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Marks Opening of Drive to En
force United States Act.
B9oze raids under the national prohi
bition enforcement act have begun In
Within a few hours after Charles J.
Orblson, prohibition enforcement officer
for Indiana, explained the law to the
police, six arrests had been made.
Mr. Orblson today was assured by
Chief of Police Kinney of hearty co
operation by the police in enforcing the
Five big barrels of wine will be stored
at police headquarters as a result of a
raid on the home of Frank Donas, 2635
West Walnut street. Sergts. Jones and
Hfm reported that Donas, proprietor of
a soft drink place, had the wine in his
cellar. Being unable to remove it, they
stationed a policeman at the place to
guard it and today called for a truck to
take it to headquarters.
Frank E. Turk, 710 North Holmes
avenue, also faces a prohibition violation
charge as the result of the discovery of a
bottle said to contain corn whisky In
his soft drink place.
Philipp Bait, 748 North Holmes avenue,
had on hand a half barrel of raisin' pulp
which. wa s being made into wine, the po
lice charged.
Sergts. Russell and Sheehan and mem
bers of the morals squad arrested Dave
Davis, proprietor of a soft drink place
at 561 East Washington street; Belson
Robinson, 73-year-old negro, and Joe
Davis, negro, 516 East Court street, A
colored woman, who caused the arrests,
said that, she asked Robinson to get a
drink for her, that he got it from Joe
Davis and that Joe got it from Dave
Ed Thomas, negro proprietor of a cab
aret at "Liberty and Washington streets,
is under arrest on a charge of operating
a gambling house. Sergts. Sheehan and
Russell and members of the morals
squad said a craps game was in progress
when they entered the place. The police
got six men and the dice, and slated
the men on eliaregs of visiting a gam
bling house.
Dr. Eigenmann to Study South
American Fish.
Dr. Carl H. Eigenmann, explorer and
authority on fish, plans to explore new
livers in South America and study fish
that abound in them.
Dr. Eigenmann, representing Indiana
university, associated with professors of
Michigan university and with assistance
from Wisconsin university, announces
that he will undertake another expedition
to South America next spring. He will
have the assistance of the Peruvian gov
The explorations and study will cover
a strip of territory 3,000 miles long and
100 miles wide in Peru.
Dr. Eigenmann told alumni of Indiana
university at luncheon yesterday after
noon that officials of the Peruvian gov
ernment told him that if an Indiana pro
fessor cared enough about fish to come
all the way to Peru to study them he
should have the government's aid.
As head of the biology department of
Indiana university Dr. Eigenmann has
made many notable explorations in South
America studying fish. He was congrat
ulated on bis work by Herman G. Deu
pree, newly Installed president of the
local Indiana University Alumni asso
J* W. Cooper to Be
Buried Tomorrow
John W. Cooper, prominent Indianapo
lis contractor, who died at his home, 1523
Broadway, yesterday, will be buried in
Crown Hill cemetery tomorrow after
noon. He died Monday of pajalysis aft
er an illness of more than a year.
Mr. Cooper was treasurer of the Union
Asphalt and Construction Company, lie
was born in Greencastle, Ind., Nov.
25. 1842, and was a captain in the Forty
third 'ndiarqt volunteers during the civil
Surviving him are one daughter, Mrs.
Marguerite Cooper Fitch of Indianapolis;
three brothers, J. IC. Cooper and W. H.
Cooper of Indianapolis, and C. H. Cooper
of Raritan, 111., and one sister, Mrs.
Anna Lane of Cloverdale, Ind.
Grace Laßue Sued by
, Woman for SIOO,OOO
NEW YORK, Jan. 27.—Mrs. Myrtle
TannahUl Hamilton, Hotel Algonquin,
has brought suit against Grace Laßue
Chandler for SIOO,OOO. A summons only
was filed in the county clerk’s office, but
the complaint will charge the musical
comedy star with stealing the affections
of Hale Hamilton, the actor.
Miss Laßue, who won a divorce from
Byron Chandler last spring, is playing
in “Dear Me.” Hamilton is in the same
company, which is on the road.
Mrs. Hamilton was last seen on the
stage here in “Dear Brutus” last season.
Miss Laßue was married to Byron
Chandler in 1909, when he was known
along Broadway as “the million dollar
Four More Speed
Cops Asked by Captain
V Capt. Claude Johnson, chief of the
Traffic squad, wants to sound the death
knell o£ automobile speeders.
He wfi.uts four more motorcycle "cops”
this year and he wants traffic policemen
assigned regularly at Pennsylvania and
New York streets, Capitol avenue and
New Yorrk and Senate avenue and Wash
ington street.
And In making these recommendations
in his annual report he mentions that 986
autoists were arrested on speeding
charges in 1919.
Bloomington Becomes
City of Fourth Class
Special to The Times.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 27.—Bloom
ington today looked herself over as a
fourth-class city. The council moved the
rating of the city up a notch at a meet
lng last night whne it was found the
total assessed valuation of its property
was $11,000,000. v
Muncie Makes Carey
New Chief of Police
Special to The Times.
MUNCIE, Ind., Jan. 27.—John E. Ca
rey is the new Muncie chief of police.
He succeeds W C. Mcllvaine, who has
resigned. The appointment made by
Mayor John R. Kelly Is effective Ueb. 1.
The Original
SflaSted MHk
For Infants and Invalids
Avoid Imitations and Substitutes
Protests Because United States
Has Not Ratified.
PARIS, Jan. 27.—Roumanla is the first
of the allied powers to protest against
decisions of the peace conference on the
ground that the United States has not
yet ratified the treaty and is not par
ticipating in the enforcement of its
The Roumanians have submitted a
memorandum declaring that the deci
sions of the inter-allied Danube commis
sion “are null and void because there
was no American representative upon the
organization,” it wag learned today. The
commission held sessions at Belgrade,
capital of .Tugo-Slavia, throughout
-The ‘Roumanians do not contend that
their protest is final, but state that they
are willing to make a settlement satis
factory to the allies.
Topographical Map
of Indiana Needed
Indiana needs a topographical map,
ssys Dr. W. N. Logan, state geologist
and professor in economic geology nt
Indiana university.
He explains that a topographical map
would locate towns, city streets, roads,
lakes, distinguish level lands from rough
lands, bottom land from high land and
give much diversified information that
would be valuable to business houses.
The cost of mapping the average fif
teen-foot quadrangle is estimated at
shout $6,000. Such a map would be
valuable to almost every line of indus
trial development utilizing the natural
resources of the state, he says.
| Wednesday Bargain Squares
Cut Glass Vases
Very pretty style in deep
floral cut, 12 inches high;
regular $2.48 value, Wednes
day special—**
At $1.69
Women’s Coats, Up
to $35.00 Kinds
Cloth coats, velvet
coats, silvertone coats,
veldhr coats, pompoms,
etc.; plain and fur
trimmed, belted, blouse
and loose back effects;
every one a good warm
winter style; excellent
variety of colors; sizes
16 to 44; choice for
Wednesday only —
At $13.95
12-Yard Bolt Long
cloth at $2.98
Celebrated “Old Glory”
longcloth, made of finest
quality soft twisted
yarns, chamois finish;
sells 30c single yard;
Wednesday L. E. R., 12-
yard bolt —
Only $2.98
Women’s Coverall
Made of pretty light
colored, striped percale
in over 20 different
styles; made by the
American Garment Cos.
