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Boynton Index (Newspaper) - June 30, 1922, Boynton, Oklahoma T H_E BOYNTON INDEX SUCCEEDS WHERE DOCTORS FAIL Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Often Does That.-Read Mrs. Miner's Testimony Chuniluisoo, N. Y.- "I wan undorthfl doctor's care for over live years for hat knelio nn-1 had no relict' lYom hismedicine. One day ft neighbor told mo about your Vegetable" Compound and I took it. it helped mo so imicli that. 1 wi.sh to advise all women (o try Lydia E. rink-ham's Vegetables Coinj)ound for fern a lo , tmubjes a/id prcat help m curryir.i: a child, na 1 hal'o noticed a dillcrcncc ulicn 1 didn't tako it. 1 thank you for this medicine and if } ever come to this p 'int. a Rain 1 do not want to be without the Vegetable Compound. 1 Rive you permission to publish this letter so that all women can take my advice."-Mrs. l-'utn MiNEK, Box hC, Oiuruhusco, \. V. It's the san;c story over npain. Women sutler from a;'.nients for years. They try doctors and different medicines, hut feel no better. Finally they takeL\dia F. I'inkham's YoRetablo Compound and you can see its value in the case of Mrs. Miner. That's the truth of the matter. If you are sutVeririR from anv of the troubles women ha\e, you ourhtto try this medicine. It canhe taken in safety by young or old, as it contains no harmful drugs. Old Schuyler Mansion Fourth of July Oratioh Somehow Lost Its Effect I I a '� : nriM'ii mil ,.!' the a si ,,� |eei-wi.r. IIU'I lie p re . 1 e, c s s, >r in I urn havnii; rki'li out of the a-has i I. e i in a i 11 a I Sctiin ler i a a i. -a i ai. I he 1; . \ � 'I � 11 i on a r \ 11 o' i i c ( ; i a i I' 11; 11 p S. u \ ler � ' I) i N I o1 a \' a I S. 1,11 \ 1. r\ i 11 e. N. Y . iilM about the sai'ii' us when the I n i si i i II j. I on all os w ere p I a i ei I upon t l>> llie I 'oiitlneiii ai s.>Ji|s.-r.> In I '," .7. I i' . is' ' n is :r |n''iini>i) a s ; t \\ : s �!:a \\ a 11; 11t, a i was a j:i:r�*t oil1 u 1 � II ! . i I ! I I � I I � I i 1' � s ' i1 (1 lie hi - ' I. 'Co el! io\\ ;.ai the \\ . "i 'I d i o" . an\ sj,|,'!, .;.�',|. when the � . � 1 | ..!> of 'iola', a 1 S i' 11:! \ !. r , !o ..-foils-,. lv.|ia:;l:'v :,'| fhey planned an entertainment fine, To celebrate the day; Speech-making, music-on that line, A "safe and sane" display. And he was nsked to make a speech That should all hearts inspire; He boldly leaped Into the breach And spoke with vocal fire; The bch uyler Home. w i i r. ! n pla co was still S:i r-i. ! '1 e sp!-;:u's ele\ en miles to ! ad not a.ppiaa -hlted 11 -:;:'l was ii"i . . .a!, i " | .;.,! I w �>.;.[ no; Weak and Miserab]e? " i. . |v. �, ,.1 . : -.ci.es :,r: > -� T " I. .- ) o:1r ' w a' : r ::] ire ��.'��.;. .r !a .n'.th ran >l-r.\ n ct. icioa. I'.iins shut -a; i my sfijae into the hack :' mv !-... ad My 1 a k at h,-t] all the t i m c a :-. d I ha. [ !.:.- line da.?>:y j=n . , f tln> ileein^' nr:a\ li; red the streets 'hat still echo w 1I1 t! e drumbeat of w v. r. tfie street 1 at t'olunihla by 1'. .J. llaihey of Jiarti-tl.f"i,o|. wl.h-h for icre than two een- I ard. Mo. It Is an old model muzzle-f:r;es the tide f American life has | loader, fi'J Inches long with 11 -h'i-lnen passed to and 'r . If you will take tn e inn may .-.et all this at Sehuy-lerulle. for ilie niiins.i.n of the Sehuy-lers has heen n Utile n;T the beaten hluli ivti) of trae'U- ..II these \ ears, and barrel. It has the same lock, stock and barrel used at Hunker Hill, und though much worn can still shoot. On the sto.-k Is attached a tallow and patch box which was used to grease lec.-nd und htorv 11 er under these ! the balls uh.-n they were loaded In the elms I gun.-Kansas City Times. DOAN'S "r1^ GOUVERNEUR MORRIS' OLD HOME Grove's Chill Tonic Invigorates, Purines and Enriches the Blood, eoc Girls! Girls!! Clear Your Skin With Cuticura Soap 25c. Ointment 25 tad 50c, Talcum 25c Hair Thin ?g You oe�
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