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1 THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920. IHt UODEIN b 1 AND ARD-EXAMINER n
1 LEGAL NOTICES
I. (Continued from Preceding Page)
W rod, thenre Eaat 80 rode these South 4
m r d .'hence Kast 360 roda , tberiee S r i 1
I fdl: theore Eaat 40 rod, theor South 24
I rods, thence Fast 1 ftV) rod. thence South 4
j! rod: (hence Et 80 rod to the place of be
I At aald election there ahall b elected thre
I dJrectora of and for the laid district, to h '
I aeh office for the term prrirrlbed hj" law
I one from each of the aid thre dirision
Ukf-MOf, hy th lard rniri of the whole dis
I trlrt, and the following; named rompeten
persona, each helnc 'he owner of landa with
m th respartiv divisions of th aid Irri
cation diatrict for which be ia named, am
I 10 which watr haa been allotted by the aak
order determining, listing; and platting uU
I land, will be roted on at the (aid Iee
I n for direetora of tb aid dutrict, to
I wit :
I Division Vo. 1 J I, RohoD of Tlain
I iiT Weber conntr. Ctab . R T Rhe o!
Pleaaant VUw. Weber county, T(ah
Division .Vo 2 Jam R Beu of Hooper.
I Weber county, t'tah, T. R. Jones of Kaney
I nlle, Weber county, t'tah.
I Divlalon No. 8 D D McKay of Hunla
I rille, Weber county t'tah U B Sialltnc
I of Eden, Weber county, t'tah.
I The ballot to be utd at aaid tction (hall
I be in itibstantially the foil -.fine form
I OFFICIAL BALLOT
I WEBFR CODSTT IRRIGATION DISTRICT
I 9 Flection Anfjuit 10. 1920.
I l Qnftion Submitted
I W Shall th lands dr' I rm i n d. Hated with
I water allotmnt and plattd by th Board
' :r.! i i.mmiaaionera of Wr-br iount,
I 1'tah, pursuant to the petition of th Hon-
rab'.a gimon Rambcrrer. (iorernor of the
I Mte of I'tah. and all application for the
I fluioo of land therefrom and the inelu
I ion of land therein. be nrjanued Into an
I IrHgmHon district under the lawa of th S's'e
I v( Itahf
I Irrigation Ditrirt . . . Tea
I Name Acre Feet
I Irrigation District V
I Name Acre Feet
I Vote for three director one only from
I each division:
I Division No. 1
' L Rot-.-on I I ArreFee!
R. T Rheea I Acre Fet
I j Acre Feet
m Division No. 2 I
-r, I ! ' .Acre Frf
T R Jon i Acre Peel
...... ..... Aero ETm1
V I 1 D. M' Knv I i ... Acre Fc!
KjaA H R. Sttlllnffs I .. Acre Feet
. 1-4 Acr 1 ' '
III Thi( at aaid election each elector shall be
'--V enut'ed to cat one vote for each er foot
' of lvner or fraction thereof, allotted to the
II Itl) 1 owned b ouch elector, a shown by tho
Mr laid ordor ot,d list ..I it said Board ol
'm- l ounty Commieionr, and hall atrn the bal- ,
m'; lot and indicate alone with In, her or tt
jmf nam the number of acre feet allotted to ih ,
W9 ; i lnd owued hy the elector casting the (.aid
Rf :JA ballot Each land owner may vote lor thr. e,
4 ,' re,-t"r on for -a-li division, end ahall !o
Jk oi-a:e hie u.t by placiug h marginal CTOSI
. r. ,n th halb.t for or ogainat mo qumimr
mbmitttd or name vot?d upon nnn opposlti
A At aai1 rle.tjon all person shall be en
titled 'o roto who ar lami ownero of icn
Mm rultural );ind tu which water ha been ai
jff. 1 , , i r rl within the said irrigation district, ani
9JtM rorporations owning lands within the said d
l i ahull b conaidored peraoni with n lh
,lkJH meaning of this aection Land owner no"
JjSI residing within the district ahall be entitled
BBJ to roto only in lb division of such dlslrlci
HBBB wherein their lands, or the major portlms
KPH thereof, or located, and each land ownr-
FPJl hall bo entitled to cast one vot for each
flPB aero foot of water, or fraction thereof al
DOMR lotted to the land owned by Ittoh elector as
ImPJbJ khown by the said order of the said Board
tCRJM of County Commissioner listing and platting
Mcl raid landa and ahall sign the ballot and In
oicate along with bit her or ita nnui" ;n
JtSkA i.cml.er ! sc" : allotted to tht land
PVV owned by the elcetor coating the (aid ballot
IS I liuardlan. executors and administrator of
flBJ I estate, who have been duly appointed il
R9HI Kiich under the lawb of the (late, and wno
tWKL 1 a f jch guardian, executor or administrator
'wjtI ' entitled to th poravaaion of the land
WkJm belonging to tba eatate which he rcpreient
may on behalf of hi ward or the ctat
rt.J which he repreent, upon being auTboriieil'
jfTJ by the proper court, vote at such election.
'yi- VI The polling placoa for aaid election and
, A for ea-rh of the (aid difidoni v ill b located
within the aaid respective division, as Wi-
ZaH Iowa .
Dlviion Ko. 1 at Public School IIoue.
P J1 lirr Wrt.i. Ufber lounty, L'tah
WJfl Division No 2 at Public School House,
u Kanesville, Wehr County, I 'tnh
M Division No. 3 at Public School House,
' KflW Eden, WbT County I'tah.
1 VS Each division of said district will con
-i UJ ttitut an electicn precinct for said election
I and the following nam-d competent persons
-Hj will set a( judge of the aaid election for th-
JSI respective divisional uameil. and one of the
I'lBI judges of each division will act as clerk of
'-(H the eleetiou of such respective division, to
wit: t 'JkY- Division No. 1 W. N RurWer of North
-jePk OgUen. Weber County, Utah, M D Harris
V-CS of Harrisville. Weber County, Utah: C. E.
rti;a Palmer of Plain City. Weber County. I'tah.
' - ;.53 Division tfo. 2 Joseph II Belnap ol Wll"
l-SS son, Webor County, L'tah; J. D Hooper of
. rlf Hooper. Wobtr County. Utah, Henry Pon
l' j man of West U eber. Weber County. Utah,
ivi Division No. 3 Jesae il. Wllber of Fden
Weber County, Utah . David Chard of Liberty,
i5 Weber County, Utah. Lewis Waugsgurd of
V -SK iinntsville. Weber County. Utah.
UmI P0''8 'or ,u said election will be
' ' j opened at the boor of (even o'clock A. M and
jjt ! lema'.n open until the hour of seven o'rlock
K P. M of th said day when they shall be
l Dated at Ogden City Weber County, Utah.
mi. '.J this 25th dav of June A D. 1020.
V M P BROWN.
Chairrean, Board of County Couiniaaioners,
'si Weber Count-. Utah.
Attest: Walter N. Farr, Olort
i DESERTED, SHE
May Sullivan Tells Salt Lake
Police Pitiful Story of
MmM Claiming that her husband desert-
sV&B ed her In Ogddl as "h was about
V'JBJ to boconio a mother, May Sullivan, 2 5
r ir ot age. Is In a critical condition
tjftq lr the county hospital in Salt Lake,
as a result of an attempt at suicide,
A In the White House hotel Tho girl.1
who went to Salt Lake a few days'
Eft a8( In search of her husband who1
-fc' dlHapprared here told the officers a'
ji jdtlful itory and said she lost all
rllyJ desire to live after her husband had
abandoned her and left her to her I
imF own resources In her present condl-J
tlKH She swnllowed poison. She was
jlnB where firei alo was jrlven. Little hope
, Ip-jf 's held out for her recovery. When
'Brj asked by the police why she attempt-
' Bj ed to take her life she mutely ex-,
IIIBsm hlblted 2r rents, tntimatlne that was
, all the money that the man who Is
I alleged to have deserted her had left1
I her before leaving.
I The police say the case is one of
i he most pltful that has ever come to
I nn .
II Workman Fined $50
I for Liquor Offense
Sam Underwood, arrested last nljht '
for drunkenness, pleaded gulltv before
Judge L. R. Roberts of the cits court
this morning and was sentenced to
$50 or 50 days. He said he had become
Inebriated because of overindulgence
In Wyoming whiskey, which he pro
cured while working at Rawlins Intt
Week. Beeause It was his first offense
Underwood received the minimum
A STAN DS ALONE,
NEW YORK. When Babe Ruth
I'll first started his long-distance batting
I he was frequently compared to An-
eon. Lelehanty and other stars of
s I yesterday. Ho now stands alone.
Ogden Commission Inquires as
to How City's Funds Are
Following arrival this morning of
the startling new nf ih nppmprlntlnn
, lof more than $10,000 by Mayor E A.
' Bock of Sail Iake during his term ap
Icity auditor. Mayor Frank Francis and
'members of the city commission or
I dered an investigation to determine
(whether or not Ogden oily funds are
properly protected. 'Cily Auditor Ar
thur F. Larson v as called into confer
'Dee and declared that under the sys
jtem used here no such discrepancies
(could exist without discovery.
It is scarcely possible that similar
methods could b used here as taken
advantage of by Mayor Bock." Mr. Lar
ison said, 'for from what I have learned
the shortage evidently occurred
through the handlinc of delinquent tax
warrants. But here all warrants pass
through the hands of the city recorder I
and finally conic buck to the treas-
"There Is, however, a weakness in
thr general manner of handling special
lax account.-, due to the tact that the
tax payments extend over a period of
ten years and Ofti n a discovery of
Shortage might not come for years,
when people might come in to have
warrants or deeds cleared up "
"Some method should be devised to
overcome this sstem and have more
efficient check on the special tax
Mayor Francis declared thai he con
sidered if extremely regretful that a
man with such a promising future
should have blighted his life by such
"My greatest sympathy goes out to
his wife and children who will be
forced to bear the largest share of the
humiliation." said Mayor Francis
"Personally I bad formed a very higli
opinion of Mayor Bock and I looked
upon him as one of the finest public
officers in Utah.''
Plain City's Pageant
Features Pioneer Day
Presentation of a pageant. "The
Birth and the Growth of Mormon
Ism," iy the Prlmarj asaoofatlpn will
open the celebration of 1'loneer Day,
July 24. it Plan City. Eight differ
ent features will be presented In the
pageant together with a prologue.
The program for the event follows:
Growth and development,
i Organisation of 'h church.
Episode on the plains.
This Is the place.
Children's dances of today.
The pageant will be followed In the
afternoon b s baseball game between
Plain City and Eden teams.
The valute will be given by Francis
Divorce Decree in
Bowman Case Changed
Modification of the divorce decree
' granted Susanna bowman against
James Bowman Is made in an order
issued today by Judge A E. Pratt.
The decree, granted July 12, 19 ly.
ordered the defendant to pa $S0 a
month for maintenance of Mr3. Bow
man and three children. It is alleged
that Mr Bowman haa only paid $t5
since the decree whs awarded and
there is J53" now due
The order states that since the de
cree, to of the children have died
and for this reason the amount will
be decreased from $50 a month to J3U.
Judge Pratt. In granting the modi
fied decree, held Mr. Bowman in con
tempt of court for failure to follow
orders of tho court, but suspended
penalty. He has ordered that the
back alimony be r,a'd at the rate of
$50 a month and that hereafter Mr.
Bowman be prompt In his payment uf!
$30 each thirty days
WiU Kike 200 Miles
in Yellowstone Park
Donald Gates, first class scout of
troop 39 of Salt Lake will be one of
the Salt Lake Scouts to make the
Yellowstone National Tark trip with
the local scouts according to in
formation given out today by Scout
Executive G. A. Goafes. Other Salt
Lake scouts ate expected to make
tho trip it is stated.
The large truck carrying equipment
for the local Scouts will depart from
this city during the first part of the
coming week. The entire scout
part;, made up of more than 75 scouts
and officials will depart from Ogden
July 29 for a two weeks' outing.
