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2f STATE AND IDAHO NEWS
Litest Items oi Inferos. From Utah and Gem Stn.to
Ogdenites Honored At State
B-""- PROVO. Sept. 10. Resolutions
nd opted by the Utah SI i Federation
of L:ibor In its convention Mission here
yest&rdsy asked Increased pay and
iiiorc .-Lgrecable working hou'S for
postoffice employes, support of tl'.o
Kanhcr-Labbr party, approval of the
i congressional act providing for voca
tional rehabilitation, creation of li w
compelling health insurance; physical
examination of those handing fbod"
Muffs, removal of armed guards from
mining tamps and support of British
ni. d French workers In their opposi
tion to exportation of war munitions,
and Iroops to other countries.
Seventy delegates were In attend
ance and spirited discussions charac
terised adoption of many of the roso-'
ItirtrJina -rinn llinm t ll n I 1 11 , 1 1 1 I n C
tthe tYirmecwLubor ticket and urging
unorganized groups of farmers and la
bor, re . small business men. clerks,
tioro anil oficc QmQlvXSS to support
candidates on the tici.et. The itsolu
tloh after prolonged consideration was
adopted by a vole of 37 to 10.
V. P Evans of Denver, district rep
resentative of the federal board of vo-
:t:'.on:il education, was the.- prfneipul
il e.iker at the session. He told liie
delegates of the aims, purposes and
oljccts of the board In lis work to re
habilitate disablHl soldiers and exten
, t s'.on ot the board's activities to In
PjH cludo those Injured In Industrial pur
suits. OGDENITES EXE( I l D.
With the exception of four vice
presidents, all ofilcers of the federa
tion were re-elected as follows M
1 Bales of Salt Lake, president; W.
j. Keating of Ogden, first vie presi
dent; Cyetta Swenson of ogden, second
vice president; Janus Dorah of W.attis,
third vice president, and J. J. Bull! van
of Salt Lake, secretary-treasurer.
Newly elecled officers are us fol
lows: Raymond Peterson of Frovo,
fourth cico president; D. M- Bearnhl.--seL
Of l'rovo, fifth vice president, Jos
eph Banville of Ogden, sixth vieeprcs
iaent. and Ray Bpauldlng of ogden.
seventh vice president.
The resolution demanding increased'
pay tor postoffice employes pro!des
that the federation shall make an up
pi a 1 to congress for legislation. advanCr I
Ing salaries eltlier by a new classifi
cation of the salary schedule or by a
yearly bonus of from 300 to $500 !
b.ised on the ir -cm salary schedule.
0 IK TIME PATI
The resolution also demands over-,
time pay for postoffice workers after
tight hours, and shorter hours for
H night work, or a six-hour night shift
lit the same pay as Is now allowed
ior eight hours. A refund of wages
which, it is said, were returned by em
ployes aft'-r they had been paid for
holiday work was demanded. Return
of the WUges, the resolution said, way
exacted after employes had once been
paid under the compensatory time
IftW, which, after the payment, wafi
discovered to be erroneously worded.
The act of congress of June S, K'L'O.
promoting vocational rehabilitation of
these Injured In Industrial pursuits or
otherwise, was indorsed. The net pro
vides for aid to those Injured while
employed by others and Is based on
principles similar to that governing
those suffering military dlsabllltj Be
fore the law becomes operative in the
various states it must be ratified by
the state legislatures which must also
: gree to pay half the expenses Involv
ed in cases arising In the respective
Other resolutions demand the ap
pointment of a slate boiler inspector,
provide for the stale federation open
ing an account with the State Bank
o'. North Dakota; recommend a state
law providing for physical examina
tion! by county or cltj physicians of
l hose engaged in selling and serving
foodstuffs and the enactment oi a L.vv
i taking health Insurance compulsory
In order to eliminate prl. ale subscrip
tion and charitable contributions for
- the maintenance of the sick
i "onstltut lonal amendment No- 4,
which Is to bo submitted to Utah VOt
r i s I his e;i r. a ml u Klcjl provides
Annual Fete Featured By
Colorful Pageant and
Gov. Cox Address
BR1GHAM. Sent. 16. Brlgham
Clt) s icth animal Peach Day will go
down in history as one of the greatest
celebrations of its kind ever held In
the city. The weather was Ideal, not
too warm to be uncomfortable, and
Just enough of the ze.n of autumn to
produce llfo .ind energy in abundance.
The crowds began to arrive at
o'clock and for an hour there were
train loads coming every little while.
