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TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1930 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY- Activities and News of Women As the Fashion Scene Shifts Southward 'Social Calendar ' Wednesday An »11 day meeting o[ the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Pros- (•yUrUn church IE being held at 'lie church for n study of foreign missions on the book "The Church In China" with Mrs. Marlon A. B'ggs as leader Mn. W. J. Pollard Is entertaining the Wednesday bridge club. Mrs. Joe Olifton Wation is entertaining the Night Bridge club. Thursday Itic Youne lljuvns bridge club li meeting with Mrs. C. E. Alkln- MO. Mrs. Male O. Usrcy is having Hie Mld-Week bridec ch;b. Friday Mrs. Everett D. Gee Is having a bridge party for her sister, Mrs. Ben Vinyard. of Cape Glrardeau. The Woman's club will meet at the club house for the monthly meeting. A luncheon meeting of the executive board will precede the afternoon session. Saturday Mrs. Everett B, Gee is having a bridge party for her sister. Mrs. B«h Vlnyard, of Cape Giranieau. Corned Beef, American Style, Is Oscar's Choice For Next Sunday Bride CcmpUmcnlcrl. Another interesting a'fnlr for Mrs. Joe Clifton Watson, who before ten days ago was : Mlss Mary Matthews, was the bridge party-given last evening by Mrs. Rlvss Allen at her home on Kentucky avenue. There were six tables of guests present inqludins members .of. the Nlghl Bridge club and a number of. .the bride's other. Itlends. Thoughts of Saint, Valentine Day were featured by a large heart suspended between the living room an:! dining roam which was Illuminated The red shirred valentine had "Mary and Joe" In raised letters across its center. Partners- for the first game were found by matching unique Valentines and' at each table, the tallies matched, the scoring pad and pencil., The "heart" Idea was used also in the candy served in the brlngt gicifs and In the plate lunch ol he»rt shaped sandwiches, date roll topped with whipped cream ani coffee. For refreshments,- -the covers and napkins were cnnbshnatii 1 ot this lovers' holiday. High score prize, "a" hand painted bowl, was awarded Mrs.' Samuel F. Morris; Miss Marguerite- Matthews, of Armorel, received' Handkerchief, for second honors and Mrs. Wat- eon's gift was a chiffon and satin' bed limp. ~. 'The honoree's frobk. for this party was of blue printaL^lii made in bouffant style wlthTa^lghV Ixxllci and long full skirt'"apt! iiec close fitting hat was of bfue ribbon. Efects Officrrs. The .TA3 class of junior' hljl; Waldorf, writing for Courier News Bits of News Mostly Personal find NEA Service, suggests the fol- mcnu tor your next Son- clcy dinner. ' Coiipc of crangos Oxtail Soup .». Corned Beef, American Style Tear and Cream Cheese Snlnd Rice Custnril Pudding Coftee Corned Beef, 'American'Style Scak the desired quantity of ccrned beef, and put on to boll In fresh cold water; Mm well and simmer until done uncl tender. Allow It to become cool in the liquor in which It haa been ccoked, and then before quite cold, put In n beard, pressing It with a .weight Remove all the fat from the mea llrjuor • and save It, but'take car that It Is not allswed to stand li an Iron resscl. Have already boiled Iwo 'or thre- beets, tmall carrots, .a small cab bagc. some turnips and potatoes and a small squash; wash then well, and scrape. 'lh* carrots,, cu the cabbngc Int-- quarters, pare Hi turnips and squash, and .cut Ink slices, and pare, the potatoes. Place the" meat liquor .'on to bo about' two hours before required and 1 when It bolls'put In the car rots, cabbage and turnips, and half hour before dinner add 'the squash and potatoes. -When tender, .take up the vegetables carefully, and drain on u ' coln'ndcr, Mrs. J. E. Crook, who und?rwcir an emergency .g^rntlou at the 1> cal hospital last night for annciuls- dtls, Is resting very well today Mrs. W. R. Merrill of Clarcndci:. Ark., Is the guest of her daughter Miss Margaret, for several duv< She expects to leave Thursday. ' Mrs. J. Louis Cherry returned Sunday night from Umephls where die spent a wecK with Mr. Cherry's father, W. R. Cherry of parU, rk., who has been 111 trnre. Mr. acrry went down Saturday nigh: • nd accompanied here home. Hn i athcr Is now much Unproved. ! Cecil Ovcrton, of Osceola, was visitor in the city last night, i Louis Greene, son of Mr. nndl Irs. Louis Greene jr., Is Improving 1 flcr several days Illness. Mrs. Lucy McAdams and daugh- er, Jane, have been 111 for several »ys. They are now Improving. Mrs. Hen Vlnyard, of Cape Oir- rdcau, will arrive today to'be the ucst of Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. | Gee for the remainder of the week. The condition of Mrs. J. C. ] White, who V seriously Hi with I erebro spinal menlnjitls, Is no bet-1 er today. B, B. Lyman, accompanied 'by take Wagner, of Memphis, are al- endlng to business In Ciiuthers- 'llle and other points of Missouri Everett B. Gee and Horace ' T., '» Hie fashion swim in Florida are, left to .right: Mrs.,James M. rvsiille, wife of the aljilior, at Palm Beach; Mrs. Warner Jens-, lulp were visitors in Osceola lost night. Mrs. W. S. Coppage, of Osceola, j was the guett of Mr. and Mrs. Har-1 ry Taylor Sunday. York :scrlety leader, pictured at the Hialeah races; Mrs. Howard Mijor, a social registerlle, S. Ccsden, also of New Vcrk, shown on the Polncianna Golf Club coarse. at Spray Beach; and Mrs. By BETSY SCHUYLEK NEA Service Writer PALM BEACH, Hn.—Palm Beach Mrs. Ned Ayres. of Osceola, was, a visitor In the city today. She w.is certainly is (lie Vest escape in the acc-mpanlcd home by her nieces, world—provided, of course, you the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. llaw J'°" r millions! E. Crook,-who will remain with her It Is lovelier than ever, and mors for two weeks visit. Bob Shirley has recovered ft brief illness. eminence here. .Nothing is more At one or the "informal open-:Mrs. Joshua S. Cosden. Nar.cy appropriate than white in Palm Ings," the most formal attire win -, Yullle favors knitted wocl r.ults an;i Beach. One of the prettiest whlta worn. Princess Aymou etc Fauclyuy; has one very cute little cu'.lit JH frcm (Tlnmorous. It would be a weary j *" , 5K l tucKM " spill Inriiwl vvhn rratlri nnl v«n-,nrl "13 front and bacll. SllC WOre : waist and the skirt tucked In pan Indeed who could not respond to the zestful, cosmopolitan fttmos- ffr. .and Mrs. W. K. Easlcy and "here iiere, with amusing literary two children, of Tulsit, Okliu. nr- and artistic folk minglln» witn rived here Sunday to make their loyally from tha other side and all home. Mr. and Mrs, C. S. Stevens, arc spending lodny in Memphis. . U\e socially elite from this. There is • magic 1 in this place flat, hollow dish and cover with a slicing the carrots. nd Mr. Clyde Gulp, both of Ma- schcol, which has Mrs. Lloyd Stlck- mon as the home room teacher, elected these officers in a inciting' yesterday. Russell Blair, president; Margaret McCall, vice president; liiary Louise Ellis, secretary; Jane HolHpeter, tree-surer; Isabel Brandon, reporter; Inlow' Wilson, monitor. The motto is "Live. Kids," (lie flower is the violet and blue and gold are the colors. Guild Renews Meetings. Members of the St. Stephen': Episcopal Guild have renewed-'.hen weekly meetings and ihcre was n good attendance at the home of Mrs. A. B. Fairfield yesterday nft- arnoon when pl»ns tor the year were taken up. A number of the ladles sewed. The hostess served delicious refreshments In a brief social. • • • Business Women Have Educational Program At the meeting of the BUMIICS and Professional Women Monda evening, educational features mad up the 'program given' with