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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

I I I ti i I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 I i I READ FOR PROFIT Herald Want Ads Republican Sc a i Line USE FOR RESULTS I FOR SALE FOR SALE EXECUTORS SALE OF BLOODED SHEEP Bids wlll be received up to Tuesday the 12th Inst at 3 p m for the thorough bred sheep of the late A It C Smith consisting of about 5Qoj rams and 1000 ewes Address Halverson Pratt 010 den Utah attorneys for executors FOR SALECheap a good 4chalr barber shop doing tine business good lease low rent and centrallY located a fine bargain to anyone wishing to step right Into business quick sale owner must leave soon 75 West 1st South FOR SALEOne coin operating piano spring motor can be used anywhere In absolutely perfect condition muss sell 71 Regular price 650 Our price 2z0 17 West South Temple entrance through front FOR SALEA real snap good res taurant Ideal location doing good business long lease price 400 UOO down balance like rent Inquire Em pire lmployment agency basement No 3 W 2m Sout...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

iiI i I 10 S THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 i GREEK FEUD TOLD IN MURDER TRIAL Brother of Man Killed Says the Quarrel Was Begun in Old Country INTERPRETERS DISAGREE ACCUSE EACH OTHER OF GARB LING QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Mtkf Gells brotht ot Peter Gctls who was killed at Blngbam Dec 23 was the ntar witness for the state yesterday against Peter Kothlaftls charged with murder Quarrels which dated back to das h Greece were IecrIbed Getls told through the medium of an Interpreter Charles Soter of sleeping with his broth H In their hut of the brother getting up carly m the mornln when he hoard someone outside and ot the fatal shoot ing In court yesterday there was much con tentiOn betwten Sotlr end Ernest Pap pas interpreters which ended In making Ser Interpretlr for the state and Pap paR for the defln VitI one always checking the other the most careful an swers were read Into the record When GEtls was turned over to tie de ffnsp or crosspxamlnatlon Attorney Samue...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 11 I m t ASK GOVERNOR TO 4 SEND HIS SHIRT Ii Bright Idea Strikes Virginia Laundry Where Convention Is to Be Held This Is the story of a shirt a Yesterday a harmlnss looking letter came with the others in the regular mail J of Governor Wllllam Spry About seven out of every ten letters to the governor are requests for somethinga mans life It n boys good name a job or one of the many things within the power of the gov rnor But all this request wasfor It contained a requesta shirt It came from the Royal laundry of Richmond Ya and ran In this wIse Th National Association of Laundry men of America will be held In Rich mond Va October 1910 It Is our de i Sire to give them a most Interesting ex Ublt and the shirts of the public and pnmlnent men of the day will form a most Interesting group In order to make I the exhibit complete we most respect fully ask of you to express to us C O D for Its full value a shirt actually having leen...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

F c 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 J i Mines and Mining Stocks HARRIS IS AFTER ANOTHER BONANZA Man Who Brought Florence Tries Luck in Bannock District Ray D Harris former Sail Lake newspaper paper man who brought In tho famous Florence lease In Seven Troughs district has taken a lease on a block of the Iron Canyon Gold Mining ompanys ground In Bannock district The Harris lease 15 i only a short dis tance south of the Iron Canyon companys main workings from which In doing de velopment work It has taken several car loads of are which has been marketed at a Salt Lake amltcr bringing close to 70 a ton lbe leased block Is on the same vein as Uk company workings and sev eral opening on the Harris ground show are of commercial grade Harris confi dently expects to be taking out are In shipping quantities within a very short time for the pay stuff Is continuous al most from the surface down wherever the vein has betn opened The Iron Canyon property Is about thr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

