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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 13, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Age sixth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina monday november 13, 193 . .v.v. .v.v. Wow social and club activities Carolina German club sponsors Adeline Hoover editor .w/.v.w. Phone no. 4568 Ota Tau kappas at local College entertain at informal party Here the Iola Tau Kappa fraternity High Point College entertained Loir Date at the first social notion of the school year saturday cuing in the ballroom of the Leaton hotel when the event of the form of an informal dirty. Bridge dancing and Rook Bro ded entertainment for the eve no for the fifteen members and Cir dates and refreshment. Were lived at the conclusion of the or to. Chaperones were prof. And mrs. Aul Owen and prof. Walter Dishman of the College faculty. Members and their dates were Reginald Henshaw with milk Becky Noble Seymour Franklin with iss rather Milan Burke Koontz with mus Lucy Neal Thayer Jack Lee with miss Zelma Parnell p. H. Scarboro with miss Sybil Anderson Jack Moran with miss Virginia Hunt Marse Grant with miss Shirley Morris Albert Karle with miss Geneva Crowder Horace Giles with miss Mary Smith Billy Locke with miss Honda Sebastian Bob Merhige with miss Arleen Thomas Robert Clifton with miss Vestal Ferguson Jerry Counihan with miss Jeanne Rankin Elmer Cashatt with miss Lucille Davis Boyce Wynn with miss Doris Poindexter. Old members returning were Lindsay Walker with miss Sybil Fowler Porter Hauser with miss Wilma sink g. I. Humphreys jr., with miss Jean Maxwell and Bill Lewis As Stag. Dub Post football Lance on saturday veiling Bridge party mrs John Abels and w. C i lot were winners of the prizes j t the evening Bridee party of in Emery Wood country club j eld at the run House saturday veiling mrs Abels received a on Hie Bonbon dish and or. Job award was a double deck j f bridal cards. Refreshments were served by f Curtesy of the club at the con i Inion of play. The next event on the club s 5cia Calendar and one regarded s a highlight will be the Carona Duke dance which will Fol j it a the annual football game tween the University of North Ardilla and Duke University ext saturday. Dancing will get underway at nine o clock and it on t inn until one thirty with can Peddicord and his a relies j to. Who need no introduction to i High Point dancers furnishing j Fie music. A Ohnson St. P. T. A. O sponsor another Ilver Tea in series another in the series Pas being sponsored Ohnson Street school earlier association will about people t the Home of Lof Kaday. Tot venue tuesday to amp o clock the Public is invited reds will go to the ree Lute ii fund of Sliver by t he Parent Hgt held mrs Clvde c East Lexington afternoon from in b i Coats Cantil Lorg fur trimmed Wack Fox furs of course Aud other shades Ami latest models. Priced Al a i savings a s35.00 $39.50 a a ski til Kai it Moffitt s North main Street miss Thelma Chambers left today for her Home in Washington d. C., after spending the week end with her sister mrs. S. S. Parker on East Washington Street. Felix Sawyers Vino has been ill for several months at his Home 2301 East Green Street. Has been removed to the Guilford general Hospital for treatment. Or. And mrs. Charlie Carroll and family of Ruffin route two spout sunday Here As the gue to of or. And mrs. P. Ellington. Mrs. Carroll is a Niece of mrs. Ellington. 3$f i 3ft Amos Crotts of Fairmont Park was removed from his Home last night to the Guilford general Hospital whore he is reported quite ill. Mrs i. Of. Venable has returned to Lier Home 423 Tate Street from the Guilford Gen Raj Hospital where she under went a serious operation on october 31. Her condition is reported to he improving satisfactorily. Miss Elizabeth Munroe returned last night after spending the week end in Charlotte where she was a guest in the Home of her sister mrs. Robert Glasgow or. Aaa Jack Abels Host at aka House party Abels local Young Man in school at Davidson entertained members of a mity the i Kappa Airn House party at Hie Emerywood country club Here Over the week end approximately Twenty fraternity member being present. The House party got underway Heie following the Carolina Davidson football game held in Winston Salem on saturday afternoon when the fraternity members and their dates came to Hie club to enjoy a dinner dam