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SEPT. 28, 191*
& Chief Makes 8ufla««*,on
New Factory Bull*
IU* which win b.
to Have Pipes on thi Now
Inwlter With Fire Truck Which
Can Easily Make Trip
and Refining company,
I though these buildings are out
thVllmits of the city. With
fire truck It win be an easy mat
make a run to this location and
•with a wpply of.
Ibe drawn from the well being dug
•there BOW, and the engine on the truck
famish pressure, Are protection
aid be assured, in case any trouble
Sttodpipee on all factories and
which will be erected in the
„t will conform to the city's
•cainrements, so that there will be
trouble In coupling hose tp theae
•T PLYMOUTH, ILL
mand Is Wanned—No Out
PLYMOUTH, 111., Sept. 28.—The
seating .of those interested in the od
Q« in this section, to build an oil
which was held here last
ght, proved to be one of the biggest
features that have developed
In the last several weeks,' and
hfie no outlined program was follow
ed, the plan win result sucoesefully,
I BOW It Is. merely in the embryo
seulof, which was called sever
days ago, invitations having been
for, yes. the necessity of a refln-
latched with Interest.
Thin Men and Women
There la preparation known to
reliable druggists almost everywhere,
which seemingly embodies the miss
ing elements needed by the digestive
organs to help them convert food into
rich, fat-laden blood. This preparation
is called Sargol and much remarkable
testimony is given as to its successful
use in flesh building. Sargol, which
comes in the form of a small non-in
jurloua tablet, taken at meals and mix
ing with the digesting food, tends to
prepare its fat, flesh and muscle build
ing elements' so that tbe blood can
readily accept and carry them to the
starved portions of the body. "You can
readily picture the transformation that
additional and previously lacking
flesh-making material shbuld bring
with'your cheeks filling out, hollows
about your neck, shoulders and bust
brines Which will be ePaetod on
^—standard Four Tire company's
MIM and other factory buildings
limits will conform to thej disappearing and your taking on from
hrew used in the lire depart- io to 20 pounds of solid healthy flesh,
in Xnrobabillty. John Ander-j Sargol is harmless, Inexpensive, efB-
Uw nf the Are department, has clent. Wilkinson
Jted to the Industrial association
would he to the advantage of
mrties If these stand pipes are
tde to conform to the slse of hose
use The matter will be taken up
Present Kiedaisch of the assocto
i, with A. L. Higbee of the Stand
four Tire company.
.t is probable
that standplpee can
DlMed on the buildings of the Rlv-
cBier leading druggists of this vicinity have
It and are authorized to refund your
money if weight increase is' not ob
tained as per the guarantee found in
each large package.-
'"Gloom" Is Now Burled.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 28.—The
"Journalists" and common or garden
variety of newspapermen who make
themselves at home In the press build
ing at the exposition, have discovered
a source of keen amusement in the
little grave where the San Francisco
Press club burled "Gloom" the same
day they christened the bie lagoon In
front of, the building "Tombstone
lake." All the scribes of the city
took a hand In the ceremonies, not
because the diving girls were there
or because the hula-hula dancers from
the ione were on the job, but simply
because they felt that duty called.
And so "Gloom" was shot, drawn
a-rfUri,-. fl|.n *a Hnt the DeJand quartered and laid to rest in the
of Sufficient size to meet tne ue«
the "big show."
ny were in favor of the scheme, They bend closer to decipher the
expected that an oil reflnerjr, Inscription on the headstone. A start
which to refine .the oil right on fled and shocked expression fleets
ground of the wells in Plymouth, across their faces and with nervous
I MOB result. (glances at the windows of the press
Another meeting will he held soon, building they steal softly across the
Is expected, though no action was 1
'awn and off toward the Tower of
Wren at the meeting. The possibtl!-' Jewels, masking a smile that lnevit-
here, being evident, added weight they havo been "stung." The little
siren arguments in favor of the -inscription on the headstone relieves
opened here today,
of tne nurses are more than 70
admits they appreciate how
and developments are being!their hearts In the twinkling of an
WASHINGTON. Sept. 28.—The
^entT'flrst annual convention of the
a Association of Army Nurses
eye for it carries a seven colufin head,
te'ling the world:
"Here lies 'Gloom:' burled by the
San Francisco Press club."
New York Holds Primaries.
NEW YQRK. Sept. 28.—Candidates
for Sheriff and district .attorney ntn
and but few members were the flrat heat of their election race at
the primaries held here today.
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Package of Quaker Oats, see our offer, aad aote bow much
means. But only one of these coupons can be applied on a Cooker,
Folks who getQuaker
Oats for breakfast pay
no more than those
who don't. They sim?
ply ask for Quaker.
They get extra-lus*
cioug flakes, made of
qiieen grains only. A
bughel of choice oats
,^ut ten pounds
of Quaker. They get ft
flavor which has won
the world to this brand.
Co. $nd\ other
NOTE:—Sargol is recommended
only as a flesh builder and while ex
cellent results In cases of nervous in
digestion, etc., have been reported,
care should be taken about nslng it
unlfess a gain of weight Is desired.
center of the pretty grass plot which
flanks the west side of the preas build
ing. It has been some days since tbe
obsequies were performed, but the
little sandy mound with Its headstone
stilt provokes mirth because of the
scenes occasionally enacted on the
Will come an aged couple perhaps
from Oskaloosa or Mllpitas whose
gaze has been arrested, by the head
stone* Reverently and on tip toe they
approach, the member of the sterner
sex with hat doffed while bis gentle
companion furtively unearths a hand
kerchief, prepared to shed a tear over
ent to all companies represented In!
*be wave of some brave workman of
lection, was well attended, moat the exposition whose dying request
the companies being represented, niay have been that he be laid to rest
I during the course of the meeting! among the beauties of the great fair,
ny expressions, most of them fav- Whatever their thoughts, their faces
to the plan, were heard. Noireflect tbe inner feeling that there is
plan was outlined, though \one dark spot amid the beauties of
any were suggested, *hd since
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see our oner in each package.
This Cooker creates a royal dish from
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JUNE RECORDS 22
Want to Got Flit ind
Tlie trouble with most thin folks
who wish to gain weight is that they
insist on drugging their stomach,or
stuflng It with greasy foods rubbing
on'useless "flesh creams," or follow
in* some foolish physical culture
stunt, while the real cause of thinness
gpes .untouched. Ton cannot get fat
until your digestive tract properly as
similates the food you eat
Report, of the Secretary of the State
Board of Health, on Iowa
.. Death* la Qiven
WERE 1,571 ALL TOLD
Organic Dlaeaaea of the Heart Waa
the Cause of Mbat Deaths—Rate
Greateat Between 70
"1 and 80 Yeara.
More deaths were caused in Iowa
in June from organic diseases of the
heart than from any one trouble, ac
cording to the report Just made by
'Dr. C. H. Sumner, secretary of the
state board of health. There were 186
deaths from this cause. Cancer and
malignant tumors caused 135 deaths
and Bright's disease and acute nephri
tis caused 127 deaths. Apoplexy
caused 114 deaths. Tuberculosis of
the lungs caused eighty-nine deaths
and tuberculosis meningitis' four
The'total number of deaths for the
month was 1,671. The time of life
when most deaths occurred, accord
ing to this report, was betweeen 70
and 80 years, when 270 persons died.
Infants under one year old show the
next greateat mortality,' 205 having
died in this state during June. The
least number of deaths occurred from
the ages of from live to ten years,
when 22~deaths were recorded. Thirty
four people past 90 years of age died
In this state during June.
June this year was a bad month for
drownings, as 22 deaths were reported
from accidental drownings. An un
usual amount of high water and bad
waahouts are responsible for this.
There were 27 auraldes during the
month' and there were 26 deaths
caused by railroad accidents. Eighteen
were killed in automobile accidents,
five were killed by lightning, and there
were three homicides.
More men died than women, there
being 877 males and 694 females.
There were 679 deaths among mar
ried persons and 500 among single
Accidental deaths seem to be on
the Increase from year to year, due*
to the use of machinery in various
ways' apparently. During every sum
mer month there are always fatal ac
cidents, many of them resulting from
the use of the automobile. Accidents
are. more prevalent during' the sum
mer than in winter.
