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. tAi Cure nheumatle Pains, Atst
,tWJ.T.iH Bvttem Builder.
" , tho loliowinjr, nnu ran
rf M 4 nnl havo Ihcio In.
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1 1 IkniM frnm
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UD . --.t nun nunpn Torli
Add these to a half flat ol
KriYtaff wM.-ker. snd use n table
tr,t! . , ,r' to each meal and at bed
J , n-.. Thlt ilmpl remedy
... of hr moil cffectlvo known
L nation will bo felt
H, ant few J0"8,
J, MATTER OF GEOGRAPHY.
otlv 1 OflO foot
,bcte the kvel of the tea."
' l.V afnan'l bit.
ECZEMA COVERED HIM.
HcKIno Torture Wat Beyond Wordr.
,ann". .. . eh... rhaualnn
Slept umy ww"
-Believed In 24 Hourt and
Cured by Cutleura In Month.
.rrrniv jcvrn years old. and
oat yean sro I was taken with oc
tet frcni bead to foot. I wa sick
(or i!x r. .'h and what I suffered
ttpi fwutd not tell. I could not
riwp day r night becauto of that
t-uJfut lUr'nic, whtn I did tleep It
m frca theer exhauttlon. I was
e: cats of rrltallon; It wa crcn In
tj tci' Tho doctor' medicine
iftctd l t aVo rao worto and I ot
itoMt c-A if my mind. I Rot a
itUI ti C'lcu-a Soap. Ointment and
Huclus I ed them pcralalcntly
ftwe-'y ft-r hourt. That night I
irt !la i-n I'fant. tho flrtt solid
.i.vt' . r T hid had for six taonlh.
Ii t nra h i was cured. W. Harrison
faith, M' h 5 o. N. Y, Feb. 3, 1908."
Nw bnt a CUa. Corp, Bute I'rvpc, Uwtco.
One Wit Cnough for Johnny.
Tt S z'sr school lessen wat from
Hit i r twitch teaenca tnat II
fva trc'hor e'rlko you on one cheek.
rooitc-.J -.u (hp other alio and en
dire etca f.r aeventy time tcven.
Jchinr t-'l listeued to hU toncher
rrrr iueu iirir vuijo iud irttiiiuuitvu
till fact, ccd after the leeton tho au
perlttrsdcnt roo to make a few re-
W'o LcTi,' ho tald. "bow many
teeicrr,-' tr-ciher boy to atrlke xou
before jn bit blra bnck?"
Jiat at-3-t onco!" promptly an-
xred J.hnnr Delineator.
Sing S.ng to Do flemoved.
Sl:i S ;c j ruon la to be remored
ictmi tva Huilaon river IS or 20
cite c.,-1' &rd, Juit elsht mile
mth ct Ut-.t 1'olot, where a lareo
tract cf la-J bat been purcbaaed and
itutc! iccral hundred convlcta
tu tc a 'k nc for two year.
Ttefr. -fn'. prison was alao built by
rat, 'i ,a 1 with material found
tie r -r3s, but, nlthougu It baa
U et ig J every few ycari, and la
tow c;- d the larectt pcnltcntlarlea
b tie ;r.J It li not Urge enough.
She Could Not.
W h ess v.ave of my wand." nay
tie fairy, I can mako you grow young
"Eir;:e rr.e" renllcd tho woman.
tii fic-,.n." cur kind offer. If you
aa trbg y. .'U to rao at my preacnt
" aip WUt. a I'VlllllCtI IViUlU
' travel lack through pyrography,
nnt iT.gd of brldgo. Uio habit
xi. tbe t'ralcht front, halloon
-I -. uu flV.fc IU9 IHUI
' cb rcmc L.ler
SOME HARD KNOCKS
Woman Ceti Rid of "Coffee Heart.
"e Injurious action of Coffee, on tha
'f Pkjtlclant to bo cauted bv caf
'(be. TLl. iu n, .. v.