e. Approximately Twenty fraternity members and their dates were present to enjoy the affair. Miss Pickard becomes Bride Edward l. Shoat in Danville ceremony or. And mrs. I. Jpickard of Jamestown Arr today announcing the marriage of their daughter. Maty Gertrude to Edward let be Shoaf of Thomasville route one on tuesday november 7, 1939 at Danville. A. For her nuptials the Bride was attired in Blue Wool with Fiuek accessories. She is the youngest daughter of or and mrs Pickard while or. Sheaf is the son of or. And mrs. T. F. Shoaf of Thomasville route one of and mrs Shoaf Are mow at Home at 26 West Broad Street. High Point where the bridegroom is employed. Friendly Garden club meeting on wednesday with mrs. M l Holton the Friendly Garden club i will he entertained at its regular meeting this week by mrs. M. L. Holton at her Home on j Lake. The meeting held wednesday after two thirty of clock for the Christmas party discussed at this time. Make better tasting brew it is o site glow Coffee maker. Electric models from $4 95. All models $5.95 Ond Over equipped with any Heet control which provides flexible temperature control upper bowl handles on Ell models pyrex Brand a loss. Wayne Thomas Bray celebrates third birthday Al parly Wayne Thomas Bray celebrated his third birthday saturday afternoon with a party at the Home of his parents or. Atid mrs. Bruce Bray. 214 Boulevard the party lasted from 3 to 5 of clock and after games had been played refreshments were served from table entered with a White birthday cake decorated in Pink and Green. Present were Joan Mason a Barline Thomas. Bobbie Ami Irene Southard runt and Nookie Griffon Bruce Bray jr., Jean and Clement Mullen Eleanor Barker and William Hancock coming in for refreshments were or and mrs. Sam Groce mrs. Edna Mullen. Office hours 9 a. M. To 12 m. .wvi�?T.w.v.w.v.m social Calendar tuesday to a. High Point Garden club will meet with mrs. F. Tomlinson at her Home on Parkway when mrs. Ruby Bartlett will be the speaker. 10 30 a. In. A the Junior service league will hold an important meeting at the Emery Wood country club. This is the regular november meeting of the league. 3 to 5 p. Wayside Garden club will entertain with a Harvest Tea at the Home of mrs. E. Marsh 148 South main Street to which every Garden club member in High Point is invited. Fall arrangements of Flowers berries etc., will be featured by the members of the hostess club. 6is p. business and professional girls club will meet at the y. W. A. Hut for its weekly dinner meeting and will have As guest speaker miss Vera idol of the High Point College English department. 6 30 p. In. A the Althusa club will hold its dinner and business meeting at the Shera ton hotel. 7 30 p. In. A the tuesday evening Calden Chili will meet with mrs. John h. Tate at her Home on Parkway. L. B. Dutton will be the speaker at this time. Wednesday 7 a. In a the Sedgefield Hunt will have a live Hunt starting at the stable at Sedge held. It 30 a. House and Garden club will meet at the Home of mrs Howard Blair on Ferndale drive for its regular meeting. Members Are asked to bring Flower arrangements to this meeting. I p. twentieth Century study club will be entertained by mrs. R. I. Quigley at her Home in Westwood mrs. W. Thomas will be in charge of the program. 2 30 pin. The Friendly Garden club will meet with mrs. M. L. Holton of her Home at Triangle i Ake for is regular meeting 1 30 p. in Sec literature department of the woman a club will meet at Blair Park clubhouse with mesdames j. A Gawthrop Arthur Ellison and a. W. Robertson As associate hostesses. Mrs. H. White will be in charge of the program. 3 30 p. utopian study club will meet with mrs. Maiette j. Harris at her Home on rot Kford Road 7 30 p. women of the Moose will meet at the Moose Hall on North main Street for its regular meeting s3<> p. High Point Council of jewish women will meet with mrs. Harry doctor at her Home on Morris Street with mrs. Louis Tanner As associate hostess. Thi Shay 3 p in mrs. A. M. Rankin will entertain members of the entre Nous club at her Home 102 Church Street at its biweekly meeting 8 30 p. High Point cooperative concert association will present Erno Balogh. Distinguished composed pianist Ai the Junior High school to inaugurate the season s concert series. Only Tho. Holding membership in the cooperative group Are eligible to attend. Friday 3 30 p. Nut the Canterbury club will he entertained by mrs la. L. Brockman at her Home on Fairway drive. 3 30 p. Nut the Philomath Ean club will meet at the Home of mrs. P. Mottott on Lindsay Street for its biweekly meeting. Saturday 2 30 p. Nut the y. W. A Book club will meet at the hut when a discussion group will feature the program with a current Book As the topic. 9 p. No a the Emerywood country club will present a a a Carolina Duke dance at the club House. John Peddicord and his orchestra will play for this dance. Amelus. Murrell Here Are sets for the club dances University o Friday and 17-18, week nine i a ii n u to i f nor Satur end o Turat live spoil ii fall German held at the h Carolina on Lay. November the Carolina til game i he tin Duke foot there w i he series Lexi Tignini dance Friday pattern Are scheduled for saturday nights Tomary saturday he foregone this y in e dam with a Tea on. Formals Friday and hut the cons a dance will a because of Louise North col the game which is to he played w in Durham. Larry Clinton and his famous hand will furnish music for All three affairs which Are to he held la Woollen gymnasium. Sponsors and their escorts Are miss Dye Kin a ii of Short Hills. N. J., with studio Kirk Leo. Of Greenville president of the German Chih miss Murdoch Salisbury. With Icouls it Utton. Raleigh Nett Ary treason Winston Salem miss w Ith Bon Toni miss Kimsey weds three year old Burlington Man a in Durham ceremony a marriage of interest in this Section of the state was solemnized at the Duke University Chapel a in Durham sunday at 1 30 porn. When miss Vista Louise Kimsey of Jamestown became the Bride of j. Wilbur Robertson jr., of Burlyng Jon. Rev. F. M. Patterson of Durham officiated a ing the double i ring ceremony. A program of wedding music was rendered by the Chapel Organ-11st, and included the wedding i hymn Quot of perfect love a a and Quot Liebes Traua Liszt. The bridal a horns from Quot Lohengrin Quot was used As a processional and men dels Sonny a Quot wedding March As recessional. White tapers burned at the altar which the Bride approached on the i Arm of her father s. S. Kiu Ivey. Who gave her in marriage and where they were met by the Groom Jand his Beal Man. John a. Boul a Din. Jr., of Burlington. Ushers were Arnold Kimsey brother of i the Bride and Edward Robertson i of Burlington brother of the Groom the brides Only attendant was j her sister. Miss Silene Al inst j Jamestown who wore a Wool i i in the new Burnt sugar Shade 1 made on simple lines. Her arces j j Sones were of Black and her Cor-1 i Sage was of yellow roses. The Bride wore a costume Aillet of Penguin Blue Wool with Black Moleskin trim. Tho jacket was fitted closely at the Waist rippling j into a Bustle effect at the Hack i and had a High standing Collar i and sleeve puffs of Moleskin. Her Pill Box hat with nose veil and her other accessories were of Black i and her shoulder Corsage was of sweetheart roses and Valley lilies. The brides Mother mrs. S. S. Kimsey wore Black Wool and lace and her Flowers were Pink Rose i buds. Mrs. Jav. Robertson sr., i of Burlington Kotlier of the j i Groom was also in Black with Ai Corsage of Pink ruses. The Bride is the elder daughter of or. And mrs. S. S. Kimsey of Jamestown and was educated in the Jamestown schools. Or. Hub j Yertson is the son of or. And mrs j. A a Robertson sr., of burling a. Ton w Here lie is employed with i j Mitchell s drug store and w Here the couple will he at Home on i fifth Street after november 16, from a Gar mrs n to it Wayne Thomas Bray son of or Ami or. Bruce Blay of i Boulevard celebrated ids third birthday saturday Al ids borne. Wayside Garden club s Harvest Tea tomorrow members of Al Garden in the City will he enter by Courtesy of the Wayside Den club at the Home of j. E. Marsh on South Street tomorrow from 3 of clock when the club i second annual Harvest Tea cards have been issued to approximately 230 persons for he event which is held to enable members of other Garden clubs to see outstanding arrangements of fall flow ers berried shrubs and other seasonable growths which members of the Wayside club will have on display at this time. Members of the Wayside club headed by the club officers will receive at this affair a Church social Adelphia society at woman s College holds annual formal dance and i when they will return Southern wedding trip. Need laxative take an All vegetable one done to let inn Amienee Lead you into harsh measures