FOR BEST WEAR
Bulletln Says Many are Ruined
t* to cause Not Enough Air
Preaaure is Given.
Since, durlne: last year, motorists in
Iowa spent $12,500,000 for tires and
only Ifi,000,000 for oil and gasoline,
surely It Is time to awaken to the fact
of the harmfulness of under-inflatlon
of tires as the cause of part of this
The remedy for this is the purchase
and use of a pressure guage. It is
one of the best investments that can
be made about a car. Instead of try
ing to feel, kick or look at the outside
of the tire to determine the pressure,
use the gauge. It should register 20
pounds per square Inch for each Inqh
of tire diameter.
The popular belief .that tires shotild
carry lees pressure In summer time
than in winter is entirely wrong. The
heat from the road, together with the
heat generated within.the casting when
soft t'ends to destroy the tire more
rapidly than It, would: if fully inflated.
Th'e blowout of a tire on a hot day,
when it If properly Inflated, results
not from an increase In pressure, but
generally froi» damaged fiber, which
has been caused by. Injury, or more
often by being run under-inflated at
some earlier time.
Copies of thie bulletin may be had
by writing to the engineering exten
sion department, Iowa State college.
.gHiyrS ARE GIVEN
Bulletin issued from Iowa City Gives
Few Helpful Suggestions
%mmmn TWO Matter
THE DAILY GATE CITY
the addition of
Benzonto of Sodm
SOLDIERS MUST PAY
TAXES COMING YEAR
Failure of Veterans to Apply for Ex
emption Under New Law Means
They Must Pay.
DISS MOINES, Sept. 28.—Scores of
old soldiers, who have in the past
been entitled to a $1,200 tax exemption
will be forced to pay the full assess
ed value in 1916, according to the
county assessor. Ignorance of a law
passed by the last assembly Is re
Under the new law1, old soldiers,
sailors and their widowB are entitled
to a $1,500 exemption, but written ap
plication for seme must be made by
September 1 of the year for which it
The "dead line" has been, passed
and, numerous'war veterans, unaware
of the law requirements, have failed
to apply for exemption. Consequent
ly, they will be forced to pay their
Until beneficiaries become familiar
with t|»e new statute, it will work a
hardship upon them Instead of aiding
them, according to the aasessor, who
is anxious that the new require
ments be given publicity.
Recipes of Out* Pioneer Mothers
for the home treatment of disease
were wonderfully dependable. True,
they knew nothing of drugs, but owed
their success to the roots, herbs and
barks of the Held. It is interesting
to note that Lydia E. Plnkham's Veg
etable Compound, the most successful
remedy' for female Ills we have, was
originally prepared for home use from
one of these recipes. Its fame has
now spread from shore to shore, and
thousands of American women now
well and strong claim they owe their
health and happiness to Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.—Ad
ON MORNING STAR
Five from Here Take Boat on Sunday
"Seventy-five percent of ail tires are
damaged by being run under-inflated."
in the assertion made in a new bulle
tin issued by tbe engineering exten
sion department of Iowa State college.
The bulletin goes into the causes of
tire break down and contains photo
graolis of many kinds of tire abuse.
Morning for New Orleans
sfe Trip. jjiag
The steamer Morning Star, on a
three week's cruise to New Orleans
from Davenport, touched at Keokuk
earty Sunday morning and took on
five Keokuk passengers who had ac
commodations reserved for them.
These were Captain and Mrs. A. C.
Decker, Captain B. Taber and the
Misses Amanda and Dorothy Younker.
The steamer left Davenport on Satur
day afternoon at 3 o'clock with a
large consignment of freight from the
trl-citler for New Orfeans.
This is the first through shipment
from here to the sea by river, it Is
said. In fortv years.
At St. Louis, the steamer will take
on more passengers and,over a hun
dred tons of baking powder consigned
from an East St. Louis factory to New
Orleans. On the return trip, mluch
freight has already been arranged for
to be carried from New Orleans to the
W, C. T. U. Holds Meeting.
MONT CLAIR, N. Y., Sept. 28.—Th®
state W. C. T. U. opened Its annual
oonventlon -here today and will con
tinue In session until Friday.
