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I, PASO HERALD
Saturdar, Xov. 23, 1912
Was Feeling About as Well
as Usual, Except a Slight
Pain in Shoulders' and
People catch a cold and
the heart is overworked. Or
the liver nerves are congested,
or kidneys and it throws too
much work on heart, then
they take a stimulant which
exhausts the heart and then
they drop over dead, or-are
found dead in bed. An Os
teopath loosens these nerves
and the heart is rested be
cause the spinal nerves carry
on the circulation and you are
well again. Absinthe was for
bidden to be sold in the U. S.
beginning last October, be
cause it cured headaches,
colds, grippe and stimulated
up slow beating hearts. But
the government showed it ex
hausted heart by congestions
of the nerves and they fell
over dead afterward. So don't
take chances on -stimulants
and cough medicines when
you are sick' or have a cold as
heart troubles and consump
tion are sure to follow. Just
have the Osteopath free the
nerve and you are well again.
And take no risk.
The Standard Authority of
Medical Profession Gives
Up The Fight For Drugs
And Admits They Are of
Pawtucket, R. I., Chronicle
"No Decrease in Disease
Speaking of disease, here is
another deplorable confession
from no less an authority than
the Medical Record. In spite
of the army of physicians,
their discoveries, and their
hecatombs of vivisected
guinea pigs, we- may doubt,
says the Medical Record,
whether the sum total of dis
eases is any less than it was
before the medical profession
reached its present high stand
ing. Preventive medicine has
made "little headway," and
"in the opinion of some medi
cal men diseases are on the in
crease." In the deeper re
cesses of our consciousness we
had suspected something of
the kind ourselves, but such
heterodoxy on the part of a
layman would have exposed
him to excommunication with
bell, book and candle, or at
least with bacteria, serums
and antitoxins. But with the
Medical Record behind us,
we can afford to creep out
into the open. Pawtucket
(R. I.) Chronicle.
Bad Case of Pneumonia.
Were Called to a Lady
Gasping For Her Life With
Pneumonia The Other
Loosened nerves to her kid
neys which were choked, fill
ing her system with the pois
ons which excited her heart
and it drew ribs down on
lungs until she couldn't
breathe, and they were fill
ing fast, would have been
dead in thirty minutes. If they
had given a stimulant the!
heart would have been more
excited, and she would have !
died with heart exhaustion. If
they had given morphine the
lung nerves would have be
come paralyzed and filled up
the more and she would have
died with lung congestion.
But they loosened nerves to
kidneys and they threw out
the impurities, quieted the
heart and stimulated the lungs
and she went off to sleep and
recovered rapidly. An Os
teopath can quiet one organ
and stimulate another and
thus remedy any condition.
But a stimulant stimulates all j
or depresses all nerves. That:
is why they produce death in-1
stead of helping in diseases, i
Dr. A. T. Still
; Osteopathic Infirmary
What They Are Doing And How
They Do It
in the morn
came with an ulcered
ere. It had been so
bad the father said it
was swollen shut and
the child cried ami
moaned wirh itali the
time and it seemed to
be bursting the eye
ball. Xow the child
does not suffer a bit
with it andSan open the eye and the
ulcer is leaving and it ean see. The
parents are rejoiced. The Osteopaths
had removed the pressure from the
nerves at spine and freed -the nerves to
eyes. How mnch dope eould have ever
The next a little sirl With a tubercu
lar hip. One limb was much shorter and
drawn up at the heel and loose in the
joint- Xow she walks on it and it is
firmer in frint and she is imoroviiig rap
idly. The Osteopaths pulled the large
innominate bone of hip down and she
was very sore for some time then began
to improve rapidjy and her general
health is fine now.
.Xext .a gentleman
with heart asthma.
He said it seemed as
if he would die at
first And the Osteo
paths placed their
hands on his heart
nerves ' and quieted
them down and the
relief was sweet be
y o n d description.
.Then they began to
cleanse his system by
a series of treatments
to kidney and lirer
and he was getting
along finelv. There
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No Cure Known For Cancers, Says Sur
is seven eases of this kind taking treat
ment there now and all are doing nicely.
CHOKED OF ARIES.
A lady from the
east is here who had
been here for other
troubles several years
ago and recovered so
nicelv she came back
for this trouble and
expects to reave cured
next week. She say
she feels as well a
she ever did in her
life. The Osteopaths
raised up the choked
parts .and freed the
nerves, at spine, to it
and they held it p forced the blood to
circulate in it and she recovered from
her painful condition in splendid shape.
There are several like her, some just
beginning and some ready to go home,
like her. All are pleased with results.
ldttie English boy
with enlarged glands
had been operated on
to drain them twice
but they grew so had
was afraid of blood
poison and case given
up; whole side of neck
running sores; is now
almost well, looking
finely; sores healed an
and general health splendid. Will soon
be able to go home. Osteopaths loosened
the vertebra in neck so veins could drain
and there was no more need of sores
for stagnant blood to escape and they
healed up .nicely.
abscesses nr GRonr-
A man had larse Abscesses in cnYitn-
- 0 o -- j
had been operated on fice, but grew I
worse: tne large nip Done was put back
in place and it had choked circulation in
side of abdomen and as there was no
loneer anv need for sores for stagnant
blood to escape they healed up and he
is doing finely and as limb was drawn
up and sore it is recovering nicely and
he will soon be well again. There are
many of these cases here,
One lady said she was suffering in
tensely, but a pressure was placed on.
veins to the appendix until she was re
lieved, then stiffened vertebra loosened
where nerves went to appendix and she
has recovered nicely. Nothing but an
operation would save her she was told,
but now the Ostopaths have cured her
entirely. A young lady was also dis
charsed as cured who said she had al
most died with appendicitis, but' she was
so afraid of an operation she thought
she would 'try Osteopathy and was now
delighted to think she had and she and
her mother were both very enthusiastic
over what they had seen done here at
Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
A young boy bad
been here for some
time and was 'treated
for some time and had
them much more oft
en than ever. Osteo
pathy had freed
nerves to stomach and
excess of stomach
iluid had increased
them. Then after
wards they began to
disappear and now
have ceased entirely,
and the boy will soon
li.i e for home. More of these cases are
treated here than anywhere else.
A old gentleman from overyear Tex
arkana came in almost dead- A bad
place in spine over kidneys is being loos
ened and he is doing nicely. There are
several eases of kidney troubles in all
stages and all were doing nicely. One
lady's kidneys thai had not moved for
eight days waa.jMMr almost entirely re
covered. -Another had gone four days,
both had been injured in spine and both
A young man from east, bladder was
inflamed and suffering was intense;
nerves to part were loosened and recov
ered nicely. There are many" of these
taking treatment here now; all doing
One young man discharged as well who
came there with jaw set and enlarged
and inflamed with blood poison, consid
ered too dangerous to operate on. Verte
bras loosened in neck and drained the
veins and he had now recovered nicely
and was highly elated over ft. as he had
despaired of his life. Said he lived is
LUNG AND BROMCHUL TROUBLES.
Gentleman had bad bronchial troubles,
caused contraction, of heart nerves at
first, second and third ribs. This kepc
constantly pressing: on hangs and bronchi
and irritating 'them. And he was pro
nounced tubercular, hat is recovering
nicely and all conditions disappearing
and will go home in spring a recovered
man. He came here because a friend of
his was cured here at Dr. Still Osteo
pathic Infirmary of throat and lung
troubles and bow lives back at his okl
home. There axe several here from dif
ferent places and most of them are like
this gentleman; have friends who were
cured here; in fact, this is the reason
of their suz-eeasful nra here. We win
take up some other eases soon who are
wnw here as there are nearly all kinds
taking treatment at present time.
It is overcrowding the boarding houses
near them now.
iJX PARTIES HAVTJTG ROOMS O
FLATS fn their neighborhood please
notify them at 201 West Missouri St.
Hotels please do likewise and give your
over there and see them, what they
are doing, and you will believe More is
them. Get acquainted.
All Cancers are caused by irritations, says Dr. J. J. Walsh, great cancer specialist. So avoid all irritating drugs. Have
an Osteopath free the nerves and throw out ail impure blood, and a cancer is impossible, as no sore is needed to allow
Mie impurities to escape. Nor no consumption from exhausted nerves from stimulants and mineral waters.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary "W;S MttX-Vira''4-'-
w. WWWWJMVIHV II 1 1 II 1 1 ICtl J 2Q! WestMissouri St. Corner Missouri and El Paso Streets, El Paso, Texas. m Sdwo1 f Osteopathy, Khksvilk, Mo.
Final Service Sunday Night;
"New Life" (Meetings
at First Christian.
Home mission week In El Pase will
:nd Sunday evening1, with services at
the First Presbyterian church, services
beginning at 7: 30 oclock. Th topic
for that night will be "Unity In making
our country God's, country." The pro
gram will be:
Hymn; scripture reading. Dr. P. H.
VTright; special music; prayer. Rev. C.
Wesley Webdell; hymn; "The advan
tages of unity," Rev. E. C. Morgan;
special music; "The solid front present
ed by Protestant forces today," Rev.
Perry J. Rice; hymn; benediction, Rev.
John E. Abbott-
The morning service at the First
Presbyterian church at 10:55 oclock
will be: Organ prelude, Francis Moore;
Doxology, audience rising; invocation;
Gloria Patri; responsive reading, se
lection 57; hymn 3S6; scripture lesson,
Luke 24; anthem, "Praise Te the Fath
er," Gounod; prayer and chant; solo, "I
Do Not A"sk, O lord," Bpross, Mrs.
Coggeshall; offertory and chant; hymn
364, sermon, "Expressing gratitude,"
bv the pastor, Rev. C. Ia Overstreet;
hymn 361; benediction; organ postlude.
Special Services te se Held.
At the First Christian church, cor
ner of North Oregon and Franklin
streets, two blocks north' of the Shel
don, Perry J. Rice, pastor, services will
be held Sunday as follows: Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. At 10 a. m. a special
program in celebration of Boys' and.
Girls' Rally day for America, will b?
presented in the main auditorium of
the church. Communion at 10:45 a. m.,
followed by preaching by the pastor.
A special preparatory service, begin
ning the week of "New Life" meetings,
will be held at s:30 p. m. Elder Millard
Patterson will lead. The usual evening
fUtrvfra -Brill ti nmitaA hA Annn.-An.
uon Joining in the union service at the
first rresoyienan cnuren.
Special services will be held each
evening during the week except Satur
day. These meetings will be In charge
of laymen. On Monday evening, judge
It. A. Dale will speak on "The'call of
the Christ." On Tuesday evening Mrs.
Perry J. Rice will lead the meeting.
The subject will be "Religion in the
home." On Wednesday evening the
choir will present a program of
Thanksgiving music and Milton Shedd
wui lead the devotional service, a
Thanksgiving social will follow the de
votional service. On Thursday evening
at 4:30 M. A. Goff will lead a service
especially for old people. On Friday
evening there will be a service especial
ly for new members. Rev. J. H. Allen
will speak on "Going on to perfection."
and a reception to new members will
A "roll-call" service will be held at
11 a. m. At this service the names of
all resident members will be called, to
which each is expected to make re
sponse by answering "present" or by
quoting a passage of scripture, or by
speaking a few words of original greet
ing. Rev. John E. Abbott, the pastor,
will make a 15-minute address on "The
lessons of the hour." The special musical
feature of the service will be an anthem
Dear to the Hearts of the Women. f
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An Indispensable and Necessary
Article for t articular Women
who Desire to 'Retain a
i E!Viery wo.maa owes it to herself and
' rco iu icuiin me cnarm ot youth
nature has bestowed upon her. For over
half a century this article has been used
by actresses, singers and women of
fashion. It renders the skin like the
soilness oi velvet leaving it clear and
fv.y niiiw uu ib iiisiuy ueairauie wnen
preparing for daily or evening attire. As
it is a liquid and non-greasy Drenaratlon
it remains unnoticed. When attending
"atra, uuu ur uuier entertainments. It
prevents a greasy appearance of the com
plexion caused by the skin becoming
Gouraud's Oriental Cream cum; skin
diseases and relieves Sunburn. Removes
ran. x-impies .ttiacKheads. Moth Patches,
3JSrV2E. & eUte -JrnSSooSSSSa
No. 10 For sale bv Drueeists and f?axtv Ruis n..u.
$ Fbs'PsifWusBaaustoas&: !
Bfram AttSuwsKOir ne Omar.
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Fed " Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York, t
by the choir, "Praise Te the Father"
by Gounod. There will be no evening
service, the congregation joining in" the
union home mission service at the
First Presbyterian church. Sunday
school will be held at 9:45 a. m., and
Christian Endeavor society at 6:30 p, m.
Austin Park Chrlntlan.
At the Austin Park Christian church
corner Montana and Cebtfda streets, one
block from the Fort Bliss car line, ser
vices will be held Sunday as follows
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., Mrs. H. L.
Maghee, superintendent. Following the
ouiiuo.. svuuui, me communion service
will be celebrated. At 7:30 p. m., judge
L. A. Dale will conduct the service.
.$, the First Congregational church,
Williams and Rio Grande streets (Bou
levard car to Williams street) services
onSunday will be: Sunday school, 10
a. m.; public worship, 11 a. m.. subject.
Thanksgiving service. "A nation- at
school; children's hour, 2 p. m.; public
worship, 7:30 p. m., "The story of crea
tion as read in the evolution of life "
illustrated by slides. Mrs. Helen Rob
erts will have charge of the music
At the Trinity Methodist church.
Boulevard and Mesa avenue. Rev. C
WpSlev Wtfkholl noatA. ,a A.rl 1.1
- ' -- . v., i. oc TJCC9 will
be: Sabbath school, 9:30 a. m.; Epworth
league, 6:30 p. m.; preaching, 10:45 a.
m.; morning subject, "Our country
God's country." This sermon is deliv
ered at the request of the Woman's
Missionary society. Special music in
keeping with the spirit of the occasion
will be rendered by the quartet. The
Kpworth league will meet at 6:30, as
usual, but there will be no service at
7:30. Trinity will join with the other
churches in a union, service at the First
St. Paul's Lutheran.
St Paul's Lutheran church, services
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching at
" - in- sum -to p. m.; anaeavor at 7
p. m. Catechism classes meet Tues
ays a 4 p. m. and Saturdays at 3 p. m.
in the pastor's study. Guild meets first
and third Fririn.v. In th. nm n uA
members. Rev. E. H. Combs, n&stnr.
Flrst Baptist Chucvh.
First Baptist church corner Magof
fin avenue and Virginia street; Rev J
F. Williams. D. D., pastor. Take the
Park or Myrtle avenue car to Virginia
and come one square north. Subject of
the morning sermon, "My duty to my
church;" of the evening sermon, "Our
heavenly home." The first of a series
of Sunday evening sermons on the gen
eral subject of "Heaven." Sunday school
at 9:30; G. P. Putnam, superintendent.
The Junior and Intermediate .depart
ments are being graded. B. T. P. U.,
Sunday evening at 6:30; subject, "Re
pentance;" leader, Mrs. J. F. Williams.
The missionary meeting of the women
will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3
oclock in the church parlors; leader
Mrs. Fred Weckerle; subject, "The
world's survey." The prayer meeting
will be led by J. H. Nations and will be
a Thanksgiving service. The subject
will be "What have I to be thankful
for." Dr. Williams leaves Monday
morning for Dallas to attend the meet
ing of the state board of missions, of
which he is a member.
At the German Evangelical Lutheran
church, 1109 San Antonio street, Ger
man service commences at 10:30; sub
ject of sermon. "The ten virgins.", Sun
day school at 9rl5 a. m. In the evening
at 7:30 there will be an-English service
the sermon to be based on Gen. 8:15'
Paul G. Birkmann, pastor, 1107 San An
Highland Park Baptist.
A the Highland Park Baptist church, j
Rev. A. E. Boyd'pastor. .the subject of
the morning sermon will be "Issues of
church membership."' The evening ser
mon will be especially to the young
people; subject. "The peerage of char
acter." Morning service 11 a. ia; eve
ning service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school,
9:45 a. m.; Junior union, 3 p. m.; B. T.
P. U., 6:30 p. m. - -
At the Highland Park Baptist church
Sunday evening the following Thanks
giving service w411,be given: Leader,
Miss Ida BrenchardV; lesson reading, 1st
Thess. 5-14:23.$ son'g; prayer; song:
talk on "John the Baptist." by Fred
Robinson; solo. Miss Boyd; "The art ot
giving," by 'A. J. Rose; "Gratitude," Miss
Church of St. Clement.
At Church of -St. Clement. Jlontana
andCamnbell Atreets Row TTonnr Ron tor-
rector, the hours for divine service are:
Holy commuhlon each ftonday. 7:30 a. i
EL PASO CHAMBER
HAS 400 MEMBERS
Commercial Organization Has $1300.65
in (leneral Khbh and Counts Col
lectable Amounting to $1780.73.
There are at present 400 members
of the El Paso chamber of commerce
in good standing. This report was
made by secretary Rufe P. March at
the directors' meeting Friday afternoon.
At the same time he reported the
chamber had $1360.65 in the general
fund. There is due from delinquent
members 3621 and current dues amount
ing to 3964. dues to the traffic de
partment for the current month
amounting to $104.75. rent for Novem
ber amounting to 3105, and 55 due
from other sources, making $1799.75
on the accounts collectable.
RftlMlrtiflflr Ofl thA H.lnlA TnKila 1a
m.. also On first Of month at 11 a. m - ! ft fit R R Orndnrff alot rViot -j as
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; morning .' was unpaid and there was but $7i32
prayer ivjth sermon, 11 a. m.; evening I on hand to pay it with. However, he
prayer trith sermon. 7:30 p. m.; celebra- i stated that there were unpaid sub-
and matinee. Prices, $1.50, Sl.ft. 75e.
AT TUB HIPPODR03IB.
A program of races will soon -be an
nounced for the Hippodrome skating
rink. A big masquerade ball will be
given soon, so do not delay in joining
the Olympic club. Adv.
tlons on Saints' and holy, days, 16 a. m.
Illghlanrt Park Methodist.
j At Highland Park Methodist church:
! Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; preaching
j will be held on account of the pastor
oemg at first Presbyterian church.
Rev. Eward C. Morgan, pastor.
Services at Altn VIstn.
Rev. W. R. Howell will preach at the
Alta Vista Christian church Sunday af
ternoon at" 3:30.
Revival at Ysjeta.
Rev. Will R. Howell wll begin a re
vival at Tsleta Sunday morning at 11
oclock.- at the Methodist wurch. There
will be services every evening for about
two weeks, at 7:30.
Calvary-Houston Square Baptist.
At Calvary-Houston Square church,
corner Montana and Virginia streets.
Rev. R. T. Hanks, pastor: Sunday
school, 9:30 a, m.; C. V. Nafe, superin
tendent; Messrs. Robertson and How
ard, associate superintendents; Miss
Hanks, superintendent primary depart
ment. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.,
conducted by the pastor, At 11 a. m.
the pastor will give an account of the
recent convention. At 7:30 he will apeak
on "Filled with the Spirit" B. Y. P. U.
will meet at the church at 6:45 p. m.
scrlptions amounting to $583, which it
was expected to collect.
President W. S. Clayton suggested
that John M. Wyatt, chairman of the
finance committee for the Cattlemen's
convention, be requested to make a
report and also stated that the com
mittees for the convention would be
named at the next meeting.
He also suggested .that the upper
valley automobile trade trip, to extend
as far as Las Crucea, should be made
next Friday, the day following Thanks
giving, or a week from that date.
A. W. Reeves was requested to de
termine if any benefit would accrue
to the traveling public "by securing a
through Pullman between EI Paso and
Denver. Mr. Reeves stated that it
would not pay and that all the trav
elers were required to do at present
was tb walk from one car to another
at Trinidad in making a change.
Those attending the meeting were
president W. S. Clayton, Crawford Har
vle. R B. Orndorff, W. T. Hixson, Rufe
P. March and A. W. Reeves.
THREE ARE, SAID TO BE
, " IX RACE FOR POSTMASTER
Three candidates are said to be In
the field for the postmastership when
J. A. Smith retires from that position.
They are Jasper Woolrldge, John H.
Harper and S. H. Newman. The first
of these is understood to have the sup
port of a number of "the anti-ring"
AT THE CRAWFORD.
Albert Taylor as John Smith in
"Facing the Music." sets the audience
laughing just after the rise of the
curtain and keeps them laughing all
TheVe will be wx more perform
ances of this play today. Sunday
night and matinee Mr. Taylor will pre
sent his big comedy success. "A Gilded
AT THE GRECIAN.
An excellent program is offered to
day at the Grecian. Pretty Mabel Nor
mand will be seen again In two fine
comedies, assisted by those irrestetlble
funny men Mack Sennet Fred Mace
and Ford Sterling, everyone a star.
Also a brand new Gairmout Weekly,
showing world's current events very
interesting, is on the program. Another
fine picture will be shown to com
plete this unusual three reel program.
Be on hand today and enjoy a real
hearty laugh. Liven up on some of
the topics of the day and head some
good music. The -theater ia open
daily from 2:30 to 11 p. m. Phone 5310
for box reservation six seats $t Ady.
To O. C Crismor. to erect frame of
fice buildine. Santa Fe and Went 3n
(Antonio; estimated cost, $75.
Northwest corner Montana and Wil
liams atreets-i-CamiUa Belle Foote to
Sarah Jane Ryan, lots 21. 32. and east
erly 1ft feet of lot $0, block 73. Frank
lin Heights; consideration. $35; Nov.
Sierra Branca. Texas H. A. Mont
gomery to C. M. Eggleston. lots 13 to
20, block 10. Sierra Blanca; considera
tion, $800; Oct 30, 1911.
Socorro, Texas Candelaria Gonzales
to Martin Perolio, tract of land. So
corro grant; consideration $10; March
San Elixario Texas Urbono Guerra
and wife to Senon Sanchez, seven acres,
San Ellsario town grant; considera
tion. $1; Oct 16. 1912.
North Tularosa, between Luna and
Cebade. rtreebhU. P. Overhofter and
wife to W. K. Austin and James L
Marr, lots 9 snd 10. block 92. East El
Paso; consideration, $600; Nor. 20.
Licensed te Wed.
A. Villalpando and Patra Morales.
Warren Longhurst and Eva Allred.
1212 a A. Rivers. 811 Arizona street,
five passenger Cadillac
1213 Rose Emery, 611 Cliff street,
seven passenger Winton.
1214 Mrs. R. L Dorbandt, Valley
Gate farm, two passenger Hupmobile.
Mrs. H. C. Gluan. 130 North Oregon
street Nov. 20.
AT THK KL TASO THBATBR.
Jatrons of the El Paso theater will
be pleased to know that the great
New York. Chicago and Boston suc
cess. "The Rosary," will come to El
Paso for two nights and a matinee,
December 1 and 2. Adv.
Loss of Appetite
Is loss of vitality, vigor or lone, and is
often a forerunner of prostrating dis
ease. It is serious and especially so to
people that must keep up and doing or
The best medicine to take for it is
the great constitutional remedy
Which purifies and enriches the blood
and builds up the whole system.
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r.y. i,...i ,.ki... n e ..t- I"-"1 ;'1 i' ' '- faso tneaier tor one
vvwian; vgwisva yaucu sflissmws, j. night ant matinee. ThanksSuiOS daj
"THE GIRL FROM T.. S. ..M
The story of "The Girl From U. S.
A," is so well known that details need
not be entered into. The scenes are
laid in Paris. Turkey and China, then
drift back to America for the final
denouement. Naturally love develops
between the principals and runs its
customary rough course through
doubt and suspicion to a happy termi
nation The "Girl" brings about a
reconciliation between the Parisian
lovers ami everything ends happily.
The scmcrv ami costumes are gorge
ous and accuiate. Miss Ouina Marion
is oast for "The Girl" and is supported
h an excellent company. Thev ai-
Some Bargains in Sets
ALL AT 25 OFF
See the Windows
LUG61SH. STOMACH SOI
r, UPSET? GASOARETS GREAT!
That awful sourness, belching of acid and foul gases; that pais in the pit of
the stomach, the heartburn, nervousness, nausea, bloating after eating, feeling of
fullness, dizziness and sick headache, means your stomach is full oi sour bile
your liver is torpid your bowels constipated. It isn't your stomach's ranlt it
isn't indigestion it's biliousness and constipation. -
Try Cascarets; they immediately sweeten the stomach, remove the sour,
undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver
and: cam off the constipated waste matter from the bowels Then your stomaia
trouble -is ended. A C.iscarct tonight straightens you out by morning.
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