and C. B. Cones; sec
onds of regular $2.00 to
$2.50 kinds; Wednes
Special $1.39
Women’s $7.00 Lace
About 35 pairs on the
bargain table for tomor
row; choice of black,
brown, gray kid with
cloth uppers to match;
good shapes and all
Pair, $3.95
6-Foot Genuine Cork
No. 1 quality, sells
everywhere at $1.25;
provided In assorted
neat tile and mosaic
patterns; exceptional
values for Wednesday
Sq. Yd., 89c
Men’s Suits and
Suits of pure all-wool
navy serge, also fancy
worsteds and cassi
meres; overcoats of neat
novelty mixtures;
seamed, plain or seam
belted models; regular
$30.00 and $35.00
values — '
At $22.65
Suedene Gloves
for Women
Fine gauge close knit
cloth, inside fleecing, 2
clasp spring' fasteners;
colors, black, gray and
beaver; all sizes; SI.OO
value —
Pair, 59c
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Plans for Industrial Show
Will End Thursday.
The executive committee of the Opti
mist club will meet Thursday noon at
the Columbia club to complete arrange
ments for the industrial show to bo
staged in Tomlinson hall Feb. 17 to 21,
Clifford G. Askin, chairman, said to
T Members of this committee are: Mr.
Askin, chairman; Rex Boyd, secretary,
and Harry E. Jordan, treasurer. The
following members of special committees
have also been asked to be present at
Thursday’s meeting :'C. D. Bracket,
chairman of the space committee; Harry
G. Hill, chairman of the entertainment
committee; R. P. Bolinger, chairmarb of
the house committee; David P. Potter
field, chairman of the publicity commit
tee, and Cecil Crabb, chairman of the
decorations committee. Heads of the va<-
rious committees will be asked for re
ports. *
The decorators will begin their work
Sunday, Feb. 15, In order that the hall
may be ready for exhibitors to place
exhibits before Feb. 17, when the show
will open.
Wyoming' Senate
Ratifies Suffrage
CHEYENNE, Wyo., .Tan. 27.—The Yyom
ing state senate lare yesterday ratified
the suffrage amendment to the federal
constitution. The vote was 24 for the
resolution and none against. Three mem
bers were absent.
$4.50 Gingham
House Dresses
The material alone in
every one _ of these
dresses is worth $2.00,
not counting the work
manship and designing.
Pretty plaids, chocks and
plain colors, trimmed
with white pique collar
and cuffs; various styles;
sizes 16 to 44; 2d floor;
positively for Wednesday
Choice. $2.59
Black Silk Taffeta
and Messaline
Thirty-five inches wide,
fine black lustrous qual
ity; for dresses, waists
and skirts; regular $2.25
grade* Wednesday L. E.
Yard, $1.79
36-Inch Hair
We have complete as
sortment of shades, in
cluding gray; made with
three separate stems;
regular $4.98 value ;
Only $3.29
“Cones’ Boss’’ Men’s
Work Shirts
Best grade indigo blue,
good heavy grade, all
double stitched yoke
back, faced sleeve, pock
et; all sizes except 16
and IG I every shirt
perfect (two to custom
Each, $1.25
Boys’ $12.75
Knicker Suits
Every suit has 2 pairs
of pants; nifty models of
fancy cassimeres, sizes 8
to 17; just for Wednes
day in the big Loom End
Only $9.65"
Regular $59.50
Axminster Rugs
Heavy deep pile qual
ity, shown In patterns
to harmonize with any
color scheme in your
home; worth today
$69.60; priced in the big
L. E. S. fomWednesday—-
At $42.50
- -
Seconds Set-Snug
Union Suits for
Fine ribbed spring
neeui knit, medium
weight fleecing; shell
stitched neck and front,
sleeveless, elbow and
long sleeve styles; regu
lar and extra large
sizes; worth $2.25 and
_ Suit, $1.59
and $1.79
Smoker and Lecture Slated for
Next Two Days.
Two notable events for members of the
American legion in Indianapolis are
scheduled for the next two days.
Tomorrow night the Haywafdlßarcus
post No. 55 will give a smoker at the
Chamber of Commerce.
