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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
WEDNESDAY, FEBjUJARy t.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL i
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
Published every evening except Sun
4t by The Capital Journal Printing Ctt.
lie fcouth Commercial street.
Telephones circulation and Boarnesa
Office, Si; Editorial Tooma. si.
GEORGE PUTNAM.' Editor-Publisher
Entered aa-second cliu mail matter
at Saltm, Uregoo.
SIMS ON AMERICANISM.
a DMIRAL SIMS, in a Lincoln day speech at Jersey City, said:
Amafi9 will nnt ctnnri
' "Americanism ! Ve
conneouencea of a trial for murder
with all society on the witness stand,
with tome trepidation."
In I'uer Dismay
The? paper dropped from my hand
and I sank back amoug the pillows in
. ... .
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HOT TO AFFILIATE
V1TH A1IY AGENCY
Portland, Or., Feb. IS. Rumors
that the selling agency of the Oregon
Grower.-' Co-operative association is to
he. turned over to the Northwestern
Fruit Kxcliange, a Seattle concern,
were t luptiactlcally denied yesterday
by C. I. Lewis, manager of the Oregon
organixiitiun, who declined that it will
liuve its own sales force, will sell Its
outmit under its own brands and
throuuh lu own connections.
That the Northwestern Fruit I'.x
change, of which Reginald H. Parsons
ii president and W. F. Ciwin, general
manager, is reaching out to eme.fi
such grower within Its operation an
It may reach through various means,
wan freely stated on every hand yen
terday nmong those who nre familiar
with the stiuatlon, but that it would
fail in eo doing was as generally be
lieved The Skookuin Packers' association is
Joining with the Northwestern Frurt
F.xchnnge In a 4-day "conference of
fruit-growing interests," In Seattle, ac
cording to an advertisement recently
Inserted In a local paper. A genera
Invitation has been extended to T
ry fruit grower, investor In orchard
property, banker or merchant directly
or indlcttly inteosted" In the subjects
of "adequate cold storage wareiiougts
in producing districts, ways and means
'of mlnlmlsdng the dangers of car short,
ego, way und means of solving the
turn to problem of a dependable supply
of boxen at reasonable cost, co-operative
purchase of orchard supplies, ru
bor and bank credits." The meting
will be. held today, tomorrow, Friday
und Saturday at (he Seattle Press club.
IVrsoniicl Draws Attention.
"Jt will be extrumuly lnicinng,
Bald one Portland man who has Inter
ests in the apple Industry, "to see who
attends this Seattle conference, called
by pihutn oomimnles supposedly to
discuss co-operative, affairs. Who will
tlio growers be, If any, In attendance
from Oregon? What is the Induce
ment to .be held out to theui, .if tney
lo Httl'litl ?"
One thing seins certain the Ore
gon Growers' Co-operative association
will not he represented ut the Seattle
conference, but will proceed along its
original pulley of marketing the pro
duets of lis members, now -numbering
those wlm control approximately
1,000 acres of fruit orchards, chiefly
in the Willamette valley, and will tits
pose of these under n ajngle brand
through its own sales forces and sell
Humors Declared I nfonndcil
"Then Is absolutely nothing lu fye
rumors that the Oregon Growers Co
uueriitlve association intends to use
I lie North w esttirn
Us npIIIiik agency,
Is-, manager, in Salem yesterday. "Ab-
colutoly nothing to it at all. We wlli
our own seuuig ngeneles, our own
Kiles force anil our own brands and
will lin n .1 1.- the products of our or-t-liHitls
absolutely independent of any
other oi truncation. 1 nni unable to
understand where this false rumor
minted, unless it was put lu motion l
t-mii of our enemies,
"As far as our .organisation Is cen
corned, it wll lnot he represented at
the Hostile conference. We are all too
Imsy. Robert C. I'anlus, our sales
iminuger, Is In the east, making soiling
t'onneitlons and our entire force is n.
gawd In working out the original pol
icy of the organisation to 'h.irvessj
tore or ship and Hel the products of
our. orchards under our own brand
ami. to make Oregon fruits a house-.
. jio worn everywhere
priticism that is adverse as Britain does.
oiq oil l-in-ht n n i-l f XL'a OTfl oil lTrvn (r lr,n't let nnvhodv tell us utter -djsmay.
I VV v , ..It.g that ,-omlns Tbat jroman!"
abOUt It. . . , said Alice furiously.
