The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, March 18, 1915, Page 2, Image 2

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Church of Qod Mite Society Benders In
teresting Program
Special Correspondence.
Shiremanstown, March 18.—Mrs.
Frank Eshlenian and sisters, Misses
Cora and Mary Walter, spent Sunday
■with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons
in Mochanicsburg.
Miss Ruth Adams, of 'Mechanicefrurg,
apcnt Sunday with Miss Marie Souse
John Kline, of Liverpool, visited
this sister, Miss Slide Kline, recently.
Francis G. Rupp, of South Bethle
hem, visited his parents, iMr. and Mrs.
S. S.'Rupp, for several days.
Miss Mae Brinton is visiting her
sister, (Mrs. G. A. Homberger, in Har
Samuel Fisher, of Mt. Alto, spentf
Sunday with C. A. Cribble and fam
ily. »
Mrs. George Jacobs spe.nt Sunday at
*he home of David Orris, in New King
Mrs. Paul Houry spent Sunday in
Enola the guest of Mr. and Mrs. An
Clarence Campbell, of Mt. .loy, is
visiting his sister, Mrs. Boy Bates, foi
several day^
Mr. anil firs. MvKlellen Walter# v!a
ited Mrs. Agnes Stone in Mechanics
!burg recently.
Mrs. John M. Hupp moved to the
Eiib property 011 West Main street on
iMliss Agnes Ising, who is ill at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Charles Whist
ler. in Harrisrburg, is much improved.
f'harles ißealor has returned to his
home in Philadelphia ' after being the
guest of his parents, Mr. and .Mrs,
lloseph Bcalor, on Locust street.
Prof. P. A. Kerlin has returned to
ihis home in Liverpool after being the
guest of friends in this place.
The K'hurch of God : Mite Hocictv met
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Orone, Wednesday ewening. The follow
ing program was rendered: Singing, so
ciety; prayer, Miss Lyvlia Gnub'b; sin<*.
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ing, society; reading of lesson, 24th
Psalm; singing, society; recitation,
Merle Wallace; singing, society; duct,
Margaret Weber and Rhoda ißeaner;
reading, Glen Crone; song, class of
boys; reading, Mrs. Frey; singing, so
ciety; solo, !Mary Atticks; recitation,
Mildred Crone; reading of minutes and
collection of dues; benediction.
The Band ot' 'Hope class, consisting
of fourteen ladies of the Church of God,
met at the home of their teacher Wed
nesday evening and rendered the fal
lowing program: Singing, class; prayor,
Scripture iesson; singing, class; reait
iug, !Mrs William Stansfield; singing,
class; reading. Miss Gribble; singing,
class; report of secretary; offering;
singing and adjournment.
Miss Eva Ralph Entertains Number of
Friends at Her Home
Sp' - •. inl Correspondence.
W'illiamstown, March 1-8.■ —-Miss Eva
Ralph proved a delightful hostess to a
gathering of a number of her friends
at her home on West Market street on
Tuesday evening. Cards and dancing
were the chief amusements A delicious
luncheon was served. A Victrola fur
nished the music.
Aaron Ralph returned from iPhiladel
phia Monday where he attended an
undertakers' convention.
.Misses Cleo Haller and Mary Grif
fiths, students at the Cumberland Val
ley State Normal school, 'Shippensburg,
arrived home yesterday to spend their
spring vacation with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Holmes enter
tained in honor of their daughter, Dor
othy's 7th birthday at their home on
East Market street Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Harrison Watkins and daughter,
/Augusta, returned from a visit to rela
tives at Philadelphia and Atlantic City.
George Flynn, of Philadelphia, is
visiting Edward Bovle.
Mrs. George Wren visited her son,
Raymond, at Cressona on 'Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Koenig, of
j Heading, visited his parents over Sun
George Bond and Weldon Watkins
called on friends at Reinerton Tuesday
Allen and Andrew Budd were visitors
to the county seat Tuesday.
Program to Be Rendered In Presby
terian Church This Evening
I Sueolal Correspondence.
