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The Twofold Benefit of "\7IROLAX is both a nutrient that raises the tone of the system and a laxative that

The Twofold Benefit of "\7IROLAX is both a nutrient that raises the tone of the system and a laxative that

cleanses and relieves. It combines the unsurpassed nutritive properties of Virol with the lubricating qualities of Liquid Paraffin. Vfrolax, the " nutrient laxative,' is superior to all "Aperients." Without drugs, it cleanses the system poisons, and the same time it strengthens
28 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
$&^ssg- r V'f (• I'.' ~I nari years V'l'; f. 1 Vest ,' Analyst in & »fc d «y. sp.

$&^ssg- r V'f (• I'.' ~I nari years V'l'; f. 1 Vest ,' Analyst in & »fc d «y. sp.

; SS ?, Lorn in i 7 4 Ewen C!i.'on '1 educated ,®r nse y and k, K w nt distinguished : bodies: Viii'ic In s h °, Q J®' Associa}h • U Health ; '5' ! ut r Branch V jr^ation; Irish ,
28 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AN INCREASE OF OUTPUT.

AN INCREASE OF OUTPUT.

How It 1$ Being Attained. An interesting experiment and one capable wider application -is being carried out by the Underground Railway Companies in London in connection with an application received from one section of the employees for increased remuneration. The members of the
28 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RAILWAY WORKERS' HOURS.

RAILWAY WORKERS' HOURS.

. Determined to Stand to National Agreement. meeting of members in Glasgow of the National Union of Railwaymen was held, at which the question of hours of employment and the interpretation put upon certain clauses of the agreement drawn up between the Scottish Railway Companies
28 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GUM TENDERNESS —A TOOTH-MENACE It is true that four out of five people over forty suffer from gum-shrinkage, or Pyorrhoea.

GUM TENDERNESS —A TOOTH-MENACE It is true that four out of five people over forty suffer from gum-shrinkage, or Pyorrhoea.

But many people even under thirty have Pyorrhoea. Women, particularly after the baby comes, are peculiarly subject to Pyorrhoea. At such time they cannot be too careful about their teeth. Pyorrhoea commences with tender gums, or with gum-bleeding, at toothbrush time. Gradually t
28 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
IlllilililillllllllliliiiiliiJj m DUNDEE = The Sale Season Ends This Week And each day will be devoted to setting up and

IlllilililillllllllliliiiiliiJj m DUNDEE = The Sale Season Ends This Week And each day will be devoted to setting up and

selling out all singles and remainders of goods which the period has created. COSTUMES FOR extra OVERSIZE FIGURES. Little lot Costumes in sizes suitable for extra oversize figures. Smart, fashionable EE styles, vvith plain and belted Coats and straight Skirts. In EE Herringbone
28 February 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RO HIGH ST., EXETER. In selecting a Suit, i 3 of the first importance that fabric should be pure wool,

RO HIGH ST., EXETER. In selecting a Suit, i 3 of the first importance that fabric should be pure wool,

and, better still, of fine grade, otherwise the pressing and shrinking which formerly were called the Mystery of Tailoring, and on which the hang and style of the garment depend, cannot"be effected, and after few days' wear the figure, instead being dressed or even clothed, is b
28 February 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SHIPYARD JOINERS' STRIKE.

SHIPYARD JOINERS' STRIKE.

G. R. secretary the Aberdeen Shipyard Joiners' Union, returned the Saturday from Manchester, where attended a conference the shipyard joiners' strike. Tho conference was the opinion that the strike should be continued, although the men bad already been out for weeks. It was repo
28 February 1921 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OUR CHRISTIAN RELIGION.

OUR CHRISTIAN RELIGION.

PROFESSOR FULTON AND THE TRUE IDEAL. A meeting the Central (Y.M.C.A.) Brotherhood was held yesterday afternoon, when the speaker was the Rev. Professor Fulton, who took the place of Professor Baird, who was unable attend through slight Mr M. H- Sinclair, president, presided over
28 February 1921 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HEAVENS IN MAKCH.

HEAVENS IN MAKCH.

REASONS WHY MERCURY NOT INHABITED. (BY REY. DR WHYTE. F.R.S.E., F.R.A.S., KING SWELLS.) Mercury will at inferior conjunction with the sun on March 2. and will be millions of miles distant from the sun and 59,656,000 miles distant front the earth. the 15th the planet will be stat
28 February 1921 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland