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Mm. Delpha Leonard and Mrs. Del
lift Kellar, of this plncc, visited at tliu
kosio of. Mr. R. Dnucliorty, In Dan
tllle, last week.
Hr. and Mrs. K. C. Myers wont to
"Columbus Monday and then to New
ark, Ohio, to visit relatives.
Ir. nnd Mrs. 0, II, Souring wore
'Columbub visitors on Saturday lust.
Mrs. F. H. Strublo, formerly of Cln-s-tervlllo,
now operator at tho Hell tele
phono exchange In thin plncc, enter
Talued lant Friday afternoon, Mrs.
Hlley Meredith, of Toledo, and Mrs.
William Strublo, of Chcatorvllle, Mr8.
Hoy Lewis of Krodeilcklown.
Mrs. Walter .lohnsoti, of Wutcrford,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mis. Ilnrr,
at Sparta, tho post week.
Froderlcktown will have a Chautau
qua beginning Tuesday, .Inly 23rd, and
laatlug eight days If all goes well.
"Prcderlcktown wanted such a course
a year ago, but owing to delays, tho
matter was not put in shape to go
abend until after It was too Into to su
ture Uio necessary talent to have a
first class Chautauqua. This year
arrangements have boon In progress
for n long time and now thcro Is ev
ery rcosou to bellovo that when tho
Hbjo comes to shove the mnttor fin
ancially and announce the list of en
tertainers that tho enterprise will ro--oelvei
the unanimous support of tho
peoplu In this part of the county.
Rev. and Mrs. 11. J. Jones attended
tho District Couferonce at Utlca tho
pant wuek.
Work has been resumed on the now
building for tho Hyatt & Ireland gar
ogu which is boiug built on West First
Mr. W. L. McOaughy Is building a
now barn.
Mrs. Ida Davis wns a visitor at Ak
ron. Ohio, tho past week, called there
"by tho Illness of Mrs. I'M. Urumbaugh.
Mr. J. 13. Footo and Mr. J. II. Don
Mail wero ML C! I load visitors one day
hurt, week, going thoro to hoar Wil
liam Jennings Dryan.
Mr. Paul Adams and Mrs. Clarence
Darling started for California tho past
Dr. .1. II. ICenwull, our veterinary
nurgcon, has purchasod a new Ford
automobile. Wo don't know what ho
will do If his machine gets sick, al
though ho Is very skilled with horses.
Mr. C. C. Capp and Mr. II. Clark, of
Washington, D. C, civil engineers,
wore in Fredorlclttown tho llrst of tho
vrntik, taking elevations In this vicini
ty for the use ot tin; government.
' The Zolg foundry Is ugalii being oiki
ilarcrxl Uils (lino an extension being
pat on tho south end or (ho moulders'
Tootn. This concorn continues to grow
and tbu products they put out arc sent
all over tho world.
Mr. .loo Wilson Is building a new
barn on the lot whore ho expects soon
to iniild his now rosldeuce.
Mr. Charles Touts Is planning to ie
wove tho residence ho now occupies to
mother location on Main street, and
then build a new house on the lot vu
oatad. Mr. C. .1. I.ovtill Is tho happy owner
of u now Courier automobile.
Mm. Vrancls Hoauo visited relatives
.hi Crnlerbiirg tho past week.
Minn Mabel Fawcott visited at tho
kotw: of Kov. and Mrs. Tims. I lam
Uy. at Ilollvue, Ohio, last week.
Mrs. I). L. Thompson, of ZanoHvillo,
Ohio, visited with Mrs. M. .1. Fawcott
last Saturday.
'Mr. J. C. Cook of tho Cook Manu
facturing Co., was in Columbus on
Thursday and Friday ot last week
wbero he made n big salo ot his safe
ty bridles.
Miss Grace llartlott, who has been
KiMinUIng the winter with lutr slslor,
Mra. U. W. Whltford, returned to Co
lofcnbua tho past week.
Rev. Williams, of .Sumner, 111,, war,
a visitor in this vicinity tho past
Mrs. I'. T. Flnnel ot Chostorvllle.
