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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
BATWimAY, siaticii in, itw
f,BBB J Personal Mention
The Office Cat
i:vi:it iii'i'i: i mm .
My ilml wu iiiitnr r.iiinl in mi),
Win imtir nidi mill 1.1ml,
Tho riiMiird would lny nic mi hi
Ami trlkn inn front hohlud.
"You rait'l lick inn." iilil Uio two
rrlil lniili n tht punt iimrh rlrink
Anion Tnah nayr, klanltiK I n dan
Kron lintill, lint uliit It grand If
you llvn Hint It?
Judgi -"And why linwn't ymi n
tinrii mi your niitomiitilln?
llnlUn "I'ltMM. Mlntor JtimlRj,
I ilon'i iirrcU tin Imrii It ku)n mi tin
front, "Dodge" '
Jon t ho I'lnililrr aar I lint factions
nponh liiuilrr Hum word to I he pulltl
(Inn, l'KK-'lr Null'
Tim Infant irrltiti naii'il Intently
ill tho tirait of a vliltor whldi nun im
tmlil n u hllllnrd Imll 1 1 In mother
(molded, for hi know nf what llm
itiirllnR mi raiatir "Munm," sud
denly rnmnikiHl tlu tiny. "When thin
Kriitli'iniiti linn been In mlnrlili-f do
tticy nimnk liltn nn llm limit?"
H I! Martin y tho only mark
noiiip Mlow make In tho world In
tho ri-iiulnllon they km for Indue )'.'.
The liank tollrr In n "iilPl'T way
mi hi: "Hut I ilon't know you. ma
dam!" Tho nnuinn rcd-licndrd. nnil
aim rot "rril'liiMilnl" In it mlntilo.
Hlio unlil. "till, yon, you ilo I ilon't
nrnl nti)onn to lilcntlfy inn I'm the
'roilhoadril hi'ii' tint iloor to you
whoim 'Impn nf lmy' nrn nlway run
ning; neronn your Harden When ynu
started to town thin innrnlnR your
wlfn said' 'Now, Henry. If ynu want
n illnnor fit tu out thin ownliiK. you'll
havn to leave, mn u IKHp money I
can't keep thin houno on Christian
"Hori l your money," Interrupted
tho paying toller xrry faintly.
l'n Irloil In trm the. lldn nf futc,
My effort linn been In vain,
I'm rltlirr ton early or Inn Into,
Tn rllinh tho hill nf fme
.Vo, Dorothy, dear, peopto aro not
liecensarlly mibjort tn boll Just ho-
rnuno thoy tlnil IrU'mselvr In hot
Ilohhy rnmn homo from hln flrit
il.iy nt kindergarten with tho nn
iinunrnniriii Hint ho rnuld write. I'p
on belnit kIvoo n pencil nnil p.ipor ho
innilo hln initial meanlugler HCrlhUlon,
"Hut w. lint," mtlil hln mother, 'Moon
"How ilo I know?" answered Iloh
hy. "I haven't learned to-rnad It yet."
No 1 1 on Mn
Mother, why ilo they put HiIh nluff
In tlin Officii Cut rulyum whou I'll
minnnr roail nhout how to make n
Don't nnk mr, lloRllialil; editor Ih
Our Dally Fiction
Onro upon a tlmn llioro wu n nmu
who appeared liofnro tho city council
tn protont NKuliiHt a Btroot uHnonmnont
wlm dliln't lioKln hlH Bpeocli liy miy
Iiir, "I liuvn IIvimI In thin rlty fnr 20
youm; I inn nn American rltlion, nnil
I pny tiixim IiIk tuxoii on my prop,
I.lltlo four yonr olil Will wim jilay
Iiik In lliu rnlu. IHh mothor cullml
"Will como In you'll Kt your fcol
wot n ml guj it iohl In tho ImrRnln."
Will enmu In ami uBkoil "Mothor
wlmro 1m my harfiuln,"
SLAYER IS SUICIDE
Doulilo Vinllct Hctuiiicil by Corn
nnr'N .liny In Doulilo Ttmk"))'
KM.KNHIIUIKI, March 18, A vor
diet of "murrtor uml mileldo" wim ro
turnud by tho coronorH Jury In con
noctlon with thp HhiyliiK yoatonlny ot
Andrew Youiik of floutllo, by Tom
Vlnlnff, n votoran railroad conductor,
who Inter idiot nnil Killed hlmmilf,
Vounu'hnd two hIhIoih IIvIiir In Al
A mnrrlnrcn llconnn wim Innuoil yen
lerdny iirioriionn In t'lyiln llohnon
Ihirkn mid Zmm Mm, Mlllaril, hoth
ronhloiiin (,f Merrill.