Marcu Evrord as the principal spcakc He used as his subject. "Does Girl's Business . Success Depend More on Her Schooling or Pcronal- Ity?" Answering the question by saying that the latter was equally 'important as the first, he gave four reasons for his statements. . Mrs. Bob Barnes spoke on "Things That Make a Job luter- etlng." The parliamentary drill was-given by Miss Cora Lee Coleman who <• discussed several important rules. Miss Marie Harnlsh gave a repo.rt of the educational committee and announced the programs for t'.ie ' coming three -months. The work of the research committee was taken up by Miss Ruth SliHwell and Miss Clara Ruble gave cut the monthly bulletins. PrrsbyUrians Begin the Week of Special Prayers At the regular monthly Bible study of Uvj woman's auxiliary in the First Presbyterian church Monday afternoon, there was a special cervice of prayer in beginning the •wceX of prayer and self-denial for foreign missions. In this service, prayers were offered for foreign missions In the various fields and Interesting facts were discussed.- of . tViesc mission •fiefds. . The 19 and 20th chapter of Acts were used for the Bible study. Both the services were conducted by Mrs.'B. R. Allen. • as Burns, mid one guest. Mrs. 13. \V. Fields of Portagcvllle, Mo., were present. : .'After .'Singing "Name of Jssus," :h> KC7.--W. -J.' LcBoy led In prayer for .the 'dovotlonal. .Mrs. O. .J. Rftrtgers conducted the lesson on "The Missionary Vision of thj Prophets." It was announced that a gold seal has been awarded tlilc group for having completed last year's study. Plans for making money consumed the business session with a prayer by Mrs. W. J. LcRoy closing the meeting. uln-Blckanu A marriage license was Issued r.-Uvday to Miss Beatrice Bickanss Ha. SceuU Attend Show There were 25 members of the Troop 7? of Boy Scents, accoin- aniccl by Charles A. Stubbs scout- :aMer. and his mother, Mrs. C. •. stubbs, w!io attended the Home hcatre Inst evening. The party was entertained by O. W. McCulcheon Preceding the show, the rcguh monthly business meeting was held Osceola Society Briefs Each time I corrie I am struck by Mrs. B. W. Fields, o( Portagevilh the fact that women look lovelier Mo:,. Is the guest of Mrs. To:;: here than they do anyv;hcra else. It may be the exquisite coiorln Smith for several days. Minot Amory wore a stunnlni; : printed cliiiTon, big pink and red roses and black background, with floor length on sides and back and a most unusual decollctage. ivlrs. Henry Carnegie Phlffs wora Mrs. Howard Major Is snotlic: who likes tercts. Resting on ;ii: while sands ai Spray Beach, :,'.i: wore a dork blue beret with !:u: one-piece suit. Many real s«iinin::'; slick tl practical jersey wide brimmed hat, shorter in the back, with Its crown black an;l white. The swanky Florida Embassy | Club opens formally this week, bu'l' many have been, what Palm Beach calls its "Informal openings" when various and sundry have donned ' srccn and black leaf design against I Neville looked stunning ere diy i:i ' raiment nnrt dinsil am! .bctge—with a cowl decolleUge frou: • a bright yellow suit white gob' h,>.t a conservative lace gown, with i'.s '..swimming and put on all iiunr.»/ trailing skirt in three tiers. Mrs. * of gay pants or skirts when ih:y George D. Simon wore n print--• emerge for sunning. Mrs. James ri. Hie- Woman's MisrJoiuiiy Unicu Ihc First Bti])ll!it church met Monday afternoon at the hcmc nl Mrs. J. S. Btirchftcld 'ardwell-News Notes .Leonard- Baugh.iv'prlnclpnlfco'f Anllocli school,-had theAbad-ruclt 6.',get-ah car frozen .