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.THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1918. THE DAILY COURIEii; OONNELLSVILLB, PA. PAGE THREES. H*l«n RIchardtOB, : dmufhtet f brother and si»ter-in-l«w, - Mr. and -ol Willuun Richardson of aaekscn^j-Mre.. Albert Donnelly. Mlts., and. C. EiUwerth P»rker, *r,;.:.air». J,-D. Percy of We»t, Peach 1ft years associated with Dr. lUlt- | street Is the guest of her. daughter, land AlMaader ol the Firrt Pr**y r [Mrs. Harfy-Porter of Scottdale.tody. Urian church, Fittsbu'r»;, ; -ir«re .quietly'} ; ' Mra; W. E. Coughenour, JSJrs, Sarah raarriad k WedneMiay, .July 3," Jo Haiti- Banibart and. iJanghter, Mni;'; Frank more by Rev. Robert Ctare, a friend i Pagan- of Fairmont, went to of tha bridecroon, Dr. Alexaader be- iac oaafel* to b« proeat and oAciatc. The ragaisment hart not been aa- sounced aid the wwidtce came as m - surprise to the ;;i»K-, Pittsburj fri«3da of th« brMe and briderroom. No ainonnceToent . cards were issued. Mr. aid -Mrs. Parker have taken iur- nlshed apartments in New Hampshire aveane, ". W., , JW«sbingtan, wher»* they wllV'reside for the pres- ' ~ eat. The bridegroom has a number of friends in CoEEoHsville and in the Indian 'Creek ' valley, having had charge ..of the Presbyterian camps at Rogers Mill* for several seasons. He is now in Washington representing .a Pittsburg company, co-operating with .the government in .war -work activities. The bride, who is soloist at the Edgewood Presbyterian church, has been invited to sing at T. M. C. A. camps and will also engage, in Red Cross work while in "»shin|;- ' : The regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the First Baptist church be held- tomorrow eve- . for Federal - Charged with furnishing intoxicating liquors to soldiers, J. W. Harriug- ton, a traveling salesman from Pitls- burg, was arrested last nig-ht by Pa- trolmec Turner . and Rendlnel _ He is being held (or the Department- ot Justice. . . · ' .'Harrington was 'caught .in' the act "of giving uniformed men the liquor by Patrolman Turner, and both sol- have made affidavits that the salesman- S»ve them the drink. The case is the first of the kind that has come up in -Connellsvine. · Patrolman Turner, '.while going out North. Pittsburg street noticed tha three grouped in' tie darkness of freight cars standing on a siding of the Pennsylvania railroad between j Pittsburg street and Meadow Lane. the] The officer saw Harrington .pass the United Brethren church will meet to- Ui»»°r to a soldier, and stopped. morrow Bight at the iom« of C. C. 'Harrington called to Turner and of- ColM»s at South Con'allsyUle. All Uersd aim » arink. also: Tamer did menrbers of the -class are urged to' be ; not make an.' arrest immediately but present. . j followed the men to .the Star restau- -- · ' ! ' . . " jranf where all three-were' taken into flit Missionary society of the Trin- custody. R^tornnd church ,will- uttet .to-, -.ning at-the home of .Mrs.' Suearrr at . Poplar Grove. The members will leave here on the 7.30 -o'clock street car. It is the annual dollar meeting and all members are aaked to send or bri»0 their donation to -tne meeting: Ti« I» "W. class will meet tonight ta tie hone of Miss Stella Staoffer in North'Third street. West SWe. Th« Goodfellowship claw or to Mount Pk«»«nt.today to visit Mrs: Coughenonr's daughter,' Mrs. Charles McGoogan. · .^- . . . ,.{ -. .. .,. Mr.-:andiMrs. HusselVyaugaii are spending tfee'.'day:in Pittsburg.;. Mrs., Frank Young- and, Miss Sallie Toiing' of Pittsfinrg,- who are .spending the summer at Bear Run, were in town today. / · " ' . · · · · Mrs. W. S. Anderson of Scottdale was a ConnellBrille; visitbrj'todaV: Mrs. Jacob iDulliof. Jones Mill is spending the-day ner»L'~ CAVE SOLMERS DRINK nttabmrgtr ~ArrnM aad Held Here ni»*t at the home of Mrs. TB. F. Rtr- dolmfc in Vine street. .The 'society will b* «nlertained by Mrs. Rudolph, Mrs. Mary Adams and Miss Louise Fainter. n» w««kly meeting of the Busi- mw "Women's Christian, association will be held tonight in Odd Fellows' LIFE 15 FH.V.1CE P1EASES