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PAGE TWO WEDNESDAY, FKBKUAKY 28, 10-15 How Allies Plan Doom of Nazidom f* *> ji Coining Events THURSDAY Thursday Night Bridge Club meeting with Miss Nancy Kirshner. Mrs. Pete Wren entertaining Thursday Bunco Club. Octette urnchloh Club meeting with Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Mrs. Claude Price entertaining Thursday Afternoon Club. Mrs. Russell Phillips entertaining Thursday Lunchton Club. Mrs. R. L. Banister entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. 1 Robert Weedman entertaining G. N. D, Club. FRIDAY ... Mrs. Herman May entertaining Initial Club. '. Chapter "N" of P. E. O. meeting with Mrs. Elton W. Kirby, 2 ; p.m. Miss, Atkins Is Bride Of Mississippi Man The marriage of Miss Wilda M Atkins of Blylhcville nnd Memphis to Elbcrt Gunter of laurel, Miss, nnd Memphis, has been nnnounced by her father, J. D. Atkins. The wedding occurred Feb. 20 a First Methodist Church, New Aug usta, .Miss., with the Rev. G. Ellio Jones • officiating.' A wedding dinner al the home o the bridegroom's uncle and aim' Mr. .and Mrs. Floyd Walters ii Nfempliis, followed the ceremon: nnd later the couple left for a wed ding Trip to Jtsckson and Richton Miss.i before returning to Mcmph to |ive.. Mrs.'. Gunter attended school I Blythevllle before moving to Mem phis Two years ago where sho ha since-bee'n employed. « • '» .Entertains At Lunchcibn Mrs.'Rlley B. Jones was hostc 'to members.of the Tuesday Bridge 1 Club yesterday afternoon al her home, when she entertained with a luncheon preceding the usual afternoon bridge games. • A two course menu was served at small tables arranged In the living room. . High score pri2e for the nfter- noon went to Mrs. Dixie Crawford nnd second high to Mrs. C. E. Crlg- gei 1 Jr. * * » Miss Little Is Hostess When Miss Frances Little entertained members of the Double G Club Inst night at her home, she also included in her guest list Miss June Brartson,, Miss Mildred I/>u Hubbard. Mis. George Greer Jr., of Columbus, Ga., Miss Virginia Martin and'Mrs. Sanford SHelton. Mts. Robert Porter, a formei member of the group who rc'cehtlj returned to Blytheville to make her home while her husband is on over seas duty, is again playing as n club member. ". High score prize among the guest: went'to Miss Branson, with higl club prize. won by Mrs'. J. Farri McCalla-and second high by Mrs John Uppitt. The hostess served n 'dessert course • • • Bi-Monthly Club Meets Mrs. John Fcatherstone playc bridge with members of the B Monthly Bridge/Club yesterday a lembon when. Mrs. A. E. Huntli entertained the group at her home on Chlckasawbii Avenue. Defense stamps were awarded Mrs. Love B. Adams for high score and Mrs. 6. P. Martin for second high. . . • Light refreshments were served during the games, played In the hostess's living room, which was attractively decorated with red Nandina berries and gay- blooming Winter plants. • • • Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. M. S. Thurston and Mrs ~~ Robert Phillips were guests of Mrs Melvin Halsell last night when sh also was hostess to members of Neuve Club for their regular week ly bridge party. High score prize for the even in went to Mrs. WlUlam Q. Boyd am second high to Mrs. Phillips. A-de^erl course was served. • • » Caruthevsville Man Weds Bits of News Mostly, Personal John Wayne Humphrey Is quite 1 of malaria at the home of his arcnls, Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. rumphrey. Mrs. R. C. Allen, Mrs. L. S. Ben- Ish anil Mra. Charles Langslon enl to Memphis today where they 111 be joined tonight by Mrs. Jesse 1. While, who has been attending two-day Parent Teacher Congress n Little Rock. They plan to return ionic tomorrow night. Owen Walker Is home from Yale University, New Haven, Conn., vls- UiiE his nnrents, Mr. and Mrs. r. T. Walker nt Huffman, and his ,lster, Mrs. Joe K. Waddy and Mr. Vncldy here. Mr, and Mrs. James Bryant spent he weekend In Newborn, Twin. Names Of 445 Former Students On Service Plaque At School Former nlythovlllc UlRh School students now going into the armed forces will have their names added lo those already Inscribed on lh« memorial plaque recently erected at the high school by members of the 1944 graduating class. Names already listed, to which others nrc to be added ns soon us they arc made available- to school officials, Include the following; Ben Abbott, Charles Abbott, Francis Adams, Charles Aflllck, Joo Alexander, Spencer Alexander, Jlmmle Allen, Cflison Alley, Mark Anderson, Alfred Allan, Charles Armstrong, Frank Ashby, L. K. Ashby, Gregory Hale Atkins, Otis Austin, Eugene Autcii. Butler Darksdnle, utho names, Joe lialtholomev/, C. M. Baxter, Jr., Robert C. Baxter, Theodore "Buddy" Baxter, Arthur Castles ilccman, Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Jean Ann Klejkamp. daughter of Mrs. Stephen Kleekarhp of St. Louis, to Pfo- William Marvin Galther, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe M. Oaithcr of Carjithersvllle. The marriage occured Feb. 27 in the reclbty of Bt. Gabriel's Church In St. Louis, aty was followed by They were accompanied there by Mrs.'Kitty Lancaster, who was re- .urnlnjr home after having spent several weeks here -with her (laugher, Mrs. Eunice Young. Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Taylor have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Hill nnd daughters. Nancy and Donna Jo of Memphis, w'ro came up especially to attend the funern services of Mrs. Thomas Smolher- inon of Sikcston, Mo., to be held here tomorrow afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lune, who have made their home here for the past five years while he was malingerer Loy Elch Chevrolet Company, left today for El Paso, Texas, where Mr. Lane will be connected with a Chevrol6l company. Going to Texas because of Mr. Lnne's ill health, they lire .aklng the trip in their new 3ttse trailer. Cadet Nurse Barbara Child, who in training at St. Catherine's ospllal In Chicago, will arrive to- OITOW morning to spend her leave here with her pnr- ils, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Cltlld alul .in My. Lieut. Gene Hargelt of Fort Sumer, N. M., arrived last night to >end a brief leave here with hi? notlier, Mrs. Edna Hires, and lit atlier, Floyd Hargelt. Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr nrrlvei omc last- night after a visit It 'cw Orleans, where she went mor lan two weeks ago to accompany ei mother. Mis. Joseph Hodgsor or medical treatment. Mrs. Hodg on remained in New Orleans for ongcr visit wilh relatives. Mrs. Mo inger was met in Memphis las light by Mr. Modinger, who nccom mnied her home. 'Mr. and Mi's. Cody Eaton and M and Mrs. II. C. JJlankenshlp spot •csterclny In Little Rock Condition of Mrs. E. H. Ford, wl s seriously ill at her home at 5 numerate Street, was improved I lay. Miss Mary Adtdi Robinson will go to Memphis tomorrow .to spend n week. Mrs. J. L. Nubers nnd daughter, Mary Jo, spent the weekend in Hardy, Ark., with relatives. Mrs. 