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TJWi BUB: OMAHA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920.
Virginia Lowe a
Bride at Church
All Saints church was the scene
of n attractive wedding Wednesday
afternoon, when JJiss Virginia Lowe
became the bride of Eyerett Good
of Kearney. She was given in mar
riage by her mother, Mrs. Harry
Burt I'atrick. Rev. Thoma Cas
ady perforni,ed the ceremony before
the altar, which was banked with
Miss Leona Kramer of Cleveland,
who acted as bridesmaid, was
gowned in renin's egg blue taffeta
and georgette embroidered in silver,
vith hat to match, and she carried
an arm bouquet of pink button
The bride was lovely in a gown
of white satin and georgette com
bined with real filet lace medallions.
It was made round length and with
short sleeves. Her tulle veil fell
from a cap of tulle aud white rib
bons to the hem of the skirt A
bouquet of Ophelia roses and white
button chrysanthemums with a
shower of sweetheart roses and
swansonia completed her costume.
Mrs. Patrick wore a gown of dark
brown satin and a hat of gold cloth
and mink fur.
H. Wayne Good of Peru was best
man and the ushers were Milton and
Donald Blankenship and Clarence
Howie, all if Peru, and Dr. Fran-,
cis Snider of Omaha.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held at the Patrick home.
Assisting were Mrs. H. Wayne
Good of Peru and Mrs. E. E. Moore
and Miss Charlotte Reynolds.
The bride's traveling suit was of
suehow blue tluve de laine embroid
ered in chenille, with which she
wore a silver clpth and blue panne
velvet hat. ' .
The couple will take a southern
trip. After January I they will be
at home in Peru.
Mrs. John Slaker Visits
Clubs in Southwestern
Part of State.
Mrs. olm Slaker of Hastings,
president of the Nebraska Federa
tion of Women's Clubs, has returned
to her home from a trip through the
southwestern part of the state.
Mrs. Slaker visited the Wauneta
Woman's club in the extreme south
west. While she was the guest of
the president, Mrs. Alice Walker. A
splendid program was given by the
local club. Members said the talk
by- Mrs. Slaker would be a wonder
ful help to the Wauneta club in its
, future work. A delightful lunch
' eon was served at the close of the
meeting at the home of Mrs. John
Green. -' '' . -. :'
Mrs. Sfyker fowui the club spirit
very trong at Palisade. A recep-v
tion was held for the state president
at the home of Mrs D. M. Kerr,
president of the local woman's
club. Mrs. Slaker spoke before a
large audience on "The Needs of the
Mrs. E. E. Burr, president of the
Fifth district, and Mrs. J. H. Cor
rick, state chairman of conservation,
accompanied the state "president on
her visit to Wauaeta and Palisade.
At Ctilbertson, under the auspices
of the local federated clubs, Mrs.
Slaker gave an address in, the Meth
Mrs. Slaker talked to representa
tive women of McCook, who, after
hearing her talk on "What Feder
ated Clubs Do For a Community,"
votedto organize a departmental
woman's club. The following com
mittee was appointed to draft a con
stitution and bylaws: Mesdames F.
M. Kimmel, George Willetts, Z. L,
Kay, E. p. . Perkins and C. M. Kent.
, At Holdrege Mrs. Slaker ad
dressed a large audience of men and
women at an open .meeting of the
local woman's club. While there
she was the guest of Mrs. A. A.
Mrj. Slaker plans to visit the
Third district in January.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Morsman jr.,
and Mr. and Mrs. William Pixley
will entertain 30 guests at the Prince
ton Triangle club performance at the
Brandeis theater Christmas night, in
honor of their daughters, Miss Mary
M.orsman and the Misses Virginia
and Rowena Pixley, ,
The guests will attend the ball to
be given iq honor of the Princeton
men at the Fontenelle, following the
' , ( Roach-Ring.
The marriage of Mist Emma Ellen
Ring, daughter , of Mrs. Thomas
Ring, to Thomas Edward Roach, of
this city, took place Wednesday
1 morning at St. Philomenas church.
The attendants were the bride's
sister, Mits Lily R. Ring, and Roy
B. Brownell. Following the cere
mony a wedding breakfast was
served at the home of the bride's
mother. Aftef an eastern wedding
trip, Mr. and Mrs. Roach will re
side in Omaha.
