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► CITY’S LAXITY IN SANITATION Says Indianapolis Should Be Rid of Vaults Which Contaminate Welts. ASKS HEALTH SURVEY Spettol to The Times. FRENCH LICK, Ind., March 9.—Erg ing a sanitation survey of Indianapolis, Robert E. Tracy, director of the bureau of governmental rese' rh, Indianapolis Chamber of Commerc today warned of the peril of germ spreading backyard vaults. He spoke at the thirteenth an imal meeting of the Indiana Sanitary and Water Supply association. "The problem of the private well and privy vaults is still with us tn Indiana,” k Mr. Tracy said. “The state board of health has shown by test that over half of the private wells in the state are polluted in some way oranother. Wherever the well and the vault are in close proximity, it is almost a dead cer tainty tha* the water is germ laden and that the drinkers of it will sooner or later develop typhoid fever. RECALLS REPEAL OF ORDINANCE. “Some of the cities in our state, not ably Ft. Wayne and Logansport, ana perhaps others which I do not now re call, have passed drastic ordinances de claring privy vaults a nuisance wher ever a sanitary sewer is available. Such an ordinance was passed in Indianapolis during the typhoid epidemic of 1916, but unfortunately was limm'ediately repealed owing to short-sighted objections, which were made to it at the time. It is esti mated that there are ten to fifteen thou sand privy vaults in Indianapolis, and w know that within the mile squaro there are 664. What does it profit a city to have a good system of filtrated water when a considerable number of itj citisens are drinking the contents ot contaminated wells? "What we need in Indianapolis is a sanitary survey that will definitely lo cate all of these private wells and privy vaults, followed by the preparation of a map showing the connection between these vaults and wells and the homes where typhoid fever raises its cruel hand. If such a map were prepared and dis tributed It would not be long before Indianapolis citizens would insist on a drastic ordinance compelling sewer con nections wherever sewers are available. SAYS EXPENSES COT7LD BE HANDLED. “The objection is made that these sewer connections are costly and will be a bur ,den upon some people. Certainly a plan could be worked out by which these im provements could be paid for on install ments just 3S other public improvements are now paid for. “More of an effort should be made to interest the police department in sani tary work, and perhaps a considerable part of this vault survey could be done by the policemen. The co-operation of the police department hak b 'en secured in other cities to do a large part of the vcrk now done by the sanitary police in Indianapolis. Indianapolis unfortunately does not spend enough money for dis ease pr<*vention. Whereas we spend 23 cents per capita, Rochester. N. Y., spends 33 cents: Providence, R. 1.. 72 cents; Louisville, Ky., 35 cents; Kansas City. Mo., 34 cents, and Jersey City, 66 cents. Public health is purchasable and the sooner we realize that the better.” HAAG TO FACE COURT IN WEEK New ‘Blind Tiger* Case Con tinued in City Court. The new “blind tiger" charge placed against Louis E. Haag, druggist, will be heard in city court on March 16. The case was continued In city court late yes terday. A “blind tiger” charge against Charles Richardson, negro. 32 West Tenth street, an employe of the Haag Drug Company, was dismissed, after he was fined $1 and costs on a charge of stealing whisky, and a jail sentence of fifteen days was added. Police alleged that Richardson was “bootlegging” In a soft drink place on West Tenth street. He saicl he was giving away the whisky, not selling it. He was alleged to have said that he stole it from the Haag Brothers drug store on North Pennsylvania street. The police say they found twenty-three half pints in the store. John McCall, 2209 Fountain street, a merchant policeman, was fined SIOO and costs and sentenced to serve thirty