Thursday night Capt. Bruce Bairns
father, the famous w r ar cartoonist, will
lecture at Caleb Mills ball under the
auspices of William Noble Wallace post
No. 198.
Arthur R. Robinson will be the pribci
pal speaker at the smoker tomorrow
night. Members of the national bead
quarters organization and the officers of
the Marion county executive board have
been invited.
A reception committee composed of
Robert H. Tyndall, Charles Mayer Jr..
Gaar Williams, Harold H. Brown and
Chic Jackson has been named to greet
Capt. Bairnsfather on bis arrival here.
A legion post has been organized by
twenty former service men who are on
the police force. The temporary officers
are Ed C. Ball, commander; Robert Mc-
Clure, vice commander; T. P. Sweeney,
adjutant, and M. D. Moss, finance officer.
Alleged Slacker’s
Trial Tomorrow
NEW YORK, Jan. 27. —The trial of
Grover C. Bergdoll of Philadelphia, al
leged draft dodger, now a prisoner on
Governor's Island, will begin tomorrow,
it was announced today. Bergdoll, who is
a member of a wealthy Philadelphia fam
ily, was captured at his home by military
intelligence officers after a search lasting
two years. ,
Regular SI.OO
Window Shades
Size 36 inches x 7 feet,
standard dark green col
or; mounted on depend
able roller, complete with
fittings, for Wednesday—
Only 69c
32-Inch Shirting
Shown in pretty stripes
on light, grounds, extra
good quality, regular 45c
value, lengths to 4 yards,
Yard, 29c
27-Tnch Apron
Noat stripes and up to
29c values (250 yards
only for Wednesday’s
Yard, 19c
36-Inch Cretonnes
In Persian and floral
designs, light and dark
colors; lengths to 5
yards; regular 35c value,
Yard, 23c
Mop Sets
Consisting of a tri
angle oil mop with han
dle and bottle of Cedar
Oil; $1 value. L. E. S.—
Set, 68c
No. 2 Galvanized
Best q'u a1 11 y, galvanized
drop handles, $1.59 value
(limit 2), 1., D. S.. only
$1.15 m
Trouville Comfort
, Challies
Light and dark colors;
large selection of pat
terns, regular 22c value,
for Wednesday—
Yard, 15c

Seconds Men’s Black
Cotton Fleece
Lined Socks
Good weight, elastic
ribbed top, slightly im
perfect; well-known
brand; 35c value —
Pair, 15c
Women’s Regular
$2.00 Spats
9-button style, perfect
foot and ankle fitting;
colors gray and brown
only; all sizes; special
for Wednesday—
Pair, 69c
Splendid Lot of Dress
Goods at $1.19 Yard
French serge, plaid
and stripe suiting and
navy shadow check suit
ing; an assortment of
very desirable fabrics
for dresses, skirts and
children's wear; "sells
$l5O regularly, Wednes
day L. E. S.—
Yard, $1.19
Lovely Style Blouses
of Georgette
Not an old styie in
the lot; colors, navy,
white, flesh, taupe, etc.;
embroidery trimmed,
sizes 3$ to 44; regular
$5.00 and $5.95 values for
Wednesday only -
Special, $3.49
Women’s $1.50
Muslin Gowns
Nicely made, full cut,
V neck, slipover style;
some embroidery trim
med; a remarkable bar
gain; also pretty silk
camisoles; 2d floor,
Wednesday only—
At 89c
36-Inch Scout
Best known quality on
the market, ' shown in
checks, extra quality,
stripes and plaids, light
grounds (limit 20 yards
to a customer); regular
35c value; Wednesday
Yard, 19c
$1 Assorted Sills at
69c Yard
Plain and fancy tus
sahs, silk poplins and
brocaded silks in a large
assortment of light and
dark colors; fine for
sport, costumes, waists
and dresses: regular $1
qualities; Wednesday L.