XfSIClAS. Some' ot his experiences in France are intertBtingly related by - Private Joan W. Wilson, of Headquarters Company, at Blois, in a letter to bis mother, Mrs. W. T. Wilson ot Vanderbilt. In part he says: "1 suppose »»le. South. Pittaburg street. . you wili be surprisied to see the name ..' ' -- r - 7TM. . Bibis at the heading of: my letter. The regular meeting of.the Wlllikm '."Well, that is Uie name of the town in f. Kurtz post. No. 1W,'Grand A'rmy; "hich I am located. It is only a few of the Republic, will be held 7 tomor- · days 'since the boys were.allowed to row aftwaoon at 2 o'clock, in' the post 1 tell'.the folks back.home where they roam In Odd fellows temple. All v*t-1 ««·; Here is where I have been, at ·raia aw .iavited.. \ most all the time since I landed! As: : ' · . ' ' · '-- '.' · t told yon before this is a beautilul A cottage'prayer meeting will .be: country, and especially is tiis true tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at I of Btols. It is a. large city with three ' A.A.WETHERELL FALLS VICTIM OFvPNEUMONIA Former Tffell-Known Business Ma* . 8«eenmls After Week's Illness. · FORMER MANUFACTURER Took Orer Slue JUUng ludustrr " Fro* His Father, Bmt Abandoned it for! Hmtmatialns In Footwear; lived ra Retirement Since · 198«. The Effects of Opiates. T HAT INFANTS are peculiarly susceptible to opium and its various' preparations, all of which are narcotic, is well known. Even in the smallest doses, if continued, these opiate* cause changes in the function* and growth of the cells which are likely to become permanent, causing imbecility, mental perversion, a craving, for alcohol or narcotics in later life. Nervous diseases, such as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers are a result of dosing with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in their infancy 'The rule among pbyaiciana fotba£ children shoritd-never receive opiates in. the smallest doses for more than a day at a- time, and only then if unavoidable. . . · · - · - · · ' The administration of Anodynes, Drop*, Cordial*, Soothing Syrup* and other narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and the druggist should not be a party to it. Children who are ill need the attention of j a. physician, and it ie nothing loss than a crime to dose them willfully with narcotics. ' . · Castoria contains no narcotics if it bean the signature of :Cnas. H.Fletcher. fienaiae Cartoria always bears {be signature ot Following a brief illness of pneumonia, Adelbert Alphonso Wether'ell, 65. 'y«arfi old. "a .retired business man, and a. resident of Connellsville all his life, died, this morning at .8.30 .o'clock at his home in North Pittsburg street. Deceased had been ailing for uie jiasi. month, but vras able .to be about until Wednesday, night: a week ago. A week ago today pneumonia developed. At times he would rally and hopes for his . recovery were - entertained. He became unconscious . last night, remaining in. that state until death. The deceased was born in : Coanells- ville in the' old Wetuerctl homestead, located where the Title Trust building now stands, a son of the late Lewis A. and 'IJucy. Wetherell, who at their time were among the most prominent residents of ConiieUsviUe. His father was' born in 'Athol, .Mass., coming to Connellsville in 1850, where he was engaged in the shoe manufacturing business, employing as high as men, until his death on .November 16, 18*1. -His son, Adeibert AJphonso Wetherell, 'took over the business and later when machine sewed shoes became popular he gave up the shoe manufacturing business and opened a shoe store in the room "where J. C. Stauffer's bfok store is now located. He Mid out his business in 1886 and since then had lived retired. Mr. "Wetherell married Miss Emma Jane Smith, a daughter of the late M.r. and Mrs. John R. Smith .of Dawson, the ceremony being performed at Beaver, January 6, 1886. In addition to his widow he is survived by sons, Raymond E. Wetherell ot Pittsburg, and' Paul S. WethereU "of Connellaville; one grandchild, Jane Wether-ell, and one brother, Ansora j B. Weiherell of Pittsburg. Mr. Weth- j erell attended the First .Baptist i church and was one of the most widely known and highly respected HIGHLY HOXOBKD 'OB BATTLE. W. J. JOHNSON. W. J. "Johnson, one year and six months old, ison of Mr. and Mrs.