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H TOESDAY EVENING; DECEMBER 7, 192G. THE POPE-IN S n ainuaku-laamiinek 3 ft I
STATE AMD IDAHO NEWS
Latest Itcm3 of Interest Frcm Utah and Gem Stita
H Twelve Million for
Financing D. & R. G.
'l'J HALT LAKE. Dor 7. Plan for rc-
HB organization of the Denvnr & Kio
iiJSM Grande railroad and the contcmpla-
H tion of providing ?l 2.000.000 for fl-
H noticing the rond. were announced
HH yesterday by A. R. Haldwir.. Vice presi-
H dent of the Western Pacific and re-
H celver for the Denver St Kio Grande.
H Thin evidence '-v is presented at an
lm Interstate commerce ; nm mission hear-J
tPEfl inr conducted bj Greenwood.
iSBB president of thi- public utilities) com-l
S Baldwin said, would lr spent orcr -i ,
period of two or throe year3, according 1
to present plans.
Mr. Baldwin was testifying at a
" heat-Ins: of the application of the Utah
Terminal Railroad company for per-;
mission to build a branch line C.C7
miles long, connecting some of (he
coal mines In Spring canyon. Carbon
county, with the Utah Railway lines.
The federal commission n.-kei the pub
He utilities commission of Utah to con
duct the hearing,
' -..'Ms v LAND OFFICE RECEIPTS.
3A i.T LAKE, Di Ri of
tho United States public land office
p85!eJH or nc Prcscnt year amount to ap-
5mHlM proximately $3no,000 for the first
''jVB eleven months .according to Ileber C.
QH .lex, Utah land receiver. The money
'Sm ' ,n at nc OI,lco for various
SrlnLVI months is as follows:
Sfr&SM Januarv, S3l7.r..25; February. 13.-
tS&M 579. GO; March. 1138.444.76; April.
KBSjfl SSOCO.OH; May. $46,990.32; June
jH 3f,065.6E; July. S7G0.?C; August
HB SS340.OS. September. $12,401.60; Oc-
H tobef, $18,GJ6.C2; November. $74 IS. 03.
Forestry Men Will
SALT LAKE, Dec 7. R. H. Rut
Icdge. district forester. R. V.. Gery, In
(charge of the office of lands. C- B.
J Mors.-, in charge of forest manage-j
jment, and C. R. Arcntson, assistant
I clilcf of operation of the Ogden fourth.
; district forest service offices will be
in attendance nt the Utah Cattle andj
Horse Growers' association today.
Tlscusslon of grar.lng fees within the
n.'itffenal forest will lie glen special
n Ideration, according to Thomas I
Redmond, secretary of the state as-
soelatlon. Western cattlemen, he lntl-1
mates, will strongly resist reported In-I
tcntlons oi" eastern congressmen to I
raJ;:e the fees!
Scores of delegates representing J
western stockmen Will be in attend-j
ar.ee at the meeting.
COMPILING REPORT OM
LOG AX. Dee 7. A comprehensive
report of the proceedings of the I lata
Irrigation and Drainage congress, cov
ering the last three years, Is being
completed by Prof. " W. Israelson.
secretary-treasurer of the congress.
The report will embody papers on
Irrigation problems written by irriga
tion experts, a lis- of Irrigation com-j
panles ami drainage districts In Utah.
The report will be published early
in January, Immediately preceding the I
annual meeting of the congress, to be
held at Salt Lake January 13 and 14.
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I I only $135.20
On Terms as low as
jj Call or Write Today
M I We specialize on pleasing
' our patrons
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2524 Washington Ave Ctean
"JUST PASTTHE ORPHEUM"
I 1.00 Puts a Victrola
I I Xmas HH
i "Ogden's Phonograph Headquarters"
I . I Glen Bros.
P I Roberts Piano Co.
I u I
jk' H Telephone 181 2472 Hudson Ave. j
FARMERS CLEAR j
UP BECT FIELDS
Fall Plowinq Operations Weil
Under Way in North Og
NORTH UODKX, Dec. 7. Taking'
advantage of the favorable weather
of the past few days, farmers of North
Ogden have cleared their fields of
j sugar beets and are now busy in plow-I
liit in preparation for next season.
j The mammoth pile of beets is now I
rapidly being reduced as the car short-.
ap is relieved.
