1926 May 4 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1926 May 4 Harrisburg Telegraph - HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH MAY 4, 1926 you cannot see...
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH MAY 4, 1926 you cannot see ordinarily except through the microscope. Tou .can see the papillae tongue.) This type of wart occurs mostly on the and neck. Plana Is a flattlsh wart occurs sometimes In large especially on the face of the hands of young In old people they occur trunk and arms and have matter in them, and are Verruca Senilis. is a type of wart known Moist wart 'which occurs are discharges, or is excessive perspiration. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon up LEASE tell about the Hanging Gardens of Babylon." Babylon." Time and again these words have appeared in letters, and now, at last, I am getting to the subject in the Corner. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon Babylon were destroyed long since, but we have descriptions left by two acient travelers. This wonder of the ancient world was a man - made hill, and reached to a height of seventy - five feet. The top of it was about as high as a modern seven - story building. There was once a king of Babylon Babylon who married a princess who birds or the rustle of the leaves. The park was of such beauty that it was numbered among the Seven Seven Wonders of olden times. HAVE TOU VOTED?, Ha to yon voted yet for your favorite bird? Every boy and girl who loves Nature should enter a vote in the bird contest. It is not necessary to use a coupon. Just write: "Dear'l'nclo Ray: My favorite favorite bird is the 'and your vote will be counted. This may bo put on a postal or a sheet of letter paper. There is still plenty plenty of time to vote. Maryland Licenses Hsgerstown, Md., May 4. Marriage Marriage licenses were issued ' here over the weekend to the following persons from Pennsylvania: Robert W. Musser, of Harrisburg and Anna Catherine Foreman, of Hag - erstown, Md.; Edward Toliver and Irene Childs, of Harrisburg; Clarence Clarence E. West and Margaret I Bumbaugh, of Mont Alto; Harry Shockey, of Greencastle and Ruth A. Hamby, of Hagerstown, Md.; George E. Freet, of New Buffalo and Marie M. Strobnan, of Harrisburg; Harrisburg; Irvin J. Helntzelman and Gertie A. Zeider. of Dalmatia; Henry Wingert and Hannah Baird, of Willlamatown; Fred W. Brown, of West Hanover and Catherine M. Hunsecker, or Hummelstown; George W. Haines, of Pittsburgh and Carrie Farley, of Winchester, Va. Free If you are do not fail free illustrated how this be cured home by a No outting, danger. gradually absorption you sleep. most effective goitre. One of Mra. Hay ce S3. Had ingrowing toxlo whole very life. was complete treatment, later, was the had gained her recovery Clip out today to the COMPANY. Los Angeles,

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