- W. J. Johnson of North Pittsburg street, died yesterday. Funeral services will be held from the house tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock with interment in Hill Grove cemetery. Second Lieutenant John T. Bisset of Pittsburg, has been recommended for (he French I^egion of Honor for distinguished gallantry displayed at Chateau Thierry. men "of Connellsvine. great reader, and had memory. He was a wonderful th» hone ot Mrs. Goorje Carothers, 321S Sycamore street. ' . PBSONALS. Mrs. C. E. Wagner, widow of Rev. Wagner, .and two sons, left yesterday lor Carlisle, Pa., to reside. Mrs. S. E. Henderson and Mrs. C. A. I-ur- baugb accompanied" them to Greensburg and spent the day at the.h,ome of Bev. A. J. Heller. Mrs. ."Wagner'1 son. Eugene, will go to Carlisle-later. ;- Rev. Naca, Rev. and wife, have moved into the pars'oa- .'· age in East Grain.street. ; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob I-ouis Kendall -. ot Piiuburg, have, opened their home '.at Ventapi, N. 3.,'and are;there with .:.;taeir family .for the summer. .:;·..-- The best place- to shop after all: nrownall Shoe Co.--Adv. ' ·; '' Mise Mary Ffantes Ralston and Miss Virginia MeGrath arc -visiting at Wilkinsbnrg. ' Paul H. 1 Ralston '-was ri Pittsburg yesterday on business. Go to tie Tough House" ilestaurant 'for your Thursday supper. Chicken and waffles. Airs. C. J: Armstrong.-Adv.- four beautiful parks with trees and. lakes, and. ire are allowed to visit them' and enjoy ' their beauty. The band dossn'i have quite as much time as others for we play' a concert every camp. evening for the soldiers In We play every afternoon for . . . . - . - · Miss Mary' Srirder of Isabella road, , · has gone to Pittsburg to spend the week-end with 'Mrs. Hary Scott, for' meriy of, Connellsvilie. · . ' V Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stsd«r arid Mr. and Mrs. James B. SCader attended ' the funeral of, Patrick . Rotrgers, held yesterday morning from a Catholic church in Pittsbiirgr. The : interment , was made in St. .Vincent's cemetery, Latrobe. .-.' , '. . -. . Misses ' Gertrude - and Ixruise Madi- gan.went to Clarksburg. W. y«., this morning to see their sister, Mrs» Aloysius Coll, who is ill. ..' . . . Mrs. Minnie Wilson and three eiH- dren, of Syracuse, N. T.. who have been' the guests of Colonel and Mrs: J. J. Barnhart of-Sunnyside, accom- panted by Mrs. Barnhart. returned Gentlemen will the sick and wounded at the hospital. Every Sunday afternoon we play at one of the parks. Memorial Dny was, an mutual day for us even though we are far from home. In the morning we marched to the cemetery of Blois and there played a few selections while the graves were decorated. In the afternoon we. attended an athletic meet. Yesterday-our" band was taken out by the;;cqa.roandhig officer! Wight's Saxophone Orchestra at, READY FOR DANCE Red Cross Benefit by Xnstciaas to Itr Preceded by Bud Concert. Preparations, ace -complete for the Red Cross benefit dance by the musi- . clans of ConneMsvUle tomorrow night at the Elks' home. A concert by the ConnellsvilJe Military band u-Ill be followed by a- dance at which Kifer- le's 12-piece jazz orchestra will play. A good sale or tickets is reported. Tae band program will be announced tomorrow.. , The band will escort Company G to the train on its way to camp, over ths 5.36 Pennsylvania train. The band concert will bo from S to 9 .o'clock. Miss Mary -McConnell and Lester Crawford: will siag. The dance will be free, to ladies. be assessed 75 cents. DANCEATPARK to a chateau owned., by wealthy .JPrench people.' I thought.' there were sores fine places hack in the States; hilt this beats any I. ever saw. There was a large gathering there to listen to us and then we hadsbme 'eats.' It was a wonderful 1 rip ' ' CAB1E 'W'BITES . HE'S E5JOY15(J MP«. In a letter to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. :c. Cable .of North, Scottdale, Prank 'Cable;'.who'- is- attached 'to the 182nd Aero Squadron; writes-.that he iis --enjoying iif« In France, and that the country is beautiful. DUN'BAE TOITK CALttD :Loui»;Bell TOK EXAXDTATI05. of .Duobir. has been called by-Local. Board for-District No. 5 'to' appear for physical examinatioii on next 1 Wednesday. lie is a registrant of Junt S and hu been placed in. Class.!. '..