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; this Jackie soems to be having a gooc K"| ' . M'9S Marion Mooney. Miss Moonej B<.T7>r;-ter who Is hostess at a skating ant ors every Saturday night at Chicagc PPMLTS. JJelilan Watkins ! Dies of Heart Trouble I END CAME FOR HARRISON COUN-j jP TY WOMAN AT HOME OF |p - i DAU5HTER HERE. - V Mrs. Delilah Hall Watkins, ageil 65, K" wife of Elijah F. Watkins, died Satur ' day night at the home of her daugh ler, Mrs. Fred Mllloy, on Pittsburgh avenue, after a several weeks' illness Hlf^ With a heart affection. . The deceased was born in Harrison y*: county and wob a daughter of the late BpSfgft j Levi fl. Hall and Mary Ann Griffith RfeSr 'Hall. Two children. Mrs. Miitoy. of lUl; this city, and Mrs. Harold Dent, of |';.:v. "Weston, survive hur. One son, F. O. H?A 'Watkins, died about two years ago in B'ji''-' ibis City. Two grandchildren, Jack Z . and Louise Malioy, also survive % - T One brotbor, Charles L Hall, surA; - ;rrives and another brother, William Kg ' Hall, preceded her to the grave a few 1fe 'weeks ago. A sister-in-law, Mrs. Lucy p- , Watklns, o? Weston, is here, called by her illness. Mrs. Watkins was a mem' her of ?f Harrison county Baptist igfShurcb/ # - > The body was prepared for burial by &' Undertaker Fred Jenkins and will be interred tomorrow afterrcon in Maple jr Grove, cemetery following funeral aery vices which will be held ut 2:30 o'clock t' from the residence on Pittsburgh aveC: nue. Special Services at Christian Church 0il " Dr. W. T. Brooks, of Sadoyle, Ind., K: and Samuel Lewis, of New Castle, two well known evangelists will begin a I'." ' eerfes of evangelistic services at the ;i'. Central Christian church on Wednesnay evening of this week md the series y will continue for several weeks. Dr. f?- . Brooks is an evalgelist of note and Mr. ' Lewis is a singer of ability. Both have I' - conducted successful meetings in various parts of '.he United States and come here highly recommended. A Round Table discussion of how 'V. the Sunday Bchool can best help with a'revival of this nature was held at the church Sunday morning those taking |; part being Bruce Morgan, Mrs. Anna Kllhtl. Mtaa V.fflA Tvnnnn VranV Cor. Ijj&A penter, H. T. Daugherty! Frank Dickerson,.Seymour Mclntlre and Rev. C. D. Mitchell. > The general public is Invited to attend these services. 'Mayor Bowen's Niece Dead in Clarksburg iMrs. Mary White, niece of Mayor Anthony Bowen. of Fairmont, died at a: hospital in Clarksburg yesterday morning at 9 o'clock, of effects of an InnfiroMnn oporl Iwoniv-flno vob?b ,^ ??0.>. / citiaa kjito I Was the wife o? Frank White, who conducts a stationery storo in Clarksburg, "' aild,was a Miss Kelly before marriage. Mr.White is a nephew of Rev. J. S. ' Robinson and Charles W. Robinson, of . Fairmont; Franklin P. lloblnson, of .Grafton, and Judge Ira E. Robinson, of Charleston, and his father is Scott H. v ."White, cashier of the Merchants' Na, tional Bank, of.Clarksburg. (Mrs. White was a member.of the ' Presbyterian church, and lived in > - Clarksburg since girlhood. She and husband lived in the Cunningham apartments in Clnrksburg. Besides - her parents a brother survives. | Louis Lewis, Mine | Superintendent, Dies Louis Lewis, aged 47, superitendent , of the Robinson Run Coal Company S&sir died Saturday evening at five o'clock > - at his home on Gaston avenue as the result of injuries received in a mine accident several weeks nen #fnm 1HK0he< had thought to recover and had . returned to work. He Is survived by vv hi* wife and several children, i Funeral services are announced to be5, held on Tnesday from the First M. E. church In this city and interment will be made in Woodlawn cemetery by Undertaker R. L. Cunnlng. ham. The deceased was a member of J' - jWorthlngton Lodge I. O. O. F. and Interjnent will be made under the dlrecJfei tion of that organization and local Odd Vo FeRows are requested to turn out for / the services. Ni* ' The word onychn occurs only In Ex<v - das 30:94. fig nnn of tho H?:- . the sacred perfume. Onycha Is the .^iSheU of a mussel found In some lakes iDf-x'ch'wiien w'T' emi,s ^8^8?}!/'^'' -AV man has Its advantages. For Instance time. The bright smile's owner Is Is assisting Mrs. Ford Rodman Car1 dancing party (or soldiers and saililce Arena. r^NAgni Mrs. Carl Prcmlsman and little son are tho guests ol relatives In Frostburg, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moser who have bocn holiday guests at thj home ot the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.' J. A. Knight, returned to their home In Unlontown, Pa.. Sunday. Jas. Burns has returned (rom Wheeling where he had been at the North Wheeling hospital (or treatment (or throat trouble. Frank Hall of the United States Navy who had been liero on a several days visit with relatives left last night for Quantlco. Va. Mr. Hall has been In the service seven years and has been twice around the globe. Mrs. Gordon Lako has returned to Parkcrsburg after a brief visit here and in Morgantown, Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Ilunnlngs and daughter, Miss Alice and son Clayton, who had been guests for tbe hoi. idays of Mrs. Hunning's mother, Mr3. U. S. Fleming, have returned to their home in Washington, D. C. Miss Elizabeth Posten of Morgantown, is tho guest of Miss Ruth Hamilton, at her home on Fairmont avenue. Mrs. J. H. Abbott will return tomorrow night from Boston, where sho had spent the holidays with her son, Jack Abbott, who is located there. W. Nelson Beale has returned from I Baltimore where he had spent Christmas with his wife who is the guest of leiatives there. Mrs. Beale will return here in about a week. Sanford Hayhurst Dies at Benton's Ferry Sanford Hayhurst a well known farmer residing at Benton's Forry died suddenly Saturday night at his homo. Mr. Hayhurst had been 1n failing health for a long time, b it had been better for several days He had gone to his room to lie down and within a few minutes he had passed away. The deceased*was born November 30 1S51 and was a?son of Benjamin and Sarah HendBBOR. Hayhurst. pioneer | residents j"q||E?af vicinity. He was united hajmnage with Miss Margaret Huff, a^uughter of the late Nelson Hull, who survives him, with one son. B. N. Hayhurst, three brothers, David of Bird City, Kas. John of Guernsey county, Ohio, and Robert of Taylor county and 'a sister Mrs. Helen Rowand of McMechen. Funeral services were held this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the church at Benton's Ferry. The body was interred in the Linn cometery by Undertakers Musgrave and Son. W. P. Flaherty Dies at Parkersburg William P. Flaherty, of Parkersburg, father of Campbell Flaherty, who is employed In this city, died on Friday et his home after a several weeks illness. He was aged 81 years and .s survived by his wife who was formerly Miss Gertrude Campbell and well Inown hero and two chi'drcn, Campbell and Mrs. John Brophy, the latter formerly Miss Ellen Flaherty, of Cincinnati. Mr. Flaherty was prominent in banking circles having been connected with tl<A XTr> 1 in 1 T> 1, ? I iuv viucicuo naituuai uaun iuj more tha twenty-five yearp. Funeral services were held this morning from St >' a vier's Catholic church m<l interment was made In the Catholic cemetery. Capt. Cochrane is Buried at Cumberland Brief funeral services over the body of Capt. G. W. Cochrane, whose death occurred at the home of his son, Gerge Cochrane, in the Terrace apartments on Friday, were held Saturday evening at 8 o'clock conducted by Rev. W. J. E.ddy. of the First Baptist church. A quartet from the church choir rendered music. Sunday morning the body was taken to Cumberland, Md., where interment was made. Capt: Cochrane and his wife had come here'to spend the winter with their son and tho former was taken ill several weeks ago. f 1%'" I ?... | Everybody c I ^Wishes Everyhc \ A Happy &Bvsj I. M ? eee fWriWHWI e ee i ? * LOCAL SQC1 Open House Tomo'rr0w. At their apartments in the Masonic Temple open house will be observed on New Year's day by members o? the Womans Club in accordance with a custom established a number of years ago. The receiving hours will be from three until five o'clock and the members of the executive board will .lie hostesses. The arrangements are In charge oi the Hospitality committee. A musical program