E. S.—
Yard, 69c '
Women’s Hosiery
at 33c Pair
Slightly imper feet
women's Bursou fash*
ioned seamless hose,
black, fine gauge cotton
with white sole; also sec
onds 50c black mercer
ized lisle hose: regular
and out sizes; 3 pairs,
Pair, 33c
Women’s Stylish
$12.00 Boots
Showing the very new
est .English or long, slen
der vamp style with
Cuban or Louis heels;
black, tan or patent; such
well-known makes as W.
L. Douglas included;
Weduesday, pair—
Miller, Former Attorney Gen
eral, Will Assist Senate.
Charles W. Miller, former attorney gen
eral of Indiana, will assist the Townsend
senate committee in Its investigation of
Senator Watson’s charges that employes,
or former employes, of the federal trade
commission are socialists and bolshevlsts.
His appointment was announced by the
committee in Washington late yesterday.
Mr. Miller now is in Washington.
Mr. Miller was United States district,
attorney for Indiana from 1909 to 1914
and during that period prosecuted the
iron workers' dynamite conspiracy cases.
His reputation as an investigator, gained
iru that capacity and as state's attorney
general from 1897 to 1903, caused the com
mittee to retain him.
Senator Townsend is chairman of the
investigation committee. T’he members
are Senators Watson, LaFollette, Wolcott
and Myers.
Man and Wife Held
as Mother’s Slayers
LEAD, S. D., Jan. 27.—Mr. and Mrs.
George Searle are under arrest here to
day on a charge of murder, following an
investigation Into the death of Mrs. Hilda
Neamy, mother of Mrs. Searle.
On the morning of Oct. 7 last the body
of Mrs. Neamy was found partly con
sumed in the furnace of her home. In
dications at the time pointed to murder,
and an investigation, which had con
tinued from that date, resulted in the
arrest of the daughter and son-in-law.
17-In. Swiss Embroidery
Beautiful English eyelet
patterns, provided;, fine for
corset covers and baby
dresses;" regular SI.OO to
$1.25 values; Wednesday—
Yard, 73c
Up to $42.50
Women’s Suits
Both spring and winter
models are featured to
morrow at this notably
low price. Strictly all
woo! models in serges
and poplins; some plain
ly tailored, others with
fur collars. Every one
an amazing value. A
bargain In the fullest
sense. While the lots
Choice, $29.50
Regular $5.00 All-
Wool Serge Middies
Women’s and misses’
sizes; navy only with
white or red braid- also
emblems on sleeves:
Loom End bargain 'or
Only $3.29
Men’s Work and
Dress Pants
Made of fine French
serges; also fancy wor
steds and hoavy weight
lined corduroys; sizes
32 to 60; Wednesday
Pair, $5.55
Men’s $5 and $7.50
Extra heavy cord knit
with large shawl collar:
colors gray, blue, ma
roon, red and combina
tions; all sizes; big spe
cial for Wednesday only,
Choice, $3.65
Regular $2.95
Envelope Chemise
Lovely styles of pink
crepe de. chine with
trimming; daintily
made; regular $2.95 val
ue; Wednesday bargain,
Only $1.95
Women’s “Notaseme’’
Pure Silk Hose
“Notaseme” is a na
tionally popular brand of
silk hose; a standard,
dependable make - ; we
purchased a big lot of
slight seconds, up to
$2.50 kinds; will wear as
’good as firsts; colors
black, gray and brown;
Loom End Wednesday
Pair, SI.OO
Men’s $3.00 Union
Standard make, fleece
lined, heavy weight; col
ors gray, jaeger and
ecru; sizes 34 to 46; $3
grade; slightly imperfect,
Wednesday bargain (two
suits, $3.60) —
Suit, $1.85
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Mrs. Shonts Again
Sues ‘Other Woman’
N-13W YORK, Jan. 27.—A summons In
anew suit against Mrs. Amanda C.
Thomas, principal beneficiary under the
will of the late Theodore P. Shonts. is
on file today, having been filed by his
widow, Mrs. Milla D. Shonts.
