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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, Nov. 15, 1920.
Army Officer and His Fiancee -
Honored at Sunday .Afternoon Tea
By OLI.H5 P. LAN SDKS. .
vECIDEDLY thf mort interesting , M. Harris and
recent innovation In society was
th Sandav atternon tea Riven
;ipT,rday by Mrs. Richard Ainsa to
: ijii r l.er young- kinswoman. Miss
,md Ainsa, and her fiance, Lieut.
Fusene Callahan of the 24th Infantry.
o came Ircm his Btation ih Colum-
The Ainsa homo on Pc-srun drive
v as the scene of tie tea. The recep-
n hours were informal with 100
("hrysanthf mums of crimson and
--.iroon decorated the reception suite
and centered the lace cot e red table
n the dining room, where Mrs. Jesse
HOW TO GET RID
Mrs. Henry Schu
macher did the honors. Rose shaded
candles in silver holders lighted the
dainty table appointments and an or
chestra played in the conservatory
throughout the reception hours.
Many smart winter models of frocks,
hats and furs were worn by the guests
and the crisp autumn day gave an
added holiday air to the affair.
f t-ic Alna va foxrnVcl In b. smart
creation of black net sier cloth of
silver and combined with silver lace.
Her honor guest. Miss Ainsa, wore a
lovely girlish model of gray chiffon,
gold embroidered, and fashioned over
gray satin. Mrs. Schumacher's smart
gown of black taffeta, a Redingote
mode!, was paneled in real lace. Mrs.
Harris's gown was an artistic com
bination of gray crepe de chine com
bined with for and silver lace.
Many parties for Miss Ainsa are
scheduled for the week.
A Simple, Safe, Inexpensive Method
that Clean Out the Head, Nose and
There Is no disease more offensive
or disagreeable or no disease that
will lea4 to as much serious trouble
as catarrh. Yon can now get rid of
it by a simple, safe, pleasant home
remedy discovered by Dr. Blosser, a
Dr. Blosser's Remedy is composed
of medicinal .herbs, flowers and ber
res, which you smoke In a dainty
TMpe or cigarette. The smoke-vapor
is inhaled into all the air passages
of the head, nose, throat and lungs.
H contains no cubebs or tobacco and
may be used by women and children
as well as men. '
This medicated smoke carries medl-r-.ne
where sprays, douches and oint
ments cannot possibly reach. Its ef
fect is soothing and healing and is
entirely harmless. If you are a Buf
fo re from catarrh, asthma, catarrhal
deafness, or subject to frequent colds,
voj should try this Remedy without
Any well-stocked drug store can
supply Dr. Blosser's Remedy In chj
.trettes or powder for smoking In a
rinc, or will order It for you. Satis
factory resets guaranteed by a gen
uine, money-back offer.
A trial package will be mailed
postpaid to any sufferer for ten
' ents (coin or stamps) by The Bios- j
ser Co.. DD 25, Atlanta, Ga to prove ;
Us delightful and remarkable effec-j
ti en ess, Adv.
Of Social Events
Meeting of the Study circle of the
Council of Jewish Women at 2 oelock
p. m. in Community hall Temple Mt
Sittai. El Paso review No. At of the Macca-'
bees -will meet in L O. O. F. hall at
2:30 p. m.
The Woman's Mission Study class
of the First Presbyterian church will
meet at 2:3 p. m, with Mrs. K. B.
Herron, 12 OS North Florence street.
Meeting of the Altar Guild of St.
Clement's Episcopal churc hat 4 p. m.
in the parish house.
The executive committee of the
Women's Missionary society of the
r irsi. uutwim counw wui meet vim
Mrs. Milo Atkinson at her home, 2930
iniarosa street, at ouock p. m.
Mrs. R. M. Dudley's bridge party to
honor Miss Sara Davis and Kiss Mar
garet Thomason of Gainesville, Texas.
Annual banquet of members of the
Tolteo club at too clubhouse.
Mrs. O. C Yoongbiood will give a
card party to compliment Mrs. W. A.
Mrs. Dave Roberts and her commit
tee will entertain the Woman's Mis
sionary society of Trinity Methodist
church to honor new members of the
I Women Give Luncheon in Honor
I of Chi Omega Sorority Member j
H. F. BALDWIN, jr., and Mrs.
E. Cantrell were joint host
esses at a luncheon riven Sat
urday for members of the Chi Omega
sorority of this city.
The color scheme for the service
was cardinal and straw, featured by
chrysanthemums in those tints both
at the luncheon table and -the re
ception rooms. Places were marked
with hand painted cards of owls, and
dolls dressed in crepe paper of the
sorority colors were the favors.
Each guest read a humorous verse
relative to some other guest, vthich
was an amusing feature of the lunch
eon. Covers were ' placed at the happy
get together for Miss Dorothy Mer
rick. Miss Elisabeth Brant. Cornell
university; Mrs. H. E. Cantrell, Uni
versity of Arkansas r Mrs. R. R. Cogh
lan. University of Arkansas; Mrs. Al
ton A. Evans. Mrs. T. Wessel and Miss
Dorothy Reordan, University of Texas;
Miss Grace Lewis. Tufts college. Bos
ton, and Mrs. Baldwin, University of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krause en
tertained at their "home on Olive
street Sunday evening with a dinner
to honor consul and Mrs. E. A. Dow,
who will leave Tuesday with .their
son and daughter for Algiers, consul
Dow's new station. The decorations
for the table were flowers of the
autumn sraon and covers were
placed for consul and Mrs. Dow, vice
consul and Mrs. Steve Aguirre and
Mr. and Mrs. Krause.
The officers and teachers of the
Sunday school of Westminster Pres
byterian church will meet at 6:20
oelock Wednesday evening at the
church for their dinner given each
month. At this time plans for the
Christmas entertainment will be discussed.
A. A. Martin To Speak
At Salesmanship Club
"Selling the goods and getting the
money will be the text of a sales
sermon to be delivered by A A. Mar
tin, of Momsen. Dunnlgaa and Ryan
at the salesmanship club luncheon
Tuesday noon at the chamber of
commerce. E. R. Evans will sell fire
extinguishers and Ray Shelton. presi
dent of the club, will demonstrate the
latest methods In selling automobiles.
There win be music and food.
Norman Walker Is again auditor of
the Pedler. official organ of the club.
I Eddy Brown, Violinist, to Give
Program at Liberty Hall, Nov. 19
LICENSED TO WED.
Eduardo lferas and Juana Letter.
Adolfo Lucero and Santos Carrtlta.
Seraflno Gomes and Adela finstaiaaate.
Why a butter maker
was needed to
THE musical affair for the. veck
that is creating the greatest in
terest is the second fpop" con
cert under the ansplces of yie Wom
an's club, which is to feature the
appearance of Eddy Brown, violinist,
at Liberty hall on the evening of
November 19. His program follows:
Concerto A Minor Antonio Vivaldi
Allegro. Largo and Presto.
Allegro. Holto, Appasioaato.
Andante, Allegro and Holto Tivaee.
(a) "Hymn to the Sun." from Coc de
(b) "Korsakov a RoadiBO"
c "Minuet" Paderewski
Id) Tambourin" (Chlnats) . . Kreisler
(a) 'Serenade Tstgane? VaMea
b) "Orientale" Clu
c "La Bonds des Latins". . .Bazztnl
Joseph Bonlme is accompanist to
Out of Town Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Sayder'ot Ban
Antonio, Tex., are here visiting; their
nephew, W. 8. Birney, of Mil Mon
tana. H. B. Price of Breckenridsfr. Tex-,
is here for a visit to his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. A W. Price of 151 ToUrosa
Mrs. H. L. Kokernot, of San An
tonio. who has been the guest of Mrs.
W. W. Turner through the Baptist
convention, has returned to her home
Mrs. Fleming J. Kigney, Mrs. Emma
Pickett and Mrs. Harry Wallace have
returned to their home in La jfe
They attended the Baptist convention.
Mrs. Will Mundy and her children.
Heuine ana wul ir . are in tne civ
tor a few days from their ranch home
near iron irumore. xney are visit
ing: with relatives and friends.
Miss Jane MeGrath left for Alpine.
Texas. Saturday evening, after a visit
to Miss Myra Prater. Miss MeGrath.
a prominent educator, is a member of
the faculty of Sal Ross Normal at
Alpine. Numerous social affairs did
honor to the visitor while she was
here. Miss MeGrath will return later
to spend the Christmas holidays as
the guest 0f Miss Prater.
