The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 25, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 25, 1930
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TWO Items of Personal Interest -CLUBS Activities aud News of Womon Social Calendar Wtdnwfaj Mrs. yrsnets. Carpenter and Mis Iluicl Hardju are having a brldg l&jty in theevening at the liom li tttt. C. M^Buck. 'inc. P. E. O. memberu arc bcln emeui-ned at the home ct Mrs. J W. CLceSe ;or a luncheon hcaorinr Mn. Marini A. who Ii moving to Hot Springs, """The Thursoay Luncheon chr. y.'Ul not meet because of lite, un )iu#l meeting o! iw Arkansas So clely for crippled children. Mrs. Crawiord Crc«ne Is hav ing the Young Matrons club. The Mid-Weelt club Is mcetlns li Ihe • evening with Mrs. Harry NS Haiues DC cause of the meeting 01 the .'crippled children's society. - The -Jewish Ladies Aid socletj will" meet In the evening at ' tin hdmc'ol Mrs. William Lani; wilt Mis v Ue Miller also hostess. Mrs.- ' Paul H. Rosewhal will en iu^Uio Wednesday Urftlgo cluu Miss Lillian Boyd Is having llu Nlghl Bridge Club. . Ihe K. C. club will have » parts at the Woman's clubhouse. Son Born. Dr. and Mrs. John R. McDanie jr.; announce tlie birth oi a sui. inte Monday "aiicrnoon. The bauy who weighed nine pounds, has beci named John Hllcy McUantcl ill Before her marriage Mrs. MeUanie was Mlis Miriam Brooks. TJiey nr. 'at their home un West Ash slree; • * 4 Obsfrvc Founders Day. The Parent-Teacher assochUioi. ot the Armorel Junior high, sclio^ observed Founders Day Thursrtaj evening with a program -attcntie. by niolhcrs and lathers. The outstanding speaker war Miss \\*illic A. Lawsofi .county sti perlntcndent, who used as her suo jcct "A Memoi'lttl Tribute, Not Un ly to the Founders, but lo Al Mothers." Other numbers of interest were: "History ami Sltjnlti- cance- of Parent-Tcac.'ier Worn. Mis. C. E. Crlggcr; vorol muiibci-. Mis, Raymond Fowler, 'ten members peilormcd Ihe canrile llglitinv. ceremony, . The offering taken will te sen. to H T. A. headquarters to promote the work. In the social hour Mcsdames W.l Anderson, D. R. Garner and T. s. Williams served delicious refreshments. Rhodes-Phillips Miss Jo Altec Phillips, of Slrcle, and Mr, J. H. Rhcclcs of here, obtained n marriage license at the office of the comity court clerk yesterday. A marriage license was issued Saturday to Miss Eitna Earl Freeman and Mr. T. P. Jackson, both of Blyihcville. 1 * * * Kcilkk-Petirs 'llu marriase of Miss Mnry Peters and Mr. Lofton Kflllck, both ol Armorel, took place here Saltirtlaj with Justice Chcar Alcxnnder performing the ceremony. Entertains Chss Seventeen members of Miss Viv- Ginia McCall's Sunday school clasi ot the First Christian cltitr h iveri her guests Saturday afternoon, at the social hall of the church Games and contests featured the entertainment and balloons were tiven as favors. The hoslera was assisted by MISS Martha Chambers nnd Mrs. E K Latlmer In serving dainty refresh iritnts ' T Ccmwi! M«-u Tonight. 1 All officers and member* of Ih- B. Y. P. U. council ol the Firv Baptist church arc nrgea to niten- the meelins at the cliurch loni-jhi 1 o'clock, when Important business is to be taken up. » • • Have Bible .Study. , Members or Ihe Woman's aitxii iary ot the First 1'rcsbylerm, church studied the book of Acts !r a incctin; Monday nftcruoon conducted by Mrs. B. n. Allen. Hamlel-Rlankcnshlp Miss Oila Nir.c Bfonkcnshln. at Biasgadocio. Mo., and Mr. Fred Hamlet, of Stccle, obtained .i nur riagc liceiuc here yesterday "I'm God's |>llt io E p Qr | 5 ^ritrrs' —Art Snires, tecball iilavcr- DUEilist. UMjtr pugilist. WANT t SHORTEST LINE BETWEEN ...