Middletown, March I>B.—The fol
lowing, is the program to be rendered
in the Presbyterian church this even
ing: Piano trio, overture, "Preciosa,"
the Misses Goldie Kieffer, Mary Ging
rich and Verona Keiper; solo, "Thine
Garden.'' Ida Beaverson; duet, "On
ward Bonny Boat," Misses Allies
Markley and Grace Keefer; solo, (a)
"The Grave on the Heath;" (b)
"Good >fight, Sweet Dreams," Wil
liam Detweiler; readiug, "Selling a
Feller," Mary Ellberti; duet, "Come
Down iMa' Evening Star," Ruth
Conekli'n and Arthur Grnnden; solo,
"A Dream," Florence Scholl; trio, (a)
"Voices of the JVood;" (b) "I Once
Had a Sweet Little Doll, Dears," Mrs.
Ira Springer, Mrs. A. H. Kreider and
Mrs. A. H. Lukenvill; violin solo, John
Witman; reading, "Bradforck Burglar
Alarm," Msry Elberti; German song,
"Der Trflyller," Max Lauffer; solo,
"'An Open Secret," Marguerite Pot
ter; quartet, "Bring Back My Love
O'er the Sea," Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Springer, Max Lauffer and « Sara
Schriener. A silver offering will be
taken at the door.
The funeral of the late Charles F.
Bubb, who was killed yesterday morn
ing, will be hold from" his late home,
Susquehanna and Catherine streets, on
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and
will be conducted by the Rev. W. R.
Ridington, if he is home from confer
ence at that time. Interment will be
in the Middletown cemetery. The dece
dent is *lso survived by his mother,
Mrs. Emma three brothers,
Harry, William and John, and one sis
„er, Mrs. Annie Zimmerman, of this
Dr. H. \V. and Mrs. George, attend
ed the'funeral of a relative at A'llen
town yesterday. ,
Mrs. William Flury spent Wednes
day at Hiummelstown.
Miss Mary McPherson, who resided
with J. W. Miller, South Wood street,
was taken to the Harrisburg hospital
at noon Wednesday, being seriously ill
with pneumonia.
11. B. Fox transacted business at
Elizabethtown yesterday.
John W. Few is building a new gar
age at the rear of his home on Spring
street, George Cobaugh, of Boyilton,
laid the concrete foundation. .
David Snyder moved from the Har
rirtvurg Trust Company house on South
Union street, to the Peter's property
on Swatara street, yesterday.
Philip Kjsmau, erf Lancaster, trans
acted business iirtown to-day.
John Pattern, of South Wood street,
is ill with tonsilitis.
The body of the late (Martin Metz
gar, who died at Philadelphia Tuesday
niight was brought to town last even
ing by Undertaker H. 8. Both and
fn>ken"to his home below Hillsdale.'The
decedent is survived by bis wife, one
son, Maurice, of this piaee, one daugh
ter, Mrs. Nissley, of Riverside; orfe
sister, Mrs. David Ulrieh, Elizabeth
town; t-wo brothers, Millard, of Pleas
ant Vaflrfv, and Johrn, of this place.
Mrs. Elizabeth Kennard, of Harris
burg, is visiting* relatives in town.
Arthur King is transacting business
at Xew York.
The Social Circle of town was enter
tained by Mrs. J. P. Ackerman this
Walter Hntfield is installing a 16-
horse power engine on a large flat for
Amos Huntzberger, who will use the
flat to go to and from Sassafras Island,
which he purchased last summer.
More Than 1,000 People Participate in
Evangelistic Parade
Special Correspondence.
Marysville, Pa., March 18.—On Sun
day night the first service in the talber
nacle was held. Evangelist Hillis
preached upon the "Value of the
Bible" before a large audience. On
Monday night, which was the only
Monday any services will be held, the
subject was "'A Tragedy in—Four
Acts." On Tuesday a parade was held,
more than 1,000 people participating.
The parade was led by the band into
the tabernacle where a sermon on "The
Kaee and the Racers" was preached.
There is a clloir of over 200 voices and
about the same num'ber of 'boosters who
are the young singers. On Wednes
day night the sermon was "The Whirl
wind Revival.'' To-night the sermon
will 'be the "Giant of 'Marysville." The
divided into twelve districts,
with a lieutenant commanding each.