, A number of North Ogden young
men 'ind vvonn-n have recently entered
I tho Utah Agricultural college at Lx-i
1 gap and aro taking special courses J
Thej are: Kimball Montgomery, Hen
ry Browh, Clair Brown, Donald Bor
rett, Percy Randall, Harvey Chandler,
Curtis Campbell and illss Olive Ran-
The temple excursion to Salt Lake
Frldaj was n huKe success The ten
excursions this year have averaged
1 fifty-elKht persons from the North j
! gicn ward.
Mrs. Huldah Campbell, of Preston i
I Idaho, is spending a few days wlthl
i friends In North t sden She was for
merly Miss Lundsted, of ialt Lake
City, anil was for some time an in
structor In the district schools of
Hyrum Brown, who recently re- ,
turned from tho northern states mis-l
slon, will bo the principal speaker at1
the afternoon meeting of next Sunday
In giving a report of his work in that
mission. The following Sunday will bo
taken up by the Religion class organ
ization of the ward In then- annual
conference, under the direction of
Superintendent Mrs. Maggie Taggart.
Tho handless and sightless musical
Tuesday afternoon proved a real en
tertainer for the school children atid
their parents In the ward chapel
A comedy drama, in four acti The
Village Lawyer," will be presented by
a strong cast next Friday evening in
tho ward amusement hall, under the
auspices of the Seventies of the ward.
Those takinc parts are Arthur G.
Berrett, J. William Gibson. H. Dak
Phllllps, Floyd W Campbell, John H.
Johnson. William S. I.ianlels Mes- I
dames Mrie Barker and Etta M.I
Storey and the Misses Elizabeth
Brown, Vcnna Deamer and Margue
Mrs. Emily L$laloek. who was op-1
crated on a week ago at the Dee lio.s-1
pltal. is reported progressing Merely,
and will bo able to return to her hopie
in a few days.
NEW ORCHARD PESTS
DISCOVERED IN IDAHO
BUHL. Ida.. Dee. 7. Dlscoverv of
two new orchard pests has been n--,
ported by K H. Smith. iti e iTtTOlo
glsl The new pests are the Indian
I peach aphis and the Imported orchard
Both are serious pests. The first
i was imported in some manner from
j India while the second has been n
I troduced here from a European coun
Tho Indian peach aphis when first
observed In Twin Kalis county v. -causing
severe curling on prune
I leaves. On some of th trees not a
sound leaf was left by the f l:-t of
July It also was found around the
Boise and Payette sections la and
has spread through all sections of
southern Idaho to some extent.
Besides causing serious curling of
leaves, the aphis causes dwarfish and
sickly peaches, which drop off early
In the summer, long before maturity,
The pest also has been found :n other
northwestern stales and was probably
Introduced from Asia through Import
ed nursery stock.
The mile Is scarlet Jnd abo'tt one
: third the size of a plnhe d The
ICaves on which it feeds turn a slekly
I grayish green, the mltc feeling on
I both upper and under surfaces, iater
they fade to a yellow color in many
I respects It does damage similar to
(that of the red spider, but docs not
, spin a web.
Efforts will be made durin the
next year to overcome these nest
! proper spraying and other treatment
of orchards affected.
LARGE STILL SEIZED
CLOSE TO IDAHO FALLS
IDAHO FALLS, Dec. 7 Tho seiz
ure of a twenty-five gallon still, the
largest ever found In Bonneville coun
ty on i rauch about a mile, from
Idaho Falls, resulted in the finding
of not only the Still but about twelve
gallons of mash. Joe Crafton and Eu
gene Bennett, who were in the ranch
j house, were taken into custody. No
I liquor was found on the premises. The
men were arraigned before United
States Commissioner George W. Ed-
hlgton yesterday They both pleaded
not emlty The hearing was set for
December 31 and their bonds were
fixed at $500.