RELIEVES THE WORST
CASES OF CATARRH
Think "Hyomel the Most Wonderful
Treatment for Catarrh Ever
Do not try to cure catarrh by using
sprays or lotions it cannot be cured
in that manner. The only way In
which this too common disease can
be fully relieved Is through a direct
application to the affected parts that
will kill the bacilli of catarrh and
prevent their growth.
Breathing the air of Hyomel is the
only known method of treatment that
can really accomplish this. It Is the
I simplest, most pleasant and probably
jthe most reliable treatment for ca-
Housewlves—Hang this list In your Itarrh that has ever been discovered,
kitchen It will help you to remem-1 Numerous unsoHcted testimonials
ber that the collection of oity garbage have been received from prominent
needs your co-operation!
1. The owner or occupant of each
house should provide metallic gar-
contains many valuable eUg-
men and women who have been helped
by this remarkable remedy. Ministers,
bankers, lawyers, even eminent physl-
bage cans having close fitting covers clans have given strong testimony as
and side handles. !to the powers of Hyomel.
Garbage cans should be of sum
clent slse to hold twenty gallons, at
3. Put Into the garbage can/ only
animal and vegetable refuse from the
kitchen. "Water, cans, slop, glass-
The complete Hyomei outfit is inex
pensive and consists of an inhaler,
dropper and sufficient Hyomel to last
several weeks. This will effect In
stant relief In ordinary cases, but for
chronic and deep-seated cases of ca-
ware and excess paper should not be tarrh, longer use may be necessary,
put Into garbage cans. and then an extra bottle ot Hyomel
4 Drain garbage of all moisture! can be obtained for a trifling sum. It
and wrap in a -paper before placing It is not alone the best (It might be call
in the can. Handled in this manner, |.ed the. only) method of treating' ca
garbage will not smell bad'y In the tarrh, but it is also the most economi
summer, nor freeze and badly stick to cal.
the can In winter. Wilkinson ft Co. have so much con-
A new bulletin published by the en-jfldence in the power of Hvomel to re
gineering extension department of lleve catarrh, that they wl'l for a llm
InwR "'age under the title, |lted time, sell this medicine
-xtion and Disposal of City their personal guarantee to refund the
Major Hoffman Replies to Qulncy
Man's Inquiry Regarding Amount
B^lng Spent on Six f^t
FAIR TREATMENT TO ALL
8ome Shipper Had Idea^One Section
Waa Getting More Than Other,
Sf According to Qulncy
Because some of the shippers along
the river thought some sections of
the river were receiving better treat
ment in the matter of six-foot chan
nel worlt, L. B. Boswell, frelerht com
missioner for the Qulncy freight bu
reau. addressed a letter to Major O.
O. Hoffman asking him to set them
straight e« to the matter. The let
ter from Malor Hoffman proves con
clusively that all sections are getting
fair treatment. The work from -St
Paul' to Keokuk Is to -be carried on
precisely the same as from Keokuk
to St Louis.
The letter to Mr. Boswell Is pubr
lished in the Qulncy Herald as fol
War Department, "United States En
gneer Office, Rock Island. 111., Sept.
22. 1915.—Mr. L. B. Boswell, Com
missioner, Qulncy Freight Bureau,
Qulncy, 111., Dear Sir Reply to
your inaulry of September 13 has
been delayed through my absence
from the office.
There Is no foundation for the state
ment that greater attention is gi^en
to the river improvement above
Qulncy than below. Up to this year
expenditures on .the Moot project are
St Paul to Qulncy (521 miles) $6,
528 per mile.
Qulncy to Missouri river (137
miles) 17,212 per mile.
This year proposed expenditures
are distributed as follows:
St. Paul to Quincy (521 miles) $1,
278 per mile.
Qulncy to Missouri ^iver (137
miles) $1,643 per mile.
It Is probable that, aB progress Is
made on the more easily advancing
work on improved sections above
Qulncy, a still larger proportion of
the available funds will be spent in
the lower division.
The work Just below Qulncy, -which
is now being undertaken by contract
and day labor forces assisted by a
suction dredpe,-is for the purpose .of
eliminating the shoal crossing known
as Whitney's bar. With this com
pleted, there will be an excellent
channel from Qulncy to Hannibal and
thence to Saverton, the point where
systematic improvement work is pro
ceeding down stream. Similarly the
crossings at Hop hollow, above Alton,
at Mason's Island, ana at Dardenne
island, above Grafton, are being im
Major, Corps of Engineers.
Mrs. C. L. Kerr Is visiting her
sister Mrs. Lazenby, at' Bentonsport.
Lawrence Johnson was a Rervere
B. O. Young has returned from a
short stay In Davenport.
The Shield Bearers Sunday school
class observed Rally day Sunday.
Nineteen members are enrolled, four
teen of whioh were present 601 chap
ters were read and 1.54 collection
was- received. Qladya Camp reported
IOWA WOriEN TESTIFY.
Fort Dodge. Iowa. "About two
vears ago my daughter waa very nerv
ous and run-down In health. Tne doc
tor said she would not live a tor.
Before she had taken a bottle of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription she waa
"My mother took it about twenty
five yean ago for general weakness
and she was cured. can recommend
1227 First Ave.,
So. Fort Dodge, Iowa.
Dubuque, Iowa.—"Have used Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for 36 years.
They have cured me of chronic consti
pation and thus assisted in preventing
104 W. Locust St., Dubuque, Iowa.
At the first symptoms of any de
rangement of the feminine organism
at any period of life the one_ safe,
really hwpful remedy is Dr. Pierce's
Thousands of women in Iowa have
taken it with unfailing success for
diseases of a womanly nature.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
a true friend to women in times of
trial and at times of pain when the
organs are not performing their func
tions. For headache, backache, hot
flashes, catarrhal condition, bearing
down sensation, mental depression,
rliTTWaii, fainting spells, lassitude and
exhaustion women should never fail
to take this tried and true woman's
Prepared from nature's roots and
herbs, it contains no alcohol or nar
cotic, nor any harmful ingredient.
In either tablet or liquid form. Write
Dr.Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y.,
to-day. 136 page book on women's
Dr. Ptaee'a Pellets not only tte
best IMth UverFtU*.
purchaser can say that
jtt did not benefit,
I car lant«.
by Dr. R. V. Pierce, have
motyr «maleL, as
nnder They're pur*4y vegetable.
and refined njed c-jwl
1 priacin'es extracted from the roots o. Amcn-
or t*x for
crm plant*. Do not ftriFe. Oi»e or tiro for
thi-e* or icor to
Grand Prix*j ran*ma-PaaJu Exp*Mo*
the greatest number of chapters whioh
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Craze and
Anna Kerr made a business trip to
Keokuk Wednesday afternoon.
The A. H. T. A. held a convention
at his place Tuesday, Sept. 21. The
Willing Workers served dinner to six
Anna Kerr entertained at. dinner
Sunday the following guests: Madge
and Vera Chronicle, Mayme Burnett,
John Keene, Harold Connor and Ed
Mrs. S. E. Bailey is not improving
as rapidly as' her friends would wish.
Mr. John Nye has moved to Belfast
and Browne Shumake has moved into
the house Mr. Nye vacated.
D. J. Teel, second trick operator at
Dumas, Mo., is enjoying a thirty day
leave of absence. During his vacation
he Intends to visit the exposition at
Indications are that Vlncennes will
be well represented at the Donnellson
fair this week.
Mr. Joe Pence airlved Thursday,
from the west for a short visit with
John Shoemaker has moved into the
E. J. Johnson property on Front street.
Hickory nuts are plentiful and nut
ting parties are much in evidence.
Mrs. H. C. Chronicle and daughter
Vera, have returned from an extended
visit With friends and relatives in
Des Moines and vicinity.
Mrs."fc\ M. Deer is on the sick list,
Espie Gillaffpey who has been quite"
sick, is reported better.
C. P. Johnson has purchased a new
Maxwell touring car.
Irwin Sherrlck was a Vlncennes vts
itor Sunday evening.
Mrs. M. E. Scheevers who for the
past year has feen living near Fair-•
view church, has moved, to Belfast.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bowen of CM
cago were visiting with Mends and
relatives here Saturday.
THIRD IOWA BOYS
Rousing Two Days Session and Camp
Fire Has Been Held at Farm
Ington Last Week.