for the Relief of constipation there a no use. A Little spicy All vegetable Black Ora ought. Taken by simple directions Quot ill gently persuade your bowels. Take it at night. That should give on Picot v of time Tor sleep. T a i thorough Relief i tuition symptoms a i it ii iou ufos appetite i Daug 11 Quot intent Ina helps to must a s. A sour s and pm t s main Jug i Tonie la at tone the i us eco Omi from Eon St i headaches Ach loss of half vied Lent is ail Ive Quot which intestinal ult Loo 2a eau Ulm Iii in to 4v do Greensboro nov. 13 in keeping with the football season footballs goal Post Aud innumerable College pennants de Cora led Rosenthal gymnasium at Vyon Iaus College saturday evening where the annual Adelphia society formal dance took place. This was the second Soddy dance of the fall season the dikmans held their dance on october 21. Miss Muriel qua of Northampton mass., president of the Adelphia society with her escort. Of. O. Barnes of Greensboro und miss Sigrid Heine mount Clemens midi., dance Hun Man w Ith Carl Newsome. Thomasville led the figure which came out from the goal posts to form tile figure in the Middle of the Dame floor. Others participating in the figure included the society officers marshals and dance committee chairmen with their eaten. They were miss Wilhel Mina Efird of Albemarle Vic president j miss Pratt Breeden Bennettsville a c., cot responding Secretary with Sam Pickard Miami Fla. Miss Josie Harding. Vav Ashington treasurer with Thomas keep Washington miss Bobble Lee Clegg Greensboro inter society representative with Sydney Almander Charlotte. Marshals include miss Jean Hartsook Greensboro with Kermit Murphy Greensboro miss Virginia Ambrose Conway. S. By with Frank Stearns Monroe miss Eleanor Horner hurling ton. With Robert Keadle Mapleville. My miss Marion Fisher i Northampton mass., with Bick i in hell Greensboro miss Barbara 1 Jane Huff Plainfield. N. With j Joe Hilton. High Point miss in India Wilson. W till j claim Rodman asians iou. Winifred Jansen ight Wilmington miss Redfern. Raleigh with j Lynch Murphy Salisbury miss j Miller Chape Hill with Jimmie Ross. Charlotte miss Falls Memphis term., with Sam Mcpherson Durham miss Murrell. I Washington i. By with Frank Dennis Washington Iby miss i Northcutt. Asheville with Char i in Diffendal High Point and j migs Jansen. White Plain n. Y., with Eddie Dickerson Monroe. Church group has meeting at Randleman numerous visitors special to the Enterprise Randleman nov. 13.�?the Hill top Wesley Bible class of Naomi Church met monday evening at the Home of mrs. Clarence Routh. The devotional service was in charge of mrs. L. Stokes. After the regular business discus a tickets to the Center theatre Aion presided Over by mrs. Ernest i will by awarded in the Quot a Marks Talley the hostess served fruits the spot Quot contest announcement and Candy to ten members pres j of which along with other de in it tails appeared in the Enterprise yesterday. Shelley Miller Young aviator of the first prize will be $7 50 Randleman accompanied by Rich in Cash. The second 5 and the Aid v u Man non spent the week it third $2.50. The next ten win end with or. And mrs r. S. Hayes nets xvii each receive a ticket to of Richmond. A. J hey made the the enter theatre. Rules announced for new contest thirteen awards in a Marks the spot loftiest three Cash prizes and ten trip in or. Miller plane. Miss Elizabeth tester spent the week end with relatives in Andree s. By mrs. A Gray is quite Iii at her Home Here. Or. And mrs. S. H. Gardner in each of the thirty blocks which appeared in the double Page in the Enterprise yesterday will he found a diagram and in each diagram will he found an Quot a a that designates spent the week end in High Point i the lot a a on of a prominent Tisl a p no a i i Ness establishment. All one has r. P. Deal has returned to his Home Here after spending the past to do is to Supply the Correct name of the establishment so two months recuperating at the to it my or Home of his son. R. B. Deal and j cd est Knater in each space Toseth mrs. Deal in Greensboro Joseph and Billy Manson or Greensboro spent the past week with their aunt mrs. A by Fox. Or. And mrs. O. M. Reynolds and family of Winston Salem Walter Chambers of Raleigh and Boyce Helms of Kannapolis were dinner guests of or. And mrs. T. L. Helms sunday or. And mrs. Forest Matthews or with the proper Street address and answers