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• «#bt£ln.£? " "uc‘‘ »" y-u need to you cut get your In IK JJJL* ho222 Jr, '22l^®<1 ?nd h*v* •»"!> the one place to pay If you X icak# y o u*«°lo«!*,1,n'-w or 'iher personal property, we can IB DsrmsLm \v2 2.,nT''!'. r*n VKy **• bt,k In "n»i: weekly or monthly 'Ki inJ ”• “'‘ow you Any time from on* inonih to one year. ■ *,fh y0^,P*y h-f* r». will .Mow you a liberal reh.te We will glvi H rmlefS?ioo. 2^2“' •“**? f°r in cesh. -ml In cut of sickness or ■ V2T?H2I2I' £T.V1* *®**22L‘,n of **»e wtthou. eatra coat. If vou X I.V.. ± 7,,h *°m* other com pany and find ihe pn> manta too B «u<franta^2et-In0r* mo?*!r ** *'*'1 P«y y-'-u to see US. a* we can H SeSmee.. *— &rmr<nt lower rate,, with longer time and smaller , ■ Kvenithlng ron«ldentla:. Urn. rtade In Wheeling. HP Bridgeport. Martins Farry. Kellalre and all ru'roundlng towra P hack a ggS.on loam la so weak*. S T.-** k w9mk *•«* • PSMO V.aa In SO weeks. X —11 I. y.2U n,#d money and cannot call, fill out the following blank. ! m “all It to us and our agent a 111 call. No loans, no charge. fl Address ... ■ CUy or Town ...... I Amoua; Wanted . g___THE old reliable_ Our Service I* prompt and obliplpp and our ice cream, when delivered to your order for dinner*, parties, receptions or evenfne entertaininp. I* always a source of deltah' tc those who par <ake of it. There is nothin* so <le 1 iachtfill to pu**t» or the family as the hlph quality, rich and exquisitely flavored ice eream made b> Kloss. K L O S S i C E CREAM Both phones 1710 WOMAN’S WORLD OF S WORK and PLEASURE g Three Good Consommes. Con»<*mtn.- Rojal lir.lt two CBSJH ar.il mix them half a teneupful of milk anu on» pinch of *u't. I’our the heal er ckks Into a basin with the milk. • .an<l the d..sin a lareer one contain ing hot water, hut this arrnnireincnt in the oven sml hake until the con tent* of the email l nstn an nrm. Take out and put the mixture in th* smalt Vasin away tr cool. When set cut • into small piece*, pour over them on * quart of consomme and serve. < ’hu-ken consomme- Remove the f.let from a chicken and put the car cass with three pounds of fillet of veal Into a stock pot. with two and one l.alf quarts *f pood sfo. k: season with one-fourth >f an ounce of salt and I iace the pot on the tire to hnll. Add an onion stuck with two clove*, a small head of c ele. y and two leeks. Continue to skim Well as the pot sim mers on the side of the fire for about three hours. Then strain the broth end clarify jvitn the fillet of chicken previously removed. Strain once mor* • throush a c:oth Into n basin. This consomme should l>* colorless. I <*«>n somme with rice end cream— - Remo\. the fat from two quarts of • * ore* mm* , but In a stew pan atol when at th*' |M»:nt of ladling add four j tahlcapnnnfuli *»f gtound rice pm ft* • moistened with a little stork. ! toil for ten ndnuicp and add one tea ; spoonful each of sugar arid salt; 1**11 I again. and when the riee is quite done i pour in half i pint nf honing cream. Not*- This Is fiiv own recipe for the 1 cons >mme stock Inte nded to he used : in making the above *<»upp <’ut fln** : ly a shin of 1 ee*', put it in a stork pot with two scraped . arr«*ts. two peeled onions, thr washed leeks, h few i sticks of celery an I n small hunch of paeplcy roots, all finely minced; add six «'.