Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, January 14, 1919, Page 14, Image 14

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Stars on Service Flags Must
Be Accounted For.
Mi.imir.mi 1111 1. i uiu ftctuumUi
notrmrnt Started to Make Sore
Thai IIo) Leaving I. S. Sort
ie Got feqnarc Ical.
Evfrr tar on the ervre flags of
TVrtland f rma muM finally be account
ed for to the soldiers', sailors' apd ma
r.nes reconstruction committee to In
ntcmte that the firms have satisfacto
rily completed their obligations to the
sneti who left their service for that of
t.lcir country. This was clearly stated
at the meeting of the reconstruction
committee at the Chamber of Commerce
j eMtrdajr.
It was reported to the committee by
a representative of the Uovernment
Employment Airncr here that many
employers have not seriously consid
ered the re-employment of their men
returning from the service and that
many are being refused Jobs by their
former employers or offered others at
lower wage, from 4 to 102 men per
LPPIXC3. and their attendant
ea continue to claim the
n of the, younger folk.
Last night Miss Marguerite Palitzsch.
who will become the bride of Lieuten
ant y'igglin tomorrow night, enter
tained the members of the bridal party
at her home with an informal dance
and supper. This followed a rehearsal
of the wedding at the Benson Hotel.
The marriage will be a notable event
at the Itenson Hotel tomorrow night,
and it will be attended by hundreds of
I ortland and Vancouver Larracks folk.
Madame Huard. author and lecturer,
who will speak tonight at the Masonic
Temple, will be considerably enter
tained during her stay here. Fhe ar
rived Sunday night and yesterday she
was the guest of honor for a trip on
the Columbia Highway and at a large
dinnur party, for which the Profes
sional Woman's League was hostecss
last night in the University Club.
I'rtor to her talk this evening mem
bers of the Drama League will enter
tain for Haroness Huard at luncheon
and dinner. aswell as another motor
trip around the city.
winners. There will also be a door I
prize. A cordial Invitation is extended
to all and a pleasant evening ia assured.
e e
The Luurelhurst Club Women's Tues
day Afternoon Card Club will meet to
day for bridge and "aOO11 at the club
house. The hostesses for the day are!
Mrs. Henry Rothschild and Mrs. H. G.I
Rinehart. Thursday evening- the mem-1
bers of the club and their guests will I
be entertained at cards at the club
house by Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Smith.
On Sunday afternoon, under the dl
rection of Mrs. Rose Eunn. the Lone
some Club organization was perfected
at the music studio of Roy Marion
Wheeler in the Ooodnough building.
Officers were elected as follows: Mrs.
Rose A. Bunn. president; Roy Marion
Wheeler, vice-president: Clara Olds
Wright, secretary; W. W. MacClearr.
treasurer; sergeants-at-arms. William
Harvey. O. T. Stone and Emma S.
The object of the meetings to be held
bv the organization in In mmnlv fre
lay have appeared at the government entertainment, or. at a nominal fee. club
Kmplovment office srrking Jobs so far.
but it is expected that this number
win increase to 300 or 4vv dally within
a fc w weeks.
Heat Aaelleaata riser e.
Nine-tenths of the men who have so
far applied hare been placed, but it is
said to be much more difficult to place
the tenth man than the other nine to
gether. A great many have been given
jobs In the shipyards, but this Is con
sidered only a temporary solution of
the problem, as many leave these Jobs
as soon as they learn what kind of
work is required of thcrn.
"When every firm has accounted for
very star on Its service flag." said
William K. Woodward, "then the re
turned soldier problem will have been
solved. Rut there will then be left
a great array of men who will have
been thrown out of work In order that
- the returning soluirr may be placed,
and our task then will be to solve this
problem. The heroes come first."
Msaey Allewaaee (.
A complete letter will be sent today
by telegraph to Senator Chamberlain,
tnni by Individual members of the
reconstruction committer, requesting
that he introduce and exercise his
greatest Influence to secure the passage
vf a bill whereby discharged fighters
will be given sufficient funds to en
able them to secure food and lodging
nd to get to their homes when dls- for m Kreat .j of entertain,nx
allied countries, it was said, are re
ceiving enough extra money to support
them for five months after discharge.
Many men already in Portland have
been forced to apply to the Red Cross
for loans or gifts of money or meal
privileges, to any and all strangers
within the city who care to take ad
vantage of such an organization. The
nrxc open meeting will be held on
Wednesday night. January 19. There
is no charge and the public is Invited.
-Sweet Bella of Teare" the latest
after-thc-war song, will be sung by
the audience at the Tuesday night Li
brary sing, to be held on next Tues
day night in room A. Central Library,
at S o'clock. All persons interested are
Invited to Join in the singing or to lis
ten at these "sings, which have started
the Innovation of singing at lrast one
of the late standard popular songs at
each meeting.
Owing to the illness of Mrs. C. D.
LamonL. of Seattle, who has been vis
iting her sister. Mrs. Delia Hsbn Gear
In. the trip planned by them to New
York has been postponed for a short
time. Mrs. Gearln's children also are
111 with Influenza, which also has de
layed their trip.
Mrs. Jervis Webb, of New Tork. and
her small son, Jervis. Jr.. are In Port
land spending a couple of months with
the former's mother. Mrs.. O. L. Camp
bell. Mrs. Webb Is one of Portland's
mo.t popular young matrons, socially
ana in me musical field, and her ores
ence in the city will be the inspiration
PORTLAND clubwomen have a busy
week ahead of them, the presence in
the city of two prominent clubwomen.
who are presidents of state organiza
tions Mrs. Charles H. Castner. of Hood
River, and Mrs. Fred O. Schilke, of I
La Grande insuring a well-filled cal
endar for all organizations in the
city. One of the largest meetings re
sultant from the visit of the prominent I
women ia the conference of the Oregon I
Congress of Mothers and Parent Teach- I
er Associations, to be held tomorrow
at the Girls' Polytechnic School. It
will be an all-day session, and many
Important matters will come before the
meeting. At noon the girls of the I
school will serve luncheon.
Another event in which all the
women's organizations of Portland are
Interested in the lecture to be given
at Masonic Temple this evening by I
Baroness Huard under the auspices of I
the Drama League. The talk by Mad
ame Huard is to be illustrated by pic
tures taken while she was occupying
her residence In the war cone during I
the Invasion. Her subject for the lec
ture is ".My Home in the Field of I
Honor," and as many Portlanders are
already familiar with Baroness Huard's
book or that title, the talk will be all
the more Interesting.
The luncheon and programme of the
Current Literature department of the
Portland Woman's Club scheduled for I
Thursday afternoon, at the residence I
of Mrs. K. R. Pittelkau. 614 Hawthorne
avenue, has been postponed on account!
of the epidemic until further notice.
Mrs. Albert M. Brown is chairman of I
the department.
Woodmere Parent Teacher Assocla-1
tlon will meet this afternoon at 2:30 1
o'clock in the schoolhouse.
The Social Workers' Club will meet
this evening at 7:30 o'clock in the
Courthouse, in room 446. This meet
ing has been called to read a report
from the committee on domestic rela
tions, and also from the legislative I
committee, on the child welfare bill
proposed by the child welfare commit- I
for a clean,
healthy mouth
Particles of food wedge them
selves between your teeth and un
der your gums. They putrify under
the constant warmth and moisture.
Thus "Acid-Mouth" is produced.
"Acid-Mouth" is a condition
which 95 in every 100 persons are
said to have, and which is believed
to be the chief cause of tooth
agony and tooth decay. First the
acid breaks down the hard enamel
and then germs enter and destroy
the soft interior pulp.
Merely to clean your teeth is
not sufficient to counteract "Acid
Mouth. " But Pebeco Tooth Paste
both cleans and polishes and is a
scientific answer to "Acid-Mouth."
Sold by druggists everywhere.
V it
Counteracts "Acid-Mouth"
Chairman George F. Koch, of ih n
tertainment committee, announces lha
the next dancing party of the O. W. R.
at . tmployes' club will be held
t-oiiiiion Hail Friday evening. Club
members and their frfcmin
tickets until th-v can find employment. I forward to this party with pleasure it
An endeavor will be made by the com- I being the initial dan.-o nf th r,w .1,
mittee to open the remainder or me
Oregon Boys' Kmergcncy Fund, about
ISOuv. for Jui-t such emergency loans or
gifts as may be necessary to the men
who have returned to the city.
C'aisBsaltteea Are Appelated.
William t Woodward, chairman of
the organization committee, annou
the chairmen of the following sub-committees
as follows:
Commute on reception at the depot.
rorre A. Brown; registration at Lib
erty Temple. Mrs. J. L Williams; ac
commodation. Thomas J. Swivel; em
ployment. W. F. Woodward: co-operation.
A. F. Flegrl; transportation. Klls
worth K- Benham: decoration. Julius L
Meier; automobiles. W. J. Roope: de
mobilisation. Lverett Ames: publicity.
Ad Club; Insurance. Alma D. Katz, fi
nance. Ira F. Power.
Kvery organisation In the city will be
assigned a part to plar in the reception
of the returning soldiers, sailors and
marines. A strong endeavor is being
ne to have the boy return In units
snd s'lccees in thi matter em likely.
son. i he committee Includes Edith
Aitnow, Irene Crerar. Mrs. Theresa C.
ijepuc. Audrae Gentry, Kdna Hcpp,
r ranees Howard. Mrs. N. W. Kinard
Amy Jvlum. Bertha L. Morris. Mrs. R. U.
.cai. Kesste Ritchie. Grace Stanton
Marie Tydeman. Myrtlo Holton. I'ath-
ncedcrine Mu"rnl". George Crombie. B. B.
Woman's Club will meet this morn
Ins at 1 o'clock in Multnomah Hotel,
gray parlors.
" Council of Jewish Women Auxiliary
will meet today from 1 to 4 o'clock
la the Neighborhood House.
Auxiliary to Company P. ltld Infan
trv. will meet for Red Cross work
today in the Last Side Library at 10
e e
The KVlitnntii) Red Cross Foeletv will
meet todav In the school from 1 un
til 4 o clock to frrw on hospital gar
ments, i
Currigan. Ira L. Davis. Charles IlofeldL
George L. Jones. C. B. Knight. Anton
W. Illk. Frank Laukat. John W. Magers.
r r. fmiin. jr.. Roy s. Swint and Karl
vt aucr.
Captain (Pr.) and Mrs. Marshall K.
tian and two daughters, who have been
in tan hrancisco for some time while
Captain Hall was stationed In the Let
trrman HOKpttal as first assistant to
the chief surgeon, have come to Port
land and it is possible they will make
tneir nome here. Dr. and Mrs. Mar
shall are temporarily domiciled at the
villa St. Clair.
The month of January always lures
a throng of rortland persons to South
ern California resorts and this year the
number Is unusually large, due un
doubtedly to the strain of war relief
and patriotic work, the cessation of
which is bringing about a much needed
rest for men and w omen.
Mr. and Mrs. r. L Rich. Chester B.
Rich. Mrs. C. B. WoodrufT and Caroline
If. Hrptman registered at the Arlington
Hotel. Santa Barbara, lart week.
At the Hotel Del Monte. Del Monte,
are Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Kendall. Mrs. A.
K. Cobb, Miss Florence Kendall, F. N.
Kendall and R. L. Manning.
C G. Anderson. Mrs. A. Antzen. C C
Maple. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ferno. K. C,
s-quire. Frank W. Wllley. Mrs. William
llanley. Mis FT. l- Jacobs, Mrs. W. A.
Felton. W. B. Froude and Mrs. Froude
and nr. L. F. Tucker are at the Clift
The annual banquet of the Methodist
Deaconess Association has been post
poned indefinitely on account of the
influenza epidemic
The annual meeting of the Deaconess
auxiliary of the Oregon Conference will
be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock in
the Multnomah Hotel, gray parlors.
following the monthly meeting of the
board of the W. V. M. F., over which
Mrs. Matt S. Hughes, wife of Bishop
Hughes, win preside and make a short
Piho PricM Transferred.
PAPCO. Wash.. Jan. 11. (Specials
Father Bendr. who has been in charge
of the local Catholic Church for scv
eral years. Is expected to leave Tasro
next week for Harrington, wnere ne
will become pastor of the Catholic
Churrh. Father P. J. Kllleen. who
comes from Puluth. Minn, has been
sent here to become pastor of the Pasco
Pry slabwood and blocus. S. tc IT.
green stamps for rah. llolman Fuel
. Main A 53i3 Adv.
Wrap me
in a bundle and
take me home
with you
Get Rid of That
Persistent Cough
Stop that weakening, persistent cough
er cold, threatening throat or lung af
fections, with Kckman'a Alterative, the
toaic and upbuilder of It years' suc
cessful use. 10c and $1.54 bottles from
druggists, or from
Miss Helen B. Brooks. Miss Elizabeth
Brooks, Sir. and Mrs. J. C. Braly, Mr.
and Mrs. W. Miller and Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. T. Bushong are at the Hotel
Among Portlanders who recently vis
ited in Santa Barbara at different ho
tels are: T. E. Tabbet. Hotel Barbara;
.Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hlggins. Hotel Vir
gtnla: Mrs. Maud Shaver. A. D. Kernan.
