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KENANSVILLE. NORTH CArOUSTA
ufJ at more than
own In an exhibition "of
hout the Ages'1 In
recently. Two gold
once delighted the
i, and a fair-haired
a of Queen Mary. In
attracted much at
1 (lulls given by Queen
i uce of Wales and
imk when they were
Elizabeth's and Oliver
christening robes, and a
I y Charles I when .he was
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.i TCI EVER
C Once you learn that oatmeal is so rich
in ifmm Bfor keeping fir, IS IT ANY
V'Oh DEE THAT THOUSANDS
I . iCKTO OATMEAL BREAKFASTS?
Many an nervous, poor in appetite,
stem out of order, because their daily
ets lack enough of the precious Vita- '
n B for keeping fit.
Few things keep them back like a lack
of this protective food element.
So give everyone Quaker Oats every
morning. Because in addition to its gen
erouj supply of Vitamin B for keeping
fit, it furnishes food-energy.lnuscle and
body-building ingredients. Jror about y&c
prr dish, . ' 1 -
: Start serving It tomorrow for a 2-weeks'
. tst Quaker Oats bu a wholesome, nut
1 ke, luscious appeal to the appetite. I
iiavory, surpassingly good. All grocers
supply it, , ,.,',
Tbm tf i-Jitin kiatttbck tf Vilsmn B
1 1 VITAMIN FOR KEEPINfl FIT . . .' ,
le worth of
' r 4 Mother's (Ma are tha
: uNtur B Artiat , - T
When nature beautifies the face
she puts the color in the right place.
" Mora Ntdtl " , .
'' Doot e K proverb influence yoot
' red. .Nervous.
Herrswim m wars
. soothed. She ban
iahed that "dead
tired" feeling. Won
.id oxor eetful nlghta. active days
.i .we ilte rid her ayatem of bowel -clog-
i that were eapping ner vitality. rn
(nature's Remedy) tne miio,
i. inyatiup wialceil the tranafanna.'
. y it lor couaupauoa, Diuouawaa, uw
. At all V
' mi k-ut vol" i-... f iJiiau
! tiful S Color Il6-m.'i0 Calendar! ber
- with tliepurcliaae of a2fio box of near a.
a (For Aflld Indignation.) .
- ' I
17. Zf fr
I have tried all food
nudina-euita BW beat
. la onueuallr aulek
a." For headache,
or jnuacle achea,
t 'niKiine Liquid or
i 'XnMr tn.
. As Alan Garth, .prospector. Is pre
Aarina- to leavs for his mlnina- olaim
In the Far North, a plane lands t
the airways emergency station. -in
It are' Burton Raroill, . millionaire
mlnina maanate: his dauahter,. Lll
Ith; and Vivian Huxby. pilot and
mtnlna engineer. ; BelleviOK him to
be only an lsnorant prospector, ithe
man offer to make an air . trip to
Garth's claim, although they refer to
the platlnnm-bearlng ore as nearly
"worthless.?, Ulith Ramlll, produot
of the Jass age, plainly Shows her
contempt lor Uarth. " : . r .
. ' , CHAPTER I Continued
r Tobln : rose stiffly and followed
.Huxby Into the storeroom;;" Mr. Tta-
mill took a last sip of the boiled tea,
favored Garth with a patronizing
smile, and opened his gold-mounted
cigar case to offer one of the choice
Havana. , y. i y.t':.,LC;..
vCarth declined. 1 never smoke.
It deadens the nosei". J -w
"DeadensWhat's that l ' :
"Though man hasv the sense of
smell, compared with dogs he lacks
tile ability to scent let even a
trace of It may be of use. In the
buah." i . '1 " S;r'.
The , Investor's portly boily quiv
ered to, bis chuckle, f I've heard of
ooalng out prospectkl : First time,
though, It's been done to my knowl
edge." He caught himself up. . "At
least, Mr. Huxby considers it pos
sible your discovery nay be worth
an examination.' .That leaves' Only
the Question of terms, in case we
And the mine promising enough for
me to make an vM&fJ&fiyti
Garth spared' ah lpqulrlmr glance.
The portly gentleman gave him a
bland amllev iiik'-f:''-i
."I believe In encouraging pros
pectors. . They find new districts.