\ - \ [HAVE Boiled Leg of Multon Omar's Suggest ion for isiiiKlay- Dinner Gre|X>frutl ond Orange Cttii Chicken Consomme Belled U>i? at Mutton, Caper Banco Eoufflc Potatoes Lima Uiatii Tomsto Aspic Salad Tapioca CusUud Coffee IWIcd 1*B of Million, (;aprr Sauce Cut the shank bone from n le: of mutton, trim and make nn liict- sloti at the Hrsl Joint. Put it on 1,1 toll In a stockpot ivllh col'l wattr and salt slightly. Add a bunch oi parsley and one currol, cut up. Boll for one hour or more, unl. according to size, serve with a pint of hot taper sttnce iu:i<le by putting one pint of hot llulhiuluisc sauce lino a sauce pan initl heat- lug thoroughly vviCiout. biiilh^; nt; 1 five mlnules, nnd then utulhv.; .1 l)cnpl!i(; teiispoon uf c.ipers—ar in-. crdlnary capjr sucite may L2 tisco Instead. Tapioca Custard Take one bicakrast cupful of lap- Huffman News Mcsdamcs T. ii. linlfleld ai>i! Manuel Adklsson called on Mrs. Paul Fitzgerald Wednesday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Brown an I .\fr. nnd Mis. A. P. BoirWi wciv 'lliursday tvcnlni; guests ol Mr nnd Mrs. Dolph Odklsson. Mr. and Mrs. 1'rank Merrill ami Mi-s. I'ittil Fltagcrnld callc;! on Allss nivlan Mmiet Thursday cve- nlnij. Miss Mcirltl. who hus been ill the past week. Is somewhat im- provcil. Mrs. Victoria Ncely and gjnilH- liaiigiHer, Ncely Peary, called on Mrs. H. L. Adkls'jon Frltlay. John Williamson. Mrs. McKay ami sons and daughters Amies 1111.1 Mabel, anil Uessli- Cnssidy call.-it Sunday afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hasan. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. 11:13,111 -iv- turiied Thursday night nnd weiv iicccmpnnlcd by Ihc former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. liauan of Armstrong Springs, who are HCIV cr nn extended stay. Flo Mac Lollar of 40 aiul 8 spent Friday night with Iris Mrrriti Union Holmes of New Mndnu visited over the, week-end with u daughter. Peggy Ann. Fiocectls of the .box supper giver Filtiny night for the benefit, ol' th3 school irerp $19.85. The prize in ihc pre.lUr.-.glrl contest, n-tjo'x'oi ch ocolflei, .wis .von,' by- Si i & -Loi ia Une Gdticlanrt, ^nnd'Vprfae for tin lien.'a. bar ol .soap, went.-to-lies' Hughes. The Misses Billte. Lolll'n and jiklwcll visited over Ihc week-end vilh tlic former's parents. Mr. 'nd Mrs. \v. B. Lonin. nntf attended he. box- sjinjirr Friday nlfjlit. ...isn .onin boards with Mta cnklwell ind altends the UlyUicvltlc nig;i school, Miss Bessie Cussidy who attends cliool nl" cooler spent' (he WCCK-- end wilh her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. Cassldy sr. Tlic Messrs. Suggs of Ifnlls, Ten- isfsce, are cultivating llidr farm icre ihis year, formerly mantigcn •y Llsh Adklsson. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Beavers an;! ens and Mr. nnrt Mrs. Frank Mpr- itl were Sunday yucsts uf Mr. nnd ,'irs. Archie Parrmm. Mesdamcs J. A. Cassldy sr.. aiul Manuel Actkissou were Sunday a\- fVnoon BLests of Mrs. Mary Meritt. Mrs. Mary Adklsson and twu daughters, Eflie and Annie, spjm Sunday nltcinoon wilh Mrs. Bi>n Adklsson. Mr. aim Mrs. Manuel Adkiison -pciii Salunlay night with Mr. and rfrs. T. H. Htittlcld. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walker wcr.: jnrsls of Mr. mid Mrs. Julm Co|ie- anci In Cooler Friday. Louis and Elva Walker attended lie Coolcr-Canithersvllle basket bat! same in Cariilhcrsvllle I'rldaj light, Bessie Cassldy spent Sunday wilh Asnes anil Malxl McKay. Mrs. Matlie Cassldy is .v.iciutiny Over 60 Counties Now Treat Colds Without "Dosing" Modern Vaporizing Ointment hiyl Kcplucinj; Olil-Timc Inlrnitil Icc.i, pour over It Juil cnoti^h water lo coior. and allow It to st::p nil night. Heal the yolks of five Cfss lightly. l'c'..r one riuart of inllic into a taucepan over the fire, and, ivUcn «arttt, stir in the beaten yolks, nnd ot:e-lialf pound of powdered white hiinar. Sprinkle n very Jit- lie sail over Iliv soaked tapioca, i mncvc the milk initl eggs from the (ire before they bull, nnd beji them into It. Whisk the eau whiles to a linn froth" slir ihem lightly and ipilck- ly Into (lie pudding, pour It Into K L'i.!'.crcd piulillna-basln, slanil It in all-'" of Ijoilhii; waler, and bak; i In a nuxlcr.-.ti: oven with a disli I luincd dottii uvcr it to cover li unit! ilie cijit.inl thickens. Then re- niose fmiii oven, take oir I'.ie cov- i'i', llfl It out of the hot \vui;r. anil r.'.and it In the hoi pan of l!n> . oven to brown. It may be served cill:rr hot or cold. I this week with her son, Lultc mid ' iamily, near Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown are vlsltlmj the former's relatives at Netlleton and Memphis Ihls week They will stop over Iho next weekend here with Mi- 5 . Brown's parents, cmoiilc lo New Madrid, Mo. Miss Margaret I'cary of Blythc- vllle was ihc week-end guest ot her sister, Mrs. li. L. Adkteon Mrs. George Peary and daughter, ccly, and Mrs. Victoria Nceley were sjiicsts Sunday of Mr. ami Mrs p. L. Atlkisscn. Mr. and Mrs. Thcinns Hnslou and family were Sunday dinner Bursts of Mr. -and v,Irs. W. 'J. lla- Uuford Soiillicrland of Bragg Cily spent the week-end her- Louise Ray was the. guest of Louise Ci!atull:r (Sundny. t'fi-sloii Oa-y Is at liomc for :i Unr with her parcnls, Mr. and Mrs Klcclc i'erry. 1'reslon Oiey, Llsslc Perry, 1,1,1- tlrcd Kay. Aynes and Mabel McKay ivcro the guests of Mary'-Fitz. Itenild Sunday afternoon. A Bcneraticn ago, it was t!ie cus- tcm to give large doses cf inter- i:al medicines fjr colds aiul almost every human ailment. T:;cn. NortlrCarollna ph.irmacht origiuat- Vkks VauoRub, Ihc modern method of tuwling coM; wllhonl "desing." Tcday. the \Vuolc trend :f medical practice Ib .iway fron needless "dojlnp.' 1 As more nhil more people adopted this modern external treatment, tin; fame of Vicks sprad until today It is in standby Icr cnlits— artiilt:' as wll as childrcn'^—in over CO countries. This ever-increasing demand is !'i:wn in (he figures uf the familiar Vick slogan. Made famnu? when Vicks reached "17 Million Jars Used Yearly." and lator i-aisi>ct la "21 Million." there figure-, toa, lutve been oitlcrcvvn. as t ; t ,-,, nrc i:cu- "Over 2G~ MilllQ:i Jnrs Used Vrnrly," in the United Kintes .iloiH; Adv. Sandy llidffc News The Misses Corn May and Frances Gordon and rrank May wen- fe'tiesls in the home of T. W. Whittle Thursday evening. Miss Iris O'Nenl visited tcienus liere Friday afternoon. ' Mrs. Dixie" Baker spent Vrlclay nftenioon with Mis. T. W Whittle. l-'o'nl JfrOjiiTlly «f I.tisnni call.-1 on Miss .Kelsie Bevlll Galitr.lay a[. tornoon. Mrs. T. W. Whilie and rtauglilor and son visited Mrs. n. Stockton Saturduy aftfrnoon. The Misses Siirtic and Ktoyin Whittle nnd Mr. Hubanl and "n Hardy visited Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Baker Saturday evening. Mrs. Era Ltitins visited Mrs. W D. Vlning Sunday afternoon. Huston Wiitlcy visile;! Miss Melba foster Sunday attennjoii. No indictments Voted in Purchasing Inquiry LITTLE HOCK, Feb. 35 <UI'I— The t'nlaskl county grand Jury closed its investigation into stale purchasing agencies hire tcdav without returning an indictmvnt. It Issued a rciwrl. however, saying