Friday night will 'be High school night.
Newport, Duncannon, Wormieysburg,
West Fairview, Enola and the local
High school have been invited. On
Wednesday fllrs. illillis sang and Mr.
Hillis spoke in the Marysville High
school. The subject for Friday will be
"The Principal Elements of Success in
Young Boys and Girls."
, The pi,;e organ for the Reformed
church lias arrived and is being set
up so that it may be used at the Eas
ter Sunday services. iMrs. Frank Rob
erts will be the organist.
On account of the poor attendance at
the Galen theatre, caused by the meet
ings at the tabernacle, the management
has decided to suspend the show on all
days except Mondays and Saturdays un
til the evangelistic campaign is ended.
Harry Ganster, a local sportsman,
held a fox chase this afternoon at the
south end of Lincoln street. While
Ganstet was feeding the fox it bit him
on the finger, 'badly lacerating it.
Lights will be placed 'between Maple
avenue and the talbemaclo for the con
venience of those who attend the mcet
Lawrence A. Stahl, of Latrobe, Pa.,
will arrive in two weeks to take the
place of the musical instructor, B. 11.
i Redden, who was operated upon for ap-.
pendicitis in the Harris'burg hospital.
Attorney H. L. Lark on Trip to Texas
and California
Special Correspondence.
Millersburg, March 18.—'Mrs. Maria
Martz is very seriously ill at her homo
on Race street.
Gordon Bjnibaker, of Mercersburg
Academy, is spending his vacation at
the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Bmbaker.
Attorney H. ,L. Lark left on Tues-'
day for the West, going direct to El
Paso, Texas, where he will spend some
time and on his return trip will visit
the Exposition and many points or in
terest. '
Miss Pauline Noagley and Miss
Edith Spong spent Saturdav in Harris
Mrs. Agnes Hummel has returned to
her home here after spending the win
ter with friends at Watsontovvn.
Mr. and Mrs. Budd, cf Lebanon, re
cently visited the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Sweigard.
The excavating being done at Mar
ket and Center streets for the new Bru
baker Block is rapidly progressing.
Miss Emma Richards spent the lat
ter part nl last week in Philadelphia,
j Miss Hannah Hates is having exten
sive improvements male to her prop
erty on Moore street.
Flush the Kidneys at Once When Back
achy or Bladder Bothers—Meat
Forms Uric Acid
No man or woman who eats meat reg
ularly can make a mistake by flushing
the kidneys occasionally, says a well
known authority. Meat forms uric acid
which clogs the kidney pores so they
sluggishly filter or strain only part of
the waste and poisons from the blood,
then you get sick. Nearly all rheuma
tism, headaches, liver troubles, nervous
ness, constipation, dizziness, sleepless
ness, bladder disorders come from slug
gish kidneys.
The moment you feel a dull ache in
the kidneys or your back hurts, or if
the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of
sediment, irregular of passage or at
tended by a seusation of scalding, get
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any reliable pharmacy and taku :i table-
Spoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your kid
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and lemon juice, combined with lithia
and has been used for generations to
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them to activity, also to neutralize the
acids in urine so it no longer causes ir
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Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
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lithia-water drink which all regular
meat eaters should take now and then
to keep the kidneys clean and the, Moid
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The Rev. P. J. S. Morrow Attending
Conference at Norristown
Sppclal Correspondence.
Dauphin, Marcli 18.—Mrs. Fred
Haas, of York, was the guest of Miss
Cora Cofrode on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welker and
son, Paul, spent Sunday with IMr. and
Mrs. Walter Speece, Hpeeceville.
Mrs. Anna Owens, who was the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Jennie iHick
erncll, at Maple Grove Farm, returned
to Narbcrth on Saturday.
Mrs. Charles Irvin and children, who
spent the winter with Mrs. Agnes Ir
vin, left to-day for Bahway, N. J.
The Rev. F. J. S. Morrow left Tues
day for Philadelphia, where hie is at
tending the Methodist Episcopal Con
Mrs. Katharine Kinter has returned
from Harrisburg, where she spent the
John Oarman was home from Wilkes-
Barre several days.