With that In view, I buy numbers
of undeveloped prospects, takmg the
risk of heavy losses. .Though I drop
thousands on. some mines,; I have
made a fortune from others. But the
average prospector, ' like yourself,
stakes .his all. Ninety-nine times In
a hundred, he Is Cleaned out by to
tal failure. If your lode looks1 at
all possible, I'll pay you up to -a
thousand' dollars cash for It";
' Tm pot selling," Garth said, "I
like to. play a game through to the
vend, .win or lose.". .. Y...;'- ' :'.
,The invescer's' eyes hardened.
"What's youridearV' "fe
"One year's lease, and 60 per cent
of the gross returns to me."
Mr, Ramlll blinked. ' "Slxty -per
cent of grossl ! You're' eraiyl" . - ;
. -."like a fox, Same kind of nose.?
It was Garth's turn to smile; "Not
so keen, though, for galena. Better
for scenting out alloys of gold, Iridi
um and platinum."''" ;
' The last word knocked the benev
olent enco'urager . of ' prospectors
speechless. ' Yet, after a moment of
blank staring, be managed a half
"Daftl" he muttered. "That must
be It These prospectors, alone in
the wilds for months at a Umel"
He raised his voice. "Too bad, young
man. If you'd make it gold and
silver, I .might have been able to
swallow the bait But platinum!
That's a bit too thick, tlatinum Is
found In quantity only In Russia.
Very little anywhere else. ' Only, a
minute quantity In North America."'!
Be' rose as It, to go. ' Garth gave
him a regretful look, -
"Yes too bad, sir. Now I'll have
to go outside. i may even have to
wait until the Ice goes out next rear
before I can dupe a gull 4nto taking
that lease." ' , ' ; e ;..
Garth went' into the .bunkroom.
Before long Tobln came to open the
door, a, handbreadthyHe chuckled;
,"UB-lad, yon got your hook Jn
their gills. ' Pilot's tinkering with
the motors Changed the oil; but no
move, to refuel. Ain't, rushhV, to
flop off.?";::--ii!Vr 'fc$r,.
Garth kept on lathering' his beard.
When he came oot, . his cartridge
belt was buckled about his waist
It -held bis sheath-like knife and
belt-ax. In one band be carried his
rifle, In the other the rest of his
email outfit strapped on Ms pack
board, . j - , '
Down on, the wharf Mr. Ramlll
puffed, 'clgaf sinoke through ' his
head-net while he watched Huxby's
examination .of the motor and pro
peller; J Mls Ramlll was not In
sight. . . " '
v 'Right-o, 'Tobln," - said Garth.
"Shamming It la."- When that bus
came .down, . you - never, heard a
sweeter motors-every cylinder .hit
ting true; Wish I felt as sure of
that southbound Bellanca." . ; ;r
"Don't fash yourself, Mr.: Grnrth.
She'll make Tort Smith on sched
ule." . ' '
"Then - here goes for my next
play.r 'A s ' , " "
He went down the slope to lay his
pack and rifle a little way oot from
the base of tne wharf, ( After that
he fetched his canoe from the bank.
He swung t dpwn into the shallow
water 'within close reach of the
' Mr. RamlU came shoreward rather
hurriedly for so dignified a .-entle-man.
v "One moment.. Garth., Fve
consulted with my engineer partner.
He ttlll thinks It maybe worth our
while to Investigate yoor prospect"
"What!. In view of my terms 7"
"They're outrageous I Still, It Is
Just . possible ; the er mine might
justify them..' The least we can do
Is to Inspect the lode., I make .no
deals sight junseen." J ; J i
:; Garth spoke as If to himself: "An
air ride, free, and only a few hours'
delay. . Time - enough to ; make . the
trip vut before the freese-up." . -
He lifted hie pack up again on
the wharf,; and ' swung the canoe
over his head to take it back to Its
previous position, bottom up, on the
bank. When : he 'returned, he '. car-,
rled his pack and rifle out to the
airplane; ' From the cabin came the
rhythmic dissonance of a Jaaz-dance
tune.-. ' The plane . evidently : Jras
equipped' with a long-distance radio
receiver. ' i.y ; i: -.;
. Through' the.' wire gauze of the
big' rear window he saw Miss' Ba
mill reclining on the heaped pillows
of an unmade berth. The shelf at
her elbow held tinned and package
foods and a wine bottle. Garth laid
down his rifle and - pack, on the
wharf hear the doorsteps. . ' v, '. . -
Ashore, at the storeroom, he
found Huxby trying to boss Tobln
Into helping tote the gasoline. An
noyed by the old man's refusal, and
still more by the Indignity, of me
chanic's labor, the pilot engineer
took up a case of twin five-gallon
gasoline tins in his arms and start
ed cautiously down the slope to the
wharf. ' - ; v-.- :', . , . c.
Had Garth taken the same load,
either he or. Huxby would have had
to return for the other two cases;
He roped three cases together and
tipped the . thirty-gallon load upon
his back. Aslf the pack had been
a featherweight, he went down the
Stony slope with the smooth gilding
atep of a moccasin wearer. , , ' ,
Out at the end of the wharf, a
deft, stoop and twist , lowered his
heavy pack . upon the plankf with
out, a jar. As he straightened up
he saw Miss Bamlli step down from
the .cabin. She had donned? her
leather pilot trousers arid jacket
but held the helmet in her hand. "
,. 'How gallant she jeered. "He
has sacrificed his whiskers. Can It
be be hopes to enravlsh the fair
sexT".. '"v :'
Was that why.t shaved?" Garth
inquired. "Feminine Intuition is
wonderful. I thought I did It to
make doping easier.' : ' ' , "
, "Oh, you . mean what they call
fly dope. But I see none of the
sticky or smelly mess they tell
about Totir face looks clean.'
i "Thanks for the compliment But
111 soon have to take to the usual
grease and spruce pitch. Just used
the last, of my froglte." . : ?
' The girl flushed With resentment
"Froglte I Don't lie to me. I know
how you westerners tell fantastic
falsehoods, to tenderfeet"
"Ton dbt By . the way, In the
North we say cfaechahcos, not ten
derfeet As for the froglte It's no
fancy.; Jears ago, Seton remarked
the fact that mosquitoes never sting
frogs..' I er I know a man who
experlmeptedTand who finally ob
tained chemically the substance ex
uded by the skin of frogs. - Too- bad
I've run out of the dope. There are
plenty of pests where we are go
lng.y Toull bare to" keep behind
your nets or take to grease and
1 ; Before the gin could reply, Hux
by called down for more gasoline.
He had managed to get One tin of
his. case up to the cockpit and had
emptied, it into a wing tank., ! .
Garth swung Op to him with a
whole case balanced on his shoulder.
It was far easier than toting a deer
over broken country, After, bolstlnp
aboard the other cases and Hux
by's second tin," he docked under
the. front strut of the wng, ,.Hls
tlfle and pack lay where he had
left them. . 0 .
" The radio had been tuned in on
what probably was the Edmonton
relay of, the London metal market
report , The announcer started, to
give the last quoted price on plati
num :' "Refined piaunum, per troy
ounce, twelve pounds, seven shill
ings and" ' , 1 1
A whine and shriek like static tut
across the voice. The loud-speaker
blared into Jazz.
- Splashes told that 'Huxby was
tossing the empty cans and cases
Into the rlver, instead of down on
the wharf. That small yet wanton
waste proved that the mining engi
neer was a stranger In the North. -
Garth stooped forward under the
mlng and strut with his rifle. Miss
Itamlll 8 toutl with 'her very artl
nclully waved, 'semi-bobbed half
bared to. the breeze, , Upon taking
off her mosquito net to put on the
leather flying helmet, a swarm of In
sects bad at once attacked her. She
was trying to flirt them off Ip order
to replace the. protecting gauze. .
. "D-r-n your North country I" 1 she
exploded. - J, "r
"Wait, till yon. reach one of our
muskeg swamps. Miss RamlU. Iou'11
call this, heaten. But why the fly
ing suit Golpg to pilot the busr
"Is. that any of your business?" '
' "None whatever. Pardon my Im
pertinent curiosity. Only, as there
are not. three seats In the cockpit,
I. was moved to wonder If you. In
stead of your fiance,, are to be, my
riding' mate. fejv, tjf: ; -f
; "How else?; Qrvdoes the gentle
man imagine he can find my pros
pect without a guide?" .
"Dad will,, make yoo give Vivian
your ; route map. . . Til not let you
' This time, Garth did hot smile.
The Slrl was due for a lesson. "Suit
yourself and tell .Huxby he can
head for the North pole."
"Quite so. He -and your father
chn go there, or fhe other place
and you with them, fou're not only
a selfish snob' You're a brainless
fool to fancy a southern pilot can
back-trail a canoe route through un
mapped' forest and muskeg coun-try."-:f..'-:c'-';::j''
'.The girl's blue', eyes flared with
outraged pride, and vanity. Garth
smiled. He had paid her back In
full for her arrogance. It was
worth' waiting. - over, .until another
season for bis.fortuhe, up In that
hidden valley of the' Rockies.