December 29 has been' chosen by
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Metz for the
date of the holiday dancing party
to lie given at their home in honor
of their daughter, Miss Olga, and
their son, Louis.
I ' The marriage of Miss Helen
S Leitch, daughter of Mrs. J. C. Leitch,
i and Russell F. Olson took place
I Wednesday afternoon at the First
1 1 Presbyterian church. Rev. E. H.
Jenks "officiated. The attendants
were Mrs. Ed Conners of Riverton.
Wye, s sister of the bride, and
Walter Rankin. Mr. and Mrs. Olson
will take a short trip after which
they will reside in Omaha.
Dolls To Be Featured.
Sol! Land will come to life at
the All Saints church bazar to be
held Saturday, December 4, from 10
to 5, at the Fontenelle hotel. Mrs.
W. Wi Hoagland has charge of the
attractive disolav of dollies srreat
and small The Shaap girls, who aw
well known - for their taste in doll
wardrobes. are busy with ' their
needles, and Mrs. Floyd Smith has
a doll that she is dressing. . The
members of Dundee guild are all
'busy making doll clothes and tiny
bisque dolls with real hair and "go
to sleep eyes are oeirg teaturea.
The dances which have been
yhutned for the first Saturday of
Season's First Debutante
L S V
Miss Marian Hamilton, tlis first
debutante of the 6eason to make her
bow ;to Omaha society, was pre
sented by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles William Hamilton, Wednes
day evening, at adancing party at
Miss Hamilton " wore ' a girlish
frock of flowered chiffon over white
taffeta, trimmed i in rhinestones.and
crystal beads. A bouquet of sweet
heart roses completed this at
A gown of dark blue velvet was
worn by Mrs. Hamilton ,and Mrs.
each month by the Woman's Benefit
Association of Maccabees, have been
changed to the first Wednesday of
the month. The next dance will be
given December 1 at Kei-Pine's
academy. " :
Omaha War Mothers.
The regular meeting of the
Omaha War Mothers, scheduled
for Thursday, will be omitted ow
ing to Thanksgiving day.
Esther Park of Omaha won the
second Pan-Hellenic scholarship pin
at the University of Nebraska, which
was awarded luesday.
, " Bridge Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. J.'T. Keliey enter
tained; 12 guests at a bridge dinner
colds and flu
New Elixir, Called Aspironal,
Medicated With' Latest.
Scientific Remedies. Used
and Endorsed by European
and American Army Sur
geons to Cut Short a Cold
and Prevent Complications.
Every Druggist in U. S. In
' structed to Refund Price
While You Wait at Counter
If Relie f Does Not Come
Within Two Minutes.
Delightful Taste, Immediate
Relief , Quick Warm-Up.
Thj sensation of the year in the
drug trade is Aspironal, the two
minute cold and rough reliever, au
thoritative! guaranteed by the lab
oratories tested, approved and most
enthusiastically endorsed by the
highest authorities, and proclaimed
by the common people as, ten times
aa quick and effective as whiskey,
rock and rye, or nhy other cold and
cough remedy they have ever tried.
All drug stores are how supplied
with the wonderful new elislr, so all
you have to do to get rid of that cold
la to step into the nearest drug store,
hand the clerk half a dollar for -a
bottle of Asplrcial and tell him to
serve you two teaspoonfuls with four
teaspoonfuls of water In a glass.
With your watch in yeur hand, take
the drink at on swallow and call
for your money tack in two minutes
if you cannot feel your cold fading
away like a dream within the ime
limit. Don't be bashful, for all drug
gists invite you and expect you to
try It Everybody's Coins it
When your coid or cough is re
lieved, take the remainder of the
bottlo home to your wlXe and babies,
for Aspironal la by far the safest and
most effective, the easiest' to take
and the most agreeable cold and
cough remedy for infants and children,'
Charles William Hamijtou, jr., wore
jade green georgette. '
Assisting Mrs. Hamilton were
Mesdames Fred P. Hamilton, Frank
T. Hamilton, Charles William Ham
ilton, jr., Milton Barlow, Arthur
Crittenden Smith, T. J. Rogers.