A KjiIIiui, ii proiultif nt iiiirchnnl
of Mitllu In a hunlnima vlnllor In thin
Iv I Hold nf llonnnr.n In trnnnnil-
UK hunliirnn horn today
Mm. Norn llniton mid Mrn. (,'lnr
onio Mlllor loft thin mornltiR for
l'nrlhiiid nflor ImvliiR npint nomo
ilnio hiro nn tho Riinntn of Mrn IIhr.
fn n ilmiKlilxr. Mrn Jink Water
' I lliiknril rinrni'il lant iiIrIiI
t friim Knlmn whom hn npent niivornl
ilnyn on hunlnonn. Wlilln thero ho nt
loildeil n mcelliiR of tho public norvleo
ninmlnnlon III tho Intorcnt of local
('. 1) Dnilnon and V. II McDonnld
rn out of town vlnllorn hern from
AlRomn Tiny nrn renlntered at tho
Minn M York nnd Minn, O. Kllln,
mliiinl tenrhern from I'oo vnlloy nrc
roRUtnred nt tho Arrnilo for tho week
I' W (ilnerkler. fir the pant novrn
month i in ployed an paymaster nt the
I'i'llriin Hay l.iimher cnmpniiy, loft
thin innrnlnR for Kan Frnticlnco, nnd
from thorn will return tn hln homo
In Now York via llm l'nttama eannl.
Mr nnd Mrn liny Tntlow returned
hint nlKhl from Arlrnuii where they
have been for nnino Unix. They nay
that they have been unaliln tn find
nny place bettor than Klamath nnd
will probably locate hem again.
W (' Van Kmon left thin morning
fnr Yrekn tn remain over the week
ynd on liulnfnn
I'nddy MrCartle nnd Maurice Me
Ailllffn nre rexlntered nt tlin Hall
Rrom Merrill where they nrn Inlereat
nil In nheep ruining
John Krhmor whn npnralen n ranch
In thn Dairy country tn IrnnnartlnR
bunlneiin hern today Ilo In rrRlilered
nt thn Mull.
Hay Merrill In reglntered nt the
Mall from hln homo In Merrill
Mr nnd Mrn I' O Dol.ap and Mr
nnd Mr K It. Jefferion wrrn pan
nrnRcrn on thin mornlnR'n train fnr
Charter No 7 117
BKI'OIIT OF CONDITION OF THK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Klamath Falls, at Klamath Folia, la (he HUte of Orfo, at tbe close
of liuliie, on Mured 10, It KM
1 a Loans and discount, Including redis
count,, I1.13R. 401,75
I Overdrafts, unsecured . . 1,760.23
4 V, H, (iovernineni nrrurltlrw ntnrl!
a Deposited to secure circulation (II.
H. bonds par value) 100,000.00
b All other United State (lovcrn-
liH'lll securities . 22.31S.02
fj Other bumU, tlmlii, rturltle, rlr. .. 90,77.44
6-Furnllum and fixture .. 40,028.85
7 Real entaln owned other than banking
8 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve
10 Cash In vault and amount duo from x
national bunk 249,057.93
II Amount duo from Stutu banks, banker
and trust companion In the United
Stalest other than Included In Item
8 or 10) 4.510.23
12 -Kxcliange for clearing liouso ... . 3,129.3
Tutaln or Item lu, II and 12 . 256,097.79
14 Check nu hunk locuted outside ot
city or town nf reporting bank and
other canh Hems . . ., 1.22G.93
IC Redemption fund wllh U. 8. Treasurer
nnil dun from U, H. Treasurer 5,000.00
16 Other ush'U, Revonun Stumps 174.05
17 Capital stock paid In $ 200,000.00
18 Surplu fund 10,000.00
19 Undivided profit 18,659.31
c l.e current expoiise, Interest uml
luxe, paid 16,061.33 1,997.99
20 Circuiting nolo oulslandlnR 100,000.00
22 Amount duo tn iintlonnl bunks 4,920.34
24 Certified checkn outstanding 930.09
26 Cnshlcr'a chock nu own hunk out-
Htumllni; .... -.. 25,036.79
Total of Item 22, 24 uml 25 30,887.22
Deliiiinil ilepokllH (ill Her than hank do
1 HMllh) Mlbhsl lo Itl'M'I'IP, depoHlls
payable within 30 duys):
26 Individual ioMisltN miliject to rhnck... 991,111.21
27 Certlflruto of deposit dun In lent than
30 dny (other than for money bor
rowed) .. 18.774.85
28 Stntn. county or other municipal lie-
pnnltH secured by pledge. of'Viiaotu of .
HiIh hunk 6,000.00
31 Other dniuuml deposlu 105.50
Total of demand depesit: (other
than hunk deposit) subject to
Reserve, Item 26. 27. 28, 31.... 1.014.991.56
Time, deposit aubjert tit lteorvc
after 30 days or more notice, uml
32 CortlflcutoH uf depontt (other than for
for money borrowed) 89,608.56
.14 Other tlmn deposit l-.. 193,148.57
35 Postal Having deposit
Totul of II mo deposit subject to V
Reservo, Item 32, 34 and 36 .. 292,653.66
36 t'nlleil Stale ilenonll (other than
tnl auvtiiKiDi inciitutug war i.onu '"ftm
ilepnslu urcount and deposit ot ' AS
United Stntna dlHlnirslitg officers ' 2,393.00
40 Nntf utul bill redlHcottnted, IncludliiR
ucceptuncos of other bunk uml for
eign hill nf exchango or draft Hold
with Indorsement of (hi hunk 176,362.05
Bluto of Orngnn.
County of Klamath, hh.
I, Lesllo RogoiH, Cushlor nt the
Hwenr that thn nhovo utntemeut lu truo
I!. W. VANMUK,
O, D. IU1RKK.
J, A. (10RDON, Dlrestora.
Bubscrlhod nnd Hworn tu before mo this 16th dny of Murch, 1923.
IDA n. MOMYRR, Notary Public
(My Commission expires September 1,7, 1924J. y
Yrnkn whom thtiy will nttnnd tho
Mmlford Klkn' Mlnntrnl nhow In he
prodiirod thero thin evening. They
expect tu roturn horn Htinilny oven
11. .T. Ilctn, prenldcnt of tho llotary
i luh of I'nrthmil arrived on lant
nlttht'n train, Ifo In hern for tho pur
ponn of helplni: to romplntn orRBnh
ration plan for a club In thin city
i:. II. Hall ntnlftd today that tho local
cluh would liavo Itn charter within
Minn Huhy Hinlth, who ban for
Home tlmn been employed nt tho Illuo
bird, lull Ihla mornltiR for Heiltllng
and other California, pnlnln whom
nIih will vlnlt Indefinitely with rein
liven, Hhe wan accompanied by Minn
Mr. and Mr. Clyiln Hark of Mer
rill nrn vlnllor linrft for thn wook
ehd from Merrill. They nrn register
ed nt thn Hnll
l.llllnn Knapp ami Mr. C. ft. I'nt
tnraon nrn reRlntercd nt the Ifnll from
J, A. IMwnrdi, foreman of the
Doak ranch on upper lakn In a Klam
ath Knlln hunlneM vlnllor today. Kd
wnrdn ntaten that the nnuw on thn
went nldn of thn Uko In four fent
deep, and that dun to the thaw that In
netting In, It look him elnveti bourn
to mnkn the trip In on hornobnrk
(' W Wnrrcn, n prominent ranch'
or of thn Illy country In n bunlneni
vlnllor today, registered nt the Hall
Cnpt. Wm, Arnold, division upnr
Intetident of the Warren Construction
company I here In thn Intcrent of hi
company, looking after paving and
MTTI.K MAIUOttlH HAW
IN "FIFTY C.t.WH.KH"
Probably thn deepent Inlerrnt of
mon every nudleurn rent In the
feminine appeal of a picture.
ilf llm men nrn handsome, they at
tract thn eye If n character player
I realistic In hln work he In branded
an a real artist and In admired for
hln ability tn Inject thin realism In hln
portrayal, but with thesn and the
greatest variety of slronRly upheld
part, nn picture, ban thn appeal
which doe not carry tho feminine
charm that goei far beyond the oyen
nnd on to tho heart.