days on the penal farm by Judge Pritchard. The sentence was suspended. A charge of larceny was continued. McCall patrolled the district in which the Grocers’ Supply Company, 128 South Pennsylvania street, Is located. Police charge that he and Ernest Smock, 323 Blast Market street, a former merchant policeman, took alcohol belonging to the supply company and manufactured whisky, which they sold. The case of Smock was continued. Brand New Way to Remove Hairy Growths (Actually Remoies Roots and All) The vexed question of how to com pletely banish superfluous hair has been solved at last! By moans of the new i'helactlno process, the hairs entire, roots and all, come out before your very eyes— easily, harmlessly, “quick as a wink.” It Is so different from the depilatory, electrical and shaving methods, yon simply must try it to fully appreciate its remflrkable advantages. . Phelaetlne is perfectly odorless, non irritating, non-polsonous—a child could eat it without the least injury. It leaves the skin so soft, smooth and hairless, no one could tell you ever had a moustache or other hairy growth. If you will pro cure a stick of plielaetine from your druggist and follow the simple instrue tlons, vou will certainly be astonished and delighted with the resalt.—Adver tisement. Mies, do ini&- When the Children Cough, Rub Musterole on Throats and Chests No tening how soon the symptom? may develop into croup, or worse. j then’s when you’re glad you have a jar of Musterole at hand to give prompt, sure relief. It does not blister' As first aid and a certain remeiy, Musterole is excellent. Thousands ol mothers know it. You should keep a jar in the house, ready for instant us§ 1 It is the remedy for adults, too. Re iieves sore throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheu- j matism, lumbago, pains and aches ol back or joints, sprains, sore muscles chilblains, frosted feet and colds of the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). 30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.5Q FRANCE DEMANDS FORMAL APOLOGY Given Pledge That Germans in Riot Will Be Punished. BERLIN, March 9.—Gen. Nollet, head of the French mission here, today visited Hermann Mueller, German foreign min ister. and formally demanded that the government apologize for the actions of a group of Germans who Saturday night attacked two French officers in the res taurant of the Hotel Adlon. Prince Joachim Albrecht, cousin of the former kaiser and leader of the Germans who beat the Frenchmen because they failed to stand when the restaurant or chestra * played “Deutschland Cber Alles,” must be punished for his part in the affair, Nollet said. Mueller expressed the government's re grets at the entire Incident and promised punishment for the attacking Germans. The government will offer a formal apology to the French government, Mueller said. Nollet also informed the German for eign minister that Belgium and Italy will expect reparations for the recent attack upon Belgian, British and Italian soldiers at Prentzlau, in which he said several allied troops were injured. Joachim was taken to the foreign office yesterday. He said his memory of the fight in the Adioq restaurant was hazy, but denied that he threw anything at the French officers. Newspapers asserted that the prince was intoxicated. HUNGARY TO GET NO MORE LAND Allies Won't Revise Treaty in Favor of Magyars. LONDON, March 9. —The allies have refused to revise the Hungarian treaty in favor of the Magyars, the graph stated today. The proposal to re vise it so as to give Hungary 3,060,000 additional population that hud been ten tatively allotted to Jugo-Slavia and Cxecho-Slovakia came from Premier NlttL - \ The Czechs, Slavs and Roumanians are uniting la a collective note to the su preme council asking it to extend Us anti-dynastic measures to Include the Hapsburgs, Coburgs and Hohenzollerns so that no members of those families may return to power. Scores Routed by Fire on L Train NEW YORK, March 9.