to any other ques a Lions asked. Everyone is eligible to compete except newspaper a employees and members of their i families. A answers must be addressed i to Quot or. X contest in care of the Enterprise and must he in his hands by noon. Friday november 17. Correctness. A no Uii. Puiesi Oak news. Of Columbia s. By miss Louise near new and a Quot re Mility in a Matthews of Lexington and miss Raceme a win he he deciding Sarah Matthews of High Point factors in judging the winners spent the week end with their Par j a or Quot a mrs w Rea Campaign mrs. M. Ferguson has returned it a \ no ctr Quot a a it her a Home Arter spending the week i w do i Are. I Lau with her daughter mrs. Atlas con Ley of Durham. Mrs Richard Vuncannon spent the week end with her sister mrs. Richard a Rouse of High Point. Or. And mrs. James Otis Pritchard of Randleman route 2 announce the birth of a son James Ronald at their Home on wednesday. November 8. Lame Ronald who weighs seven pounds Aud his Mother Are getting along nicely. The woman Bible class of the farm leaders meet tomorrow Iii Charlotte Charlotte. Nov. 13.�? a a Campaign will be launched Lien tomorrow at a meeting of group interested in Rural electrification to provide electric lights by Christmas for thousands of North Caro Baa and South Carolina Farmers now without them. The meeting will be held under in Millis x of a a of lilt Quot Quot a a a Quot Christian Church held their pegu the auspices of the Exten ii Lar monthly meeting november 4, service of by by state College at the Home of mrs. Paul Fleich count agent Home demons a Man. The meeting was called to011 agents engineers and other order by the vice president mrs 1 workers of the Extension service Vance Dorsett. Bible Reading was a attend As Well As office Given by mrs. L. T. Carrick. Pray and superintendents of the elec or by mrs. Ode Mont poems. Quot one cooperative in the two state Little Talent Quot mrs Lewis Kouth. And representatives of the Bura Quot a tis Light mrs. Pearsey a a Robbins Quot of you would he a master mrs. Ode soul. Refresh elect duration authority. Streakers will induce David s Weaver electrical Engineer i. E men to were it his Ken Ste a red consisting of Jones Rural electrification a Alad pumpkin pie of n it state College mrs w Quot Quot a a Piv i a a a a a my hot Coffee. The meeting and Rosalind Redfern Home Demot iou in cd to meet with mrs. Charlie i St ration agent of Vinson county Bowman in december. Wiley Laughlin of Lina visited Henry Stevenson recently a i. Gui Killi. Of the Rea Wash ? Iti Glon Dart Frank s. Peebles on the Caro i regional supervisor of Reavy ii Nicholson Rea general counsel r. L. Billhimer. State direct or. And mrs o. M. Stout visited membership activities of the re relatives in Coleridge sunday. I and other mrs. E. Brown and children j spent saturday in Greensboro. Or. And mrs. Pearsey Robbins of Gibsonville x visited mrs. Bennie Robbins sunday. J or. And mrs. E r. Woodey of near Greensboro visited or and or. Otis Stout recently. Or. And mrs. Roy Lackey honoured their sister miss frames Helms at a formal birthday party wednesday evening at their Home on the Asheboro Road. The Lackey Home was decorated with fall Flowers for the occasion. Dancing and games furnished the entertainment. A Buffet supper a served to Mise Nancy Oley Betsy Dobson. Dixie Helm. Emory Gibson of High Point Jan k Lackey of Asheboro Ted shy Mocher of igj1 Tut six building permits granted Early today the office of the City a build tug permit clerk experienced Al most a miniature Quot Boom hit morning when a total of six per Mats was issued before la of i lock the largest permit granted a one for $2,650 issued to p. A Sprinkle for a dwelling to Atis and garage on Avery Street. Thi House will contain five rooms. Other permits were issued a follow s g. E. Hut. Hens 111 a Washington Street Penthouse of elevator 35. Allen Austin remodelling a High Point Street $200. Mus Nancy Oley and Camion Amos realty company re Roc and paint at 816 Morris Strep Mittie Phil i he is meet to Ebay Kight the Mittle Philathea class of the Lebanon methodist Church will hold it monthly meeting in the Church hut tuesday evening at 7 30 o clock according to an i announcement made this morning. A full attendant e of the i membership was urged at this i time. Mittie Mckin a be j will meet tong�?T4t the Lottie Moon Circle of the West end Baptist Church