- · · ' · . . 8ha*r Groyc Tomorrow Night. ...Arrangtnents have been completed for the'dance to be given at Shady Grove Park tomorrow night bv B. E; Miller and C. Ray Goodwin, local young men! Wright's Saxaphone 'Orchestra of Columbus, O., famous for its dancing music, ' will arrive here tomorrow and will play at the park. A large crowd from Connellsville is. expected to attend and many tickets have also been sold in Uniontown and intermediate points. Th« dance is expected to be one of the most popular' held at .the park yet this year. "JOJE" HOOD (JUALIFVKG AS COAX SHOYEXER. -"Joe". Hood, member of the National Army in Trance, ia making- good as coal shoreler, notwithstanding he was- without previous. home yesterday. Nert week Colonel j tBe »f- 'Kecently;.- Scott L7«mger.' Barnhart will leave for Syracuse and m «° ber of the San.tary DeUchment before returnins Borne::he. and Mra. i? f _ ^ ^WVtafantry... m tra.velir,g Barnhart will visit some of the train- j , from one .town to another ,on . a rail- Grandmother W» tho In ' the early, days of our country grandmother was tlje druggist, anfl her drugs consisted mostly of roots and- herbs gathered from the fields and forests.-' There was peppermint for indigestion, f raullen for coughs, skullcap for nervousness, thorough- wort lor colds,., wormwood for.- bruises and sprains and so on.- They were successful remedies, top. It was from a combination of such roots and herbs that.Mrs. Lydia-E. Pinkham o£ Lynn, , Mass.,. more than: forty years 'ago, originated her now .-famous Vegetable .Compound'; and during.ail'these long years-no other remedy has ever been diftopvered to restore health to ailing women so successfully as this good. RQSENSTEELS IN REUNION Annoal (iatlicrinp of 5Tcw Stan ton -Family Held Near FennsTl'Ic. The family of H. 0. Hosensteel o! New Stanton held its annual reunion at. the home ot G. H. Crosby, one mile north of Pcnnsville. on July 4th. Refreshments were served arid sports of all kinds were indulged in. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rosonsteel, Elmer Rosensteel, Mrs. CLASS 1 TOH ABMY OHM. Crowder Wantu Roiriatranta Debarred From EnHstinp; in Navy and JlarieeB- To Increase the Class 1 draft quota, Provost Marshal General Crowder has recommended to Secretary Baker that all men In Class 1 be kept subject to call for the National Army, and not be allowed to nnllst in the,Navy and Marine Corps. Under existing conditions the Navy and Marine Corps get about 20 per cent of the Class i men. Fart; at Fennsville. A very enjoyable .surprise party was heid at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Miller, near Pennsville, ia honor ot the 16th birthday ot their., daughter, Edna. Various amusements were Indulged in and a very enjoyable time was had. The following were among those present: Misses Lola, Lulu, Jennie and Nettie Longanecker, Nevada Swink, Helen Grassland, Bffle BtHng, Ruth. Redding, Oliver Coughenour, J«.mes Gorman, Roy Seiskey, John Thornton, Charles Watt, Lloyd Rice, Earl Miner, Mlilard "Wilson, Homer Swink, Oliver Workman, William Etling; Harry Miner, Louis Miller, Mr. and -Mrs. Russell Btllng. .Mr. and Mrs. Ernet Buttermore, Mabel Bricker, John Prey and two grandchildren, i MdfJ[ro!a"B7ickerrMd~M'r. and Mrs. .New Stanton; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ros- jj g. Miller. ensteel and son Ray, and Mr. and Mrs. Foust. Cross Hoads; Mr. and Mrs. John Rosensteel, daughter Elsie and son Harry, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- r^dden and sons Robert,.Donald and J. W., Mr. and Mrs. Roy .McFadden and daughter Trma, Mr. and .iUrs. Earl Bitncr and ,?on Kenneth. Pennsville; Mrs. W. W-.