—Fire en a Third avenue elevated express train at One Hundred and Forty-second street today destroyed one car, badly damaged two others and routed scores of tenants from buildings near the “L” structure. There were no passengers on the train. At the first chill! Take Genuine Aspirin marked with the “Bayer Cross” to break up your Cold and relieve the Headache, Fever, Stuffiness. Warning! To get Genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over 19 years, you must ask for “Bayer Tablets of Aspirin,” and look for the name “Bayer” on the package and on each tablet. Always say “Bayer.” - Each “Bayer package” contains safe and proper directions for the relief of Colds —also for Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis and for Pain generally. Bayer-Tablets^Aspirin Boxes of 12 —Bottles of 24—Bottles of 100—Also Cipsules—All druggists Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacidester of Sailcylicacld ‘"You Never See Aged Fat People” The physician Is telling these two patients, each of whom feela “more or less upset most of the time,” that if they reduce their weight they will become healthier, more contented—and longer lived. Overstoutness Imperils the health in many ways. The accumulations of adipose tissue, packed around the vital organs, cause serious disorders, one of the most dangerous being the Ua bility to sudden HEART FAILURE. It you 7 are corpulent, you know the strain upon 'm. your heart, particularly when compelled to undergo some unexpected activity. Your / y life is no stronger than your heart. Don’t / /\ (v<|. risk untimely death. Ask any physician what v\l thm this meansl REDUCE WEIGHT HAPPILY! \ Iff Fat people are often victims of apoplexy, Y IB collapse from heat or sunstroke. The risk V i 3 of accidents is greater than among persons JK.M of normal weight. When fat people become 182 111 from almost any pilment their risk of 1M? death Is greater. And you want to live! Adiposity dulls the mental as well as the physical processes. It Impedes progress to ward social, or professional, or business Before ani success. It is the foe to efficiency, sym- Afttr metry and personal beauty. Become slender! Do it by the best self-treatment In the world. Follow the pleasant and inexpensive AT DRUGGISTS’ OR BY MAIL If you prefer to obtain Oil of Korein from us. rather than at the drug gists’, send $1 cash, money order or stamps to KOREIN COMPANY. I Re.. 146 East 328 St, Hew York. N. Y. UilqfKgrgm POLISH FAMILY LIFE ‘PASSING’ Poor Forget Meaning of Home, Says Zoe Beckley. By ZOE BECKLEY. Newspaper Enterprise Association Staff Correspondent. WARSAW, March 9.—Motherhood in the homes of the Polish poor seems a mockery. I visited today the home of a mother and her three children. It was high In a tenement above a stable yard and the one small window looked over mud dy cobblestones i(nd pools of filthy water. There was a stove, a wooden stool and pile of indescribable bedd’ng where the mother and the three kiddles sleep together to keep warm. This mother had only (he potatoes cooked by sympathetic neighbors. She and her stunted babies clung to my skirts thanking God for the few marks I gave them. ORPHANS HOISED WITH GRANDPARENTS. I found an old man and his wife and two grandchildren huddled together In an underground room. The children s parents died sleeping on the bare floor' of # the place. This old man. a refugee from >the eastern border, is Jewish and highly educated. He could obtain work of no kind, though he tramped the city for six months. They living on refuse. The woman's mind is failing and the children are partially fed by other families who are scarcely less miserable thin they. FI TI RE OF TOTS SEEN AS Ht’BlOl'S. Who is to care for these children when the grandparents are dead? _ The orphanages themselves are porty strieken and overcrowded now with children. There is no public money in Poland for these purposes. A large part of Poland Is ravaged by i the fangs of famine. What America has already sent has done wonders and Is greatly