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HINTS FOR THE HOME. SYMPTOMS OF ETK STRAIN One of the most frequent of these is pain n the back

HINTS FOR THE HOME. SYMPTOMS OF ETK STRAIN One of the most frequent of these is pain n the back

of the neck. This sensation is described as pulling or drawing, tense feeling. It is frequently mistaken for is called muscular rheumatism.’’ The Jain jften radiates down the back and to tbo shoulders, or may even manifest itseY as oain in the side. More .t is limited to the bac
27 June 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CAKE OF THE BOOTS.

CAKE OF THE BOOTS.

If wet boots or shoos arc thoughtlessly thrown on the fioor the wet eannot gel away, and the soles, being the hardest parts, retain the damp, which strikes through the middle the inner-sole. When one has been out in ever small ‘bower, it a good plan lay the hoots on their sides,
27 June 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
HARRISON BROS., LTD.,

HARRISON BROS., LTD.,

TAILORS, CLOTH!EHS, AND GENERAL DRAPERS, Buooleuoh Place, 233 Main Street, BELLSHILL, Butloesa Hours —'J a.m. to p.m. ; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 10 pm.
27 June 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
UDDINOSTON MAN INJURED

UDDINOSTON MAN INJURED

On Saturday last, while employed in the ell coal section of the No. Fit, Bolhwoll Fork Collieries, Fatrick Lindsay, (36), miner, Watson Street, Uddiugstou, met with a slight accident by a travelling hutch leaving the rails and jamming him againet the wall whereby be received a s
27 June 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BELLSHILL FIRE BRIGADE’S

BELLSHILL FIRE BRIGADE’S

SMARTNESS. The uanal quiet of the Sabbath wan disturbed on Snndny afternoon laat by the whistle* of onr brigade. The oatbreak, of fire which Mr R, Robb’s bakery, Igabank Buildings, Momeod, proved of abort dnrattoo, tbanka to the efforts of the brigade. Only four minutes elapsed
27 June 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
flare l her nave betrayed hr." j we entered the garden Miller greeted me cheerily, saying with his Polish accent

flare l her nave betrayed hr." j we entered the garden Miller greeted me cheerily, saying with his Polish accent

: | ** I've just come make a rather unexpected call upon our friend here. I’m glad you are present, though had no idea Hint you. Meester Laird, were a guest here!” I glanced across at Almond, and saw that his face was ashen pale. Tie. too. knew that escape was now entirely out o
27 June 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NOW SHOWING

NOW SHOWING

New Style*, . abaci ee Purplf, Saxo, odforH Cords, bow rials. Hundreds from. Original Smart Dainty and Ch».. in Silk, Cbarmnoie, EpOOK**, etc., The Very Creations. New Coats tnnart shapes, T«eeds and Tan, Purple, and Saxe Bl Maids’ Costui and the keep all net. Covert Coats, Show
20 June 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
PROOF POSITIVE

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’Way down in Florida two darkies wero discussing as the colour certain Biblical personages.' of them asserted that, Palestine wa.- about in a line with Africa, the people must all ha\c been coloured. “Lor* brc«*» you’ heart!” said the speaker, *‘ St. Peter an* St. Paul an’ rest
20 June 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TREATMENT OF HYSTERICAL FITS.

TREATMENT OF HYSTERICAL FITS.

This fit most commonly aeon in young women whose liOHlth is below par; it is, however, occasionally seen in the male ecx, ami in each case has to regarded the result of some disturbance of the nervous system, says Dr. Wilson, in Before the Doctor Comes.*’ If great deal of sympat
20 June 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
PO NOT BE N MABTVB

PO NOT BE N MABTVB

PO NOT BE MABTVB I*o not Ik? y martv Bear ill' you cannot yon can nin>lcr. nieiiibef that “the dark' row will passed minion pliil< lay lived till to-incr i gol along with miglilxjLU3) o. felicitous term* with your relative*, enjoy the organivitiuiM of focifty, Mich churches panic
6 June 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland