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VOL. XXIV No.ISITJ Ctrtbs. /Damages anb Peatbs.

VOL. XXIV No.ISITJ Ctrtbs. /Damages anb Peatbs.

30 May 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
WM. M*CLAY

WM. M*CLAY

General Draper, Ooohstom. rxo” xs.
30 May 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
CELERY DISEASE. The Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction (or Ireland has issued a leaflet dealing with “Celery Leaf-Spot Disease

CELERY DISEASE. The Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction (or Ireland has issued a leaflet dealing with “Celery Leaf-Spot Disease

or Blight.” This disease was first observed in' Ireland In 1906, and since that time it has been spreading rapidly and cansing serious losses to growers. In Its early stages the disease is frequently overlooked neglected, and it is often not until well la the season, when its ra
30 May 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
SEEDS SEEDS. SEEDS.

SEEDS SEEDS. SEEDS.

IMPORTANT TO FARMEBS. t*- NOW IS THS TINE TO OECIOE WHERE TO BUY YOUR SEEDS We are offering Special Value to Casta Buyers in the following DUTCH FLAX SEED-rB *s ‘*~ BEST IIABKB ONLY STOCKED. Irish Italian. French Italian. Scotch Perennial. Irish Perennial. And all kinds CLOVERS*
30 May 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Baokache in the evening and backache in the morning. The same pains, the same worry,

Baokache in the evening and backache in the morning. The same pains, the same worry,

How many people suffer constantly from lame, aching backs, and don't know why ? Backache is kidney-ache in most eases. The kidneys (located in the small of the back) ache and throb with dull pain, because there is a congestion or inflammation within. Yon can't get rid that acbe
30 May 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 

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IMPORTANT.

IMPORTANT.

HAVE ON HAND A NUMBER OF GOOD SECOND-HAND
30 May 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
LIHKIHG CEMTDRIIB. Talks of tho v » » i.

LIHKIHG CEMTDRIIB. Talks of tho v » » i.

30 May 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
VOLUNTBBRB

VOLUNTBBRB

WHY HAVE BUSYY BIiJLB ?-M«ke the liiKhe.l pon-ible score, by otioß oar celeb)sted ClesuinK Ontfl's. Bnst PrereuUr, Oil. Ao Usaher, Msonlicker. 8011. sod Minis ii*** Arumaoiiion. •irtl and Quick Firing « f -ll kind- Oou sod fle ESfWtN n It-'jsl Avenue, Belf*«» K-vi* Magheratalt P
30 May 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Yolonteera at Portstewart.

Yolonteera at Portstewart.

Yolonteera Portstewart. Captain H. B. Bruce, commanding the 3rd Battalion North Derry Kegiment, accompanied by Captain H. A. Gaussen, staff officer, Derry County Division, inspected O (Portstewart and Bnrnside) Company on the Portstewart strand, Saturday evening. The company was
30 May 1914 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
MOAN.

MOAN.

(Second anniversary) —ln loving memory of my dear wife Rachel, who died January. 1937. her soul, sweet Jesus, have mercy. Ever remembered her husband, sons, daughters and grand-children. Stewartstovn and Coalisland. 9BLLB. In load memory of my dear daughter and our loving sister
07 January 1939 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland