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/ THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER ,due to colds Let a little Vicks VapoRub melt on the tongue. Works fine, to soothe sore throat due to colds and helps relieve irritation in upper breathing passages. To Ease Spasms of Coughing: Put a good spoonful of VapoRub in a ]mwl of boiling water. Wonderful relief comes as you breathe in the steaming medicinal vapors that penetrate to cold-congested upper breathing pas- sages soothes the irritation, quiets fits of coughing, helps clear head. For Added Relief, rub VapoRub on throat, chest, back. Let its famous double-actionkeep V V~ on working for hours as you sleep. f S" 4 FACT$ RUBBER [111 A new rubber cement called "Plastilock" for binding met- als, woods, plastics, has been developed by B. F. Goodrich. Latex foam made of synthetic rubber can now be used in the manufacture of mattresses and other cushioning materials. The goal of the rubber indus- try a few decades ago was a tire that would run 3,500 miles. Now it's not unusual for a passenger tire to run ten times that far. Some of the first syntheffc tires built in early war days lasted onty fifty miles. Mileage of pres- ent synthetic tires compares favor- ably with natural rubber tires. tETAZgEOX IU! PAZO IN TUBES! Millions of people sufferinR from simple Piles, have found prompg relief with PAZO ointment. Here's why: First, PAZO ointment soothes inflamed areas--relieves pain and itching. Second, PAZO ointment lubricates hardened, dried parts-- helps prevent cracking and sore- nese. Third, PAZO ointment tends to reduce swelling and check minor bleeding. Fourth, It's easy to use. PAZO otntment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application simple, thorough. Your doctor can tell you about PAZO ointment. SUPPOSiTORieS TOO! Some persona, and many doctors, prefer to use suppositories, so PAZO comes in handy suppositories also. The same soothing relief that PAZO always gives. 1~Tiii ~[V|Ili l,l,P, lli.|a q I J i,tll,il~4a USE COLD PREPARATIONS LIQUID. TA6LETS. SALVE, NOSE DROPS USE ONLY AS DIRE[TED For You To Feel Well 24 hem every day. ? day8 every week, never stopping, the kidneys filter waste matter from the blood. If more people were aware of how tim kidneys must constantly remove sur- piml fluid, excel acids and other wute matter that cannot stay In the blooa without injury to health, there would Im better tmderstandins of whi the whole w/~unn is upset when ktdne~ fail toJun. ou properly. . J~urnmg, scanty or too frequent somettmu warns that something Is wrens. YOU may suffer na~ back- selm, headsches, di~neu, rheitmatle pains, getting up at nights, sWellinE. WliY-not try Doa#'c Pills? Yo~ wlil he Ug~E S ~ ree~rmmtmded the e0~tty over. D0an'e ~K~muinte the zune- tlon ~ the kidneys and help them to flush OUt poisonous wam~ from the blood. They contain nothing narmlm. Get D0e~'s today. Use with eonfldenm. At all arug stores. Feather-Trimmed Hats Bringing SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS Drama to Winter Style Picture Slim Princess House Frock o6P~le~ N420 4~9,286isandde~igglqeSdi~~ 3S6tZes~3)~ By CHERIE 'NICHOLAS FEATHER-TRIMMED hats are making one grand splurge in the fashion world this winter. And what a stir these feathered beauties are causing! They are so lovely and so colorful they top off the winter cos- tame with a witchery all their own. The current collections include types suited to every occasion, from conservative turbans, toques, tiny sailors and chic berets to fabulous hats for gala events. Outstanding ]n the displays are gay little flatterers that look like a paul or pompon of ostrich fronds. These are worn tilted over the face. They are very lovely in pure white. It's important news that quanti- ties of wings are being used this year in white, also in lovely pastels and vivid colors. The tall wings, soaring high at the front of the mod- ish hat shown above to the left, are in soft rose pink. The high crown of smooth pink feathers is circled with )lack felt that parts at the center to reveal the handsome wings. Birds are in the news, too. That pretty chapeau pictured to the right above is done in turquoise velvet trimmed with,a flock of wee birds in matching blue. The arrangement of the birds is unique. They look more like tiny wings until you dis- cover the little heads nestled close to the hat. To be sure, they are simulated