'Ernest Halsell is visiting in Memphis with her daughter, Mrs. Horace Scrape and family, having been called lltere because of Mrj. Scrape's illness. Her condition now is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whitsltt will cave tomorrow for n week's visit in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson rc- urned yesterday alter a visit in Richmond, Vu., as guests of their .nlighter, Mrs. Robert Smart nnd amlly. Mr. and Mrs. S. Jicdcl and Richard Jindel went lo Memphis this norning where Mr. S. Jiedei will enter the Baptist Hospital for rcalmcnt ailcr having been slrick- cn ill early loday at his home 01 West Ash. Lieut, (j.g.t and Mrs. James Tcrr> anil two children, who are maklnj their home In New York while h is stationed there as an inslruclo in a Naval school, will arrive h Memphis Monday morning whcr they will be met by Mrs. E. M. Terr and Mrs. W. O. Gucrin. who wl accompany Ihem here for n vis with relatives. Lieutenant Terry wl be here for two weeks, while Mr Terry and the children will remal for a longer visit, returning to Nc York in about a month. Travis Bennett. Bob Benyman, Hcr- slid Beslmrse, Homer Besharee Monroe Dcshnrac, Mltcliell Best, •William Beswlck, Alglc Jack Blsh- 01). Phillip c. Bishop, Marshall Blackarcl, Johnson Blnckwell, Paul Blnckwopd, Lloyd Blomcyei-. Billy Boohc, Daniel Boone, David Boone, Howard Boone, Sanford Bonne. Billy Gray Boston, Virgil IJoyil, Donald Brncy, Owen Brnssdeld, Newell •iglmm, John Charles Bright, Ron:1 Brogden, Jlmmle Lee Brooks. LeRoy Brown, Meddle Brown, Bil- Browne. Dent Browne, Burl Allen •yant, Hildred Bunch, John Burette, Dick Burns, John P. Burns, times Burton, T. H. Caraway, Ed- r Cain, Billy Carter, Donald Carr, Paul Parker Cnssldy, Gnrrni'd audlll, Prank Candle, Bill Chain- In, Jack Cliainblin, Barbara Child, crbcrt Childs, Warren E. Clark, harlcs Cleveland. Cnrmel Clune. James Cobb. Jerry Cohen, J. c. olc, George Council, Raymond obk, Bo Coppcdjje, Shirley Covlng- on, James Cozurt, Billy Craig. Ev- retl Craig, John Cramer. Raymond /rawford, Barnes Crook, Jlnnnlc 3rook, Everett Croslpw, Billy Grower, willlnin (BUD Crowe, Billy Cul- Isoii. Btahfleld Cutchin. Earl Dnnieison, Louis (Buddy) Dark, Edward Davis, Floyd Davis, larrell Davis, Henry Davis, Ralph Davis, Rolnnct Davis, Mason Day, 'nrlos Deal, Elwood Dean. Joe Dll- dy, Sonny Dlllnlnmty Cookscy Dodon, Bert Dougnn, Bob Douglas, Raymond Downing, Hugh Do/ier. Edward Edds, Millnrd Edds, James Idwards, Billy Eldridgc, Orville Elkins, C. D. Ellis, Frank James Ellis. James "Bud" Ellis. Joe Byron Evans, Wllliml H. Evans, Wilbur C. Evrarcl. Russell Parr, Jr.. Ralph Farrar, Bethany Fmifjhl. Benuie Feiuller, Oscar Feridler. R. E. Fcndler, Walter Fcrgison, J. o. Ferguson, Bob Flnklca, Gwendolyn Fisher, Virgil S. Fisher, Malcolm J. Flake, Lloyd Florman, Willis Ford, Jack Poster, Melba Poster, Lewis Freeman, Wil- j inrd French, Howard Frisby. John Edward Gann, Carl Ganske, B. F. Gay, Robert Gee, James Gill. Ray Gill, 'Verdntn Gill, Thomas Glpson, Bill Godwin, Herbert E. Graham, .Ray Grant, Roy Graves, Marlon Gray, Willlnin II. Gray, Louis Greene, Joe Donald Greenwell, George Grecr, James C. Guard, Wllllniu Gnciln, C. Norinnn Guicc, J. L. Gurley. Tlieo Gurlcy. inrry Hnlncs, Ben Hnll, Hnntci 11, H. L. Halsell, Roy Halsell, Gil- rt Hammock, Bill Hnnmcr, John inuton, Hugh Hnrbert. Clinrlcs idin, Finis Hardy, llaywood Hnr- . 