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THAT ALL-GONE FEEUNC, WORSE THAN PAIN, THAT COMBS FROM INDIGESTION, GIVES WAY BEFORE MOTHER SEIGEL'S SYRUP. George Gittins, of Ondine

THAT ALL-GONE FEEUNC, WORSE THAN PAIN, THAT COMBS FROM INDIGESTION, GIVES WAY BEFORE MOTHER SEIGEL'S SYRUP. George Gittins, of Ondine

Road. East Dulwich, S.E., wriUnK on April 13th 1905, said:— For many years I suffered from indigestion. was always in pain—more or less, and food, even simple food, aggravated my suffering. The pam chiefly the stomach, but often in the back, between my shoulders. I lcat appetite
July 14, 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Gossip on General Affairs.

Gossip on General Affairs.

AT WE HAVE GAINED BV EDUCATION. Mr. Fred rick Greenwood asks in the " Nineteenth Century : What have we gained education so far?" and proceeds : "Looking to the labourers and artisans of the present day who have had this training iall under 40 years oldi. are they better workmen
August 15, 1902 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Try Allen's Foot Ease.

Try Allen's Foot Ease.

A powder to be shaken into the shoes. Your 1 feet feel swollen, nervous and damp, and get tired easily. too liave aching feet Allen's • Foot-Ease* It "rests the feet and makes new or tight boots easv. Cares hot, swollen, sweating blisters and callous spots. Believes corns and' b
August 15, 1902 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
The Coronation.

The Coronation.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1902. Offices : 54, George Street, Litos). The celebrated gipsy who predicted that our King would never be crowned maynowt"-" counted as inefficient soothsayer. legend to which this sorceress gave rise na obtained wide a currency that its refutation is to be i
August 15, 1902 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
LUTON.

LUTON.

MESSRS. J. CUMBERLAND SONS LUTON WEEKLY FAT STOCK SALE. this Stock Sale on Monday, there were £ 8. d. 4S Beasts Highest Price 22 244 Sheep-and Lambs .. .. 2 15 6 106 Lambs 1 4 Calves .. .. 4 10 0 47 Pigs 5 16 0 Horses 14 SCHMIDT'S POLISHES have stood the against all other polish
August 15, 1902 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
THE GRAND THEATRE.

THE GRAND THEATRE.

The bright particular star of the theatrical firmament this week, as far Luton con- 1 cerned, is a local man. Mr. Edmund Tearle is a native of Leighton Buzzard, and has had distinguished career, having, for one thing, I "starred" throughout the United States! with the celebrated
August 15, 1902 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
HARPENDEN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL FLOWER SHOW WILL BE HELD IN ROTHAMSTED PARK, ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27th, 1902. Entries

HARPENDEN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL FLOWER SHOW WILL BE HELD IN ROTHAMSTED PARK, ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27th, 1902. Entries

close MONDAY, August 18th. Schedule of Prizes can obtained of the Secretary, Mr. J. J. Willis, Carlton Road, Harpenden. THE Band of H.M. 2nd Life Guards, (By permission of Coloxel Sik Acdley Neeld, Bart., C.8., M.V.0.) Conductor: MR- CHARLES HALL. DANCING IN AN ILLUMINATED TENT,
August 15, 1902 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
LUTON AND DISTRICT NOTES.

LUTON AND DISTRICT NOTES.

Luton and the Count? Council. Although most of the business transacted at the meeting of the Luton Town Council on Tuesday was mainly of routine description, there was one item which removed the proceedings from the level the common place. This took the form of a very plain expr
June 12, 1914 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
LUTON CLARENCE F.C.

LUTON CLARENCE F.C.

TASK FOR SEASON, THE NEW GROUND. The Luton Clarence F.C. are faced with rather ; big task in the coming season. Not only they had to find new ground, but they also have provide suitable dressing room accomm*. elation, and it io also their wish to erect stand. Tbeir prospects acc
June 12, 1914 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
FOR THE FARMER.

FOR THE FARMER.

HARVESTING TEIFOLTCM. Trifo'.ium is harvested much the same manner red clover. If the weather be wet, it frequentlv is the time cutting, the produce is difficult dry properly. Whether intended for green food hay, the plant should cut when come, into flower, never later. Apart th
June 12, 1914 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England