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, King
Oloasou near Frederlcklown, several
duju the past week,
y&T&. Addu Itaudolph of Ht. .loo, Mis
souri, visited relatives in this vicinity
tho pant week.
Altoruoy l I.. Wllklns of Mt. Ver
bou, aUomli-d tho funeral of Mr. Win.
Ttltuiey in this place on Tuesdny aftor
noon. Mr. John Kltioluirt died at his homo
two iniluu south of this place on Him--day
1n.nl from old uge. Tho tuueral
wi held on Wednesday at 10 a. m.
at the homo and Interment In Forest
owattery at Froderlcktown. The do
cttuibd wna eighty-four years old ut
tho tlrao of death, and hi survived by
his wife, four hons and two daughters,
Mr. J, F, Amos Is to move IiIh liar
neos buRlnoss into the corner room ot
Umi Odd Follows building next week.
A new front Is to ho put In and the
Tootn greatly liupiovi-d for this grow
ing businusH.
On IiIb thlrty-lirth birthday Mr.
Dempsey Ooodull was given a rousing
surprise party. Twenty of his friend
caino In on the occasion and hold a
B party that was onjoyed by all,
Supper wuB sorved,
Tho ladlos of tho Methodist church
told u missionary campdro last Still
er that netted tho causo $20 In do
nations, Tho program rendered was
as follows:
Song, America.
Prayer, by tho pastor, Hov. Jones.
Dialogue, Kathcrlne Daguo, Yoneta
Urlggs, Olive Klnnoy and Kvyllno
Readings, by Mrs. Kirk, Mrs.-HIckB,
Mrs. Montis, Mrs. Uartlett, Mrs. Lowls
and Mrs. Davis.
Sounding bugle calls of missions.
Readings by Mrs. Durblu, MrB.
Readings, Mrs. Howes, Mrs. Den
man, MrH.,Kdwards.
Missionaries' Song, Margaret Mar
pic. Reading, Mablo Davis.
Responses by congregation.
Address, Rov. Jones,
Song,' "Tenting Tonight."
Mr. J. S. Leedy has moved to his
residence In Uutlcr, O.
Rov. Q. S. Straushaugh and wife
were guests at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Harnett Workman last Sunday.
Mrs. H. D. Sylor Is visiting relatives
at Sugar Creek this week.
On Wednesday evening, May 1, the
Christian Endeavor Society of tho
Presbyterian church will give a homo
talent play and entertainment nt the
church, the former being ontltlcd
"Young Doctor Dovlno" with the fol
lowing characters: Rebecca, tho moni
tor, Mary Rlnehart; Elizabeth, the
restless, Mattlo Hums; Marie, tho writ
er, Wilda Rlnehart; Grace, a writer
also, Holcn Klmo; Rose, tho reader
and Inquisitor, Leona Wngner; Maud,
tho grammarian, Sylva Eastman; Lau
ra, who conjugates In Latin, aortrudc
Grossman; Madam, tho principal, Ger
trude James; Doctor Dovlno, femalo
physlclun, Luella Linn. This promises
to bo a very Interesting entertainment.
Mr. K. S, Walker and family, of
Lorain, Ohio, vlBlted at the homo of
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Heal from Friday
last week until Monday.
Miss 1211a Letor visited with her sis
ter, Mrs. J. 10. Adams in Columbus, on
Sunday last.
On Sundny evening, April 21, Mr.
Charles Leonard and Miss Hlnncho
Ileal wero mii"r!ed at tho homo of tho
bride's parents, tho Rov. G. S. Straus
baugh olllciatlng.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Floyd Ileal, of Duller,
visited tho formor's paronts, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Hoal, on Sunday last.
There Is talk ot having n base ball
team again this summer. Tho boys
hud a hard time kcuplug up their or
ganization lust year and It was feared
that there would not bo enough Inter
esl loft to revive tho team this sea
son. However Fredmlcktown scorns
lost without a good bnll team and
those Interested in this sport will see
to It that the hoys are fully supported
In their enterprise.