A. S. Sonnen. Hotel Barbara; T. F. Holy
Hotel NeaL
Devotees of Ice sports will rejoice in
the announcement made by Homer A.
Rogers, who has decided to open Mt.
Hood Lodge for a brief season from
January -1 to March 4. Snowshoeing.
skiing and sleighing are especially fine
at present and Mr. Rogers will enter
tain parties of 10 at one time.
Captain William Warren Henrv. Jr..
who had ordera to go to Washington
and Chicago on Government business,
has received later orders which will
keep htm in Vancouver Barracks for
some time. He plans to go Last short
ly, however.
The sudden death of Mrs. Lenihan.
wife of Major Lenihan, of the Spruce
Production Division, who made her
home in this city, has caused deep Bor
row to her many friends. Mrs. Lenihan
was one of the most popular young
matrons in the Army set. Her death
occurred Sunday in San Francisco,
where she went shortly before the first
of the year.
The Illinois State Society will meet
Tuesday evening. January 14. In the
assembly-room of the Portland Hotel.
An interesting programme, to be fol
lowed by cards and music, has been ar
ranged by the entertainment commit
tee. A cordial Invitation is extended
to all former residents of Illinois, their
friends and to the men in uniform.
Mrs. Abigail Shaughnessv, of Port
land. Is registered at the Hotel Clark,
I .o Angeles, where she will spend the
Winter months.
The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Ancient
Order of Hibernian will entertain with
cards on Monday evening. January 20,
In their hall. 140 Russell street. Pro
gressive -five hundred" and whist will
be played. Excellent prises have been
secured and win be awarded to the
The French department of the
Woman's Club will meet at 10 o'clock
Wednesday morning at the Multnomah
Hotel. .
a e
Woodlawn P. T. Association will meet
today at 3:13 o'clock In the school as
sembly room. Miss Lettie Holbrook
will preside and she will speak to the
graduating class and their mothers on
' ocational Guidance." Music will be
a feature of the programme.
The executive board of the Portland
Industrial Center will meet this after
noon for luncheon at 209 Caruthers
street. Following the new programm
for the ensuing year, a representative
from each church In the city will be
present and addresses will be made by
Bishop Matt S. Hughes and Rev. W. W.
Toungson. Luncheon will be served at
The oman s Missionary Society o
the First Presbyterian Church will hold
its regular monthly meeting this after
noon at 2:30 In the chapel. An inter
esting programme has been arranged
for the meeting. Including a talk by
Mrs. Charles H. Green, of Saginaw,
Mich., on devotional service, and a talk
on "The Indians of Our Country," illus
trated with lantern tildes, to be given
by Mrs. Glen Townsend. During the
display of pictures, which will feature
the Presbyterian Church among the
Navajos. Mrs. C. M. Barbee will sing
Indian melodies.
The Tuesday Afternoon Club 'will
meet today with Mrs. .'.. A. Bailey, 151S
Hawthorne avenue.
Xfwr Courthouse Near Completion
and Ready for Occupancy.
KLAMATH FALLS, Or.. Jan. 13.
(Special.) With the plastering com
pleted and the marble nearly all in
stalled, much of the woodwork, plumb
ing and other finishing features com
pleted, the Klamath County Main-
street Courthouse soon will be ready
to turn over to someone by the con
tractors, who have been busy on its
construction since early last Summer.
It is expected it will be ready for oc-
cupany in about 20 days.
Whether the Courthouse officials will
move their belongings Into the new
structure and then await final deci
sion of the courts, which Is to settle
the Courthouse question for all time,
or whether they will remain where
they are until It finally is disposed of.
is a subject that is being discussed
by many on the streets here.
Father of Woman Incumbent Be
comes County Sheriff.
TAK1MA. Wesh.. Jan. 13. Miss Ruth
Hutchinson today took office as County
Auditor, and her father, Samuel R.