STATE MEDICAL BOARD
TO CALL OFF ATTORNEYS
SALT LAKE. Dec. 7. Forty-seven
applicants successfully passed exam
inations of the state board of medical
examiners during the present blen
Inlum, according to tho biennial report
I submitted in Governor Bamberger
The report refers to prosecutions at
tempted against "lawbreakers who do
Ifiantly violate the statutes ' by prae
Itklng medicine without a license, and
says that, after Investigations mado by
an attorney, the board decided that
It would cease to spend the boards
money at the mte of $50 a day to
attorneys to find out that nothing fur
ther could be dono. Dr. D. C. Budge
'signed the report as chairman and Dr
)C L Olson as secretary.
I POSTOFFIUK ESTABLISHED.
1 1 WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. A new
I j postoffice. known as National, has
been established In Carbon county.
I'tuh, fifteeji miles west of Helper,
ivlUl Fred P .laeoM as postmaster
Other postmasters appointed are:
Annie L. Kittle, Areola, Wyo , vtro
M . 1 1 A Lasher, resigned; Charles H,
Branum, Colony, Wyo. vice Amzie T
Richardson, resigned, Katharine m.
Dent, Dent. Idaho, vice Anna Duross,
CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH
Cut out this clip, enclose with Cc
ami mall It to Foley & Co . Shef
field Ave.. Chicago, 111 , writing your
name and address clearl You will
receive in return a trial package con
talnlng Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound for coughs, colds and croup.
Foley Kidney Pills for pains la sides
and back, rheumatism, headache,
kidney and bladder ailments, and
Foley Calhartle Tablets, a wholesome
and thoroughly cleansing cathnitlc for
constipation, biliousness, headaches,
and sluggish bowels. sid everywhere,
Committees Named to Recom
mend Plans to Aid Cattle
SALT LAKE, Dec. 7 At the after-
noon session of the convention of offl-'
eers of the cattlemen's association of'
twelve western states yesterday, ejirht
committees were appointed to rec
ommend plans for alleviation of con
ditions faced by western stock grow
ers for stabilizing cattle markets and,
for stimulating consumption of beef.
Each committee will report during the,
COAST MAN PRESIDES,
Called to order by Fred H Blxzy, !
president of the California Cattle
men's association, yesterday's session
of the cattle association officials made
rapid progress and it was the consen
SUS nf opinion that resolutions would
be presented and adjournment taken
iiv this afternoon and that the con
vention of the United Stockmen's as-
boi latlon would be called to order bj
After outlining the conditions par-1
tlcularlv affecting the California cat
tle market. Mr. Blxzy made a plea
for cooperation between the eilffereritj
cattle associations of thewestern i
states. He pointed out that each as
sociation is performing excellent BCr1 -Ice
for the 6tate It represents but
urged an organization of western ct
tlo associations In exempllflng his1
si Lteniens, he urped that such an or-1
ganlzatlon moke a deflnlto program
for1 the shipping and sale of stock, i
that shipments be made to different
nvirkets from one state so that ' It
will not Interfere with shipments from '
anoth. r state; In other words, not glut
Mr Bi.x:'.y de v oted c onsiderable thrift I
to explaining methods of Californii
cattle raisers, but admitted that dif-'
ferent conditions prevailed there than
in nnv othv weptem state
coMBfxm r ute n amed
The following committees wcro ap
pointed yesterday, with instructions
to report at today's meeting
Committee on cattle supply and
surplus, and on market schedules: 11
H. Boomer, J. II Jacohson, Idaho: j
G H.' Russell. Oregon; J. J. Johnson
Wyoming; w N. Russ, E. E. Kauf
man .California; Wallls Huidekoper
Montana, J. A Scoriip, J. T. Tanner,
j. H. Manderfleld, M. M Justin.
Utah. Vernon Metcalf. Nevada The
secretary of each stato association to
be a member of this committee.
Committee on financial aid to cat-1
Uenien: M, K Parsons, Utah; J. N.
Sanborn Texas; C. A. Myers. Wyom
Ing; James L. Wrathall, Utah; Job;:
G. Taylor. Nevada; M. I Kerr. Id ho
Committee on elimination of tuber- '
miIi. rttl. trnm nl 1 r If t V. M
Dobbs, Nevada. Dr. F. E Murray. Dr
r. w Hoggan, Utah; John E Mayer ,
Wyoming. Dr. L L. Gotthelf. Colo
rado. Committee on better conditions of
cattle entering markets. C. N. i
Hawkes, California; J. E ShaW, Mon
tana; J M Harmon Utah; Archie
Clayton. Nevada; AValfer A. Cover.
