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A Doctor on Infant Feeding Writing on Infant Feeding. one Doctor says that he has prescribed Benger'sFood for Infanta ever

A Doctor on Infant Feeding Writing on Infant Feeding. one Doctor says that he has prescribed Benger'sFood for Infanta ever

since it was introduced; that was nearly 40 years ago. S coOD. Me grew Foods have so with- stood the test of time, but Benger's Food has spread throughout the world by theme- /dant recommendation of those who have used it and medical men who know its value. Hedger's Food differs
30 September 1921 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
EICCARTON PICTURE LIMITED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section 1* of the (Consolidation) Act, thot a Meeting of the

EICCARTON PICTURE LIMITED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section 1* of the (Consolidation) Act, thot a Meeting of the

Creditor , of the move-named Company will be held at 37 Bank Street, Kilmarnock. on the fth day of OCTOHEK. 1181 at J o'clock in the day of September. 1121. ROBERT RORHISON, Lifpiidator. TRY. BOARD. & It.C.M, For Local Examinations in Music. Patron—His MAJESTY THE 'ONO. Presiden
30 September 1921 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
FOR SALE.-50 Hens, last year's hatchings; 30 Pullets, April hawed; Portable Hen. House Isla in sections (new); 2 Coops by

FOR SALE.-50 Hens, last year's hatchings; 30 Pullets, April hawed; Portable Hen. House Isla in sections (new); 2 Coops by

Miller, Denny; and quantity Wire Netting.—Seilstni, (lice Rank House, Mosselburgh.
30 September 1921 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
TOBACCO MARS I CICABETTES I gv.ry known based at 'mast pawl& prices. Ladle= swats of Tobassosixis* Fame, Ocodil sa i nog ?Mtn.. Mt. Trade aft iesea= Opssi Rs onions a SpraiLlati. !ad Ike Pr pouts or *COLL Lu4..13, P.rsdier Sl. idnnio46

TOBACCO MARS I CICABETTES I gv.ry known based at 'mast pawl& prices. Ladle= swats of Tobassosixis* Fame, Ocodil sa i nog ?Mtn.. Mt. Trade aft iesea= Opssi Rs onions a SpraiLlati. !ad Ike Pr pouts or *COLL Lu4..13, P.rsdier Sl. idnnio46

TOBACCO MARS I CICABETTES I known based at pawl& prices. Ladle= swats of Fame, Ocodil sa i ?Mtn.. Trade Opssi onions a pouts or *COLL Lu4..13, Sl. ..
30 September 1921 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
C. i C. KEARSLEY'S ORICINAL

C. i C. KEARSLEY'S ORICINAL

C. C. KEARSLEY'S ORICINAL CATHERINE KEARSLEY (DEPT. I, ,A • --tie meet deli/loss ever tasted few sissies wit ON PACKET. P.l.g d. "AFTERNOON TEA" CAKE MIETNIE No tans required. Baking -casts and decoration (runs In the packet. Every Grocer sells VIAL SAVE YOUR "TIOTA" WRAPPERS THL
30 September 1921 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 

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Vacant. reward! \'* *<"• w.ords.

Vacant. reward! \'* *<"• w.ords.

30 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WHAT IS FUTURE OF SCOTSCRAIG?

WHAT IS FUTURE OF SCOTSCRAIG?

DUNDEE TOWiN CO'UNCIL PROPOSALS. <4 Sell It As Quickly As You Can." . Dundee Town Council's financial plunges estate ventures are once again full in the limelight. The Councillors were immersed in consideration of the latest phases of the situation yesterday afternoon. The rosy
30 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Sir J. Forbes Robertson, whom Mr Loseby describes as our greatest Hamlet.

Sir J. Forbes Robertson, whom Mr Loseby describes as our greatest Hamlet.

30 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ADVANTAGES OF THE CLAN SYSTEM.

ADVANTAGES OF THE CLAN SYSTEM.

DUKE OF ATHOLL AND CELTIC ELEMENT IN SCOTLAND. How the Celtic element in Scotland had retained its distinctiveness throughout the changing centuries was dealt with in a paper contributed by the Duke of Atholl last night at the opening meeting of the forty-second session of the G
30 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE MUSIC TEACHER DIES IN NEW ZEALAND.

DUNDEE MUSIC TEACHER DIES IN NEW ZEALAND.

A cablegram received yesterday from Auckland. New Zealand, brought the sad news to the members of her family Dundee of the death of Mrs Elizabeth Macdonald who, for many years, was one of the foremost teachers of tlie pianoforte in * Some time ago Mrs Macdonald left Dundee on a
30 September 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland