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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 March 1922

W;'4t; ..''' , ,-'•' ■■; ■ 1 \ jg| |^gj :t' V,'1 THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN F|P ... i$£ V.. IP Eg Distinctive Spring Wraps; School and Play Garments IK ONE plans in ouy n spring wnip and ii new frock to wear under it, well nnil good! If, however, one must choose between tlit* two, considering the fickleness of spring weather, flie better part of wisdom is to decide in favor of tlie wruji. Tliere is culm assurance in tlie luippy possession of iin outer garment which not only bespeaks style, lint which fortifies against cool breezes. I'aris says long waist lines and Mouse effects. The advance coat mod- els show these tendencies. Anotiier style point Is contrasting color effect. The lining, together with tractiveness. The ideal garment must stand the wenr and tear of romp uad play, and still look neat and pretty. Krom the kiddie's standpoint, "where is the fun of being all dressed up when we go wading or turn somersaults, or make mud pies, or play ball? What we children want is sometlring tha...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 March 1922

i skJ«S08r - ly newspaper publUhed every Krldaj morning at Ku k. Cherokw County, Texas W. L. MARTIN Editor and sPubll h«r OKKU'E PHONE \ ■& f ' ' J 1 n & SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year - - #1.50 Six Mouths - - -7ft Tliree Mouths .40 This paper stops at expiration of subscrip- tion. No paper "forced" on anyone. Entered as second-class matter July 1 >. 910, at the postoffice at Uu k. Tex ts, undvr lie Act of March 3. IrtTU. • Matter Intended for publication should be •lgnei. Address matter lor the uewspivper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following as candidates for nomination for the office under which their name appears, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries. For Congressman, Second Dist.: JOHN B. BURNS of Shelby County. For Tax Assessor: WILEY F. HOLCOMB P. B. MUSSLEWHITE For Tax Collector: A. R. (Berry) ODOM JOE G. SUMMERS For County Judge: J. J. BOLTON For County Attorney: M. C. (Jake) CHILES For Clerk of Distr...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 March 1922

gph • 'i ' le P ji- |r. Lii* )y Society and Clubs If. L. JKCarlin, Editor, Phone 69 Sloan, H. C. Knickerbocker, Rog- ers Ray, John A. Sloan, Tom Frazer, Raymond Vermillion, Liwson; Misses Tish Windham. Lois Guinn, Jaret. Ail Euter Party of Much C harm. Mr^ James I. Perkins Jr., en- tertained the Entre Nous Tues- day afternoon with a very de- lightful Easter party. The ap- pointments of the party were very charming, the score cards being little Easter hats of vari- ous hues, the table and number of the player b *ing on the price tag. Each guest winning a game was given a little Easter egg to put in her hat. The place cards for the dainty refreshments were little rabbits, eggs, and chickens dressed up as pretty Easter girls, each one wearing an Easter vi se. The guest prize was a willow to Jacksonville, th basket with a brass container Lied with pink tulle, won by Airs. Richard Mallard. The c i u b prize, a candy basket filled ilh j Parent-Teachers Association. The P. T. A. met 1 ist ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 March 1922

pbsIM C'f I v< ill n f i ■ itbiia NEWS OF ESPECIAL INTERETS IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE EN- TIRr WEEK REDUCED FOR BUSY REAOEH3 Portrayal of tho history of Mts a«rt <B a frieze across (be front of the Capitol building recently -was decided upon by the Capitol Decoration Com- mission. The commission appropriat- ed $50,000 for the work, it will re- quire about three years to complete the frieze. Texas News WASHINGTON— (Announcement of a movement in Congress to reduce the army to 100.- 000 enlisted men or possibly lower ■was given the House by Representa- tive Sisson of Mississippi, ranking Democrat on the committee which recommended a total of lla,00\>. —o— Appropriation of funds sufficient to continue without interruption the federal aid highway construction pro- gram was urged upon congress bv William C. Markham. representing the American Association of State Highway Officials and the American Farm Bureau Federation. In making an appropriation, congress should provide enough money...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 March 1922