Committee on Interstate trade In
feeder cattle- William L. John: on.
Ltah; w. N. McOilL Nevada: N V
Vempir. California; William Handle?,
Committee on States' cooperntion- i
R. C. Tnrrlttin. NeVnda ; John Black.'
Charles '. Re;. 1. I I ih
Committee on re, stablishment of
branch offices of United States bu
reau of markets: E. c. Parsons,
Utah; u P. Kern, Wyoming: W. I.I
Dish man. Oregon; T. A Bene), Idaho.
Committee on stimulation ot beef'
consumption: J m Macfarlane,
Utah; P. W Jenkins. Wyoming.
George Russell, Oregon; P. C Fetter-'
j son. Idaho.
The federal bureau of markets Hl
I be one of the qucstldhs that it is
hoped Wrill be brought before the Na- j
Itionai Livestock association conven
tion, and there was noticeable yester
day a sentiment for the reestablish
ment of this bureau. Among sugee,-.
tlons fur financial aid was the possi-:
blllty of the formation of a hank to j
bo conducted entirely by tockralsers. I
FURTHER PLANS TO
SAVE BUFFALO HERD
SALT LAKE. Dee 7. The herd of'
1CB buffalo on Antelope Island may be
saved from destruction. The campaign
of the Salt Lake Commercial club to I
purchase the bison has resulted In the
beginning of definite negotiations with
tho island owners,
A meeting of those interested was
held at the Commercial club at A
o'clock yesterday afternoon for the;
purpose of determining if satisfactory
arrangements could be made for ih
purchase of the bison by the Ann ii
jcan Humane- society. Following the,
conference, the Commercial club tele
graphed lo William 0 Stillinan. presi
dent of the society, giving the figure;
tvhlch the officers of th Buffalo Is
land Livestock company had fixed on
the animals. A reply is expected from
Mr StUlman within the next few days.
Whether or not it will be possible to
I purchase the Island Itself er to lease
ll; for a long time In order that It mav j
be used a" a game sancttfajry, will not
bo known for ton days or a week, ac-l
cording to c. B. Hawley, preiident of;
Ithe Commercial club
The Island Improvement company
recently leased Its land on Antelope
Island to the Buffalo Island Livestock I
Icompan) 'ITie bison were sold tei tho!
lessee. Because tho animals ate much
I food which could be utilized for cattloj
the company planned to sell privileges
to hunt and kill them.
BAZAAR FOR BEEHIVE
BRIGHAM. Dec 7 The bazaar'
conducted for two days last week by I
the Y. L. M. I. A. of this city, for
the. purpose of financing a summer
camp for Beehive girls next summer.!
proved successful A number of I
unique features were unibodled In the
bazaar but the principal sources of
revenue were derived from the serv
ing of a merchants' lunch at noon
Saturday and a luncheon during the
Miss May Pargeron was chosen as'
queen of tiic event The bazaar was
concluded with carnival features. j
WELL FIGHT EXTRADITION.
FOCATELLO. Idaho. Dee. 6. Jesse
C. Powell, arrested last week on ad
vices from Portland, i tre , charged I
with the larceny of an Oldsinobllej
car. will fight extradition Powell
and his attorney left for Boise today
to meet Governor Davis. A deputy
sheriff from Port! i is representing
the Oregon authorities.
DOCTOR'S TRIAL STARTS
SALT LAKE, Der. 7 Trial ot Dr. j
T. O. Duckworth, Indicted by the lastl
federal grand Jury for tho alleged un-l
lawful administration of drugs as pro
hibited under the Harrison drug net,!
was begun yesterday before Judge!
Tillman D Johnson of tin United
Slates district court.
"PIFF PAFF POUF?"
COSTLIER AND MORE ELABORATE
TWO NIGHTS MONDAY AND TUESDAY, DEC. 13 14
Get your tickets now from members of the cast, members of tho
American Legion or at Ensign Henick's Optic? 1 Parlors.
CAST OF SEVENTY FORTY DANCING GIRLS
"Music hatch charms" "Three Twins" is replete with
haunting melodies," bulging with sidesplitting humor and
dazzling with gorgeous costumes, picturesque scenery, artistic
electric effects and a host of dainty dancers.
