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Good Jewelry
When you buy jewelry, it should
be good in quality as well as style.
Cheap, unworthy articles are an.
extravagance. Honest values are a
good investment. Everything we
show is dependable. Prices reason
able.
BOYD PARK
fCHJHDtD 1^02
MAKERS OF JEWELRY
SALT LALL CITY
r,f> MAIN STMTT
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
— BoîcIca. Oldsmohilw, &Î*.
Gnarinteed fir« clan
ierm» if warned br
right partie*. Write for detailed list and descrip
tion, Used Car Dept..
RandalLDodd Auto Co., Salt Lai
50 splendid used
fjonali- $250 to $((00.
ning condition
Clrr
EXPERT KODAK Finishing
Hare onr professional photographers do your
finishing.— C IJ I DI tDC 14-4 .South Main
Box 791. OUirL.EiA.J Salt Lake City
Supplies
Films
Cameras
HELP WANTED
fiteLr nnn I &.W barber trade Many small
towns need barbers; good opportunities open
over draft at'e. Barbers iu army have
ood as officers commission- Get prepared
few weeks. Call or write. Moler Barber
College, 43 S. West Temple St.. Salt Lake City,
ages learn
for
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MANDALAY BEST IN WINTER
Burmese Capital Known to All Whites
in India as an Ideal Cold
Weather Resort.
Doubtless it will surprise a great
many persons to learn that Mandalay,
famed of song and story, is little morh'
than a half century old. It was built
In 1856 by King Mindon, who made it
the capital of what was then indepen
dent Burmah.
Something more than 300 feet above
the level of the sea, Mandalay sits
tightly upon a stretch of tableland
Just In front of the Shan hills. .The
city proper extends over about five
• . , » lltA ,. , , ,
square miles, but the military district
of Mandalay covers a more extensive
area.
With the British soldier, Mandalav
has taken on a great deal of the char
acter of a vacation resort. In the tor
rid months of the Burmese summer
the heat becomes very great, some
times making the thermometer rise to
119 degrees in the shade; but relief is
easily found in the adjacent hills. The
British sanitary officers have succeed
ed in exterminating all the fevers and
other diseases with which the climate
,was once infested.
In winter—or as near to winter as It
gets—Mandalay becomes a semiparn
dlse, for the temperature stays Ht
about 50 degrees. Happy the British
soldier who Is assigned to this garri
son.
Like as not he sits of afternoons un
Jderneath the shadow of the Moulmien
•pagoda gazing dreamily at the flotillas
on the Irrawaddy.
"Can't you hear their paddles chunk
4n' from Rangoon to Mandalay?"
Or perhaps he looks at the distant
mountains, fabled to be so rich in ala
baster and rubies. And^ery often the '
whole picture as drawn by Kipling is J
bells and 1
the Burmese maiden.
- RANG OUT ALARM OF FIRE
As Late as Civil War Days New York
Employed Bells to Warn Citizens
of Danger.
Not longer ago than Civil war days
fire alarms were rung in the city on
great bells hung in towers erected for
the purpose about the town. The bells
Indicated tlie district in which the fire
was and sometimes a good deal of
ground was covered In looking for a
fire. The First district, for instance,
in Civil war days extended from Twen
ty-second street north to Yorkville and
from the East river to the North.
The bell ringers were constantly on
duty in the towers watching for signs
of a fire. An Inventory of the contents
of the old Marion street bell tower in
1805 shows tlie equipment then in use.
It Is as follows : "One bell, weight 11,
000 pounds; one striking apparatus,
one stove, table, clock, one spyglass,
one field glass, one slate and hook."
The fire hells of the old city could
be heard all over the town unless a
gale of wind was blowing. The largest
boll was in the City hall tower. Its
weight was 23,000 pounds.—New York
Times.
, _
Amusing Trick Is Simple.
One of the most amusing tricks In
Breworks is the serpent's eg^ trick,
where a little pellet when lighted turns
into a horrible snake, manr, many
At z * TT/vi«
times the size of the pellet. How
flwe-inspiring it is to the youncster!
jlost people have no idea what In the
r . , . . _ _ rri-_
ftvorld onuses tue snake to appear. T o
explanation is simple. Mercury Sill*
Jiho-cyanld burns with a voluminous
The little pellet Is nothing more
sul pho-cyn nid.
ash.
than some mercury
The heat causes the ash to move off
so quickly from the burning pellet thnt
It writhes and distorts Itself Into the
Shape of a miniature snake.
The Social Fabric.
To uphold the social system women
submit to uncounted tests of their con
stancy. They endure physical discom
fort, ennui, the peril of cohl drafts uud
damp places, hours of weariness and
moments of ucute annoyance for the
Silke of what, ta a man, is an unim
portant social matter. And even
though at times she feels that it would
matter ItJJle if the whole social scheme
of things should perish—and that in
stantly with fire and bloodshed if need
t>e—rather than require so much of
ter, she stands to her colors.
Helpless as a Baby
Bent Like an Old Man and
Suffered Terribly—Quickly
Cured by Doan's.
Jno. Bleumke, Jr,, 2553 Courtland
St., Chicago, 111,, says : "I was
down with my back suffering from
lumbago. I walked like an old man,
ali bent over. My back pained
terribly and when I
moved rny arms my
hack hurt. I finally
had to go to bed and
just felt sick all over
and was helpless as a
baby. My kidneys act
ed too frequently, the
secretions were scanty
and highly colored. I
had terrible pains in the back of my
head and I felt drowsy all the time.
I finally used Doan's Kidney Pills
and soon felt one hundred per cent
better. When I finished the one
box I was entirely cured. The
pains left my back and head and
my kidneys acted normally. I am
glad to recommend Doan's to other
kidney sufferers."
Get Doan's at Any Store, 60c e Box
KIDNEY
PILLS
FOSTER-M1LBURN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y.
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Fir. Bleumke
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DOAN'S
Mary's Wish.
Mrs. M-Is an enthusiastic work
er in the United States food clubs.
She has been using the substitutes
end, to make her broad more palatable,
she recently bought a bread stick pan.
as corn bread baked in these pans
has more crust,
came on tlie dinner table in the eve
ning the little four-year-old Mary ex
claimed : 'iOIi, mamma, I want one of
your food clubs quick."
When the bread
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la an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per
BO ns who are subject to frequent "colds
h^'s^cataerh 3 MEDICINE* se w m
build up the System, cleanse the Blood
and render them less liable to colds.
Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may
lead to Chronic Catarrh.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak
en Internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
All Druggists 75c. Testimonials free.
Fin^.no for anv rase of catarrh that
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not
cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
It's awfully hard on some men's
eyes when they look for perfection in
themselves.
Japan is buying army horses in Ver
mont.
ASTHMA
INSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH
HH
OR H0ti£Y REFUNDED ASK ANY DRUGGIST
Small Pill
Small Dose
Small Price
Carter's
WITTLE
HIVER
■ pills.
j
FOR
CONSTIPATION
have stood the test of time.
Purely vegetable. Wonderfully
quick to banish biliousness,
headache, indigestion and to
clear up a bad complexion.
Genuine bear* signature
PALE FACES
Generally Indicate a lack
of Iron in the Blood
Carter's Iron Piils
Will help this condition
Every Wemail Wants
99
;Ut 4 S^T/C^Dwi>ER;
FÜR rLKöLMNAL HYUibJNi.
| Dissolved in water for douches atop*
1 pelvic c&tarrh, ulceration and inflam
motion. Recommended by Lydia £.
Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years,
A wonder for na.al catarrh,
sore throat anci «ore eyea. Economical,
ex{notx iiD 9 iy derang ard gemnddal power.
sample Free. 50c. all dniggists. « postooMj by
j ToJrt -^ .Y^V,>
cyg« n siTT i
I RiJ - |yjg«|--£ {.ai I a Lw
eY DMtnbnlNü
Salts and oil are DANGEROUS.
Few cat: le die of constipation ; many of
PARALYSIS of the bowels. Give
LAXOTCNiC
. Fcsii ively
âi y on the tom;
pi events and ov»*rcoices b -th.
Excellent tov lost» of appetite.
44T OUR DEALERS
or Postpaid 50 Cents.
Send for prie* tistof medicines.
Consult DK.
about all animal att
Information free. Get a F»EE copy of "Th, Cat«»
IffcMIat" with full information on Absr'.mi la Cowl
ML DAVID lOttm «ET. CO., 100 Crant An.. Waukesha. W.»
f Vi
DAVID ROBERTS
cuts.
A Bad Cough
If neglected, often leads to serious trouMe.
Safeguard your health, relieve your distress
and soothe your Irritated throat by taking;
PISO'S
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Drop Freezone on a touchy
corn, then lift that corn
off with fingers
Doesn't hurt a hit ! Drop a little
Freezone on an aching corn. Instantly
that corn stops hurting, then you lift
It right out- Yes, magic! No humbug!
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£
A tiny bottle of Freezone costa buta
few cents at any drug store, but Is suf
fl-rient to remove every hard corn, soft
torn, or corn between the toes, and the
.'alluses, without soreness or irritation.
