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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL l; 191).
TEETH ACHE? DON'T LET THEM
TsD WVPTH An3 Staff of Expert, Carefnl Dentists
IIy. VV I til 11 can StoD lhe pain immediately.
Whars the use of going around with aching
teeth? They make, you unfit for everything.
Either you're grouchy or sick. Both can be
prevented by a visit to Dr. Wyeth, who is
acknowledged one of the best dentists in Wash
ington. Only painless methods used. All work
has my guarantee for twenty years.
Why not try a dentist who knows his busi
ness, one who can refer you to thousands of
Washingtonians for reference?
This Has Been My Record for the Past 24 Years
Terms of Payment to Suit, Examination Free
win Not siip
Other Seta of
Teeth. $3.00 upj
Opea Bvery Evening Until 8 O'CIock and on Sundays ID A.M. to 4 P.M.
Ladies nd maids In attendance. All work; fully guaranteed for 20 yrs.
Kiadly keep the name and location of onr office in your mind.
DR. WYETH, Inc.,
Sppesite Laasbttrg Bro. and over Grand Union Tea oo. lrtrest nsd
oat ThertNUChrr Eqmlpped Parlors In Washington. Phone Wain S1X
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Pint 1 1
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People's Prices' on Cigarettes
Camel 20s .. ........... .,..-.....
Piedmont 20s .......... -
Chesterfield 20s ..........
Lucky Strike 20s
London Life, 10s cork or plain, package.... 10c
Helmars, 10s, cork or plain, package..- 12c
Turkish Trophies, 10s, cork or plain, package 12c
Egyptian Luxury, 10s, cork or plain, package 15c
Lord Salisbury, 15s, cork or plain, package......... 15c
Omar, 15s, cerk or plain, package .. ........15c
Fatima, 16s, cork or plain, package..,..,.., 16c
Melachrino No. 9, all tips,' pkg. ...... ............ ...17c
Murads 10s ... 17c
Moguls 10s, plaim or cork, pkg..-. 17c
Naturals 10s, pkg.. ............. 17c
Windsor Castle 20s, pkg 18c
Egyptian Preetest 20s, pkg . 20c
Fatiraas 20s, pkg -. 21c
Richmond Straight Cuts ............ 21c
15c Size, 10c
lnrdV 12c; 5 yank. 50c
First Tnoognt m
instant Banion Relief
Dost SXTO 69 B09C
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hunfoo cin't bo cored.
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ETC doomed to so on for
ever with swollen,
mil ehsnenfost. Tboos-
sads ttpoa tnoeisaai or jaen and women
Jk too hxrs becarmost willine to tar
orioo wBttsff to do zaost any thine to ri
ihSMthrw of tertozoas Btutions. Today the
tr hsoDT btcaass ther found instant
and final con in
fiverrnser a ntUfisd customer. Overtwent-
fttzt of continnoos racesa. What they hv
doas for other they can do for yoa we knot
It ira snarantee H. Boy a box today jot
Kir it a trial and u yoa do not set inctst
relief and find it the best Bunion euro rou'v
erer tried, raturn what left and set all yot
BTPey back. FAIEYFOOT is run to satisJ
yoa taka no risk at all.
We ba a FAIBYFOOT renedy for erei.
twelre plasters, 9L00.
COLORITE. All Shades In Stock, Choice 21c
Lyon's i 1
Tooth I I
powder or paste I f
19C a S Rirfin
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to $1 up.
In sold silver,
427-29 7th St. N. W.
People's Not In The Trust
Save You Money
Buy as Many as
' Gallon, $1.29
We Sell Genuine
2 Dozes, 23c
100 in Bottle, 85c
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$1.35 & 79c
Regular $1 Size,
P. D. S.
Kills and Routs the Enemy
Fatal to All Insects and a Sure Killer
One can of P. D. S. now as a preventive
would be worth five gallons of any kind of
poison later on. Put up in large cans of"
with handy spout top. Regular 35c Sp
I5c 2 for
Illaek Fins Insect
Blnrk Fine Insect
Black Flatr Insect
There's Only One Way
to Secure a Satin Skin:
"Apply Satin Skin Cream.
Then Satin Skin Powder1'
Strin CjiIA Pronm 5)0 nnrf
Skin Greaseless Cream 35c and
Skin Face Powder
We Always Sell The Best
Keeping Up With The Times?
70 LIITIES CONFER
Postmasters from seventy of the
leading: cities of the country, together
with representatives of a number of
prominent business houses, began a
three days' conference today with
Postofnce Department officials.
Postmaster Doners! Burleson ad
dressed the conference this morning,
pointing out that it was called for the
purpose of discussing subjects relat
ing to the needs of the postal service.
The discussion is expectod to take
a wide range during the several meet
ings that will be held.
CHINESE TO RESUME PARLEY.
PEKING. April 1. Peace confer
ences between representatives of
northern and southern China, which
became deadlocked and adjourned
March 10. will probably be reopened
on Monday next, it became known
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People's Prices on
Knxated Iron ............. 73c
Snake Oil 21e
Sloan's Liniment ISe
Plnkharn's Vegetable Compound 83c
Svrarap Root 42c
Ijitvori ........ ....TSc, 38c, and 19o
Llsteriae .'....69c, 3Se, aad 10c
Becchnra's Pills 17c
Horlick's Malted Milk, $9, 75c, 3Se
Glover's, Mange .40c
California Pig Syrap ....... .S9c
Flnto "Water, large ........... 32c
Pinto Water, small ............ .15c
Father Joan's Medicine, 70e aad 39c
Sal Hepatic 70c, 38c, and 10c
Zaxntlve Brorao Qnlnroe Tablets ISe
Zysaole Trokeya ...... ..........15e
Glycerine, 4 oxs. ................10c
Spt. Camphor, 3 oas. .......... .25e
Camphorated Oil, 3 oas. .........25c
Castor OIL pint ..........50e
Pound Cakes ........ 39c
Quart Can . 25c
3-oz 25c 8-oz., 65c
Vz Pound, 29c
Piatt's .Chlorides, 20c
Crude Carbolic Acid,
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J3RON STANLEY HARRIS,
Who was born August 16, 1918, six months after his father, Bugler
Oroir B. Harris, General Headquarter's Band, Chaumonr, France,
sailed for overseas. Baby is with his mother at 126 7th St. N. E.
Total Casualties Announced Now 278,760;
40 Dead and 19 Wounded In Today's Lists
The War Department gave out two army casualty lists today which
contained 59 names, bringing the total for the army up to 272,355. No
marine corps list was issued, but the total previously reported for that
arm of the service was. 6,013. The total for both army and marine
corps so far announced is now 278,760.
The army lists issued today contained the names of 7 killed in ac
tion, 4 died from wounds, 18 died from accident and other causes, 15
died of disease, 4 wounded severely, 6 wounded to a degree undeter
mined, and 9 wounded slightly.
KILLED IN ACTION
Pa MHtoa. Ptoialdin D. Wolfe.
8. C Blrcnida, Thomas A. TbornircU.
Ga OorneBa, Charles G. Clement. '
I1L, Chleaco, Mike Draaanjae.
111., ThompsonvlUe, Walter M. Sims.
Ho., Orrick. Graham Elliott.
Bossla, Poland, Louis Boberts.
DIED OF WOUNDS.
Kans- Conrtland, Albert Gtutaf Isaacson.
Kr Harlan, William Other GUbnrtb.
Pa., Ambler, John U. Schrader.
Tenik, Brentwood, Frank C. HcClanabaa.
DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND
Fa Steetton, Charles Henry lamke.
Italy, Gernee, Antonio ClnannL.
He., AnKnsta, Orll Blooln.
Hass Chelsea, Frank 8. PsrcelL
Hass Lawrence, John F. Turner.
LONDON, April 1. Edmund de
Valera. president of the Sinn Fein,
asks his followers not to pass Judg
ment upon President Wilson for re
fusal to take up the Irish question
at the peace conference. He has sent
a characteristic letter to the United
Irish Society of Oreat Britain.
"The account wo have read ir. .he
papers to hand assures us that Lon
don friends have grasped the situa
tion perfectly," he writes. "Their aid
at this juncture la not only powerful
"Pronounce no opinion upon Presi
dent Wilson, for he and his friends
will bear our country in mind at the
crucial moment. It has not yet ar
rived; it has been adroitly staved off,
but It cannot be long. All the powers
in the world cannot deprive us of our
nationhood and our nation must be
included in the leaguo if there Is to
"I quite aprree with the sugRestion
that it would be far better if those
men who gro to Westminister and
waste time about Irish affairs would
see their way to stay at home (but I
am told the homes of some of them
are in England) and let the British,
in their own houso, be responsible to
the world for misrule in a foreign
nation (meaning Ireland) because our
nation is as much distinct from their3
as France, Italy. Spain, Portugal, or
Greece, and common honesty might
prevail in the long run
"But JUBtitla ct Veritas cannot be
ignored by even our most formidable
opponents, and the dawn, when the
sunburnt will be heralded from shore
to shore of our dark Itosaleen is wfi k
by week, aye, day by day. penetrating
through the. clouds which still lurk
ii. various parts of our horizon
"Patience, perseverance, pluck,
with discretion, cannot bo overcome.
Those who practice these will be
numbered among the saviors of Erin.
"Let no one, no matter what the
provocation, be guilty of a crime, for
he who commits a crime is the ally
of the enemy. But let all work, as
you are working, for the honor, glory
and salvation of our nation, anu
prove to the civilized world that you
are 'Paddies ever more.
B0LSHEVIKI WOULD BUY
MILLIONS OF U. S. SHOES
MILWAUKEE, Wis., April 1 B
Bobroff. Russian born, consulting
engineer, who served on the War
Labor Board during the war. has re
turned from New York, where, he
says, M. Martons, commercial agt'nt
for the Russian Bolshovlk govern
ment, made him an offer to place an
order In Milwaukee for two million
pairs of shoes If the Government will
guarantee delivery In Russia.
FORD TO GIVE JOBS TO
1,000 CRIPPLED YANKS
DETROIT, April 1 -One thousand
crippled soldiers will 'be given em
ployment by Henry Ford in his plants
in Highland Park and Dearborn, he
DE VALERA RRM IN
FAITH IN PRESIDENT
Mmh Haverhill, Peter E, Kalonmlrls.
Bllch., Coldwater, Domlnleke Hanocke.
N. Y., New York, Thomas F. McBride.
Ohio, Cincinnati, Jesse L. Ball.
Pa., BlalnTUIe. AntU S. Llntner.
S. C, DUIon, Thad Bethra.
Tex., Chlcota, GranTille Ajers.
Va., Massaponrfx, Roderick Aeon.
Wis., Milwaukee, Sczepan Slallnowskl.
DIED OF DISEASE
Ky TaylorarUIe, James Wearer Neal.
IIL, Chlca-o, Enoch N. SeTerln.
Nebr Beatrice, OranvUle Gray.
N. C, WlnterviUe. Simon Boycl.
Wash.. Reunion, Clarence F. WUUama.
Ahu, Daphne, John Raymond.
CaL, Los Angeles, Ernest Rassle Stewart.
Ga., Macon, Jmae Reette.
Ind., Manthflald, Fred Ererett.
La., VHIe PUtte. Charley Fontenot.
N. Y., New York, Richard Mannfleld.
N. C Lumber Rldee, Fred GI1IU.
Okla., Stillwater. Ilarry Kerstetter.
Tenn Forterrllle, Waman Taylor.
Tex., Illlldboro, John Burleson.
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ple for Trial mailed in plain wrap
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JJh, It Will increase the
strencta ot -weak.
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THE WAR AND INFLUENZA MAKE
PEOPLE CONSIDER HEALTH MORE
Easy Matter to Strengthen and Build Up a
Person After Sickness If They Will Follow
Advice of People Here in Washington
MAKES STRONG, VIGOROUS MEN AND WOMEN OUT OF
FOLKS PREVIOUSLY WEAK, NERVOUS, SICK, RUNDOWN
Stops Chronic Cough After
"Flu." Strengthens Ltmgs,
MAKES NERVES STEADY
AND BUILDS YOU UP
Lots of people after lickneaa have
been in the habit of golnar out too
soon, exposing themselves to compli
cations, but since the authorities have
warned poople of the danger of lunx.
tubercular and pulmonary troubles
following Influenza, pneumonia and
other wasting Illness and warned
folks of the danger that lies in a
ohronlc cough, persistent cold and
catarrhal spitting- and hawking spells,
few Indeed are foolhardy enough to
go about half sick, exposing them
selves to germs and disease while In
a weakened, rundown condition.
"Warns Public of Daaser.
At this season of the year any per
son in a nervous, fidgety, weakened
condition, unable to sleep well nights,
restless, thin, pale and headachy,
should at once begin taking a ton'c
to strengthen their system and fortify
themselves against still more serious
troubles. Weak, puny, nervous, fret
ful, peevish, backward children should
not be allowed to go out in change
able weather catching colds, coughs
and disease. They should be given a
tonic. The same way with the over
worked business man or woman.
Sore chest, accumulations of mu
cous In the throat, coughing, spitting
spells, loss of appetite, energy,
strength and weight are signs of im
pending trouble. One cannot be too
carefuL In such a condition you are
most apt to catch contagious disease.
Suffer untold dangers, lose time from
work, and certainly no one can maks
progress with their work In a nerv
ous, rundown, weakened state of
A Wonderful Tonic.
When the "flu" struck the country
medical circles were alarmed and
puzzled. The old-time tonics and
remedies failed. People lingered
around for weeks and months so
weak, nervous and full of catarrhal
troubles, colds and coughs that they
could do nothing. Then it was that
the nationally known Karle Chemical
Company hurled their great labora
tories into the task of turning out a
super-tonic A tonic combining in a
wonderfully palatable form the very
3nest medicinal ingredients known
for the quick upbuilding of the pa
tient. They took fresh cod livers (in
stead of putrid livers from which tve
old-fashioned cod liver oil was made)
and freed them of the nauseating,
flshy taste. They mixed with these
extractives from fresh cod livers, Malt
Extract, Iron, Cherry Bark, and the
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphltes
of Lime, Potassium. Manganese,
Strychnine, Quinine and Sodium. They
combined them into a solution with
the finest kind of sherry wine, which,
as everyone knows. Is the best medi
What BoetoK Said.
Some physicians were using Syrup
of Hypophosphltes alone. Others
were giving the popular wild cherry
bark syrups ror coughs. Others were
urging the use of Cod Liver Oil and,
some were preserving jiait extract
and each and all of these elements
were good, but when Hypo-Cod was
announced by this famous concern
they were hardly able to supply the
demand, although the laboratory
where Hypo-Cod Is made is easily one
of the largest in America if not in
the world. Physicians' looked once at
the formula upon the bottle and
noting It was backed by this famous
concern prescribed it. Thousands of
intelligent people familiar more or
leas with medicine tried it and, to
day It Is astounding how quick tho
public swerved from the old and pop
ular tonics to.Earle's Hypo-Cod.
Local Stores Get It.
The People's Five Drug Stores here
in Washington, noting the success of
Hypo-Cod elsewhere In the North and
West, arranged for a big supply, and
during the epidemic here Earle's
Hypo-Cod was by far the most popu
lar tonic an a system tonic to forti
fy the system against attack and as
a tonic after the "Flu" and Pneu
monia to ward off complications and
tc quickly put the patients back on
So startling was the demand and
so many thousands upon thousands
of bottles of this remarkable prepa
ration were sold that finally tho Peo
ple's Drug Stores wired for a car
load. Then another carload vas
shipped, and now tens of thousands
of people here in Washington have
used it. Thousands got back on their
feet ilav.q and weekB soonor.
Thousands with chronic coughs
that would not give away to anything I
else wero rolleved and many Is the
story told of weak, puny, pale and
;ckly children built up. elderly peo
pie revived and strengthened and
women and men strengthened and
built up to vigorous, robust health
The statements of local people hap
been published almost dally in the
local papers substantiating all th
claims made for it by druggists and
manufacturer. Tho statements of a
few more (never before published) ap
pear elsewhere on this page. Read
what they say about Earle's Hypo
Cod. They are easily verified. Then
remember that scores of statement
Just like them are to be published an.?
hundreds have been published pre t
ously and even the most skeptical and
even tho most confirmed invalids will
realize that this- highly recommend
ed preparation Is worthy a trial.
Read what actual users say else
where on this page and then go down
to the nearest store of the People's
Drug Co., here In Washington, and get
a couple bottlos of Earle's Hypo-Cod.
Children like It. It is pleasant tasting.
Agrees- with weakest stomach.
NOTE: (We gladly prepay Hypo
Cod anywhere upon receipt of price.
SI. 20 in stamps, coin, check, or P. o
M. O. People's Drug Co.. Washing
ton, D. C). (A good way is to send a
dollar bill and twenty cents in ,
HE MS SO WEAK
Timekeeper At Hotel Washing
ton Away From Work Month
Accotsnt of "Ffa."
TAKES HYPO-COD, WIFE
SAYS, AND FEELS FINE
"My husband had a bad attack of
the 'Flu.' For more than a month
he was out of work on account of It.
It left him with a- terrible cough. In
the mornings he would cough and
cough. Finally, It turned Into pleu
risy, and then he did have a time of
it. but still we didn't know what to
"do. His appetite was poor, and he
felt so weak and exhausted all the
time and especially after a hard
coughipg spell that I was worried.
TELtS WHAT HE DID.
"Then he sa.vr Hypo-Cod highly
recommended, and It is remarkable
what Earle's Hypo-Cod-has done tor
my husband. It cured his cough up In
no time. All the pains and pleurisy
went awa and his appetite come
back and with it came his old
strength and energy. You could just
see him Improving, and he actually
slept better right from the first dose
of Hypo-Cod, and now-r-he has all his
old-time energy and ambition, and It
helped him so much I wish I could
get out and tell everyone what a
great medicine it is. It surely de
serves all the nice things that can be
said about it," declared Mrs. W. E.
Degree, 613 3rd St. N. W., Washing
ton, D. C.
If from overwork, worry, nervous
ness or wasting sickness you get all
rundown and weak and your cough,
cold, catarrh and poor sore, achy
lungs give you trouble, just come
down to the nearest People's Drug
Store and get a couple bottles of
(We gladly prepay Hypo-Cod any
where on receipt of S1.20. People's
Drug Stores, Washington. D. C.)
Wife Says He Took Hypo-Cod
And It Stopped Coogh
"My husband had 'a bad cold that
settled on his lungs. He couldn't
rest night or day from the awful
cough and he seemed to be coming
down sick every minute. He had all
the usual symptoms. Watery eyes,
catarrhal condition of nose and
throat and his appetite faded away
to almost nothing. He surely felt
bad. but soon as he started taking
Hypo-Cod it stopped his cough and
did this after we had exhausted the
usual home remedies. It expelled
every bit of the soreness from the
chest and cured his cold up nicely.
We never have used a medicine that
acted so quickly and so effectively,
and it did my husband such a world
of good and has built up his strength
and general health so much that I
am glad to recommend such a medi-f
cine which certainly does all that
they claim for it." declared Mrs. Myr
tle M. Redman, 3415 Georgia Ave. N.
If any member of the family has a
cold, sore chest, achy lungs, short
neas of breath, catarrhal troubles,
wheezing spells, lost appetite, weight,
and color, get a bottle of Hypo-Cod.
(We gladly prepay a large bottle of
the genuine Earle's Hypo-Cod made
by the famous Earle Chemical Ccu,
Wheeling, W. Va.. anywhere upon re
ceipt of price. $1.20 People's Drug
Stores, Washington, D. C)
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Aged Me&ir Eirk's
BETTER THAN ANY-
THING EVER TRIED
"My mother suffered from a general
decline in health. She is now 71 years
old and bss never enjoyed real health
in years. She suffered from exrem
weakness and loss of strength. Tit
several years we have been buying
different tonics In an effort to get her
bade soma real strength and vitality,
but nothing seemed to do her good.
Her appetite was never good aad evea
the food she would eat seemed to give
her so strength or blood. But when
I saw Earle's Hypo-Cod advertised. It
was just grand the way It acted.
It rapidly gave her more strength
and built her up is other ways, too,
moro than anything we have ever
used and she sleeps so raucn better,
eats so much better and seems U
look and feel so much better I can
not prsiss EarSs's Hypo Cod too much a4
havs reeomsasndad It to several trisads. It
has nslped hsr srsatly sod I b!lvs it is
all that the' drnjrglst claim for It," de
clared Mr. Allc Sehenck, 3407 Gecrkla
Ave. N. W., Wasalsfftoa. I. C Read wast
others say below. Then Come dowa to tat
Atux store roalxht and gt a bottle or two
for some elderly person yon know who U sot
In the best of health. Too will And H a
wonderfully efficient tonlo for ot4 sad
youar. aad so pleasant to taka It acres
perfectly with the raost delicate stomsea.
(We prepay the seaulas Earle's Brpo-Ce
anywhere upon receipt of 91.10, People's
Drug- Stores. Washington P. CI
Washington Lady Lost 40 Lbs.
Nerves Bad. Appetite Gone,
Coaldn't Sleep Very
"I suffered from a general decline
In health and spirit. I lost all of my
old-time vim and energy and just
dragged around day after day in a
lifeless, listless sort of way. I lost
more than forty pounds in weight
and for no- apparent cause. Just grew
weak and nervous and had no appe
tite. My nervous condition weald
not allow me to rest well at night,
and I was so weak and tired all the
time I took the advice and got -a
bottle of Earle's Hroo-Cod and suce-
Jy am glad that I did, declared the
Washington lady whose name anaaa
dreas are given below.
"Earle's Hypo-Cod has been a won
derful blessing to me. and I hereby
recommend it out of gratitude for
tho worlds of good it did me. It has
done wonders, that's alL It gave me
back my appetite and built up my
nerves. I feel much stronger and do
not have that tired worn-out feellng
now. I seem to rest bo much better
nights. I get up refreshed and rested
each morning. Its tonic properties
seem to have been just what my run
down system needed," declared Miss
Marie R. Raid, 812 18th St. 2t. W.
Many a woman and many a man la the
Government service roes to the office each
day In a drassT. weak and nervous con
dition when they, might by taking a little
Carle's Hypo-Cod build themselves op to
robust, vigorous health and strength
again. One thlnr Is certain. They need
not spend restless nights with nerves,
lose their appetites and suffer from. In
digestion, for Earle's Bypo-Cod Is jot
grand for such troubles. '
(We gladly recommend the genuine
Hypo-Cod made by the Earle Chemical
Co., Wheeling, W. Vs.. anywhere ttfloa
receipt or price, $1.20 People's Drast
Stores, Washington. D. C)
Poor Appetite, Lost
"My daughter suffered from nerv
ous troubles and a breakdown la
health due to overwork. The poor
girl had been working: so hard she
was all rundown. She had nervous
headaches. Could not sleep well
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felt tired and weary from morning:
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a frisrhtful condition. It anmH m If
' nothing1 she took built her up until
she took Hypo-cod. we sot a bot
tle of Earle's Hypo-Cod. and It has
done her worlds of ffood. She is
wonderfully improved in health, er
nerves are so much stronger, and
she has gained so much in weijpl
and strength, it is simple wonderfm
She doesn't have the headaches aajv
more, and I believe it's because Hype
Cod makes her sleep so good she gsta
the rest she needs every night. Sbej
has a better color and looks bettAg,
too. so you cannot wonder that wsj
think Earle's Hypo-Cod is the onbr
medicine," declared Mrs. Helen Xeir-
myer, 615 3rd St. N. W.
THIS LADY HAD "FLO."
"I suffered from the 'Flu,' n declared
still another Washington lady whose
name and address are given below.
"I hadn't been able to attend to ror
duties since last October, and had aa
unusually bad cough. My appatita
was nil. My nerves wore so bad tha
least noise upset me. I couldn't sleep
and was terribly weak when X start
ed taking Hypo-Cod, which cured me of
my cough and cold and built up ay
atrength. Then I had to go to the hos
pital for an operation, and then I got all
weak sgsln, but oon as I got horns I
started on Hypo-Cod agsfn. and It Is dorag
ma worlds or good. My appotlte is much
mproved and my nerves are rapidly get
In; stronger It has helped me more
hsn once, and I know It to be a good
nic and splendid builder of atr'anglh aat
ittllty I gladly recommend It to others."
ontlr.u'd Sirs. I.llie O. Payne. 1120 Irving
irxei .n. xv.. tvsaojrunoa.
, Come down to the store and est a bottle
1 of Karle's Hypo-Cod tonight.