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PACK DALJLy ( J U U L U I ' i K , WEDNESDAY, JANUAJIT 22, 1930. m*f«**tr++'*-rfvr+r***++ P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Aunt Het Wold-em R HrrnnB'ori has r e t u r n e d to hli -work. a t D e t r o i t ftfter viaUliu-' his parents, Mr ,uul Mrs .heb h HorrSugton oE Hroad 1'oul Tho C otifaolhiiitixi Coal A Supply Co have just rocelvttt a thlpinent of aa- tiacite coU foi «bo In broodeia Plioue 1700 -- AhertbPment-- 20-22jan Ray Sen ton l i t t l e bon of Mi ami Mrs C II St iton of SpinigUdle, lor nierly of Dunlwi w h o is ill o£ huait Uouble and paeitmutua, %,i-i lepoited to bo a l t g h U j implored Ubt night Don t Kill to attend the spaghetti s u p p c i in tlic uunot Colonial Restaiu- ant, 'l'hins(ln \ pulng, J a m i a t y 2 ! at fi 30 A u f l p U u ··: D u n n Clasfi, Si hool h|«..ik "\Iajoi on tho Y n U o t b hoi Lo iU 10 Mimlaj John K HI i! t w i l l t£. na.il/ritKiii (it the I'll-- A d v n t i t m c n t J 2 J a n l i f W ThoinUm. tluof dispa I h o H a l t l m o i r *. 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Wot king like tlic (rtuintd liatids ot a jna"c ir, this famous blend of oil ot nust.3-d, cunplioi, tiKinlioi ami tnlici l u l p l u l mficdarn-, limii.s rdicl minr- «i!Iy. t ffiK u itc.s ami -.omul ur-. blot il cirv.ul non. litlps to c!ia\ i ui induum jntl p un. Used by millions foi 2 0 e i r s JKccoi imrndc.il bv doctors and nurses. K.U p M u s f i r o L Inrulv-- jTrsand tubes. To Mothert--Mmterola is also tnadi' in wilder form for babies und i mall iltiktrcn. Ask for Ciiil~ tlrcn ,o ID Jnj|. ( o l o I u aj King ' l o \ r m u i d e i t s a m u p t !eivp t h o iPit of li i lite in tho p r n i t e u U a u , Iho b ' d u i i p t p m e - Com I uilotl in p p L i l Miv, Mui,'. vuuu,, aid K i l l e d I ' a U o l m a u Uu -.uuiout mulu hm L iuo, i Q c o ^ m / u l him , lh the v l i o liu«l dleuiided liei. d * u j l n g a u m u s e bhot bon K v a n s , w h e n a d o · « . t t l u i i t of J t c t i i n s In K o i t I I ! H I n. c U i l l L I P S sou i UK! 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Successive doses help tono .ind strengthen weak stomach and bowels, impi ove appetite, encourage C A L I F O R N I A FIG SYRUP digestion and assimilation. In a ew days, a child u. well, happy .nd blight ngam. The way ehildren improve ^ isn f'nhfonn.1 Pig Syiup ih uipd is the best proof of its meut Hero' an example Mrs Lilho Frank, (8^2 Ludlow St, Philadelphia, t \yv. "Phyllis was bothered \\ irh ronai ina- tion several yeaia ago and I dor cled to give her California Fig: Sj up. It, made suUi a difference in her that I have ustd it smcn tlin for every littla upset It helps her digestion; regulates hoi bo 1 els, keep'i her strong and et!frfjeh I am SHIP it is one thing tli.it is ' elp- ing her gam weight at such a /on- derful rate now." T lie purp vegetabla pro iuct, endorsed by doctoni for 50 j 5 nra, alft gyh bean, the word 6'alift mo. THE R r c H . r n u i T i r IAXATIVJ: A N D T O N I C F O R C H I L D R E N Little Known Part Of India Subject Of Talk Toniorrow ( ( i n l l n u p d from PaKt On' tho tiansUtion of the p i l m l t l v o I O H K U O I n t o w r i t t e n -\soidd UTnonolos\ , n i t o i d l n g U Mi LonK wel , e l i t e s hick o (he- polled ol the Vedis, uoks h e l k v c d (o !ia\e been w r l t e n bv Moses .u.ii ei^Jltictei! 