The automobile vvis ni-ed more gen
erously this yenr In bringing In Visi
tors and during the day there must
have been fully 2000 cars In the city.
The streets were Jammed with autos
until after the parade Then people
parked their cai I along the s.de streets
and mingled with the crowds along I
. PAR IDE si ( ESS.
The big morning feature was the pa
rade anci nothing finer has ever been
seen in this part of the state Stretch
ing over a course several blocks In
; length, the pageant moved promptly
at i" o'clock led by the Peach Day
executive committee In a decorated au
u mob.l-. Then came the Itrlgham
City Military band followed by D troop,
national gucrd. mounted, and led by
Captain J. c. Lillywhlte. After the
I soldiers came the Individual floats 11
luustratlnT growth and development of
t Brlgham City and Ux Elder county
:uid tnc Wonderful resources of fhla
Notabjti among the floats which
made a striking display might be men
Honed the I'ommerclal club contribu
tion which was a huge peach basket
brilliantly decorated ami filled with a
' bevy of beautiful young girls, the rei
''peaches" which this community pro-
I ductr, and the Itellef Society float il
lustrating the spirit of 1842 and lH'.'J.
a beautiful group In white, the center
of w hich w as Mr. Cmella I Madsc n.
one of the first Relief Society workers
In Fox Rider county
The Cash Feed V Fruit company
had a splendid display of choice fruits
and vegetables arranged In an artistic
manner on a big truck. The Jen- n
Brothers Milling & Elevator company ,
was represented with a mogniflci nt
truck loail of flour arrang d artisti
cally. Manager A. L. Stout of the
Consolidated Wagon & Machine com
pany arranged a novel float by usmc
a big plaster of parts Holsteln cow
standing In a patent stanchion and
flanked with cream separators and
Hansen Furniture ,t Music company i
vjji .vineu .1 II1U 111 llioi II I.UI-
i son talking machine which discoursed
music aloflf: the line of march The
j Stohl Furniture company had a mag
nificent drawing-room display in
which the human element was not
forgotten, for two beautiful oung
ladles sat In comfortable rockers and
i listened to Vlctrola music as the
pageant moved along.
BLOODS Q STOCK SHOW .
The high school hud a float, fol-
! lowed by several decorated automo
biles in which were I he faculty mern-
; bers. Mayor John W Peters and the
members of the city council and the
board of county commissioners were
I in decorated automobiles. Then
were scores of other floats worthy
of mention which represented local
commercial institutions and osaocla-
I Hons. John J. Cancr of Corlhne had
I a pen of blooded Hampshire Down
sheep on a truck and S Hansen
; of Fielding displayed a pen of puro-
, bred Kamboulllct rams and Repre
sentative C. G. Adney had two of his
pure-bred Hereford bulls on a truck.
Following the parade the float" Wei.-
irranged along Foresl street, where
1 1 Iglits of action to recover damages for
Injuries while at employment, was n
Still another resolution seeks to ob-'
tain amendment to the workmen's
compensation law. The principal
Changes deSlred are Increases In maxi
mum benefits for injuries and deaths,
higher allowances for hospital and
i .edlcal service and payment of u.1-
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1 1 0.Bdd GREET
Salt Lake Tabernacle Crowded
as Nominee Talks: Pays
Tribute to West
SALT IjAKE. Kept- 16. Paying a
tribute to the west as holding a peo-
'plc w ho had reclaimed on mpire n t
y rendering great service to humanity
In the production of necessities of life,
and "Who shall be given the consider
ation 'hey deserve." James M. ox,
' I einoerat ie numinee for prosldriit. ml-
dressed d throng of lu.ooo at the Tab
ernacle last nlcllt.
The crowd interrupted the vigorous
address at many points with applause
'mid approval, it was linn )i ia : s 'I y
land the party members made tiio best
jof It In support o; their national stan.l
o i lll-'l o ROM J).
Anothei crowd estimated at 300n or
ntore, who were unable to gain en
tiance to tne Tabernacle was address
u in the temple grounds by Senator
V. II King, '.'ongressimin Milton H.
Welling and Mathonlhah Thomas
riiomns X. Taylor of Provo, Demo
cratic candidate for governor. Intro
duced by H. 1. Mulllner, chairman of
the state committee, as chairman of
the tabernacle meeting, made his rc
I marks brief
i Befort -ir. Taylor could mention the
name of Ooyeinor cox, the crowd was
o.i us feet, shouting and applauding.
The ovation lasted several minutes
aiiti When he vvus finally able to get
li houring, Governor Cox launched
slrniglit;Way to his speech.
He started by expressing his willing
ness to answer questions, and before
lie concluded he was called upon to de
tlne his stand on piohlhitlon, on po
ll. ileal prisoners, aiirt on the wages of
(postal employes and on the Republican
It ry of "America First."
I in response to the first question he
extended a glass of water ko the audi
ence amid shouts of laughter. On the
Set on hi said the law should be re
Lpi iled with peace, the third, he s.n.1,
would be one ot his first official con
siderations, and the fourth he com
pared to the shout of kalserlsm;
Deutschlnnd L'ber Alles."
Ml Pi I IONS ISS1 1 S.
The candidate did not forget last
itiignl the Issues he has been constant
ly hammering at during his western
I tour, the campaign fund of the Repub
licans, the league of nations, the -reactionary
' character of Senator Harding,
ar.d tne misdeeds of the "senatorial
loligarcny ' Cm all oi these he touch
ed wltn a vehemence that registered
deeply in the applause of the audi
ence. He criticized Harding's porch cam
paign, and after mentioning the
ilirones of yester year said: "1 should
consider it ill becoming a democracy1
were I to make ;i throne of my front
poi ch irom now until Xov ember,"
amid the laughter of most of the 10,-
I'WU In the ball.
Governor cox arrived on the scene
. at the Newbouse a bit late, but Ills
i leceptlon was none the less warm, and
. when he took his place on foot at the
i bead of the column of marchers, the
r onlookers Joined In tho noisy demon
The governor walked In last night's
i parade from Fourth South and Main
, streets to the tabernacle as he wulked
in the streets of Columbus during the
1 1 notification ceremonies. If was. novv
, lever, one of the first times he bus
', 'marched during bis Western travels-
Governor Cox arrived ut the taber
itnacle at S : 1 4 o'clock and was greeted
by enthusiastic applause from the au
dience standing. He was accompanied
by Governor Bamberger, T. X. Taylor,
Democratic candidate for governor.
. Senator William H King, H. i Mulll-
, jner, state chairman, and numerous
party leaders. The members of the
'cox party arranged themselves on the
Is ats usually allotted to church digni
taries, along with numerous local part
leadenj and state, city and county offi
cials. Not all the crowd has as vet arrived,
and w hile more late comers were seek
ing places eif v. Milage, the organist
tendered "My Old Kentucky Home."
Governor Cox began Speaking at
"Mr. Chairman. our distinguished
Isenator. Presleient Penrose, and men
and women of L'tali." he began. I
have lived through one of the haj.pn.-n
days of my life. In Utah. This'i ,
golden hour, the end of a perfeot ela "I
The remark was the signal foi anothei
round of applause The speaker con
tinued: I FAH HO SPIT l PTY.
My heart baa been touched by the
hospitality of L'tah; my senses have
I ecu thrilled by the wonders ot I tab.
and my face h;ia been tunm-d by the
wc Iconic rays of the sun of L'tah. 1 j
have felt that 1 was quile prepared
for a scene such as this. This mag
nificent structure lives In the tradi
tlons of the world
"It gives me great happiness to stand
in this presence and realize the
breadth of view and patriotic fervor
.which prompted the organization
Which controls It to make of It a suc-
I red shrine of America during tbe wai
His reference to the tabernacle
brought frequent applause, after which
the speaker tendered his thanks for
the use of tin .structure, to the I. S. '
Church through President Penrose,
land, continuing, said
"This is tbe most wonderful assem
iblage of people that I have ever seen. I
Frankly, l stand here In awe. la the
presence of so many representatives
Cl your great citizenship
I have been living In the pant parti
of the day. As I came dow n the valley
from Ogden. 1 felt I had never feasted
my eyes on a more delectable spot I
COUld understand how It was that the
founder of the state, as ho looked!
'down on the valley from the mount
side, was inspired to make tho obssr-l
yatlon This Is the place,' and yet li
wonder whether that great man reallz-!
J what thi genius of man I i
they were permitted to stand during
the day for the Inspection of the visi
tors. There has been plenty of band mu
sic all day, the Brlgham City Military
band, the Hyde Turk band, thl BrOWn
Amusement company band. Hawaiian
Troubadors of Salt Dake and a local
Jazz band furnished music in the par
ade and then alternated during the
iflornbon In rendering a musical pro
gram GOVERNOR COX 1RRIVES.