Hutchinson, at the same time became
Sheriff, the first time in the history of
lakima County that a woman has be
become auditor and the first time in
the history of the state that father and
daughter have been elected heads of
two county offices-
Four yesrs ago Miss Hutchinson en
tered the employ of Auditor C. E. Bar
rett as the most Inexperienced worker
in the office and now presides over
the county department which has the
largest patronage to bestow. She is
but 24. but managed her own political
campaign and received the highest
number of votes cast for any candi
date who bad opposition.
Balkan Campaigns Prevent Waller
De L. Girfard From Taking
Bride in London.
Walter De L. Giffard, who left the
staff of The Oregonian early ia J91S
to enlist in the British army, is now
a major with the British Mediterranean
expeditionary forces and is stationed at
Constantinople, Turkey, according to
information received by Richard- Wil
der, Portland real estate dealer. Major
Giffard was well known in Portland
in 1914 and 1915, when he was auto
mobile editor of The Oregonian
After leaving Portland Mr. Giffard
went direct to London, England, where
he entered an officers' training school
at Cambridge, and was commissioned
a First Lieutenant in the Eighth Ox
ford and Buckingham Pioneers, light
infantry, 26th Division. He soon be
came attached to the Mediterranean
expeditionary force and was the first
allied officer to arrive in Saloniki
Greece, near which place he has re
mained ever since, taking: part in all
the battles on the Saloniki front. When
Turkey surrendered Major Giffard
raised the first British flag in Con
stantinopic. I Pfl MTR A fTfl P'Q PAQF IQ SFT
add luster to the sons-and-dance spe
Jones and Sylvester, one as a huck
ster with a fine line of chatter about
vegetables, and the other an actor who
gets into argument with the huckster,
form a comedy pair which captures
laughs. They both have good singing
voices and a lot of new material, in
which their voices are heard in harmo
nious unison.
A picturesque girl and a comedian
who doesn't mind her poking fun at
him arc the Stephens-Brunelle duo.
They chat profitably with humorous
punctuations and step a bit and sing
a lot. all of it in cheeriest, entertain
ing mood. The girl wears smart-look
ing frocks.
A comedy turn is offered by Eldridge,
Barlow and Eldridge, In their skit, "A
Rural Delivery." An old rube store
keeper is a good Samaritan to a pass
ing pretty maid and they proceed to
sing about it and dance, too. Then the
delivery maid enters and the farce be
comes a riotous one. The maid is acute
ly thin and emphasizes it in her striped
frock and eccentricities of dance and
maneuvers. The audience applauded the
skinny girl to the rafters and the act
ended in a burst of applause.
A beautiful number, in which a fine,
big, white horse, three graceful retriev
ers and a man and woman pose as
statues, opens the bill. The posing is
exceedingly lifelike and beautiful in
June Mills, who capitalizes her obe
sity, sings and rouglihouses, while her
partner, who has a deep bass voice,
warbles in the orchestra. A new series
of interesting educational film produc
tions preceded the bill.
Before his enlistment in 1913 the ex
automobile editor became engaged to
marry Miss Isla Cammell. of London. Clatsop Man Seeks to Recover $1
nd has tried three times to get
leave from action in Greece so that he
might return to England to be mar
ried. Each time, although the leave
was granted, he was prevented from
making the trip by new campaigns in
the Balkans. He is now making an
other effort to reach his homeland.
Miss Cammell is a sister of Mrs.
Frank Wilder, of London, whose hus
band is a brother of Richard Wilder.
Both Mrs. Wilder and Miss Cammell
are now working in a iirmsn army
hospital In London.
At the Theaters.
0 00 for Road Grading.
ASTORIA. Or., Jan. 13. (Special.)
A change of venue has been granted
in the case of F. C. Feldschad against
Clatsop County and it will be called
for trial in the Circuit Court at fct.
Helens on February 13.
The action was brought to recover
about $29,000 alleged to be due on his
contract for grading the Lewis and
Clark road. The plaintiff claims he
was interfered with so badly by the
County Court, roadmaster and other of
ficials he was unable to finish the
worn Jn accordance wun nis original
CANNIBAL king, who strikes ter
ror to the heart of a dancing mis
sionary and who is rounded up properly I
and tamed by the missionary's niece.
occupies first space on the new bill at
antages. The cannibal king, friskily
played by Gus Elmore, is a rich brown
native with rings on his fingers and
!300 Acres May Be TJnder Ditch
During Next Tear.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or.. Jan. 13.