Freezone is the sensational discov
ery of a Cincinnati genius. It Is won
lerful.—Adv.
Suggestion on Patches.
All men who are wearing their pants
m a win-the-war schedule must be
•areftil that the attritive pressure he
(istributed so that the two rear patcli
*s may become necessary simultane
lusly. A new patch with a worn com
panion patch is not sightly and is not
Indicative of even and symmetrical
war service.—Houston Post.
FOB WEAK KIDNEYS
Have you ever stopped to reason why
it is that so many products that are ex
tensively advertised, all at once drop out
of sight and are soon forgotten? Die
reason is plain—the article did not fulfil
the promises of the manufacturer. This
applies more particularly to a medicine.
A medicinal preparation that has real
curative value almost sells itself, a3 like
an endless chain system the remedy is
recommended by those who have been
benefited, to those who are in need of it.
A prominent druggist says, "Take for
example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a
preparation I have sold for many years
and never hesitate to recommend, for in
almost every case it shows excellent re
sults, as many of my customers testify.
No other kidney remedy that I know of
has so large a sale."
According to sworn statements and
verified testimony of thousands who have
used the preparation, the success of Dr.
Kilmers' Swamp-Root is due to the fact
that so many people claim, it fulfils al
most every wish in overcoming kidney,
liver and bladder ailments, corrects ur
inary troubles and . neutralizes the uric
acid which causes rheumatism.
You may receive a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root by Parcel Post. Address
Dr. Kilmer 4 Co., Binghamton. N. Y., and
enclose ten cents; also mention this paper.
Large and medium size bottles for sale
at ail drug stores.—Adv.
A Land in Mourning.
At dinner parties in France no flow
ers are now seen on the dinner tables
<nu people never go arm-in-arm.
This custom of "no flowers" always
prevails among families in mourning,
ana as long as French territory is in
the hands of invaders a "deuil du
pays" will be observed."—London Ex
press,
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
lor infants and children, and see that it
Bears the
Signature of
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Suspicious Motives.
Nippen— Funny tiling about old Tlte
wodd. His wife coaxed him all sea
son for enough money to go on a va
cation. He finally gave her #10 an C
told her to <ttay ns long as site liked
Tuck—And did she go?
Nippen —No, -she thought her hus
band must have had a sudden change
of heart and she had better stick
around.
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The Come-back man was really nevei
down-and-out. His weakened condition
**<•'"««* of. overwork, >-k of exercise, mi
proper eating and living demands stimula
tion to eatisiy the cry i«»r a health giving
appetite and tlie refre.-hmg sleep essential
to strength. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil
TOO WEAK
TO FIGHT
Capsu!-; the N&tiox
will do the work. They arc wonderful,
iinee of these capsules each dav will put
a man on ins tect betöre he knows it:
whether his trouble conies from uric acid
poisoning, the kidneys, gravel or stone ir
the bladder, stomach derangement or other
ailments that befall the over-zealous Amer
ican. The best known, most reliable rein
f;ly for these trouble, U GOLD MEDAL
Haarlem Oil Capsules. This remedy has
stood the test tor more than 2U0 vears !
since its discovery in the ancient iabora- !
tones in Holland. It acts directly and
gives relief at once. Don't wait until you j
are entirely down-and-out, but take them !
today. Y'our druggist will gladly refund
your money if they dr> not help you.
t no substitutes. Look for the name
LD MEDAL on er--y box. three sizes. |
They are the pure, original, imported ;
Haarlem Oil Capsules.—Adv.
Ac
Hep.
"On to Berlin," cried the Britisher.
"Awgwan," replied the Yank, "we've
! >eeji ento hcr fer years."
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Private Domingo Frugoli
telle is officially reported missing in
action, according to a message received
by the soldier's fahter.
"Farmers, hold your wheat, and do
not sell below the government price,"
is the advice given out to Idaho fann
ers by It. L. Bicknell, state food ad
ministrator. .
While our walking on the highway
it of Burley, Mrs. Ida Hess was
struck by a passing automobile, receiv
ing injuries that resulted in her death
about an hour later.
If the war lasts through another
grazing season Emile Grandjean, su
pervisor of the Boise forest, is of the
opinion that it will he necessary to use
women sheep herders.
is of the last week have inter
fered somewhat with riie curing of the
third cutting of alfalfa in many dis
tricts. and reports indicate that, the
crop has been considerably damaged.
The potato crop is being gathered
in good shape, although the late crop
in Canyon county is in some danger
of damage from second growth, in
duced by tlie rains and warm weather.
Loren Kannegaard. 57 years old, was
found dead in the cellar of his ranch
house, eight miles south of Kuna, after
having been dead apparently about
rhree days. Death was due to natural
causes.
King Hill, learning that Boise had
not yet obtained its full quota for the
al lied Cross linen shower,
«Tote that it had more than its quota
and sent the balance to its friend, the
Boise chapter, with best wishes.
The state's general fund accumu
lated #12,469.37 during September over
tlie balance of *8249.72 the first of the
month and totaled #20,719.09 Septem
ber 30, according to the monthly report
of John W. Eagteson, state treasurer.
Policeman .1. C. Sherrod. Democratic
candidate for county sheriff, and one
of the best known men in Pocatello,
was shot by an unknown negro at 9
o'clock at night, dying on the operat
ing table at a local hospital two hours
later.
Many of tile wood-working plants in
Idaho have been forced to suspend
operations, and the workingmen, feel
ing that they could serve their country
in a more direct way, have gone into
the shipyards and other active war in
dustries.
The courts will decide whether or
not tlie state board of houlth acted
within its powers in issuing the clos
ing order as a preventive against pos
sible spread of Spanish influenza in
tlie state, as all violators are to he
arrested.
J. Darling was fined #17 and costs
for being drunk on the streets of
Boise, and upon his inability to pay
the fine was committed to serve his
time in the city jail or work in Julia
Davis park. Darling claims he was
drinking hard cider.
The action of the state board of
health in asking that all public gather
ings in Idaho be discontinued resulted
in a postponement of the meeting of
the Idaho conference of Congregation
of I'oea
just C)
u.
coll
i churches which was to have met
.N'ew Plymouth. October 15 to 17.
The following Idaho men were com
missioned in the army Wednesday
last week : Krncsï H. Elmore. Rupert,
first lieutenant medical corps : Burr
Winslow. Burke, second lieutenant air
service; (.'hartes It. Stewart, Wallace,
second lieutenant sanitary corps.
As far as known there has been no
case of Spanish influenza in Idaho
Falls or Bonneville county. Every
precaution is being taken to prevent
its appearance. All public indoor
gatherings are prohibited. Theaters
are closed and no church services are
being held.
More rigid application of the work
or tight order may be asked of draft
hoards of the state by Governor Alex
ander as a means of obtaining men
from non-essential occupations to help
with harvesting of crops which would
otherwise seriously suffer because of
shortage of labor.
The War Victory commission of the
General Federation of Woman's clubs
has been ask eil to send to France nr
once a unit of 100 workers for fur
tough homes, as quickly as if can he
■ssetnhled. A rough estimate of
luanclng the cost of tills uni: is *200.
>00. Idaho's quota is $3000.
tnd Maggie Bant celebrated
their sixtieth wedding anniversary at
Treasureton last week, at which there
were present three sons, three daugh
rers. with wives and husbands, thirty
great-grandchil
grandmothers,jhrea
,
1
'ranckdiihiren. fifteen
dren.
great-grandmothers, seven g
vive
ors.
In police court ar I'•>•
roher 11, tines aggregat:
imposed upon offenders.
' five paying
lines amounting to $70 and two
injî ,i,^ j a! | „-nt. „ -es. S'x t
. , ,
' s * Ior ~ 'ni > t; i >ur or whom
for.e 5 red bends ef $L'Ô eu n, and tu o
I ...r und r>uv : n r fines n
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K;ir | ouklev. u teacher in UaUlwcll
hi^tli selnml, has contracted smallpox,
and two other teachers near town are
ls
A new ruling by the state food ad
ministration of Idt.lio makes it com
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en cases
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r
ouch.
reported afflicted with the disease. It
thought that the disease can he
traced to the teachers' institute, held
in Boise some time ago.
rangement potato consumers will uo
longer have to pay top prices for ;
small notatoes. .
pulsory for potato growers to sort and
grade their product this year before
offering them for stile. Under this ar
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Nothing else really matters until we do!
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AMO ALL NOSE
AND THROAT DISEASES
PINK EYE
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Cures the sick and acta as a preventative for others.
Liquid given on the tongue. Sate for brood mares and
all others. Best kidney remedy. 60 cents a bottle. J5 50 a
nozer. Soid by all druggists and turf goods bouses, or
sent, express paid, by the manufacturers. Booklet. "Dis
temper. Cause and Cure." free.
SPÜHN MEDICAL CO., Goshen. Ind., C. S. A.
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Eternal vigilance isn't always the i Somehow the things we imagine
rice o fliberty—sometimes it's $10 would make us perfectly happy are
and costs. generally possessed by others.