This loose talk was in extenuation w the course pursued by "Don't. be too sure. Alice," I an
Hhe host British admiral in the American nan." in criticisinir , swered. "i hate to blame a woman
h TlnltnA Ctotoo no.tr anA ia ennrluef nf tVio ir-ar anrl it ia ovi. for everything which happens. Sure-
dent that the Admiral deeply resents the criticism of himself that
his attitude provoked in retaliation.
Admiral Sims offers conclusive proof of his own "American
ism," according to his narrow definition of the word, because he
cannot stand criticism that is adverse, though most liberal in be
stowing it upon others. x
Intollerance of criticism, however, is not Americanism, but
is a human defect, not confined to America but more "or les3 uni
versal. He who criticises freely must in all fairness expect crit
icism in return and ought to take it with good grace.
Admiral Sims has a queer conception of Americanism and it
is barely possible that Sims may be defective rather than Ameri
canism. At least he is chattering himself out of the good graces
COMMERCIAL SURVEY NEEDED.
J M0NG the needs' of Salem is a commercial survey of its indus
trial and productive activities, the 'agricultural and horticul
tural resources of the tributary territory and their development
and possibilities. .
Every few days the Capital Journal receives from eastern
manufacturing concerns, some of them contemplating activities
in this section and.the establishment of factories, requesting def
inite data concerning the community, its volume of production,
its payrolls, its transportation facilities, and other information
necessary for those contemplating business activities.
Strange as it may seem, there has nevef been a survey of
this character made, and the best reply possible to various re
quests consists of approximate estimates, and generalities. The
state labor commissioner has sent out a questionaire, which, when
returned and compiled a year hence will partially, but only par
tially, supply the desired information but that can do little to
promote Salem-s interests the coming year.
Without such definite information, it is impossible for the dis
tant capitalist to give proper consideration to the claims of Salem
as a desirable place for investment and the definite information
supplied by other localities give them the advantage in his con
siderations. It is to be hoped that the Commercial Club's publicity budeet
is fully subscribed so that funds will be available to make such a
survey, which must be the basis of any effort made to secure
new industry and attract investment.
By ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
The heavy snowfall of the recent storms caught New York
unprepared and as helpless as Salem was last December. Mayor
Hylan, however, swung the pick to show police how to dig snow
which is more activity than Salem's mayor displayed in the
Secretary Lansing has suddenly become a great statesman
since he was ousted as secretary of state, according to news
papers who during his tenure of office lamented his mediocrity.
Mr. Hoover is talking more on vital issues than all the presi
dential candidates combined. There will be no doubt in anybody's
mind where he stands- which is most impolitic, and proves that
Hoover is no politician. He should wait until the politicians make
a platform before expressing ppinions to be orthodox.
The Anti-Saloon League admits that Wm.'J. Bryan is being
paid for speeches for prohibition and its enforcement by the
League', which raises the query, "Will Mr. Bryan attend the
Democratic convention as a paid counsellor for the League to
force a prohibition plank?"
BT WAT.T MASON S
ly Karl Shcpard must have said
something very insulting which made!
John spring upon him in that-way.
You dont think.' Alice." I asked, as a
sudden thought came to me,
Karl Shepard is in love with
Jloreiand, do you?
' "You babe, -in the woods! For
months everyone but you has known
who Karl Shepard was in love with."
"Well, of course you people know
him better than. 1 do, but I haven't
seen him paving any particular at
tetntion to any one since I have been
here. However, it always seemed to
me as though he disliked Miss More
land very much. In fact I am sure I
have heard him say so. Still I wasn't
sure that he might not have been
covering up his real feelings."
"Karl Shepard has really tried very
little to cover up his real feeling
lately. Katherine," said Alice, "and
I think- it is John's attention to
Elizabeth Jloreiand that has broken
up the friendship of years between
"But if Karl is not in love with
Bess, what's he worrying abo.ut?" 1
"Perhaps It is because Karl hates
to see a friend of his make such an
unmitigated fool of himself as John
seems to be doing!
(Jot's to the :inh No More
vvny, Katherine. I ve gotten so
that I don't go to the club any more.
liecause I am sure to meet John and
Bess there. I just drove out there
jesieraay oiternoon because I saw
you and John pass, and I knew you
were headed that way. Unfortunate
ly, Tom telephoned out that h'e would
be there to dinner with me."