purchasing agents for tin- stale liospilnl for nervous diseases had been "negligent In miking n , 1(1 ciiccklng pin-chafes fcr the hospital." The report cited several instances of "mifmanagcment." including the awarding of n contract for 10000 gallons of syrup at 5330 ;1 ' raw and then purchasing irmn another source at $-1.25, and a similar trans, action in regard to blankets. Kiratl Courier News Want Ads Bits of News Mostly Personal Ulck While Is 111 frcm JDC.I -h at the hrjiiic cf Ills parcnls, Mr and Mrs. Floyd White. Mr, and Mrs. Hnssell Phillips anil daughter. Betty, arrlv:d home 5 -I tcrday afternoon from a mjnt >'• i sluysuiy at Miami and other no'-ii I In Florida. " i fiom Memphis where ihe visitcil her sister, Mrs. J. R. Tan.sH, for' several days. She was accoiupa:)!- 1 ed by Mis. J. C. I.owc of Paragculd ' They returned with Mcs Harry | Khuy. Mrs Franklin Wllburn ami Mre. Merle Stewart of Paragould, who spent Saturday In Mcinpliir.. Mr. and Mrs. E. c. Patton and 1 Misi Grace Webb liavoiretuniel! from Nevqrrt where (hey spent | the weekend i Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Tlosentha! • nnd son, .Paul Jr., returned yesterday from St. Ixwls where they hav; boon visiting relatives. They wer; accompanied home l:y Mr, Ro.srn- liial's fallier, I. Koscnlhal. who I will attend to business • hers. I Miaes Mabel Hogan, Mai.v Out- j law, Ira Wright and Jessie .Sritcl si>cnl Sunday afternoon In o.iceola ; with Miss Wright's brother, I«l Wright. I Miss Delslc Stewart, of Stccle, I was n visitor In the city Sunday. \ Mrs. W. H. Diamond, ol St. Luuls, has arrived here to intake her hune. Mr. Diamond li' employed at the New York store. Mr. and Mrs. Ed fihane havn returned from several days. -visit i in ParagoiiUl. . ; ; John A, Waterman 'A'as a-.visi-' lor In Memphis Suml.iy. £ I Frank Webb spent Sunday in; Ilerhanrto. Miss., -as the 'gueV. «! ! I.tlrs Kthel Emerson. }' i W, B. Tanner is attending toi attcndinr, lo business at C:l:n-i! Plant, Ark. ^ - . j R. B. Harris and dauglilcr, Miss! Oln Boh llarri:!. spent, the week- i end in Memphis with Mrs. IlarMs. i Mrs. J. o. White, who lias bivu I critically 111 for several weeks, dc.- vi!lopc v ! pneumonia Sunday. HIM- comlltlon is unchanged Miss I'curl Moore and Lcui- ; Phillips ipcni yesterday in Ctinn--i tell, Mo. ' j Mr. jiid Mrs. .O. W. McCutcl™ : «erc visitciG In Sikestpn Sunday. a.(jt> have as their guest, Mrs. Mildred Hancock Aclce, of Hoplcinsvlllc, Ky. Mrs. Aclce n'lll be remembered as fche visited in this city a number cf years ago. Mr. and Mr;. Jolm Tlmrman, ol IKpkinsvJIle, Ky,, arrived this aft miocn for a visit with Mr. Tltur- inan's iislcr, Mrs. Luke Hubbard am', family. . ' Tommy Ccoper, who has been scri.-nsly ill from spinal menln- t'llh ol Hie Cornet hoipllal, is much Improved and will probably ba taken to him home at Steelc Mo., within a short time. Miss Winnie V. Turner, county supervisor, Is visiting the schools at Pawhceti unit DOS Elder fdiy William T. Hamincck. former assistant attorney general, of Little Rock | 3 a visitor in Ihc cily today. He is a brother of J. vv. Hammock, local druggist. _ : :mcl brcilirr. Billy Slieiuv, of New . ! Madrid, Mo., were" called to her Mrs. P. P.. Bwlnncy and Miss Cora ! ber.side yesterday In Par- Mr . „,„, Mrs . iigotild Joncsboro Miss Mamie Blytlic. of Memphis spent Lie week-end with her.