II. Stndt'l.jtker's Ut add
r.ovm:t:i I'i.o-e add
e l-i lot 7" Itowm.-iti I'lare add.
Virki7.i-r-r.iidurnnt 'o.. l't 111 YVenrer A. KreiphNautn' Jnd add.
NO. MM. LINCOLN ST. t'LWIL'NT WALK.
YWrwinskl. l.-t ."'. K. I. Taylor' add
VY.-rw i;iki. lot :57. II. I". Taylor's add
. Kaiie!i-r. lot .Is. I'.. P. fa lor add ,
V-rw Inskl. lot 1:. p. Taylor's add ,
Yenvinkl. n two-third of lot 40. V.. V. Tavlor s ndd ,
no. s:rj. milton sr. riri: SCWLK.
Kaa. lot 14. South i;.it add
.1. C. Katuerer. lot 40. South List add
I.iivretla J. Keinl.old. lot .. South ::.t add
I'Nas. Weldler. lot '-'-2, South i:at nld
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r;a. Weidier. I t 4" South Lat add
Chav Weldler. h-t 47. South Lat add
I. s. Wain. ,,tt. lot 4 South i;.t add
Joh. Walns.ott, lot 4'.. South Last add
"lia. t'tla.Hsin.ui, i: 40 ft. of e so ft. of lots 51 and .VJ. South Ka-t ada.
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Varicocele, Hydrocele, Blood Poison,
Stricture, Rupture, Piles, Fistula, Ulcers,
Skin D iseases. Kidney and Bladder
Troubles, Private and Special Diseases.
Honesty Best Policy
When we tell a man he is going to get 914 or 60 6, he gets it and
net a dose of colored water, or in some instances we know of, plain.
clear water. Our methods are clean and no one can tempt us to do a
dishonest deed or criminal art. Our reputation is worth more to us
than all Jour money. Honesty makes for permanence, whether it be
in the construction of a preat building: or the foundation of a success
ful business. Truthful advertising and honest methods will pas. The
cheat, the liar, the one who makes false promises or takes unfair ad
vantage, will fail every time.
The Treatment and Cure
of PILES, IfYimOCKLK, VAUICOCKLi:, PIVTTATIC i;NLAKfil
MUXT, XKKVOUS DKHILITV, IJLOOI) POISON and all curable dis
eases, defects and weaknesses of the Pelvic Organs; IlLADDLK and
KIDNluY DISK ASKS. We offer you honest and faithful treatment, a
permanent cure in curable cases at a fair and just fee. for t'd work
much less than many charirt for inferior work without the use of
the knife. jain, los f blood or time. No unnecessary or Ur-.Us druir-
ginj. No lies. No wiquostionable propositions. No ;idvanLuro taken
or allowed. YOU KNOW ,1V sT WHAT ()V AKI! .OlN(i INTO III
FOHK YOU ST A I IT. All conditions, fees, expenses, prob.i'.de time f,r
a cure, the chance of a euro, ami all necessary ir.forniat; r. is given
you before you start treatment. Can one bo ir.ore fair?
No Incurables Taken
We will not accept your case for treatment unlfss ou are curable.
Call and permit us to examine you free, of charge. L t us explain to
you our methods. Let us explain to you rnir b ;.:nvs niethoils, and
if your case is curable we will frankly tell you so, a::d if not, wo will
advise you what is best for your case.
There are very few days pass but what someone calls at our o:!;ce
for treatment that have waited until too late, o come and invt st:-atj
today. If your case is curable- wo will tell you so and exactly what it
will cost, on or about tho length of time that will be required to ac
complish results in your case.
Our Motto: "Advertise and let the people know what you can do, being sure to do
all you advertise or promise."
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS
FLEENER
MEN'S SPECIALISTS, SOUTH BEND, IND.
9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays, 9 to 12 A. M.
109V2 W. Washington Av., Over Peck's Shoe Store.
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