appreciated, ; but, In mercy’s name, won't the people j of America send more—help Poland ! quickly before her people forget the ! meaning of the word “home.” Bankers Accused of Booze Cellar Raid CHEYENNE, WYO, March Iff Two bankers, one stafe officer and twVS wide ly known business men are at liberty today under bond following arrest on a charge of ‘highjacking” and raiding the booze cellar of A. I. Abbott, president of the First National bank. Those arrested are Frank Mullen, teller of the First National; J. G. Forbes, head of the sav ings department of the Stock Growers' j National bank; Frank S. Jones, assistant state veterinarian; Otis Kitchen and R. j C. Patterson, business men. Korein system by taking OTT, OF KORKIN and apply ing the simple seven directions to your own life. Easy and satisfying. No thyroid, no salts, no calomel; eat all you need, no tedious exercising. The Korein system Is a delight to overstout persons who have the ambition and good sense to reduce their sizo.—• Obtain OH of Korein In any busy drug •tore. The directions of Korein system ac- *->. company it; also the SIOO.OO GUARANTEE J that you will reduce 10 to 60 lbs., or more jpL (whatever you need to), or your money re- S* funded without hesitation upon your rt— Jsj'-' /. \ quest, as specified. This is the gamine weight- JjjW \ reduction treatment that you have been seeking l \\ BECOME SLENDER NOW! Weigh yourgelf and use the tape measure IBj j before starting. Keep a record of your re- jWH' / duction from week to week. Listen to the A pleasant remarks of your friends when they ■ /\ observe how much more attractive you are ■' V \ becoming. If you have been refused life B insurance because of your excessive fatness, Bu you may soon be accepted as a ‘‘good rink." JP?/<&■-* Sparkling eyes, sprightly step, keenness. of mind, suppleness, symmetrical figure. Before ani Virility, vitality—worthwhileness in life— if ter await you! Adopt the delightful Korein svstem. Make the start to-day. Add years and hap piness to your life, INDIANA DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCH 9,1920. Argue on Injunction in Big Rubber Deal Arguments for a preliminary injunction filed in the case of S. H. Goldberg of Chicago against Clyde Smith and others of South Bend to prevent the defendant from wthdrawing $250,000 from the bank or disposing of property are being heard l>y Judge A. B. Anderson in federal court. The suit was brought to set aside a contract between the Super-Tread Tire Company of South Bend and the W. S. W. Tire and Rubber Company of Meridiiui, Conn., for the sale of a secret rubber making process, said to have been fraud ulent. The suit is said to involve some $400,000. Ice Box Gamesters Get $5 With Costs Seven men, arrested in a raid on an dee box in an abandoned smoke house at the rpar of 1233 Oliver avenue, were fined $5 and costs each for gambling, in city court Monday afternoon. Sev eral of the men had been arrested in a raid on the basement of an Oliver ! avenue pool room recently, police said. “SYRUP OF FIGS” i CHILD’S LAXATIVE Look at tongue! Remove poisons from stomach, liver and bowels. ” T\ Accept “California” Syrup of Figs only—look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child Is having the best and most, harm less laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love Its delicious fruity tast. Full directions for child's dose on each bottle. Give it without fear. Mother! You must say ’'California."— Trial! Pyramid for Rs:ief? If Not, Send for a Free Trhl Treat ment. Mirny Saved I rom Operations. • | Kavo you tried Pyramid? If not, I why don't you? The trial is free- I just mail coupon below —and the C \ Jr/* Pyramid Is Just Wonderful. You Will Surely Agree After a Trial. results may amaze you. Others are praising Pyramid Pile Treatments as their deliverer —why not you? Mall coupon now or get a 60c box from ar.y druggist anywhere. Take no subrtitute. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DREG COMPANY. ' Pyramid Bldg.. Marshall, M.'efe. rrir.diy rend m? a Free simple of Xyranild Pile Treiiafcgt, in plain wrapper. Name. ■•....•••** ,yw., oxiir •***•*•• Street. City .5tate........... NEW BROCHURE FREE TO YOU A brochure of Korein system, with convincing testimonials. will be mailed free (In plain wrapper) if you write to KOREIN COMPANY, 100., I*B Eut 32d St- New York, N. Y. Baby Shunned Because of Eczema! John M. Shooting. Ml Main St.. Lancaster, Ohio, writes: “My baby boy contracted a severe case of Eczema which covered hie them and bead. Vieitori to our home would ehun my child because he looked eo terrible. I procured a bottle of D. D. D. In an in credibly short time my boy was cured.” Thousands of letter* from grateful users of D. D. D. prove its wonderful results in healing torturing skin disease. The very first applica tion allay s the itching and burning. Why not try a bottle at once and be convinced? Your money back if the first bottle does not hring relief. 85c, eoc and SI.OO Try D.D.D. Soap, tpo. ODD. 2ML lotion for Shin Disease Sleeplessness Conquered Without Narcotics S J Those nights of sleepless torture need not be put up with, now that sclincs has come to the rescue. Read what Mrs. Stahl says about her Case: “My case was one of chronic sleep lessness. I suffered from this for more than ten years. I \se.l all sort* of treatment, had medical men In Germany and England prescribe for int*. tried the Kneip cure with electric baths, aso osfe ipathy, but alt of these were unsuc cessful in bringing results By a mere coincidence, I came in touch with Wheel er's Nerve Vltalixer. I gave It a fair trial and found It of great benefit. It gave me the most valuable thing In the world si •op.” Mrs. Fannie L. Stahl. 1035 Jefferson Ave., Brooklyin, N. Y. Ask for Wheeler's Nerve Vltalixer. It is safe and dopeless - does not contain alcohol or narcotics. In successful use for 3n years. sl.lO per bottle at drug stores or by prepaid express SAMPLE bottie-for 10 cents to help pay cost of mailing The .1 W. BRANT CO., Dept. 763, Albion, Mi'h. Advertisement. For Stomach Agony A*k Your Druggist About Mi-0-Na. It Gives Relief in Five Minutes. Your druggist will tell you that Ml-O Na Is guaranteed to relieve quickly and safely, upß-t stomach and indigestion, or your money w!R' be refunded. Have you gas on stomach? One MI-O-Na Tablet and the misery la ended. Are you bilious, dtxzy or nervous? 511-0 Na will help to put you rtght lu a day ; gives relief In five minutes. Now, dear reader, don't go on suffering with stomach trouble. Be fair to your self: throw aside prejudice and try Mi- II Na \nd money back If you don’t say Mi ll Na is worth It* weight in gold. Sold by |e idlng drn~-'ts everywhere and by ifaag drug stores. [JYOMEf Ends Catarrh or money back. Jnst breathe it in. Outfit including inhaler $1.15. Extra bottles (30c. All Druggists. IF KIDNEYS ACT BAD TAKE SALTS Says Backache is sign you have been eating too much meat. * When you wake up with backache and dull m!s>ry in the kidney region it gen erally means you have been eating too much meat, says n well-known authority. Meal, forms prle arid whieb overworks the kidneys In their effort to filter it from the blood and they beeome sort of paralyzed and loggy. When your kidneys get sluggish and'clog you must rcliere them, like you relieve your bowels; re moving all the body's urinous waste, else you havo baekache, sick headache, dizzy spells; your stomach sours, tongue Is coated, and when the weather is bad you hare rheumatic twinges. The urine Is cloudy, full of sediment, channels often get sore, water scalds and you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night. Either consult a good, reliable physi cian nl once or get from your pharmacist about four ounces of .Tad Salts; take a tnblespooiiful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and'your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with llthla, and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize acids in the nrlne so It no longer Irritates, thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts ts a life saver foe regular meat eaters. It Is Inexpensive, can not Injure and makes a delightful efferves cent llthia-water drink.