A Woman tllfrornl n Inne lima mlth
' htart troublo and finally her
iom ncr tno mutt giro up cof
. i that waa tho principal cauao
the troutla or,-
llr heart . n ....... t, u ....i i .
t ork properly. My huaband
ooll tomcMmcs havo to carry mo
De,cr breathe again.
Tit doctor told mo that coffeo wi
8thetkneisof myhcart, 1
I BU-t .In.. It ..... . .
emu . . uul 11 "cemca t
ri.01.0 11 u" "tll I wat down
W. . "y ""'band brought
u? .t.?". 1,e:lura nnJ 1 lult coffee
icb. . 1 uo not "avo any nead
r"'' 0r the n innlt. lk ....L
. rk o know it u in.i.,.n ,t,n
mat The Dr tald tho othor dav.
KW ar.. . gbl you would 110 what
ul?w ""."i 10 W0Gh 92 Pound
i !T'Ja has ilono imiftK .
' u ,1 1 " back to coffee again
liluluY1' for 1 Relievo It would
U eii ti, . pl at t'oatum mutt
.i. "1 crcordlnu to direction!
in.,..' Xh'n It has n rich navour
Th .,..... ... ...
'tt. Th" enviue, iouna
:, ,. v caeon."
mmm. '"r H nuifi uiUtii a
nt. ' ,rU, full Qt kUWK
DRIVE8 ALL FROM REMAINS OP
MASTER WHO SAVES HIS
SURRENDERS ONLY TO DEATH
Animal, Permlttlna Not Even Mem
tera of Family to Go to Bed
aide, It Chloroformed, Dy
ing Betide Friend.
Cletclund, (WLoyal unto death."
would bo an npprourlato Inacrlntloi
for tho hendatono over tho gravo ol
Cnplnln, a full blooded Irlth tetter,
were be to bo given the aepulchui
ho deterred, And were John Murphy
hit matter, allvo today, douUlcae II
would bo u. For tho dog gnvo up lilt
life Jcaloualy guarding hU mattcr'i
Fifteen yeara ago Mr. Murphy
picked up on the ttrect and carried
honitt a half ttnrrcd, ahlvetlng puppy
Tbe two beenmo Inaonarablo and
when Mr. Murphy beenmo 111 tho dog
Intlttod upon sleeping In hit room at
nlglit. When hit matter died tho dog
teemed to know Inatlnctlvcly. The
animal' grief wna pitiable. When
niembcra of tho family (ought to take
Mlin from the room tho dog sprang
upon tho bed, crouched bealdo the
body, and fiercely refuaed to permit
any ono to approach.
When the undertaker arrived to
take charao of the body th dog nt
tncked him viciously and droro him
quickly from tho room. Then Captain
returned to hla vigil on tho bed, growl
Ing tavagely when any ono approached
Mcmbera of tho family, whom the
dog had known for years, were per
mlttcd to enter tho room, but not to
approach tho bed. A atop In thnt dl
rectlon wat a algnal for Captain to
rlc In angry menace.
Kor an hour tho relatives of the
dead man sought to pacify tho dog
and Induco him to leavo tho bed.
Kvery effort met with failure. Jntl
aa often a ono nearcd tho body the
animal would rlae and prepnro tc
aprlng upon him. One after anothci
they tried without avail to make
friend with tho animal, and finally
all gave It up.
Some ono remembered after a time
that John Donahue, a close friend ol
tho dead man, had also been a favor
Ite of Captain . Donahuo was sum'
moned. Captain remembered Don'
ahtie and welcomed him, though
charily. When ho went up to the
The Dog Sprang Upon the Bed
Crouched Betide the Body.
!m,!ti! Cnntaln nuahed a cold mux
tlo against his dead matter's colder
fnco and whined miserably. Dut, at
tho suggestion of Donahue's disturb-
Inir Ihn bodr tlin bristles roto along
his back and tho ominous growl re
Donahuo retired for a conference
with the family. "It will ho hard to
An it" tin ftnld. and tbcro was a sus
picious quaver In III voice, "but that
dog will novcr bo tnKcn rrom iuo oaa
alive," Somo ono hurried to a near
.inn. atnrn nnd nrocured a bottle
of chloroform. Donahuo saturated a
sponge and went back to captain ana
his dend. A few momenta later the
dog was carried out uuconsclous. Its
did not revive.