"Then you saw the fight?" I asked,
brethlessly. "Who do you think was
"Both!" said Alice, abruptly. "What
ever the insult wasjhat Karl ripped
out, John should have taken it calm
ly. What he did shows that he had
no particular respect for the woman
who was with him and he had also no
regard for your feelings." ' I
''I am learning, Alice, what you also
must know, that a man in his pas
sions thinks only of himself, notwith
standing that poets like us to believe
Tomorrow John Spends the
JEALOCS JASPER JAY
The feathered folk in Pleasant
lthatValley were all aflutter. They had
Bessl heard a strange tale the oddest
tale, almost, that had ever been told
In their neighborhood.
It wss Jolly Robin who had .started
the-Jrtory. And since he was not in
the habit of playing jokes on people,
everybody believed what he said at
least, everybody except Jasper Jay.
He declared from the first that Jolly
Robin's tale was a hoax.
"I claim that there's not a word
of truth in it!" Jasper Jay said.
Now, there was a reason why Jas
per spoke in that disagreeable wsv.
AND MEDFORD TO BE
FIRE PATROL BASES
Washington, Feb. 18. Air service
officials today, .noitfied. Benater , Mc v
Nary that sub-h&sa.for airplane for
est patrol will be established at Eu
gene, Medford and La Grande.
Today there is an icy glare upon the walks and everywhere;
uiiu its i journeyed sauiy nome, I supped and landed on my dome.
I cracked an acre of cement, and in my head there is a dent. I
sprained my neck and snoiled mv face. ITU" Works WPVP inltorl nut
of place. And there were many people near who saw me sliding
uti my uiir, iney musi nave longed to laugh, all right, for I was
an amusing sight, but no one shed a single smile; they all rushed
up in sprinter style, and lifted me upon my feet, and from my
whiskers combed the sleet, reclaimed my hat, which was a wreck,
unwound my coattails from my neck, and voiced. the hope, in anx
ious tones, that I had warned no costlv bones. Pei-hnnu tha,,
chortled in their glee, when they were where I couldn't see ; per
haps they leaned upon a fence and whooned as thontrh thv Vinri
Fruit Kxchange as no sense, but in my presence thev disu aved the finest avmnotho
declared Mr. T.ew- that's made. Then I resumed mv ionrnev knmo tn u.
realistic pome, and murmured, as I went my way, '"These human
being are 0. 1C. !" '
LOVE and MARRIED UFE
wis? notea, auyior ,
An Affair nt the Club
ard made his
Alice came the next morning before: pftssinB the table an which Mr. Gor
r was wake and when Henrlette en- don and Miss Mercian were sitting,
tered my room, It aroused me. he was invited to kiln them
n was nni until then i realised that'
Say what you please about th" girls,
hut we don't beljevo we ever saer. one
t-eln" matilrured, face massaged, an'
dln-d all at once 'Tree mol ts? 'I!
on be ripe," said lucis Nilt-sj
scious, and Gordon, too, seemed
dazed, Friends say that neither
man had heen drinking to excess, and
neither will disclose tho cause of
"Miss Moreland diauppeured early
in the affair and nn inquiry at her
home was answered by a servant
who said that Mlsa Moreland was
nsleen hud could not be disturbed.
is agog with conjectures
C'rHshtnir of I)lklui
joiiii nan not been home all night. "What his answer was no one
"I thought 1 would come farly so! seems to know, but it provoked an as
as to have this matter with John and sault by Gordon which was so nncx
ou," said Alice, bustling In. heeled that it bore Shepard to the
"It's too bad to worry you wltli floor, nmidst the crashing of dishes
these things, Katherine," she con-; from the table which had been over-'
Untied, "but it seems to me that John i turned by Gordon in his mined tn
!ias the greatest propensity for kick- ut the other man.
ing up n sensation of any man whom! "l''or a moment there was a hushed
1 km,w!" silence In the crowded dluing room,
"Why, what's the matter now?" I-where the scene took pljce. But a
demanded, sluing up in bed suddenly. . nicment afterward there was a rush
"I,ook at this!" and she thrust tin I til the two men and Gordon was
morning paper Into my hands. pulled off as he was choking the life
"Because of a brawl at the Country' out of Shepard.
club last night the charter may be I "Shepard was picked " up
taiten away rrom us members and the
since prohibition went into force
tho wealthy members of this club
have confined all drinking to within
its doors, and it hue been whispered
that nearly a quarter of a million dol
lars' w nth of litpior has been stored
in private loekcrs nnd about the
place. From time to time rumor
have heen afloat of high old times The town
ai una aristocratic rendezvous. I concerning this quarrel, ns until the
"Iist night, however, came the present, even the closest acqualnt-
i iiinax w-neii jonii i. onion, wen- ances or the two men have
Known aoveiiismg man and clubman,
was barely-prevented from - klllllng
Mr. Korl Shepard. who supiosedly
has been his nupt intimate friend
Mr. Gordon arrived at the club rather
early, alone. Jim. Gordon has had a
serious mines from which she is
The nlr service's communication to
Senator McNary undoubtedly meMn
the assurance of the forest airplane
pati-oi program ror the coming season
as recommended by Colonel H. H. Arn.