**ves, one teaspoonful of pepper* | < orns. a hay l«*af and the w hite* and , shells of six eggs Moisten this with i two gallons of broth and one quart of water, stir for a low minutes, and If | convenient, add pieces of chicken or a few t>ones t.ef this simmer nn tb* . range for four hours, skim off »o «t*a**e. strain through a wet cloth, and i you ha\e the foundation for all con i somn.es Me wedding' ” ON SATURDAY MISS SARAH WIE8TLING AND' MR. WILBUR WATKINS TO WED. Prt-Nuptial Events For Miss Sands and Mr. Pauli Aro Numerous— Wedding Wednesday. A quirt wedding will tie solemnized at the Wiestltng home. No. 131* Xor.it; Huron street, on Saturday, when Mia* ' Sarah M. Wlestllng will lerotne the i bride of Mr. Wilbur W. Watkins. The wu'dlng will be quiet, only the nb- I Uvea la-in* Invited, and although the J many friends of the young people hate | be*u looking forward to the nuptial*, the early (late wlh come as a surprise. Miss Wiestltng is one of Wheeling »' most estimable young ladies and 111 member of the younger social set. She * Is a student of the Morgantown uni - | '•rslty and quit- laipular among her irbnda. Mr. W atkins la the eon of i the late Mr. Charles H. W atkins and 1 is prominent In busir.<** circles In thjj city, being connected with the Palc.-i; l-‘urnlture company. l-v>| lowing the I w.dding the young peoplv will take a I short tour or the eastern cities after j which they will be at home on the , Island, where the groom will erect a new home. P'a-Nuotial Dinner. Mr and Mrs. W". W. Holloway en tertained the I'aull-Sands wedding party and out-of-town guests with a dinner at the Fort Henry club Monday • tctiing The appolntninets were of an appropriate nature and a delicious menu was served, "A Royal Friend.” The West Virginia I Diversity Dra matic club presents "A Koyal Friend” with C. KUmund Nell in title role, at the Court theatre Friday. Aprli 25. "A Koyal Friend” has pleased full! houses at tlarfton. Morgantown and I (’onnellsvllie. Pa. The annual play | of the dramatic club is one of the , great events of the college year in I Morgantown. This Is the play the! club has ever given. Wednesday Musical Club. The rehearsal «»f the Wdenesday | Musical club Willi*.* held Tuesday aft- j ernnon instead of Wednesday anil the time is H o’clock In the afternoon In i th* lecture r«M>ms of the First Pres- I hyterlun church. All the chorus of the I I Hansel and Gretel'* i* requested to he present as matters of importune • arc* to be transacted. The rehearsal ' i« being held Tuesday instead of Wed nesday on account of so many social | events taking place Wednesday after* j noon. Entertsmsd Friends. Klmer Wolfe entertained s f**w , frU nd me at I iI And »tr • -t on Sunday evening and i arjpuii diver ! slons were enjoyed. The following I were the guests Misses l^ ram Ew ing. Helen Heins;* in, Hilda ok**f house, Ida May Bruner; Mr. and M»\ V. J Eager. Mcssis. Bernard V’ook. John Hanim»*r. Edward Tippitt. John Brinkman and Elmer Wolfe Rehearsal Dinner. Miss Harriet Virginia Hutchison and Mr • harbs J. Flanagan, Jr. whose wedding nl an event <-f Wednes« • • afternoon at Van «• Memorial • hurch. ! entertain* d the members «»f th. w*d , «iing party at the Stratford Spring* hotel Monday evening with a r* h*-*r sa*i dinner. Th.