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INDIAN VALLEY RECORD Thurslay, May 9, 1940 Speed housecleaning I Save hours of time. Polish as you cleanl of time: cleamng and then t)olishinJz wood- work,furniture and floors. Instead, ~-Ced~ themi ~olish as you clean; do both at once Io emily for O-Cedar cleans the ugly di~ film of dirt and leaves instead a lovellyBgloW, t soft and silken lustre. Ask for genxi~' r . dar x ,aPolish MOPS, WAX, DUSTERS, CLEANERS AI~ O-CEDAR FLY AND MOTH SPRAY colors, Roll developed.P8 nat/~a~at~IOt~ prints, only 25c. Natural color reprints, 3e. Amazingly beautiful! NATURAL COL0~ PHOTO, Room 241, Janesvllle, Wi~' LALA PALOOZA --A Tangled Introduction By RUBE GOLDBERG MESCAL IKE,$.L HUNTLEY Too Much Overhead for Pa ~ //i POP--Amazing Value By J. MILLAR WATT C~N~, 6~S MOfHER 6A~ F'o~ I~MB~ AFfL'I! BEIN~ I"O~(IEP IN ~ 1"HE NII~I~ ~JU~f SEYlI.~'S FoR SLEIP, 13UT P CI~E'~ I:1R$1" BE' WAN'R H)S BIJwNF(L~S OFF'. C^~" BUD~g ~'HW~ BECAUSE "f~E'V ~1~ IhNHEP FOR .~RVI~ CRIE5 ~I~ CRIE~. "fII~II(6 YO NAME If ~ ~elDF~ TrIM BESlDE~ Bfit~6 HOt', gi~ HOI"HER RIM~lHtff6 F~RHL~ A~AV)HE MUk~Rq AND "fdIR~fV AND VERY OH - DECIPE,R LIF~ IS PRE' fi~ HARD WB ~ 9J~l- HRPPV. ~lVgS r~ALL H '$ G0~" PL/I~E COHE9 IM~ IT, A~D G0~S ~0 SLEEP Freddy--And then that terrible big animal kept digging and digging and getting farther and farther into the hole, till even the tip of his tail disappeared. Little Sister--And then what? Freddy--Oh, then the tale came to an end! What a Pair! "Joan, didn't I tell you to practice your duet with Freddy?" "Yes, Mummy." "Then why Is Freddy playing by himself?" "0, he's so slow. I finished first." Speaking Terms "So Alice and Mary are not on speaking terms?" " "No, but they more than make up f:'r it by what they say about each other." One Back on Dad "Dad," said the young hopeful, "is it true sheep are the stupidest an!mals?" And father said: "Yes, my lamb." 50A2P OF ALOE2MEN "TORN OOW~I BILL To ~PENP (~ 7.00 (WNUSERVICK) Doubtful Living es He who lives for no one do not necessarily live for himself.-" Seneca. IN A RACING CAR-- BUT I WANT MY CIGARETTE SLO / BURNING. CAMELS BURN SLOWER-- GIVE ME THE 'EXTRAS' IN SMOKING PLEASURE --AND EXTRA SMOKING FOR MY MONEY TOO! BOB SWANSON JMidget Auto Racing Champio~ "~y/H]~THn~ yo~, smoke,lot I' V or a little, you II find several definite extras" ia the slower" burning cigarette Camel You'l/ find freedom ~rom the excess heat and drying, irritating qualities o~ too-fast burning extra n~ild~a~s and extra coolness. You'll find a i$, arette that doesn't tire your taste /'or slower burning preserves the full, rich flavor of Camel's match" less blend o~ costlier tobaccos. ~t the same time, you 11 be gettin$ the equivalent of extra smoking from each pack! In recent laboratory tests, CAMELS burned 25% slow- er than the average of the 15 other of the largest.sell- Ing brands tested--slower than any of them. That means, on the nveragt~ smoking plus equal to FOR EXTRA MILDNESS, Bcr~ coomess, EXTRA FLAVOR