—Advertisement. BETTER DEAD Life is a burden when the body is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take GOLD MEDAL The national remedy of Holland for ova# 200 years; it is an enemy of all paina re sulting from kidney, liver and uric acid troubles. All druggists, thres sixes, leak far t&a Dana Gold Made) ea tvary baa sad aeeeet ao Vitalina CONVINCING STATEMENTS FROMM INDIANAPOLIS PEOPLE REVEAL TRUTONA’S REMARKARLE MERIT Former Indianapolis Mayor and Widely Known Hoosier Heartily Indorses Trutona f —jT VS a general tonic for building up a weakened ant? rundown con | dition of the system Trutona is without an equal.” fcJawjE anapolis mayor and widely known resident of the Hoosier VMBfj state, thinks about the merits of Trutona, the perfect tonic. Mr. Shank needs n<> introduction to | residents of the capital city or to i thousands of Tndlonlans, whose friend ■ hip he ha* so deserving))' won. Born j bgd raised In Indianapolis, Mr. Shank has for years been prominent In public ; life throughout the state. Serving as mayor of the Capital <’ity from 1010 to ! 1914. he faithfully and efficiently dis charged the duties of tha office, win nine for himself and his asso'lnt-* the commendation end respect of thousand* Since completing hl> term a* mayor. Mr. Shank, who lives it .'.547 East Wash Inston ‘street, hi* bi "n engaged in t'.i" storage bus ness at 227 29 North New Jersey street. Lew Slunk Is noted for hi* "good fellowship" attitude toward others and hi* recommendation of Trutona Is a striking example of Ills ever present de sir* to “help the other fellow.'' “I must say that it gives me pleasure DR. RICHARDS’ WORDS SHOW WHY TRIJTONA QUICKLY CONQUERS BAD AFTER-EFFECT OFRA VAGING ( FLU ’ “As an appetizer, strengthens, system builder and real nerve tonic, I can heartily rccommeud and commend Tru tona." Dr. .1. Ulchnrds, the prominent Ten nessee physician, in making tin. l fore going statement, lias really pronounce.l Trutona a remarkable treatru lit for overcoming serious after eff.i is „f la tluenza. pneumonia and the l>ke. Victims of these dreaded winter nial adles, after "recovering” from an attack, almost Invariably find themselves pos •cased of little or no appetite and their systems in a dreadfully weakened, run down and nervous eondttlon. Consld erlng Dr Richard*’ words, If Is easy to understand why Trutona has proven TrutonA fcITHE PERFECT TONIC Mm / j \ sold in Indianapolis at the Hook Chain of Drug Stores and 0. W. Brooks’ Drug Store, Pennsylvania and Ohio streets. Trutona is sold by the following Indiana druggists: Akron. Scott & Arter. Albany. Charles W. Harrison. Alexandria. Balley-Edward* Drue Cos. Anderson. Cassell Bros. Angola, Krai* Drug Store. Ashley. B. M. Davis. Attica, C. F. Robinson & Son. Auburn. Frank H. Hubbard. Aurora. Wm. Ulrich. Batesvllle, Blank's Pharmacy. Bedford. R. I. Bedoe. Bicknell, U. W. Mayberry. Bloomfleld. F. L. Burke. Bloomington. J. W. O’Harrow. Bluffton, Wells Drug Cos. Boonvllle. Bert Parker. Brazil. Mendenhall A Artman. Brook. Montgomery A Snyder. Brookston. A. D. BoomerahlnK, Brownstown. O. H. Emerson. Bunker Hill. People's Drug Store. Butler. Geo. W. Geddes. Cambridge City. Dean House. Campbellsburg. L. O. Driskell. Cannelton. H. A. Clark. Carlisle. Wlnegar’s Pharmacy. Carmel, 1,. J. Small. Cayuga. Auble & Alter. Centerville, Centerville rharmacy. Charlestown, C. M. Bottorff. Chr ney. James Adams. Churubusoo. Briggs & Benward. Clay City. Jett's Drug Store. Clinton. White's Pharmacy No. 1. Columbia City. J. H. Kelser * Cos. Columbus. Clarence W. Adams. Connersvllle. Merrill Drug Store. Converse. Agnes Drug Cos. Corydon. Percy L. Davie. Covington, Belles & Son. CrawfordevtUe. H. P. Scharf. Crotliersville. C. W. Taulman. Cvnthlana, John E. Stevens. Dale. J. W. Ladd. Danville, Harkness & Kedlfer. Darlington. Corner Drug Store. Decatur, Smith. Yager A Falk. Delphi. Heed A Adame. Dunkirk, Hoe Bros. Earl Park, B. C, Martin. Edinburg. Taylor & Both. Elnora, Henry B. Stalcup. Blwood, B - Sneed & Cos. English. K. R. Gobble & Son. Evansville, J. F. Bomm Drug Cos. Falrmount, Pioneer Drug Store. Farmereburgh, Chas. Parish. Flora, Chaa. R. Eller. Fortvllle, J. F. Johnson. Fort Wayne. People’s Drug Store. Fowler. 