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3 MOVING PICTURE FUNNIES.
Cut out the picture on all iuur
sides. Then carefully fold dotted
lino 1 its entire length. Then dot
ted line 2 and so on. Fold each section
underneath accurately. When
completed turn over and you'll find a
surprising result Save the pictures
West Va.. Fall
T Jtl(j ,.0mer tonight
? Wed. party cloudy
~ 1 J> Local Readings
? r:.~ F. P. Hall. Ob.
, ? j ? Temperature at I
a- m- today 54.
'jp* Yesterday weatl
?^1 J^AfOTl it clear; tempera
l ">re. maximum 75
'"i) minimum 50; pre
,t' ? cipitation none.
EVENTS TONIGHT.
Library?Monthly -neetlng of W. C
| ; T. U.
High street?Central Christian church
Guild at home of Mrs. Maude Amos,
Mnftnnlr Ipmnln?s'nncini /-?
! MltTCUl* Ul'
iicr of Eastern Star.
(Jtl'l Fellows hall?Marion lodge.
Red Men hall?Marion lodge K. of P,
K. of P. hall?Mountain City tebiple.
Modern Woodmen hall?Seaton camp
Iloyal Neighbors,
t"' Maccnbeehall?Marlon hive.
Get Charter?Among the charter!
issued at Charleston yesterday was
one to the Colburn company of Fair
mont. wholesale nnd retail confection
crs. capital stock. $60,000. lncorpora
tors: A. M. Rowe. R. I> Smith, A. J
Colburn. J. F. Hare and Samuel keep
*r. all of Fairmont.
Boys Fined for Stealing Car?Quite
in expensive joy ride had Clarence
ff; Whltehalr and Clarence ! hi wards wht
were heard yesterday afternoon on 11
charge of stealing tile Ford muchini
oelonginp to Rev. 11. li. Stoelrer. D
1).. while he was making a pastora
all. Justice Conaway made White
nair pay up Jlll.SO. So and costs and
Evans. $17.S0. $10 and costs. By tht
Bv? >. i lines imposed the repair of the car
which the boys slightly damaged and
ft ;. ihc supply of gasoline which the boyf
tfpd will be replenished. Dr. Stoetzei
interceded for the boys
Sentence and Fine Imposed?Roborl
Froter was sentenced to pay a tine ol
flO) and eosts nnd serve sixty days ir
prison by Justice Mtisgrovc on Mon
lay for having brought lienor Into tlir
Slice from Point Marion. Pa
Fruit Sundaes Go Up?Local soda
fountains and ice cream parlors yes
teniav raised the price of fruit sundaes
from ?cn cents to fifteen cents and
posted notices to this effect through
out their places of business. The
' price3 of plain ice cream without the
' fruit concoctions remains the same
The raise iu the price of fruits used
in these sundaes is given as the cause
of the increase in pri(p
Appointed Administratrix? Verdic
Lilley was appointed administratrix
of the personal property of the late
Arch Lilley on Monday afternoon. The
bond is $6,000.
Road Work Ceases?County priso
ners have become so scarce that road
work has ceased. There are flfty prif
oners in the jail, but forty five ot these
are prisoners wanted by the govern
ment after they complete their sen
fences for the county.
A New Janitor?W. E. Harris yester
day became janitor of the court house
to succeed J. A. McNnry who resign
ed.
In Time to Report?Information ha
been received by the local authorities
that George T. Veager wito had beer
held for circuit court to answer a
charge ot being on the premises of the
J. L. Hall Hardware Company, was
drafted in Cleveland, O., on August 2D
Later word was received that should
no court pass sentence on Yeager lit
would bo in time to join the dratted
forces in Cleveland.
Accepts Position in Ohio ? C. W.
Cornman, of this city, will leave on Saturday
for Toledo. Ohio, where he has
accepted a position with the Toledo
Sugar company. Ho is a member ot
the Fairmont Y. M C. A. and has been
located in the association dormitories.
Will Attend Consistory Meeting?
Many Fairmonters will attend the sessions
ot the West Virginia Consistory
Scottish Rite Masonry, at Wheeling,
on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday of next week. The sessions
will be held In the Scottish Rite Cathedral.