-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vlr"il Grcc'k- Miss VeU!a Adcock visited-" \ f Mehiphh over the week-end. A. L. Adams, cr Joneslwra •• allendhiB in bmlnefs licrc. Miss Nullle Kerr was a Mrnipliis I visitor for the week-end J. A. Telllcr, of Litlle ii w !c'. is transnclni^ business In tlir citv Miss Virginia Terry i s m ^ vt ' home an Tenlh slieet ' " Ray Worthlngton EIWIH vc in Walnut, Rtdge atlemlln ; - - vc.'crdiv ' _;nie Rev. aiul Mrs. ,\i m -ion A. B^ggs and son, Marion, win i cavu Ihm-alny morning for Hot Sprliii-i where (hey are to mnkc- their ],-jm,. Ur. Boggs has Iwcn pastor of the Fn-sl Prcsbj'lerl.iii clit-rch r ur almost four nnd a half years and will have ihc pastorale of the Fir^' church there. Miss Maud Welch, uf Memphis and Miss Horton Ciucdlie iif WiN fon. were the week-end giir-sts ot Mrs. J. C. Mallock. ?• .\fr. and Mrs. Elton Kirln-V of I'cu-agould, accompanlscl by MV'Funt Mrs. J. R. Kirby, of lg( j»lrt motored over today for a brief visit wilh Mr. and Mrs. Hany Kirby Mr. !ii.'(i Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mr. Kirby's parents will go tu Tunica, Mis, 1 ;., tomorrow from ivher- Ihc parents will continue th»l'r triii to Belznnl. Miss. Miss Mj-rtle Ellis is a patient i-i. ihff Memphis Bniilist Miss aue Shelby, who lui' been t seriously ill nt tlic home of Mr. ;muf Mrs. Samuel r. Ncnis since iFiiday. was removeil to the iilyihc- I ville hospital lodny. Her mother . from a two days vlsii in -Memphis. Jl. ilighfill was called, to Trenton, Tenn., by the,-death 6f his fAllicr-in-law, Mr. -Hayes: He-was ucionipaiilcd by Mrs.' Hiijlifill of Memphis. . -.,; Trcadway Benslpy, '•(.( Memphis, s n business, visitor in ihc cily. Charles Brown ol Helena, division freight agent ol the Missouri and North Arkansas railway com', is attending to business in cily today. He formerly lived h.'ie. H. G. Rudncr, ot Memphis spun last nlghl in the cily on business. Mr. and Mrs. Koss U. Hughe have rclunicd from Memphis, where they wore with their son. ROM jr., who has been under the care of a specialist. He is now much improved. Mrs. W. u. Crmmblin jr.. ;ind Mrs. E. c., Pat Ion are in Memphis today. J. T. Coslon, of Osccola, is at- icndiiig (n business licrc. -Mrs. Otio Kochlitzky nnd Mrs. K. I. Kii-fliner arc in Memphis Fay Mall has relurnctl from a liusnuis trip to Memphis. ,,, W ;,, T ' 01lL ' rsl is '" M '»s 'ionic an West Main street. Lcroy Woods, cf Luxoi-.i, attend- You will soon have an OPPORTUNITY to buy new and up-to-date merchandise at The New , or ea to business here tcd ay odts On February '.'5, 17S5, John i- iiu, second president cf the Uni(. cd mates, was appunttjcl 'the I'nsi minister to t'ligland. ' Adams »as one of the pfliilrii Icatlcrs of Massachusetts umt nn in. llucntial member of the Sscoiict Cojilincntal Congress. >!lc acliieveu dUtliiclhn in diplomatic circles when he socurcd from Holland a loan for the national finances ami negotiated lei-ms or i»ace and com- mcicc with Great Britain. Appalnted minister to England Adams found his post an irksomj one. He believed Ills service was doing his country no good and returned home after only three years abroad. In tlic flrac election under th" new Constitution Adams was ehct- ed vice president, serving hvu terms, hi 1700, on the refusal of Washington to accept a third term he « p as chosen president. Adams died Juiy i, 1820. on the same day as Thomas Jefferson John Quincy :\dsms, sjxdi presl-' dent of Hie United Slates, was hh Snook Loses Last Hope of Dodging Execution WASHINGTON. Feb. 25 <,U[>>— James Howard Snook today lost -'.iis last hope of escaping by legal menus, execution in the'electric chair at Columbus, Oa., Friday for ino nmrdei of I'lieoia tils. •The supreme court refused to review Snook's appeal' alter the condemned man's attorneys made a last minute appeal for