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LOOK9 AS THOUGH SOblETHING~S WRONG WITH THE ~LALA PALOOZA THE FIRSTs- THE PROFESSOR'S STRUGGLIN~ WITH THE WHEEl - HE PLUNGES OVER THE, RAIL - GREAT '3COTT ! Frank Jay Ma~,y Syndlcat*, Yaxe. S'MATTER POP-- Quiet Please, Everybody! By C. M. PAYNE MESCAL IKE B, s L Error, to -- Muley Was Going Too Fast BeU S~ndlcat --WN~ Service I ~~~~~'~~--~ ~~ Thursday, April 1.l, 1940 To Flower Breeders [~SE of the loathsome maggot in the development of more lovely flowers for the gardeners of the world constitutes a little- known phase of the science of flower breeding. Often in his work the flower breeder obtains outstanding, sin- gle-plant specimens which give promise of becoming sensational, new flower creations. This re- markable plant individual must be protected from contamination (cross-pollination) by neighbor flowers. So the breeder encloses it, as it grows, in a muslin cage. If the plant is to mature prop- erly and produce seed, however, its flowers must be pollinated, but only with the pollen grains of that plant itself. Scientists call this "selfing." Pollination by hand of all the caged plants on a flower breeding plot would be long, tedious work, so Gordon Morrison, Ferry-Morse Seed Station hybridist, enlists the aid of the maggot. It is the mag- got of the objectionable blowfly, moreover. Blowfly maggots in the pupae stage are placed in the flower cage, subsequently matur- ing into flies. The insects are ex- tremely active and they fly from flower to flower on the caged plant, doing an excellent job of spreading pollen from one blos- som to another. The plant then proceeds to produce its prized crop of seed. Thus the long-despised maggots do their part to help make the world more beautiful. Even so, let's hope flower breeders find s way to put them out of existence after they have done their pol- lination chore. ADVISES YOUNG GIRLS ENTERING Thoueand~ of young girls entering wom- annood have found a "real friend" iu Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- pound to help them go "smiling thru'~ restless, moody, nervous spei|s, nnd relieve cramps, headache, backache and embarrassing fainting spells due to female functional irregularities. Famous fo~ over ~0 years. WORTH TRYINGI Apply the Rule We have committed the Golden Rule to memory; now let us com- mit it to life.--Edwin Markham. Don't Lot Gas, Horvo Pros- sure Keep You Miserable When eonatipated two thing= im~ happ~b FIRST: Accumulatea wastes Iw~ up tlal bowels and press on nerves in the digestl~ tract. This ~erve preuure often eau~ee hess" aches,a,dull, l~sy feeling, iota of appetits! ann misine~. SECOND: partly di~ted food starts to decay forming GAS. bnnginl on sour stomach, acid indigestion, sad heart" burn, bloating you np nntil you sometimes gasp, for breath. Then you can't eat. Yo~ van t sleep. Your stomach is sour. You fe*l fired out, grouchy, and miserabls. BAI~ ANCED Adlerika cont~ininK three laxative~ and five carminatives give~ you DOUBLI$ ACTION. It rclievee that awful GAS almost at once, and usually clears the bowels in thlm two boars, ins waiting for overn/~ht INi~- Sold at all dru41 atan~s Sinews of Virtue Good company and good dl~- course are the very sinews of vir- tue.--Izaak Walton. - TUI. CA of usiy surface We want to helpl 1~o matter what you've tried for d~ figuring surface pimples and blemlshea without success--hero's an amazingly eucee~ful Doctor's formula--powerfully soothing Zemo---which quickly relieves intense itching and starts right in to help nature promote FAST healing. Results from few days' use of Zemo should thrill youl Praised from coast to eoset. So dean, dainty yet so EFFECT I~. Liquid or Ointment form. Used in besi homes yet cesta only 85#, 60#, $~ Fruit of Patienee Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.--Rousseau. NIGHT COUGHS ~'COLDS Need More Than "Salve" Te Quickly Relieve DISTRES~qI~ Before you io to bed rub your throat, chest and back with warming, aoothl~ Muaterole. You get such QUICK relie~ because Musterole is MORE than "ju~ a salve." It's a marvelous stimulatlnl| "counter-irritant'" which helps breag up mcal congestion and pain due to cold~ Its soothing vap~m ease breathing. Used by millions for over 80 year~! 8. strengths: Regular, Children's (mild) and le~t~8.0~ Gooe MEROHANDIS Con Be CONSISTENTLY Adverti, d O BUY ADVERTISED GOODS~