On Mondav the lodge of Perfection
degrees will be pu on; on Tues>-%/
day the 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th de'grees;
on Wednesday from the 18th to
? the 30th and on Thursday the 31st and
32d degrees. A ball will be held on
Thursday night.
Big Job Finished?Contractor Tony
Shuttle has recently completed the
laying of a curb along the road between
Twelfth street and the Watson
bridge. About one thousand feet of
curb has been laid, ibc job lasting about
Ss?r- ten daya.
Will Attend National Meeting?Fairmont
dentists will attend the annual
meeting of the Amcrian Dental Association.
which will meet at Hotel At
w Zlfr .' '~*tl ".', ''^tx
tor, Hew York city, from Monday, October
22, to Saturday, October 17th.
ThoM who will make the trip are:
Dra. H. L. Satterfleld, Or. Wendell
Heea, Dr. Fred E. Heea, Dr. a W.
Burnett, Dr. W. J. Boydeton and Dr.
Richard E. McCray.
Wanta Storm Sewer?John Kerning
nnups^ hp'nr A *1.a "D/io r-A <-># iir.iM
VV...W MUOIU VI AUBUB
yesterday and askeo that the city lay
a atorm sewer hrough the present
property of Joseph Minor to carry off
water collecting there. Commissioner
Smith was given power to consider the
project and take action It necessary.
New Pipe Caulk ? Water Commissioner
Smith Is going to use metallum
tor olnlng water pipes In the place ot
leadlte. the substance that has been
used by the city in past years. The
new substance Is cheaper and Is ex
pected to prove more efficient.
Normal 8tudente Dance?Last year
dancing wsb the popular diversion of
the Normal school students at the
lunc bbour. It was started again this
year but because ot the pretty weath1
er allowing the students to seek outdoor
amusements, dancing has been I
stopped until cold weather hegins.
Tickets for Lectures?Tickets for
i the Normal lecture course (or the
first semester were given out to Jhf
students at the Norma! school yesterr
day. After payment of tuition, each
student is entitled to free admission
to th# lecture course numbers
1 j
Hair Dryer Arrives?One of the
I most recent additions to the equipj!
ment installed at the V M. C. A. tor
j the Young Women's department is
mi cictint imir uryer. uins going in j
1 swimming can hardly keep their taairi
dry and going out in the cool air with :
wet hair is one of the best means for
girls to catch a cold. The hair dryer
arrived at the Y. M. C. A. building
yesterday and will be put into opera
tion immediately.
Teachers' Pay Day?Pay day will
be observed on Friday in these dis
tricts: Paw Taw. Lincoln and Grant
district*.
Razing Old House?Workmen have
! begun to tear down the old Henry Ham
ilton house on Jackson street for widj
ening the street, it is one of the old:
est houses now standing in Fairmont
l Wants to open Restaurant?Joe Alexj
ander applied to the Board of Affairs
5 yesterday for license to conduct an
t; eating establishment 011 Water street.
i which matter was referred to Mayor
! Bo wen.
Joins Military Band-John Curley
-: of Pittsburgh, a diver that is here to
laid the Monongahela YaJlev Traction
i Company in the laying f the ten inch
- main across the riv r lir.s joined Ira
Smith's military band II" is a fifer.
>1
'! Held for Federal Court?United
j States Commissioner J P. Kirby on
I .uunuiiy auernoon nearu jonn v.romo.
jo na' charge of bringing intoxicating
II liquor into a dry state, and Miss Lil'
lie Doll, of the East side, for a simi|
lar offense. Both have been held for
[I a hearing before the Federal grand
I jurv at Phitippi on November 13.
:i ?
Marriage License Issued?Today
I Deputy County Cleric Phillips issued
i marriage license to Charles Loadr
man. 4G, of Grant Town, and Kartha
j Pyles, 4:'. of Fairvfew.
I Deeds Recorded?These deeds have
i been recorded up to 2 o'clock this af|
ternoon: E. F. Hartley et ux.. to
II Joe Pirtillo. two lots in the East Park
i Addition in the City of Fairmont.
1 $400; George T. Post et ux.. to Rosa
[j Swisher, lot in the Fifth ward city:
.! $2800: Charles Heller et ux., to Frank
Hood, lot along the waters of Fhar
j oarh's run. Paw Paw district. $750;
j M. C. Long, et ux., to Fred L. Jenkins,
lot of land in the East Park Addition
j "f the City of Fairmont. $1; W. O.