- >■ ■■:■*: :,W:V ■ ■"?•"■ ' iv ; ''.'■. /'' ' ^ - * ' ■> • Vv "V'v ' '•'.:> i THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN 1° I lo It lo lo Illustrations byy —- •^IrWiN Myers :o THE FIRST KISS. Synopsis.—With his grandfather, 8ma.ll Ramsey Miihollarid is watch- ing the "Decoration Day Parade" in the home town. The old gentle- man, a veteran of the Civil war, endeavors to impress the young- ster with the significance of the gTeat conflict, and many years aft- erward the boy was to remember his words with startling vividness. In the schoolroom, a few years afterward, Hamsey is not distin- guished for remarkable ability, though his pronounced dislikes are arithmetic, "Recitations" and Ger- man. In sharp contrast to Ram- sey'* backwardness is the precocity qt Mttle Dora Yocurn. a young lady Whom In his bitterness he denomi- nates "Teacher's Pet." In high school, where he and Dura are olassmates, Ramsey continues to that tis « majiu rest ner superiority, and the vln- dlctlveness lie Renerat.es becomes ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 24 March 1922

V pp ?- m Hi * $ '< wjk jj j § It'i 9 I? ■ - - ••- •■' • y r ■' : -, '■ •iff. •••'!* ,• 1 • „ en you make your visits to Rusk ■point you do not have to give much thought to; you can find PLENTY TO EAT at Bauer's. We serve Regular Meals. Merchants Lunches, Short Orders, and at this season of the year OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. C. & W. BAUER Restaurant, Bakery, and Confectionery. J EASY TO SERVE a fine lunch quickly with our biscuits, canned fish, meat or poultry and our jams, pickles, olives, etc. Not a bit of cooking re- quired, a big luncheon can be prepared in a few min- utes. Many fine house- keepers keep a supply of our table dainties onhand. It will be a good idea for you to do likewise. C. E. JAY East Side Square The Grocer RUSK, TEXAS DC r I am still selling the best of .Meats and Groceries. .a Right now at the beginning of the new year we want to extend to all you people- an expression of our thanks for the libera! patronage accorded to us dur- ing the time we have been ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 March 1922

mi HE RUSK CHEROKEEAN $V ' ' Iff fe. VOL. 3 RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1922 NO. 39 Harding Invited to Address Editors. Washington, D.|C., March29— President Harding is shaping plans for his Alaska trip next summer so that he can attend the 37th annual convention of the National Editorial Associa tion to be held at Missoula, Mon- tana, early in July. The Presi- dent is a paid-up member of the National Editorial Association and proud of his affiliation with this organization of newspa- per owners. Such an address would be of national interest. Preparations are made for two special de luxe trains to transport the editors during their entire tour of twenty-one days, starting and ending at Chicago. Besides visiting Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, trfe newspaper party will travel over the vast stretch of Montana, stopping in twenty or more towns and passing through the mining and agricultural districts of the state. Part of the journey will be by water, up Fla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 March 1922

mm THE RUSK CHER0KEEA1* EPITOMIZED NEWS OF ESPECIAL INTEREST IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE EN- TIRE WEEK REbUCEO FOR BUSY READERS WASHINGTON— A series of orders denying applica- tions of short line railroads for either (Jovernmeut loans or permission to is- sue and sell bonds was issued by the Interstate Commerce Commission. —o—- All naval vessels except combatant craft arriving ai the Hampton Roads naval base from foreign ports will be searched for "suspicious packages" under orders issued by Rear Admiral Rodman, Commandant of the Fifth Naval District. —o— . ■Congress has completed the defi- ciency appropriation bill carrying more than $130,000,000, including about $94,000,000 for the Veterans' Bureau. The bill now goes to Presi dent Harding for approval, the Sen ate having receded from one of the minor items in dispute. —o— Approval of eighty-one advances foT agricultural and live stock purposes, aggregating $1,919,000, was announced by the War Finance Corporation. The loans included Illi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 March 1922