* appointment* were 1 appropriate to th*- spring wedding md there were coders for M>sh*s Irma | Heat tie. Kupha Hutchison. Harriet Hutchison; Messrs r. K Flanogin. Jr. Frank Ryder. Ib*war«f \. tib«*r* man. Edgar K. Day and Harold «*. Kts Entertsmsd Friends At hts home. No. lain l.ind street. Sundnv afternoon. Klmer Wolf** \*rv pleasantly entertained a party of his friends. The afternoon was spent t.i I # When Electric Light Comes In—“For Rent” Signs Quickly Come Down ‘VTK. I.ANIM OKI), do \ou find it harder each year ^ to rent vnur building satisfactorih ? I)«»n’t you notice that prospective tenants quickly remark the absence of Electric I ight* Why let your building de preciate in rental value* Install Electric I ight—now is the opportune time. Have your building wired this Spring—make it a belter asset for yourself and more attractive to good tenants. The Cost of Wiring Your Building is Less Than You Probably Think Tenant* want F.lectric Light thev know the rate* are now very low they appreciate the many e*clu*ive advantage* and convenience* affordeJ by electricity in the home Flectric Light can he in*talled without dirt or iniury to decoration* and you will he *urpri*cd to find how little it cost*. Write or telephone to-day. You Would lie Surprised at the Small Fxpense for Wiring Your Home. I’hiiiU' for One of Our Representative* to ( all and (Jive Inn an K*timate—No Trouble to I * or Coat to You. lioth l*bone* HOT. Wheeling Electric Co. I * delightful manner and at an appro priate hour refreshment* were served. Thoae present wire: Misses Mary *»l erhnuee. Lorain Ewlrg. Helen Krlnateln. May Smith and Ida Mae Brunner: Messrs. John Brinkman. John Hammer. Edward Tihbett. Bar-i nurd K«k h and Elmer Wolfe. Monday Bridge Club Ml** Juliet Campbell entertained the Monday Bridge club at her home on North Main street, and all the mem bers were present. “The Sleeping Beauty." A clever little playlet. Interspersed with music. emitted “The Sleeping Beaut.t.” w ill be produced at the Eiks auditorium early in May under the auscpices of the Kings Daughters Day Nursery The playlet Is being rehearsed in the ball rooms of the Stratford hotel, and there are 24 young ladles in the cast under the di rection of Miss Sophia Woods, of St Ixtuis, Mo., who has been spending the winter here. P- C. P. Club. Mr* Mary Goldenberg delightfully entertained a few of her friends at her home on North Main street Sat urday evening. Cards and music were the diversion* of the evening, after which delicious refreshments were served. The trophies of the evening were awarded to Mrs. Velde Evans and Mrs Sue Durst The following ladies were present: Mrs. Nellie Evnns. Mrs Sue Durst. Mr*. Elizabeth Kolh. Mrs. Andrew ltayha. Mrs. Louis Ruble and Mrs. Mary Ooldenberg Theatre Parties. A number of theatre parties are be lng arranged to witness the product ion of The Return of Peter Grimm" I bv David Warfield, so well known a* the hero In 'The Music Master." The tdrl.s Sewing club of Moundaville will be up. and In the party will be Mlaaes Mary Ream, Hernia Hchrelber Nell Brown. Nellie Beam. Helen Hen derson and Mrs. Cecil Beam. Arion Ladies' Auxiliary. The Arion Ladies' Auxiliary will plav cards at the club on the' South Side Thursday afternoon at 2:30.and all the members are expected to at. tend Handsome prizes will be awarded. Steihm'a Orchestra Dance. Stehm a orchestra dance will be given this evening at the Arion hall, and a special program of the late mu sic will be rendered. A large attend ance is expected St. ciairaville CYmce. The Assembly duh w-tli dance at 'he House hall In St. tialrmilla on J 'la- p\f nln^ hivI Rfod'H orchestra, nr Borneavllle, will furnish the music. A number from this city will at tend. The young people of St. Cialrsvillc ore anxiously looking for ward to the event aTd there will he a large attendance. Aboul People Movements of