! Kenedy to Thomas S. Neptune, tract
of ten acres along Finch's run in
. Fairmont district, $1000; Henry Sturn
;| to Fred L. Jenkins, tract of 24.90
.1 acres along the Monongahela river,
;I$L CAROLINA.
A New Store.
\ The Consnlidat'on Coal company
!l as completed its now department store
at Carolina and moved its giDds into i
"1 the new store building.
A Burr.prr Crop of Soup Beans.
Mr. Hefner, a C msolidution tamier. I
threshed the hcan < top that he raised :
011 the Knot ii r. Mo. 31111 farm near Ida j
'lay and had 61 h'i nel.s.
Psrst nnls.
j ltev. Rutterhoiis-j preached at Carolliua
school house S>. nday evening.
Mrs. A. It. Bolya'd was visiting at
. Parsons. Tucker county, last week.
Mrs. C. E. Yerlcey was visiting at
I Lumberport and ClBrksburg last week.
[ Mr. and Mrs. Brooks, pitt boss, had
I visitors from Clarksburg Sunday.
Dr. Vaughan. wife and daughter, of
j fda May, were calling on friends at
. Carolina Sunday.
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eaD-^ommuiees were i\amed
at Meeting Held Last
Night.
j.m. hartleTchairman
Everyone Already Hard at
Work to Make October
24 a Great Day.
COMMITTEE CALL.
A meeting of the committee on
Factories. Mines and stores for
the Liberty Loan Demonstration
will be held tomorrow afternoon
it the Chamber of Commerce at
4:30 o'clock.
The members of the committee
arc W. J Wiegel, chaiman; K.
B. Moore. J. H. Kownd. J. M.
Wolfe. J. T. Sloane, Fred Helmick.
R. T Cunnigham, W. D. i
jtockley C. H. Tarleton, Gus Mack, 1
D. Robinson.
Machinery was put into actual operation
for the big Liberty Loan celebration
in Fairmont yesterday evening
when the getiera! committee met in
the office rooms of the Fairmont Chamber
of Commerec to work out plans for
the organization of the work connected
with the big demonstration. Committees
were appointed to look after
nit; ?ai iuu3 iiiiuso; ui ixiu aiici uuuu
program. Several definite plana for
the parade and general mass meeting
were decided upon which If worked
out as planned will make October 24
one of the biggest days in the history
of Fairmjnt.
The first thing to be done at the j
meeting was to choose a chairman for
the general committee With Mayor
Anthony Bowen presiding as temporary
chairman. J. M. Hartley was chosenas
general chairman.
While the various committees, supervised
by the general committee are
working out the details for the parade
and the afternoon meeting at the
Grand Opera House, the Marlon County
Liberty Loan committee, composed
of the cashiers of the Marion county
hanks, are busy working out plans for |
the general solicitation on the after-1
noon of October 24. On the afternoon j
of October 24, the entire forces of all I
the Fairmont banks will devote their 1
time exclusively to the sale of Liberty j
bonds. They will be assisted in their!
work by the Fairmont Boy Scouts and j
the Woman's Club.
Fairmont's allotment for the second'
Liberty Loan campaign is $1,276,-1
520.00, which Is thirteen and one-|
third preccnt of the total resources t
of the Fairmont banks. The last Liberty
Loan campaign called but for
six percent of the total resources of
the local banks, which indicates that
tho government is asking for over
twice the subscription In the second
campaign as was asked in the first j
campaign.
Tho amount asked by each Fairmont,
bank by the government is as follows: National
Bank of Fairmont ..$787,220
Peoples National Bank 262.920
Fairmont Trust Company ... 120.260
Home Savings Bank 69,080j
Monongahela Bank 47,040
Total , $1,276,520!
Already the Monongaliela hank has1
subscribed for $50,000 which is in excess
of their allotment.
The committees appointed yesterday]
evening to work out the celebration!
are as follows:
Committee on stores, mines and factories?W.
J. Wiegel. chairman; C. D.
Robinson. J. H. Rownd. R. T. Cunningham.
