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- THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH I
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, A GUARANTEED REMEDY FOR
Toor ojii nut n atrnnnD or roar Orti!i
wltbontanrnnritlonlfthls romedr dure not ben" nt
ADR. R. SGHtFFMAHN'S 9
In either form (Clcirett. pis Millar or Powder)
EotlUrelr ultra fNSi'Arir llHMiaK IneTerrcete
Dd hit permanentlr cored thoutandt -ho had been
eontldered Incurable, after twins tried eterr other
mean; of relief In Tain. Bunerertaro afforded an
onporlnnltr " -Tallin themtelTet of this "Money
:!'. narante offer at through pnrcbatlng from
their own reiinlar Ilrunltt, tlier are ante then
oonerwlll be refunded Br him If the remedy f alia.
You will be the aula Judno at to whether jou are
beneOted and will net jour raoner back If ton art
not, We do not know of any fairer propotlUos
which we could mate.
R. Schlllmann Co., Proprietors, St. Piul, Minn.
(. will reduce Inflamed, swollen
ffiJFS Joints, Stirnlns, Untitles, Soft
n il HUunchess Heals Dolls, Poll
YvVnVvK 'n'c;ctl sores quickly
i IU If tfj ' '' ' P0,"'ve -ntiieptie
Ifl Mm? A "" rjermiclde. Pleasant to
IIP&2A oki (foei not blister er rtmoTt
' IrMf-TV I tle hlr. and you en woik L boite,
M Zi r c 12.00 per bonk, ttWitrti. .
,-,,, l-cW Book 7 M free. '
AIlSOimiNU, JR., the inuirpue llnlmtnt lor mtnklnj.
IrJutft rilnlul. Swollen Vclnl. Wcni. Stfilnt. Drulict)
ttopt (tin and In'imntllon. t'rlct II. CO per totllt it
detlert er dillmed. will tell you more II you vrltc.
Litxrtl Trltl Dottlt for lde In nampi.
W. F.YOUNG, P. D. F.,3tOTemglitl .Sprlngneld.Mais.
fEvcry Woman "Want-T
i FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE
' Dissolved in water for douches topt
pelrlc catarrh, ulceration and Inflam
mation. Recommended by Lydin E.
Plnkham Med. Co, for ten years.
A heating; wonder for naaal catarrh,
soro throat and sore eyes. Economical,
Hat eltnon-nirr clruruil end tennUUil power.
Sample Free. JOe. all tlrusshu, er rratr-U br
Vrntd. TKel'ellonToilHComwnr. lU-lon.MiM.
CONSTirATION Stop taking phrtlctt a tlmpla
dletetle remedy which you prepare roortelt will rear
ulato Toil permAneMlrJntallfblr til rets recipe and
t directions. U. WA-.-lt,-IJarmel,bantranoUeo.
Old Debts Collected SS?.l.n,.Vnn,lf,e,c!
Uonpo fhrfM NomttrwhoowfHiyoUjWrllfl for
OOF booklet. JUtlMtl Cnr41um AMUUt, lllMt Id-JM
W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 43-1917.
WOMEN SLOWER THAN MEN
Double the Number Required In New
York Banks, But They Are
' Tlirro Is nt present no woman olll-
cer of n Now York city hunk, nmt only
ono In Now Jersey, but If tho wnr
lasts long enough It may well lie, iih
It Ih In Cnnadn now, thnt tho banks
will virtually ho run by women. At-
r ready, It In .estimated, 20,000 women
linvo been taken on In tho Wnll streot
district slnco tho United States en-
1 tercil tho wnr last April, bays tho Now
York livening Post.
Women nro slnvv'r, lint moro care
fut, nald nn oinclal of tho Mechanics
mid MetalH hunk, so, although twice
, ns iniiny women as men tiro needed
to do tho a mo amount of work, tho
hank loses no money on extra salaries,
hecauso tho women savo hundreds of
dollars which had to bo paid t,o tho
clearing liousu for tho men's mistakes.
I.ncli mistake costs 51 and tho records
show that sometimes men's mistaken
. - cost ?-3 or $110 a week.