old and the Western Forestry & Con
C. 8. Chapman, secretary of the Ore.
gon orest Fire" association, and chair
man of the airplane patrol conunittet
of the Western Forestry & Conserva-
""""iuuh, tuuu iuesnay that a
letter just received from K. T. Allen,
secretary of the association, who Is in
wnsntngton, said the air service was
Koing to submit amended recommen
dations to the general stuff und that
it expected the general staff of tho Whr
department to act on them shortly.
"The dispatch would indicate." 'said
Chapman, "that the general staff,
which has been holding up the patrol
program, had come through at Inst."
Forestry men have not been notified
of any actual approval of the airplane
immii arrangement, although five
men assigned from Oresron and Wi...
higton to attend the confei
Marshfleld, Cal., oponlnir Fridav. wti.
leave Pc rtlund today.
get your money back
Ever constipated or .... .
ache? Just try Wi2ard
pleasant little pink pill. T m
Guaranteed. " "U
But Jolly was not afraid. He knew
that Jasper was something of a brag
gart and a bully. He had chased Jas
per pnee. And he thought he
could do It again, if he had to.
"My cousin will tell me where to
find thisyellow felllow," said Jasper
Jay, at last "There's not much that
happens In Pleasant Valley that my
cousin doesn't know about." So he
flew off to find old Mr. Crow for he
was the cousin of whom Jasper was
Jasper forfnd Mr. Crow in his fav-,
orlte tree in the pine woods, -And
sure enough! ' the old gentleman
seemed to know all about the golden1
bird. But like Jolly -Robin, he
J 1 ,A ...V. kA n l,W
tuaeu to kij .ht.7 " I means -et rid r,F ' . "sit
To tell the truth. Mr. Crow had never atarva hn, ' lw
set eyes on the strange bird. But he 'J 0Ur halr anfl " if m
did not like to admit it. "He's a great It do6Sn.. d ' .
credit to the neighborhood." said old wLh it oul Th It?
wav tn e-et i-M nt a .. ."'wi
Wizard TJu7 r".
Hamlin's Wisard in.
effective treatment for Li"?'
neuralgia. Rubbed in ww?
te.it act. as a tonic to
nerve, and almost imWLi"
Its healing, antiseptic
always be relied upoa V
fection. or other .T.J Bs
rection. or other serious "rssaTV
spraUs, bruises, cuu, 01
stlnea Just good,M
feet., iffneck, frost butTe
and canker sores. 81 m
Get it from drugirUt. tar i
If not .saUsfied r, M .Jr 14 .
DAXDRl FF SIRFXY
.. DESTROYS THE H.VTR
w!!l GirlB if want plenty of tkui.
- beautiful glossy. silky
'"V-i means aret rid r,F '. '
Seattle Candidates for
City Offices Selected
myuie. wash., Feb. 18. Hugh M
vciunru, utioriiey ana former army
'ia James Uuncan. secretarv
01 me Seattle Central Labor council.
win 11111 tor mayor of Seattle in the
rinai city election March 2.
laiawcti and Duncan were nomi
nated In a primary election yesterday
in nuicn aiayoru. B. r"it7.srra d nn
umaie lor re-election, n-aa Rllmlnotnrf
Khxgerald was Ole Hanson's choice for
nikyor when Hanson recently resiimed
as enter executive of the city.
You'd better be careful, or I'll fight
yon too!" Jusper warned him.
He didn't want the stotry to be true.
And, somehow he felt that if he said
it was a hoax it would really prove to
I know- well enough," said Jasper,
"that there's no golden bird in Pleas
ant Valley and nowhere elsi
You see. Jolly Robin had hurried
to the woods one day and told every
one he met that a wonderful golden
bird had come to Pleasant Valley.
''He's not just yellow, like a gold
finch. He's solid gold all over, from
the tip of his bill to the tip of his
tail. Even his feet are golden. And
he glisttens in the sunshine as if he
were afire!" That was the way Jolly
Robin described the marvellous new
comer. "He's the -handsomest bird
that ever was seen," he added.