Henry Wyman, J. E. Summers, Os
good Eastman, C. C George, Luther
Kountue, O. C; '-'t Redick, Frank
Keogh, Lawrence Brinker, Jack
Summers, and the Misses Erna Reed,
Margaret Greer iBaum, Josephine
Congdon and Emily Keller.
Dancing was followed by a supper.
"Woodmen Circle federation will
hold a bazar and carnival at Crounse
hall, Sixteenth and' C&pitol avenue,
Friday, November 26, from 11 a. m.
to 11 p. m. v
Dr. A. F. Jonas is spending a
short time in California. V
, C. E. Bennett of Hot Springs,
5. D., spent several days last week in
Omaha with his sons, Elting and
Howard. He was enroute to Chi
Leonard Swanson left Wednes
day o spend the remainder of the
week in Clay Center, Neb.
Dr. and Mrs. James . Walvoord
will spend Thanksgiving in Lexing
Ruth Anderson returned Tuesday
from the University of Nebraska at
Lincoln where she it a student. She,
will remain in Omaha until Mon
day. Mrs. E. M. Reynolds spent last
week in Lincoln with her daughter,
Katherine, at the Achoth sorority
house. Miss Reynolds .will 6pend
Jhauki giving it Omaha.
.Malcolm Baldrige returned home
from Lincoln Wednesday to spend
the remainder of the week in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Head will
spend Thanksgiving in St. Joseph,
Mo. They will return to Omaha
Mrs. Samuel Colt of Colorado
Springs is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
J. T. Kelley, and Mr. Keliey. Mrs.
Colt will remain in Omaha until
after the first of the year. x
Paul Harrington of North Platte
has returned from Lincoln and re
mained in Omaha for the Hamilton
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Neilson of
Kirkmari, la., are guests at the P. F.
Petersen home for Thanksgiving.
Miss Eleanor Scheib and Miss
Florence Hinkle of New York, who
are now en tour with Alma Gluck,
the noted singer, spent last week in
Omaha as the guests of Mrs. Ar
thur Metz. , ',...
Miss Gertrude Stcut returned
tome from the east Tuesday.
Miss Margaret Wattles arrived
home Wednesday from the Univer
sity of Nebraska to be with her par
en Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wattles,
for the' Thanksgiving holidays.
Dr. Charles Heider returned Tues
day frorn Kearney where he spent
several days. - "
Albert G. 'Ritchie gave the princi
pal address at . the Founders'
day banquet e-f the Psi Upsilon fra
ternity at the University club, Chi
cago, on Thanksgiving eve.
' Miss Marguerite Fallon has re
turned to- Omaha from the Univer
fity of Nebraska and will spend,
Thanksgiving wkh her parents, Mr.'
! , ' - The Spirit i oktay '
Quaint simplicity, suggestive of the sincere reverence which
prompted our Pilgrim Fathers in proclaiming a day of Thanksgiv
ing characterizes the fall showing of enclosed Cadillacs. , -
y At no time in history has it been so important that we should
v adhere rigidly to standard of proved soundness in the things ,
. with which we surround ourselves. r '
'V " i
The Cadillac car offers the altogether unusual combination of '
good engineering and sound construction, substantial design and " -enduring
style, affording dependable transportation of the
highest class for. years to come.
Should you care to accept our invitation we shall be delighted"
to have you spend a few moments with us amid the simple, taste
ful surroundings which have been arranged. You will not be
solicited at this exhibition. - ' ' . ' i.
"A Safe Flacc to Buy"
Farnam St. at 26th St.
and Mrs. J. P. Fallou. Miss Wini
fred Meryhew of Luray,"' Mo., will
arrive Saturday to be the week-end
guest pf Miss Fallon. Both are
members of Kappa Kappa Gamma
at the university. ..
Mrs. J. V. Fallon returned Monday
from a trip to Des Moines and Wav
erly, la. ;
Miss Carolyn Miller of Omaha,
who is attending Iowa State college
Bl? Ames, will spend Thanksgiving
day in Dts MoSncs.
Melin Sweet will spend Thanks
giving in Davenport, la, with his
family. . " f ' " ,.
Charles Morearty will go to Co
lumbns, Neb., Thursday to referee
a Thanksgiving foot bail game. .
Ellen Marie Adkins and Florence
English will spend Thanksgiving in
Red Cloud, Neb.
Miss Mildred Walker, a student
at the University of Nebraska, re
turns Thursday from . Lincoln to
spend the week-end here.
Miss Ruth Nickhm is spending the
Thanksgiving holidays here with her
parentsMran Mrs. O. A, Nickum.
She returns to the University of
Nebraska at Lincoln next Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles J. Emerson
will spend the week-end in Allison,
la., witk Dr. Emerson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Emerson.
Auxiliaries to Meet. : 1
Auxiliaries of the Episcopal
churches of Omaha, South Omaha
and Florence will hold their regular
monthly meeting at Trinity
cathedral parish house Friday after
noon, 2:30. Mrs. Frank' Snotwell,
Mrs.. Conrad Young nd Mrs. C. O.
Rich, of Auxiliary . B cf All Saints
parish will give a prixr-am on Alas
ka. Auxiliary A of AU Saints ..will
Lawtori Auxiliary. I
Regular meeting of Henry , W.
Lawton auxiliary Wednesday even
ing, November 24, Memorial hall,
court house. t
" Danea Club -Bazar.
The Danea 'club will 'hold a ba
zar, Saturday, November 27, ,at
the Swedish Auditorium to raise
funds for the Danish Old People's
Home, t Mrs. ' A. Rasmussen, 2911
Izard street, ha? charge of the
reservations, and may1 be reached by
telephone at Harney 4241.
, Card Party. ' "
' A card party and dance will he
given Wednesday evening at Kel
Pines' academy, Twenty-fifth and
Farnam streets, for the benefi of
the building fund of St. Mary Mag
dalenes church by the Lady Forest-,
rs of Omaha. -
Problems That Perplex
Answered by ,
BEATRICE FAIRFAX , ' x
BY BEATRICE FAIRFAX.
Dear Miss Fairfax: Thb boy I'm
in love with makes a salary of $90
a week. The . only time he gives tne
anything I- on my birthday which
flls, on Christmap. My parents do
uot like the idea ' of his not giving
jne more. s1t is now three yeara
since I have known him, but I do not
know whether he cares for me. I've
spoken to him about it and ha aaya
that if he didn't care for me he
would not be seeing me. My father
has askedvhim whether he has any
intentions and .he aid that he had,
Jjut that he didn't intend to get
marrjed for two or three years. He
doesn't care to be engaged as yet
either. I am not anxious to be en
gasred or married as yet either, but,
still, my pcoplo say he should treat
m"e much better than he dSes and
thpy make life miserable for me. He
la 20. I am 18. What Bhall I do?
Since you are not engaged it
would be in very bad taste f6r thta
boy to shower you with presents. At
his age he ought not to b bound
down by an engagement. . If you
were to stop nagging at him, natur
ally your deep friendship would de
velop into something more. But
trying to force matters will only de
trnv thfim entlrelv. Tour neoDle
are not acting wisely. He would not!''
seek you out all the time if he didJ
not care for you. - But if you havea t
a bit more poise and common senae,
my dear, you will destroy that car
ing. Your people are thinking only
of protecting 'you but this' is not
the way To do It They must train
you to be tfustworthy and steady
and learn' to know the boy by 'in
viting him now and then to dinner in
your home. ;
An Unreasonable Mother.
. Dear Miss Fairfax: I have been
going laboiit with a young man for
three years; -We were to be married
In a year and a' half.'hut his mother
objected. She says she has always
told him she wouldn't live with atfy
daughter-iivlaw. She is Just making
life miserable for him. She hasn't
spoken to him for three weeks, t. My
parents want me to give him up,
and I am Just about heartbroken.! I
am 28, and he is ten years my
senior. She isn't depending on him
for support, but hasn't any relative
she would care to live with. M. K, A
This woman is being most unfair to
you and to her son as well. A man
of his age ought to be able to man
age the situation. The thing to -do
is to talk his Another into a more
sensible and generous frame of mind.
She has a right to protection 'and
consideration, but not to dominate
the situation and break upyour hap
piness Just because she wants
neither to live with a daughter-in-law
nor to give up living with her
-,; , . Meet Him of Course.
v Dear Miss Fairfax: I am 22 and
aoout to De. married.- My sweet
heart's home is in a western state.
charge from the army.
Now ho has asked liio te meet him
at the station upon his arrival hero,
and I have consented. ,
My sister and I. have" 'quarrelled
about this. She says it would not
be proper for a girl to meet a man,
and that ho can ask his way ofanyr
knrlv If h rl w.url'f flnri if Vn. fhlti
is not his reason for asking me tol
meet him, but Just because he would;
like me to ao so.
Sister also suys I would be run
ning after him if I did this.
What shall I do? E. X
Your sister's ideas of "propriety" i
haven't a spark of kindness as their i
basis. I should say that for you to I
fail to meet your, fiance when he
reaches the city from a far away ,
town would be completely Improper. :
Besides and this is more Important !
It would be unkind and lacking in
the foeling I hope "you have for the
man you're going to marry.
Chaperons. . v '
Dr. and Mrs. G.'H. Beck and Dr.
and Mrs. James Walvoord and Dr.
and Mrs. A. D. Davis . acted as
chaperons at a dance' given Toes
day evening at Iota chapter house
of rhi Rho Sigma. "
J Gargle with warm salt water
then apply over throat
Otfer 17 Million Jan Used Yearly
Appear kt Your
Best Instantly "
If you receive a sudden
caller or an unexpected in
vitation you can (eel con
fident of always appearing
at your best In but a few
moments it renders to your
skin wonderfully pure.
oft complexion that is
t beyond comparison.
Don't use cosmetics
to hide sKxn trouble
aids poor complexions
If your complexion is rough, red, or
pimply, don't try to ?over tap the de
fects with cosnwtics which do not con
ceal, bat usually attract attention to the
reason for their use. Begin today to
clear your skin with Resinol Ointment
and Resinol Soap. ; . ' ,"
This treatment not only cleanses the
skin and enables ; it Ui breathe -bat
usually removes, blotch redne and
roughness. : '
Ask your dealer for Resinol Soap and Ointment.
Udies A few days' treatment with
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER TILLS
wia ac more to clean
up the skin than all
the beauty treat
ments in crea
tion An Im
caused by a J
I T TLE
Million! si people, old. roung and midd.e age,
take '.hem tot Bilioukesa. Oizjinea. Sick
Headache. Jpet . Stomach and lot Sallow.
Pimpl and Blotdiy Skin. Tbej end the
.-niaerr of Constipation.
Small Pill-Small Oose Small Price
. . i V
Ho Fear ilow
A Host of People Seem to Thrive on
What Uaed to Provcka Indices
tion Before They Learned of
Stuart a Dyspepsia Tablets. 1
When the atomach becomes (our, with
Kaesiness and heartburn due to indiges
tion or dyspepsia relief may be had by
one or two Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets..
Simply chew them, no'liot water nor any
other fillers for a stomach perhaps al
ready too much overcrowded.
These tablets supply to the atomacn tne
alkaline effect which is what relieves the
sour acid condition. They also contain
?ancreatin to help diirest the starchy
oods uch as potatoes,' rice, oatmeal,
white flour, etc.
Get a 60 cent box of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets, have them on, hnnd at all times
and thus have 'no fear of indigestion or
The Tact that the tablets are on sale
everywhere in ttu U. 3. and Canada shows
how itenernlly recognised they are as an
efficient aid wlren the dyspeptic Stomach
needs alittle lielp. .
where ho was aont upon
I Biscuit delicious 1
, ; ' j Comforts
Have Dropped In Price
vThere is a differeuce
in Blankets arid Com
'forts, especially in- their
warmth and wearing and
serviceable qualities da
not be satisfied unless
you get the Bowen guar
anteed kind. They will
give you years of satis
'''Another and very im
portant fact to consider
when ybu buy, you want
to know that you are
paying the right price.
,' Bowen's Price tags no
longer bear the old war
prices, but the greatly re
duced Low Ebb Prices
are in effect right now in
every department at
Bowen's, the Value-Giving
And, as usual, you
make your own terms.
