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Boynton Index (Newspaper) - June 30, 1922, Boynton, Oklahoma T BOYNTON INDEX SUCCEEDS WHERE DOCTORS FAIL Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Often Does Mrs. Miner's Testimony N. wan doctor's care for over live years for hat had no lYom One day ft neighbor told mo about your Compound and I took it. it helped mo so 1 to advise all women try Lydia E. Vegetables for fern a lo prcat help m a na 1 noticed a 1 didn't tako it. 1 thank you for this medicine and if } ever come to this p a Rain 1 do not want to be without the Vegetable 1 Rive you permission to publish this letter so that all women can take my Box V. It's the story over Women sutler from for They try doctors and different hut feel no Finally they F. Compound and you can see its value in the case of Mrs. That's the truth of the If you are from anv of the troubles women you try this It taken in safety by young or as it contains no harmful Old Schuyler Mansion Fourth of July Somehow Lost Its Effect I I a mil the a si of lie p re 1 c s in I urn out of the i I. e i in a i 11 a I ler i a a i. -a i I he 1; 11 i on a r 11 o' i i c ( i a i 11; 11 p S. u ler ' i N I a a I S. 1,11 1. i 11 e. N. Y about the us when the I n i si i i II j. 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It Is an old model the tide f American life has | Inches long with 11 passed to and If you will take tn e inn may all this at for ilie of the has heen n Utile the beaten of these and It has the same stock and barrel used at Hunker und though much worn can still On the Is attached a tallow and patch box which was used to grease und 11 er under these the balls they were loaded In the elms I City GOUVERNEUR OLD HOME Grove's Chill Tonic Purines and Enriches the eoc Clear Your Skin With Soap 25c. Ointment 25 tad 50c, Talcum 25c Hair Thin You TonIc M It and to new tbe roou and stops hair falling out - flits bald Try At ail 76e. M from n f y York Has Encroached on Resting Place of Famous and For than a century the of In the of St. Ann's church of has remained except lor debris which has collected the rhe rust on the Iron pickets and the of tbe door 1 he climbing roses which In Season will the grave of the famous old statesman and d Morris Is credited with writing tbe final draft of the Constitution of the rhe document which has been amended 18 since ns secretary of the Constitutional dried his quill and called It a good day's The Brom has grown up about St. Anns with row after row of until the little church and Its yard seem all but crowded The depressing In New York Is the rear of a and on three sides of the churchyard the dingy walls have backed up the Iron They wave Morns Homo at the Time of the tbe weekly waBh lo derision of the efforts of the past to hold onto this last piece of the old manor of his Had Your Iron Today? Get Some * and iron mi nil the Mime new speed up anv be a Vital men resist the Let little 7^ 14-5 i ot nutriment in every package - it to work almost No tax on digestion so it doesn't heat the Fatigue resisti All natural and Try it slipping hen ou yawn at S P.M. Stillens up and makes Two packages and a glass of milk form greatest luru h ever ittle Raisins 5c Everywhere Little Red Packages nail o A I a a 11 r i j otie around i I oar it. a to A u en a 1 h 1; u less ho .im AN OF GOODYEAR VALUE The 30 x 3 1 Goodyear Cross Rib Tire shown here alongside its the 30x3'2 Goodyear All-Weather Tread is a conspicuous example of Goodyear The Goodyear Cross Rib has in it the same high grade Egyptian cotton fabric that goes into the All-Weather Tread It has a differently designed but and it sells for considerably less In the past five years more than 5,000,000 of these Goodyear Cross Rib Tires have been They have everywhere given remarkable Their fine performance and known value have convinced thousands of motorists of the folly of buying unknown and unguaranteed tires of lower Ask your Goodyear Service Station Dealer to explain their Makes Old Waists Like New Putnam Fadeless or tints as you wish
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