Perhaps Jasper Jay was jealous.
You know he was a great dandy, be
ing very proud of his blue suit, which
was really quite beautiful. Anyhow.
Jasper Jay began to sulk as soon as
he heard the news.
"Where is this magnificent per
son?" he asked Jolly Robin with a
sneer. "Do let me see him! And if
he wants to fight, 1 11 soon spoil his
finery for him. He won't look so
elegant after I've pulled out his tail-feathers."
But Jolly Robin wouldn't tell any
body where he had seen the wonder
ful bird. He said the golden bird
was three times as big as Jasper Jay.
And he didn't want Jasper to get
Mr. Crow. "And you'd better let
him alone, if you should happen to soive
find him. because ne s souct goal,
you know. And if you flew at him
and tried to p-?ck
as not you'd break your bill on him
he's so hard." '
Old Mr. Crow's warning, however,
had 110 effect at all upon Jasper Jay.
in the valley until
And I'll teach him
I find thi3 fop.
that he'd better
ia tn d,.-
5'ou destmv 11
To do this, get about fourW 5
him, just. as likely ..C.Zv. '., " al,pl M
!. "" "u leuiinK Use pnn,,v ..
moisten the scalp and rub it ia Ki.
ly with the finger tips. K
By morning, most if not all uf
"I'm going to search every corner or four more np.)i(, m
pletely dissolve and entirely iW.
ut-iifi evarv Kinel ...i . .... '
fine0."' 0l" neighb0rh00rwlth hiS, You will find, too, that J, it,,
Wh n he heard thft. old Mr. Crow "J" "
, ana joui nalr will look and f4
shook his head. ! hundred times better. You T Jt
"You're going to have trouble!" he liquid arvon at any drug .torTVS
told Jasper. And then he hurried, inexpenilive nnd f ' nllL' 1' .,. -
aw-av to tell Jol v Robin that he j
ought to advise the golden bird to
leave Pleasant Valley.
But Jolly Robin said he had eot
spoken with the stranger. And never
having talked with a golden bird, he
felt a bit shy about saying anything
"Then there'll be a terrible fight,
I'm afraid," said Mr. Crow.
"I'm afraid so," Jolly Robin agreed.
And . strange as it may seem, they I
both said that if there was going to :
be a fight they didn't want to miss'Says you really feel clean, weet
no matter now muck
you have. This aim.
remedy never fails.
TO OPEN CAMPAIGN
Sioux. Falls, 8. P., Feb. . 18. Gov
ernor Frank O. Lowden of Illinois, ml.
norlty republican candidate for presi
dent in the March 23 primaries ar
rived in Sioux Falls today to open his
campaign in this state with a speech-
here tonight. He. is the first 1920
presidential candidate to speak in
South Dakota and will deliver five ad
dresses while in the state.
Major General Leonard Wood, ma
jority republican candidate for presi
dent will open his South Dakota cam-
nnlfril nl VnnLlnn rl,M,. n .
. , B , - - ' ' .......... 1 w 1 , rcuiufli v 4 1 .
huit, even if he was so disagreeable. Senator Hiram W. Johnson o Cali
fornia, independent republican can
didate, is expected to trail
Anyone can see, just from that
that Jolly Robin, was very kind.
You'd better be careful, or I'll
light you, too!" Jasper warned him
NEW AND USED
270 N. COM'L. ST.
SATURDAY 1:80 P.M.
"Be On Time"
"SYRUP OF FIGS"
Look at Tongue! Eemovs Poison rrom
oromacn. Liver and. Bowel,
il reamed that they were not the same
friends they have been since child
hood. ".Mr. Shepard .was taken to the hos
pital nnd had not regained conscious-
Mr. Cordon wivs joined soon after, was: '1 hone he will die!'
his arrival by Miss FJixahcth More- "This shows, of course, that Gordon
land, ft distant t-ouin, and one of thej is not yet over his nncer. for certain
belles of the club. Later. Mr. thep-'l.v If he were calm he would view the
Aeeept "Caijfornls," ttyrnf of Figs
only look for ho nam California on
the paekage, then yon are sure' oar
child is having the best aad seost a ana
less 1THt n. n k liT
'"'Thr I?.ilh',i"me .k f'!" ! P, ito-M. Kver .id' b.wela. Child
hl t? n h lh .0orJuBl.fM - it delieiou, frultv taate. FuU di-
nhen told of tbeitrd a condition ,; i-.u , v..
