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SOUTHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PICTORIAL. August 21, 1912.
MORRISON'S "66."
R The only Remedy that has made hundreds of wonderful cures in all kinds of : obstinate ailments.
Ever) man and woman who suffers, no matter from what ailment, should for their own Rood try this wonderful Remedy, especially those who have proved their cases to be-obstinate and incurable by all other methods.
Morrison's " 66 " has already brought the blessing of active life to hundreds, nay i ;thousands, who have spent hundreds of pounds in trying to get a cure, and were on the point of despair when this newiy-discovered remedy freed them from every trace of Rheu-; matisin, rid them of torture, made their joints free and restored them to vigorous health.
Morrison's "66 " has an innumerable record of wonderful cures of cases where the disease was of 30 and even 40 years' standing.
One trial packet of Morrison's " 66 " (price 2/9) is enough to convince any sufferer that this new treatment is really a genuine and positive cure at last, and a remedy which is worth the confidence of those who have vainly spent time, money, and patience in trying other things.
If you have any form of Rheumatism, if you arc k-pnny^ubjeet, :f you suffer from ■t Sciatica, Lumbago, or any Uric Acid ailments whatever, if you feel depressed, low .spirted, no ambition, irritable, sleepless, tired, indifferent, and lack of energy. If your blood is out of order, causing you Rashes. Piles. Boils, Itch, Varicose Veins, or Ulcers, etc., etc. If your heart is weak or palpitates, tightness in the chest, difficulty in breathing. If your food disagrees with you. Bilious, Retching, Vomiting, etc., do - not delay but put Morrison's " 66 " to the test in your own case and satisfy yourself that this wonderful Remedy has the power to do the same good in your own.casc as it has in all these others.
Hours:—10 a.m. till 8 p.m. Telephone:—Southampton 1552. Telegraphic Address:—" REMEDIES," Southampton.
Eldridge Pope & Co.,
LIMITED
Porchesfer Brewery.
Crystal Ale
and
iOatMalt Stout
1/- per Gallon in Small Casks.
2/3 per Doz. Pint Bottles.
O.H.B.
The Cream of » »
SCOTCH WHISKY
#-/ — BOTTLE.
78, Southampton Road, Eastleigh,
Middle Street, The Avenue,
143, ABOVE BAR, SOUTHAMPTON.
WELL DONE.
"I want jou to clean taj ah op window,- a&id Mr. Bint, to Muggin*. the villa** champion window-clcAiitr. "Do you think you can do it • " I'm away for an hour or aof" "Oh, yea; _ to do it," returned Muggina. And while Binka waa out he set to work with a will completed the job with a tengotaoo. gmid Mr. Binka, entering the ahop i at the cleaner" # work with ap-
___. ^yotfve done the %job well. Why, there
it a mxxk or a mcratch to be seen on the whole ttaoe. Here's your money and an extra ahilling." TB glad you're aatWkd with it," murmured Moggies, pocketing the money eomewbat serrooaly. Ot courae I am. Why, I can hardly
THINKING OF THE WAITERS. Ike patron was angry, but the proprietor of the restaurant waa calm, and not the least perturbed. "1 aay," a&id the patrcn "you have some deuoedly unmannerly people who coma hare, or olae they're not need to drema suits." fWhat'a the matter nowP" aaked the pco-wietor. Tre jnat boon taken for a waiter for the third time this evening, and I don't like K "NeiUier do I," returned the proprietor Bromptiy, "and, furthermore, I won't We it, it will ruin the place." "Of courae it Too can't expect your pairona to mtand any
__ inaulU aa that." "Patron* oothing! The
■waiter* wont stand ik'
TALKING OP TEE LAW OOUBTS. At a dinner given recently in his honour, not excel I cat etoriea were told of the wit of a leading member of the Paria Bar. One day, in
itinoyed at this, he banged on the table suddenly, and aa the three judgea started back to consciousness he went on calmly: "Aa I told too yesterday at about this time—" For » aecona or two, before laughter broke out in the court, the judges stared at each other, wondering whether they had really been aalocp for twenty-four hours! The cream of his witticisms, however, was his reply to an impatient judge, who aaked him to out short hia speech for the defence. Counsel bowed gravely, and pointed first to himself, then tq the judge, and then to the pri-right. You kind ^udge. He
innooent." Then he aat down.
PAEBAGHG PROM THE POET6. If I have faltered more or ices In my great task of happiness; If I have moved among my race And shown 00 glorious morning face; If beams from nappy human eyes Have moved me not; if morning skies. Books, and mj food, and summer rain Knocked on my sullen heart in vain:— Lord, thy most pointed pleasure take .
And stab my spirit broad awake; Or, Lord, if too obdurate I.
Choose iSou, before that spint die,
A piercing pain, a killing sin,
Ana to my dead heart run them in!
—B. L. Stevenson.
Tel. 491. Telegrams "RELIANCE."
Why not send your Motor Car _ Motor Cycle or _
Cycle to us for repairs ?
It will pay you.
Estimates for any
No o the Address—
RELIANCE WORKS Co., Ltd.,
TRAM TERMINUS, SOUTHAMPTON.
ueneral
Engineering
Plating or
Enamelling.
MOTORS FOR HIRE
PRIVATE OR TAXI.
'PHONE
'PHONE
461.
F. A. HENDY & Co., Ltd.,
MOTOR ENGINEERS.
10/11, East Street, and York Buildings, Southampton.
ISLE OF WIGHT CENTRAL RAILWAY.
THE QARPEH ISLE
for
HEALTH
and
PLEASURE.
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CHEAP EXCURSIONS from Southampton (Royal Pier) DAILY to Sandown, Ventnor Town, Freshwater (for Totland Bay), Yarmouth, Newport (for Carisbrookc Castle), via COWES, the Direct Route.
For the convenience of Tourists the Isle of Wight Central Railway Company issue WEEKLY SEASON TICKETS, entitling holders td UNLIMITED JOURNEYS over 40 MILES of RAILWAY by any train—
1st Class 2nd Class (
XO 7/6., X
THE Ideal Holiday Ticket.
Passenger Fares at Id. per mile charged between all local stations daily after io a.m., and all day on Sundays.
For fjll particulars of train service, and local excursion facilities, apply to— RUSSELL WILLMOTT, '
Secretary and General Manager.
NEW PORT STATION,
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