The train bearing Governor James
M. Cox and party was late, arriving
here St - instead of 1 o'clock as
scheduled. The crowd gathered in the
Main and Forest street Intersection In
front of the speakers' stand and on
the court house lawns beside the stand
standing patiently for about an hour
awaiting the coming of the distin
guished visitor, while the band enter-
I tained With stirring music.
j The parly of forty members was
brought up town In automobiles bv the
reception committee, headed by unyoi
John W. peters, and as soon as the
party could be comfortably arranged
On the stand. Governor Cox was intro
duced by Mayor Peters In a very hap
Following the remarks, Governor
I Cox was photographed In the mlast of
the "girl poaches" on the Commercial
Club float and the parly was taken
back to the train.
Of The Stomach
"Thousands Have It and Don't
Know II." Savs Physician. Frc
qcntlv Mistaken for Indigestion
How to Recognize and Treat.
("Thousnnd of people ruffer more or
less constants from fun. .1. coated tonjnie,
had breath, sour burning stomach, fre
I .pient vomiting, rumbling In fltomsch,
: bitter eriietHtlons. rrns, wind and stem.
nch acidity and call It Indt'.eyt Ion w n. n
l In reality their trouble I; due to gastric
i entnrrh of the stomach," writes a Xew
' York physician.
Catarrh of the stomach la dnnirerous
I because the mucous membrane lining of
I he slomnch Is thickened and n coating
of phlegm covers the surfnee so that tin
digestive fluids cannot mix with the food
I 'ind dlgesl them. This condition soon
br Is deadly disease In the fermented,
I unasslmliatea food. The blood Is pollut-
I cd and calrles the Infection throughout
h.- bod) Gastric ulcers 're apt to form
nd frequentlj ib- ulcer is the first sign
of a deadly cancer.
In ettlnrrh of the stomach n good atid
(Ulfe trentment Is to tnkc before menls S
tenspoonflll of pure P.lsurated Magnesia
In bolt n glnas of hot water as hot as
you can comfortably drink It. The hot
water wishes the mucous from the BtODI ,
neh walls nnd draw l he blood to the j
Stomach while the blmirntcd magnesia
Is an x-el)ent solvent foi mucous -i ml in
creases the efficiency of the hot prater
treatment. Moreover the BlsUrated Mag
nesia will :h a powerful bill harm
less "iitield which will neutralize any
excess bs.lroehlorle arid that may be In
your stomach and sweeten lis food con
tents Kasy. natural digestion without
distress of uny kind should soon follow.
Mlgurated Magnesia Is not a laxstlvs, is
harmeless. pleow.nt nnd cas to take and
!,-an be obtained nom any l-nl .'ruggift
Don't confuse Ii:.urnle.l Magnesia with
I other forms of magnesia, inllks. citrates.
, but get It In thi pu.e blsmated loim
(IMi'wder or tablets), especially prepared
lor th i.i i I" V'l ' 1 " ' ' i
wrought. bow the water from the.
mountains has been mude to subject
itself to the magic hand of man, and
1 1 he valleys have been made to bloom
is th rose. 'God moves In a mys-1
ItuiiOUS way, His wonders to perform."
and part of Hlo purpose Is that a
great and rugged citizenship should be
developed by the rcslstanco which it
Providence, he continued, must have
meant that the result of that great
i onflicl was to be a contribution worth
while to the next generutlon.
"I hat contribution." he asserted
amid applause, "will be peace on earth,
good win to man."
CRITICIZES G P.
"I have no quarrel." he went on,
"with the rank and file of any po
litical party The first duty of Ameri
can people Is to Issue an admonition
to senatorial oligarchy which. In tho
first Instance, has, with shortsighted
bigotry, Interfered with tho naturul
progress of the world, and in the scc
. n.l place has taken charge of the or
ganization of the Republican party by i
writing Its platform and nominating
"It ha-i gone so far as to nominate
one of Its own number. In order that
the senatorial oligarchy might domi
ciliate and control the next president of
I Ihe United States."
! Governor Cox referred to the constl
'jtutlonai provisions for ibo three
" branches of government, executive,
legislative and Judicial, and added.
' "It Is a symptom of a great disorder
1 ifor one of these branches to annex
' i.nd control another brunch of our
"I came Into the great northwest for
la purpose other than partisan- Wo
'ought to umonel the constitution of the
jl'nlte l State. to provide thar no man
t r.hould be eligible to bo a candidate
"jo any political party for president un
1 til he has visited the gre it western
. country and knows Its possibilities."
'. t IDES l IN V !Us.
While Governor Cox was delivering
! his speech at the tabernacle a switch
' engine smashed Into the special train
hit li ll Carrying the presidential cun-
dtdat and his party on the western
' tour, breaking the car windows and
knocking typewriters to the floor. A
negro porter in one of the coaches
ii:. d b tin- press representatives Was
badly cut by flying glass.
The cars were repaired In time so
that the train departed for the west
OH schedule time.
Fails to Keep Tab on
Graiii; Nags Founder
SPANISH FORK. Sept. 16. "Dick."
a work horso of many summers. Is!
said to be tho chief character In a
drama enacted here Wednesday eve
ning, which cost L'rl Stewart, the own-1
Mr Stewart completed his grain
I threshing on his farm Wednesday and
for the first time in At years failed
lo keep watch during the night over!
1 his grain.
The cross bars were placet! on Un
gates but "Dick" managed to gain en-,
trance and as company brought along
five of Stewart's heavy work horses. I
They Ste so much wheat that they all
foundered. In spite of every cifort
mado by Stewart to save them.
Hold Dedication of
Zion National Park
ST. GEORGE, Sept 1.6. Appropri
1 ate exercises were held here yester
; ilay dedicating Zion .National pari.
Stephen T. Malher, national director!
of parks, was in charge of the pro
Music for the occasion was fur
nished by Ihe Cedar CUy and St.
George brass bands, after which prayer
j was offered by Apostle Richard it.
Lyman of Salt Lake, Mr Mather out
lined a brief history pf the park
l ulled tSati-s Senator K. . , Smoot
I vva.i introduced to tho many present.
He pledged his support to tho park
movement In the l ulled Stales. Fol-
no r i ;: , i n. .i iih.n,, Spry, Mayor
, Clarence Neslen, u. S. .sp. ncer and
w. s. Bellinger e.r Omaha spoke.
COAL VEIN LOCATED
IN SOUTHERN IDAHO
nOISK. Ida., Sept. 16. Great Inter
est has been aroused In Southern Ida
j ho over the discovery of a vein of coaj
I In the heel of Squaw Creek, iinu the
I i'rm of William Bason. Tho bed ot
coal was discovered by a son of Mr.
1 Saxon and since that tlmo has been
j tested. The vein Is quite extensive, It
GET INCREASED LEVIES
MAJLAD, Sept. i6.Tho Idaho de
partment of education ha alb. wa d In
creased lax b-vles to 10 Independent
sol I districts throughout the slate.
In ail instances the chief reasons for
1 he lucre i' i- i ost of inalnt. -n in. e were
increased salaries of teachers, jani
tors and school supplies,
K PEASES 1
'THE ILAPPER !
by Frances hAQxiotu
'Diiectecuby Alan Croland
Also Earth's Funniest Man
CLYDE COOK in
"Kiss Me Quick"
The Mao With Jelly Legs
A Circular Spine
And an Indian Rubber Body.
Pnces, Matinees Kids, 10c; Grownups, 20c
Evenings (After 6 p. m.) Kids, !0c; Grownups, 30c.
UTAH MAN WITH POLES
RETURNS TO HIS HOME
SALT LAKE. Sept. 16. Russia can
be saved from havoc and rulo which Is
certain If the lteds tain control only
through a thorough dissemination of
sntl-soviet propaganda, according to
Captain Ira Woodhouso of Lehl. an
American aviator with the Polish
jarmy. The captain, who has come to
the United States In an effort to or
ganize a volunteer company of Ameri
can aviators for General V range! nras
I at the Ileitel l'tah for a few hours
yesterday before leaving for Lehl.
I Captain Woodhouse said that all the
'blood-curdling reports of cruelty and
I outrage Inflicted bv the Polshevlsts of
Russia were true. In fact he expressed
the belief that the general public had,
even now, no conception of the brut
ality ami refinements of cruelty prac-
tieed by these enemies of civilisation.
lie declared that the officers who fell
Into the hands of the reds regarded;
their fate as far worse th-in death and'
that It was their custom to carr-- poi
son which they could swallow In case'
Conditions In Russia, said Captain)
WoodhOUSe are particularly bad. lni
I that the power Is In the hands of the
radical element of the pedshevlsts, who'
effectually bar any attainment of the!
ideals voiced by Lenlne.