One of the features of the online
Will be the hiking outlined for the
boys In the two weeks In which they j
will inspect tho glories of the park!
they will hike more than 200 miles, i
1 it is said. A final inspection of the i
scouts enrolled for tho trip will be1
held July 2S in City Hall park.
Trespasser in Yards !
Pays City S5 Fine
Mark Jones, a transient, arrestej i
yesterday by Watchman Shoemaker at
the depot grounds, appeared before I
the city court this morning on acharge
of trespassing lltf pleaded guilty but
stated he had not seen warning signs
and that the first Intimation he re-'
celved that he was not observing the
law, was his arrcut.
Judge D R Roberts sentenced the
man to $f or 5 days.
B1 n ER M EGGS
CHICAGO. July 22. Butler, lower.
EggB, higher, receipts, 12,376 cases
firsts. 43 Vb fij'-H 4c; ordinary flrstsi A')
642c: at mark, cases included. 42
43Hc; storage extras. 46c. storatre
firsts. 463 4Hc.
Poultry, alive, lower; fowls, 30c
broilers, 40 46c
ON IN BELFAST
Police Fire on Mill Workers;
i Business District of City
Is Being Patrolled
BELFAST. July 22. Rioting was
renewed In the Falls area of West
Belfast during tbe mill dinner hour to
dav. The postoffice was wrecked and
tho police fired on the rioters. In the
meleo a soldier and several civilians
w ere wounded.
The :ity district of Belfast this
morning: was 'julet after a night of
sanguinary fixhnnK between sum Fein
and unionist mobs, but the situation
was tense and the military with arm
ed cars wei patrolling the affected
areas. Rain was falling and it was
hopc'l this Wpuld prove a deterrent
to further rioting.
Casualties thus far recorded are
two nun and one woman killed audi
twenty persons treated at IiompHhIsJ
for serious Kunshot wounds. Many'
wounded did not report to hospitals
Flftv-four arrests were made
$400,000 DAMAGE DONE
The primary cause of the trouble'
is believed to be the recent murder of.
Colonel Smyth in Cork, as many men
employed ai Belfast come from Baln-j
l'ridg-. Smyth s nativo town.
This morning the workers returned
to the shipyards as though nothing
had happened although the trouble
v,as started In the yards yesterrl af
ter a number of Sinn Fein employes
had been attacked The authorities
believe they have the sltuution In
Unofficial estimate places the prop
erty damage and looting done by the
mob at loo. 000 pounds.
i l5l.Kl's PlvACE OFFER.
DL'BLdX, July 21, Inquiry concern
ing the report that the Sinn Fein and
the Brltb-h governmctn are prepared j
the British government are prepared I
of the Irish question, disclosed today
that an eminent ecclesiastic with Im
portant Sinn Fein connections inform-!
ed friends that he had received a com-j
munlcMtlon, with credentials which,
satisfied him that It had emanated I
from the cabinet. This he had sub
mitted to Annur umilin, toumier or
the Sinn Fein organisation
Many attempts, it is asserted, had
been made previously to sound the
Sinn Fein on the possibility of a
compromise, and there appeurs to be
no reason to suppose that this will
be more fruitful than the others. The
Sinn Fclnors declare that they will not
Religion Classes to
; Tackle Three Problems
Three problems are to lie solved
during this BUmmer by officers of the
North Weber Stake religion classes
according to Superintendent Joseph
Grue The problems were presented
to the members of the organization
last Sunday by John Henry Eans of
the general board
The three problems are: First, to
ascertain how many children an- l -Ing
In the respective wards of relig
ion class age.
Second, to separate these into two'
groups, one group to consist of those,
children who are availing themsehes'
of opportunities extended through the!
religion class organization, the sec
ond group to consist of those who.'
through neglect, are missing the nd-'
vantages that should bo theirs. This
Is the class to receive serious atten
tion. fhlrd To study out how to Eel the)
'indifferent class interested It Is ex-;
peeled that constantly talking upon
the subject the problem will be "solved,
j S Jp- rintendent Grue says ih-it his!
organization Is prepared to tacklo iho!
I work of solving the problem and is
optimistic regarding the results.