birds, but they come pretty close to nature's own. The forward-tilted breton of gray Felt below to the left shows a clever use of gray ostrich feathers. The high crown and soaring feathers ac- cent ~he new taller silhouette. The toque below to the right gives emphasis to the "new look" being designed, so it would seem. for a sophisticated lady. It is elaborately draped in a high bulky contour. The .velvet that makes it is in the very modish electric blue now featured in dresses and coats as well as in mil- linery. White feather wings and marabou make a striking contrast. One of the highlights of this sea- son is the colorfulness of hats de- signed for dinner wear and other dress-up affairs. For "above table" glamour milliners are creating bright little confections such as a peaked little strawberry pink felt with soft ostrich plumes in tearose shaded pink that curl around the crown. Very new is this trend of pastel felts trimmed with feather novelties. The all-feather hat is as style-im- portant as the feather-trimmed felts. There is wide versatility expressed in these feather charmers that look so enchanting with winter furs. There's flattery galore in the little calots covered with flat feathers with a sweep of brilliant tail feathers falling down over one side to the shoulder. The tail-feather trim that falls over the hair is most pic- turesque, and it is getting wide re- sponse. Those in vivid yellows and greens and scarlet compete with ex- quisite types formed of long sleek glycerined ostrich in white or in pas- tel colors. Other feather fashions in- clude fetching, little numbers such as the crimson feather-covered little sailor that has as its sole trimming a gorgeous huge rose made of feath- ers with stems and leaves done in green feathers. Released by Western Newspaver Union. Dramatic New Breton This stunning bowler breton is a black felt with velvet accent. As you see in the picture, its profile silhouette is most dramatic and very attractive. A velvet-topped crown nestles inside the huge bowl brim which is edged with a wide velvet band and a soft velvet bow that accents the upward movement. Pastel Satin Hats Enchanting, Chic Just about as gala looking and as prettily feminine as any hat could be are the enchanting little forward-tilt- ed hats made of satin in lovely pas- ~el shades. They are just what you will be wanting for cocktails, dinner and theater wear. Their simplicity is their charm, styled as they are with a blg pour of satin encircling a flat little crown. You can get them in such exciting shades as pis- t~chio,~dusty rose, ice blue, cerise i and gleaming black. High Necklines Call For Chic Necklaces Lots of jewelry will be worn this winter. Not just,helter-skelter pieces but selective items designed espe- ! cially to complement and uniiy the costume. The new high-throated necklines are causing a rush to jew- elry counters for smart chokers or necklaces, either pendant style or formed of multi strands, some of the more elaborate in deep bib-like effect. Tremendous interest is shown in earrings, and the ~ewest stunt is to match them to something or other about your costume, maybe your necklace, your scarf, your jeweled belt or possibly the color in your hat. In order to match you'll be needing a collection of earrings to tune to occasion. Bracelets! Count 'era! It's the latest to wear several posed one above the other, almost to the el- bow. If the bracelet be massive and wide, as many of the newest styles are, then just a single brace. let looks best. Rich, Radiant Browns Are Gaining in Popularity Even if you have never especial- ly admired brown, you'll simply love it this year. Never have brown tones shown up more beautifully in the fashion color scheme than now. No wonder the rage for rich radiant browns is spreading throughout the fashion world today. It s the color ideal whether it be in the chocolate shade or in the~ reddish autumn-leaf tone or the coffee or toast shades to choose for your fall-winter cos- tume. Highlight thesuit or wool dress with a stunning mink hat and throw about your shoulders a voguish mink stole which is the scarf-wrap de luXe for this winter. If in doubt choose brown! It's the latest for your dress, suit, coat and" accessories. HERE is a simple and very etf ficient looking house frock start your day off right. The be- coming square neck and side clos- ing is edged with colorful ric rac, as are the scalloped pockets. Make it for afternoons too in flowered rayon or lightweight woolen. sleeves, needs 4~,~ yards of 35 or 39-inch fabric or 3 yards of 54-inch; 2 yards tic rac. Due to an unusually large demand and current conditions, slightly more time is required in filling orders for a few of the most popular pattern numbers SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. 