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LIONS LISTEN TO iOSAfitPLAYERS v Violin Selections by L Alice : ( Moore Applauded at ,'" , Club-Meeting. , Displaying'exceptional skill, Alice Moore, senior in the St. Ans^ar~high school, presented two vio; Jin selections at the meeting of the / Lions club Wednosday^noon in Hotel Hanfbrd which were accorded much 'applause by the members. Miss Francis Peshak, also of St. Ansgar, furnished the accompaniment. Tha two girls were introduced by the Rev. Otis Moore, St. Ansgar, father ot the violinist. Miss Moore first played "Scene de Ballet." .She .exhibited much warmth of tone; which was unerringly true and stirringly emotional in character. The selection was difficult, requiring- much technique, but the' player executed it ably. The melody was highly ornamented with turns and arpeggios, which she wove dramatically, into the'number. Heightens Dramatic Effect Double string work was, utilizes by Miss Moore to heighten the dramatic' effectiveness of the number. Harmonics were aJso utilized for 'special effects In tae selection, which required a great range of virtuosity. The second number :whlcli Miss Moore played as an i encore was "Sarabande" by Bohm, also a difficult number. In "both selections, which required much technical abil ity, the emotional interpretation was. vigorous and forceful. The ac- Backache Leg Pains If Getting Up marhts, Backachi frequent day calls, Leg Pains, Nan? °y s °? B }- °f Burning, due to functional Bladder Irritation, in acid conditions makes you fael tired, depresses and discouraged, try the Cyatex Teak .Works fa st. a torts · circulating 1 ' t Jlru ^he system in 15 minuleg. Praiaed by 1 - ' ^?^ ^i.*i*i-~^^f ^\f**a.j t ."LtMvl LU17 ron-Clad Guarantee. Must aulckly allay these condltlone, improve lest- r;u Bleep and energy, or zconey back. Only 80o at _ BRADY DRUG CO. MASON CITY GU)BB-GAZBTTK companiment, artistically played, blended with the number perfectly, providing a rich background. The Rev, Mr. Moore reported that the Sb Ansgar J club la growing stronger. , ^12 Clubs to Gather. ·G. E, Cress, president of the local club, announced that the Raymond Grant, Vinton district -governor, would be present at the noon meeting March 25. In the evening' of March 25 the district governor will be a guest at a meeting of 12 clnbs in this territory at the Clear Lake country club. This meeting will also be r for women. ' It was ^announced that on March 20 a pilgrimage will be made to the state capitol at Des Moines by Lions members and high school honor students. The local club will "be represented by members and a boy and a girl from the high, school. " Guests of the club .were George Starman, Cedar Rapids, and P. R. Fockler and C. F. Lyman. , IN FARM GRAIN S t o c k s Below Five Year ' Average, Estimate of Department. Altho stocks of grain on Iowa farms on March 1, 1931, are 15 per cent lower than either last year or the five-year ayerSge, the situation is not without precedent, according to the U. S. department of agriculture: Grain stocks were lower than the present supplies of 244,809,000 bushels-on March 1, 1925, and 1928 each, of which dates' followed a a short corn crop. Supplies of corn remaining on farms March 1, were 147,908,000 bushels compared with 196,992/000 bushels a year ago and five-year average supplies o f ; : 197,668,000 bushels. .During the past /ID years on the average ,44 per. cent of lie preceding year's corn .crop has been in farmers hands on March 1, while this year's supplies are but 41 per. cent of the 1930 crop. Ninety- five per cent of-the'1930 corn crop was of merchantable quality. The high quslitjr of the corn crop and unusually mild '.winter weather have helped materially to prevent depletion of supplies, , - \ Fed Only »5 Per' Cent. , ·Stjocka of wheat on farms are' estimated at 1,748,000 bushel*,'representing 21 per cent.of the 1930 crop. With 11 per cent more wheat produced in Iowa, in 1930 than.! the preceding year and wheat, on a feed grain price basis, it-is estimated that Iowa farmers fed but 26 per cent of the crop'to livestock. '. The disappearance of oats