-Wednesday iiornlng..However,' at this writing he .ear's condition Is greatly improved. " 'Ivliss Juantta Williams is now tit ending Southeast- Missouri Tcacii- rV Coltcge at Cape Girardcau. She m.f been attending will Mayfleld College, until that school closed a_st-week. . • Last Monday Miss Faye Marrott, student In. Cardtfell High school, slipped a«d fell on. the ice, sprata- n'g a wrist and bursting a small blood vessel In her 'arm, The meeting to discuss "Farm Problems 11 which was to have beon held here on Jan. 20, was called oft .due (o the funeral of Mr. J. B. Hale, which wns'hcld on the same day. •The. Baptist Women's Missionary society met -Tuesday nt the home of Mrs. John Warren. The daughter of Charles Coburn. who lives six miles east o! here, fell Wednesday on the ice, break- Ing .her leg. The leg was set by Dr. D. A. -Parker. . It. Is 'reported lhat C. L. Smith of' Lcachvtlle will soon establish a general store here i«i the buiuilug now occupied by Hnmra Brothers Clothing-and Dry Goods company. The Methodist Women's Missionary society met Thursday. Jan. 23 at the home of Mrs. Eli Back. Our cl(y marshal W. K. inn. has pneumonia. Is much improved at this ..wrlUng. ' . Although the weather has bsvn Mrs. Walter W. Halstead has iv- of the sky, water, sand, picturesque turned from .Memphis where sh- buildings, glamorous foliage. Or. of spent two weeks with her matter rctnsc. Palm Beach may hold that who. has been seriously ill but. wl;j fountain of youth for which Ponce Is now much tetter. E.' 'A. Hall of Memphis is nttsnd- here for C B: Hiilnnd has returned from j ock where ho it'pntie-l til-'' 'tie Leon searched I "Ilgby Cclor". Prominent In Mode There is much "baby color" Or ll-.e 'streets. I met Mrs. John Barri llyan and the Princess de Lucinjc one Agency yesterday. in a pink sweater suit, with striped position with the First Natlcnil bank. A. G. Little has returned froir. Mempbhis where he spent fie t weekend. ' , Mrs. L. G. Crafton and daughter, 1 Miss Virginia, accompanied uy another daughter. Mrs. George W. Hunter, visturt Mrs. Myrtle Ilnl- stcad and son. John D., hi Steel?, Sunday. Miss Frances Miller, who is 111 with scarlet lever, is feinted a', trip home of Mrs.' W. S. Langdon on the Memphis highway. : George F. Grch left Monday 'for ] Miami, Fla., where he will spend ' three weoks vacation. i Cooler Theatre Closed . During Winter Season COOTER, Mo.—The Coowv theatre has closed and will not reopen again until summer. Q. C. Waiter, manager of the theatre, stated-to the Courier News corrcbpoiulcn'.. that the closing of the theatre was due to tile unusually rough weather. has accepted a ' «"* »* ,««•«'« "g-t ccuise white still holds pre- ar.il' and long white trousers. Hats vary in size from danced therein.- Located ns this ra- an « back, Moused bodice tlier stately place Is, on the laKc swather, long, slinky lines. tor up the formal, tree-bordered Dressed for "tee." it is rjiate smar; | J.°rome Najiolecn Bonapartv o,,.. .-, Iron", and lioyal Palm Way, to mo- ;to wear cotton or linen frocKs. Sn- 'wee cues with no brims to mtnlicn. driveway to the big circular 'en- irah Jane Sanford wore a sleeveless 1 Uraided straws, fancy fabric", au.t one In the mood to expect much, yellow linen one day, with pleate.-l: just about anything one wants u trance with its center fountain gets Iskirt flounce and a stunning scarf I mention go into making of • chRij- Thc- inside Is absolutely satisfy- in yellows, reds and brown around enu.x "- : ~ "-- "--•' - ing, 'with the grill overshadowed y her neck. She wore white this season. Mrs. .Warn, socUj ' Jones, who was at Hlnlcalv/Sor t: an Immense hooded Spanish oven, j with her oxfords, no stockings. U'hs i opening of the race Jeason^Tit {•'• • dark walnut furniture and walls ["dressmaker" touch distinguisno;.'Miami Jockey Club, makes mi'c' 1 lhat look a century old and Ihc the togs women wear on ths Poin- of colorful fabric hats, simpiv t'ai- main dining room almost dccden'.- ly dinty with ijink silk and pastel walls. cianna Golf Cluh links. Fine seam- ; loresi, to complete her casluiiit;. ing intricate circuhr cut ana Hand- I One in pink, blue, yellow and jjre ••! jwork made a lovsly while silk for is a simmer. UNUSUAL BRIDGE By WJ7. E. McKESXlil" 'rouriuini^nl >Ianagrr, American lirldge League It very seldom pays to fincssa your partner's lend, but the hand as given telow shows one exception to this rule. Charles Mlddleton. 20-momhs- west t B—io-s r*ST S—9-7-2 C—tt-J-a-B-7 t—10-fr H—10-8-5 4.3 D-l-8-7- H—9-74. 4-3 2 C—1-4 COUTH—DEALER D— k-0-2 S-A-fl-1 C—A-3 tV-A-Q-1 * B—K-9-6 • ' C-K-105-2 n The hand uns played at contract, no score, neither .side vulnerable. for fear that East will come through the king of diamonds and prevent him from making a diamond trick. South, the declarer, now starts his club suit by leading the king which East wins with the ace. East now leads-the ace of diamonds and then the deuce of diamonds. Wes! wins the trick with the jack of diamonds and mnkcs his eight, and seven of diamonds, defeating trio contract one trick. If East had won the first trick with the ace of diamonds and then returned the queen of diamonds, thn declarer would refuse to win thn trick, but would win the third tries vilh the king and would have beer -uccessful in making his contract XO COPS IX SCILLY .lent cf them—farmers elected an- ISLES OF SCILr.Y—They don't nually more as a matter of fo-ui need policemen in Scilly and the' than Tor the need of them. Th= natives of the Islands wouldn't | directors o( the local -steamshOi know a cop if they saw one. There company an as arbitrators for the are some policemen—the crjuiva- island. ic:nbcrs present. Mrs. M. L.' Sum- bad. the 'Citizen's Gin of this rity ' . old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mid- ; South. Hi™ de.iler. bid two no'frmnp. dlcton. died of pnucmonia Fnnay. Wcs t passed. Nortii bid three no trump, which closed the contract!!);; «s all passed. The rmctloa birliliiy would b? South one no trump, all Interment was at Cooler cemetery 'Saturday afternoon. " Both the Brown Owl and Hi Mo- . . . . - _ ........ _______ _ ................ •:rs lead the lesson from tl-.r- last ginned ' two loads of cotton this Bli l societies of Cooler high school iiap'.cr ot the study text. "At the Xlng's Command." Nest Monday ilternooii's meeting will be held it the home of Mrs. D. A. silcv. Nelson Scgravcs :.pcm Ihc wcek- •icl with his brcthrr. W«X. I are very iicllve. Johnny Cnpcland is president of the former ami Hri- Promise Land News i™ 1 x ; illlcns nf '. he '"""'• Th ". Hi _ | Moguls nrp uvavlnsr their ?\vo,Upr?. distinctive mark of Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Bnll nu:l their raves' ir.t^lhwcS Unt Mi«-B t M.,n Half of Promise Yairi '"i" in''Vt~ ttaCStCrn ™-\^**^^^.*"^ zatlcu. HJ»VC iBHiIe . Ltevn: Members T 'of the Lake Strest Methodist church missionary society had the Bible study yesterday afternoon at the church when 13 .members, itwu.iieiv members. Mr;. . H>. N. Sweaierjgcii and Mrs, Tlioin- Ntcmphl: Circle A of the Methodist Woman's Missionary Society inet Mon-' •ay afternoon at the home of Mrs. V. B. Flannignu. Fourteen racm- ers were prerent. A delightful social hour .uid refreshments fol- iwed the shcrt business session. Circle B met at llichnuic o( Mrs. t. D. Segravcs with 16 membra "Kent. Mrs. Mary Iranian icad '.^c devotional service which was Mlcivcd by'a sccial uom.. JMrcsVi- •ncnts were served lale In \he att- rncon. Mr. Westbrock of Rente:-,. Ark.. pent the \veck-end in OKED'.S. the .ueit of Miss Lydia McCorvcy. Mr. and Mrs. Clnuri n^a^h are he parents cf a son. born at their owe here Sunday morning. Mrc. G. B. Srgraves was a Mom- ihis visitor Saturday. Mrs. J. C. White and daughter. Miss Ro:e White, spent Saturday in 'iemphis. Miss White remaining vcr for the week-curt will: Miss r.sephlne McnlaRuc. .Mrs. H.