PAGE JOE C. BEVERLY.
W. O. Greet, county clerk, has
asked the assistance of county au
thorities in locating Joe C. Beverlv. a
health seeker. Greet stated Monday
that he has an Important communica
tion for the man, whom he believes is
in El Paso.
Prepared to Do Your Baffravfnsr.
Our experienced engravers are ready
to fill your order for engraved Christ
mas Greeting Cards In the exact style
that yon desire. We invite you to call
NOW and see our samples.
El Paso Prlntrair Co
New address, lot Chlhnahna SL Adv.
ICCalifornia Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Miss Clara Hawkins to Give Large
Party in Honor of Miss Enid Ainsa
Because the process of making is essentially
die miiK. Daifity white coconut fat, appe
tizing and nutritious, replaces butter fat.
What makes good butter flavor makes good
TtOCO flavor. The sue vegetsWe calorinig k seen.
Thus we employ A. E. Hoffman, a famous
batter and milk expert, to supervise the
making of Troco. He has spent 30 years
making and judging butter and teaching
Scrupulous care and human skill
Mr. Hoffman has no secret process. Scrupu
lous care, beginning with the selection of
materials and extending through every pro
cess, is the foundation of hk great success.
No mechanical process can produce sweet
ness and delicate flavor. This depends on
human skill. Mr. Hoffman's butter was fa
mous for the -wonderful- flavor which he
now puts into Troco.
We built a new plant
To give Mr.Koffman proper facilities for his
exacting work we built a new pknt, up-to-the-minute
in equipment and sanitation.
Here he can standardize production and in
sure the perfection of every pound.
For sale by all dealers.
THE TROCO NUT BUTTER. COMPANY, Chfcatro
Distributed by ,
Tri-State Grocery Company
Southwestern Wholesale DatrftHiters
801-809 TEXAS STREET, EL PASO, TEXAS
ALAMEDA FUEL & GRAIN CO.
NE of the largest card parties of
younger society for the week will
to the bridare party to be etven
Thursday by Hiss Clara Hawkins to
comnUment IIlss Ksid Ainsa. who Is
the Inspiration of numerous pretty
affairs heralding her wedding In De
comber to Ust Sngeee Callahan of
the 14 th infantry. The guests win
number 20 and the party will fee
given at the W. A. Hawkins home en
East Rio Grande street.
An announcement of Interest to
friends Is the wedding Sunday eve
ning of Ralph Crenan Gntierrex
Payne and Mrs. Amelia Spencer Con
verse, which took place at S oelock
at the Church of the Immaculate
Conception. Rev. Father Francis Roy
conducted the ceremony.
The bride's attendants were Miss
Kate Mulcahy and Miss Connie Mul
cahy. Following the ceremony a dinner
was served at the home of Mr. Payne's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Payne,
for the wedding party and a few in
Mrs. Payne has lived in the city
since girlhood and has many friends,
as has Mr. Payne, who has lived here
all his life. He is an employe of the
K. P. A S. W. railroad. He and his
bride are for the present at home
at the residence of the tatter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spencer.
College Women Present Historical
Program; Have Interesting Calendar
O organization has a more Inter
esting year of work planned
man tne joiiege woman's dab
The serious work of the year con
sists of four meetings when histori
cal periods will be sung, played and
told in story. The first mooting for
the series of historical afternoens
was held at the Woman's cIusbomp
Saturday with the aboriginal or In
dian period subject. The stags in
the auditorium of the Woman's dab
house, where the meeting was heM.
was set to represent the aboriginal
period and the audltorhra was dark
ened with the stage lighting from
candlelight. A talk on the habits and
customs of these early people was
given by Miss IJlllan Huggett. anl
following her talk Mrs. Will T.
Qwea sang "By the Waters of Kin.
netonka," accompanied by Mrs. Adtee
Owen. Mrs, D. V. Feaaessy gave a
reading on the human sacrifice of
the Aztecs and Mrs. J. X. Frank di
rected the dtamatizaUon of the sacrl-
rice. Those taking part in the
dramatization were Misses Frances;
and Dorothy rmlth. Mrs. Edward
Khelnhelmer. Mrs. s. J. Stewart. Mrs.
ft E. Baldwin. Mrs. Harry Wortfeiag
ton. Mrs. John T. Hill, Mrs. Kenneth
MacCallum, Mrs. Harry Fonsford.