Mrs. Harry Kinter attended tile fu
neral of her grandmother, Mrs. Ellen
Bressler, at Halifax on Saturday.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Unit
ed Evangelical church met at the par
sonage or. Tuesday evening. The reg
ular business was transacted and the
following olliceia were elected: Presi
dent, Miss Cora 8. S.-Cofrode; vice
president, Mrs. Charles Welker; secre
tary, Mrs. Le Hoy McKissick; assistant
secretary, Miss Lydia Maurev; treasur
er, Mrs. Charles Bricker. Refreshments
were served.
Mrs. Walter Speece, Mrs. Charles
Welker and Mrs. Eugene Garinan spoilt
Thursday with Mrs. Irvin Koons at
George W. Heck has returned from a
visit to his son, Dr. Maurice iHeek, St.
Augustine, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Romberger and son,
Ira, of Harrisburg, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. T. (i. Switzer on Stiuday.
Mrs. Charles Stoudt, of Harrisburg,
spent Saturday with his sister, Mrs.
Eugene Caiman.
Mrs. Paul Harm and son, Samuel, of
Harrisburg, spent Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Maurey.
U. B. Church Bible Classes Hold Social
at Parsonage
*tir lal Correspondence
Halifax, March 18. —Tihe men's and
ladies' Bible classes of tue United
Brethren church held a social at the
parsonage. on Tuesday evening. Par
lor games afforded amusements for the
guests during the evening. Refresh
ments were served to about sixty
J. D. Burgeman, of Daluiatia, was in
town on business Wednesday.
The Rev. A. 1. Collom, pastor of the
! Methodist church, is attending the an
! nual conference, in session at Norris
j town. His congregation ; has asked for
] his return here.
Mrs. C. M. Richter is visiting her
I parents at Middletown.
i Miss Marie Devery, of Millersburg,
I was the guest of Miss Charlotte Heis-
I ler on Tuesday.
Miss Annie Biever spent several
\ days the past week with her brother,
: Isaac H. Biever, and family at Millers
| burg.
To Cure A Colli In One Day
I Tablets. Druggists refund money if it
I tails to cure. E. W. GKOVIS'S slgna
| ture is on each box. 25c.
Illustrated Lecture to Ee Held in Cen
tral Theatre Sunday Afternoon
Special Correspondence.
Ilfrrshey, March 18.—Mrs. George
Eppley and son, Robert, visited friends
at Lancaster.
i M. S. Hershey is spending several
weeks in the Soutih.
W. T. R. Murrie and son, Malcolm,
were in Philadelphia.
Miss Dorothy Sellers visited her par
ents at Middletown.
Cyrus Westliafer moved his family
from Lawn to Derry Church.
Mrs. C. D. Keyser and family, of
Middletown, spent a week here, the
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Fasnacht.
Mrs. J. R. Kreider is spending sever
al weeks with her daughter, Mrs.
James Martin, at Lancaster.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E Snyder spent sev
eral days in Philadelphia.
Miss Kathryn Bowman, of Lebanon,
was tfie guest of F. L Deverter and
Mrs. T. M. Shay returned from a
four weeks' visit to her daughter, Mrs.
George Huntley, of Canton, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lei'b, of Pitts-
are visiting relatives at this
Arthur K. Peck of Boston, Mass.,
will deliver an illustrated lecture on
"Village Life in Oberainmergau and
the Passion Play" ou Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock in the Hershey Cen
tral theatre.
H. R. Breneman visited his family at
Reading. '
The Rev. F. F. Hopple to Speak on the
Temperance Question
Special Correspondence.
New Cumberland, March 18.—The
Rev. F. F. Hopple, district superintend
ent of the Anti-Saloon League, will
speak in Trinity U. B. church Sunday
evening on temperance and local op-
Baritone Pianist Cellist
Van Yorx
The Worlds Greatest Player-Pianist and .