Individuals to and From the City. Mrs. I.eon Keefer, who has been conntud to the North Wheellug hos pital, is improving nicely. Miss ticne Ward, of the Island eaves soon for n visit to freinds al Indianapolis Mr-> hdward liuglu*s and daughter h'irgh Suuday *ah frit-‘nUs In puia Sir and Mrs F Kiester and Miss hate Kiester leave soon for a five I’r'es tour "f tile European coun Mr William l.ipphardt and daugh Ifr* have returned from a visit to Panama and the Bermudas Miss Margaret Woods, of Washing ton. Pa . Is the guest of friends on the Island Mies Nora Honeekcr. of the South 1*,,fh*' Fuest of friends in Si < Uirsville *'• C Kruhner, of Pittsburgh, is in he city looking after business Inter ests Kev Charles F (tutelar, pastor of tl.M ikinud Christian church will at find the Sunday school conven ion In ( larksblirg fills week Miss Marv Kearns has resumed her duties at the Associated Charities af tcr a visit to Iter home :n Newark. <) It T Mtilune of litis city, spent Sun day In Pittsburgh. Pit It. Walker Peterson leaves to-mor row for Fairmont, whose he will at tend the meeting „f ,h, West Virginia semi-centennial cotnutlsslon Harry I. Bond w,II leave this even IfiK ff» nff# mi fho of the **» i ectiMv ■ committee of the West Vir gttilii Sunday School association in • hrkdnirf to-morrow After spending Saturday and Sun I tlav In t atnertm. p T yinn-r.-ui and . n.irie* i nr:m, or kiui drove, re turned yesterday. Vre Frank Walt, of North Main street, will rtv-tid the Sunday school convention In i larksburp this week ■? a delegate from the North Street >1 F. Sunday school. Secretin' ><’hn K fwy. of the*emi I r«m**finMl rornml**lon. will nM^nrl to morrow’* *#«»lnn of Ihnt body In Fair* I rnonr MIf* Ruth Johtifton, of sr r*uir« VJ"*- th'* of frirnd* In th# ' city \v+t*ri1;* \ ? H#l*n r.aKu, of th* South! *-T • in ,h#“ *,,«’** <>f fr**ml* in HJ*t*m*: vjll* j Mr*. John f; VIHlmnn. of Mnrion. j RELIEVES IN FIVE MINUTES Help Comet Quickly When HYOMEl Is Used For Catarrh. The uuf* k r lief <hat r,<me« from 1 t’.e IIYoMKI tre.i'm nt for laiatrh1 and nil troubles ..f th.. I.r.ethlnir or sain la retnark.il.put a few drop* of iluuid II V< >>lh:i |,, th.- |e.. k> i ln hal. r that corn's with evi ry out it. an.| lirf-T.. ion have used the treaf 00 at for ft VI mlfnitea ion will notice ri in f from your citarrhal trouble* I' Kliea i» tonic li« a one «»T<.t to the air • OU I n n'he, klita at| . at.irrha! tr'a». stop* the |*.l*>.non* secret ton nod “tilffiltic, soothe* th,. Irritate.I mu-..on rn> mt-rupc and make* a mark. •I lnii.rnirmi.nl In the «■ rural health IIYiiMKI la n..f a cure alt; If ha* 1 'll aim. the f. ||. f -.f . at .rrh and din i*. * r.f the t.reafhinp orran* When the < u*arrh I* • lived, the p. ncr at h. >1:1. * improved, f -r then nature ha i . hwnce tl ip.I).I up the emir** av*f. to If voat *nfT. r from nff..fi«lie hreath. ral*.t if f.r m-icoo*. fr-*|u« nt •n.'- tinc, h.okv vole. dl« Pare, from the not", droppln** in the throat. I..*a .,f sir. ORih. spn*m.«lir raushlns an I fcellntr "f ll«htne«* aero** the utun r part of the cheat. s- ncrnl weakneea and .!* i-llltv. of am other avmpfom* of eatarrtt. yr.ii ah....Id l.csin (n ..*.• IIV«>\tF:i at on* ** It will de«trnv all dlaeaar serma in the none. tlir-.at and lnn«* and m.-.ke a unl k and perms n. til . .ire of « at.irrh IIV* >MK| do-a n».f contain rn. nine or am l.at.lf fotmlnp or.is The c.*m t'lete nntt.t c,.