Staged and directed by Bob Major.
Musical directors, Marcellus Smith and William H. Manning.
Tickets on sale Thursday at Orpheum Theater. Admission
65c to $1.75, including war tax.
State Geologist Plakes Report
On Non-Mcta! Properties
salt lake, Dec ftT-Assessed val
uation of nonmetaillfrous mining de-J
posits in Utah has more than doubled
since D'17. according to a report made
by Professor Wtutnm Peterson, geoio
is for the Stats' l-ord Of eU.lUa
tion and assesament. m 191 the val
uation vrs $U.nl2.o:-. and '"MSO ill
ban climbed in sr, . is . f f
port was filed yesterday in the orrtte
ef Governor Bamberger.
l'AIM DATES M1 rioN-
Mr Peterson tabulated the val
uations resulting from the work jc
Compliahed by n Purvey made under
his direction, and a comparison or tin
assessments made in 1917:
Coal lands: Carbon county Asses
sed valuation In 1917, .70.0; a
sessed valuation Hi lv:o. H4.2M02
Every county assessed valuation "
U17. $1 . JiHi.o: . ;isessed valuation in
Wasateh county assessed valuation
In UJ17, $i4.:.13 assessed valuation In
Summit county -assessed valuation
In 1917, $24S8,29l; assessed valuation
in 1920, 2,861167.
Iron county assessed vnluatiun In
1917. $H:.,7nr. assessed valuation in
Duchesne county Assessed valua
tion In $13.8X7. assessed valua
tion In muo, $61,912.
Asphalt deposits Assessed valuation
In 1917, $178:02$ assessed valuation
in 192'',' $1,062,76 I
Oltinlte depoalta Assessed valuation
in 1917. $166i004; assessed valuation
in 19JU." 274.477.
Salt and potash deposits Assessed
valuation in 1917, none: assessed val
uation In 1920, $011,447.
"ement deposits Assessed valua
Hon in 1917, none; assessed valuation
in 1920. $1,372,755.
Phosphate d'-poslts Assessed valua
tion in 1917. $1,000: assessed valua
tion in 1920. 01S6.185.
Lime iiuarrics Assessed valuation
In 1917. none., assessed valuation in
Sulphur deposits Assessed valua
tion in 1917, none; assessed valuation
In 1920. $22,530
Total assessed valuation for 191 1,
Tot:il assessed valuation for 1920,
professor Petersen's work goes Into
considerable detail in explaining the
method by which the valuation of the
nonmctalllforoos mines of the state,
under the amended tax laws of 1819,
Compulations,'' he says, Ln conclud
ing thi part of ids report, "have been
msdc of all Hn privately owned lands
In the Mate, and the records, as roru
pleted by the survey, which have been
died Mith the slate board as a pmt Of
this report, show the position of thw
coal seams in each legal subdivision
th number of seams each contains,
the thickness and relative position of
t a !i seam, the available tonnage and
the assessed valuation of each legal
subdivision ln addition to the above
Information, the survey has attempted,
in a limited way, to collect data Kiving
information which will aid in develop
ment of new properties. This flata.
covers In a very general way possible
railroad sites, tram sites, sites for
townslte purposes an dtho available
water supply of ull tho streams In the
Similar information is on file with
the state boarei, aa a result of Pro
fessor Peterson's survo, for a Urge
portion of the publicly owned coal
lands in Carbon county, in other coun
tlea it was found ltTi possible to iom
plete UCh work during the past sum
mer. In addition to the coal surveys ami
valuations, accounts of which hav e al
ready appeared from lim to time,
Professor Peterson's report tells of Ihe
valuations of other nonmetalllferous
t mlnen In Utah. Computations as to
some f these d-,u -its glv an accural"
estimate of their amount for the first
I time in print. Limestone cjuarrles op
erated in Cache, Tooele and Utah
1 counties are Included In the valuation
as given above on the basis of the
amount of limestone 'arh will prob
Concerning the potash deposits, the
report callsVatteiTtion to the fact that
only a small amount of the depOSltc
Which aro in the Tusehar mountain:
In Pluto county, has as yet been pat
ented He finds that 39S acres an
held as patented lode claims, and com
putes thai they carry 43.000 tons of
material that rvicht be considered v.i-
uable for taxation purposes The fic-
urea given in the laid' Include the to
tal value of the patented ground and
i equipment as well.