People Notice It. Drive Them
Off with Dr. Edwards'
v' Olive Tablets
A pimply face wilkiot eirfoaffasS yoti
much longer if you get a package of
should begin to clear after you t rve
taken the tablets a few nights. '
Qeanse the blood, bowels and ' ft
wth Dr. Edwards' Olive TableU, iM
successful substitute for cakmel; then 1
no sickness or pain after taking the !f
Dr. Edwards? Olive .Tablets do th I
which calomel, does, and just as efi f
lively,, but their action is gentle a f
safe instead of severe and irritatir.
No one who takes Olive Tablets f
ever cursed with a "dark brown tasttfU
a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no goor :l
feeling, constipation, torpid, liver,
disposition or pimply face. g
Olive Tablets are a purely vegetal
compound mixed witfoolive oil; you 4
know them by their olive color.
Dr. Edwards spent years amor pa- i
lients afflicted rath fiver and bov.d
complaints, and Olive Tablets are the ;
immensely effective result. Taker je or j
two nightly for a week. See how much
better you feel and look. 15c and 30c
Says Doctor's "Answer"
To Another Proved Bless
ing Beyond Estimate
Tells About Mentho-Laxene Home'
' , Mada Cough" Syrup
!T''lt!'S U. : t- i
T))r. Lewis Baker, known thcoushout th
country as an advocate of pure liiediclncv,
receivert a ramarKsle letter from Mrs.
Maud Neefon. 104 Harrison avenue.. Ven
ice, Cal.t In which she described her en He
tia one of ev5r touprhlnp, day and nlKht,
tor a period of 15 montn.s, wltjiout relief
from physician'" treatment, patent medi
cines or Christian Silence. She writes,
"fter describiftfir her Intense snfferng: "One
(lay In reading the paper I saw your reply
'o a question:-' Oty a elironlc cough ie
curedr' You recommended Mcntho-t '
ene. I bought a Zufc-oz. bottle and bp?
i.BiMK Ik evti Millie i me iiicuna
t- cough, and a truly as I am living
Say in two weeks time my cough wa't
snlutely gone, and I have .never hac.f
n.l,p .iTCa ami If lis. W. llira, ' L
pince I'obti'inett such wonderful result
She continues end tells of a young a.
whe had a terrible coayh atid aorenes '
the lungs to whom she reeommetid'
Mentho-LAXene, and whom ehe positive
states was absolutely well in two month
Such results are not unusual and this fa. .
accounts for 4.000 barrels of Mentho
iaxene being used the paat year. A small
bottle of it makes a full phit of couerh.
syrup. Directions for making and takmc
accompany each bottle.
UB PAINS FROM
ORE, LAME BACK
Rub, Backache away with
tmall trial bottle of old
"St. Jacob's Oil."
Back hurt you? Can't straighten
up without feeling sudden pains,
sharp- acltcs and twinges? Notf
listen! That's lumbaeo. sciatica-"
f AIY ERTIXKM EXT
maybe, from a strain, and you'll fiX
relief the moment you rub your baci I
. 1 . . (If. T i
im sooiiuiiK. pciiciraiin si. Ja
cob's Oil." Nothing else takes out
soreness, lapieness and stiffness so
trflfckljr.- You simply rrjb''it'on-vootf,
back and out 'conies the pair. It i
iiarfilless"aiid jtlocsn't bnrn"me'skinr
' lumber' u! Don t-"sufierr.f Get a
small trial-"ottle pt old, honest "Su
JacoliJs'Qironi any. drug stor''l ,
aridJaftcr nsing U just :dnce y -forget
that you ever had back;
kimtiagO orsqatica, because V ?
oatif yfi'ii never hurt or caus i
more misery. It nver disarm, .
and. has been recommended 1 i
... , . .. : .
'Even the Roots of
Superfluous Hmr Van'
Estlrly New Method; Wsrks Won'1,,'
i i if f "
' What Is the use of merely takfr. W
the hair-ends and not destroying n
roota of superfluous hairT Do yoa
that you. can easily. anil quickly r,
lb hair antire. including the roots.
ordinary phelactineT Just try ill
odorless, non.irritating, and so hfcr. L
a child could safely eat it. Far supenel
to depilatories, electrolysis, etc. l Get s ,
stick of phelactine today from your druB-
gist and have the pleasure of actually re
moving the offending hair-roc ta at' last
before your very eyea. .
Sbarman McCoanaU Dyg Ca
r - si I
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