Rrterro Dlst No. 12
uhove-numed bank, do solemnly
to tho best of my knowledge nnd
i L.uliu niauna fi..kiA.
iinoum iivubms, voduiui.
I'orluipn tho most winsome of
hereon Ingenue of Ilia piny Ik llltlo
Minn Mnrjorlo Daw who In lending her
Inlmiln to Irvlri V Wlllnt'it "Fifty
Candles" which comnn tn tho Hlrnnd
Thciitro Huridny Minn Dnw'n ability
to demand n laugh or (ear at will to
tiny nothing of her ilollcaln bundling
of any part assigned her, has rcrlnln
ly embedded her In thn tnomorlen of
nil Invnrn of thn ncren,
Minn Daw In happy In thn enacting
of thn rolo of Mnry-WIII Tollfalr. a
llttlo lady whose heart hns carried
hnr to faroff lands In order that
aim might marry tho boy nhn believe,
slid loven. Kdvtnrd Ilurnn an Italph
CoolldRn, it young American civil en
gineer, play opposite Marjorle Daw
YACHT YIELDS LIQUOR
Co lorn Officer I'lmU lUre WlniN
Vnlur.l nt rH,KM!
MIAMI, Flo.. March 18. Custom
officer soiled today fiO.', cntes of fine
wine and llquorn valued at ir.OOO
n hoard tho palatial yacht Patricia,
nwned by .lame Bhnwan.
AT THE CHURCHES
No changei will bo made In thlij
column unlet the copy I at The
Evening Herald office by C o'clock
HACKED IfKAHT CHURCH, corner
of Eighth and High, Iter. Hugh J.
Kcheduln of Bervlces
Children' Mast at 8:00 a. m.
Adults Matn at 10:30 a. m.
Kvenlng Service at 7:00.
2nd Bundny one mats only at 9:00
2nd Sunday at Merrill. 10:30.
Hugh J. Marshall, Pastor
CIIIUST1AN 8CIKNCF. socloty of
Klamath Fall hold icrvlce lo the
NOTICi: FOR FL'IILICATIO.V
iii-iii n-ri ovt l tiil- ivreninti
1.' H Lund Officii ut Lukovlew. Ore-'
gon, March 13, 1922
NOTICI-2 I hereby Klvcn that
Thomas II. Lynch, of Merrill, Ore
gon, who, on April 25111, 1917, mado
llomcitead Kntry (Act nf June 17,
I9U2), No. 010145, for Farm Unit
"D". or Lots C and 7. NVN4N of
Lot M, and NViN'iNVt of f-ot
! Section l.i, Township 41 K.
Rangn 11 K. Wlllamettu Meridian,
ha filed notlro of Intention to mnkn
final three-year proof, to establish
claim tn the land above described,
before C. It. DeUp, Clerk of the
County Court, ut Klamath Fall). Ore
gon, on thn 2nd dny of May, 1922.
Claimant name a witnesses.
W. W. Lewis. J. A. Mnddox, and Jack
Itutllff, all of Merrill, Oregon; Doug
las Hussey, nf Malln. Oregon.
(Publish for five consecutlvo weeks
In the "Klamath Herald" or Klamath
F P. LKlirr, Register.
M 18,25 A 1,6,15,22
NOTICB roil I'L'HMCATIO.V
DKPARTMKNT OF THK INTERIOR
U .8, Land Office, at Lakcvlcw, Ore
gon. March 11, 1922.
NOTICB I hereby given that
Kthcl D. Plnkerton, hh thp widow of
Kill tf. Plnkerton, deceased, of 261
K. 28th St., S Portland, Oregon, who
on December 18, 1916, mado Home
stead Kntry. No. 09607, for Na
NWIU. WH.NWU.NKU. Section 16,
Township 36 S Range 6 K. Wlllam
otto Meridian, has filed notlco of
Intention to make three-year proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before llcrt C. Tboman, U.