'But before , he conld stoop un
der the strut to recover his pack
from the cabin, the girl called out
to ihlm. "Walt I did not under
stand.. If It's really necessary for
you to act a Vivian's guide But'
you bad no call to be so rude."
Though be turned back. It was
with no intention of bumbling him
self. He was not doped by her
seeming change to amiability. It
had been too sudden for sincerity.
:"A: womaq has no more right to
be rude than a man," he replied.
"When I hear you apologize' I'll con
sider whether an. apology is due
; The smile left beT rouge-smeared
Hps. ' He had never before seen
so disagreeable a look on any worn-
v it it
He Lifted Hie Pack Up Aaaln on
the Wharf, and Swung the Canoe
Over Hie Head. )
an's face. But before she could find
words to vent her feelings,1 Huxby
peered down over the side of the
cockpit, flushed from exertloin and
"Don't be all day. Garth. Cast
off the lines. Sorry, LUlth, thrft Tm
not to have your company." . '
- "Don't wtorry, old dear," she said.
'This woodsy pest will soon be a
thing of the past Only a few' hours
of the affliction, and we'll be rid
GARTH followed Miss Bamlli In
, under the monoplane's wing.
He -did hot offer to hand the girl
up 'into the cabin or help ship the
steps. Women's rights did- Include
courtesies' in return for, Insults.
He cast -off the tall mooring line
and swung aboard, with the coiled
rope and his rifle. As the' 'plane
drifted clear, the breeze swerved its
bead off from shore. Huxby paused
a moment to Jerk out a question;
' For answer, Garth pointed west
erly. Huxby ;t set the - propeller
whirling with the sAf-starter.. With
rapidly Increasing headway, the
plane skimmed out on the smooth
river. 1 -
Rifle between knees,' Garth set
tled down upon the cockpit seat at
the pilot's lbow. Huxby was first
to speak. -When the plane soared
above the west bank of the great
river, he leaned close to shout a
repetition of his question : "Router
Even to a man who had spent
years in the North, this view of
the "subarctic" landscape v. was a
puizllng maze. On the groupd Garth
would have had slight trouble re
tracing the course he bad followed
In and out of -the wilderness. From
the air, everything looked differ
ent ; For all his flying experience,
Garth could not,' as he expected,
strike a beellne. Though he knew
the general direction Of his find, he
was unable to guide the plane as
the erow flies. -,.; - ,
' . At. his . sign . to bank, v Huxby
frowned' but" brought . the plane
around In a wide curve; Very soon,
upriver; from the refueling station,
Garth sighted the : small swamp
stream on which .be had begun- and
ended bis trip into' the unknown.
This was a familiar point of de
parture, From it he again, directed
the pilot to the westward. '
Somewhat under an' hour later,
the swamps and low. ridges ended
at the upheave of an . eastward
thrust mountain range. A near view
of the barren peaks caused Garth to
twist the course about on a sharp
angle to : the southward. Those
mountains had not appeared any too '
familiar rph im.,i. i,.
iaark. ogn fronTine
air bad not lessened. ' For days on
1.1. i j 4-... -i-
eled through dense forests of '
spruce that shut off almost all wide
views, even of the mo.,ntin . i
The westward rise' of the fcoun-1 enough-and he second is cauea
try had by now forced the plane up "ogenle obe.lt, because it comes
another thousand feet. Higher trom outsloe m body-bating too
slopes ahead, called for still morelm"?n food- u ' .... ,.
altltnde. The Jagged skyline reared I However, whether the obesity Is
a thousand feet or more higher due te 8!and,8 t0 e,lgtnt00
than the plane. Huxby started to tn8 reduction in utto a
climb. Until within a mile of the ,very lar8e extent 8hould be acc?m
savage cliffs he Ignored Garth's ad-1 P8hed DT ?uttlD down on the
vice to. lessen the angle. Then, j amount of food eaten.