Raved bv His Horto,
8cbcc, Mo. Dragged safely across
it, Rxiio river br his hurso as ho
gripped tlo reins with ono hnnd, while
hi. nirn wn swent down tho stream
before hit oyet to her death, was the
experience of Bnmuoi cates, an ngeu
llnrnard farmer. Tho couplo wero
river In order that they
might reach Dover fair grounds before
Iho crowds began to arrive, wnuii wie
.ntr of tho river, swollen by the
lifting of n coffer dam gate nboTO,
swept .them from their seat. Mrs.
Cates' body was quumy recovereu
but life could not bo rectuiea.
r - .1 TlHil WlVll.
TTjo great tidal waves observed at
Marseilles, lranco, Juno IB, 1909, an-
. .....A I.Ann rnn.n,t liv till. Hn.
pear 10 uum ww.. - --
usually high olectrlo chargo of the
..!. n 1.HAau In tinf
atmoapiicro which '"
existed during tho period of tho onrth
quakes which dovasted tho south ol
Franco. Tho powerful attraction ex
erted on tho tmrfaco of tho earth bj
this ejeclrlo chargo caused earth
quakes op land and tidal waves In the
A LITTLE GOLD.
He caught a iltUe cH
That was all.
Bo tho neighbor tadly said,
A they gathered round his bed,
When they heard that he wa dead.
Ho caught a llltlo cold
That was all. (Puck.)
Neeleet of a couch or cold often
lead to serious troublo. To break up
a cold In twonty-four hour and cure
any cough thnt Is curablo mix two
ounces of Glycerine, a half-ounco of
virgin Oil of rlno compound pure nnu
olcht ounces of nuro Whltky. Take a
tcaspoonful every four hour. You can
buy theto at any good drug ttoro ana
catlly mix them In a largo bottle.
I believe I onco had the plcasuro of
meeting your wife,
"If you consider It a pleasure, It
was not she.
NEW 8TRENGTH FOR WOMEN'S
How to Make a Dad Back Botttr.
Women who suffer with backache.
bearing down pains, dizzy spoils and
that constant feeling
of dullness and tired'
nets, will find hope
in tho advice of Mrs.
Mary Hlnson of 21
Strothcr St, Mt
Sterling, Ky. "Had
I not used Doan'
Kidney Pills. I be-
llcvo I would not bo living today," say
Mrs. Hlnson. "My eyesight was poor.
I suffered with nervous, splitting head'
aches, spots would danco beforo my
eyes nnd at times I would bo so dizzy
would have to grasp something for
support. My back was so weak and
painful I eould hardly bend over to hut-
ton my shoes and could not get around
without suffering soverely. Doan s Kid'
ney Pills helped mo from tho first, and
I continued until practically well
Itemembcr the name Doan'a. Sold
by all dealers. 0 cents a box. rotten
Mllburn Co., Duffalo, N. V.
A story comet from a Kentucky
town that Is worth repeating. There
lives tbcro a woman who says that
she bat Immediate communion with
the Almighty, and now and then de
livers to thoso of common clay a mes
sage that she has received from on
high. Tho fact that theso messages
sometimes toko on a very materlalls
tic hub does not alter their effective-
nets. In her opinion.
Ono day aho wont Into tho office of
a well known attorney and approached
htm solemnly na ono about to reveal an
"Tho Lortl sent mo to you for $25,'
Tbe attorney looked up and smiled
"That must bo a mlatakc." ho ro-
plled, blandly, "becauso the Lord
knows I havo not got It."
Celestial communication was there
upon brokon off.
Wt off On llundmS PoC&r Upward tor art
m of CaUnb Ul cAnnot t ciuxU br 1UU1
auriB Cur. . rt
tf. f h tmdntrol. hr lnoft P. J. Ctar&tr
CrtbM W kUl DtWIMM liTUUsuuonaj auiu jmamian
tX to carrr out nr cDiiraiiona mo or uh
W holrul DnittUta ToMo. O.