'John Harp, Rouse Harp, Ches- Harris, Mnx Harrison, Pat Huron, Todd Harrison, Tommy Hawis, Connie Hny, Wallace Flay, Er- sl Haynes, Blan S. Heath, Robert crrlck, Donald Illckman, George Idcbrand. Calvin Hill, R. N. Hill, orcland Hollcninn, Calvin Hol- igsworth, Carl Hood, Earl'Hood, igene Hood, Jack Hood, Jimmie . T. Kramer, Ted Kriltz. Ira Lambert, Jr., Rudolph Lambert, Alvln Lane, Carney G. Laslle, Billy Lawshe, Brycc Lnyson, Ben H. Levy, Elmer Llndsey, Joe Llnizenicli Leo Llntenich, Tommy Little, 'Harold Lloyd, Mnyfield (Sonny) Lloyd, Walter ("Dull".) I-o^an. May Lovelace, Jesse J. Lucy, Bert Lynch. Jinncs Maxwell, John Union Mlck> Dallas Mitchell, Eugene Mltcliell, Hodgson ModiiiBCr, Allen Moody, Calvin Moody, Garland Moody, Charles Moore, Hnl Moore, Howard Moore, Thomas Carey Moore, Charles G. Morehcad, Harvey Lynn Morris, Bill Morse, Byron Morse, Hcrshel Mosley, Norman Mosley, Russell Mosley, Henry Miiery, Von C Mullen. Carl L. Mullins, Lcon- nid Mullins. Bill Murdough. George McAllister, Johnny Mc- Bi'lde, Lelund MeCnndlcss, Joe McClure, W. D. McClurkln, Edward McCormick. Ncal McCorinick, Jack Mc.Ciil.ston, John McGlll, Edward McGregor. Fred McGregor, Bobby Melluncy, Jack McIIaney, Joe Billy Mcllaney. C. q, McKee, Dan McLean. Gene McNcal. Wallace Normnn, Harold Nunh, Mnrvln Nunn, Johnnie p'Dell, Jack Owchs, GcrnUl Elmer Oxford. Jatncs M. Parks, Jr., John Paulk Ciyde Perry, Bobby Peterson, Wil- llnin Allen Plckard, Fred J. Pip kin, Herman Cross Posey. Lawrence C. Posey, Jr.,. J. W. Jowell, Joe Pride, James ("Ace"( Ptickelt, Clinrlcs Pintle. Charles Ttamey. •Gordon Uamey, Preston Ramey, Jon RalcUft, blyii;lcr Rayder, 'Maurice nelchel, T. D. Rhodes, Allen nice, Jewel Rice, Odle Rice, -lie Richardson, Albert Ridings, 'James Roberts, Richard itpberls, Jack Eugene Robertson, Elvis Robinson, Harmon Robinson, Jack Flnley Rob- Ihson, Slim Phillips Robinsoii, Eugene Robson, Guy Rodgers, E. B. Rogers, James lingers, LeRoy Ross, Rolaild Rounsavillc, Chnrles Rousli, W. C. Rylee. Eddie Sallba, Elliott Z. Sallba, Vein Sallba, Ben Sanders, Raymond Snxe, Billy Sclmmck, Robert Scott, •Jefferson Sherman. Orvnl Shaiiey- felt, Mike Simon, Moses Simon, Har-old Simpson. George Sites, A. C. Smith, Ben Smith. Charles Smith, Elnler Ross Smith, RnndnU Smith Wallace Smith, Earl B. Snider, Jolly Sparks, Truman Speck, Allen Stuuy Dick Stacy. L. E. Stafford, Leor Stafford, Charles Stafford, Carol Stanfleld, John M. Stevens, Bill Ton Stewart, Bryant T. Stewart. Robcn Stlnson, J. C. Stircs, Elmer Stone Eugene Stone, Koimnii .Mllhui Stoiie, Gctie Strickland, A. Gen Poor Digestion? 3 3 Headachy? on SpurorOpset? a a Tired-Listless? a a Do you fed headachy and upset duo to poorly digested food? To fe»l rficerfui and nappy again your food must bo digested pronerly. Kadiday, Nature must proiluccaljout two pints of a vital digestive juice to help ilii'.ost your food. If Nature fails, your food may rcinum undi^i'sted— leaving you l;e:idadiy :md irrilnble. Therefore, you mu.sl ium'tisu (lu? ilov/ of tills diin^livo juk'O. CarK-r'.s Little Liver Pills ini-renso this How quickly— often in ;IH little? as 30 minutes. And, you're on tlio road to feelmtf Ijcttc-r. Don't (Icjiend oil iirtilicial aids to counteract indigestion--when Curlcr'3 l.ittloLiver 1'ills aiddigestion after Nature's own order. Take Carter's Little. Liver Pills as directed. Get them ai any drugstore. Only 25C. out Nazi party and institutions' Destroy military, equipment • ^Control war industries. Graphically illustrated above are the chiet blows the Allies will deal to Nazidom and German militarism, as promulgated by the "Big Three" at their historic conference at Yalta in the Crimea. laruthersYille Pilot iVins Second Cluster Lieut. Denny J. Meredith, of lariithet'sville, pilot of a D-n Portress of the 90th Bomber Group England, has heen awarded a second Oak Leaf Cluster for 'meritorious achievement" in par- :tclpation in Eighth . Air Force bombing attacks on Nazi war Industries. Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Meredith of Cnrtilhcr.ivUle, Lieutenant Meredith entered service in February, 1943. A graduate of Caruthersville High School, lie was attending Arkansas Stale College nt the time of his enlistment. Chairmen for Osceo/o Drive Are Announced . , . J. D. Tale. Billy K. Taylor, Jack Taylor. Pete Taylor, W. B. TayT&r, E. M. (Buddy) Terry, James Terry, Hal Thompson, Hugh Nelson 11 bridal dinner at the Park Plav Hotel. Private Goilhcr ami his bride a making ihcir home in Bellevil III., while he Is stalioned with tt Army Air Forces. Imfsday ~ Friday 'And Saturday Nights 9 lo 12 O'Clock In the Beautiful BLUE ROOM of the HOTEL AfafaMon Me tod Tax LAOIfeS AB •. WITH Thompson, Maurice Thompson. Murray Thompson, Robert Ed. Thompson. Tommy Thompson, Herman Tinker, Thurmnn Tinker, Tom- :ny Tinker. . Dick Tlpton, Jlmmle \ I'iplon, Sanford Tomlinson, Chris' Tompklns, Hcrshel TroUerJ-, George Trusty. v Max Usrcy, J. T. Victory, James Vest. Fred Wade, Jack Wagnon, Bobby D. Walden, J. P. Walrten, Byron Walker, Earl Walker, Parvin Walkei-. Lloyd Ward, Chnrles Wnr- rcn. Gerald (Sutton) Warren, Dan Wanington. Roland Warrington. H. C. Weathers, Clnrence Webb. Edward Webster, -Walter Webster, Edwin Weedman, I. O. Westbrook. Clint. Wheat, Harry Wheat, Gerald Wheeler, Clyde, Whistle, Ben Mack Willie, Dick White, Johnnie White, Margaret Whltner, Charles Wicker, Eugene Wtdner, J. p. Widiier. :,. Don Wilhelm,:; James Williams, Ralph Willlnyhimi,' Bennett 1 B. (Dick Wilson. Clyde <Bud) Wilson, Henry Wilson, Billy Wilson,. Jack Wilson, Hussell Wilson. Lloyd Wise, At The Hospitals • Walls Hospital Admitted: 1'hilip Anite Hicks, Steelc, Mo. Christine Humphrey, city. C. B. Coleman, Holland, Mo. Dismissed: - , , i Mfs. M. W. McGliee and city. ; Mrs. n. -C. Dudley and Manila. Berta Ann Hnynes, city, lll.vtlicvillc ]I<:s|>Hal Mrs. Laiira Gill, Dell. Charles Harris, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. bain 1mb' Stevenson, city, n R. this morn hig. k , iMcmpliis Uaptisl Ilospilal Ad milted: Leonard Hill, Manila. Senior _eaves School o Go in Navy David Laney of Osccola, chairman the 1945 Red Cross War Fund or the Cteceola District, has an- otincod' his community chairmen :ir tlie drive, together with the com- i\uiity quotas as follows: Mr. LaneV, Osceola. $4,500; C. W. Hoover, Wil- oit, '$2,200; C. ,C. Daneliower, Lux- ra, Sl,750; Ralph Bowden, Joiner 1,000; Bob Greene, Keiser, $l,COO; iilberl Lynch, Victoria, $800; Harild Ohlendorf, Drlver-Notlena, $800 Calvin WillinnLS, Bassctt, $700 Roy Yelvinglon and Oliver Clark Frenchman's Bayou, SSOO; Bakei Springneld, Carson Lake, ^450; A. G pulding, Three-Way, S;100; Llbyi Shciton, Halcher, $250; G. A. Loon ey"; ,Whillohi" $800; -Colcman Crew ind Tja%vrence Woodward, Crew L"ateral;'S800; Roy Houck, Doubl Bridges,. $350; A. B, Rozelle, Dyes Gin, $400; Leroy Wildy, Etowal S500; A. II. Diggs, West Ridge. S«0 Dr. G. F. Hollings'worth, Dyes $1,200; R. C. Branch, Pecan Pain $650; C. L. Denton Jr., Dcnwoo and Birdsong, $350; J. C. Holiman Flint Bend, S500; W. W. Watsoi Milligan Ridge, $500; Ed Scgrave Hightowcr, $350; Hudson Wren, Mn- Jitn Smart, 17-year-old son of Irs. J. H. Smart Jr., nnd (he late Ir. Smart, left yesterday morning or Little Rock for examination ftcr enlisting in the Navy. A member of the senior class in he local high school, he lacked nly three weeks of obtaining his ngh school diploma, when he left or service. A former student nt Staunton Military Academy, Staun- on.'Vfl., before returning here to reeiiter high school last Fall, he vas active in extra-curricular acuities of the tchool. Suggestions For Hosier Giving! JEWELRY Milk Maid Cosmetics Mary Dunhili Perfume The Gift Shop Modern * Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN 1 Osceola News Dan Hanuier, petty officer 1-t: i the Naval Air s , Corp, arrived Saturday.