supplies has exceeded* the · usual,' as measured by remaining stock on March a of ,38 per cent of the'pre- ceeding year's' crop compared with a 10-year average of 41 per cent. But due to the_siie of last'.year's Crop there remained on farms this March 1, 91,609.000 bushels as compared with 85,772,000 bushels a year Barley supplies have followed the direction' of oats, 25 per cent of the 1930 crop remained on farms March 1 1. Since the 1930 crop was 5 per cent smaller tb,an ^thftt a ytar earlier the smaller percentage remaining on farms represented 4,084,000 bushels compared with. 5,091,000 a year ago-. Rye 'stocks were 82,000" bushels, which was 13 per cent of the 1930 croD, compared with 96,000 bushels a year jgo. - -' ._ : Feed Grains Curtailed. iShipments of feed grains from the county where grown were sharply curtailed by local feeding .requirements. The percentage bf each crop which · has been or will be shipped out of the county where grown are:"Com 16 per cent, wheat 42 per cent, oats 21 per cent and bariey 15 per cent. The low ebb of demand for farm labor has been intensfied by Feb- rufjry weather which has permitted considerable pre-seasork field work and a maximum of preparation for the crop season. Demand for farm labor is reported at 81 per cent of normal-with a supply of-111 per cent. , The index of number of. hens and pullets a farm in Iowa on March 1 is 96 representing some adjustment to meet price conditions. The downward adjustment in'numbers In laying flocks has been. moreiUian ;dff- set : by the heavy output a hen represented b^-ithe index of egg production .a. hen. on March 1 at 134. Average milk production on March' 1 on" crop-reporters farms was 22.3 pounds a cow compared with 21.7 pounds a cow on February 1 and 22.2 pounds a cow March 1 a year ago.---, · ;/ MARCH 11 DAUGHERTY JUDGE Clear Lake Globe Gazette HKLJGN HKNDRICKS New» Editor t · -v Phone S4*W LEE DEWIGOENS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 1931 Jttdge Charles S.-Bell of Cincinnati, above, has presided ( over the trial of Mai S. Daugherty, Washington, Courthouse, Ohio, charged with mishandling v funds of the now defunct.Ohio State bank of which he was president. , THE NEW OLDSMQBlLE/vTHE LOWEST PRICED CAR WITH the SYNCRO-MESH TRANSMISSION Among ^the many importan^: new fea^ turca now provided . in Oldsmobile is the famous Syncro-Meari transmission, .' ;·. and this is the first time this feature has ever-been made available at a price so low. The advantages offered by the Syncro-Mesh transmission make it one of the most desirable of present day fine-car features. It permits "silent shifting through all gears . . . from low into second, from second'to high, and from high bdc!( to second, as desired. Gear-clashing is eliminated. And driving in trraffic is easier, for the downward'shift--from , highintosecond--canbemade without reducing car speed. Thisshift'... so difficult with the ordinary transmission, m '{' i and so useful for a quick btxirst of speed in traffic is aJso a factor of safety and \ coaYenience when driving in mountainous country, wnere second gear is frequently employed for" its ^brakin'g effect on the car. Further, the second gear in Oldsmobile's Syncro-Mesh transmission, is a ne'w quiet ' typeT-assuring emooth, s-wift accelerationWhich rivals high gear perforinance in quietness i ' Until you , have actually driven the new Oldstriobile and experienced for yourself the driving ease and flashing acceleration made possible by the Syncro-Mesh transmission, you cannot appreciate how much this modern fine car feature really . adds to driving enjoyment^ FINE-CAR FEATURES OF THE NEW OLDSMOBILE THE SYNCRO-MESH TRANSMISSION. . . A NEW QUIET SECOND- GEAR. . .NEW DOWN-DRAFT CARBURETION . , . COORDINATED STARTER AND THROTTLE . . . A NEW CARBURETOR-SILENCER . . . NEW INSULATED FISHER BODIES . . . OPTIONAL UPHOLSTERY . . . A DEEPER, STURDIER FRAME .. . FIVE WIRE OR FIVE DEMOUNTABLE WOOD WHEELS . . . MORE DISTINCTIVE APPEARANCE .. - FINER ALL-ROUND PERFORMANCE WB WILL BB GLAD TO DETAIL THB REASONAJBI-B '845 DIFFBRENQg BETWEEN LIST AND DELIVERED PRICES OWEN OLDSMOBILE COMPANY A'cw SWwroom anS ServJco Garaje at 217 Second S. W. 