Rotarians Hear Plans
of Community Service
The monthly night meeting of the !
Ogden Rotary club was held at the
Ogden country club lust night. Ralph
E. Bristol, recently elected governor
Of the Twentieth district of Rotar
lans which includes the states of I
Utah, Idaho and Montana was the j
principal speaker Mr. Bristol void
th members present of his recent
trip to the national convention of i
Rotarians held at Atlantic City, N. J.
H W. Anbury, community eervlco
leader, in charge of that work in
Ogden, outlined plans for Ogden to
the club The plans were discussed I
nnd the entire program outlined,
athletics, dancing, singing, debating'
dramatics and every phase were dis- j
Mayor Frank Francis gave a short
Commissioner Chris Flygare and
City Engineer Joe Tracy "were also
present as guests.
CHICAGO, July 82. Potatoes,
,"ak .rneplpt5 Sfi crir- Virginia rDb
blera, I9.0075; Missouri and Kan
aas early Ohlos, 4.764.90- Ken
Porcupine fishes which have long
movable barbs are found chleflv In
FATE OF CANYON I
PAVING IN DOUBT
If Cost Runs Above $40,000 a
Mile Government Will With
hether or not the Ogden canvpn
road will be paved this year or will
continue to be a highway avoided by
motorists who have regard for the con
dition of their machines, will depend
upon the bids submitted next Tuesday
when the biddinc opens in Salt Lake,
according to an announcement made
this morning by Ketuben Simpson, dis
trict engineer of tbe state road com
mission If the bids are below $10,000
a mile, chances are good that the
work will be done this summer. Mr.
Simpson said, but if the bids go over
this amount federal aid will be with ,
drawn and tho project will probably be i
abandoned for 1920 at least.
Indications, however, are fair that
the bids will come below the maximum
amount as the estimate is around the!
$38,000 mark If the work costs more j
than $40,000 a mile the government i
will not participate In the building and!
will withdraw the proffered $20,000 a I
mile which Is now available, H was I
The new pavinc will begin at the I
mouth of the canyon and will end at
the crossroads below Huntsi!le, a diy ;
tance of seven and three-tenths miles
1 is estimated that ihf work can be
completed within three months' time
If the contractors can get into action
within the next thirtv days.
U I U I S.I U 5 I I IILIIL
Los Angeles Flyer Who Started
Early Today, Hopes to Ar
Aviator Frank Clarke departed from
Los Angeles early today en route to
; '"'gden on a non-sto-- thght. which if
'accomplished Will go dov." n in western
i luatory as a record breaker for air
cruisers. Clarke is scheduled to land
at the Utah Hot Springs landing field
this afternoon, if trouble falls to ma
lure, and is expected to cover the dls
; lance In about nine hours.
C. O. Prcst. aviator. toda received
a wire from H Mullen of Los Vegas
stating that Clarke reached that city
In three hours and ten mlnuii-s after
his departing hour from Los Angeles.
Los Vegas Is 33 4 nille from lws An
geles, the flyer avernglng better than
lOo miles an hour from the coast to
the Nevada city. He was reported to
be flylns about S.000 feet high whon
he passed over the ity.
At Salduro, Clarke will fly directly
over the Great Sail I;ike thus cutting
off between SO and 100 miles of the
trip made via Salt Lake. Clarke will
be featured ;t Oil Lagoon r.icc track
In wing walking and other air stunts
Ogden Express Agent
Gets Coast Position
Fred McXutt. general agent for the
American Railway Express company
ot Ogden has departed for San Fran
cisco where he will have direct charge
of all scales of the company In the
western territor The position is a
new one created by the company
A. L. lullon of Sacramento h.tB ar
rled here from the Aast to succeed
Mr McNutt. He has assumed charce
of the local offices
Eastern Tourists Will
Eat Hermitage Dinner
Sixty-five tourists en route to
Yellowstone will Journey to the Her
mitage in Ogden canyon on arrhal
here today from the east where they
will bo served a chicken and trout
dinner. The party is scheduled to
depart for the national wonderland
Monda alternoon a party of 136
tourists from Chicago and othr
eastern points will be entertained
at the Hermitage Thus far this
season the Hermitage has entertained
more than 4000 tourists, it is said.