a stay Ilie governor of Ohio ha<= refused lo reprieve and today's nc- |icn or the highest court virtually Kills the former Ohio state university professor's last hope. Rend Courier News Want Ails. y Mr. and Mrs. \v. H. Minyaid Why Suffer With Corns—raj- Dinte—I'ain Stops 'and Ou( Comes Corn. RKSUI,TS GUARANTEED NKWEST, BEST ItEMGDY No bulky doughnut pads or burn- Ing acid::—get an envelope of O-joy Corn wafers for a dime. Thin as Paper, press one on the corn voiib ringer and it sticks there. Bh-cs don t hurt. Pain is gone immediately. Dance if yon wish, no bother fuss or danger. Later, in n, 0 i, a ,|,' out comes corn, callsus, rc»ts ;md a.-. !-ikc magic. Everyone h going wild over O-Joys. Broadway was overjoyed; yr.n will he. loo Hi's O-Joy Wafers tor a dime at cli-j^- gists. Adv.-"l. ICTOR is not and can not be bargain-counter merchandise. Victor value is assured and tslable; Victor performance is months in ad vancc-and permanently satisfy ing. SQADIC Charles E. Rosenbaum Dies at Little Rock LITTLE ROCK. Keb. 25 tUPI — pliarles E, liorenbaum, 73, for half a century a leader in fhe Masonic order, died at hia !icme here early tcday. Rosenbaum was lieutenant fraud commander of the Scott'-sh rite tree mai:nry, a position he had held since J911 e suffered a heart al-H tack several days ago and grew giadually weaker. 193 ° fessed murderer of her husband Marvin Drew and her father, G. T. Gunter, 55, convicted murderer of Drew, were sought by county officers throughout north'm MIS- tlsslssippl today. A man said to answer -the dc- scr pllou ot Guntcr war held by officers tat Marigold, Mis., for Farclimati prison authorities He »as found hiding in the., weds near tliere late yesterday. Officers Are Seeking Mrs. Drew and Gunter NEW ALBANY, Miss., Fcb 21 IUl'1— Mrs. pe ai | Drew, 24, con- i •S»K»fii:uf/T<o^.'i 1 ,'i 1 ." '^us^SsE Gets Complete Relief From Terrible Gas Pains That Cut Like a Knife Like many local women, Mrs, Mary Ogle is so (jr.itpfu! for licr rotiMse from r. life of p.iiii ,S!LO w.i n ts everyone lobe bel|)c<l ami so tells licr st<iry:"Iliavc nlv«ys said and .tliv.iys will siy that 'S'anlacsa\-(.'d mylifr. Fc\\'ix:o]i!t;liAvc surfered as I bnve wilh stomach troidilei in ihc l.i*t lo years. Tlicg.Ti nearly kills :no. livould'liedeatlilysii;k and'in lied ?on:otmies for weeks at a time. !\Iy siouui-li was sore all Ilie liiuc.'llic.Kas would form ami collect iighi in the Bidu aridcul liken knife, I liad lo call in doctors, They s,iid gall fctonesand g.ill bladder. Sotirftomacli and gases almost clinked me lo ocitli and bothered my heart. Meat ami Tiotatocs were forbidden. I s[Kiit lots , . of mnncy but my suffering increased m.-toaii of getting belter. Certainly .1 li.irdcr i;isfc could nol liavebcen found forT.inl.-ic, )•« this medicine h.« suc- o'oilcd and as 1 said, saved niy life. My stomach troubles have yielded, I I'.ive a good digestion of all is relief from gases. I eat everything and gjiucUfo much in strength I look like a different person. Iri best li with in 10 years, i hat expresses it and tells (Iscsioryof what Taiilacliasdoue for me." Just Hie first dose or twool TarJu will bring relief that villamaie ymi. Tnrilac h a real medicine based on rcctlern in«lic:ij sri.-i-ce. l.Kc cvcrjUiiit tood II hai its \v--3.; ar<! in^/Ti-ctivo Imitators, podorcl .ia-rK3?uT,;iitijii'. Tnnlac nmsl hclpyouai muuvy bact. At s]l drucsists. New Footwear 1 Uilc-Saml Ui,l rrnter bu.klc [rim Sun.Tai, ..<• , , ! Spanish lu-fi , _ >;lll -'"tl'- Gordons Hosiery McCallum's- Hosier^ [ Good Shoes nnd

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