J. W. Wolfe, W. D. Stockley, Gus
W. Mack. Fred Helmick, J. T. Sloan.
C. H. Tarlton, E. B. Moore.
Committee on music and lodges?S.|
R. Nuzum. chairman; Wilbur llenen.'
O. J. Fleming. M. E. Ashcraft, Ira L.
Smith, John S. Scott. John Ferone.
Committee on schools?Otis G. Wilson,
chairman; Joseph Rosier, W. A.
Hustead.
Committee on automobiles?J. M. Jacobs,
chairman; Mr. Jacobs will select
the members of his committee.
Committee on finance?C. E. Smith
chairman. Mr. Smith will select the
other members of his committee.
Committee on publicity?E. E. Meredith.
chairman; Shannon Allen, Joseph
Lehman for the Times; TJhler Dunlap
for the West Virginian.
FRECKLES AND HIS
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Have Taken Many Prisoners
and Guns of Various
Kinds.
(By Associated Pres?)
BERLIN. Oct. 1*;. ?The GermanB
have taken full possession of the
main portion of Oesel island at the
entrance to the gulf of Riga the war
office reports
The Russians hare been isolated on
Svorb peninsula and are offering desperate
resistance.
Runo and Abro islands in the Gulf
of Riga have been occupied by the
Germans. They have captured 2.400
prisoners and 30 guns, 21 machine
guns and several aeroplanes the statement
says.
The essential part of the German
task on the island was accomplished
in four days.
Mill ilf III
It SIM HI
Military Situation on the
West Front Not Changed
Today.
The military situation on various
fronts in western war ere a was virtual- j
ly unchanged overnight so tar as the
official statements levealed.
The Germati reports have begun to
lay stress again upon the violence of >
the artillery fire in Flanders but there
are no indications that the bombardments
have yet be;n worked up to the
point where the Brhish find themselves
ready fora renewal of their drive. Evilently
much depends on the weather in
this region in the light of his last
week's experience. With the handi-1
cap of the Flanders mud it seems thai
Field Marshal Haig will await the settling
of ground into a somewhat more
passable state although the hope ot
securing even ordinarily good conditions
at this late season of the year
seems now to be considered small.
On the French front the activities
are centered on the Aisne and before
Verdun. Last night's fighting in both
regions was mostly monopolized by ar
tillery. German infantry, however,
come to light on the west bank of the
Meuse. attacking north of Hill 304.
The French founu little difficulty iz i
repulsing the asiault while on the
Aisne front fresh parties make successful
incursions into the German
line.
British casualties, continue to show
declining rate. The total reported in
last week was 14.0Sf- as cbtnpared with
17,50i> for week closing October 9 and
21,179 for the precsdlng week.
British Parliament
Tr, "D^l, .4
lib UCUJA cU VYUTA
(By Associated Pre??>
LONDON". Oct 1G?Parliament reassembled
today after a recess of two
months and began grappling with a
big gri*! 01 legislative and administrative
work. Its most important duty
will be the passing of a new vote of
credit. This probably will bring up,
for disru-. ion the general situation
Chief interests centered In the pros-|
pect that the Government will take!
advantage of the opportunity to an-'
nounee its general policy of air service
a subject brought into the foreground
by recent air raids in London.
Club Women Meet
in Charleston Today
(By Associated Press)
CHARLESTON. Oct 1G.?Delegate
to the Annual convention of the West
Virginia Federation of Women's
cluhs were welcome! today by Governor
Cornwell at their first session.
Mrs. Jos. G. Cochrane, of Farkersburg
president, replied for the Federation
and the remainder of the morning
was taken up with committee meetings
and enrollment of delegates. A
large number of women from leading
cities of the State are in attendance.
U-BOATS DESTROYED.
PARIS, Oct. 1G.?French war ships
destroyed two Teuton submarines in
the west Mediterranean in the last
woek of September according to information
received today by French
ministry of marines.
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JELLY WANTED FOR
THE SOLDIER BOYSI
Patriotic Appeal of Residents,
Donations Wanted
by October 25th.
At least several hundred glasses of
jolly are expected from the citizens
of Marion county lor the boys in the
variouB United States military camns
and If possible an effort will be made
to have tbe jelly reach our own boys.
This is a great work and other sections
of the slate are responding generously
to the cause.
