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WORN OUT WITIL,SUITERING.

WORN OUT WITIL,SUITERING.

illefore long I could nut rest anywhere, and'sleep vas out of the question, for the Lumbago never left me. My nerves were worn out from so much suffering; I became irritable and shaky; and my legs teetered so that they would hardly bear me. Different medicines were tried, but th
18 February 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
The Lesson : Genesis xiii. 1-18.

The Lesson : Genesis xiii. 1-18.

Text : "The blessing of Jehovah, it maketh rich, and he addetb no sorrow therewith."—Prov. x. 22.- - (kt. V.) The Bible declares that there are nut many rich, not many wise, not many learned, who enjoy G ad's spscial favour, but chiefly the p ior cf this world, who are rich in f
18 February 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
"Every Picture tells a Story."

"Every Picture tells a Story."

The way to get well is to fled out whet Is the matter, and then to get the right kind of medicine for your complaint. If your bowel. are out of order you need a laxative, hut if it is the kidneys and urinary system that are wrong you need a kidney and bladder medicine. 110 W TO
18 February 1913 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
AGENTS OF ARMAMENT FIRMS

AGENTS OF ARMAMENT FIRMS

ACTIVE. MONTREAL, Monday. It is understood that the representatives of certain British shipbuilding firms who are at present in Montreal are making arrangements which point to the anticipation of a permanent naval policy by the Dominion which will involve the establishment of wa
18 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WAR ON GOLF

WAR ON GOLF

MRS. PANKHURST ON RALLEL OF MEXICAN REI;OLUTION. Speaking at the weekly suffragist meeting at the London., Pavilion yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Panklutist said that those weekly meetings were held to ',Baratta' their forces and to review the situatic.n. The civil war w hich was be
18 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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DROWNING MYSTERY.

DROWNING MYSTERY.

A young accountant clerk. Benjamin Boson (27). a member of a well-known Wolverhampton f am ily, WAS found dead in a pool of water at Baggeridge Woods, near Dudley. yesterday. On the embankment was found a hat. with the man's name inside, while a membership card of the Wolverhamp
18 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE WASTE CHILDREN.

THE WASTE CHILDREN.

WEAPON TO BATTER DOWN THE WALL OF OLD DEFENCES." To the Iditor of "The Daily Citizen." Sir,—A friend askod today. What did you mean by saying that you left that intolerable business of the children to anyone who would take it up!" I explained : " If they are freed of tyranny and
18 February 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
“TWELVE IN A BOX.”

“TWELVE IN A BOX.”

“TWELVE IN BOX.” It has been said that “the whole purpose of tha British Constitution is to get twelve men into a box,” and it may fairly be admitted that at one time the jury system was almost the only protection of the lieges from legal and illegal oppression. But there are man
18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
INJURED JOCKEY.

INJURED JOCKEY.

V. Casebourne, who was seriously injured by th* fall of Forcett in the Stand Selling Hurdle Handicap Manchester yesterday, passed comfortable night and is rather better to-day. BOAT RACE PRACTICE. (To be rowed Thursday, BBarch 13). CAMBEICGE UNEVEN IN ROUGH WATER. Cambridge had
18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
T« THE EDITOR OF “THE GLOBE.”

T« THE EDITOR OF “THE GLOBE.”

Sir, —We are told quite clearly, if understand what we are 'told, that the plays known Shakespeare’s were in fact written by a gentleman—a man position—who loved better to be poet than be counted so.” In Fk-rio’s Second Frutes,” 1591, immediately after the to the reader, there i
18 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England