(Special.) Rapid steps are being- made
here toward the irrigation of 2300
aefA nf 1 -i n r? near thA known a
bells on his toes, and he emits a choice tho Enterprise Irrigation Company.' and
it is believed that the water win be
collection of assorted noises, register
ing a gamut of emotions by sounds
only. He carries a huge club and, after
e frightens the little blonde daughter
f tho missionary, she proceeds to tame
him and drag him around at the end of
rope as exhibit A The niece is smart
ly presented by Roberta Lloyd and the
ancing missionary is neatly done Dy
Walter Terry, who is an excellent step
per. - A group of busy cannibal maids
flowing over these lands within the
next year. There are about 30 farmers
interested In. the venture.
The cost of the development per acre
Sale of Blouses
of Crepe
de Chine
and Georgette
at $8.50
Big reductions on the smartest models
in New Beaded, Embroidered, Ruffled,
Slip-on and Other Novel Styles.
A host of ' new arrivals, specially purchased
for this sale, besides dozens of handsome
models taken from our own stock and sharply
5 Reasons Why
You Should Select the
Apex Electric Washer
In every neighborhood Apex Machines are proving
.their superiority. Tell us where you live and we
will tell you of a satisfied owner of an Apex living
near your home. These are the reasons:
1 Greater Capacity
Apex Washers wash faster and
cleaner so you can wash more
2 Easier to Handle
All metal. Tub as easy to keep
clean as a pan.
3 Most Convenient
Swinging wringer saves moving
heavy tubs and extra handling of
4 Absolutely Safe
All moving parts covered. No burn
ing out of motor or fuses.
5 Economy
iower first cost and lower oper
ating cost less than l'c per hour.
Sold on Easy Payments
Visit Our Model Laundry and Let Us Show You How
Easy It Is to Wash Electrically
J. C. English Co.
Everything Electrical
148 Fifth St 2d Floor
Between Morrison and Alder
is not expected to exceed $11, although
tho farmers have authorized the voting
of $40,000 bonds if necessary.
Enemy Alien Is Released.
ATLANTA, Ga.. Jan. 13. Charles F.
Banning, wealthy Pittsburg manufac
turer, interned at Kort Oglethorpe, as
an enemy alien, today was ordered re
leased by Federal Judge Newman.
Read The Oregonian classified ads.
Bank Boys Dairy Cattle.
WALLA WALLA. Wash.. Jan. 13.
(Special.) A carload of dairy cattle
arrived In Walla Walla this morning
consigned to the Farmers' Savings
Bank. These cows are registered and
are for distribution among the farm
era They were purchased in the Wil
lamette Valley by C. L. Jamison, the
bank's agriculturist.
Rub Pain, Ache, Soreness and
Swelling Right Out With
"St. Jacobs Liniment."
Rub it on a sprained 'ankle, wrist,
fhoulder, back or a sprain or strain
anywhere, that's when you realize the
magic in old, honest "St. Jacobs Lini
ment," because the moment it is applied
out comes the pain, ache, soreness and
swelling. It penetrates right into the
injured muscles, nerves, ligaments, ten
dons and bones, and relief comes in
stantly. It not merely kills pain, but
soothes and heals the injury so a quick
recovery Is effected.
Get a small trial bottle of "St.
Jacobs Liniment" right now at any drug
store and stop suffering. Nothing else
sets things straight so quickly so
thoroughly. It is the only application
to rub on a bad sprain, strain, bruise
or swelling. Adv.
Specially Exdnsiva II
II and Teachers. J V"?'V7ryr S56 Wet -
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New Life in Me"
Mr. W. JT. rennington, Whar
ton, Ark., writes: "I am taking
Cadomene Tablets and they are
putting new life in me. I had a
bad case of the grip the last Win
ter, and my physician's prescrip
tion did me no good. I saw that
Cadomene was recommended for
a case like mine and I sent 20
miles to get them. Now, after
using only one week I am gaining
strength, eating with a relish
and sleeping like a baby," etc.
Any nervous, weak, impoverished
man or woman can take Ca
domene with certainty of helping
thera back to strength and vigor.
Every purchase guaranteed sat
isfactory to the purchaser. Sold
by druggists everywhere. Adv.
For Burning Eczema
Greasy salves and ointments should
not be applied if good clear skin is
wanted. From any druggist for 35c, or
$1.00 for large size, get a bottle of Zemo.
When applied as directed it effectively
removes eczema, quickly stops itching;
and heals skin troubles, also sorea,
bums, wounds and chafing. It pene
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