S. Commissioner, ut Klamath Falls,
Oregon, on the 6th day ot May, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses
Kdwurd Crnft. Frank Woodu. Mr
Cummlngs and Mr. lluckason, all ot
(Publish for five consecutive week
In the "Klamath Herald" ot Klamath
F. P. nidi IT, Register.
M 18,35 A 1,8,15,22
NOTMT.tF SKFJHFI'-H BALK
lly virtue ot an execution In fore
closure duly Issued by tho Clerk of
tho Circuit Court of the County of
Klamath, Sluto of Oregon, dated tho
17th day of March. 1922 In n certain
Kiilt in tho Circuit Court for said
County and State, wherein Ross Fin
ley, its plaintiff, recovered judgment
against A. J. Hunan nnd Anna llanan
for the sum ot thirty three hundred
twenty four and 31-100 dollar, with
Interest thereon from said date at tho
rate of 8 per rent per annum, on the
17th dny nf March, 1922.
Notice In hereby given that I will
on the 17th day of April. 1922 nt the
front door ot the county court house
In Klamath Fall, Klamath County,
Oregon, at 10 o'clock lu tho forenoon
ot until dny, sell ut public auction to
the highest uml best bidder, for cush,
tho following described real proper
ty, nnd nil of tbe right, title, estate
nnd Interest therein or said A. J.
Hanon, Anna Hunan, John Denohy
and K. S. TerwllllRer, to wit:
Northeast quarter of the south
west quarter ot section sixteen In
township 39 south ot range nine
east of Wlllamotto Meridian, In
Klamath County. Oregon, together
with all nnd singular the tene
ments, hereditament and appur
tenances thoreunto belonging, or
In nntr U'lan nminrlfllnffior.
tnken and levied upon as the property
of thn said A, J. llanan nnd Anna
llanan, or so much thereof as may
bo necessary to satisfy said Judgment
In favor of the said plaintiff, with
Interest thereon nnd nil costs and
disbursements thnt have or may ac
L, L. LOW,
Sheriff of Klamath County, Oregon.
Dated nt Klamath Fall, Oregon!
March 17th. 1922.
RURT K. HAWKINS. Deputy.
M 18-35 A, 1-8-15 .
lower room of tbo Library building,
corner of Third nnd Main streets,
ovcry Bunday morning at 11 o'clock
Thn Bundny school session la
from 0:45 to 10MC every Bunday
morning. Tho subject for Bunday In:
Thn free reading room and freo
lending library In open from 2:30
to 4:30 on Tuesday, Thursday
FIHHT IIAPTIBT CIHJHCir Cor
ner of IHclith and Washington.
Bunday school, 10 a. m. Robert Mi
Preaching by thn pastor, 11 a. m.
II. Y. P. I. 6: .10 p, tn.
Kvenlng sermon 7:30 p. m.
il'rnyiir meeting every Wednesday
owning 7:30 p, m,
A. F BIMMONB, Pastor net. 012
California Ave. Phono 3 MM.
CIIHIBTIAN CHURCH Ninth nnd
A II. Ilrlstow, minister. Rosldenco
421 N. 10th Ht. Tel. f.40.
Tho most expensive thing about the
church In nn empty pew. Tho least
expensive thing to a man In salvation.
Illblo school at 10 o'clock.
Morning worship and communion
nt 1 1 o'clock Sermon, "Repentance."
Thin In the second sermon In tho nor
les, "How to become n Christian."
You ueed them now To post
pone the wearing of glasses
hccaUK! ot groundless preju
dice It to take rinks with your
eyes. You cannot be too care
ful to preserve tho uuallty of
your vision. To begin to caro
for your eye today l better
thin tomorrow. One eyo, If
not both may bo llghtly de
fective, and defect can only
grow worsn If tho eye aro
left to grapple with them un
aided. Come and get tho ben
efit of our scientific method
ot sight testing and modern
equipment. Let us give you
an accurate knowledge of the
condition of your eyes.
H. J. WINTERS
rnone 149-W 712-714 Mail
ACHES AND PAINS
SLOAN'S GETS 'EM!
AVOID the mhtry of racking pain.
Have a bottle of Sloan' Lini
ment handy and apply when
you first feel the ache or pain.
It quickly cases the pain and sends
I feeling of warmth through the
aching part. Sloan't Liniment pcnetraltt
tritkoul rabbin t.
Fiat, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia,
sciatica, sprains and strains, stiff joints,
lame luck and sore muscle.
For forty years pain's enemy. Ask
At air druggists JSc, 70c, fl.40.
i M mtkA Athp feiJ dilftffUIWMAt. 1
I Uh twt Dr. liatooa' Kojpi Otat-
imrat. uaoanttmnm. wrpuirm. i
f aodeUMfsu uwimm. uhkui.
tl insnsr rwuiy wmnm.
