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IT'S very charming to marry
* a beautiful girl, but it's
much better if the beautiful girl
can make a beautiful lunch, ad
vises an advisor. Sort of dinner
A smile is m thing of immense
"Dear Sir: / should /?<? grateful if
you could find me a job. I rerently
lost my husband and am badly in
need of one." ? Letter to a postmas
ter. She knows where to look for
If a man doesn't know his
own mind he probably hasn't
To some people, life is what
to colds' miseries. Slip away from achey
muscles, sniffles, into sleep. Here's dou
ble help that acts almost instantly. Rub
with Penetre. 25c. DniCTDA
Use as directed. rbRL I KU
Do You Like Jingle Contests?
Raleigh Cigarettes are now run
ning another series of weekly con
tests for those who can supply the
best last line to a jingle. Over 100
liDeral prizes each week. Watch
this paper for details. ? Adv.
Pull the Trigger on
Lazy Bowels, with
Ease for Stomach, too
When constipation brings on acid in
digestion, stomach upset, bloating, dizzy
spells, gas, coated tongue, sour taste and
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to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels,
combined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect
ease to your stomach in taking. For years,
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medicine more agreeable to a touchy stom
ach. So be sure your laxative contains
Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's
Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pep
sin. See how wonderfully the Laxative
Senna wakes up lazy nerves and muscles
in yo?T to bring v/c'.ccrr.c relief
from constipation. And the good old
Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so com
fortable and easy on your stomach. Even
finicky children love the taste of this
pieu*ant family larative, Buy Dr. Cald
well's Laxative Senna at your druggist
today. Try one laxative combined with
Syrup Pepsin for ease to your stomach, too.
Early Carrier Pigeons
Using carrier pigeons for mili
tary purposes began in the days of
the Roman empire.
Do With Might
Whatsoever thy hand findeth to
do, do it with thy might. ? Ecclesi
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Your kidneys are constant!? Altering
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Persistent headache, attack* of dizziness,
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Other signs of kidney or bladder dis
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There should be no doubt thst prompt
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D ASEBALL may have a better phi
*-* losopher in its midst than Casey
Stengel, mandarin of the Boston
Braves, but we doubt it.
During the past tew weeks we
have put in considerable time hur
dJing the divots of
leading stars with
Casey in tow, or
vice versa, along
the western bordcrof
ering each time new
depths ,ii uie sien
gel philosophy. A
certain star would
plunk one into a
trap, squawking bit
terly when he found
"Did he," asked
Mr. Stengel, "ex
pect to find the trap studded with a
flock of wooden tees? Suppose some
of these birds had to play from
places I pick out from hole to hole?"
It was no difficult job to swing
Casey back to baseball.
"The draft," he said, "can make
these two pennant races a big
scramble. And I'm not referring to
the Yankees. Hie main American
league scramble will be to keep
somewhere in sight of the Yankees.
Any ball club that has DiMaggio,
Gordon and Keller doesn't have to
bother much. But there can b? a
big scramble for second and third
"We might find out, for one ex
ample, whether the loss of Ted Wil
liams hurts the Red Sox more than
Feller's absence hurts Cleveland.
The Yankees suffer no such destruc
tion. That's the way it is in life.
The breaks usually swing to the top,
not towards the bottom."
In the National
Casey looked for an even tighter
race in the National league than 1941
had to show.
"The Dodgers and Cardinals will
be about as strong as they were ?
year ago. I believe
the Reds can be bet
ter, with the pitch
ing they are sure to
get. Just a few
more base hits can
make this club a
back of Walters,
and Vander Meer.
Those are four rough
parties to face in
any series. I feel
sure the Cubs and Pirates will im
prove. Maybe the Giants. I hope
"We have some pretty fair kids
coming along? if they are not taken
away in the draft. This is where
the scramble comes in. No one can
say now how many more players
will have to go by midsummer. And
yon'U find few ball players tamed
down physically. They are a pretty
"One big trouble with baseball,"
Casey said, "is the little so many
players seem to learn. They are
usually big, fast and strong, and
they appear to think that's all there
is needed to make a ball player.
"Oh, here and t' ?re you find a
rookie who is keen to learn his trade,
to improve himself. But you don't
find this sort often. There are too
many who either know it all or are
too lazy to work at it in the hard
"Good baseball is a smart man's
game. This is why many an old
timer will still hang on this season,
and more kids will fall back. It
should be a big year for the vet
erans. I could use a fellow in Los
Angeles by the name of Jigger Statz
who is 43 years old. He is still one
of the best outfielders in baseball
and a pretty fair hitter."