I Phosphate deposits we're found in
Icic'.i county, in patented ...i? i hum
to the OKtenl of 1375 acres-, along a
sy !ire.il fold on which the con mer
dal !ortlon ' the deposits lj. . in a
seam five and one-half feet In thick-!
ness. This i. computed to a depth of
j"300 feet for taxation purposes and Is
I found to contain 13.34S.O00 tons.
FIELDS TO BE CHOSEN
SALT LAKE. Dee. 7. Establish
ment of -i complete chain of emerg-i
'en.--, landing fields along the Pacific
division of the United States air mall
route will have been made, according
to Vern Hinckley, assistant to Colonel
John A Jordan, division superintend
ent. Mr. Hinckley accompanied bj Derm
Wright, chief rigger of Ihe Salt Lake
landing rielo, who has charge of air
plane wing construction here, left yes
terday to establish ail emergency field
I at Salduro. They will also pick out
land mark suitable flolds at Wendover.
I Utah, and phafter, Nov., before return
iuig in Salt Lake Thursday After liis
return 4r. Hinckley will go to Burm
cster to select a fi- Id. Pilot Grovi-r C
Black also will make tho trip.
Emergency fields selected and under
consideration are 'f natural character
I They will be marked by a large letter
1"T." constructed of wood. One side of
the lettei will be painted white and
.the other blaek, in order that the
'greatest visibility mav be attained in
i winter and in summer ln snow:
'weather the black fa e of the ' T" will
I bo upward, in order to make ihe mark
j conspicuous against the winter back-
Fields for forced landings also ha
been made at Wells, 'Palisade, Love
locks and Hasan, Nov.; Truckev Col
fax Auburn. Concord and Richmond,
Csl ln addition air mall pilots may
land their planes at Mather field. Sac
ramento, if forced to descend.
SHORT LINE EMPIOYEE DIES.
I POCATELLO, Idaho, Dec. 6 Dav
id James Kr-e;se. a young clerk of l la
eiregon short Dine, died yesterday ar n
locnl hospital of an abscess in his
head, after being sick shout ten days
Mr Reesp was a graduate of the old
Academy of Idaho, now t Do Idalm
Technical insiiiut. nn.l was one Ol
the leading athletes of that Institution
He was 53 Vears of s.ge ami a membei
of the local lodge Of F31ks H
a brldw of two month.'-
NEW LAW FIRM FOBMD.
I POCATELLO. Idaho. Doc t" t
'new law firm has been formed ill
'Pocatello. composed of former Attor
ney General D C. McDotigall and his
t wo sons. Isaac and Harry, under the
firm nami of MoDougal) St WoPougaJJ
ilsaae- McDougall Is the county attor
ney of Bannock counlv at present,
iv. lille Harry McDougall recently re
turned from the war, where lie won
(distinguished honors as an aviator.
n ft i
I POSTOFFICE BURGLARIZED.
! BOISE, Idaho, Dec. C. The Meri
dian postoffice was burglarised some
time Sunday ni;it or ionday morn
Ing and between $200 and $800 mostly
in stamps, takpn from the nte. The
hurgiai-s gained entrance by fori tni
the bark door, thi- lock being torn c.fi
The safe wan broken opf ". apparently
With ChieeiS and sledge-ha m mrs. and
(completely rifled. The combination
I was not touched, hut tht hinges of
I the door were chiseled off.
The Best Cough Syrup jj
V nrr'i n av t to T K, !Uirl F"
S he tlir lirt i-ouc'i Ttmilj O ILl
ffi yon vcr tried. M I
You're probably heard of thi well- L
known plan of niakinc cough syrup Ri )L
hfinn. But har you eveT used it? U
. Wben you do, you will understand whv w
thousands of families; the world over,
frrl that thev could hardly keep house
I without it It's simple and cheap, hut jt
I the way it takes hold of a couch will
1 quickly earn it a pernianoDt place in .M
I your home. H
Into :i pnt bottle, pour C'A ounces of t
P.nx; then add tilain granulated sugar f
syrup to fill up the pint. Or, if desired, r
U5C clarilied molasses, honey, or corn It
syrup instead of suar syrup. Either
way, it tastes eond, never spoils, and
gives viiii a full pint of better couch f
remedy than yciu could buy ready-made f
' for three time'v its COSl it
; It i really wonderful how quickly 1
this hom mndf remedy conauers it,
cough usually in '21 hours or less. It '
seems to penetrate through every o:r
pastage, loosens a drv, hoarse or tight jp'
couch, lifts th phlegm, heals the mem- f
brands, and fives almost immediate re- fcf,
! lief Splendid lor throat tickle, hoarju-- a
ns, croup, bronchitis and bronchial jp..
Pinex is a hichlr concentrated com- it
pound of cenuine Xorvvav pine extract, f.
and has been used for gencratioris for
throat and chest ailments. b
To avoid disappointment esk your
drucci't ior "2j ounces of Pinex" with JH
ejrections. and don't accept anything
elpe. Guaranteed to aive absolute satis
faction or money refuudceL The Pinex
Co., i t. Wayne, Ind.
Thousands Have Disrn--: r
Di. Edwards Olive Tarieti
are ? Efarmlfcaa Substituie J
Dr Edwards I Mive Tabk-ls the sub- 'J
j statute for calomel are a mild but sure
laxatdve., and thc:r effect m the liver is P
lmcrst nr tantaneous. These little olive- H
colored tablets arc the result of Dr.
Edwards' determmatior. not to treat
liverand bowel complaints vdthcalunieL
Ihe pleasant liltlt tablets do the 1
Cod tliat c'nmei does, but. have nc -
bad after c f CCta They don't injure the I
teeth like strong liquids or calomel.
I They take i. ,vi of the trouble and I iH
1 quickly correct it. hy cure the liver H
at the expense of the teeth' Calomel H
sometimes plays havrx with the gums. -H
S do lrwn liquids, k 15 best not to
take calomel. I Ct Dr. Edwards' Ohve
Tablets lake its place.
Heacotches, "dullness" and that lazy 1
feehne ccnie from con:tinaUon and a
I disorder cd liver. Take Dr. Edwards'
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Knocks Out fl
Chest Colds H
Dcgy's Mu;:--!ne Goes Some Often
Chest Colds Go Over Night
COSTS ALMOST NOTHINQ
Ten minutes afte, wai rub Begy's Mus
tarine on thai lore 1 iihrcnlntj chest you'll lj
know th.at you've struck a quick result
producer that s ixund to conquer ths S
Is It any wonder that thousands sweat
hy it when one 30-cer:t box It equal 1 1 :.n sfl
of the be-;t mustard plasters that your
gnndmother ever made ? H
And Hci'y's Mustarlnc, which comes in ' 7
a yellow box and is made of real yellow
mi'-'LOrd, c:nr.ot blister, p.ezr that ln mind.
But her. you have any ache or pain 01
lumbaqo. neuralgia, ncutltls, sore throat or
any inflammation or contitlon, be set re
and rub it oh freely. It ; tin. Quickest Pain
Killer on Earth.
A B. Mclhtyre Irug Co. can supply H
Use Soothing Musterole
When those :harp pains go shootinp S
throu:h your head, when your skull
aeemi, as if it would rplit, just rubalittlo 1
Mustirole on your temples and necL.
It draws out the inflammation, soothea
away h?piiii, usually givingquickrelief
Mustetole is a dean, white ointment,
made with nl of mustard. Better than 1
a mustard plr.stcr and does not blister-
Many doctors aid nurse3 frankly
recommend Musierole for sore throat,
bixjnchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma,
neuralgic, conjestion.pleurisy, rheuma
tism, lumbago, pains and aches of tha
back or joints, sprains, sore musder,
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet coldj H
of tl'.e chest (it often prevents pneu
roonia). It is always dependable- H
and 65c jars; hospital size $3.
If you are troubled vith pains Of
aches; feel tired; have headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
age of urine, you will find relief in
COLD MEDAL H
The world's standard ramady for kidnay,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles and
National Remedy of Holland cinco 1696.
Three sites, all druggists. Guaranteed.
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