Is the cheapest thing you buy, pro
vided yon make a wise selection.
$5.00 A LOAD
la tbe hottest, therefore the best
wood tor the cook stove.
93.00 A DOUBLE LOAD
I the cheapest for all purposes
you get more for the money.
O. PEYTON 4b CO.
410 Mala Phone US
Junior C. H. 4 p. m.
Senior Kndenvor 6:30 p, m.
Kvonlng worship nt 7t20. Thl In
nvnngollstlc throughout with Hinging
nnd preaching. Thn sermon, "The
You nrn Invited to attend on nf
the churchen of tho city thin Lord'n
day. If you attend none, you aro very
kindly Invited to worship nt tho
MKTHODIST CHURCH Corner
10th and High streets, Rev. S. J.
12.1 Ho, 4th Ht.
Tiiesdoy, Salvation meeting S P. M.
Thursday, Praise meeting, 8 P. M.
Baturday, Freo nnd Uasy meeting, Jl
Sunday Sunday school, 2:30" P. M.
Salvation meeting at 8 P. M.
Officers In chnrgc:
Captain Clara K. Nlclserf and
Cadet Ruth Williams.
BUY HOME PRODUCTS
KLAMATH CHEESE IS MADE
FOR KLAMATH PEOPLE
Do not stand for a substitute. Support
Home Industry. See that the name "Klamath
Cheese" is stamped in the clotH .wrapped about
ASK YOUR GROCER
"IT'S THE BEST EVER".
NONE BETTER MADE
i ' Manufactured by
& PRODUCE CO.
532 Main Street
CHINESE DISHES NOODLES
SPECIAL MERCHANTS' LUNCH, 11 TO 2
Located on Siding and Paved Street.
Inquire of J. T. Ward, Central Hotel
New Yeast Vitamou
Tablets Round (M
Face and Figure
WMJl FtfHV Healthy Fh, Incr Energy and Beautify the Com
pUiton Easy and Economical to Tako Result Quick
Thin or run-dan n folks
gcmsVV NttK J ' f-f' aOAJWC4D f I
uble C). It banUhs pimple, boila and altlnVruptlons a il by roai. strengthens
to ntrve. build up tu body with arm fleih and tixue a jd clten completely
NjuvraaU tb wholi ysUm. Quick, grstihing reulu. No pu """Mi
It you are thin. pale, haggard, drawn looking or lack energy .and enduranc
Uko MuUa's VlTAMON-two tableU with "very "leal. 1 .hen i weigh and
neaaura yourself each week and continus taking Maatin's ITAMON regularly
until you an satUSed with your gala in weight and energy.
IMPOKTAHTI While tbo remarkable hcaltb-buUdioK value of Mostiaa
VI-TA-MON ba been clearly and positively aemon.trated In cases ol lackol
nergy, nervous trouble, onema. indlgeitlon, contipUon. skin eruption, poor
complexion and a generally weakened phyaical and mental condition, it should
Dot bo used by anyon. who OUJKCTS to having their weight jncreaaed to; nonnaj.
Do pot acoept Iroiutions or substitute. You can set Maitin V1TAMON
Ublttj at all good druicUt.
11. J. MHYKIl.
No sorvlco. (lono to Montnguo.
KMANUKU HAIT1KT CHURCH--
11th nnd High streotn.
Church Helmut nt 10 rw m. Mrs.
Lvn Parker, Huiorlutnndcnt.
Morning norvleea nt 1 1 A. M. with
preaching by tho pnntor.
Kvenlng sorvlccn nt 7:30,
Prnyer mooting jThuredny ovonlnR
J. H. DICKSON, Pnntor.
At Your Service
Consultation ana Examination F tea
K. K. K. Store
Foot Spo elallst
who want to quickly in
ouio good, firm, wliu Ccili
on their honri, rill out tho
hollow and iuukco checks
with strong, healthy its
suet, ind build up in.
creucd energy and vital
ily should try taking a
little Msstln' VITA
MO.V with their meals.
Mastio's V1TAMON ii a
tiny tablet containing
highly concentrated yeaat
vitaniinc as well a tho
two other still moro im
portant vitamlne (Kat
fiolubla A and Water Sol
to Put Oa Ftrm Flab
Clr Uss) ' bMTMM
Umtf yhm Ttkm Willi