< n < > r = 0 F3I r < yr < = 1 B < I > HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 13 I Financial and Commercial N I SOME STOCKS WEAK ND SOME STRONG In Great Measure However theWhole List Was Slow and Heavy SPECULATION IN COTTON SOME ANXIETY AS TO THE RE SULT IN WALL STREET New York Nov 4Todays stock mar ket was a toslded affair In that some stocks were weak and some were strong The great body ot securities however was Inert and the price movement was listless Points of strength were scattered widely through a miscellaneous list of specialties some of them decidedly ob scure Railroad stocks generally and some high priced Industrials were inclined to be heavy This was true ot United States Steel 117 the early part of the day as well as of Amalgamated Copper and the railroad equipment stocks The operations that made stocks strong from time to time were greatly concen trated In their execution and apparently In their origin The fall ot 2 points In New...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

ro < I > W = < f r = r YYt > Iv la THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 J t j4 r = j = 4 r wy C jifyfwCi4S1 y yfwCi4S1 MyMWyyya 1viN f KYt s 5 l t 1 I > 9 I y + wy1 w s TRAG00 u Mulletts Clothing Store Four Big Specials for I Today and Tomorrow OUR LADIES FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT 500 Dolly Dimple Throw Scarfs the newest creation for the ladies 100 a throw OUR CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT 500 Boys Sweater Coats 100 values at 45c each I MEN FURNISHING GOODS DEPT 1000 Mens Sweater Coats regular price 150 at 80c each 25 dozen Outing Flannel Night Shirtsthey are Xtra good valuesat 95c each 1 See Show Windows f Visit our subway basement salesroomthe working men8 headquarters i Mullett Clothing Company i Half Block West From Main on Second South yPr > f ncJ 1f i YO IfIJ A DI k 4 Y Ii rt Qii t Ate N m xs t 0 1 E b r ll I t t s s r 0 i I s iL 1i 1 J 8 1 4 I i a 9 Li 3 The Watch If our geatletnans 11 openface and The OLamp 1R hunting goldtitled watch is not ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

ItE Chances to find work THE METALS Weather 14 1 9 for all who have abil Silver 50080 Today ity and inclinationare Copper cath 129160 utM Zlnd Pages Lead 100 lbs Wyoming afforded by the want ads per 440 Cloudy InterMountain Vol 16 No 86 RepubUc SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 6 1909 Price 5 Cents The Salt Lake Herald Vol 157 No6 DOLLY DIMPLES IS CAPTURED AT I LAST WOMAN GETS BIG REWARD MONEY TO BE f PAID TONIGHr Miss Dimples and Her Captor Will Appear at the Colonial Theatre Tonight to Pay and Receive the Reward SALT LAKE CITIZENS TO GET A LOOK AT BOTH S Dolly Passes Strenuous Day but Is Captured at Last Ac cording to the Rules of the Contest as Published DEEP INTEREST EXCITED Dolly Dimples has been caught After twelve strenuous days of constant pursuit with a ma jority of the population of Salt Lake armed with copies of The HeraldRepublican hot on her dainty heels every mo ment of the day and night the elusive young woman was cap tured last night at 815 oclock on State street betw...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