Tho nvcrago downtown bank has
tost 20 per cent of Its men nnd tnken
on -10 per cent women. Tho Mechan
ics nnd Metals hank now has 00
women and they tiro being taken on
by tens or twenties each week. So
fur those 00 women itro taking the
places of only ftO men, which shows
tho dltlerenco In rapidity, but tho olll-
clal of tho hank pointed out that It
would ho n serious problem when the
men enmo homo for their Jobs.
"Our hopo Is," ho said, "that tho
business will ho big enough then to
iiccommodato them all."
Why Isn't n cook who stuffs turkeys
nnd chickens n taxidermist?"
filrls, remember that n husband
worth having Is worth tnklng care of.
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UTAH m NEWS'
Many cat hauls of potatoes In both
Weber and lloxehler counties nro
awaiting shipment, hut no nirs nro
A spectacular tiro occurred at Park
City, when tho roundhouse of the
Union Pacllle burned to the ground,
one engine being destroyed.
A recruiting campaign to Induct' as
iniiny (Ireek residents of Utah as pos
sible to enlist In tho army of the
United States has been started.
A new recruiting olTlce has been
opened In Salt I.ako by the Canadian
war oftlco. ltramhcs will he estab
lished ut Park City and llltighiiui.
There were 117 cases of measles In
Mill Lake this time last ,enr and only
live cases this joar, according to tho
weekly report of tho board of health.
Many of the schools have been dis
missed for n period of two weeks so
that the students may aid In bringing
n the great crops raised In Utah this
Protests have heeit made to the Pub
lic Utilities commission by tho city of
Salt Lake against the proposed plan
of tho street car company to Increase
In all parts of the ltear Ulvor valley,
according to reports, the apples are
being hnrvestei'l and probably will he
shipped In hulk, there being a shortage
of boxes ntnl barrels.
"Harvest our crops ami buy it Liber
ty bond" Is the tiiliiiolilllnn which has
been adopted by school supeiluteii
dents throughout the state for ad
vocacy among their pupils.
When fifty-seven ears loaded with
coal Jumped the track near Soldier
.Summit, .1. (1, Hiirckhohler, u brake
man, of Ogden, was killed ami tho en
gineer mid llreiiian Injured.
Instructions from the. war depart
ment to try Ceorgo Melleh, the alleged
draft evader now being held at Toil
Douglas on a charge of desertion, huvu
been received at Fort Douglas.
Thrown from u farm wagon when
the horses ran nwn.v, Paul lloncchcr,
do, a farmer of Hoy, received Injuries
which resulted in Ids (tenth before he
could be given medical treatment.
Soldiers of tho tlnee regiments at
I'oit Douglas have planned a monster
minstrel show to he given November '-.
As planned, It will be u llrst class
revival of genuine old time "black
Declaring that manufacturers of
Utah have become u vital part or the
state's Industries, (!nv. Simon Itiini'
berger Issued u proclamation designat
ing November 11 to 17, Utah Products
J. It. Walker, slate crop pest com
missioner, estimates the apple crop of
the statu at t)72,r00 boxes. Of these,
Utah county Is expected to furnish
Ml, BOO anil llox KIder county HiiO.OOO
Placed under heavy bonds and hound
over to tint district court, A. V. .Smith,
Jack Dempsey and Hert Christie nro
In Jail at Wenilover charged with rob
bing the Hold IIIII train mi tho Deep
As a result of agreements lietweon
the extension division of the Utah Ag
ricultural college and tho United
Htates department of agriculture Just
signed, Utah will have two now state
wide extension specialists,
Hecauso of the scarcity of dwellings
In Myton, n number of persons wishing
to movo to Myton tor tho winter to
place their children In school luivo
been uimblo.to do so. There Is hardly
a vacant house In tho city.
Shortage or labor Is apparent In
many factories throughout the slate,
according to tho report of J. H.
Cook, factory Inspector of the statu
Industrial eommlbslon, who recently
completed a tour of Inspection.
