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SPARKY WATTS By BOODY ROGERS
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He probably picked that 'Heil Hitler' game up at some movie.
The neighbors have been calling me about it all day!"
Starts INSTANTLY to relief!
Soreness and Stiffness
For blessed prompt relief — riA> am
powerfully soothing ftlusterol*. Ift
actually helps break up painful l arjk.
congestion. So much easier to apply tb*»
a mustard plaster. "No fuss. N» not
with Mwsterole!" Just rub it oa.
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WHEN CONSTIPATION makes yon fe*
punk as the dickens, brings on stomack
upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort,
take Dr. Caldwell's famous medkiM
to quickly pull the trigger on lazy "*i»-
nards", and help you feel bright u4
DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful na
na laxative contained in good old Syniy
Pepsin to make it so easy to take.
MANY DOCTORS use pepsin prepara
tions in prescriptions to make the medi
cine more palatable and agn.-e.able (t
take. So be sure your laxative oca»
tained in Syrup Pepsin.
INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL'S— the fa
vorite of millions for SO years, and fed
that wholesome relief from constjf*-
tion. Even finicky children love iL
CAUTION: Dse only as directed.
CONTAINED IN SYRUP PEPSIS
/ —V ABOUT
The first use of motor trucks and
that means rubber tires by the
U. S. Army In active campaigns
occurred during the Punitive Expe
dition into Mexico In 1916. About
800 motor vehicles were In use on
the Mexican border.
B. F. Goodrich's latest analysis
of the rubber situation
shows that after the war
annual potential rubber pro
duction of Ihe world should
be 2,800,000 long tons. This
is more than twice the
amount of rubber used by
the entire world in 1941, the
record year, when consump
tion totaled 1,300,000 long
AT FIRST m ®Sfa
CoM Preparation $ at directed
HOUSEWIVES: * * *
Four Waste Kitchen ' Fata
Are Needed for Explosive*
TURN 'EM IN! ★★ *
Take good-tasting tonic
many doctors recomniM#
Catch cold easily ? Listless ? Tins quickly 1
Help tone up your system I Tafce Scotft
Emulsion—contains natural AID
Vitamins your diet may be lacking. Itfc