I 2 THE HERALDEPUBLJCN sALT LAKE CITY UTAH I SATURDAY NOV6 1909 PIONEER BALL IS A GREAT SUCCESS The Genealogical Society Holds a Pleasant Affair in So cial Hall OLD COSTUMES ARE SEEN YOUNG AND AGED ENJOY EVEN ING AND DISPLAY RELICS Clad In quaint costumes of sixty yearlJ ago and enjoying the social affair with t1e zest of their younger das a party of former residents of Nauvoo were guests of honor last night at a ball given by the historical division of the Genealoo Rical society of Utah at Social hall There were present four who were born in Nauvoo nineteen who lived there durIng the time that the Illlnois city Wl5 th Zion of the Mormon church and eIghty one children of Nauvoo pioneers with grandchildren and relatives to the num ber of at least 500 Nearly onehalf of the guests were In costumes reminiscent of earlier days There were hoop skirts and bustles quaint shoulder sawIs and bonnets and jewelry and hair ornaments of two centu rIes ago bedeced many ol the matrons Bright eyes f...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 6 1909 a L I HAPPENINGS IN UTAH TOWNS I fr Ogden News Offlce410 Twenty flfth street Circulation Department 35S Twenty fIfth Street WANTS 5250 DAMAGES fOR INJURIES IN fALL Plaintiff Avers He Hurt Himself Permanently and Is Unable to Work SpecIal to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov SThe National Bank of Commerce has tiled suit In the distrIct court against A M Van der Viles and nineteen others to recover 116809 and I 100i5 alleged to be due upon a now which was glen to McLaughlin Brothers for the purchase ot stallions by the de fendants Enor Soule has brought suit against A E Veatherb Paul Van Komen VII lIam Doyle and Daniel J Doyle to recover damages In the sum ot 52W alleged to bc dul for Injuries sustained by falling through an excavation on Washington avenues between Twentfourth and Twenttltth streets on June 26 1009 when th defendants were havIng a store re built In the estate ot Mary McFarland Mar tin McFarland has flied a pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

I 1 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 6 1909 I THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN Tile IBerUountnIB Republican Est Feb 12 1906 The Snit Lake herald 13t June 6 1870 Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah Terms of SubllerlptlOfl DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 75 Cents one year 800 SLNDAYOne year 200 SEMI WEEKLY In advance One year L50 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former as well as present address All paprs are continued untIl expllcU order Is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case TRADES m COUNC t u CAN THE FARMS BE MADE BETTER Now The HeraldRepublican con fesses to a little timidity when It comes to rtlclslng the farmers But when a farmer himself comes In and points out some of the means by which the agri cultural sections can be made better It 1s time for this paper to lend a hand And this Is what one of th best farmers In Utah county suggest There should be a law requiring every f...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

THE HERpLD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 6 1909 B t SOCIETY JI r I TODAYS EVENTS V lira E A Wall wm entertain l o this afternoon with a matinee par v c ty at the Salt Lake theatre the 9 guest of honor being Mrs William G Owsley of Montana who Is visit J Ing at the home of Mrs A Frcd 0 4 Way M 0 o V A luncheon will be given today 0 9 by Judge and Mrs George G 4 o Armstrong complimentary to 0 1 Frederick Knight Logan a for C V mer classmate of Mrs Armstrong 0 c Mr Logan as the composer of 0 < v Ragged Robin which Is being 0 v played at the Salt Lake theatre o < A five hundred party to be given > today will be that with which Miss r o Nora Murdoch will entertaIn at e o her home in G street with Miss t 0 > < 9 Vedl Btebe n charming November i > V bride as the guest of honor J o 0 o Mrs Thomas lIarioneaux and 4 Mrs G W Snow will be the host 0 esses at a luncheon and bridge 4 < o party to be given this afternoon e < at their home In South Ninth East 0...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

I T I 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 6 1909 I WhatsWhatinSporis All I the Time HIGH SCHOOLS FIGHT FOR TITLE TODAY ITheSportingAutho L of Salt Lake I I I HIGH SCHOOLS TO STRUGGLE TODAY GraniteSaitLake OgdenAll Hallows Games Promise Great Sport ALL CERTAIN OF VICTORY I RESULTS WILL ABOUT SETTLE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP While the All Hallows college football eleven Is stru ggllng with Ogden High school this afternoon at 3 p m on Cum mings field the Salt Lake and Granite High school teams will be fighting for honors on the new Granite football field These two games mark the beginning of the second half of the Interscholastic High school championship series and Ute outcome will have much to do In de rmlnlng the winners of the pennant The Salt Lake High school still leads the race having won every game so tar that she has played Granite is second wlth only one defeat at the hands ot I the Red and Black warriors Ogden has I lost two games one to Granite the other to the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 6 1909 7 STRUCTURAL IRON 4 WORKER KILLED John V Hagan Falls From a Beam and Suffers Instant I stant Death Overtaken by the sudden fear of being in a high place which Is tlrc terror of every structural ironworker John W Hagan a structural steel worker employed on the new addition to the Z C M I building In South Temple street lost his balance on a fourth floor beam yesterday morning and fell to Instant death In the base ment four stories below Hagans head struck the edge of a concret wall as lie fell and his skull was fractured at the base ot the brain A dozen workmen witnessed the ac Ident anil turned horrorfilled eyes away as the body of Hagan struck the basement float with a sickening force A column was being swung to Hagan and he was standing with A ti Munro on a large beam when the fear of his position seemed to strike him and before he could be reached by 1Is companllon he swayed dizzily and lurched from the beam with arms o...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

T > = 7 1 t I 9 THE HERALDREPUBLCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 6 1909 WANT WATE FR POWE PURPOSES P Appropriations Are Filed With State Engineer by Three Persons > Two more applications for water for power pUrO8S the granting of which means the construction of two eIei3trlCal power plants In the state one near pwer and the other In Little Cot tonwood canyon were filed yesterday with the tate enlner H E Smith or Duluth lnn asks for 10 cubic feet per second of the flow of Sevier river In Plute conty for power purposes The application states that th app1caton d1vertin works will consist of a dam divering work w1 about sixteen fet high across Sevier river and that the diverting channel will bE 2 feet long In the power plant 7 Inch Pelon wheels will be used oprat Ing under a head of 3 fet and generat Ing a total of 15 horse power The ele pw trcal power thus generated will be use In electric lighting and propelling ma chinery In llarysvale Kimberly Rich field Milford Friso Sevi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 6 1909 9 I READ FOR PROFIT Hera1dRepubIican Want Ads Sc a i Line USE FOR RESULTS I FOR SALE FOR BALE SPECIAL Onehalt Interest In a tine cate and Inrh room Ideal location 6year lease books show last three months 1000 clear plotlt This Is a good paying business nd bears Investigation itJ bus this Dont answer unless you are Interested For particulars Inquire of the Empire Fmploymnt Agency basement No 3 W Zd So Both ptones FOR SALE EXECUTORS SALE OF BLOODED SHEEP Bids will be received up to Tuesday thE 12th Inst at 3 p m for the thorough bred sheep or the late A n C Smith consisting or about 50V rams and 10111 ewes Address Halverson Pratt Og den Utah attorneys for executors FOR SALECheap a good 4chalr barber shop doing tlhe business good lease low rent and centrallY located a fine bargaIn to anyone wishing to step right Into business quick sale owner must leave soon 76 West 1st South FOR SALE13504roooTl Elngle bungalow extra room for bat...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

I 1 10 THE HfRALDREPUBLlC SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 6 1909 OWNERS GET MANY STOLEN ARTICLES Hundreds of Dollars Worth of Loot Claimed at the Police Station JOHN WILSON CONFESSES PRISONER SAYS HE WILL PLEAD GUILTY ON SEVERAL COUNTS 44 + + + + + 44444 1 4e e4 + + + + + + CLAIMED BY VICTIMS + 4 J A Pollock robbed Oct ro 100 4 + Dr A A Kerr robbed Nov 1 5O + + J H Bailey robbed Sept 3t 00 4 + Frank Cameron robbed Sept 25 100 + + II antland robbed Oct 17 50 + + O A Steiner robbed Sept 15 150 + 4 August Rud1ne robbed Sept 350 + + lonard Rohlfing robbed ept 25 ro + E B Icks 40 + + Mrs C W Boyd 2S + + Alice Coulon 40 + + Myrtle Mcvoy 5 + + Mrs W 11 antland 5 + 4 Hulda Ran1a 75 + + MrsLAEan 1000 + 4 VALUABLES UNCLAIMED + + One Valtham watch 125 + Pearl necklace 800 + + Tw revolvers 25 + + Mans watch 3 + + Bold chIn fiG + + Stick pIns 30 4 + + + + + T + + + + + + + + t1 + + + + + + + + + While John Vllson conteod burglar on a dozen counts lay In his csll at the City jail calmly smoking ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

ii 1 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 61909 11 I IS SINGLE AGAIN I IN SIXTEEN WEEKS One of Six Divorcees Was Mar ried Only Four Months Ago 4 Iarried and given a divorce within four months Is the record or Gertrude Carter who was one of the five who received di vorces at the hand or Judge C W Morse yesterday Meanwhile Judge George G Armstrong added one divorce to the list Gertrude married William H Carter at Farmmgton on July U 1009 and within two weeKS she told Judge Morse her hus band started abusing her When cold weather came he refuse dto buy her warm clothing She received a divorce her for mEr name of Gertrude Reese and 2200 permanent alimony Julia M Webb told or desertion In May lros after she had been married eighteen years to R S Webb She received a di vorce and custody of her daughter 15 flare old Paul M Marlger said his wIfe Jennie ran away two months after they were married on July 21 19O5 and has since been lvlng 1n Salt Lake with a man named Stubeek ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

t 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 6 1909 I I Mines and Mining Stocks WHY ELYSTOCKS HAVE FIRM BASIS mportance Ore Zone in the Lime Belt Is Shown by Engineer Facts bearing upon the added pos slbllitles of great mines being opened In the Ely district by reason of dem onstrations having been made that rich ore bodies are to be found In the limo belt and that the lime overlies the porphyry are presented In a force ful way by lL U Hart well known mining engineer In a letter reproduced In the current market letter of Charles A Stonoham Co The letter was written to combat certain slighting statements concerning the lower priced I stocls of Ely made by a commercial I news writer who 18 evidently wholly Ignorant concerning mine conditions In Ely or elsewhere Ely Consolidated and Ely Central were referred to by the commercial writer as lead pencil mines with the added comment that their chIef market value lies In the fact that they are 10 cate near copper mlnev Mr Hart...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

= t ir 7 IJIV r 1 r r < < T < r r J > I ThE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURQAY NOV 6 1909 13 IL FinBncial and Commercial I SPECULATORS NOT PLAYING THE GAME Trading in Wall Street Decided ly Dull for a Number of Reasons STEEL TAKES REAR PLACE PRICES ERRATIC AND CLOSING TONE VERY WEAK New York Nov 5Steel fell Into tho background In the stock speculation to day and the volume of the whole mar ket suffered accordingly There was rome shift of speculative preference back Into the old favorites Union Pacific Southern Pacific and Reading but the market on the whole relapsed Into one of specialties and was given over to somewhat erratic movements The Penn sylvania slcuritlas Including the stock and convertible bonds showed further depreslon 8S an expression of the un favorable view taken of the offerings of new stock at par to stockholders The Bmiannual dividend of 3 per cent came oft Pennsylvania today Increasing the appearance of the depression The money market was t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 6 November 1909

f 14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 6 1909 I I I INDIGESTION GAS HEARTBURN AND HEADACHE fROM STOMACH GO I A Little Diapepsin Makes Your Outoforder Stomach Feel Fine in Five Minutes It what you just ate Is souring on your stomach or lies like a lump of lead refusing to digest or you belch Gas and Eructate sour undigested food or have n feeling of Dizziness Heartburn Full ness Nausea Bad taste In mouth and stomach headachethis Is Itdlgestlon A full case of Papes Dlapepsln costs only 50 cents and will thoroughly cure your outotorder stomach and leave sufficient about the house In case some one else In the family may suffer from stomach trouble or Indigestion Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula plainly printed on these 50cent cases then you will under stand why Dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must go and why they usually relieve sour outatorder stomachs or Indigestion in five minutes Dlapepsln Is harmle9 and tastes like candy though each dose contains power...

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