After applying for enlistment In tho
aviation corps anil being rejected be
cause ho was not it citizen, (llles
Vernleuwe, a young Holglun, obtained
his citizenship papers ut Ogden, ap
plied again ami lias lecelved orders to
report to the Instruction caiiip'at San
Utah boys at Camp Lewis, American
Lake, will continue to get Utah toina
toes, although they are widely separat
ed from their homes, Is tho belief or
tho Utah canners. Tho prevailing opin
ion Is that the supply or tomatoes that
has been set aside rr government uso
In part will bo sent to Camp Lewis,
Charging that the company was
negligent In various vvujs, Leslie Tay
lor or Ogden, has started' suit against
Hut Haniherger Klectrlc Railroad com--puny
to recover $-."i,000 for Injuries
received September -1, 1010, when ho
fell from u northbound electric train,
his Injuries resulting in tho amputa
tion or a leg.
Hurtling through tho air arter being
struck by a passenger train traveling
it a speed or thirty-live miles an hour,
nn automobile driven by 1. Tatnasky,
Moxuui hotel, Salt Lake, was thrown
on top or a standing Ford car belong
ing to C. (1. Pascal, or Salt Lake, tho
accident occurring near Ogden.
.-Strange to say, noun or tlio occupants
of either car was badly injured.
Old Mlllyuns My wlfo Bceras so
melancholy, doctor. What do you think
can be done for her?
Doctor The only thing I can sug
gest is to do your speediest to make
her n merry widow.
"When you roll up to a man's ptneo
of business in n fluo automobile, I daro
say it Is comparatively easy to buy
something from him on credit?"
"Well, a scheme like that might work
in tho case of Jewelry, not millinery.
TAFT VISITS 0. S.
EX-PRESIDENT IMPRESSED WITH
FORT OMAHA COLLEGE.
EYE8 OF fiRTILLERY IH ACTION
Eight Hundred Pupils Arc Undergoing
Training for Places In Uncle Sam's
Army of the Air. Field Open for
Moro Applicants. Storllng Quail
Omaha, Oct. 2.'!. Kx-Presltlent Taft
Inspected tho big balloon school at
Port Omaha last week, saw the huge
sausage shaped forms carry the ob
servers -1,000 feet in thu air, from
where they signalled tho activities of
tho occupants of tt caches llvo or six
miles away to tho dummy artillery,
and at tho conclusion of ids tour ex
pressed his opinion of the woik of
this new branch of tho service that
hab come to bo known as "tho eyes of
tho artillery," as "wonderful."
At Fort Omaha there are being
trained nt present nearly S00 keen
young Americans who will In the near
future, from their lofty perches In tho
clouds In Franco nnd ISelglum, direct
tho (Ire of the American artillery thnt
Is to pave the way for tho drive to
As tho men nt present I') training at
Fort Omaha leavo for active service,
their plnces nro being taken by men
tummtr i i'i mi i n uecmttmcaavKi
use nmrc corn
,t use mortjish S.beaus
use Just enough
and serve .-,
ihe cause of Jfveedoin
,i i" . Uk.KiirM)Siiiiivniv
from nil over tho country, und as tho
quarters aro being constantly en
larged, tlicro Is still room for n con
siderable number of men having tho
In answer to many Inquiries, tho
commanding olllcer of tho United
Stntcs Army Hnlloon School, at Fort
Omnha, says that tho qualifications of
men applying for tho commission of
1st Lieutenant ns Observation Ilalloon
Pilots nro as follows:
Tho Holloon Servlco calls for n high
class of wor nnd applicants for com
missions In the lino must possess
First they must tip citizens of United
States nnd not tinder 10 years of ago
nnd not over IW.
The must bo energetic and forceful,
anil of good moral chnrnctcr nnd clean
After pnsalng tho examinations re
quired tho applicant Is enlisted ns n
first clnss private In (lie aviation sec
tion of the Signal Unlisted Reservo
Ho is tlirn assigned to n srlitol for
training, nnd tho time of trnluln de
pends upon the man's ability.
After qunllfving ns nn observation
hnlloon pilot ho Is commissioned ns
a first lieutenant. Aviation Section
Slcnnl Officers Reserve Corps.
From tho time of his entrance Into
tho school until lie Is ronunlssloned
he receives ?100 per month, quarters
nnd fond allowance. As n first tlcutr-n-ant
$2000 n year.
Application blanks can ho secured
bv addressing tho President Aviation
Kxnmlnlng Rnnrd nt Fort Omaha,
Merge Match Factories.
Stockholm. Oct. 22. Tho merger of
all tho match factories In Sweden Is
nnnounced. The new corporation will
lmvo -100,000 shures at 200 crowns
Recount In Iowa Election.
Des Moines, Oqt, 22. Attorney
General II. M. Havner hns ordered a
recount of tho ballots cast In Mon
day's special election on tho question
of constitutional prohibition.
Unofficial returns give the wets an
ndvnntngo of approximately 1,000,
with a total vote of -130,000. In some
quarters It Is helloved the official
count may change tho final result.
Russ Fleet Bottled Up.
rctrogratl. Twenty Russian war
ships of vnrlous clnsses tiro battled
up In Moon sound, with n cordon of
'dermnn warcraft barring their egress
northward back Into tho Gulf of Fin
land or to tho south Into the Onir of
Rlgn. Tho Russlnns attempted to
forco tho Oermnns hnck off Oescl
Island, and in tho engagement tho
battleship Slnvn a relic of tho days
heforo tho Russo-Japaneso war was
sunk nnd other units wero so badly
Cmnnged that the Russian flotilla was
forced to seek rerugo in Moon souad
Too Much Grammar.
A mau made a bet with a friend
that ho could go Into tho Hillings
gnto fish market in London and put
ono of tho well-known loud-mouthed
ilshwomen in a rage without saying
n word that sho could understand.
Tho man commenced by silently In
dtcating with his nose that her fish
had passed the fresh stage. Tho
Ullllngsgato lady at onco mado a ver
Tho man answered: "You're nn ar
-No moro nn article than yourself,
"You aro n noun, woman."
"You you " stammered tho wom
nn, choking with rage at a list of titles
sho could not understand.
"You nro a pronoun."
Tho bcldnm shook her fist In speech-1
less rage. (
"You aro n verb an adverb an ad
jective n conjunction a preposition
an Interjection 1" suddenly continued
Tho nlno pnrts of speech complete
ly conquered the old woman, nnd sho
dumped herself down In the mud, cry
ing with rage. Ladles' Homo .Tournr.l.
FOR SKIN TROUBLES
That Itch, Burn, Torture and Dlsflg
uro Use Cutlcura Trial Free. i
Tho Soap to clennso nnd purify, tho
Ointment to sootho nnd henl. They
usually afford lmiiiedlnto relief In itch
ing, burning eczemns, pimples, dandruff i
nnd most baby skin troubles. They
nlso tend to prevent littlo skin trou
bles becoming great If used dally.
Free samplo each by mntl with nook.
Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dcpt I
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Lack of Restraint.
Senator Chamberlain, defending the
food control bill, said In Washington:
"How unmeasured the attacks on
this excellent hill have hceul Now,
I am llko the buy nt tho movies. I
llko mcasuro nnd restraint.
"Two hoys at tho movies saw a
tragic picture play, anil ono of them
was overcome. He took out his hand
kerchief nnd wept anil sobbed.
"'Why, lllll, jo'ro bliibberlu'I" saltl
tho other boy.
"'Well,' sobbed 1)111, "I llko to see
n person show a littlo feellnV
"ToellnT said tho llrst boy. 'Feel
In's all right, hut yo don't need to
wash yer fuco la It.' "
"now did your patriotic garden
"I'vo Just figured It out. Wo got
nt Icnst twenty cents worth of rad
ishes out of it."
Prudery Is' better than slinmclcss-ncss.
Gompers Opposes Plan.
President Gompers of tho American
Federation of Labor Is opposed to
women being used In war work.
Thousands upon thousands of women
bavo kidney and bladder trouble and
never suspect it.
Women's complaints often prove to lie
nothing elae but kidney trouble, or the
remit of kidney or bladder disease.
If the lcidncya are not in a healthy con
dition, tlicy may causo the other organs
to hecoruo diseased.
You may suffer a great deal with pain
in the hack, headache, loss of ambition,
nervousness and may be despondent and
Don't delay starting treatment. Dr.
Kilmer's Svratnp-ltoot, a phj nician's pre
scription, obtained at any drug store, re
stores health to the kidnes and is just
the remedy needed to overcome such con
ditions. Get a medium or large bottle immedi
ately from any drug store.
However, if you wish first to test this
rreat preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Ulnchamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure
aud mention this paper. Adv.