3. W. Rod mar.. Frankfort Walter C. McKown. °** W*p**r A* w* Wm -4-w-u LEW SHANK to recommend Trutona to those suffer ing as I did." Mr. Shank recently re marked to a Trutona representative. > “For several years I have been bothered with indigestion and constipa tion and I didn’t have a very good ap petite.” he continued. “1 tried number less medicines la an effort to get relief, but to no avail. “Trutona was reommended to me and I IcMilt and to try it. Today, thanks to, ( us medicine. I feci more able to at tend t- * it" business than I have for year* I've found Trutona a remarkable medki • for overcoming constipation, indigestion and a weakened condition of ihe system. “1 believe l am passing a good word along In making this statement and I feel It's my duty to recommend Tru touft.”—Advertisement. such a remarkable remedy for ovtycom- j Ing these bad after-effects. “An appetizer, strengthener, system ' builder and real nerve tonic”—these are the quallflcatiops that have won for Tru- j tona the unstinted praise of thousands of unfortunate influenza and pneumonia \ b "m ; uho havo regained their health through the Perfect Tonic. "Ult\T OTHERS SAY.” Mike Hamilton, a traction company! cmi hoe and well known Terre Haute !ii:.:.. who lives at 41s South Pearl street, i enthusiastically praising the reconstruc- j the powers of Trutona. says: ”1 can hardly realize how much good j Trntona's done for me in ridding my ; system of the after-effects of Influenza. ] t certainly feel different nowadays and | Georgetown, F. E. TCespler. Goshen, H. E. Btckel. Gosport. C. B Criss. Grand View, H. O. Stutevllle. Greencastle. R. P. Mullins. Greenfield, Early Drug. Cos. Greensburg, St. John A Guthrie, llaubstadt, P. J. Emntert. Huntinghurg, Dr. C. \V. Schwartz Huntington, Bradley Bros. Jamestown, Joseph Drug Cos. Jaaonvllle, W. H. Walter*. Jasper. Crescent Pharmacy. Jeffersonville. Ben Doolittle.* Kentland. Healy & Ross. Kewanna. Elston A Son. Knightstown. Jolly's Drug Store. Kokomo. People’s Drug Store. Lafayette. Bartlett Drug Cos. LaPorte, Canfield's Pharmacy. Laurel. S. W. Brier. Latvrenceburg. A. F. Schmidt. Lebanon. Masters & Mitchell. Lewisville, John C. Keller. Lincoln City. Dr. O. T. Crofton. Linton. W. J. Hamilton. Logansport. Red Cross Pharmacy. Loogootee. G. A. Walker. Madison, John Baum. Marlon. Merritt's Drug Stores. Market. F. J. Harvey. Martinsville, Sterling Drug Store. Mentone. Shafer & Goodwin. Mlqhigan City, Kahn-Westphal Drug Cos. Middletown. Miller Bros. Milan, W. E. Lawless. Milford. Milford Drug Cos. Milltown, S. M. Waltx. Mitchell, City Drug Store, W. A. Bur ton's Sons. Monon, W. A. Handley. Montezuma, Murdock’s Pharmacy. Montlcello, F. E. Bowman & Bros. Montpelier, People's Drug Store. Morristown, W. L. Parish. Mishawaka. Red Cross Pharmacy. Mt. Vernon. Boyce A Williams. Muncio. Michael's Three Drug Stores. Nappanee, Walters & Walters. New Albany. E. G. Mayes. New Carlisle, Warner Drug Store. Newburg, Herman Brlzlus. Newcastle. Rose City Pharmacy. New Harmony. F. J. Miller. Noblesvfile. Haines' Drug Store. North Liberty, North Liberty Phar macy. North Mancheater, Burdge'e Stores. North Vernon, C. T. O'Haver. Oakland City, J. C. Oeborna. Goom she Odon Drug Cos. 1k -fy. ,| £ HER STATEMENT MOST AMAZING, YET CONVINCING Week’s Trutona Treatment Aided Mrs. Smith More Than All Other Medicines. DAUGHTER SEES CHANGE “One week’s treatment of Trutona haa done more for me than all the other medicines I’ve eTer taken combined,” was tho convincing—yes, convincing beyond question—statement made recently by Mrs. Hilda Smith, 59 years old, well known Indianapolis