'FKone SI . t- R. ni/LSEBCS, .MeBcrvey, la. r^So^-LaW,',^.- U , .SSK^£7,8Ka ATTRACTIVE PJlOrOSITIOV FOR DEALERS IN OPEN TEKRITOKV f « O D U C, T. O F G ,M K . .It"'A I. M O f, O TO HOLD SPORTS BANQUET AT Y,M, .Contestants' of Winter Card v to Meet for Presentation of Cage Awards. The annual spring sports banquet is scheduled for the Y.~M. C. A Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock. At, this-time, the trophies will be presented to; the winners of. the basketball leagues and plans will be discussed for the coming program in indoor baseball, which will lead into the diamondball league for the sum- Ttinr* · · " ' . . · . ASSOCIATION TO PRESENT S5 00 Prizes Will Be ven Club Members at Fairs and Other Activities. « , i, The Iowa Holstein Breeders' association will appropriate this year over ?BOO to calf club members in the form of prizes at county fairs and at the Dairy Cattle Congress, to demonstration teama, for ban- iHiets f aad contributions to JudelnK trains. The 1931 spring sale of the association to be held at Waterloo on Monday, March 16, brings -into the association funds some of the monev which makes the above appropriations possible. This sale has consignments from 23 Iowa breeders and, brings together both cowa .and bulls, of wo'hderful breeding and individuality. /, : ' - . . · · -·· . · ·. , There..\vili: be..several show animals : and many of ali-Ame'rican breeding.-·. "All-American'.' are those animala .exhibited, in the United States-land Canada that are named each season as Jne: outstanding individual in; their ciass^or.age. There is ,In the: sale one female carrying calf by ;;an .ail-American; bull-.and also ajdaughter of ah ,all-Am?rIcari female.; There., are 'many'· official record^ cows .and daughters, of'.'record cows up to 35 pputids :bf butter in 7 days'and 1,050 pounds"of butter in a yeai:,Tond .others' with testing association records up .to 71D pounds' of butter In a year. The bulls represent- Iowa's most popular blood lines and they-have the record danis and the pedigrees that make them suitable for the beat of purebred .herds, Alexander Farmer, . - · Victim of Crash, Is Still Unconscious HAMPTON, ^Marchi ll.--Chris Yakel, .4|,- farmer near Alexander, was.stllj in an unconscious condition here this afternoon as'a result of injuries received at Dows Monday night when Ihe car, he was drivint was struck by.a train."Mr. Yakel'a auto stalled ;on the railroad tracks His two, sons leaped to safety. A' daughter remained in the auto but was'not seriously hurt; When Mr. Yakel attempted to jump from the auto he was struck by the train and thrown quite a distance. s ' Lee Dexter pller Dies at His Home; Leaves Two Children Lee Dexter Miller, 34 years old 121 First street northwest, died at his home.Wednesday forenoon. Mr. Miller was born Oct. 19, 1897 at Bloomfleld, Ind. Seven years later the family maved to' Arthur HI., where Mr. Miller lived until he came to.Mason City in 1919. He and Mrs. Hazel Naah were married Julv 3,' 1925. v ' · · ' ; ' , ; JAr. Miller,is survived by his wife, two children,-IJavtd Lee; 8, and Mary I«u, 2; two step children,''William .George, 12, ahd-Dorothy.-BIanche.'g; two ·.brothers, Ray Bveret; Mason City,, and. Glen Carol, Dubuqiie; two sisters, Mrs, Fern Marmor, Cedar Falla; Mrs. Zelda Reah, 'Nebraska; a mother and, stepfather,^ Mr. and Mrs. Tom-Baker, Arthur, 111. · Funeral services have not been arranged^ The body lies in state'at the Patterson funeral horn*. Golden^Wedding Occasion for Reunion,of Family Dinner and Reception Honor* Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Meinecke. CLEAR UA.KB, March 11.-- Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Meinecke, 300 Clara Street, were honored Tuesday night by a large reception and dinner held at the I. O. O. F, hall. The occasion was.the golden wedding anniversary of the couple. They were ·: married at Clinton March 10, 1881, and settled on a farm near. Garner; in Hancock county. Here they livid until 1921 when they move d to Clear talie to Came a Great Distance. Their seven children, and a large number- of Jhelr brothers and S!B- tera were present at the affair. The sons and daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Meinecke are Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Meinecke and Mr. and Mi's. G. J. Meinecke," Garner; Mr. and Mrs. W. Meinecke, Ventura; Mr. and Mrs. Li. A. Meinecke, Lincoln, Nebr.j Mr. and Mrs. Chris Axelson, Mr. and Mrs. ..Fred Peterson, , Clear Lake, and Mr.^and Mrs. Andrew Brown, Klemme. - , M. O. Lalllck and G. C. Lallick, Clinton, brothers of s Mrs. Meinecke, Mrs. John Martin, Osage, Wy., and Mrs. John Nihsen, Paso Robles, Gal., sisters of Mrs. Meinecke. were present. Mrs. J. C. Evers, Clinton, a sister of Mr. Meinecke waS also In attendance. Johannessen Is Toastmaater. pthers from out-of-town were: Mrs. M.' G. Lallick, Mrs. G. ;c. Lal- licki, Clinton, John Martin, Osa'ge, Wy., Mr. and Mi's, Ray Martin,' Des Molnes; : 'Sorea aruhl, Clinton, and Mrs.. Heflry Gablehbuse, idncoln, Nebr. · _ . ; · . - ' . . . . · . : . ; Carl Johannessen acted as toastmaster. The Rev. -W. 6. Milne, .pastor of the Congregational, gave a toast. Other speakers were T. W. Tompklns, A,. R Peterson, Clear L4ke, - Will; 'Anderson . and Chris. Nelson, .Garner; The Arthur Jor- genaon orchestra played during the dinner. The giiests . danced to music furnished by Mr. -, and Mrs. Sorett JUhl.- " ^ Evergreen which "'""decked tbTe table came from Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jensen, Chehalls, Wash. Tables ware placed in .a V shape with covers laid 'for 106 persona. Gold and green were used by Mrs L A Meinecke and Mrs. Soren Juhl in thfetable decoration. The grandchildren of the bride and bridegroom served thd dinner, while Mrs. Earl Lambert was In charge of the dining room Clausens Entertain . at Bridge Luncheon .':· CtEA'R : LAKE, March 11.-- Mrs. S;.J. Clausen and Miss Ldiilse Claii- sen eiltertain«c\ . 12 at lunctieon Tuesday . afternoon, Mrs.' Leland Patterson received tlje prize for high score in. bridge aidjMrs.' ii C. Rinard received i he .consolation. Drama Club to Present Short Plays "The 'Telegram'! Expected to Furnish Bright Spot of Performance. CLEAR LAKE, March 11.--The first presentation of a group of one,- aot plays will be given by members of the Drama club at 8 o'clock Friday night at the high, school audS torliim. i · The "Midnight Fantasy" will be the first on the program with Lynett Comstock playing the part of an old-fashioned lady of 1750 and Bonnie Whitney, the inodern miss of 1931. , The cast of the come'dy-drama, entitled ."Finders Keepers," consists of Joe Jensen as Mr. Aldrld; Dorothy Drew as Mrs. Aldrid, and Helen Wurtzer as Mrs. Hampton. This is the-first attempt of the club to produce a serious play. , , To top off the' evening's entertainment a snappy comedy, "the TeJeg-ram," will be given. Roles in this are .taken by -May Davis 'and Halvor.,Cornstpck as the twins, Sla and Don; -Harriet Sheridan as an older sisterj Miriam Brager as the mother, Mra. Clinton, and Wallace Chism as the young mail, Bert Jordan. : . . · . . . ' T i c k e t s may be purchased from' high Echopl pupils and at.the door. · " / · ' · ; :- ., · , CLEAR' LAKE, ""March 11.-Ralph' SConklln has purchased' tie Bernftrtft' -Anderijqn' interest, in i.the. KildeJ and Ajiderson : garag6' and'^not the 'entire business as was stated in TuesdayVlssue. . E. c. Kudej remains one of the owners: of the business.,- "· · '.,·· ; ' ·'.·''· "· ·; ' ; · Correction · .· CLEAR LAKE, March 11,--Mra George R. .Welke:-. lived with her brother, Arthur Hairiraond, previous to her marHage and not with .he? mother as the Tuesday's issue of the Globe-Gazette stated. Clear Lake Briefs Mrs. Ed Kusjila who hu been suffering- from pneumonia for the last two weeks Is still In a serious condition at her home. The sphyslcian states that a alight Improvement was seen this morning. Miss Martha Howder la engaged as nurse at the Rushia home. , Word has been received of the aeriOua illness'of Mrs.'J. W. We'at- Wick, Gale'na, HI. Mrs. Westwick la a sister-in-law of Mrs. P. A. Redfearn, Avalon apartnienta, and Bra. T. R. Glanville, Mason City. T, L. Sears tnale a bdslnesg trip' to Des Momes today, Dr. A. J. Cole and Mrs. Ida Hen5- dricks visited at the George Oxley home at Cdrwith. Tuesday. Body and fenders repaired like new, also reftoishlng. De Wilde.and Blstllne, with De Bmyn Super Aid iSociety Meets CIAR' LAKE, March 11 A large group of members of the Congregational Ladies' Ald'met in the church, parlors this afternoon to tie comforters. The women are using this means of raising money for the treasury Service. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Thursday--fcatholic Ladies' Aid society at the church at 3 o'clock with special program.. Dance at the Cl«5ar Lake Country '·Club. ' . ; · · . , .;.'.'. · · ', ," i ' -r ' v Rotary club, meets ,.at the't O.: : . :O..P. nalPat;riobh.' ··'··· : ' . ' Altruriaii, 'pot, 1 luck luncheon at :, tlje hofao^ of'Mrs: L'yle Stunkard. Friday--Upper'Idwa 'vetei-ana dinner at the'Clear Lake 'Country club. . . - '.. ' · ··' .- '. Drama club,plays at the- high school auditorium;. , , · · .· . ^Basket and -pie social and pro-- gi.am at Union Np'.'B schooihouse, Florence Hansen, iteacher. Star club quilting party at the home of Mrs. J. !A.. Cobb" North Oak. . ; ' U. Y. B. club meets at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Hayden.' Ford Coupe Is Stolen From-Des Moines Man " A 1930 tan Ford coupe belonging- to 'E. J. Garner, Des Motnes, WM stolen from, Tenth street, northwest about 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening, according to police recbrds. The car carried license 77--^5169. SNOWBOUND JUDGE MANAGES TO ISSUE JUSTICE BY PHONE EVANSTON, 111., March 11: UP)-Justice moves fast here in Evanston. \ , ·· Neither sleet nor snow can atop it Police Magistrate Harry H. Porter proved,this when he found he couldn't get his car put oi the garage because of. snow drifts.' After he decided fto stay home th« telephone ran£. His clerk wa« on the wire. "There's'.a'deferidint down her* in your courtroom asking for jus- 4ce,",ha said. . , "What's the charge?" demanded Judge Porter.- ·, "Disorderly conduct" "Put him on the phone." The clerk did. "What's your story?" demanded the" judge. , Freq M. Russell told It. .. '. . . "You're fined $3 and 06313.". said the judge. Then he hung up the're- ceiver. . . .' · ' "Do you approve of your husband playing poker?" "Decidedly hot But he says it's the only way he can keep even with mv hridee losses."--Exchange, 20 Checks Over $100; Furleigh Is High Man .." CLEAR LAKE, March U.-- The past month 20. Clear -Lake farmerH received cream checks of over $100 efl[ch, ,the highest check 1 being received by R. H. Furleigh. The amount each one received was as follows: · ,.K. H. 'F4rlelgh r ?221.77; Harry Welker,: $186.72; Frank A. Rich, $124.61; A. Ji.RaWjSpn, $1^2.80; An- .ton Larson, ?122.28; J. E. Grail, $122.2i; H. E. Smith . and Son, ?12p.82; Palmeter and Juhl, $117.60; Frank Teaene, $116.74! Ashland and Son, $116.69; V P.V. Miner, 5116,97; George. Pietzke, $i±8; Bert Jacobson, $111.67; O. Wharem. $109.43; John Walsh, '$108.90; Elby and Stoltz, $108.69; Harvey Coe, $102.44; Ed Heitland, $102.2i; Roy Badker, $101.37; Harvey Wood, $100.24. . Total amount received by the above 20 patrons, ; $2,446.09. Average price received for butter, 27V4c.' - · Paid for fat, 31c'., Total fat, 33,665 pounds; amount, $10,497.76. , Mrs. Bluhnf Dies at Iowa Gty Hospital; ,. Funeral ;Not Planned Mrs. Henry Bluhm, 1233 President avenue northwest, died at an Iowa City hospital about 10 o'clock Wednesday forenoon. She had been there. two -weeks. The body will be returned to Mason City for burial ·but fufieral arrangements are not yet complete. · '' / Lake Teacher Is M a r r i e d atFarmHome Eleanor Furleigh and E. J. Hammon to Live on E. J. Stork Farm. CLEAR LAKE, March 11.