530 South Wells St. Chicago Enclose 25 cents in coins for each pattern desired. Pattern No. .Size------- Nam~ Address , " 2 ".I" So Cold! "It must be cold up in the Aleu- tians." - "I'll say! When my buddy had his appendix taken out, it was chapped." Once in a Lifetime Air Cadet--There was one time when I really u,anted to be down attd out. G.I. Joe--Howcome? Cadet--h was the first time 1 went up in a plane. The police station is a good place to sleep when you're in a pinch. Licensed Doctor--Why do you have BF- 7640 tattooed on your back? Patient -- That isn't tattoo. That's where my wife hit me with the car while I was holding the garage door open. Mix This Cough Syrup Home, Quick Relief Easily Mixed. Needs No Cooking. I-Iere's an old homo mixture your l~arents probably used. But, once tried, you'll always use it, because it gives such quick, pleasing relief for coughs due to colds. And it's so em~ily mixed, l~fake syrup by stirring 2 cups of granu- lated sugar and one cup of water a few moments, until dissolved. No cooking is needed. Or you can use corn syrup or liquid honey, if desired. Now put 2 ounces of Pine~: (abe tained from any druggist) into a pint bottle, and fill up with your s~rup. This makes a full pint of truly splen- did cough medicine, and gives yo~l about four times as much for your money. It keeps perfectly, taste~ fine, and lasts a long time. You can feel this simple ho~e mix- ture tak~ right hold of a cou~h. It loosens the phlegm, soothes irritation. and helps clear the air passages Eases the soreness, makes breathing easier, and lets you get restful sleep. Pinex is a special compound of proven ingredients, in concentrated form, well known for its quick action on throat and bronchial irritations. Money refunded if it doesn't l)lease you in every way.--Adv. ~, FEMALE ( Also Fine Sterna(hie Tonlc ! ) Lydia E. Ptnkham's Vegetable Com- pound Is Iamous to relieve not only monthly pain but also accompanying nervous, tlred, hlghstrung feelings-- when due to functlona] perlodlc dis- turbances. Taken regularly--It helps hulld up resistance against such dis- tress. Plnkham'a Compound helps na- ture! Follow label directions. Try it/ COMPOUNO Buy Victory Bonds! Frosting will stick better if a little flo~r ~s dusted over the cake's surface before it is put on. Make it a habit to disconnect all electric cords of kitchen appli- ances when called away from your task suddenly. --e-- Creamed cheese, with a little chili sauce or catsup added, makes a tasty filling for sand- wiches. They are particularly good with a hot drink. --o-- To keep the safety valve on a pressure cooker clean, soak it in vinegar or kerosene to remove food or rust spots. ] @ / In patching your children's pants, place a book inside the leg or scott as a foundation to patch on. And when patching or darn- ing stockings, a small tumbler in- side the stocking against the hole, will work quite as well as a darn- ing ball. e--- A partition in the clothes ham~- per lightens the work on wash day. The, partition may be made of plywood, cut to fit snugly inside the hamper. One side may be used for soiled white garments, the other for colored clothes. To assure longer life for house- .hold linens and clothing, check them regularly for thin spots, rav- eled seams, small rips, loose thread ends that need mending, and dangling buttons, snaps, fas- teners, hooks and eyes. Just dissolve Fast Rising Dry Yeast according to dit~c~ns on the pacha~ FAST ACTING DRY YEAST STAYS FULL-STRENGTH ON YOUR SHELF FOR WEEKS! @ Now--with Fleischmann-'aweeks on yourpantry shelf--. Fast Rising Dry Yeast you ready for quick action when. can bake'any time at a ever you need it. IF YOU moment's notice and feel BAKE AT HOME--always assured that you'll get perfect keep asupplyofFleischmann,s risings, delicious bread. Fast Rising handy. Weeks Fleiechmann's FaSt Ri~ng later it will be as fresh as Dry Yeast is the easy-to-use, the day you bought it. Get extra-fast baking discovery that tays full-strength for Yeast tod~y. Atyour