-.ib spend >lhs ;two weeks leave- here wih Mrs. Hanuier. He- 1 cently returned 1 from Panama where he has been stationed for the past eight months, .Mr. Hamncr will report from here to New York to begin flight training. rie, $300; Homer Starnes, Cottonwood. $200: Philip Boyd, Negro chairman, 5500. Osccola district's quota is $18,800 Legionnaires Meet Routine business was transacted at the regular meeting of Dud Cason Post of Hie American Legion held last night at the Hut, with die Burks, second vice command- presiding. .uther Stark Enlists Luther Milton Stark, son of Mr. tl Mrs. Don T.'Slafk of Burdclte, s .enlisted in the Navy through 1C Nashville, Tenti:, rccruH'ing of- cc. Read Courier News Want Ato. nelson, Bendona Huey, Harris Charles A. Wood, Harold Wood, hint, Sterling Hurley. J. B. Hus- Billy Woolen, George Workman, ind. Max Ilutcliins, Cnrthnl Hyde. Charles Wright. Harold Wyatt. Joe Bernard Jiiggers. Jack Jenkins, Yales. rank Jennings, Mitchell Johns, ' 1111 Johns. Steven Johns, Clarence ohuson, Eugene Johnson. Gene ohnson. Irene Johnson, l^conard ohnson, Tun Johnson, William W. ohnson. Jack Johnston, Charles oilier, Lloyd Jones, Billy Jonty,, Bobby Jordon, Clinrlcs Joseph, Al- In Justice. Tommy Knpple, Benford Klines. Jlcatus Jack Klines, Nathan Kimes. Venford Klmes, Paul Kirkcndall. Child's Colds WICKS W VAPORUB Relieve Miseiy -Sub on Time-tested Millions Switch To Mutton Suet Idea For Chest Cole Quickly Relieves Children's Cold Coughs, Loosens Phlegm Many mothers all over America arc switching to this idea of get' ting fast relief for these clicst cult! miseries. They are simply following Grandma. For years she counted on mutton fuel lo help carry liei home medication to no its pain-easing work on nerve ends in the skin. No wonder so many more now welcome Grandma's idea as improvej by science—Pcnetro, with its nnjlti' medicated formula in a base containing mutton suet—that ads hot!' as counter-irritant and pain-reliever when you spread it on, and a! a soothing aromatic when breathed in. And so today Penetro hurries along newer help in the old reliable way—help that eases painful misery, lessens coughing, loosen; phlegm, soothes chest rawness—EC that you can rest more comfortnbl'j and give nature a chnticc to rostor< vitality. That's why millions an switching to Pcnetro today—whj druggists are recommending It. 2Gc double supply 35c. For all your family 6 chest cold miseries, be, surl you get white, easy-to-use Per.etro NERVOUS, RESTLESS IRRITAIlE,HIGH-SUU|IIG On "CERTAIN DAYS" Of The Month? l>o functional periodic disturbances mnke you tcel ncrvo\is, fldRcly, itrl- table, Urcd, nnd a hit blue—at such Umts? Then stnrt at once—try I.ydlft E- rinWrnrn's Vccctnblc Compound to relieve such symptoms. Hnkli&m'a Compound Is made especially /or irornen. Tftken regularly—It liclps tuild up reslal^ncc ngainst such distress. Thousands ui»it thousands or women h^ve reported bencflUt A cnmd ihlng about Plnkbam's BIN Thursday, March 1,7:30 P.M. 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