«ta tl"". . ntfa leufte* It la*. ' '«»d. d c . visa |trus|nlii ei J t LUSTROUS HAIR SOFT-'-ABUHDANT Unsightly, Mattsd. Scraggy Hair Mad* Soft and LuiMui at On** Parisian Sag*. If your hair is anything abort of perfTct; ir It Is too dry—brittle—dull — thin, or has been falling out. you can Immediately bring about a thange be using Parisian Sage. The first ap plication removes dandruff and in ert aae* the beauty of the hair. A scienllfic study of the hair Shows Just what elements are needed to sot ten It. make it wavy and glossy, and make It grow—Just like watering the plants III the garden. Parisian Sage supplies hair needy I. Is a tea-colored liquid, delicately perfumed, not sticky or greasy, thut comes in a fifty cent bottle at ths druggist, und toilet counters. Th-t •Ulrl with the Auburn Half on the package. Apply Parisian Sugc and the effect Ir Immediate, tine applications stops the head from iti-ning and freshens up the hulr. I’se |t daily for a week and you will be surprised and drlight-a. Those who have tried It write us en thusiastic letters and tell all t heir friends uIkiuI It. Fold by dealers everywhere with a money-back protection to every pur chaser if not satisfactory. Parisian Sage is one of the quickest acting hair ionics known.—Adv. MILKO INSTEAD OF SOAPS OR CREAMS KEEPS YOU YOUNG MOST BEAUITIFYItyG— LATHE°S BEST—MOST CLEANSING BEST FOR SHAVING. Most Whitsning, Mott Soothing— Nature's Own Beauty Bl«ach— Mainly Milk. Softening. Harmless, Hesl.ng—Kt'!« Germs. Prevents Disease, Curee Infections. Read the Story of Milffo and Why Soaps Injur* and Age You Early. Soap* contain fre« arid and alkali. ! Both injure the skin and complex lot. ! Vllko overcomes this; lathers better, i keeps you young, and beautifies a* 1 nothing clso can. Your druggist, or | write V. <*o. Wheeling, \V. Va. You Wilt be glad you tried Mllko in time , Soaps are out of date »or skin and ' tomplexlon. (everybody needs Mllko I every dav. (lest for ,vou. Best for baby. Best for all.—Adv. VOICE AND PIANO 1208 Chapline St. Next Door to C ourt Theatre 124-M—16£5-J Phone for appointments Directrcsi: MRS. G. D. EMBLEM Ind . has been called to this citv on account of the illness fff her mother, and will remain Indefinitely. Mrs I. C Klrcher has returned to her home on dd'olloch street after an extended visit with relatives in .Mannlngton •John IliilltiKsly. of Steubenville, wus a business visitor In the city vrs terda>. Mrs Andrew- Martin, of Vow York citv. has returned twine after visiting) her sister. Mrs. Jnun l-eemlng. ANNUAL REPORT Of State Fire Marshal Ellison Made Public—Leas Sustained In Past Two Years Much Lower Than In Past. Vs an evidence oi .he excellent work which Is being done |*y (he de part nient in charge of the state flre marshal at t’barleston, the number of hres. as well as the loss sustained by 1 fire-, has been greatl) reduced, ac cording to the second and third an-! nun I re|s>rts of State Klre .Marshal < harles A Klltsnn. jurt made nubile The re|>orts cover a period of twoi >• ars. tw ginning will, August 1, 1*10. ■ and emnrig lulv 31. I;«t2 The report i ts very comprehensive and contains many Items of considerable Interest ! to the public Referring to the reduction of fire waste, the following is Incorporated! in thn report The object of the lire marshal law.) broadly stated, is to reduce the flre| waste of the state and the reduction ; In tlie past two years has been graft i Ming liy referring to my first re-1 port you will find that in 1'it.li Id the fire »««|(- In Wear Virginia was1 !'-'.47fi.2.r» l„ Mill. II |, »ar $2.2AO.-| ■.