The new action is designed to recover
more than $1,000,000 worth of property
Mrs. Shonts believes her husband gave
Mrs. Thomas before bis death.
Mrs. Shonts recently filed a suit against
Mrs .Thomas asking $1,000,000 for alleged
alienation of her husband's affections.
Local Man Seeks
to Meet Martens
Milton L. Clawson, Indianapolis at
torney , is In Washington to see C. A. K.
Martens, Russian soviet representative,
and endeavor to sell Russia a large
number of tractors manufactured by an
Illinois company, it was announced to
Have Sloan’n Liniment ready for
those sudden rheumatic
DON'T let 'that rheumatic pain or
ache find you without'Sloan's
Liniment again. Keep it bandy
in the medicine cabinet for immediate
action when needed. If you are out of it
now, get another Dottle today, so you
won't suffer any longer than necessary
when a pain or ache attacks you.
Apply It without rubbing—for it pen
etrates —giving prompt relief of sciatica,
lumbago, neuralgia, lameness, soreness,
sprains, strains, bruises. Be prepared—
keep It handy.
Ail druggists-35c., 70c., SK4O. —Adver-
Simple, Safe, Reliable Way
If you are carrying around ten to sixty
pounds of unhealthy fat you are unneces
sarily weakening
your vital organs
and are bearing a
burden which de- sh
stroys the beauty of Wip r3hß
your figure.
Why continue a
victim of superfluous V
fat? If you want to
reduce your weight
In a simple, safe andgßgr;\\l
reliable way, wlth-tggf '
;out starvation diet
Bt the n k o oreln*s":
item Is just what you should try. Spend some
•time daily in the open air, take seven deep
.breaths each morning and night and use oil
of koreln; following simple directions that
come with the box. Weigh and measure your
self once a week. WONDERFUL!
Oil of koreln Is absolutely harmless, is
pleasant to take. Even a few days' self
treatment has often been
reported to show a no
tieeable reduction In
□RSBP" _A weight and measure
fcljw A merits. Your work be
rv -Jr* comes easier ; a mora
buoyant, vivacious feel
lng takes possession of
w your whole body and
. C wftkA Become attractive, look
TL • ■■•a and feel younger; add
Before sad Atttf yearn to your life! Ba
surprised and delighted.
Amare your friends, tool First, obtain a
box of oil of koreln at any busy drug store.
A SIOO guarantee In each box that by fol
lowing koreln system you will lose 10 to 60
pounds, whatever weight you wish. A hro
ehure will be mailed (plain wrapper) free by
Korein Cos Station F, Js'ew York, Y.
I No Internal medicine will cure Eczema. |
Onlv bv the application of CRANO- B
LF.NE. the great external remedy, can B
the Eczema microbe be destroyed. Prow W
this statment for yourself at our expense. B
Science has discovered that tbc acid-like B
juice found under the skin of the common y
table cranberry quickly destroys the tiny ■
skin parasites that cause Eczema, and ■
meet other skin trouble*. This -
mild acid ha* now been com-/) H.
bined with soothing, cool- MJ rfut/f
injj, healing oila. The
fl ft^<^^^tbat irtißj!out
Bl Jar the canse of skin
wm W diseases. heals the
w Korea and restores the
akin to natural health
and color. CRANOLENK is Bold by all good
druggieta in 36c ands 1 jara, or direct by
mail, postpaid.
Important—ls poor druggist cannot supply
you, write direct to Cranolene Cos.. Girard.
Kane., for free teat treatment.
Money Positively Returned It Slot \atlsfUd
■MI Sold and OuaranteOd by IB—nr
9 South Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Ind
Acid-Stomach Makes
Millions Old Before
rrii - •
Iheir lime
The famous scientist, Prof. Metchnikoff, de
clared that people generally become decrepit—
feeble, aged—years and years before their time
—that a person ought to live well over a hun
dred years. He proved that the toxic poisons
which form in the intestines and cause auto
intoxication had more to do with shortening life
than anything else. Clean out these poisons
and there is no reason why human beings
should n6t live, hale, hearty, strong and vigor
ous, a hundred years or more. Sucn is the doc
trine as taught by the noted Metchnikoff.