-Switzer and. t»o children Audrey and Allison, Armbmst; Mr. and Mrs. John Lynch and daughter. Buttermore, Mrs. Kathcrine Mildred, · Hacbel, Kenneth, Home From Camp. . Elmer Smith and sinter, Mrs. E. E. Brallier of Dawson returned home last night from Camp Lee, Petersburg, Vet-, where they visited the latter's son, Roy Brallier, who has been discharged from the army hospital where he underwent an operation. Star City,. W. Vs.; Mrs. Elsie Adams and : son Arnold, Fairmont, W. Va., and Ray McPa'drten, Bridgeport. Prixes were won by the following: Ball throwing. Mrs. Earl Bitter; driving nail, Mrs. G. H. Crosby; drawing contest, John Ji*rey; giris' race, Mildred Lynch and Violet Crosby; boys' race, Donald McFadcien; Xotiee. Mutual Garage, 615 West Crawford, one ot the best automobile repairing shops in town. We can take care of work in any shape. Oxy-acetylenc welding, all metals. Call Bell 857.-Adv.--11-it- Mrs. men's^throw-lng .contest, Roy Rosen-' TM" steel and H. 0, Ronensteel. The .cM!- dren's greatest delight was a peanut; scramble 'ami automobile riding. The only accldet.t 'of the day was when Robert McPadden, while playing, jumped on a piece of glass, cutting an ugly gash in his foot. J»es at Hospital. Julia Barchonowiz, about 49 old; of Star Junction, uader- an. operation last night at the State hospital and died Sfr,, Smith Improves. The condition of W. C. Smith, a prominent business man of Dunbar, who is critically ill of blood poisoning at his home, IB slightly improved today; He r'jsted fairly well last night. His son, Clarence, who Is in the Navy,. stationed in Maryland, arrived home j this morning, and anotbar son, Cecli, also in the Navy, is expected home today from Newport News, Va. Mr. Smith while at work in his meat market several days ago, received an ugly cut, '.irhlcn. later becume infect- e d . L ' . Swift 3i:c*tl»s Tonlgrhl. A- meeting o£ scoutmasters, assistant scoutmasters, patrol leaders and j scribes-oil-the five scout troops 'iu the city'will he held at the Carnegie Library. a(. 7 o'clock tongilit to complete plans for the camp on July 22. j E . McLaurinc, ·oho h a s been r TM t(r * D the ' tr «t Spartansburg. N. C., with her has- i was S" a T snrprised. to ; be greeted band. Lieutenant J. E. McLallr i ne . I by "Joe," who, as a member of J de- has returned to her home-her, .the t a l l - w a s l.n*»tri««»rjr. eagaged ^ in iieuieoant having, left for France. . i«nloa n ing.a.car.otcpal.on:a;sid.ng. · ' road, train ,,aUgh.t.d at a station en- dld ; {ashiolled roo t-and herb medicine. -Adv; TVonun Pined $2. Charged with throwing 'garbage Elizabeth. . - - - i l . · ; '· J « roes -''- Bowma;i. member of the! by.Healtb Officer.George Hetzel, who ' -r ways Company, went to E l i z a b . Pa., to spend her vacation ; with her '· J « roes -- . . . , ; . · , - _ ^ __ . . ''.Forestry Engineers, 'fn. Prance, .has i found the refuse, damped, in the rear · , - ~ .· "·"-:·"-·. ^~~'.- . - Jbeen promoted to a sergeantcy :: ih'the.'of the Westmoreland:- Grocery com! supply coHipany of his regiment. .. jpahy.'. She/was" told that. the practice '"-' . ' . ' ' ' · ' · _ ' |Tnust be discpntinued-or a-'heavier ! " .. i fine . would be imposed. : ' · · ' . ' ;· . · · IJ«M«1tj 0|»eraiJ»ns. . : j ·;- .-.":· ·····.. ·-. : ·'· ; · : Gladys ByeraT 1 . seven years old; years ^ \Vendel! Byers, eleven rears.old, both of Perryopalls.-'ad: 'Isabelie -^hine ot ! 3ast ,3lvr1pby avenue,: ' undeweht ] throat' operations this morning at the ; Cottage State hospital. George Riddr jman of Trotter; was discharjre'dj-tliis alteruoon. " - - . " · '.. ' ··'.- ·-· : - ' · ' ' - N : AIYAJfCE IS PBlCJi ElJRALGiA For quick enks rob the Forehead andTappiawilli '.';,.· Dmibur Tcadicr Ii«signs. Miss Elta Baker, a teacher of Latin am! English in the. . Dunbar high fichoot. has offered. her resignation to accept a; position in the Business Col- legs, Scottdale. Miss 'Baker is an Indiana .Normal graduate. Army Bill "WASHINGTON, July 11.