The party due here Monday Is also
scheduled to tour tho park
Will remain open till 8 o'clock Fri
day evening. July 23rd. and close at
12 o clock noon. Saturday July 24(h
W M. PIGGOTT,
368 Twenty-fifth St
make great savings now at
LATEST STYLES FOR MEN'S ENQLISH
Oxford-, pumps and slippers 11 wuld be hard to duplicate
black and brown. Our complete tn5e value- anywhere for $12.
stock of highest grade summer 0f highest quality, in the popu-
footwear, values to $11, going at 1;ir and fashionable Enciifh cut,
$6 35 they are real bargains at $8 65
Expert shoe repairing Using
Higb and low heel oxfords, .....
pumps and slippers These como only the be5t leathers obtain-
In black patent and kid. brown able prompt service all work
kid and white canas Worth up guaranteed
to 9 Specially pried at $ I So.
Ibr Good Shoe4
2356 Washington Avenue Ogden
WANDERER, THE 'OTHER WOMAN,'
AND LOVE NOTES HE WROTE HER
CHICAGO Police investigating the romances of Lieutenant
Carl Wanderer, war-bride murderer, have come upon this photo
graph of Wanderer and Miss Julia Schmitt, 16-year-old typist, made
at Riverview Park. The letter below waa written by Wanderer to
Miss Schmitt. She says he courted her claiming to be u single man.
The wife he killed was to have been a mother soon
ALL MONEY NECESSARY
READY FOR WHEAT MEN
i KANSAS CITY. MO.. July 22 Any
amount necessary to move th wheat
crop of the southwest will be ex
tended by the federal reserve system,
J Z Miller, governor of the tenth
federal reserve bank, aaid today.
j DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU
That Cohen is offering exceptional bargains for men and young men in clothing, fur- i
nishings and shoes for Friday so that every man in Ogden and vicinity may be dressed
up for Pioneer day? Come in and be convinced. Bargains for everyone.
Special sale of Panamas, $5.00 to $7.00, for $2.95 j
LOOK FOR D rTffcHTlVT B2l5tlT
THE SIGN D IVOllill STREET
increase weight i
Nothing Llk- Plain Bltro-Phoaphate to I
Put on Firm. Healthy Fleah and I
to Increase Strength Vigor
nnd Nerve Force
Th nverase peraon Is bearlnnlnr to
realize more and more that the lack of 1
physical trenrth and norve exhaustion r
(frequently evidenced by -xreive thin
news) arc the direct rauae not only of th. !
failure to succeed In life's struggle for the
necussltlfs of existence, hut aJ.o for th1
; handicap In one's aoclal aspirations Com- kH
part thf thirv, .xlckly. angular frame with i
th.- well rounder! form which l. usunllv ax- I
: i Dm pan led hy the bloom of health anil at- mt
At the jaifrf' in
raunded figure u most admired.
That millions of people are conscious of LH
j thH handicap la evident from the. con-
tinned appjnra.nce In newspapers and H
moAShiM "f many suavestlom proposing ,H
various remedies In fool or merticlnr or H
exercises, either of which might or might
not be appropriate for a given purpose
Authorities, however, agree that healthv
nerve tisane is ohsohitcly essential to a
strong, robust body and mind Weak
nerves, while Indicated bv a multitude br
! different symptoms, more Immediately
;anrl generally result In lack of energy,
sleeplessness, irrltahittty. dopresion etc, H
I which t-omiltiona grndiinlly consume the,
healthy fleah, leaving ugly hollows, a fx t
chest bony neck and scrawny arms and
j Our bodies need more phosphate than
most of them frc able to extract from the
! foods we eat nowadays, and many opln
1 Ioiir affirm thnt then II nothing which
may be taken Into the human aystern that
so effectively supplies this deficiency as
j the pure organic phosphate known sji
1 bltro phosphate- and told by pood druggists
ino easeniir.i pnobpnnrie icoa oiemcnn fpH
I In bltro phosphate assimilated by tho nerve.
cells should soon produce a pleasinc:
I change In nerv enrgv nnd hence in
creased vitality and strength With the.
burdens of nervousness, sleeplessness.
luck of energy, etc., lilted, normal weight
with Its attractive fullness and ruddy
glov of health replaces tho former picture
oi skin utx'I bones.