Mrs. I. J. Locke. Mrs. R. B. Badic
Mrs. Jasper Wooldrtdge, Mli Irene
Taylor. Miss Martha Chandler. Mrs.
Herbert L. Parker. Mrs. U J.-tjoeke
and Mrs. Hill. The program closed
with "The Indian Idmeat," by Mrs.
Feaaessy. MrsJ e Oradorff, Mrs.
Charles Hlrsch and Mrs. C E. Kelly
had charge of the stage decoratlona.
Mrs. Herbert D. FleM. president of
the dub, announced that the next
meeting of the club would be In De
cember at the Woman's clubhouse
with Rev. Father Henry J. Swift giv
ing an address on the Spanish Con
quest. A reading "A Masque of
Montezuma," will be given by Mrs.
Howard Waldron. The stage will be
set to represent the court of Moate-
The January meeting will be fea
tured by a talk by Mrs. Branch
Craige on the possibilities of a his
torical museum In El Paso, followed
by a play, -Quetzals Bowl." directed
by Mrs. John Nickels.
The February meeting win be on the
early American period of El Paso and
the surrounding country. Mrs. E.
Kohlberg will give a talk on th
early days and lantern slides of old
time scenes will be shown. This com
pletes the serious study -work for
the year. In March the annual club
luncheon will be given. Mrs. Dan T.
White, vice president of the club an4
Mrs. Van Wilson will have charge of
At the April meeting an election of
officers will be held. The program
will also Include a story by Mrs. John
Nickels and poems by Mrs. John T.
The May meeting will be a picnic
west of the clubhoase at the golf
links. The social committee includ
ing Mesdames R. P. Mosson, H. X
Bowie. Charles Leavell. Richard War-
Combing Won't Eid
Hair of Dandruff
The oniy sure way to get rid of
dandruff is to dissolve it, then yon
destroy it entirely. To do this, get
aboot four ounces of ordinary ltqaM
arvon; apply it at night when retir
ing: use enough to moisten the scalp
and rub it In genUy with the ftnger
Do this tonight, and by morning,
most if not all. of your dandruff wul
be gone and three or four more ap
plications will completely dissolve
and entirely destroy every single sign
ana trace or ltpo matter now xauen
dandruff you may have.
Ton will find. too. that all Itching
and digging of the scalp will stop at
once, and your hair will be fluffy,
lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and
look and feel a hundred times better.
You can cret haulrt arvon at sny
drug store, it is inexpensive and
neer f:ls to do the work. Adv.
ren and O. H. Palm will have charge
of the arrangements for the picnic
Mrs. Horace W. Broaddua is recov
ering from illness and if able to re
sume a few of the many activities of
her busy life. As general chairman
of the refreshment committee for the
Charity ball Thanksgiving, she has
received the do nation of TOO pounds of
turaey ana promises ox aii tne aaiaa
dressing needed. Everything for the
refreshments and decorations for the
ball are to be donated and all funds
derived from the ball wlH be used
for relief work in the city. Mrs.
Broaddus's committee includes, dona,
tions. Mrs. Maurice Schwartz and Mrs.
Walter Kohlberg; salad dressing and
ouves. strs. j. l . sweeney ana Mrs.
Frank Ainsa: candy. hrs. R. P. Mos
son. Mrs. & F. Clutter and Mra Mc-
Candiess; celery. Mrs. John Curtfaw;
lettuce. Mrs. George Le Baron: nuts.
Mrs. Jake Miller, sugar and cream.
Mrs. Charles Leavell: coffee Mrs. J.
Van Den Broeck; crackers, Mrs. J. A.
A aeeUng of the Parent-Teachers'
association of the high scho.il will tie
neta in tne nign scnooi auaitonnm
at o'clock Friday afternoon, pre
ceded by a meetlnfe? of the boards of
directors of tbe association at S:tt
El Pasoons Reluming.
Mrs. R. Oliver Darbysbire and small
son. Russell Darbyshire. Jr of An
thony. N. M-, are at the B. F. Darby,
shire home on North Florence street,
Mr. and Mra Lee Burdlck. with Miss
Laura Burdlck and her guest. Miss
lola Sorrells, have returned home
from La Mesa, where they have beea
spending a feW days with Mrs. Bar
dick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
About El Pa&oans.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C Fagate, lilt
East Boulevard, announce the birth
of a son, George Marlon Fnaate, Mon
day, Mrs. R. A Barrett. Miss Grace
Manville and Messrs. W. B. and A. L
Barrett spent the week-end In An
thony ss guests of Mr. and Mrs. Con
rad F. Barrett.
Accept "California- Syrhy of Figs
oniy iook xor uxe name vauxornia on
the package, then von are sure vonr
child is having the best and most
aarnuees pnysic lor the little stomach,
liver and bowels. Children love Its
fruity taste. Full directions on each
bottle. Yon must say CaIllornla-"-Adv.
Miss Dorothy Daltoa, tbe aetrcss
fQtoac tbe world orer for her beau
tiful complexion, says: "Any girl or
woman can have a becstlfiil roay
vbite complexion a. ad tfmootb on
wrinkled skin Wee mine If they will
follow zay advice and use Derwlllo. a
simple toilet preparation. I use It
beeaose it Imparts Instant beanty. te
easy to apply, absolutely harmless
and has a marvelous effect apoa the
skin. One application proves It." ,
Be sttre to read Miss Dalton's inter-!
estlne story of bow to onlcklr ae-!
quire a beautiful complexion, soon to
appear In this paper. In the mean
time set Derwlllo at any toilet coun
ter and try it today; you will be de
lightfully surprised- Adv.
Are Washdays Necessary
There was-a time, back in the days of stone
batcbets, when woman was hardier than she
is today. A biting wind, damp ah- and slush
underfoot did not so orach endanger her thee
But is thk exposure necessary now? Is
exercising her beet judgment in hang
ing dothes or! the fine in winter weather? Ia
man showing chivalry when he permits it?
A simple and safe solution of this proWem
is . to send yocr family washing to as es
pedaSy during these days wfaDe the weather
man is sariy.
No washboards or heavy soaps are employed
by us. We wash for you ki 1. & twentieth
century way by letting soft water and billowy
sods surge through the iabric It is a laender
ing method that saves dothes.
So, also, is our ironing process. We give a
charming lustre to your linens not with hot
irons, but with special steam heated presses
that protect tbe textiles.
Telephone us. Our driver wsB cafi at a
deShke time for your family buodie. At a
definite time also he will return h. Our method
saves you labor' and protects you from the
rigors cf wind and weather.
LaBadertrs, Dry Qeaserc aad Dyers
CLEVER FORGER DEFRAUDS
FRENCH FINANCE MINISTER
Paris. France. Nov. 15. A voaac
tvaa wearing- th. anifonn of a Praaefc
U.ntsnant rsoaaUr obtaiaaa TMVM
francs from tha French ministry of
finance upon preseataUoa of a nay
meat order purporting- to have been
issued by the quartermaster of tha
army of occupation at Mayenee. The
order proved to be a forgery.
The police arrested Henri Plaltel.
2!. a tailor. They say Platitel con
fessed to the crime, adding; that
"some say it is hacd to obtain money
from the government. It's easy.'
GOVERNMENT PLANS PROBE
INTO R. R. CAR DISTRIBUTION
Washington, D. C, Nov. 15. Strong
measures to uncover alleged viola,
tions of tbe law in the distribution
of coal cars are to be takea sooa by
the interstate commerce rsmmlsslon
The iBvestigaUoB Is expected to take
the form either of direct examination
of the books and papers of the rail
roads and shippers prior to a beating,
or the holding of a public hearing at
which such persons would be lsuulied
to appear as the commission ml gat di
THOUSANDS RISK LIVES
TO WIN NEW OIL LANDS
Vancouver. B. C- Nov. lLIhu
back by a csrdon of mounted police,
thousands of persons are "rougalag
If in camps at Peace river croastac
awaiting opportunity to make a ISA.
mile dash to Port Norman, on the
HacKensle river, where an oil strike
was made recently. Because of
weather conditions the authorities
fear many would lose their lives if
permitted to proceed berore the snow
lifts and the ice goes out
Look for the Lof Cabin Csa
Here it isi
A pure, nutritious syrup with the
delicious flavor of pure maple.
It transforms pancakes, waffles,
fritters, hominy, grits and dozens
of other dishes. Go to your grocer
today and buy a can of this pure
golden syrup. It makes Home?