What causes those toxic poisons—where do
they come from —how do they get into the in
testinal tract ? Science gives us an answer in
one word—Acid-Stomach.
Acid-Stomach causes food fermentation;
and it is this mass of partially digested, sour,
fermenting food passing through the intestines
that creates toxic poisons that are absorbed
into the blood and carried into every part of
the system, causing a long train of diseases and
making millions of men and women feeble,
haggard and old looking before their time when
by right they should be strong, healthv, in the
prime of life.
Common senee tells us that in order to 6top
those toxic poisons forming in the intestines,
you must get rid of the Acid-Stomach; just as
“Pape’s Diapepsin” is the quickest, surest relief for
a Sour, Acid, Gassy Stomach —Distress vanishes!
Stomach acidity causes Indigestion!
Food souring, gas, distress! Wonder
what upset your stomach? Well, don't
bother! The moment you eat a tablet
or two of Pape’s Diapepsin all the lumps
of indigestion pain, the sourness, heart
burn and belching of gases, due to acid
ity, vanish—truly wonderful!
Millions of people know that it is
needless to be bothered with indigestion,
Many Friends Asking
Cause of Her Change—
Tells Them “It’s
“The friends I’m meeting on the street
nowadays hardly know me and they in
variably inquire about what I have been
doing to myself,” Mrs. Maud Stuck, a
well-known Indianapolis woman of 930
Woodlawn avenue, slid a few days ago.
“Os course,” she added, "I always tell
them that Trutona is solely responsi
ble for the remarkable change in my
"I had been subject to severe spells of
nervousness.” Mrs. Stuck • continued.
“I'd almost collapse at times and on one
occasion I bit my tongue so badly that
I still have a scar. Why, I'd almost
go Into a fit when this nervousness would
come over me. I had a lot of trouble with
my bowels, too. T tried a lot of different
laxatives but none of the.m seemed to
regulate my bowels. T was operated on
for my nervous trouble, but even this
didn't put, an end to the terrible ner
vous spells. Finally, after I had gotten
pale and sallow and had no life about me
at all, T decided to begin frying differ
ent medicines and keep on taking them
until I found the right o n e.
“Just about this time a neighbor asked
me if I ever tried Trutona, saying that
she had used the medicine and that it
had helped her wonderfully. Then I began
taking Trutona and would you believe
it. ’ haven’t had one of those former ter
rible nervous spells to this day. My
bowels act regularly every day now. I've
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In short. I'm looking healthy and I feel
like a different person. Trutona is the
only thing that relieved me of my terri
ble condition nud I'm glad to recom
mend it.”
Trutona is sold in Indianapolis at-the
Hook Chain of Drug Stores and O. W.
Brooks’ Drug Store, Pennsylvania and
Ohio streets.—Advertisement.
Says Backache is sign you have
been eating too much
When you wake up with backache and
dull misery in the kidney region it gen
erally means you have been eating too
much meat, Raj's a well-known authority.
Meat forms uric acid which overwork*
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you are obliged to seek relief two or
throe times during the night.'
Either consult a good, reliable physi
cian at once or get from your pharmacist
about four ounces of Jad Salts; taka
a tablespoonful In a glass of water be
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Jad Salts is k life saver for regular
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dentists tell as that we must get rid of acid
mouth to keep the teeth from decaying. When
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This remedy is called EATONIC, a com
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Twenty-five thousand druggists sell and
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dyspepsia or a disordered stomach. A
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ize acidity and give relief at once—no
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The cost, is so little. The benefits so
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harmless, stimulating 1
-physic o {certain action — I
Nature’s own remedy.(
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