Mr. Hugh Rlnoluut, of Akion, was
called hero tho first of tho week by
the death of his grandfather.
Mr. Harvey Soyler, ot Ankonytowu,
was a Froderlcktown visitor on Tues
day. Mrs. Ada Meredith of Toledo, Ohio,
who has boon visiting hor grandmoth
er, returned homo Tuesday.
Mrs. I'hoobo Strublo, of Lucerne, Is
reported seriously III.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Foote were Mt.
Vernon visitors on Sunday lust.
Mr. Leo Lonzo, of Mt. Vernon, wub
In Fredeiicktown, on Tuesday Inst.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rluohnrt on
tertnlued relatives from a distance the
tlrst of the week,
Mr. F. M. Moore, Mr. S. While, Mr
J. G, Hoolh Irom Pennsylvania wero
In this place the llrst of the week buy
ing up somo of our lino horses
Mr. J. K Lincoln shipped a car load
of Hue draft horses from this place on
Tuesday or this week.
Mr, .1. T llrougliton, ol Mt. Voiium,
Mr. F. M. (larder, Mr. II. L Hochumn,
and Mr Robert II. McGowou of Cleve
land wore in Fredeiicktown on Satur
day with propositions to furnish the
now machinery for tho water works.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woolford ol Ash
laud, Ohio, who visited tho lattor'n
paronts hero lust week, returned home
on Saturday last.
Mrs. M, J, Gallon of Mt. Vernon, vis
ited at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. M.
P Howes on Tuesduy of this week.
Tho sheriff made a quick run from
Mt Vernon In un automobile on Tues
day night to sorvo a warrant on Mr.
Frauk Strong, who had just arrived In
Froderlcktown from tho west, Mr,
Strong 1'oniioriy resided west ot Pal
myra with his wife and live- children,
but who on account of domestic dlt-
llcultles some time ago thought It best
to take a western trip,
After suffering tor sot oral weeks
from diabetes and abscess on thu
brain, Mr. William A. Klnnoy, died at
his home, Froderlcktown, on Sundny
afternoon ut 2 o'clock, at tho ago of
thirty-eight years. The funeral was
hold ut the residence at one o'clock
on Tuesday Rev, Jones and Rev.
Pressley otllclatlng, Tho deceased
leaves a wife and one daughter and a
number of othor relatives, lie was n
member of tho Modorn Woodmen anil
a K. of P. Interment was made In
Forest cemetery.
Attornoy David F. lOwlug of Mt. Ver
sion, candidate for Probate Judge,
wnB a Froderlcktown visitor on Wed
nesday of this week.
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.J. LOCK .J.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Stoughton, Mrs,
Helen Shuff, Misses Mnbol Drcztllo
and Edna Shuff wero Newark visitors
Mr. Orley Bird and son Charles,
wero In Mt. Vernon Saturday.
Mr. C. C. Jackson made a business
trip to Columbus .Monday.
Miss Mayo Mitchell Is In aMrys
vllle, O., nttonding tho Central Ohio
Mr. H. C. Franks has gono to Mt.
Vernon to work.
.Mrs. J. M. Hlgglns Is III.
Mr. Searlo Munson of Larue, Ohio,
visited friends hero over Sunday.
Mr. Karl White closed n successful
year of school hero Tuesday. On
Wednesday Mr. nnd Mrs. White move 1
to a farm near Gambler.
Sirs. Clyde Durgoon nnd daughter
Virginia, returned homo from Colum
bus Saturday where they visited rela
tives. ! ! 4 f f
-Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Heal visited at
C. A. Deal's, Sunday.
Klla Teeter visited relatives In Co
lumbus over Sunday.
Mrs. Harvey Syler is visiting rela
tives at Sugar Creek.
Prof. 10. S. Walker, and family of
Lorln visited friends hero over Sun
day. '
Zack Hurgor and wife, Phil Reeder
anil wlfo and Wm. Montgomery and
wife were guests of David Illvoly and
wlfo Sunday.
Ross Syler of Climax calleil on
friends horo over Sunday.