--Miss fUeanor E., Furleigh, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Furleigh, who reside north of Clear Lake, and Elmer J. Hammc-p, so'n of Mrs. D. H. Hammon, Garner, were united in marriage at high noonjoday'at the bride's home. , ' , The Rev. J. R. Tumbj'eson, pastor of the Methodist chSrch ( ,read the ceremony in the presence of the immediate families. Miss -Alice Fur- JS/F 0 ' siater of ibe brlde - % Mason city, and E.JX Hammon, brother of the bridegroom, -Garner, attended the couple. Covers were laid, for 40 at the wedding dinner which was served by Mrs. Furleigh, the bride's mother. Table decorations were carried out in pink and white, sweet peas being used for the centerpiece. , Mrs. Hammon resigned from her teaching position at Anita Friday Previous to her year and a half at Anita, she was commercial instructor at McGregor and rural teacher of the schools of Cerro Gordo county. She also attended the Iowa State Teachers college. The couple will take possession of the farm owned by E; J. : Stork, northeast of town Thursday. Mr. Hammon has been engaged in farming at the Charles Scholl farm for several years. ' BABY CHICK FOOD: IS DISCUSSED | ,Proper .Feeding Especially- v , v Important this Year, , Says Specialist. · - Unusual interest in proper'feed- ing of baby'chicks is shown by the many inquiries received by the ex- , tension aervice at Iowa State col- le e - - .. i Proper feeding* is especially !ra- cortant this year when poultry prices promise to be low and'when cost of production will'be .such an important factor In determining profit or loss, W. R. WhitfieM points out. Feeding a home-mixed feed will, be "more eporiomic'al tb'a'm" v usual this year in view of the low price of home-grown'feeds. If a commercial mash is used, the poultry farmer should procure the / advice . oft his county agent or ' hatcheryman and follow the directions supplied by the manufacturer. ,For those who wish to mix their cwn feed,; the following all-mash ration is ( suggested: Seventy pounds ground yellow corn, 55 pounds ground oats . without hulls, 30 pounds ground" wheat' or' white shorts, 19 pounds of bran, 10 pounds meat scraps, 10 pounds dried buttermilk, 3 pounds chick oyster shell'and 1 pound of finely ground sa,lt. One pint :6f tested cod liver 'oil should be added 'to each 100 pounds of mash for chicks kept indoors: The oil may be mixed with cornmeal first and then added to the other constituents. Blaze in Rubbish Is Put Out by Department A blaze In some rubbish on thi former site of.the Wheeler hotel a- 24 First street southeast, was extinguished by the fire department The call' was answered at 7:45 o'clock Wednesday morning.' PARK THEATER Clear Lake WEDNESDAY . : "NEW MOON" GRACE MOORE LAWBENCEi' TJBBETT THURSDAY -- FRIDAY "LOTTERY BRIDE" ELECTRIC MOTOR WORRIES can be eliminated by calling- us when you are in trouble We maintain an exclusive electric motor repair shop with modem machinery and expert workmen. Just give us a ring, we'irdo the teat. New and used motors bought and sold i ELECTRIC 306 Second S. W. BROS; s, COMPANY \ Phone 977 For One Person For Two Persons -Only f/.OO Additionaf-AnyRoomi · ACM KOQM WITH PRIVATE BATH · LEXIN GTON AVE 48th ST. Frartk Greg son · O.Leslie Kincaid Manager . President Direction of American Hotels carpomtian FAMOUS Doctors Way to Move the Bowels Do YOUR bowels fail you occasionally? Are you a chronic sufferer from constipation and its ills? Then you will be interested to know of this .method - which makes the bowels help themselves. Dr. Caldwell specialized on bowel ills. His prescription for constipation--which has been tested by 47 years' practice-^ can be had of any .drugstore today; Its .pleasant .taste and thewayit acts have made it the world's largest selling laxative. .' ' . ' "Dr. Cfeldwcli's Syrup Pepsin," as it is called, is' a skilful compound of laxative herbs, pure pepsin and other mild ingredients. Nothing in it to harm even a baby. Children like its taste It acts gently. . without griping.or discomfort. So it is ideal for women "or older people. The quick, certain benefits millions, of all ages, arc securing from Syrup Pepsin proves a doctor knows what is best Jar the bowels. Next time you feel bilious, head- ' achy, bloated, gassy, halteick from constipation, take a spoonful of Dr. Caldwell's; Syrup Pepsin nncJ see' how fine you feel the next day-and for days to come! . ' DR. W. B. CALDWEU/S SYRUP PEPSIIV A Doctor's Family Laxative

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