1,100 jea s before C h i l r t Ah jho jc'irs went past Hie original g r o u p of s p i r i t s uet up in tho Veda" ·rttis i nlaigecl until U a t t a i n e d the piopoitlonq of .1 lingo a i n n , cacti u n i t ot which lias He O\MI peculiar c h n i a c t n i tstlcs V i n u n g thi'se ai e ogles, bimkvs w i t h human tae.tK, h i d e o u s d w a i f ' f ctiaRons (mil ram- phis, and one p a r t k u l a i h ninliKiuint dorion named ()op a lion IU I I O I I S I P I vi 1 Ui hlooil-red tonstue i\ \ . v i d and n halt long and in s UKi in plepl a n t Con is u i n U t c d w i t h t)ie u n p l c a . * ml liabit of \ \ a l k l n f aljroud on r j'hui b d a a n d S a t u r d a j c v p n ' i i f r s in H e a r t h nf h i u e u l e n t liumati food '1 ho u a t h f s -xoouifriK to M 1 I;ong«e!l, f c a i Win g n a t ! i Mgiit of i on sp jv, tin- tuni iOnn t h f f v eMl eutilu^H are mo«l to bo fee rtcl auei the nathc-b seldom U .no a h l l d alouo In a d a r k l o o m l e b t It sb 3iild 1)0 s m t c h t d a%va% In i mo s;r //1\ bpook Trent c l i f i d h o o d u !·» s a d lhc a i p ft i u p o n s t o i i c s of d t p i e d a t l o n b\ s p l i i t s , ,nul HIM icad Society Leader 3uea '-·A* Mis Louise 1 i j l o r Boot n, above, prominent in Chicago to icty, hai filed sxnt ui Chic igo for i ilnorco from T r e d c r i c k "{ Boot i, of Ottawa, O n t , i/randson o f thi lum- feei king Mi-. 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W a t e r UiKikets - 10-Qt, Preseri Ing- Kettles Regular 75c and $1.00 Colored Enameled Ware Handle Sance ^itJi foiers Water Buckets ill Large Size White Enameled Pudding Pans Sulad Dislic.s lOc Odd Pieces of Open Stock Dinner Ware 5c » lOc - 15c - 25c - 50c - $1.00 Our Standing nurnntoe--Satisfi.ctlon or Your Money Bach. ihe and HI o P V O I V n i i u i a l plionunii non t h o ) l ) d l i ml c ipr to- of ^upc-i i H i t i n a l to ^inos N o i l h e r n U i p t l j t u o i k h is ci uis(Ml g i o n t h I n A'ss mi i l n r l n pbst (UM.adf, a c t u l d i n t ; to Ml J..OIIR \\ ·!! (Jhuiclips h a \ o i u c i e a a c d in nunib-Pi from 17-5 In I'M 7 (o more t h a n 400, w i t h SO pet c c n l il t h e m « p l t e u p p o i t i t i i ; t ' l i f o r i n n i t c h IK s,nb U I P I O is as \ a no H i p l l s i h ' ^ b H d i e o l foi g i l l s , a l t l u y i ^ h tlie.ro U P U t i lai B i h o u l s « Ui K, !7 r ) p u p i l b O n l s t i a n g u l s « h o d e - s h e an edu a t l i n has*. 1 to t i a \ o l g i e it d m U m CH ID fi id act oniinnd it ion Mi f / u i i K \ s c l I is -uiwl t i UL i viMd a i d f o i c e f n l speaker a id i j i i n g s t o l i l i p j b i i c i d d i t t s f h a w i i l t l i o t t u l u i t i i l n t r i a i h e s j p - K a i d i i i R tltt, l u i b und c laractcnstlcs ui the pioi)l in thla little k n o w n c o r n s i oi the U l i o n t Other Bpeakei-, at the n u o t l n g , v Inch · w i l l lail «11 d a s , ^ v i l l be \ l i *. 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