Samuel Montis and wife of Froder
lcktown visited friends here Saturday
and Sunday.
Several from here attended tho fun
eral of Mrs. Karl Dunmire nt North
Liberty Sunday afternoon.
Chas. Swank spent Sunday with
.Mrs. Oyster and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Phillips called on
Mrs. Phillips's parents, Mr. and Mrs,
J. .1 Hrubaker, Sunday evening.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charleb Grubb or Con
torburg wero tho guests of Mr. Hour
Grubb and family Sunday.
The cottage pruyor mooting wns held
at the homo -of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. I.
Slulmplln Sunday evening.
Mrs. Mamo Scott and children vis
ited with her slstor, Mrs. O. 10. Nixon
of near Froderlcktown one day last
Mrs. Albeit Wolford is on our sick
Miss Nellie linker wns the guest of
her parents, Mr. Chas, Maker and
family Sunday.
Tho ladles' aid mot with Mrs, A. W.
Hoar Wednesday.
Mr. Krnest Vlnn and lamlly was tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. ljrod Fletcher
The Rev. Wells visited In this com
munity Monday.
Quite a number attended the show
er of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fletcher on
Wednesday evening,
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X fc I I I ! J v ! I I I i
The fanuurs uio working hard to
got In their crop,
Miss Nora Uurcli closud her school
here Saturday. She taught a succes.i
till term. Tho parents nnd children
wish for her back tho third term, Tho
school gave an Interesting entertain
ment and debate on Thursday evening.
A lingo crowd attended.
Mrs. lOlizabeth Lawrence has been
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rarmurs here are busy plowing and
sowing oats.
11, Maxtor ot Ashley Is staying at
the home of 10. D. Johnson.
Mrs. II. C. Thompson of Frederick
town spent last Saturday with Mrs,
Sarah Murphy.
Spencer Hair, who routed the -lumtu
Hulr farm near Chestorvlllo, moved
last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Orattoii Williams wero
calling on friends on Monday,
Howard Alglre spent Saturday night
with Lloyd Fldlos.
llertlia Johnson purchased a nice
driving horse of Clendon Munn on
Hay Lyudo of Mt. Vernon Is visiting
at the homo of his sisters, Mrs. Hoy
Cochran and othor relatlvos.
Lewis Wort. Is the owner ot 11 lino
draft horao which he purchased lust
Thursday of Wllhes Flke. near Olios
tenlllo. Mr. and Mrs, Frank 'Column spent
Sunday with their daughters, Mrs.
Mont 00 Tobln.
Mrs. Ida Koyos, Mrs. Hello Freder
icks and Mrs. Annie Venules, who are
on tho sick list avo improving slowly
Mr, and Mrs. K, D. Johnson and
daughter Bertha, entertained on Sun
day Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray L. Johnson, Mi.
Sarnh Murphy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Coch
ran, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lowls Wortz, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Amos Vernloa and H, Bates
of Ashley and Hay Lyndo of Mt. Ver
non. Mrs. Etta Fldles and son Lloyd,
spent Saturday In Mt. Vernon and
Mr. Qeorgo Johnson Is sufferini;
from a severe attack of kidney trou
ble. L
$ l j .j j. $ j j .j ! j,
.J. J J. J J. . . t J. .J. .J, J .
Rov. Mr. S'tevens of Granville will
preach at Wood's church Sundny af
ternoon at three o'clock.
Mrs. Silas McKco of near Now Cast
le died Sunday morning aftor a linger
ing Illness of blood poison. The fun
eral wna hdkT at tho Presbyterlun
church at West Carlisle Tuesday morn
ing ut ton b'cloek.-
Mrs. Lydla ,fcKee and Miss Mary
Peterson spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Purdy of Plpesvllle.
Misses Bessie and Marie Heal are
very III of measles. Dr. Dillon is In
Miss Hnttio Maker closed a success
ful term of school at Butler Friday.
Tho entertainment given nt Rabbit
Ridge Friday night was well attended
and a splendid program was rendered.
Mr. and Mrs. Thudo MeNabb and
Mr. and Mrs. John MeNabb spent Sun
day with Clom MeNabb and family.