will be rendered by Ernest Yost, baritone, dur ing the afternoon. The event which Is one of the most enlovable of the Club calendar will give an opportunity for new members of the club of which there are a considerable number, to become better acquainted. Dinner Dance' Tonight, More than 200 reservations have been made for the New Year's Eve dinner dance at The Fairmont tonight when Fairmont society folk will watch the New Year In. Attractive appointments have been completed by Manager Fatt and service will begin at seven o'clock. Dancing will begin about nine and continue until the New Year is well launched. * ? Watch Party at Church. A New Year's eve .watch party will be an event at the First M. E. church tonight. A sermon will be delivered by the pastor Rev. C- E. Goodwin on the subject "The Church and Evangelism" and several numbers will be rendered by members of the Young Ladies Missionary societies. The program will close at 10:30 and a social time will follow until the beginning of the Now Year. ? Engagement Announced. Mrs. R. E. Haller of Richmond. Va., formerly of this city has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Fanny Elolse Haller, to DeBarrett Brad ner of Newport News, Va. The marriage will be solemnized In the near future. Party for Husband. Mrs. W. D. Morrison was given a surprise. birthday party Saturday at her home which event was arranged by her husband and Mrs. Emma Prickett. The guests who assembled at the Prickett Lome included: Bert West, Jennie West, Ralph West, Ruth Spring, Walter Spring, R A. Helskeli, Mrs. Bartlett, Mrs. William Crlss, Myrtle Morrison, Hazel Morrison, Beulah Rohr, Mrs. Etta Hawkins, Cora Runner, C. J. onesj, Mrs. Jones, Mayme Morrison. Ruby West, Ray Vincent, Mrs. Emma Prickett,. Edna Prickett, Francos, Marparet and Brooks Morrison. * entertain tor y. m. c, A. start. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Blickley entertained members or the Y. M. C. A. and the Young Woman's department staff at their residence on Madison street late Saturday evening. Miss Christine Chh'ilken, a student of music at Foabody, Baltimore, Md., and Miss Marguerite Schulken, a student of physical training at Chicago, were the honor guests. Smith-Hubbs. Clyde Henry Smith of this city employed with the Consolidation Coal Company and Miss Edna Hubhs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Hubbs, of Glen Easton, W. Va., were united in marriage on Christmas day at the home of the bride's parents.* Rev. Jas. Craif of Glen Easton, performed the marriage ceremony, the wedding being one o fattractive appointments Both Mr. and Mrs. Smith formerly attended the "West Liberty Normal school. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have arrived here and have taken up their residence. To Florida. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Watson have gone to New Orleans en Toute to points In Florida where they will spend several weeks. CftOVLWr W v. \1)*U K AM AMiii.# A at ? ? KKKYIN? WW ?- wSB ktTWC- V- QSP ^PBCUUUV A-^. <?vL> SUfttKjC THESE C. Xpjrf *?tfc WMS-' 'I III' ,-'?V 1:^':'- . .- v 'yi'-r'.V*-'tffil;''"^iCTi*-1'ii'^-P f . I'? ^ ^ ^^ .<'V'-^ 1918 if | 53 B-* 'I J ^ i I, | K it Our-Place jj t dyat%urPlcice, 1 \ x/ : o )mw,mw3&ar j I ! y Jl i ' ? ' ? Mill ?* # ? ! < I : & s i t * AL EVENTS | j Robinson-Yost. 1 Guy Robinson, of Barackville, son of J. Z. Robinson, and Miss Martha A. j i oust, oi near Mannington, were unit, ed In marriage on Friday evening at the residence ot the officiating minister, Rev. J. M. Rice. They have taken up their residence In Barrackville where Mr. Robinson Is engaged in bus. iness. Bennett-McCue. William Freeman Bennett of this city and Miss Gertrude McCue of Mor- ( ton. Pa., were united in marriage on ' Wednesday of last week at the home I of the bride's home In Morton. Mr. Bennet who is employed with the Consolidation ' Coal -Company will bring his bride here to reside, probably arriving here tonight They will reside at 227 Walnut avenue. Mr. Bennett formerly resided in Philadelphia but has been located here for two years. * Home from Pittsburgh. ' Mrs. Paul Hamilton, the Misses Lena and Ruth Hamilton