as the plane swept past an out-1 Dr- . Arany, Berlin stresses
Jutting peak on the right Garth three points for those whose over
signed towards the gap between It weight Is due to overeating. (1)
and the main mass. I Cutting down on the amount of
mu. .t L food eaten; (2)
iu ujguesi puiui ul uie pass wua
more than half a thousand feet
lower than the plane. Huxby pushed
the stick forward and shot down
for the gap on a long slant The
monoplane soon-drove tn . between
the towering precipices and steeply
pitched side .slopes of the immense
cleft. A little more, and the cleft
crooked to -the north. The plane
banked around the turn. Below
the bend the cleft widened in the
neve of a glacier. Farther down
the expense of snow-ice pinched
Into a narrow gulch. The gulch ran
down Into a deep mountain-rimmed
valley. Down the rough bed tum
bled a stream of milky glacier
Garth noted moving dots on the
tundra and white specks up on the
rocky slopes above them. But Hux
by saw neither the caribou nor the
mountain sheep. He had at once
spotted the lake In the valley bot
tom. - He angled on down as If to
plunge into the silvery sparkling
rlpplea of the lake. The monoplane
swooped above the upper shore and
drove on towards the foot of the
lake at full speed. Garth pointed
to the Intake from the glacier
Stream, and signed for a descent
The plane nosed down so steeply
that the pontoons went under. For
tunately the craft was almost fool
proof. She bobbed up without
plunging to the bottom. Hugby
taxied shoreward against the cur
rent from the stream and the thrust
of the down-gulch breeze.
. Garth stood up to pilot the pilot.
A clump of spruces stood a few
yards In from the water-smoothed
ledge on , the right bank of the
stream mouth. Huxby obeyed the
signal to shut off the motor. As the
propeller ceased to spin the plane
glided In between the banks of the
Uncoiling the line as he went.
Garth ran out on the right wing.
From the overhang he leaped down
on the shelf ledge and bounded
along if to the nearest spruce. The
plane bad already lost its headway
and was starting to drift backwards
In the swift outswirr of the stream.
The line tautened as Garth
whipped It around the tree trunk.
To make doubly safe, he used the
last foot for a pair of half hitches.
He knew what would happen If the
plane should drift free with no pilot
Snubbed fast, the monoplane
swung to the near bank and lay
with the right-hand float snug
against the polished waterllne of
the ledge. Huxby came out on the
wing and Jumped off to peer down
the glassy slope of rook at the pon
"Not so bad." he admitted.
"I had the place picked out"
Garth replied. "The rock Is very
slick. 'There'll be no need of fen
ders during our few hours' stay."
The engineer pilot shoved his
goggles up on the front of his hel
met "How's that? 'Picked out,' you
say.- Been around airplanes, have
"I know how rough stone will
chafe a boat," Garth replied. "Tour
floats are a kind of canoe. Can you
get Mr. Ramlll and bis daughter
ashore by way of the wing?"
: Miss RamlU called from the cab
in: "Why didn't, you pick a decent
landing place, Vivian? We never
can get ashore up this smooth slop
ing rock. -The steps art no use.
You'll have to make a gangway for
Dad and me."
(TO BE CONTINVED)
Origin of Name "Scioto"
; One version of the origin of the
name-"Scioto" says that It comes
from; the Indian word Seeyo-toh,
meaning . "great, legs," says the 1
Cleveland Plain Dealer. This' be
cause of Its numerous branches.
Like many other rivers in early
times, It bad an embarrassing pin
reality of Indian names. The Wyan
dot 'name was Sclontcv probably
from oughscanoto, the word - for
lUUIHUS? UIHUa fcllOBaV MtV w.wa-0
stream. It was, however, chiefly
known as the Scioto, meaning deer
DR. JAMES W. BARTON
Talks About , O
" Rsducinfl Weight
AS YOU know, there are
two mains classes of over
weight. fThe first is made up
of those who have always been
heavy ; were big babies or put
on a great amount pf-weight at
puberty 44 to 16 years of age.
The second Is made up of those
Who- have eaten more .than their
- . . . t .-1 '.I kAAiiaa than
oouiea requireu auu a vj
overweight take. UtUe or no ex-
xne nrsi type is Biwueii ui
dogenlc obealty (overweight) ! be-
ca,UM '"n" I'JJt artlve
selves-glands that are not active
BnaaBajaHaaBaBBaai tn.aasin the
amount of exercise
taken which calls
for more oxygen to
burn or use up In
the body tissues,
and (3) "regulating
the water exchange
by Increasing the
amount of urine
Doctor Arany sug
gess that the Indi
vidual be examined, weighed, the
metabolic rate measured (rate at
which the body processes work)
and then the food Intake be re
duced by as much as 20 to 30 per
cent below the food Intake that
these measurements require. He
suggests that bulky foods such as
cabbage, lettuce, celery, spinach,
fruits, vegetables (except potato),
graham bread, breakfast foods from
whole grains (oatmeal, shredded
wheat) be eaten In large quantities
because there Is so much roughage
(fiber) remaining after digestion.
These foods have less food value
or calories than more concentrated
foods and also help to prevent con
stipation. The foods that are rich or con
centrated and do not have much
roughage are sugar, white brejnd,
highly milled breakfast foods, pota
to, fats, and milk. These foods
should be reduced In amount.
The second point, muscular exer
cise, is very Important, as exercise
Increases heart and lung action and
the Increased oxygen coming into
the lungs burns up the fat tissue In
and on the body. He warns those
who are overweight to "begin with
light exercise and gradually In
crease It; the strength of the heart,
lungs and circulation or blood pres
sure being carefully watched.
The third point the water bal
ance Is very Important as over
weights carry an excess of water
In proportion to the excess fat. As
mentioned before, one pound of fat
carries three and one-half pounds
of water with it, simply because
fat tissues hold so much more wa
ter than muscle.
Water Is removed from the body
(and water means weight) by sim
ply cutting down on the amount of
fluid taken water, tea, coffee, soft
or hard drinks by inducing sweat
ing by steam or Turkish baths, and
sometimes by taking drugs to drive
out fluids by way of the kidneys.
It Is amusing to see an over
weight Individual weigh himself,
take a fairly long Turkish bath and
lose three to five pounds and when
he is ready to leave, weigh himself
again only to find that he is as
heavy as before he took the Turkish
bath. This Is due. of course, to the
fact that after emerging from the
bath, he drank a number of glasses
of water which replaced the water
removed from his body by the Turk
ish bath. The removal of the wa
ter and Its replacement was good
for him, but It prevented the loss of
Doclor Arany's suggestions are
to reduce weight In accord with
those in genera) use less food, more
exercise, less water or other fluid.
, Danger of Overweight
Dr. L. G. Graves in his book
"Foods In Health and Disease,"
says, "An excess of fat is detri
mental to health and Is a predis
posing factor In degenerative dis
eases of the heart, blood vessels
and kidneys. An accumulation of
fat around the heart handicaps Its
action while the Increased body
weight adds to the work demanded
of It and a large percentage of over
weight persons have high blood pres
sure." Dr. E, P. Joslln, Boston, the out
standing authority on diabetes,
warns those who have a family his
tory of diabetes against the dan
ger of .becoming fat He believes
that those with a family history of
diabetes may escape diabetes by
avoiding overweight. He believe.
also that overweight Is the most
common cause of diabetes.
HouiewitVs Idea Box
A Midaf ternoon Bits
When the kiddles come home from
school in the afternoon they may feel
somewhat hungry. It is better to
give them an apple or a piece of
some other kind of fruit than to let
them have candy, cookies or cake.
The' fruit will not Interfere with the
appetite, but will have a beneficial
effect THE HOUSEWIFE.
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Sol. 3. Lupoff, a passenger on the
Hner Dixie, which stranded on a reef
off the coast of Florida, went back to
New York with mingled feelings
about women. What puzzled Lupoff
was that the women were scared as
they wore awkward life belts and
braced themselves against slipping
furniture, but they continued to dab
their noses with powder and apply
Women thould take only
Many believe any laxative they
might take only makes constipation
worse. And that isn't true.
Do what doctors do to relieve
this condition. They use a liquid
A cleansing dose today; a smaller
quantity tomorrow; less eacn lime,
until bowels need no help at all.
laxative, and keep reducing the
dose until the bowels need no help
Reduced dosage is the secret of
aiding Nature in restoring regularity.
You must use a little less laxative
each time, and that's why your laxa
tive should be in liquid form. A liquid
dose can be regulated to the drop.
The liquid laxative generally used
is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It
contains senna and cascara both
natural laxatives that form no habit
even with children. Syrup Pepsin is
the nicest tasting, nicest acting laxa
tive you ever tried.
A woman's promise to be on time
carries a lot of wait
No matter how many medicines
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Serious trouble may be brewing and
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Is loosened and expelled.
Even, if other remedies have
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Get Creomulslon right now. (Adv.)
Let's be frank. There's only one way for
your body to rid itseli of the wast mat
ters that causa acidity, gat, headaches,
bloated feelings and a dozen other dis
comforts your intestines must function.
To make them move quickly, pleas
antly, completely, without griping.
Thousands of physicians recommend
Milnesia Wafers. (Dentists recommend
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These mint flavored candy-like wafers
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is approximately equal to a full adult
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thoroughly in accordance with the direc
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they correct acidity, bad breath, flatu
lence, at their source and at the same
tune enable quick, complete, pleas
Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20
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