Unable to Read,
A largo number of Turkish women
uro uuablo to read or write their own
Catarrhal Cotigh LI
Mr. W. S. Drown, R. F. D. No. !, Anv on i X;?4 H
Dox 82, Rogcrsvllie, Tennessee", "J c . H
writes: Suffering with f W I&i
"1 feel it my duty to recommend , u. u Wr6 --H
Pcrunn to all sufferers of catarrh or LattUTu in te J.wMA
cough. In the year 1000, 1 took a a '&$&tfW I H
severe case of the la grippe. I then Any IOTH " nmM& 1
took n had cough. 1 hail tnken all j yx & &')& !
kinds of cough remedies but got no . , . ., AtifflrMk -!
relief. I then decided to try Pcruna. AtlVlSe XhtVBL. mJir'V&
I used Jive bottles. After taking five rn . t .M ha. JH H
bottles my cough stopped and my J "" t1"' "f'1 H
catarrh was cured. My nverngo PerilllE- s-H
weight wns 1115 and now I weigh w H
Sl,5 7a"lhS; Those who object to liquid rnedl-
to take Pcruna." clnes can procure Peruna Tablets. H
a-71 III aSS S 1 1 1 II I I IUI'ITT"1 h-u-u-j -.mmi irn---j-rrr-mil--lH-TJlf-UHi.-.rjlLtUllllir 1
j. Train Your System I
I jWlir" avrn through the liver, to act na- H
9 flW DIVER turally, at a fixed time every 1
8 Je if PIUS nv Tlc Dcst h""' in tl,c 8 lH
H c J!i-J, world is the habit of health. I fl
I Genuine bears slfjnaturo Takc Qne p.t, rCgUlariy (m0re H
jtZcttsjZgZxS only if necessary) until you
StuxWXnrC succeed. Then you can stop
small Dose takinS thcm without trouble
Small Price or annoyance. M
This has been the fjood-health-rule for fifty years. H
B i" A TT T V TrTni"i'B' TH Usually Need Iron In tho Dlood. Try H
S PALLID PEOPLE CARTER'S iron pills
Up-to-Date Wedding Gifts.
"Well, what sort of wedding pres
ents did you get, glrllc the usual as
sortment of berry spoons nnd plcklo
"Not on your esteemed lire. I got
n sack of potatoes, four dozen fresh
eggs, it peck of onions, nnd n Liberty
War Declared on
Rats by U. S. Gov't.
Tho government nt Washington Is pro
pnrlnif n cnmimlgn that should bo cifee
tlvo In killing tlio ruts that arc so destruc
tive both to lives una properly. A con
servative cstlmuiM plncen tho loss of food
stuffs from rnls at over two hundred mil
lion dollars annually, nnd In tho present
scarcity of food, this loss must bo pre
vented. T'jo most efficient way to "Kill
the lint" Is by the use of titeurna' Pasta,
nnd thousands of dollars vvortlt have licen
tiouRht by tho government. Dvcry house
keeper troubled with rots, mice, roaches
or ttatnrbucs should buy n small box of
this rellnblo exterminator for thirty-live
rents, nnd Btnp further loss of food In
her homo. Adv.
Learn Every Day.
Life is educational. Ho Is Indeed n
dullard who doesn't learn something
every day and become wiser In his
methods of doing. ,
The United States Government Food I
Administrator Says: I
"Baking Powder Breads of corn and I
other coarse flours are recommended" I
DAVAI BAKING I
SWJ I ILi POWDER I
ABSOLUTELY PURE I
Makes delicious muffins, cakes and coarse flour breads
CORN MEAL MUFFINS NUT BREAD H
lit V-oSr"1"1 5 '"' ft"?"" "oxM Da-lnr P.vra.r
Hi caps floor ,,, teaspoons salt H
K teaspoon salt ,,,.,, lil cups milk an4 water H
4 leTtl teaspoons Ilojal Biking rowiler (' cup IJIir or corn srrup
2 tablespoons surer I cup chopped nuts (not too fine) or 1 cup H
1 cup milk rslttns, wetted and floured H
8 tablespoons shortening lilt torether flour, baking powder and salt) add milk H
. , . and water, sugar or corn syrup and nutrreats or H
Vlx thoroughly dry Ingredients) add milk and melted raisins, rut Into grossed loaf pan, allow to stand H
shortening and beat well. Bake In greased muffin so minutes In warm place. Ueko In moderate OTca fH
tins la hot oTea about SO minutes. 40 to 45 mlnutos. H
Our red, while and blue booklet, "Bett War Time Recipes" containing additional ilmihrreclptt, tent M
free on requett. Addiett Royal Bakina Powder Company, Dcpt. W, J5 William Street, New York M
They Just Had to Walt.