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Rev, I, E, Dennis
Rov. I. 13. Dennis, brother of W. J.
Dennis of this city, whose homo was
in Burhank, 6hlo, died nt Mt. Carmel
hospital In Columbus Wednesday
morning ut nbout 1 o'clock after a
four weeks' Illness caused by a para
letlc stroke complicated with diseas
es incident to old age. Ho was 71
years of age ut the time of his death
and Is survived by ono son, Dr. Den
nis, of Columbus, The funeral and in
terment at Burbank, Ohio, Friday
morning. Tho deceased was a voter
an of the clyll war, having been a
member of tl(e 60th O. V. I.
Mrs. Earl O. Dunmire
Mrs. lOarl vO. Duiuniro died at her
homo in North Liberty on April 19,
ngted 28 years. Tho deceased Is sur
vjyed.by horthu.bnnd qnd two, daugh
ters. The funeral sorvlce was held
at the M. 10 church at North Liberty
on Sunday uftornoon.
Peter Fink
I'etoi Fink, a woll known ruriuor,
residing on tho Mnrtlnsburg road, six
miles, from Mt. Vornon, died Wednes
day morning at 9 o'clock from the
oflocts of pmulysls with which hehad
boon ullllcted for two years. The de
ceased was 111 years of ago and is sur
vived bj his wife.
Katharine Umbaugh
Mrs. Katharino Umbaugh, wlfo of
John Umbaugh, died at tho family
residence, 500 Onk street, at 8:30
o'clock Tuesday evuning. The causo
ot hor death wus burdening of the ar
teries and 'tpoploxy. The deceased
wns formerly Miss Katharine Neu
pert and was born in Folb. Germany,
December 27. 1852. On Novombor 18,
1872, she was united in marriage to
Mr, John Umliuugh ut Akron, O. Tho
deceased is survived by her husband
and the following children: Helon
M Geoige W Frederick L., of this
city and John N., of Akron and Mrs.
Catherine Baxter of Columbus. For
many years Mrs. Umbaugh wus a
member of l ho Presbyterian church
of this city Tho funornl Friday af
ternoon ,u 2 o'clock from the lute
residence. Rev. W, A. Clenimor of
ficiating Intormont in Mound View
Ed Dever Returns Money Paid Him I'
His Medicine Falls to Do as
He Says
We positively guurautee satlsfuctorv
relluf or no pay to sufferers from kid
ney or urinary troubles. Should our
romedy fail to'glvo entire satisfaction,
wo will supply It free ot all cost to tho
U6or. That's a frank statement ot
facts, and we urge you to substntinto
thorn at our risk.
To re-establish nature's functions;
to strengthen, stimulate to activity,
and restore to porfoct health weak and
diseased kidneys and associate organ.-,
there Is really nothing wo know of
that equals Roxall Kidney Pills.
Wo cannot too highly recommend
RomiII Kidney Pills. To prove our
great faith In their elllcaclous and de
pondablo qualities; wo offer them to
you with our money-back promise
Surely that's tho best proof we can
offer thut our claims are sincere und
woll founded. Why not begin a treat
roont today? Prlco COc Sold In this
community only at our store- Tho
Roxall Store, Ed Duver.
Hiss Thrallhlll Will Co To' Accept
Position In Public Schools
It has Just become known that Miss
Fnunlo Thrnllklll, who has been for
sovernl years ono of tho city's capable
teachers, has accepted for noxt year
nn offer inado her by the superintend
ent of tho schools of Minneapolis at a
much lnrgor salary than she has re
ceived In Mt. Vernon.
Miss Thrnllklll will teach geography
in the upper grades where they
do department work. Her two years
spent abroad have been n factor In se
curing her the offor.
Tho local schools suffer a loss In
this change, but all will congratulate
Miss Thrnllklll In this advancement
to a largor work.
Having pretty munnors helps 11 lit
tlo girl, but all a little boy guts out
of pretty manners Is to huvo tho other
boys call him "Sissy." Atchison
Dr. J. A. McGiU'o
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all female diseases
Suffering Women try
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IOOIIi Visit to Mt. Vernon
, Apr. 29lh.
flnwMo Wnfroi9 a-m. to 6 p.m.