The girls' club ol Cabell county lias
given more than 100 glasses of jelly
and Miss Blanche K. Price, the County |
Home Demonstration agent, is trying i
to surpass that county. In order to do
this it will be necessary for the residents
of Fairmont and Marion county !
to get busy. As the club girls are
largely of foreign families the jelly
that they have made will be needed on
their home table. To date not more
than twenty-five club girls have signified
their intention of contributing a
glass or two of jelly. One little patriotic
girl has declared her intention
of donatiug the eleven glasses of jelly
?the entire lot she had prepared.
An appeal is made along patriotic j
lines. People are appealed to in that .
way so that the boys at the front may
receive "some good eats'" during the
coming winter.
Miss Price has issued this statement
In regard to the matter;
"All canning club girls having their
glass of jelly ready for the soldier ]
boys please label the kind of jelly and,
county and have it ready for colloc-;
tion. If you are in town wrap it carefully
and bring or send it to the office
of County Agricultural Agent H. L,.
Smith. This jelly .must be in this week
as it has to bo labeled, and shipped to
Morgantown October 25. It will be
sent from there as a collection to one!
of the armp camps. In all probability |
it will be sent so that the West Virginia
boys will be the ones to receive
it. ,
"Anyone in the county or city wishing
to contribute one or more glasses |
of jelly from their winter's supply.
please send it in to Mr. Smith's office j
or nuuiy mihb rnce ana it will oe coi i
lected this week."
FAIRVIEW ,
Tom Michael, of Indianapolis, Tnd.. 1
who has been visiting his father. '
John E. Michael, has returned. 1
Mrs. Gertrude Chalfant Wright, of 1
Pittsburg, is visiting her father, D. 1
B. Chalfant and sister, Miss Margaret 1
Chalfant.
Miss Sheets of the Fairview High '
school was a week-end guest p.t her '
home at Morgantown. '
Rev. C. N. Coffman has returned .
from Huntington where he attended "
the I. O. O. F. Grand lodge. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Haught are '
the happy parents of a baby hoy. i
Miss Gall Sturms, of Bethel, was
visiting Mrs. Carl Hamilton Saturday.
W. E. Michael, of Fairmont, was a
Sunday visitor here.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tennant, of
Bula, were week-end guests of relatives
at Fairmont.
Mrs. Carl Hamilton was a weekend
guest of Mrs. M. J. I.ynch at
Clarksburg,
Mrs. Walker, of Pittsburgh, is vis- (
Iting ber sister, Mrs. G. L. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Derlng, of Morgantown,
motored here Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Lambert, of Monongah,
was a week-end guest of her mother,
Mrs. Ellen Powell.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cummins wero
at Fairmont shopping Saturday.
Miss Edith Wilson, of Fairmont,
was a week-end guest at her home.
Mrs. Linnie Billingslea, of Fairmont,
was a week-end guest of her
son, Claude Billingslea.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Knode and D. B.
Chalfant attended the football game .
at Morgantown Saturday.
Mrs. Irving Bruin, of Mexico, who
haB been visiting her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. D. H. McBee, has returned.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pitrer. of
Barrackrille. attended the rally at
the Baptist church' Sunday.
Miss Virginia Morris, ot Fairmont,
was a week-end guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Morris on Main
street.
Mrs. George Michael will entertain
the W. C. T. U. ladles Tuesday afternoon.
The Ladles* Aid society will meet
with Mrs. J. W. P. Jarvls Thursday
night.
Miss Belle Toothman and Master
WANTED?1 CARPENTERS, S RIGGERS,
1 WATER BOY. 20 LABORERS.
BEST WAGES PAID TO GOOD
MEN. APPLY FAIRMONT CHEMICAL
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ORIGINATORS ANu uLMUhna s
John Sutton were visiting her sister. |
Mrs*. Dertha Jones.
Mrs. Maude Talkington. Mrs.]
Straight. Mrs. Arnett and daughter, h
Mrs. Pearl Fear. Mrs. J. C. Miller,
Mrs. Martha Hawkins. Mr and Mrs.
A. L. B. Dudley, Mr. 1. N. Lough, of ,
Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. llarrv Gar- j
rison. Misses Kate and Blanche Garrison.
of Wadestown; James Pitzer \
and Mr. and Mrs. Koss Pitzer. of .
Bethel. Mr. and Mrs. Logne and Ord- ,
way Kuhn from Detroit. Mich.; Mrs. j.