-- President Wiisort yesterday signed the '$32,000.000 Army appropriations bill. to. meet expense's of tho aniy program for the next fiscal, year. Baby ftaiighfcr Bom. A baby daughter arrived July 5. at the home of-Mr. and'Mrs. J. I. McFadden ^at. Pehnsviile. . . Try OUT classified ladyertlseihents. for preserving, purifying and beautifying Especialrrwheripreccd- ed by touches of Cuncura Ointment to pimples, redness, roughness and dandruff. inpk) ewh Me by mil *d. PMt.e«d:. "Cutlcura. . 9T..BMIM." worU. Sotn dflOa. C O N N E L L S V I L L E S BARGAIN CENTER _ _ 115 W. M A I N ST JiilyQearance Sak STARTS FRIDAY, JULY 11 Just as strongly and as deeply as simple English, can do it, we want - to impress upon your mind the importance of this Sale. The "Central. Store," Connellsville's Bargain center, is famous for its extraordinary values all the time, and when it comes to a quick decisive cleaning, you may know that the savings will be most unusual. The · ·? . · only way to get a fair view of the wonderful Bargains is to Come and More Miles Per Gallon Come In and Let Us Show You how tkesie reat advanta^. of 'construction in Firestone tires put extra rniles of travel into yotu? gasoline tank, reduce your tile expense and greatly increase the life of your car : , Are:: Always you No i ,serve?; good printing." No imattfer what the,riatufe qfrthe jot may be "we are feady : to do it a i'Q. price: that- A/vilt be When Your Head Aches Without any apparent cause. When you are sometimes dizzy. When you.get nervous after reading or writing or sewing for any length of time. When yotr hold i your reading matter furfeer away or closer than about 14 inches, then you need our optical service. Cosnult us --no charge. , . '·',·' I. W. Myers, Opt. D. Optometrist »ii, Optician. ;·'. .Woolworth .Bldg.i. Upstairs. , . Our SpeciaHy.^-CpmJortable Vision. embody the discoveries brouhfccmt.iri developing th« ^reat Firestone Cord Tire; (1) deepercusjuort stocl: between body and tread; (2.) more, pore rubber, between layers -o£ fabric; (3) reinforced bead, brinin bendinj. point -to strongest part of tire;. (4) thick, toufch tread ..... -----We -want to sKow you a cross section of this tire. And we -want to serve yon. in all the thinj,s.;tb.at..'p«yrtain to motoring. Come ond see iu . . . . . . . i" Wells-Mills Motor Car Co. Emphatically Assess Worn Out, Lagging Me^ Cait Quickly Become Vigorous and Full of Ambition 7 A DAY FOR 7DAYS '\ . Don't blame the man who is perpet- aally Wr*d; hJ» blood- needs more rea oorpuacl«« and his brain and norvee ar* craviaff-lor food. · Given the HEht Itlna- ol medicine, ' tir««-out. Inactive, , let- kjw c»D quickly be made into a real ttvft, aaers-etic a»d avoa am.bltious maa. ' . ' . . ; . " . . , , ' . - Bo «ar» .» Btudent. .ot-thb ' nervous ·ystem who aitvJae., all men and women T?DO x««l ,-worji out and who flad it..,b»rii to get.,up ambition ·nough tO'Wte.fc-raFular-Job to jref-a pookae«:of Bio t reren;- at' any/drutfisist. This i r » A the new discovery ,'thm.t pharroJMsiats ar« recommending b«- e«uM It us not expensive and sp«edny puts vlgror and ambition' Jnto..p»bjl» wJ'o- deapaJred. of ever araountlnff 'to anrtHng'in life. - . " . People.- whoa« "nerves have b««n wrecke4 by too rapid living, too mtch tobacco or alcohol, have regrafned thtt^ pld-tlrae conndenc* and enerrf in lav than two -weeks. - ;' · No. matter from what'-cause your norvee went back on you; no matter how tun down, nervous -or Ured out you are, got an original-package ot Blo-feren nt once. Take';iis'o Ublet« .fitter. each meal .and one- before bedtime -- seven a day for seven .d»y» -e" fter _tben -one" after each all «ro cone. Then If you still la«* junbltion; 11 your-nerves are riot ite-aftr and you Bayen't the energy tbxt ^4-bloodeti, cUaae money will be ·. Jf*t«5 t»' PJtT*fclsUJI! '· TXkAT4 i if DO f ocret about-the formmli, of BEo-feren n*lM printed on every paekag*.' Hen t U:.: Lecithin; Caleluin lyeero PhOBpbate; Iron Peptonat*; ~ · poaMcv: Tour pur« be rl*4tr r«turn«C

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