The 1942 Season
Philosopher and psychologist Sten
gel looked forward to a good base
"The average human mind," he
said, "can handle only so much trou
ble and brooding. It needs some
form of release now and then. The
i entertainment and the amusement
! baseball brings to millions will be
badly needed. And this can in no
' way interfere with war work of any
"Workers in war industries can
! use an hour or two here and there
to rest their nerves and get needed
relaxation. All those needed for
war service will be taken. They
have been called in large numbers
and they still will be called when
ever and wherever wanted. But
there will be others left ? many oth
ers ? including old?r men with fami
lies. Not so many of these will be
taken, with so many unmarried
younger men around.
Anyway, Jonah Had liven
Taken In by the ft hale!
The nervous curate had ar
ranged to preach on Jonah and the
"And for three days and three
nights," he began, "Jonah was in
He blushed, stammered, stopped,
and then started again:
"For three days and three
nights Jonah was in the ? "
Once more he was covered with
confusion, and once more he
stopped, and mopped his face.
Then he gathered his courage in
both hands, and with a mighty ef
fort he finished triumphantly:
"And for three days and three
nights Jonah was in the society of
Lattice Fan Heirloom Quilt
TTHE new Lattice Fan quilt is
composed of 12-inch blocks and
offers many possibilities for ar
rangement and combination of col
ors. One print may be used for
i the entire quilt, or an heirloom
rich in tradition may be produced
by using the many different print
scraps which have accumulated
through the years.
? ? ?
No. Z9371. 15 cents, gives accurate cut*
t?ng guide, color suggestions, yardage and
directions. For this pattern send your
Bo* 1U H Kansas City, Mo.
Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
desired Pattern No
A BETTER SMOKE
Milder and better-tasting!
Your own eyes tell you that
Raleighs are finest quality ?
tobacco is more golden colore^ than
in other popular brands. And remem
ber?golden colored leaves bring the
highest prices at the great tobacco
sales. Try Raleighs. . .they cost no more
than other popular priced cigarettes,
yet they're blended from 31 selected
grades of golden Turkish and Domestic
GET PREMIUMS FREE! On the back of every
Raleigh pack there's a valuable coupon, good in the U. S. A.
for dozens of luxury premiums. Write for the catalog that
describes them. These are the same coupons that are packed
with KOOL cigarettes. Next time get the pack with the cou
pon on the back . . . buy Raleighs!
Pok?r S?L Solid walnut ca*c.
Holds 300 assorted chips, two
decks Bicyclo cards.
Zipper Billfold and G-clip Key
Case of genuino pigskin. Spec
ify dark brown or black.
K?rt*aal Lady's Umbrella.
New style. Weil mode on rust
less frame. Choice of color*.
Oaalda Community Par Plat*
Sihrarwara. Pitcher, 17V4'tray,
will jiva exceptional wear.
*1? Defense Savings Stamp*
may now bo obtained through
Brown & Williamson. Send 133
Raleigh coupons for each dollar
stamp. Defense Stamp Album,
shown above, free on request.
Sport Jack*t. Natural tan
poplin. Wind- and shower
proof. 3 sizes. Light weight.
TUNS IN Red Skelton and Ozzle Nelson every Tuesday night, NBC Red Network
HERE'S WHAT YOU DO
It's simple. It's fun. Just think up
a last line to this jingle. Make sure
it rhymes with the word "try."
Writ* your last lino of tho
jinglo on tho reverse side of a
Raleigh packago wrapper (or a
facsimile thereof), sign it with
your full namo and address, and
mail it to Brown A Williamson
Tobacco Corp., P. O. Bo* 1799,
Louisville, Kentucky, post
marked not later than midnight,
March 7. 1942.
You may enter a? many last
lines as you wish, if they are all
written on separate Raleigh pack
ago wrappers (or facsimiles).
Prizes will be awarded on tho
"Want to get a milder blend?
Want to get a dividend?
Raleigh is the smoke to try?
originality and aptness of the line you write.
Judges' decisions must be accepted as final.
In caso of tics, duplicate prizes will be
awarded. Winners will bo notified by mail.
Anyone may enter (except employees of
Brown <fc Williamson Tobacco Corp., tbrir
advertising; agents, or their families). All
entries and ideas therein become the prop
erty of Brown & Williamson Tobacco
HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN
You have 133 chances to win. If
you send in more than one entry,
your* chances cf winning will be
that much better. Don't delay.
Start thinking ripht now.
First prize . . . $100.00 cash
Second prize . . . 50.00 cash
Third prize. . . . 25.00 cash
5 prizes of $10.00 . 50.00 cash
25 prizes of $5.00 . 125.00 cash
100 prizes of a carton
of Raleighs . . . 150.00
133 PRIZES $500.00
The Merchants Who Advertise Are Not
Afraid of Their Merchandise or Prices