‘.I. and in HUM;. • I.R2«,M»U. Thla shows a reduction In the ftie waste I In n period of throe tears of over .'fc | per ■ ent In his reimrt State Eire Marshal El-: Heon also makes the fo.low:ng recoin-1 metida tions 1 Th« i dept Ion of a law that will' place Insurance agents and companies! under the supervision r.f the Instar-* slice cntuedsrioner In such a way that1 I he Insuring of property without Hist! ■Me. i. nine ii« value will firm.- . punished not only by n revocation of' il< »■ nsc. but In cases w lit re |t can be1 • liown to he a regular prnclce of! agents, a crime against the state This law should be made so strong that the over ilisur; nr • evil rotlltl tie Immediately a'ampe l nut 2 He|*e,i i tht so called ' 4 allied ! I’ollry l.aw Thla lu* I iuiend< ii to i stop the practice referred to In my! fir t rr'-nvii’ nda'tpfi In then, i If is! go d. »■ t le i urti*. it falls to r a-h , the evil The extra amount pnbl In i oh tied und-r tht law Is put i In it ili«- loss ratio b'ldret bv Ipsur- i ant e companies. »nd a rate rharg. d j aufriclent t.t cover it No honest man ! Intentionally oreMnsurws h « prop- j ertv. and In cases where persumied to! do eo bv act n't he die s not want to ! collect more than 'he val ie of his pfviperly dn case of a b*s, hence the ontv men w hi can profit bv ihe law Is th« dishonest man | am in favor j of the repeat of this Ian. hcrause I j b1 I lev e (f aids fhc crimli.allv inclined I nnd not the useful, honest rltlr.en li | n a hex ihe elate a part', to the effee tive working of Ihe scheme lo gel n ■ rc insuiatue than Ihe real value i..' the i.rnprrtv hurried Tin adoption of a law regular Ing the storage and transportation of crude fietroli im and any of Its pro ducts, dynamite nnd like romhuatlble end of li* r Inflammable substances and fluid!’ 4 The adoption of a law prohibit Inn the sale an<| use of the soeailed parlor match, and the dangerous type of firework" . The III opt ton of Ihe model fire marsh il hill, ns pr« |>arei| hv the Eire Marshal s Xssot tatton of North \incr h a an I Xacl topv of which I* found al I he t lose of the report 7— ^ Girls* Suits ' : - and Dresses --- Rarely have the young 1 clothes been prettier , more girlish in line and fashion, and at the same tune more practical than this year. This store is full of just the jaunt iest girl styles we’ve hod the pleas ure showing. If you’ll come »"<l look you’ll find many styles to in terest you. Ages 2Vz to 14 Years $1-?? to fJJOO • /Dresses 50c to $12.50 THE HUB Head to Foot Outfitters. Fourteenth and Market Sts. - J ■ ♦ fflWe would j be pleased to * have you call J TRIIXELLS ! The Home of High Grade f Millinery. f WILL MOVE APRIL 22 TO St ITE 52 2 GERMAN BANK From 1207 Chapline St. Russell H. Skeels, Chiropractor ^ * * vn-s-*> «>■'»•* i * tn trt n imtnnftrmn THE DAILY CHIT-CHAT jf • —0— • By Ruth Cameron »»»»$«»» **♦*-**■ #-*«-*-»-* ** $*#h*-** Health a Requisite for Marriage. I hr other las | received a wedding Imitation which made me feel very rad < "h> il.rt | experience auch an ln ap(>ropriaie feeling • Itecanae ] don't think thowe two young t»eople ought to be married at leant not at preaert. Vo. It ten t beraiiBe he haarrt a good ponltlon and aiifTb lent capital with' v hlch to wtart a home, i believe tnev | are fairly well flxed financially The, capital fheae two young people la'ki It hot financial at all; It a phvalc*!. ; The' Bre la>th of them very nearly | bankrupta In ttrrvou* energy and v< tallty. And I think thev run a far J ttreati r risk than If they ahould marry 1 wlthi ut a penny. Thev nay tha' In e la likely to «v J out of the window when the grey wolf l of poverty com-a in at the door. I I think he |a even n ore likely to go fluttering away when thp gloomv wraith called nerve* begin* to haunt the hotiae. It I* reallv aurprialng how little if' «• people have to mi about health at a rc'iulelte for a happy marriage. J ”.Ve talk about congeniality and aim- ' llarlf of ta«tea. ». have murh to a*v j aiec;t tiir financial reuulrem* nta. w* | ad' tar thla and that temperament to1 mate with thla and that dlapoaltloti. j but how* arldom we retognlxe the fact j that h«alth lira a great <lca| to <’ 11 with happlrn aa In thla. aa In ev ery I other relation of life. j N'av morn than in any oiner, idn-e marriage |* the close*! relation and heme the one Sn which friction Is mo»t likely to develop and most pain ful when It doe* develop. Now health nnd love together make the mont perfect otl for preventing Motion. Hut If either of these two Ingredients I* lsckl-g. the oil ls not perfect nnd the machinery la likely to get out of order. lx ok back over your married Ufa reader friend*, and m* If mont of your •li'unrcl* and misunderstandings and grievances have not come to you at time* when you were at a low ebb of vltalltv. After you had had a few good nights' sleep Hnd strength and poise had come buck to you. didn't the Idg troubles of yesterday look very small? Just as In the concave and ronve* mirrors of the amusement park we see our reflected persons become abnor mally large or dwindle Into nothing ness. so our annoyances look when viewed In the magnifying mirror of til health or the reducing mirror of good health and vltalltv If we want our children to make happy marriages w« cannot do bet ter than to urge them to my up health and vitality against their mating time, ev«n more carefully than thev store up money and linen and lingerie tad household possession* I'or thev have more chance of being hsprllv married without the latter that, without the former. re=c/ CHAMBERLAIN’S COUGH REMEDY WILL QUICKLY CURE THAT TERRIBLE COUGH Many ( awe* of I'ersiwtent and Aggravating ( ougha That Restated All Other Treatment Have Heen Permanently Cured by Thin Medicine. Thoro la. no bolioyo, no romodv that haa prnvod mnro ifntformly aiir roaafti! In offortlng pormanont ritro* of i>or*la'rnt and harking rough* than ha* chamhorlain'* Cough Horn odv Hoad what poople who havo boon rurod by It any of It Mr* A I. Alvbaugh Tonawanda. N V , wrltoa, ‘1.0*1 nlntor my hu» band had an attark of tho grip whlrh loft him with a tornblo rough Tho dortor a modtrlno and othor romodlo* ho uaoil not proving ofltrarlou*. and having goon t'hamhorlaln'* Cough Romody * highly rorommondod I bought a hottlo of it for him to try Tho >-ffoot *r*n rortalnlv m.irvolou' Aft or u«lng It for a day tho tough on tlroly diaappoarod ** Mr* P J Kastman. Tonawanda. W. Y . write*, 'i am only too glad to take the time to write and tell of tho marked benefit I received a abort time ago through using Chamberlain'* Cough Hemedy. At that time I waa egperlencing a severe cough ft waa most annoying bothering me mostly at night 1 tried several remedies but nothing did me no much good a* one dose of Chamberlain* Cough Krtm-di The relief waa very great from the first and before f had used onehalf of the content* of the bot tle. the cough had entirety dlsap (•eared This remedy tna> be had at any dm* store at and M cent* per bottle. Adv