and Ruth Phil, lips returned Saturday night from Pittsburgh where they had spent the last several days. * For Miss Fox. Following the dance of the academy ' club on Thursday evening, a delightful luncheon was enjoyed in the dining room ot the Elks club, which was a I compliment to Miss Eleanor Fox. of l Fairmont. W. Va? who has been the guest of Miss Virginia Hodge tor the ] past few days.?Wheeling Register. i m ] I will start a class in stenography j at Law Library, court house, January , 4, 1318. Anyone interested should see ; me before tbat date. Leila D. Mer- j cer.?Advt. 12-27-3t-3232 , ???????? ( WOMEN OF VIRGINIA ? Basic City, Va.?"I was lit Bad 1 Shape with womanly trouble and was 1 all run-down end confined to bed. The doctor was attending me three times a day but I was getting worse. X heard of 'Favorite Prescription' through a . friend who had been benefited by it. I could hardly raise my hand and could not sit up in bed. I began taking the 'Prescription' and the first bottle gave me strength. I kept it up until six bottles were used. I was then able to do all my work. I doubt not that the use of it-saved my life. When I begin to run down now j take a little and It always helps me and builds me up at once."?Mas. J. W. Padgett, Commerce St. If you are a sufferer, If your daughter, mother, Bister need help, get Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription in liquid 1 or tablet form at any medicine dealer's today. Then address Doctor Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, 663 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y., and receive confidential advice that will not cost you a penny. To-day is the day. A book on Woman's Dis- . eases also sent free. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the original little liver pills, first put up nearly GO years ago. They regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Much imitated but never equaled. Sugar-coated and easy to take as candy. Bay now 1 Avoid a headache I EVERY MARRIED COUPLE and all who contemplate marriage thou Id own thlt complete book or Life?The "Common Senae Medical Adviser." by R. V. Pierce, M. D. It unfolds the secret! of married happiness, so swnaim! Son to*. Men InewtV .lib. U ?. k. had at any price. IOCS pases?bound in cloth. Sold formerly for ll.W. We can only mention a few of the chapters hers: The Mechanism of Life. History of Marriage, Advice for Mother and Babe. Nervous Troubles, ScK, Hygiene, Anatomy. Physiology, Medicine, etl Special Offer: ? For a limited time we will send one copy-for 8 dimes to pay cost of wrapSL'RSSS.^ ^ ^CHESTNUT ^VMPOLTWW-I SVfcAlil*>6 OP CI 60SW! IU6PE i^*ru*v oeuru / | ??%? l?n \ t ' PCKLY CORRECTS STOMACH DISORDERS NVIQORATES THE DIGESTIVE OR T3AN8, EXPELLS WASTE MAT. TER, STIMULATES THE APPETITE. DIETINQ NOT NECESSARY. When a man, woman, or child has rouble with their stomach In any way t would be far more beneficial to hem. It instead of doping the system rlth all sorts of cathartics, pills, and ther stomach disrupting elements, hey would take a tablespoonful (two easpoonfuls for children) of Hypo!od before meals and at bedtime. Hypo-Cod clears the Intestines of raste matter In a gentle and easy manler, without the dangerous and gripng effects that follow a great many f the socalled digestion pills, etc. Not inly does It' clear'the"waste matter rom the stomach, but Hypo-Cod also tlmnlates the digestive organs to retewed vigor, promotes a hearty ap. letite, aids the digestive organs to :et the most good and nourishment rom your food and increases the relght to a marked degree. If more people would realize that If hey keep their stomach In good workng order many of the Ills that they ire troubled with would be unknown o them in the future. The stomach s the fuel box of the human system ind by keeping It clear and In a lealthy condition good health will reult Chldren who may not be developing >roperly, or who lack appetite, are >ale and sickly and lack the healthy 'Igor that every growing child should ihow can be greatly benefited by lypo-Cod. Contrary to most cod liver ireparations, Hyno-Cod has a Dleasant aste, that the children enjoy. They'll