WW& I'.'v''<- ■>■:.' '■> '■ THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN —■ ■■ •If*, anHiiiiiiiHiiniiiniiiiiiiiiniiiimiiniiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHUiiiHH iiiininiiiiiiiiiiiininini.HiiniHMiiiiiiiniiHiHiHHniHiniiiiiiiij 1 .4 Iren Jttle limp Inkti hi* le Is I i Ramsey Milholland By BOOTH TARKINGTON Copyright by Doubleday, Page & Company cwoc<>oooococK3ooooooccwx?ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo SMART NEW SPRING WRAP; MILLINERY IS BEWITCHING | bo<x>0Cv0<>000<x)0000<x>'X>0&:'0<x>0Ooo00<:'00C<>0^XK'0<x>C'000':>00 -in mi iiiiii i mi i in i iiiiti i iiiii DORA YOCUM. Synopsis.—With his grandfather, small Fiamaey Milholland is watch- ing the "Decoration Day Parade" in the home town. The old gentle- man. a veteran of the Civil war, endeavors to Impress tlu* young- ster with the significance of the great conflict, and many years aft- erward tlie boy was to remember his words with startling vividness. In the schoolroom, a few years afterward, Ramsey is...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 March 1922

vJHBI ' ; ,kf? *?'" <," iM- • W *4 fe lif <roi « •: * '.<T' ■>' I The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly uewspaper published every Friday morning at Husk. (Jlieroker county, Texas W. L. MARTIN Editor and a Publisher OFFICE PHONE 3 16 SUBSCRIPTION UATKH One Year - • >1.50 Six Months - - Three Months - - •<" This paper stops at expiration of subscrip- tion. No paper "forced" on anyone. Entered as tteuoud-rlns* router .Inly I'i. 919, at tlif postoflice at Uwsk. Ti v i-. uni'ler he Act of iilaroh !i. 1 >7i<. i Matter intended for j>ut>:ic:ni■ ;• *l..uii(l lie sigrni I. A'klri'^s matter for the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following as candidates for nomination for the office under which their name appears, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries. ■ For Congressman, Sec md Dist.: JOHN B. BURNS of Shelby County. For Tax Assessor: WILEY F. H0L00MF P. B. MUSSLEWHITE For Tax Collector: A. R. (Berry) O...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 March 1922

fi-'HV f |p0f' *1 m ■< >11 1'iB lup I at Ian Ian iy. lay Ind livv. Ism Le- )ay |ng is e r knd not ise sor- o r Ash tiu It •kly )Ot- >cia Society and Clubs t%Crs. IV. L. >%Zartin, Editor, Phori; 69 Merry Matrons. Mrs. Earl Dixon was hostess to ihe Merry Matrons i a s t Mrs. W. J Johnson Entertains for Her Jiister, Mrs. P. R. Lentz oS San Antonio. Mrs. W. J. Johnson honored Thursday afternoon. The diver-j sion was 42. A willow basket, her sister> Mrs " p R Lcntz of with brass container was given j gan Antonio, Saturday afternoon to Mrs. Ernest Hough for highjwiLh a rlelighLful bridge parly. score, fable prizes, Easier b is-, 'I'here were twelve players. The if"10 a" fc'ie time by taking tea. Each club is very active and is being a great help to the schooTs financially and morally. When you have chickens and eggs to sell see Winder; He wants them. Mr. Theo Miller went to Tyler last Friday to attend to some business matters there. * James Beddin,'/field of Hous- ton was h...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 March 1922

, w®m < A "Sti: V Em THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN _ W m CORNS Lift Off with Fingers SAYSCALOMEL SALIVATES AKD LOOSENS TEETH The Very Next Dose of This Treacherous Drug May Start Trouble. Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little "Freezoue" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with tingers. Truly! Your diiiggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation. CDCC booklot "From Railroad Clerk to Oil Magnate.*' rntt Address Y.M. Uildreth. lix loft. fit.Wort.h.Tex. FROST PltOOF Tomato, CabbURe. Onion 1'lantn: 100, 36c; 300. 75c. 500. $1; 1.000 11.75 STAR PLANT CO.. PONTA. TEXAS. oQyycll *ijLly<A4 KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO Known as "that good kind" Cfty it—and you will know why CASH PAID FOR CANCELED STAMPS, coin«. Send 10c for my hook of values. C. HLA&ENEY, NYACIv, N. V. Homespun Tobnrco. PICKED ■*•) *. Bent smok- ing ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 March 1922