CAUTION While Bltro Phosphate la
unsurprised for the relief of nervousness.
general debility, etc.. those taking It who
do not desire- to put on flesh should USO
extra care In avoiding fet-pro luoinx foods.
CAUSE INDIGESTION I
Crente Gas. Sourness and Pain
How to Treat
Medical Mithorliles state that nearly
nine tenths of the canes of stomach trou
ble Indigestion, sourness, burning, gas.
bloating, nausea, etc . sic due to nn ex
ccs of hydrochloric acid In the rtomach
and not as some believe to a lack of Oi
Kestlve Juices. The dedicate stomach lln
Ing Is irritated, digestion is delayed and
food sours, causing th disagreeable
symptoms which every stomach sufferer
Artificial dlgeatenta are not needed in
auch cases and may do real harm. Try
laying aside all digestion aids and Instead
get from any druggist a few ounces of
Dlsurated Magnesia and take a teaspoon
fnl In a nun iter glfss of water right after
eating. Thin sweetens th- stomach, pro
vents the formation of excess acid and H
there is no BOUrneM, gns or pain. 131?
hi a d Magnesia (In powder or tablet
form never liquid or milk) Is harm?s to H
the stomach. Inexpensive to take and is
the most efficient fem of magnesia fi.r
stomach purposes It Is used by hoi
Kincla of peopl ? who enjoy their me.ils 1
with no more fe-ar of Indigestion. Al -,r- 1
Ruins the Hair
Girlslf you want plenty of thick.
beau ful. glossy, silky hair, do by all
means get rid of dandruff, for it will
starve your hair and ruin It it you
It doc-yn'l do much good to try to
brush or wash it out. The only eure
way to get rid of dandruff is to dis- mM
solve it. then you destroy it entirely M
To do this, get about four ounces of or-
dinary liquid arvon; apply it nt night
when retiring, use enough to moisten
the scalp and rub it in gently w ith the
By morning, most if not all. of youf
dandruff will be gone, and three of
'four more applications will completely
j dissolve and entirely destroy every sii
gle sign and trace of it mM
You will find. too. that all itching
and digging of the scalp will stop, anc"
I your hair will look and led a hundred
times better You can get liquid ar-
von at any drug store It Is inexpen-
Blve and four ounces is all you wlH
. n'f'd. no m.ttter how much dandruff
vou have. This simple remedy never
A f BEAR OIL
lH AN INDIAN'S SECRET
ILU& On of Iho pcttnt icrnvllsnu of
Bt3BS KotalliB -fnr lha hair ! ftDulne brer
rJW oil. Tlic.- are oOltr acu lntrdiot
rflr not found In any other hair prpra
CuJm Ucc Koialko lias succJJ In mDf
.-oi -i or baldnsu. falling hair and
dandruff when eTorr olher hslr loilon or treat
raent has p roted faille. $J00 fluarantss Aist
Inf results In cases considtreU h0le. You
n ". rt MM a bald Indian I
t.y becoms or rerjaln bald tf toq can crow
hslr? If oil.ers bs obtained, a rest growth or
hsto conquered dsndruS. or itoppe.1 fslllnf hair
throuch Kolslko. vy enev not irtut Get a box
of K0TALK0 at any buiy drut iters: or send 10
eenta sllrer or sump, for DSOCnX'U wl-jj
I'ROOF BOX of Koulko to
J. H. Brittain, Inc., Station F, New York, K Y
jirNot A Blemlsh"l
(n&SZ&rQmwh. mexs the p e r f e c t
lUt appearance of her com -
Wr- -jf plexion. Permanent
l ivVcl i n nd temporary skin
Vly. II troubles are effectively
jff concealed. Reduces !
natural color and corrects
By greasy skins- Highly antiseptic,
-jjy 1 used with benefidil results as
W) I a curative agent for 70 years. I
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