will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight at 7 30 with mrs. G. Vav. Kivett on English Street. Mesdames Stout and Steed fete daughters on their birthdays mrs. Z. Vav. Stout and or. Vav. L. Ste. I of Randleman route i gave a Surprise birthday party for their daughters Lena Stout and Gladys Steed guests assembled in the living room which was decorated with fall Flower. Many games Aud contests were enjoyed for w hich prizes were Awat ded to Delbert Hinshaw. Leva Smith. Ben Cox and Donnie Hughe. Refreshments were then served to approximately 30 guests the Honoreen were presented with Many Lovely gifts. Mrs. Caldwell and daughter attend Cousin s funeral or. A. S. Caldwell Aud Daugh to r. Miss Alice Mcrae Caldwell accompanied by their cousins or. And or. Gibson Harman of Danville va., attended f services for another Cousin. Vav a. Smith in Mangum i a Lay. Mrs Smith was Well in High Point having \ mrs. Caldwell on several sinus. The entire party went Mangum to Charlotte sat nigh and were week end of or. And mrs Durn an a Homs a i Lugus Moser and triad Plummer will spend this week end at miss Oley Home in Matthews va., or Otey will accompany them on their be turn Home after spending the past i week there. Sam Bowmanjr. Of new York City i spending this week with his Mother mrs. S. By Bowman. I miss Faye Baker and Carey wit i hams. Both of Asheboro were United in marriage saturday at i a the Home of or. And or. Jennings j Bunn. The Rev Otey Baptist min i Lister performed the ceremony. The j Bride was attired in a Navy Blue velvet dress with Black acce a hol ies. The Bride and bridegroom i left immediately for a honeymoon j in Western North Carolina and i Virginia after w hich they will be j at Home in dog Wood acres Ashe i i Boro. Funeral services held j for miss Francess Wood funeral services for miss i Frances Melissa Wood 87, who passed away Early saturday morning at the Home of mrs. J a. A. Ward. Greensboro route 3, with whom she had Lieen making her Home for the past 31 i years after an illness of two j weeks duration were conducted from the lied Hill Church sunday afternoon at 3 of clock by the pastor Rev. A m Allred and Rev. Robert Melvin of Greensboro. Interment followed in the red Hill cemetery. The pallbearers were Clyde Wood Raymond Stanley Edgar Cable. A. L. Dupree Thurman Wood Aud Frank Lewellen. The Many Beautiful Flowers were carried by nieces. I tools stolen g. Tullis 133 Lindsay j Street reported to police today that someone had entered his i garage during the night and had taken a Quantity of tools from a tool Box Iii the trunk Compart j i ment of his automobile. G Curtis Smithdeal re Roi and paint at 907 Johnson Stree $450. Harvey Burgess repair an paint at 203 Lindsay Siree 1250. Word received of death of mrs. Fannie Culbreth word has been received Lier by relatives on the death Sal urday november la of in Fannie Croker Cut Ehreth a Statesville. Or. Culbreth was s year of age the sister of line say Croker of Gigli Point an the late Clem Croker of Trinity she had lived in Statesville to a number of years hut i Remen bored Here having lived at the Home of prof by. English Trinity in her girlhood. Juyoun a Jhosie Talethe Mose Pum ism no grip that cold Hason you. Use 2 drops be Netro nose drops avoid this horrible mistake Mother fret ulness in a child foul breath furry Tongue listlessness or an upset headache condition often warns Quot help those bowels Quick a but Mother done to make the horrible mistake of giving your youngster a grown up laxative. Remedies of adult strength May easily be too harsh too shocking to sensitive Young bowels. To help children snap out of such upsets millions of thoughtful Mother for 50 years have relied solely on Quot California syrup of figs and elixir of Why not use this gentle sensible Way to help your own youngster Quot California syrup of figs and elixir of Senna is a vegetable product mad primarily for children. Naturally its pleasant and thorough action does not depend on harsh drugs. And its flavor is so Good Rich and fruit like that children take it gladly without fuss or urging. Get a bottle now at your nearest drugstore. Keep it Handy so you la never again use anything stronger. Done to substitute remedies which May Quot sting or Gripe Quot California syrup of figs and elixir of Senna is a liquid economical because you easily adjust the dose to immediate Indi

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