isk for It often after you give them he flrst dose. Get a bottle from any if the druggists listed below'. STRENGTHENS AND BUILDS UP RUN DOWN PEOPLE FOR THOSE WHO MAY BE RECOVERING FROM SEVERE ILLNESS OR ARE WEAK AND UNDERWEIGHT HYPO-COD IS UNEQUALLED. AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE TONIC. As a building up and strengthening .onic for those who may be recovering from a severe llness or who may be weak, thin and generally run down Hypo-God has no equal The Iron and nalt found In Hypo-Cod creates rich, ed blood, and builds up strength wonlerfully and quickly. Old people may ]e benefited greatly also as it contains rery efficient and reconstructive ele. meats that old people lack in their blood, such as lime, hypophosphates, nanganesar etc., properties which your loctor will tell you are very beneficial :o the general health. Remember! You take no chance with Hypo-Cod. The formula is print3d on every package and on the bottle label. Get It from your druggist today. A REAL HONE TREATMENT SHOULD BE KEPT HANDY IN EVERY HOME, AVAILABLE FOR ANY EMERGENCY. Hypo-Cod s real home remedy in ?uub ib iu gwu ivi a gicab waujr ui uia common ailments that are apt to be found In most every home. Colds, coughs, digestion troubles, blood disorders, poor appetite, nnder weight, thin and sickly appearance, etc., can all be benefited through the use ot this exceptionally fine tonic and flesh builder. . . . RECOMMENDED A1 Fairmont Phi Martin s Drug Mountain Cit CHARLIE ' k^Wev?*s| 3* "WS PflKTc^tou wow tttnwa??U== ^ r If Hypo-Cod, the Wonderful S ing Tonic Which Helped Men, Women and Chil at Your Locj i T pleasant to take. powerful in it8 action. remarka. ble in it8 result8. Ton men who hive to lose a flay or two from work due to lack ot strength; yon women who And housekeeping a burden and a drudge; your children who may be weak, thin, sickly, or not developing properly; here's the relief you've been looking for. For HypoCod, the wonderful strengthening and bodybuilding tonio can now be bad at ySur local drug stores. WHAT IS HYPO-COD? Tears ago, eminent physicians discovered that cod livers contained valuable medicinal properties which were remarkable for giving strength to run down, sickly, and anaemic men, women, and children. They found, too, however, that the cod livers contained also, properties which were of doubtful value?thai fishy, oily, nauseating element bg prominent in the hverage cod liver preparation. This led to adulterations, emulsions, etc., sickening and nauseating in their j use, which accounts tor the prevalent I dislike tor cod liver preparations. As a result, perhaps the most useful and beneficial medicinal element known to mankind has fallen Into disuse. But It Is coming back! And you your wlfo, mother, sister, brother husband, or your children perhaps, 11 sickly, pale, weak, nnderwelght, can'l sleep, appetite Is poor, digestion bad or feel run down generally will find In Hypo-Cod, the great flesh builder the real Bolutlon.of your ailment. Foi Hypo-Cod contains all tho good ele ments from fresh cod livers with the objectionable parts eliminated by ; scientific process, and the addition ol very efficient and health bulldinj qualities such as malt, iron, wild cher ry bark, manganese, etc., with a dash of sherry wine. Can you imagine anything more healthful and invigor ating? Ask your doctor. PLEA8ANT TO TAKE. And Hypo-Cod is pleasant to take! No flshy or oily taste to nauseate 01 upset the stomach. No emulsions oi stomach disrupting elements, no mys terious mixtures or "magic" com pounds that more often tear dowi than build up. Just tho good old fashioned combination of healthfu and beneficial ingredients named above, without the addition of an; "dnnft" nr nthpr hnWf fnrmlnw Arna The most pleasant, the most health (ul, the most beneficial, and the great est strength and flesh builder, perhaps that you can get Hypo-Cod 1b not a "curtail." But i used as directed on bflttle It will pu good solid flesh on your bones, brings a healthy bloom to your cheeks, ; ruddy color to your skin, fill out al the little hollows that make you lool old and haggard, give you a 'whale' of an appetite, and enable you to en joy life In Its fullest measure. Just get a bottle of Hypo-Cod rlgh now while youffeallze you need it an( take a tablespoonful before mea> an< at' bed time, and In a little whlb you'll realize what It means to enjo; a healthy,- happjyfccling that comei only from a^'sound, vigorous am healthy bofly. You can get a largi famllv* size bottle from vnnr draratR for only 91.20, enough for the whol< fariily to use for -weeks. Caution:?There Is but one Hype Cod, that put up by the Earle Chen leal Company, Wheeling,' W. Va. Ti . make sure that you get the genuln look for the orange colored packag bearing the Hypo-Cod trade mark. PO-C *D SOLD HERE BY THES irmacy Cran I Store Holt y Drug Co. Hall' - - IS RELIEF tyengthener and Body Boild* > Make Strong and Healthy, j dren, Cut Now be Had RELIEVES CMS, COLfiS 1 AND ALL THROAT TROUBLES | BREAKS UP HEAVY CO LOS, R* LIEVES BRONCHIAL TROU- ' 9 BLE8, HOARSENESS AND/ 'J CHEST AND THROAT AIL* .1' >? MENTS IN GENERAL. -J ' :|j NO GREASY SALVES OR ONW 5 MENTS TO USE. . For breaking up deep sad heavy '"'a colds in head or chest, ratlaflng ifl hoarseness, obstentlnata coughs, and ; relieving bronchitis Hypo-lyOd will be -Sj found an exceptionally iina prepare- ogfl tion. It gets right down to the Mat v'39 o fthe trouble and eliminates it' by . >> removing the causa. And yon don't h&vo to use greasy salves or olnt- ,>! monts, or spray the nose or throat .ffia| . with too strong donches that often. fs destroy the line nerves in the BOM. and throat. Simply take a table spoon? ful after meals and at bedtime, in a' few days you'll be surprised at the 1 quick change for the better. ; ' - > ?10 It s exceptionally fine tor children i suffering from any ailment of the ' , throat and chest caused front colds, i croup, exposure, etc. Its pleasant appetlzlng taste is enjoyed by them im- ? mensely and they'll want ltHn preference to the many compounds, manyMjgl 1 containing dangerous drugs, that' arc I often given to children unknowingly. ; ^ * Hypo-Cod is absolutely safe,' the-fog- .C inula Is printed on the lace of every "H cartoon and bottle, and is put up under i the Hypo-Cod trade niarkr which guar. ' antees the quality and superior.' gredients contained in each bottle. : -iifflj You can get a large size family hot-, ' tie from any of the druggists listed | below. Get a bottle today. ; PROPERTIES IT CONTAINS SOOTH. ES STRAINED NERVES, BAN. ! CM ISHES THAT IRRITABLE 1 FEELING. " NO "DOPING" OR HARMFUL1 DtCUO. : GING OF THE SYSTEM. Nervous people who are. alwayer;3 cross, Irritable and feverish will ind > that Hypo-Cod will banish those t dictions in a remarkably Uttle Whllo, . "c . duo to the very efficient properties It ! contains that years of use have proven ft to be the real means of relieving raj such troubles. i Tho average man or woman, who i: I may be so afflicted is really te be -ffiM sympathized with due to its being an; ; ' unnatural condition of the Bervont -iisM I system. Ordinarily Buch people are, ' r really very congenial and agreeable, .ftgj And Hypo-Cod is the thing that will ciT? ' restore them to normal. It' soothes urea nerves, relieves mar an-rn ana va worn out Xeeling, removes the cause ft! i ot nervousness and builds them .up ; S generally. Just try a bottle of Hypo- vjj Cod today?wear a smile hereafter. * RICH,WM ' , PURE BL0| I t CLEAR?-fHE complexion, and , ?DRIVES out uric acid and .|ffl BUILDS up THE system i&jlM j generally;-;^ r Those who may'be trinijiieE '.wiCt '' : & thin, waterv blood, or are afflicted 1 wtlh rheumatism, pale sallowjfcjmplex- ?j l ion, pimples on tace and body, etc., 3? . due to bad blood will find that by ,?j 1 faithfully using Hypo-Cod as -directed -,^0 > their condition will be greatly lmprov-, -3$ ed. For Hypo-Cod contains lroiv which- i is the greatest blood pur!IJer;khown, ? - combined tirlth malt and, other flesh building properties. 1 ' j Hypo-Cod wll clear' the > sklawC m color to the cheeks, a sparkle to the ' eyes and put good solid flesh on your ;. "M 9 bones. Get a bottle from any-ot 'the! '-i following named druggists today. ' nn E DRUGGISTS ONLY. Sfl v' e's Drug Store ? '.jM -5'L i _-J ^ .^ ' ' ; *'