To the Truttoint ot Chronic Olseisss by Homo Uithoi
L. F. VOKE, Ph. G.. M. D.
Graduate. Ohio State University Storflnp: Medical Col
Iee, American Collrve of Optometry, fcHht yean of
American uoiirve 01 upiomctry. bint rears
Co and University train incr. Ncerlv twenty vri
vyuuece anu university training, weeny iweniy
nxiicnenre in me itm
rlenre In the treatment of CUUONIG D1SUASE3 of
Symptoms Most Common
to chronic nutTeren uro wcaknesn, nervooancM, dcipond
encf, sleepleunosa, dlicoaraRemcnt, lack of ambition,
raihnc memory, conf ujion of iueaa, poor circulation, head
ache, dizzinesa, hrnin and nerve ejehauation. palpitation
and Iluttcrinff of tho heart, weak and trcinblinir limbs,
worry, fear, pains In hcau. bark, abdomen or joint,
coogb, variable appetite, chub and flashes of heat, nhort
neu of breath, swelling of handA nnd f wt, dry or climmy
akin, coated tonjrue, Imd taste In month, saa In rtomach
and boweld, weak bock, 10ft and flabby nesb, faintncwi.
Impaired vision, pimples, bloating and many otlicr symp
toms Incident to diaeases peculiar to men ami women.
The vast majority of men and women am diflcior t In some
reapect. Many are not oxacUy sick, but loma chronic af
fection la auppIiiK their vital force. They attend to dally
duties but life has become a droit and wet much of its
Every Afflicted Man and Woman
nhooJd heed thctiu symptoms. They are nature's warning
that eomttthtnir Is wrong a cry for help. Temporary
relief la not sufllclcnt. The cause must bo discovered
and removed.
(member, that nearly every chronic dtaeaae. If tak
en in time, can bo cured by proper heme trmtment.
Neglect only leads to more aenoos results. Do not put
oil a matter of such vital importance, tiucccaaor t allure
In life depends on your physical and mental condition.
No matter what the disease, its tuxno or nature. If It la
chronic and nasccptlble to home treatment you are Invited
to coll or writo leirardiDir it. Kvcrythlnjr contidcnthtl.
Consultation, examination and advice free,
Ninety per cent of women softer from mdi form of fe
male weakness. Many, in aerret, are livinjr miserable,
unhappy Uvea. Do not let modesty destroy your health.
Simple home treatment, of the proper kind, If used In
time will prevent serious complications that may lead to
the necessity of dangerous operations and expensive hoa
iltal treatment Dr. Yoke's "Treatment at home plan"
not a "cure-all' remedy. Each case Is treated sepa
rately with remedies adapted to each individual. No
humillatlntr examinations. No operations. Itvreedles are
harmterm and can bo used In privacy. Mora than one-half
of Dr. Yoke's patients are women. Write if you cannot
call. Consultation free and confidential.
Mora rot Is printed and more fraud Is practiced on thai
class of dlsMics than all others. These unfortunates sure
ly aro entitled to n Niuara deal. Dr. Yoke wants every
man who ft weak, nervous, broken down, discoursffed 01
suffering from any disease caused by Ignorance, excesses,
contagion, incompetent treatment or neglect to read hia
book on sex hygiene entitled "A Physlolan'a Arivts t
Mia San Contains information that evwy parent and
young man should know, alo directions for home treat
ment that will euro many afflicted men without doctors,
drugs or expense. This book does not advertisa any
doctor, medical ftrm, or patent medicine. Mailed in plain
sealed package on receipt of 10 cents, stamps or eola.
Many rhronio troubles aro attended by defective vision
or eye strain. Classes Otted and furnished.
Why Consult Dr. Yoke?