-L. Quinn will cnttrt he two Hblo bridge club to wiiicl he belongs at her home here 01 Vcdne:day aflcrnccn. Mrs. C. C. Ermc:i r-nc daushtci illiitjfili. nere. Meinplu. •Saturday. with Mr: nnd Mrs. Wyley- Ball oi lear Lhke. Miss Gladys Birmingham ™,?m aturday night with Miss Thelnu villc hcxspital are: Mv.v Hculnh ''tie. ' iWagncr, Tyler. Mo. Mrs. J. E. Misses Tliel Mae nnii Irene Wil-, Crock, city: Mrs. B. M. Ccbb Eto- ams, Gladys Birmingham And wall. E W. Mctcalt. Doll. K.K clis- Thelma. Little spent Sunday with missed. ,l!ss Orn' Davis. ' i Helen'Williams called on Mary| Dec Fitzgerald Sunday Hospital Notes Patients admitted to Ilio Blythe- Miny fishes give birth u\; JI^^,E.I,,.. W....U..J. , .. n .,.._ Miss Geraldine Galncs spent Frl- _'_ _ day night with Dulvic Ball. i Mr. and Mr.=. W. T. Williams' l«nt Silnday with Mr. and Mrs. j .ess Frailer. i •Mrs. Irn Dickson sppnt Friday a: he home of her parents. Mr. ar.i . Mrs. R. H..P. Uurks I Mr. and. Mrs. Kyle B.iil MM;; ! Friday night with Mr. nnn Mv.-. • nickson of Recce community. IjOuls Woodard sjx'nt Sat night with Ills sister. Mis FTazier. if Is Easy To End Fat That is, in tlie richt way, 1!; -rt by mcdem physicisn^. Mo abr.orr: -.1 cjtcr- cisc or diet, but help tn n i:l.t!:fj i^i jg lc j rv j v.-cak. The recent Ir.rgc ro,!;;.-t- n : n j 1 ";. '«ces3 fe hcs been largely rL, West ciKiird Hie fourth ol diamonds, the fourth best ol his longest and strongest suit, declarer played the five of dbir.omb from dummy, nnd East, relnlzhig . that South, the declarer, probably has it li-ast three diamonds to the king, ind in order to prevent the hold-up of the king ot diamonds, played til queen which declared won with the king. South, the declarer, nniuivii- ly is nrrniri to stay off with the kin? , that Pleasdnt--0i5estible - SCOTT'S^- ^ EMULSION-> '^/Jf~ooa and Tonic, for olJ andypunq. This rr.odcrn rr.cLi:crl i; cr,.':;, r 'ed ir Nfarmoln prescription I<I!IJC:A. " have used tncm for 23yc^rs - ;r.;. boies of them. In almost CM—. youcans«l!ie«mmir.gcli-::c Newest, lies! Kernedy Fo> Corns Stops 1'airi—Shoes Don't Hurt Any More SIX WAKKKS FOU tflc GUAKANTKKI) A Specialist Started Her to Using Lea's Hair Tonic- Which lianished All Traces of Gray and Stopped It Falling Out HA fit AS YOUTHFUL AS WHEN 21) YKAUS OLD "It W.-.G :r;; yrars »xa thnt .1 it- My hair acluslly lock? spoil cf .-ic-v.irc: i:iiiscil my hair (o " i(l «'hen I _was a girl^of twenty. b?!>ni Inlhng out, nnd turnhip gray '^-_ Anrslnll •' '^' i CCI -vr^ and a: that lime I was tulrt to be- •,' Tiiousands of 'men m and S 'wonic'i gin using Mrs. Lea's H.ur Tonic.. 1ISC Ll ., Vs though even an expert It is wonderful whul it will rto for i ca ,- n( ; t ((e |.«;l it. Lea's wo-ks so the hair ami an orcnsmnal applirn-. n j cc i y and gradual, the day by rtay ticn to my sc.ilp has fccpt my hair! improvement, and clisnpncar.iiice of i perfect ever since then," declares , ;i - r , v is seldom noticed bv frlrnrit. Mrs. Agnrs Marshall, who like Uic!]S';iiid r , of c'.hcr.s have fou:icl Lea's the finest prepr.ralion fc;' the hair Uiat n:oney can buy. "Since yetting such splendid remits myself. 1 have often urged The newest, bcs! remedy for corns is tiny, thin as paper corn wafer. Xo binning acids or bulky doughr.ut pads to add pressure wlien Mir.r-s arc on. Press an "O- Joy Co:n Wafer" on the corn or^ callcxis with your linger, ty sticks j Ihcre. Strong ns o:;™, gcnlle as I r\0 they harass you by ^"^ day and keep you awake at night? Don't noplect them. They'll ruin your charm and beauty, alienate your friends, interfere with your business and social success. When you'ro nervous, take Ilr. Miles' Nervine. It's the. prescription of a successful Nerve Specialist put up in convenient form especially for IKJO- ple in your condition. Dr. Miles' Nervine, is now made in two forms- -Liquid and KtTervcsccnt Tablet. Both aro the same thcrapcutically. 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