If- |nt vo | r kr- ■re- lay led |ii« lis- tad •V of v i 11 fso- l:ii« Inly GE Ignt |lmt- la-1 11 by 1 Ag- na- ils of J;>t a 1181.4 |s of has Isueli piii'iit -Bet- In In- li'tiUD y . ■ *' •' '■ ■ ""|B||"""" ■■■■■•■■ 0; w> ■ :■ -.7; • THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN MINERALIZED WATER ROUTS CHICKEN LICE tablet* Dropped into Drinking Fount* Banish Vermin, Make Fowls Grow Fatter and Increase Egg Yield. Any poultry miser can easily rid liis flock of lice and mites, make chickens grow faster ami increase their egg yield by simply adding minerals to the fowls' drinking water. This does away with all bother, such as dusting, greas- ing, dipping and spraying. The neces- sary minerals can now be obtained in convenien tablets, known as I'aratabs. 'Boon after the fowls drink the mineral- ized water, all lice and mites leave them. The tablets also act as a tonic conditioner. The health of the fowls quickly improves, they grow faster and the egg yield frequently is doubled. Little chicks that drink free...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 31 March 1922

1 ' f F« - '4 I When you make your visits to Rusk there is one point you do not have to give much thought to; you can find PLENTY TO EAT at Bauer's. We se^ve Regular Meals. Merchants Lunches, Short Orders, and at this season of the year OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. C. & w: BAUER Restaurant, Bakery, and Confectionery. f '-H EASY TO SERVE a fine lunch quickly with our biscuits, canned fish, meat or poultry and our jams, pickles, olives, etc. Not a bit of cooking re- quired, a big luncheon can be prepared in a few min- utes. Many fine house- keepers keep a supply of our table dainties onhand. It will be a good idea for you to do likewise. C. E. JAY East Side Square The Grocer RUSK, TEXAS ■ CJC f? annoc 3D 1 am still selling the best of .Meats and Groceries. a Right now at the beginning of the new year we want to extend to all you people an expression of our thanks for the liberal patronage accorded to us dur-" ing the time we have been in business. M arvin Trou blefield Phone 16S5 We De...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 April 1922

jJjMIMguSi 4 .,,A The Rusk Cherokeean £& raa VOL. 3 jjRUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1922 NO. 40 I > a To the Democratic Voters of Cher- okee County: I have decided to become a candidate in the democratic pri- maries for County Judge. I have not been brought out by anyH-dy, but have been solic- ited*^ quite a large number of voters to enter the race. Many claim that we should have a lawyer for county judge. I agree with them. If we do not need a lawyer lor county judge we do not need one for district judge; do not need lawyers on the Supreme Bench. In fact, if such is the case, we do not need laws. What is the use to have laws if we do not know what they are and do not know liovv to execute them? But my opponents say lhat we do not need a lawyer because the constitution does not require it. The constitution says that he shall be "well informed in the law." Few men are "well in ' formed in the law" unless they have made a special study and practice of it. The r...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 April 1922

THE RUSK CHEROKEE AN :: . , j njR ¥ HEAVY RAINFALL OVERTHE STATE precipitation in many sec- tions proves a regular ! downpour. FLOOD WARNING IS ISSOED Trinity River Will Overflow Bottoms and Residents Advised To Seek High Ground. 4 Dallas, Texas.—Rainfall has been general over Texas during the last twenty.four hours, according to re- ports received. The precipitation In most instances has ranged from one- half inch to nearly two inches and in some sections it has been a regular downpour. Farming operations will >l>e delayed, but needed moisture in some sections is assured, the Western ranges will be benefited, water will be made available for oil develop- ment and the entire State will speed its return to normalcy as a result of the rainfall. The precipitation in Dallas up to 8 o'clock Monday night amounted to 2:90 inches, according to the report of tte United States Weather Bureau. Fort Worth reports rainfall of 2.44 inches, while Big Spring reported 2 5 inches. The rain Mond...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 April 1922