FARMINGTON. Ta., Sept. 28—The
annual re'in'on of the Third Iowa cav
alry which was held at Miller's opera
house, closed "rousing" two days'
session with a camp lire. The reunion
was deemBd a grand success In every
way. About a hundred and fifty guests
were present and were loud In then
praises of the hospitality of the little
city. The entire town turned out to
greet and welcome the veterans and
her of Individual readings and songs,
the Boy Scouts took a prominent part
and a dozen bright high school girls
in red. white and bine sang songs and
R. drill most admirably.
The afternoon sessions were also
attended by the public.
Hon. Ellsworth Rominger of Bloom
Held, gave a strong and forcible ad
dress in his resnonse to the welcome
by Rev. P. Howk.
Mrs. Bussey Hllllq of Des Moines.
These ~".~08ionq «re not rmlv a
source of pleasure to the old soldiers,
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Office, Masonio Temple. Residence
Office Hours—10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to
p. m. evenings, 7 to 8 Sunday#,
11 to 1 p. m. United States civil ser
DR. BRUOft L. OILPILUtN.
!w Physleian and Surpeow.
Office, 619% Main street, ever
Winger Bros, store. Bell phone' 1B0
Residence. 817 North Fourth street'
Bell ph'qae iSSO-Red.
Hours—10-11 a. a. 2-4 p. mu 7-»
p. m. Sunday by appolntemat
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Hours—10-12 a. m. S to 6 p. m.
DR. W. FRANK BROWN.
Surgery and Ucology.
Hours—2-4 p. m. 7:30-8:30 p. m.
Office No. 10 North Fifth street .
Over Keokuk Savings bank.
Res. No. 318 North Fifth street
8.H. AYRE8. A-3
No Drugs—No Knife—No Osteopathy.
323 Blondeau Phone 1411.
I. 8. ACKLEY
1007 Blondeau 8treet
Iowa Phone 219.
but are most helpful and Inspiring to
our young people. The lesons of pat-:
rlotlsm will never be forgotten. Pride
in belonging to the land of the stars
and stripes Is enhanced as martial
1 music and stirring words reach the
ear. At the conclusion of the session
Mrs. T. S. Robison sang most effec
tively, "God Be With You 'Till We
Result the 8ame.
Sioux Falls Argus-Leader: The
London prise oourt did to the Amerl
oau paokers just what a German sub
marine would have done. The only
difference Is that the prise court
took a little longer to destroy the
Varied and interesting programs
were enjoyed by packed houses each •wri.aji. WnrlH Famnua Dieti.
night. Local talent mingled with sol-!
dlers' voices and gave the big audi
ences something good. Besides a num-
WOrMl jramous Wieil.
tian Says of
If we Americans selected OUT food
from the standpoint of nutrition,
we would hear less of the high cost
of living. We find, especially among
families of very moderate incomes,
that meat Is eaten to excess, the idea
being that an abundant meat diet 13
essential to maintain and repair the
We can well afford to cut down ma
terially on meat and look elsewhere
prbudly known as the "Daughter of the for nutritious and much more econ
Regiment," gave a charming address' omlcal foods. Take Faust Macaroni
yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Hillis is for instance. Of macaroni. Dr.
the daughter of General Bussey, who Hutchison—recognlied as one of the
enlisted from "Vfen Buren county. The
Third Iowa Is tbe old regiment of
Major O. H. P. Scott. of this place,
whose widow passed away a few years
ago. Four surviving members still
live In Farmington. They are: Minor
McCrearv. John Talbot. Ralph Rtgby
and William Breltensteln. The com
of the regiment Is Al. Powers
of nioomfleld. the secretary is J. C.
Leech, also of Bloomfleld. Next year
the reunion will be held in Center^
world's famous dietitians—says: "The
energy value of macaroni compared
with beef Is in the ratio of 100 to
60" and that "Macaroni is absorbed
almost in its entirety," which means
that It is practically all utilized to en
rich the blood and build tissue.
Faust Macaroni is a highly glutin
ous food—muscle and energy builder.
Can be prepared In many tempting
ways. Costs but 10c a large package.
Cut down on meat—substitute Fau:t
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