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AIR TOUR ENDS; STINSON FIRST
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LEADERS IN RELIABILITY FLIGHT

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HEFLIN TELLS HOW TO RUN U.S.
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Alabama Senator Explains to Detroit Crowd Just How He Would Perform

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EFFORT OF BOY TO RESCUE DOG COSTS HIS LIFE
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Dives Into Water When Pet Jumps From Boat in Lake St. Clair.

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PARENT SEARCH FOR YOUNGSTER MISSING 4 DAYS

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New Michigan Corporations

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OBITUARY.

Albert M. [?] 

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Thousands Enjoyed this Cruise Last Year

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Point Scored By Competitors In Plane Tour

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LINDBERGH VISIT IN MAYOR'S HANDS
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Smith Heads Committee for Reception in August

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FLINT GIRL WILL WE STATE POLICE MEMBER

don't fool yourself
It makes you unpopular

No matter how charming you may be, or how fond of you your friends are, you can't expect them to put up with Halitosis (unpleasant breath) forever. Don't fool yourself that you are always free from halitosis. Few people escape it.

Since you yourself cannot tell whether you offend this way,the wisest thing to do is to use Listerine, the safe antiseptic,before any engagement with [[?]] people.

Immediately it destroys unpleasant odors arising from teeth and gums - the most common source of Halitosis.

Better keep a bottle handy in home and office, so that you may always be sure. Send for you free book of etiquette. Address Lambert [[Pharmacal?]] Co., Dept, G・2, 2101 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. 

LISTERINE
-the safe antiseptic

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Had Halitosis 
200 [[dentists?]] [[?]]that almost every third [[?]] is frequently [[?]] - and further declare they have been [[?]] [[?]] [[?]] [[Listerine?]] in [[self-defense?]]
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FALL IN LINE:

Millions are switching to Listerine Tooth Paste because it cleans teeth white and in quicker time than ever before. We'll wager you'll like it, Large tube 23¢.

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