Something wns tho matter with tho
btup-slgnal bell or tho Toonervlllo trol
ley car, and tho conductor hnd to
whistlu to tho motormun, that trip
ono whistle to sturt, two whistles to
This wasn't tho real Toonervlllo
trolley, but a certain suburban "dummy
lino" which Is so denominated by tho
facetious car riders.
At ono place, tho other morning, tho
car mado it long stop, aud some of tho
passengers began to get uneasy. One
sought the rear platform and found
the conductor eating a frugal lunch
eon. "Soy, how long we goln' to stand
hero? Wiiat are wo waltin' for?"
asked tho passenger.
The conductor hW allowed hard and
was understood to reply.
'i.ooky here, I ain't got nothln' but
dry crackers fer my lunch. An' you'll
Rafter wait till 1 git 'em all swallered
good before I kin whistle 1" Cleve
Admit Women Students.
Tho Harvard university medical
school this oar opens Its doors to
Now Rides In an Auto.
Mrs. Russell Sage, who Is now pnst
eighty-eight years of ago, only recently
consented to rldo iu on automobile.
A Saxon-French Cigar Lighter. H
Several years ago the then new mln- H
Ister of France, M. Klotz, decided to H
Imposo a tax of two francs, or -10 H
cents American money, on each cigar H
lighter usetl In that country. The ren- H
sou for this Is that tho sale of matchos H
In Franco Is Iu tho hands of tho gov- H
eminent monopoly and tho portabln H
lighters Interfered with the sale or tho H
matches. On tho other bund tho H
matches have become (.o bad In quality H
that they nro subject of complaint aud H
ridicule. The law has become utipopu- H
lar and there Is an effort now belnii H
mado to have tho order rescinded. Not H
withstanding tho fact that an In- H
creased tax was placed on tobacco by H
the French government several years H
ago, It has caused a tendency to In- H
crease smoking and that Is proven by H
the many smokers to bu seen In public) H
places and thoroughfares. H
The War Tax. H
"Tho war has come homo to mo, H
I'vo Just had to pay six cents for a HH
nickel cigar." H
"Cheer up, old pal. Perhaps some- H
hotly will get up a four-cent tmoko B
they'll sell you for u nickel." B
Naturally Not. HJ
"Will that pitcher never run down!" M
"Not with that vvlndup."
Mow's This ?
We offer (100.00 for any case of catarrh H
that iiinnot Ihi cured by IIALL'D
IIAI.L'8 CATAUIIU .Mi:DlCINI3 Is tak-
rn Internally nnd nets through the Mood H
on tho Mucous Burfaces of the Bystotn. H
Hold by driiKRists for over forty jeurs. H
l'rlco "'e. TeallmonlalM free. JB
V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Kept His Word. H
"I haven't any ense," admitted tho HJ
client, "but I luivo money." HJ
"How much?" .. Bb
"Sixty thousand dollars." HJ
"liiow! You have tho best case I HJ
over handled," said tho lawyer. "I'll HJ
nee that you never go to pilson with HJ
that sum." Bb
Ami thu client didn't ho went Hi
there broke. Hi
Pittsburgh company will mnnufnc-
tore fertilizer from sharks, Hi
A woman's eyes never grow too dim Hi
to detect tho paint on nnothcr's face. Hi
trOTJlPNE Granulated Eyelids. H
I'jduySSi&iiSoieVvet, Eyes Inflamed by Hi
fOy&2j&L A"-relieved by Murine. Try It In M
IlMJR LllOKoSiBarUaf,JnitEjeCouIort Hi
Cy ftalv. In Tubes tie. For Uaok of th t Frs H
Ask Uarlne lo Ucmedr Co., Chicago 4 M