Chinese are said to be taking to the
alcohol habit.
Hanging is too good for a paiiiting
that is badly executed.
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What Is the cause c< Indigestion, dys
Moar, heartburn, food repeating,
ur stomach,
les ? Just thl
takes the pep and punch out of them,
leaves little
Strike at the very cause of all this
trouble and clean this excess acid out
of the
ach a
vitality
t:
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:ng. gassy,
stomach mi:
•tomacll—euperacidity
call it.
strength, vitality
to be real
11 ke
aci«l
the doctors
of their full
d the power to enjoy
oraaeb. Thi
»ace to dlgi
ill do the rest.
Jerful
ill give the atom
the food properly:
It robs mil
nat
hr
remedy removes ex
st dlscom
. made in
food to esc
EATON IU
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It is
acid month
teeth. The acid Is so power
t through the bard
he teeth to decay.
This Is fair warning of what excess acid
ity will do to the delicate organi/atim
i matter of fact, ex
iy produces a great
able symp
> "SteOBTCb
>c of a long
nts. Aclrt
b interferes with the diges-fon
the food to ferment. This
. fermented food passes into
-•here it becomes the
germs and toxic
absorbed
into the bkvxl and distributed through
out the entire body.
Wherever
ac-M stomach — people who. wbl>
actually down sick are always aid
h?*ve no appetite, food
belching all the time.
pHiniur of beînjr *renk
ce*s add wiiboui
fort. It Is calïe
tbe form of tabiet
k* a lit
lit ora lli absorbs tbe injur!
d carries It away thro»
t;.
EATONK
ful that It
icy are
ndy.
enamel and
e In
tesrines. It drives the bloat out of tbe
body—you can fairly feel it work.
Try EATONIC and
bloat, heartburn, be
the stomach:
not
painful and dis:
that we generally
troubles,'' but it Is the <
train of very serf*
w quickly
It b
food-repeat tag.
t<jo. how quickly your general
hew much more
ted—how nervousn
to:
indigestion.
all
health
if your
Improve
:
food Is dlgesi
Irritability dis
it is to sret bn
tai v
to work
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mass of s
Learn
ip
the fntestl
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iM
a
breeding place f'
. which in turn
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vim. Enjoy the
at it
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fair
of
'1C from 7"nr
you see viel
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drt?
not
t<xi:
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•nrmun
and t 1
worn out. It Ls this excess aebiity that
f «ni
will ret'ucd /'»ur
it bat
money.
Made by Dr. O. M. Frankii \ the originator, is GUARANTEED TO FRCTECT A CALF FOR LIFE
AGAINST BLACKLEG. It has steed the test for over four years off ever a mi:
have every confidence In It. WE BACK THAT CONFIDENCE wi'h a WRiTTEN GUARANTEE *f you
vrish. and charge yea fifty certs per dcse. Or will ae'-d ycu t'<~* SAME VACCINE lor
ake CNE QUALITY OF VACCINß
es aed our urers
!
forty cen:s per d~sc witheui tne Guarantee. W s
s for injec::r.*. $2.50. Write us about it.
THE KANSAS BLACKLEG SERUM CO.
600 Liv- Stock E—-h-c.-o Bids.
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Below the Surface.
"Ditl you grasp the point in Mr. Ful
ler's submarine Joke?"
"No, it was too deep for me."
Soothe Your
Itching Skin
L-O^Wiih Cuticura
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Her Way.
Stella—Are yon saving money?
Bella—Well, every day I think of J
more things Ï don't buy.
All »IruionstN: Soap 2S. OintmentCSA SO. T;«Jrtus*3.
Simple each free of CaUcora. Dipt I. Boetoa "
PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
Chicago has noon victory prayers. J
A toilet preparation of mertl
Help« to eradicate dandruff.
j For Re* toi in« Color and
Beauty to Ci ray or Fadod Hair,
60c. and $ meat j)rutfnn»Ca |
Granulated Eyelids, |
Eyes inflamed by expo- j
sure to San, Bus) ami Wind ,
uickly relieved by Marine !
yeRemtiiy. No Smarting, ernpi sivï everything! i»iam m.-du..
lust Eve Comfort. At ■>*»« • pueaciotli. i>iwb*r, «te., quickly.nauma«
Your Druggists or by mail 60c per Bottle. *'«»e •&«<«*. «.«iivin.. ism * «iw
For Boo t of Ihe Eye free write » a
Murine tje Remedy Co», Chicago. w - N. U, Salt Lake City, No. 42-19181
Your
Eyes?,

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