THE ftUSK CHEROKEEAV is.W1 % «r I" r I'y ur in iy, ih- ■1 leu m a Illustrations by/ / -- -Vff IrwiN AXy&i'Syd JLopynqht. by Doubieday, Page & Company. THE DEBATE. Synopsis.—With his grandfather, fimull liarnsey Miiholiand is watcii- inx the "Decoration Day Parade" In ttie horn*- town. The old gentle- man, a veteran of the c'ivll war, endeavors to impress the young- ster with the signitlcan'-'e <>:* tlie yreat conflict, arid many years aft- erward Uie boy was to remember his words with startling vividness. In tile schoolroom, a few years afterward, Kamsey is not distin- guished for remarkable ability, though tils pronounced dislike.s are arithmetic, "Recitations" and Ger- man. In sharp contrast to Rum- Bey's backwardness is the precocity of little Dora Yocum, a young iudy whom in his bitterness he denomi- nates "Teacher's ret." In high school, where lie and Dora are classmates, Kamsey continues to feel that the girl delights to mani- fest her superiority, arid the vin- ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 April 1922

\ "... , • „ - ■ < -v; ■ I ■ -T.T- ama •-rrr~rr The Rusk Cherokeean A weekly newspaper published every t'rlilay morning at Busk. Cherokee founly, Texiu> W. I— MARTIN Editor and iPubll«her OFFICE VHONE 3 16 SUBSUlllt'TION HATES One Vear - - *'-jj" Six Months - - Three Months - - •<# This paper stops at expiration of sufcw tlun. No paper "forced" on anyone. rip- Entered as secoAd-ci:js natiwr July lit. #19. at the postofflue al Tevas. uncvr he Act of March 3. If7ii. t Matter Intended for puin'.caM^n should he •lgne.1. Address matter lot the newspaper The Rusk Cherokeean Rusk, Texas. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following as candidates for nomination for the office under which their name appears, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries. For Congressman, Seond Dist.: JOHN B. BURNS of Shelby County. For Tax Assessor: WILEY F. HOLCOMB P. B. MUSSLEWHITE For Tax Collector: A. R. (Berry) ODOM JOE G. SUMMERS For County Judge: J. J. BOLTON FRANK|B. GUINN F...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 April 1922

WWV'V-'* WWJhJI: ■ >W' « *4c Ih ln ae 1st it |g d |in in Ik- 1st >m he re- m- *3 Society arid Clubs t%Trs. W. /.. MCartin, Editqr, Phone 69 Entre Nous. Mrs. Forrest Reagau was host- ess to the Entre Nous :u:;: a few friends Tuesday afternoon. The diversion was the club game 42. The high score prize, individual handpainted salts, was won by Mrs. Frank Coupland; the guest prize, a sweet grass basket filled with rose buds, was won by Mrs. A. Ford and the consolation, a potted maiden hair fern, by Mrs. Tom Singletary. Following the games refreshments were served to the club member.-; Mesdames W. J. Johnson, Charles Guinn, T. E. Tabb, Helena G r e g g, Charles Kerr, T. H. Cobble, Har- mon Stevens, W. T. Xcrman, Frank Coupland, Carl heiv.nn; guests, Mesdames A. Ford, W. H. Shook, Hill Filts, Mark Priest, Ernest Weldon, H. H. Pfarr, Tom Singletary, and Mis. Robe; Fish er of Alto. Wednesday Club. Mrs. Tom Shearon, Mrs. J. S. Wightman, Mrs. Louis Butler, Mrs. Tom Frazer and Mrs. C. B. ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 7 April 1922

V : §k i w < Eftl# -Mm I' !•■ *.••<■ V ,'• « ■' "t ' ' ' ' ' . , • • • ,".••■!■ '. • ■■ = RUSK CHEROKEEAN ■ ' - • ■ * Take Yeast Vitamon Tablets To Round Out Face and Figure With. Firm Flesh MOUOW C eeksT" MkUTIFUL Skinny ■CwllWV SEC *v BOt HMD THJIQAT UCCV* oraciful 6HOULD6AS If you are hollow-cheeked, sallow- skinned, sunken-chested and generally weak or run down and want to round out your face and figure to pleasing and normal proportions you will find this simple test well worth trying: First weigh yourself and measure yourself. Next take Mastin's VITA- MON—two tablets with every meal. Then weigh and measure yourself again each week and continue* taking Mastin's VITAMON regularly until you are satisfied with your gain in weight and energy. Mastin's VITAMON tablets contain highly concentrated yeast-vita mines £.3 well as the two other atill more Important vitamines (Fat Soluble A and Water Soluble C> together with organic iron and real lime salts. They will not upset the...

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