You'll enjoy the rich maple flavor
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sttt i da. -iX
cUy. Mk yvm
fccmd and soto
Easy to apply
Oitick to act
39 tnatnmt FREE-Wyjt
KONDON LIG. CO.
"My Baby Suffered
Constant Pain from
"BatWare's Baby Powder broogfct
prompt and lasting relief'
.writes Siirereport man.
"Eislit year ago my baby boy of tVee
wit hi was in constant pain, crying coi
t tail m ly. awBering firam intestinal miige
6o' After menainc $750. with doctors, I
trsed Ware's Baby Powder and in 48 hoars
wtj baby wsa relieved and in a fev days
entirely nrelL I hare since recommetided
rrmr ana ra caca case rcucx ui
Tkis is wktat Geo. W. Tbczs cf Shrere
90rt says aboot Ware's Baby Powder
tfc lesoedy that has been rdieriM stomach
aaa bowel trouble, teething and summer
i us.f tiiiir in babies for forty years. Simple
aajl harmless. Given to babies m quri
for, asixed with sugar and water, tey
loe to take it. 60c and $1-20 the pack
age at aS druggists.
THE WABS CHShUCAL CO., SaUac
jlreat your beauty;
SRin ciear wan
No matter how pretty yoor
eatnres are, yoa cannot be truly
attractive vrith a red, rough,
pimply compTexioB. Bat Resi
sol Ointment, aided bv Resincl
Soap, will usually make poo;
; Clear, iresn ana cnarnung
Rafael Ssiau4 Jtafcot OSMmoitarc
FINE FOR JFJIMATH
Musterole Loosens Up Those
Stiff Joints Drives Oat Pain
YouH know why thousands use
Mosterole once yoa experience the
lad relief it gives.
Get a jar at once from the nearest
drug store. It is a dean, white oint
ment, made with the oil of mustard.
! Better than a mnstard plaster and does
not blister. Brings ease and Uitutot
, while it is being robbed oc!
Mosterole is recommended by man;
dtxluis nnd purees. Milhonsof jars are
used annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff
neck, asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rben
marism, lumbago, pains airi aches of the
bade or Joints, sprains, sore muscles,
braises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds ot
the chest ' i-ftgp prevents pneumonia).
C - ar.d 6S- .I'? hospital s.2e
Zemo tbe Clean, Antiseptic
Liquid, Gives Prompt Relief
There is one safe, dependable treat
meaf thatrefiews ftcbtog torture and
that cleanses and soothes the skin.
Ask any druggist for a 35c or?l bottle
of Zemc and apply it as directed. Soon
yaB'aaB find that irritations, pimples,
MncMyita PC-Buna, blotrhrrtngwoca
aalasnnnrasaa trocbleswill disappear.
zceax tbe penetrating, saosrymg
faasd. k all that is needed, for it
most skin etuutiuus. aa&ea
tfce akia sort, snooth and healthy.
Tfce E W. Bnse Co. arreted, CX
First Step m Tntteeat U a Brbk
PBTgalive Wkk Cafetebf, tie Pari.
fki aJHi Rtfmti CaiMBol Tablets
T&at Are Naceaie$c. Safe lad
Doctors haxe found by exprienr
that ao modtcine for colds and In flu -naa
can b depended upon for full ef
foetlreneaa nntil tbe llrer la made,
thoroughly active. That is wby th-?
first atop la the treatment is th new.
nmasMlesa calomel tablet called Ca'o
tab? which axe freo from tlie sicken -ins
and weakening effects of th oli
stylo calomeL Doctors also poin
out the fact that an active liver .
ro a Ions; way towards preventing
influensa aad is one of the most In -portant
factors in enabling; the Pa
tient to successfully withstand an at
tack and ward off pneumonia.
On Calotab on the tongue at bed
time, with a swallow of water tha: s
all No salts, no nausea nor the sltrht
eat Interference with your eatmr.
pleasure or work. Next morIr.f yoi r
coid has vanid. your hver is a
ttve. your system u purified, and .
axe feellnjr fine, with a heart acre
Jttto for breakfast. Drusgit .
Calotabs only in original sealed ra
area price thirty-five ce" -
money will be cneeriuUy ref:n'
you do not ina them delightfai. AJ