He has mads rogulsr month! y visits to this community fur
fifteen years and has established a permanent practice
and reputation, Ills practice is limited to chronic dis
eases and be lias spent practically all his life In the
study and treatment of thcra, lie is In the prime of life
(forty-five) and at his very best to do good work. Ills
practice consists mainly of long standing cases who have
failed to obtain satisfaction elsewhere. At least three
fourths of his patients ore sent to bun by former natrons.
If he thinks he cannot help )uu bo will say uo. Ills treat
ment U easy to use and riutres no detention from occu
pation, family or home, llo does not depend on ''cure
all' remedies. Uach ease is treated separately with
remedies adapted to each individual. Injurious stomach
drugging is avoided. Ills tnUrnal remedies ore mild and
harmless. Sneeial directions ore tnren each ease regard
ing UIVl, UUlWIItf, IMlUtl. li:. IlilVM Iinwl7 ircviBI
directions for massae ore gjven and other local treat
ments aro devised uud furnuhod to mcot tho tocOs of
eacu case.
That Dr. Voko In Ites searching Investigation of his work
and methods, that hts best references are his many f lit mis
and patients, the result of fifteen years practleo In thU
community. That his charged aro so fair and reasonable
that the poorest working man or woman need not hesi
tate to apply for treatment. Most li t. Mtant of all, do
not put oft treatment until rompllcatir i or complete col
Ispsu comes. Oftentimes a few days of cick-a-bed illness
coita mora than a complete rourae of trvatment.
Writo for rYee Booklet, "i'nvctical Suggestions on How
to Keep Well.
9 LF. VOKC IV). D.
370 West sixth avc. columuuo, Ohio
Women of the highest type, women of
superior education and refinement, whose
discernment and judgment give weight and
force to their opinions, highly praise the won
derful corrective and curative properties of
Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets
Throughout the many stages of woman's life, from
girlhood, through the ordeals of motherhood to the
declining years, there is no safer or more reliable
medicine tor stomach troubles and constipation.
Sold Everywhere at 25 Cents a Box
hand. Tell us the kind you want. A child caii easily run it.
The clothes are rubbed, squeezed and thoroiiuhly washed, far better
than they can be by hand. Made of everlasting Louisiana Red Cypress
Wood. Order one on trial from your local dealer. Write direct to us
for booklet on washday hints.
THE BOSS WASHING MACHINE CO., Norwooa Station, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Headquarters for feeds of all kinds. You will save money when or
dering from us.
Exclusive Agents for SAL-VET.
Bran $1.50 per 100 lbs.
Middlings- 51.50 per 100 lbs.
Red Dog $1.60 per 100 lbs.
Corn and Oats Chop $1.60 per 100 lbs.
Shelled Com $ .95 per bu.
Ear Corn $ .95 per bu.
Choice Oats $ .75 per bu.
Wheat $1.20 per bu.
Rye ' $1.25 per bu.
Cracked Corn , $1.60 per 100 lbs.
Unbolted Corn Meal $1.60 per 100 lbs.
Screenings $1.40 per 100 lbs.
Beet Pulp $1.60 per 100 lbs.
Alfalfa Meal $1.95 per 100 lbs.
Daisy Dairy Feed $1.50 per 100 lbs.
Gluten Feed $1.85 per 100 lbs.
Cotton Seed Meal $1.80 per 100 lbs.
Oil Meal '. $2.25 per 100 lbs.
Calf Meal 4c per pound
Tankage (60 Protein) $2.75 per 100 lbs.
Tankage, (40 Protein) $2.20 per 100 lbs.
Salt. ' v $1.25 per bbl.
Flock" Salt 1c per lb.
Baled Hay $1.50 per 100 lbs.
Baled Straw $ .75 per 100 lbs.
Purina Chick Feed $2.10 per 100 lbs.
Purina Scratch Feed $2.10 per 100 lbs.
Success Scratch Feed $2.00 per 100 lbs.
Beef Scrap 30 per pound
Beef Meal V?c per pound
Poultry Bone y 3c per pound
Oyster Shells $ .70 per 100 Ibu,
Chicken Grit $ .70 per 100 lbs.
Charcoal 3c per pound
Large cr small orders delivered to any part of the city. Terms Cash.
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