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 - LEONARDOS TITLE mer Iowa City man. /He will bf...
LEONARDOS TITLE mer Iowa City man. /He will bf recalled as Dr. Lewis -Foster AVood ruff, and was graduated iu medi cine here, in 1S90. He is a practi tioner ol Cedar Rapids now, and his daughter went from there te the capital, to study interior depor ations. Mr. R. F. Lewis of Wesl Liberty is an uncle of tho injured girl. St, Mary's'Alumni Card Party- Wed., Feb. Eth, at St, Mary's A». sembly Hall, You are invited. 2-4L' New University nas organized a course in Oriental commerce aiul politics. Oorns Vanish Whan Touched With 'Gets As » sponge absorbs vrater, so dost "Gets-It" absorb and draw out of tender. corn, big or little, 9.11 pa}n soreness. It never fails. "Gets-It "is original corn and callus pQBler. Be sart to asfc for it iy name and refuse substi tutes. Money hacfc if not satisfied, cost! but a t'.-lfle -- everywhere. K. Lawrenc Go,. Mir , Cbv sjso Sold Louis. In Iowa City by Henry AND CONTENDER Rocky Kansas, whose right was namo /is £»ceo Tozze, was bom York 21 1S95 at Buffal °' N - Y - two inches ^ *** no trouble making the lightweight limifc 135 pounds. started his professional doubt 3n 1911 and has never been make the knocked out. He is "an Italian- American. Kansas^ is not a clever boxer. He realises he has no chance to outpoint Leonard. his! Since the bout is to a decision, largely hinge on the since possibility of a knockout. has Bit- knocked in five For that reason ho 'may be expected, to put up an agresarve fight. Kansas feels he has- learned much about Leonard irom the previous bout. of last Ayers, A new from the second his as of the haid in Angler Illini and can is first oiac^; 22 record. high six Miss Inez Woodruff, Iowa" City friends learn, is improving at Washington, D. C , where the, young artist"" nearly met deathX ·when the ill-fated Knickerbocker theater caved in, under tons of up- heaped ' snow, which wrecked its roof, and brought death to scores. She is recovering rapidly, according to latest advices, developments showing that her leg, supposed to be fractured, was only painfully bruised. She lay in the debris an-3 snow nearly five hours before she was, rescued, which makes her speedy recovery the more remarkable. Miss Woodruff's father is a fo:-- Rheumatism A Remarkable Home Treatment Giv«n by One Who Had It In the year of 1S9S I was attacked Muscular and SulwumteBlieumatiiin. I suffered as only those who are thjus afflicted know, 1 orjjver three yearsTl tried remedy nf tec remedy, but auJh reUef n» I obtained was only temporary. Finally. I found a treatment tnat cured me completely, and such Pitllul conaitioa has never returned. J h ave giTenlt toanumberwho ware terribly afflicted, even bedridden, some of them seventy to eighty years old, and the results were the same Irrmy own case. I want every sufferer from any form of muscular and sub-acuter (swelling at the Joints) Bheutnatista, to try the great value of my imtH-oved "HoiSe Treatment" for its remarkable Jseal- ia« power. Don'ti send a cent; simply mail your name and address and will aend it free to try. After you have used It and it has proven itself Jo be that long-looked-for means of getting rid of suclxformiof rheama- tlsm, you may send the price of it. one dollar, but understand, I do act yantypur money unless you arc per ^--.i, *.-*.._-.*. , .. ~ _ _ . - - - - - - - . . Mark H. Jackson, No Bid*.. Syracuse, N. Y. Mr. ,ltt iuthns Me today, DID PAIN DISTURB YOUR SLEEP? T HE f pain and torture of rheumatism can be cjuickly relieved 1 1 f by an application of Sloan's Liniment. It brings warmth, ease and comfort and Jets 'you sleep soundly. Always have a bottle handy and apply when you feel the first twinge. 4i fenetrates -without rubbing. m It's splendid to take the pain out ti«d, aching^ muscles, spraiua and attains, stiff joints, rnd lame backs. For forty years-pain's enemy. Ask yo\ For forty years-pain's enemy. ijir neighbor. ) At all druggists--3Sc, 70c, $1.40. Linimeni Colds cant make

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  1. Iowa City Press-Citizen,
  2. 07 Feb 1922, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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