woman of 5U West Henry street. Mrs. Smith’s husband Is an employe of the Advance Faint Com pany here. “For the past eight years,” Mrs. Smflfc continued, “I have been so nervous that I’d Jump every time anyone shut the door. My appetite was so poor I seldom cared for anything to eat and the little food I took didn’t agree with me. My stomach would pain me and I would al most Invariably become bloated after eating. It seeired as though a lump of lead had formed m my stomach. I was usually constipated and would sometimes go for several lays without an action of my bowels. No one knows how much I have suffered. Sometimes I would start to get up and my bead would swim so that I'd hare to catch hold of something to keep from falling. “The different medicines I tried. In an effort to get relief, didn't seem to reach my troubles. But that was before Tro tona was recommended to me and I be gan taking it. I'm thankful now, when I realize that I've at last found a medicine In Trutona that can cope with my trou bles. My bowels are regular now and oh, how I can eat! It seems like I'm hollow from the top of my head to the bottom of my feet. My daughter aays sh 6 hag never seen anyone eat as I do. The gas forma tions trad lumpy sensation in my stomach j have been relieved by Trutona and I’m ; not nervous any more. Why, you could tear the house down now and-It wouldn’t excite rue. “I hope everyone, suffering as I did. will try Trutona. They’ll surely bo re paid in good health and if anyone wants to know more about tho medicine they may call on me and I’ll be glad to ex plain further about Trutona.”—Advertlse- I nient. I can highly recommend Trutona, espe cially as an after-the-flu medicine.” Harry Lee, 1861 Gallagher street, Louisville, Ky., a sufferer from the after effects of'pneumonia, says; *T've gained twenty-eight pounds and feel fine now— just like anew man, since taking Tru tona.” all of which is surely conclusive proof of Trutona's merit. “Eye found Trutona to be very ef ficient In overcoming after-effects of In fluenza.” declares Mrs. Iva Gates, a well known Teru woman of 155 Canal street There are scores of other similar state ments and they prove conclusively that there is no bette- preparation for the treatment of after-effects of pneumonia, influenza, deep colds and the like than Trutona, the Perfect Tonic. —Adv. Osgood, B. M. Depp. Osslan, Osalan Drug Cos. Owensvtlle. Thos. L. Lockhart. Oxford. O. B. Wilkins. Paoll. Boyd A Boyd. Pendleton, E. Tank A Cos. Peru. Shock A Fmuck. Petersburg. J. R. Adams A Son. Plymouth, Model Pharmacy. Portland. Geo. L. Stevens. Poseyville, J. F. Schafer. Princeton. Shoptaugh Drug Ce. Redkey. Wilt Drug Store. Rensselaer. Larch A Hopkina. Richmond, Clem Thistlethwalte- Rldgeville. Lee Fisher. Rising Sun, Lorlng A HemphllL Roachdale, G. W. Irwin. Roanoke. Hackett-A Son. Rochester, Alex Ruh. Blue Drue Mm Rockport. T. C Bayse. Rockville. Dick H. OtL Royal Center, C. B. A R. B. ‘ r Salem, Chaa McCUntock. Scottsburg. Jaa. Dunlevy. Seymour, W. L Federmann. Shelburn. O. B. Stark. Shelbyvllle, Morrlson-DePre* Drug CA Shoals, S. *H. Ross Drug Cos. Silver Lake, Ragler and Jonta. South Bend. Central Drug Stores South Whitley, W. F. Norris. Spencer. W. I. Brown. Sullivan. Batey A Walters Kummltvlllo. Herbert Knight. Swayzee. Charles H. Las ho. Tell City. G. 8. Duach. Terre Haute. Buntln Drug Oea Thorntown. Burk A Staton. Tipton, Barker A Speckbaagb. Troy, T. P. Gaaeer. Union City, Karr A Hueber. Veederaburg, G. G. Graham. Versailles, J. A. Spencer. Vevay, W. T. Sullivan. Vincennes, Duesterberg A Kramer. Wabash. Bradley Broe. Walkerton. C. M. Carter. Warren, J. G. Sprowle. Warsaw, J. J. Lantz. ' "f'l Washington. Warren VgnTreee. Waynetowp, S. M. Davla West Terre Haute. Burton Cassadagk Williamsport. B J. Winger. Winamao, Smith’s Drug Store. Winchester. J. H. B. White. Windfall, C. A. Denni*. Worthington. W. A. Trent A Oa Wlnelow, Bverett Fettlnger. Wolcott, Spencer Bros. WolcotUrvUle, W. 8. Graph AjqngKHiiv Wa* uatf amb jmsjlil.