Artists Who Will Assist Him in
Angelus Player-Piano Recital
Tuesday Evening, March 23, at 8.15 O'clock
Technical High School Auditorium
Admission By Ticket Only
Which May Be Had Without Charge By Calling At Our
_ Store, March 22 and 23
Complimentary and Under Direction
, J. H. Troup Music House
Troup Building 15 South Market Square
Mrs. J. A. Sprenkel spent yesterday
with Mrs. Nesbit at Mcchaniesburg.
Mrs. Emma K. Hoerner and daughter,
Claire, attended the funeral of the for
mer's aunt, Mrs. Eliza Crumlcigh, at
Mechanicsiburg yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. l»ee Stetler, Fourth
street, announce the birth of a daugh
ter, Kathreen Birdilia. born March
16. Mrs. Stetler was Miss Mary Doyle
prior to her marriage.
The Rev. J. W. Grimnr., of York, for
mer pastor of Trinity United Brethren
church, was a guest of the Rev. and
Mrs. A. B. Ayers at Trinity U. B. par
sonage on Monday. Mrs. Waiter Crone
and son, Wilmer" also of York, spent
yesterday with the Rev. Mr. Ayers and
Mrs. Frank Williams and daughter,
Clara, of York county, visited -S. A.
Williams' family.
The Rev. R. R. Rodes, of York,
called on James Davis' family Tuesday.
Miss Lena Meals, of Boiling Springs,
was a week-end guest of Miss Edith
Mrs. A. P. Black, Bridge street, en
tertained the Five Hundred Club, of
which she is a member, yesterday aft
St. Paul's Reformed Choir Rehearsing
for the Easter Service
Special CoiVcspondenM
Mechanicrfburg, 'March 18. —In the
absence of the jiastor, the Rev,- J. J.
Bosh, who is attending conference at
iShamokin, the prayer meeting in the
Methodist church last evening was con.
ducted by the Rev. J. R. Shipe.
The ctair of St. Paul's Reformed
church is rehearsing for the Eastei
service, "A IMtoriyng in the Orient." "W.
A. Sigler is conducting the rehearsal.
The following citizens of this place
have 'been drawn as jurors for the next
term of eountv court: E. S. Weiber, IMOT
ris Pass. William Beck, George G.
Clark, W. F. Fishburn, Glenn ißecher, J.
H. Bowman, David Ricker and Grant
Mrs. J. V. Miller, of this place, as
sisted in preparing the wardrobes for
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Quicklyt—Yes. Almost instant re
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Rub this soothing, penetrating oil
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Straighten up! Quit complaining!
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the Elks frolic ,n 'Carlisle this week.
Miss Edith Fegley was a visitor to
Harrislburg last evening.
R. A. Bucher let L for his home in
Pittsburgh yestorday after a week's
visit to his sisters, the Misses Bucher,
West Main street. He came to attend
the funeral of I)r. Noreross, at Carlisle,
last week. IMT. Bucher formerly resided
in Carlisle and was a member of I>r.
Noreross' church.
'Mrs. N. Forney, of Lemoyne, is the
guest of the 'Misses Swartz, East 'Main
Funeral of Harold S. Lewars Held at
Macungie Yesterday
c!peelal Correspondence
Newport, March 18.—The funeral
services of Harold S. Lewars, of Get
tysburg, who conducted the Newport
Choral Society in 1912 and 1913,
when he lived im this place, -were held
on Wednesday. Interment was made
in Macungie, Pa. He was 35 years old
at the time of his death.
The fifth and last illustrated lecture
by S. B. Watts, of Harrisburg, man
ager of the Bell Telephone Company,
will ibe given ou Thursday, March 25,
under the auspices of the Men's Asso
ciation in the latter's rooms. The lec
ture iti on "The Growth of a Great
Modern Utility."
The followimg have been elected of
ficers in Emory Smith's SundSy school
class of the Reformed church: Assist
ant teafrbar, Oscar Moyer; president,
Ralph Fry; vice president, Weibley
Dean; secretary, Raymond Fiekesj
treasurer, Glen Cloneer. The class will
meet at the home of its president,
'Ralph Fry, to-night for the pur
i pose of completing the organizing of
| the class.
Miss Mae Geary is visiting in llar
Miss Alice Clouser is visiting
friends and relatives in Harrisburg.