Captain Woodhouso left t'tah some
yeafs ago and enlisted In the- French
army as a volunteer. Iater he joined
the American nay)- and vvas ills, barg
ed after bclnn wounded. lie then
fought with th' Hrltlsh army and ! iter
with the Polish flying corps, where he.
has been on duty continuously In var
ious parts of the service, being at
tached to bombing, machine gunning. I
Infantry and cavalry detachments. Me 1
wears the French crolx de guerre, the
English A. r. C. the Polish flying corps
decoration and numerous color stripes.
SEEK TO REMEDY R. R.
i PCATELLfi. Sept. is. President
IT. 11. Clarke, presided over the meet
ling ejf the chamber or commerce held
here- yesterday Secretary Field was
j Instructed to confer with city officials
on the condition of the O. S. L. rail
road crossing near the gas plant The
Investigation had been ordered by the
' nslness men of the city due to acci
dents which have only recently occur
Captain A. Gallott of B troop of the
Idaho national guard appeared before
the body and was given $150 to pay
the expenses of a competent man to
Mlb s City, Mont., to purchase mounts
for the organl7-atlon. Thomas F. Ter
rlU spoke on "The commission form of
government." his address closing tho
COMMEND IDAHO R. R.
MAN FOR BRAVE ACT
BOISE, Ida.. Sept. 16. H. V. Mc
Master. former telegraph operator for
the Oregon Short Line at Mountain
Home has been commended hy railway
officials for bravery Early In July
of the present year McMiLster re-
. Ived orders for a freight train about
to pass through Mountain Home. As
the train approached he rushed out
to deliver orders. A child was noticed
sitting on the tracks between McMas
t. r and the engine. He mado a race
for the child and made th rescue
Just as the engine thundered by.
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etid thera) ooe dollar. 'hTJsnatisfvinKyeur ll
a.Mbi;ion f-jr a trim, slun figure, bv recerv
XVn r e-x-d nze box oi Marmoli Prcscrip- if
ti.oa 1 ablets (compour.ded in accordance
with tho flmOoa Marmola F'rcscnpiien); ll
taiic one o: tlx ji lea-ont candy tablets I
alter c-ach raeal and at bedtime, and vou
will loss your fat zi tho rate oi rwo. three
or k jr pour.d 0 week.
Then cont'nue the treatment until your
weight ia what yuu r- :rc. Marmola '
Pre-vrrlrtion Tablets are cot only harm- 1
leso but really beneficial to the general !
health. You don't need starvation dist or
weakening exercises. Just ?o on eating I
vft you like-, leave exercising to the P
athletco, but ta!:? your little tablet faith
fully and without a doubt tht flabby fleyh
will q jiclily tal:c unto itself win,T3. leaving 'J
behind it your nn'ural r(, neatly clothed I
in Arm nesn s.nti tr.-n mu idea, I
j QUIT TOBACCO I
L ' . '
So easy to drop Cigarette,
Cigar, or Chewing habit 9
NO-To-Bao has helped thousands t
break the costly, nerve-shattering to- pH
bacco habit Whenever you havo a PJ
lohging for a smoke or chew. juSt bH
place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet In H
your mouth Instead. All dcslro slops. J
Shortly the habit Is completely brokeh sH
and you are bettor off mentally, physt PJ
Ically. financially. It's so easy, so slm)- PPJ
pic. Get a box of ISo-To-Bac and Tf
It doesn't release you from all craving pH
for tobacco In any form, you druggist
will refund your money without quosi
lion. No-To-Bac Is made by tho own.
era of Cascaicts; therefore la thor.
erughly reliable Adv
Combing Won't Rid r
Hair of Dandruff
The only sure way to get rid of dan
elruff Is to dissolve It, then you destroy
it entirely To do this, get about four
ounces of ordinary liquid arvon, apply
It nt night when retirinc. use enoueh
to moisten the scalp and rub It In gee
tly with the finger tips.
Do this tonight, and by morning,
most If not all, of your dandruff will
be Rone and three or four more appll
cations will completely dissolve and
entirely destroy every single sign and
trace of it. no matter bow much dan
druff you may have.
You will find, too, that all itching
and digging of the scalp will stop at
once, and your hair will be fluffy, lus
I trous. glossy, silky and soft, and looif
and feel a hundred times better.
You can get liquid arvon at any drug
store. It is Inexpensive and never fail
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Donl Suf ; I
From Piles I
No Hatter If You Have Been a
Long-tirao Sufferer There's Re
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Kie quick ro
llcf and has
from an opera
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It is tho right
thing to do. to
b I o o d I 11 g or
rholds and such rectal troubles.'1
Take no substitute. Uso coupon for
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KlnIj ond it. a Fr Firorlc of rnild
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