....vus iw toliu a use oa n ow
V. Give It without fear.
Mother! Yon Bust aay "California"
"Glasses should be
such an inconspic
uous part of one's ap
pearance that an ob
server never notices
the presence or ab
sence of them, any
more than the eyes
S. Our rimless classes will
meet the above requirements as
well as that of style and ser
Henry E. Morris
303 State St. Thone '239
within the next two or three
ai fresh inside, and
i are seldom ilL
If you are accustomed to wake n
with coated tongue, foul breath r
dull headache; or if your m tali Mo
an d ferment, you have a real surprlM
awaiting you. . .
Tomorrow morning, ImiMdlattlj
upon arising drink a glass of hot wa
ter with ; a teaspoonful of IlmMtone
phosphat 1 in It. This is Intsodsa tt
first neutralize and then wash -est of
your stomach, liver,1 kidneys and thir
ty feet of Intestines all the Indigesti
ble waste, poisons, sour bile aad tra
ins, thus cleansing, sweetening anl
purifying the entire alimentary caatL
Those subject to headaches, back
aches, bilious attacks, constipation or
stomach trouble, are urged to rt '
quarter pound of limestone phosphate
from the drug-store and begin enjoy
ing this morning inside bath.
Just as hot water and soap (rteanSe,
purify and freshen the skin, so hot
water and a teaspoonful of limestone
phosphate act on the stomach, liver,
kidneys, and bowels. Limestone phos
phate is an inexpensive white aowfcr
and almost tasteless.
Some years ago, during a scarcity of j
tobacco, an effort was made In, Scot
land to raise this plant, and since then"
other attempts have been made, as it!
seems that the soil and climate are
adlltltod fnp ait,.l, n 1.... .i. . '
, - v.iu 1, uu( i ne ae- fc vi
E-i-o of aon.. ... .-,.' mrr TtntM lira VkAfVtT4
' -O ... I tUi JIK Lrif.ua IT Tni't B m m f UIIVI RJ
4UR BODYGUARD "- SO'. dO'MQl
iHead 6F chest
(are best treated;
xternally 'withj .
has been very indifferent.
How Much More Tobacco
Will MyJHeart Stand?
A Question Vital To Every Man Who Smokes Or Chews
May Cost a 'Life to Find Out
lne heart of every user of tolmtvui
oears a aOUOle burden. Tr doo. ito at.
lotted task and then tfiht nicotine
for supremacy. As lonir as the heart
wins ho lives; when it loses he dies, but
before the final victory of nicotine
you pass through many stages of de
cline and decay and suffer many pangs
-cans are use numan being somo
are stronger than others, therefore
tome hearts will stand more tobacco
man otners, 'but there is a limit to
what any heart can stand tk nan
who puts this additional strain on his
heart a down times a day by smoking
cigarettes, a pipe or cigars or chew
ing tobaceo is takinff
ehanee with health and Ufa to Ioba
nd nothing to win but the chance that
he mnj lose them He is indulging in
a costly habit at the exnenae ne
eious health. Ask any doctor anywhere,
nd he will tell yon that osing tobaceo
is injurious and that it is far better to
qmt the habit than to experiment to
find out how mueh tdhaeen lAn, havt
wiU stand without serious results.
Bnt the thought of quitting is un
pleasant to most mea even to those
who knorr that tobaeca ininroa tliam
and to really quit takes more will pow
er than they have and causes more
suffering than they can voluntarily en
dure. To quit the habit, make it easy
ror yourself by getting Xicotol tablets
and taking them as directed. The ''
really quits you and its departure
pleasure equal to its indulgence-
If rou want to know how mock
icr it is to quit the hahit with NiW
than without it, go twenty four Mo"
without tobacco and note wh.t an
fort it costs you, then begin uaag 11 "
nsual and take Nicotol tablets. At
end. of a week discontinue smoking w
chewing for a day and it i ?r
you will have no desire to resonie.
least yonr desire will be greatly '
minished and another week or J"
should make it not only possible,
a pleasure to quit. j
Tirntp rnnnnr formerly
John Hopkins Hospital, onder wW"
advice Nitol has oftm J,
said when this statement was
to him: "I have known Nicotolto w
quer the tobacco habit in lss t '"
days' -time and I can therefore r
bmmend it highly." wnen - .
tor's statement was shown to one
our leading druggists he said. .
tol is truly a wonderful rem.J
the tobacco habit, way ahead ot
thing we have ever sold before
are authoriied by the rnanu,TltI.
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remedy possessed unusual nwn
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