•Miss Sarah Adams has returned
from a two weeks' trip to Philadel
Mrs. Rena Settle, of Wilmington,
Del., is visiting her friend, Mfs. Sam
uel A. Sharon. f
The local High school lias been in
vited to be present at High school
night in the Marysville tabernacle on
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell, of
Harris-bun?, spent the week-end visit
ing friends amd relatives in this place.
Milan, Via Paris, March 18, 5.10
A. M.—Prudence will mark the efforts
of the admirals of the allied fleet to
force a passage Dardanelles, ac
cording to a special correspondent of
the "Corriere Delia Sera,'' who gives
the captain of the French hospital ship
Canada as authority for the statement.
At least another month, he says, will
be s,peut in efforts to silence the Turk
ish fortifications, especially those
guarding the narrows at Chanak Ka
The operations against Smyrna, the
correspondent declares, had a double
object. The first is said to have been
to prevent the transfer of the Thir
teenth Turkish army corps, which was
preparing to leaVe for the Dardanelles,
and the second to cut the communica
tion of the army which was sent against
Geneva, Via Paris, March 18, 5.15
A. M.—German troops have ibeen ener-
getically engaged for the past few
days fortifying all the Valley of the
Largue, between Moos, Saint Louis and
Loerrach, says the Lausanne "Ga
zette." A complicated system of
barbed wire entanglements has Been
placed. The environs of Volhensiberg
and Ferrette are defended by entrench
ments and blockhouses.
Work is boing hastened on the en
trenchments on the line from Saint
Louis to Muelhausen and ou the de
fenses at Altkirch. In the Sanspach
and the Burnhaupt region, where an im
portant action is expected, the paper
says, the Germans have dug additional
trenches and placed heavy artillery on
carefully chosen positions.
E. B. Rollln Leads Silver Trophy Shoot
—Sarvis Takes Match
R. 'B. Rollin, with twenty breaks
out of a possible twenty-five, led tho
silver trophy shoot of the Rutherford
Gun Club yesterday. G«orge L. Sarvis
defeated Ed Hassler in the shoot-off
in the second event. A high wind made
good scores impossible. The summary:
Hummel, 25-12; Naugle, 25-13; Carl,
25-19; Cobaugh,. 50-36; Spangler, 25-
18; Witman, 25-12; Rolland, 25-20;
Miller, 25-19; Walters, 75-46; Har
ward, 25-12; George, 60-45; Utter, 65-
38; Griesg, 25-10; Beck, 25-11; Has
sler, 60-3S; Fasick, 50-34; Machamer,
50-31; 01i(hant, 70-41; G. O. Sarvis,
65-52; IMcFarland, 25-10; Sharkpy, 50-
30; Charles, 25-10; Shisler, 50-17;
Snyder, 25-17.
'Tape's Diapepsin" Is
the Quickest and
Surest Stomach
If what you just ate is souring on
your stomach or lies like a lump of
lead, refusing t6 digest, or you belch
gas and eructate sour, undigested food,
or have a feeling of dizziness, heart
burn, fullness, nausea, bad taste in
mouth and stomach headache, you can
surely get relief in five minutes.
Ask your pharmacist to show you
the formula, plainly printed ou these
fifty-cent cases of Pape's Diapepsin,
then you will understand why dyspeptic
troubles of all kinds must go, and why
it relieves sour, out-of-order stomachs
or indigestion in five minutes. "Pape's
Diapepsin" is harmless; tastes like
candy, though each dose will digest and
prepare for assimilation into the blood
all the food you eat; besides, it makes
vou go to the table with a healthy ap
petite; but what will please you most,
is that you will feel that your stomach
and intestines are clean and fresh, and
you will not need to resort to laxatives
or liver pills for biliousness or con
This city will have many "Pape's
Diapepsin" cranky as some people will
call them, but you will be enthusiastic
about this splendid stomach prepara
tion, too, if you ever take it for indi
gestion, gases, heartburn, sourness,
dyspepsia, or any stomach misery.
Get Bomo now, this minute, and rid
yourself of stomach misery and indi
gestion in five minutes.—Adv.