Jane Ice and W. D. Ice, of Gray's j
Flat; Lee Wells from Farmington; '
Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff, from Pennsylvania
; Perry biggs. Tyler Carr.
Mrs. Ida Henthoun of Tyler count: .
Thomas Lough, from Camp Lee. Pet
ershurg Va. attended the funeral
services of Mrs. Perry Louch at Has
lettvUle Monday afternoon
Trouble Brewing
Among Russians
Trouhll- U-ns hroiplnir amonif cr???
Russians at .Moaongah on Monday
iiglu. In the course of the disturb- \
inee one man was robbed of consider- |
iblo money. A party of fellow eoun-1
lyinen are aaid to have beat up this \
larty. As a result of the mix up a
lumber of warrants were issued booro
Justice Conaway this morning,
bounty officers are serving the warrants
this aiternoou. The participants
n the trouble are miners.
SAVE YOUR HI
AND BEAUTIFY IT
WITH "DANDERINE"
SPEND A FEW CENTS! DANDRUFF
DISAPPEARS AND HAIR STOPS
COMING OUT.
TRY THIS! HAIR GETS BEAUTIFUL,
WAVY AND THICK IN
FEW MOMENTS.
If you care for heavy hair, that
glistens with beauty and Is radiant
with life; has an incomparable soft
ness and is fluffy and lustrous, try ;
Danderine.
uuob who ii?i|jticaiiwii uuuuit's Hie i
beauty ot your hair, besides It immed-!
lately dissolves every particle of dan i
draff; you cannot have nice, heavy, I
healthy hair If you have dandruff i
This destructive scurf robs the hair
of Its lustre. Its strength and Its very
life and If not overcome It produces
a feverishness and itching of the
scalp; the hair roots famish, loosen
and die; then the hair falls out fast
If your bair has been neglected and
is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too
oily, get a small bottle ot Knowlton's
Danderine at any drug store or toilet
counter for a few cents; apply a little
as directed, and ten minutes after
you will say this was the best investment
you ever made.
We sincorely believe, regardless of
everything else advrtisd. that if yog
desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair
and lots of it?no dandruff?no itching
scalp and no more falling hair?
you must use Knowlton'B Danderine.
If eventually?why not now?
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best Known Shoes in the
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SHOES
'.SO, 4, 4.50, 5, 6.50 .
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le bottom guarantees full I
rer against high prices for
odav the best shoes in the il
Id in Fairmont exclusively I
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FORD BUYS FEW BONDS.
(By Associated Tress)
DETROIT. Oi l 16? Detroit's Liber
ty Loan drive received a powerful im- H
petus today when it was announced I
that Henry Ford had contributed $5,900,000
and the Ford Motor Company
tiad made a similar contribution. Ford's 1
subscription was accompanied by a ifl
statement declaring that tho United
Slates in making war on Germany "did fl|
the best thing that ever happed in tha
world."
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Ill FIVE MINUTES
NO SICK STOMACH;
INGESTION, GAS
V i
"PAPE'8 01APEPSIN" I# THE
, QUICKEST AND SUREST A
STOMACH RELIEF.
You don't know what upset youtl
stomach?which portion of the food
did the damage?do you? Well don't ,
bother. If your stomach is la a t?
volt; If sick, gassy and upset, and
what you ate has fermented an^
turned sour; head dizzy and aches;|
belch gases and acids and eructate!
undigested food; breath foul, tongue
coated?just take a little Rape's Dti
apepBln to neutralize acidity and lis
five minutes you wonder what bo.
came of the indigestion and dlei
tress
Millions of men and women today)
know that it is needless to have dyepepsin
A little Diapepsin occasion)
11v lfAATM tha ntnmnrh
and they eat theli; favorite fooda fl
without fear.
If your stomach doesn't take eary V
of your liberal limit without rebel,
lion; If your food Is a damage In?
stead of a help, remember the quleki I
est, surest, most harmless antacid 11 I
Pane's Dlspepsin which costs only fifty J
cents for a large case at drug stores.
It'a truly wonderful?ft stops food ?
souring and sets things straight so H
gently and ea?lly, that It Is really as*
tonlshlng. Your stomach will digest
your meals if you keep acids neu- H
trail sad. .)
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