TTartu rvlrrH Pur is tAlVMa lnU-rTLtilr. VCttDaT
Hrrctir upon lb tkM and mucotjj aurrkcrt of U
num. TrctlmoAlmts Mi Xrto. II wflU pot
torn. Pout br til Druaruu.
TAM ll&U S ttuaur rum for nwupfcw.
Brought Their Relatione.
Small Nettle, teeing somo large In
sects on tho back porch, asked what
they woro, and was told that they were
ants. Tho next morning she discov
ered a number of small ants among
tbe largo ones, and exclaimed: "Oh.
mamma, tho aunts havo brlnged their
llttlp nieces with them today!"
is s u ttuNUra frit rnll
Srcn. used by Mother Clray, a nurse In
Children's Home. New York, cure Bum-
Btomach TrouUlen, Tcellilnp Disorder nnd
lcsiroy orm. . f'
Sample mailed KUKU-. Address Allen &
He that does a baso thing In zeal
for his friend burns tho golden thread
that tics their hearts together.
lOVTNi:OI.V.CTTllATCOl'niI , ,
Ii fwrtjiiulr rocki luur fey-.tru and sua run Into
Uqiu-ilu4 jH-nuancnilr, 'urilatall4tuslH.
Many a man suspects bis neighbor
as ho suspects himself.
Mrs. Wlnilow's Hoatlilna; Rrnn.
for tWldrta teetblnrf. suMtni Iha aura., jeduf to
fl nam.Uou, allaipaln.cl--lln4 QjUu. tJckUitU.
The spirits fall to materialize at a
iw n.KW'a lie aunt Vllrta rrf state iwl IntUt
orale aimuach, Hr ana Uiw.li. (-ugr-MUO.
Onj7iriiula, ai; toUin. IxtbuWly.
Often tho milk of human kindness
tastes of tho can,
KNEW THE WAYS OF WOfrlEN
Mean Trick of Ballantlne That Prob
ably Made Much Trouble for ill
Capt J. P. Chnso of Veteran City,
11a., was in Washington last month
to register hit forty-seventh airship
patent Capt. Chaso Is beat known
as tho inventor of the hoop-skirt.
Dltcutelng tho hoon-sklrts remark-
ablo success, Capt. Chaso said to a
'Tho success was duo to tho
skirt's strangeness. Women Ilko
strange things. Dy catering to wom
en, by studying their tatto a man can
twist tlipm around his finger.'
Tho veteran officer smiled.
"Dallantlnc," ho said, "came in
lato to a tong recital In Palm Deach,
and there wasn't a vacant teat In the
'Iiallantlno noticed Mrs. Jcromo
Tllank. Mrs. Jerome Dlank, ho knew,
had a very handsomo husband that
sho kept strict watch over sho didn't
liko him to attoclato with any of tbe
"Iiallantlno, edging near to Mrs.
Wank, who had an oxccllent scat, said
In a loud volco to a friend:
'Who was that uncommonly pretty
girl I saw Jcromo Dlank talking to on
In about four seconds Mrs. Dlank
was gone, and Iiallantlno waa seated
comfortably In her chair."
As to the Hestlan Fly.
The Hcaalan fly It a Herman product
which was conceived In iniquity and
born In sauerkraut It It a long, rangy
fly with a blto like a steel trap, and It
lays a palo blue, oblong egg at the
rate of 30,000 an hour. The Hessian
fly will cat anything from decayed
custard plo to a glass Inkwell, but Its
favorite dlah Is tho double neck of a
fat gent This bird can perform a
two-step on sticky fly-paper without
crooking Its toes, and Is proof against
rough on rats, the daisy fly killer, and
a strychnine hypodermic No Hessian
fly was over known to dlo of anything
but old age, which accounts for the
color of Its whiskers. It It ever fat
tens upon your Jowl, It will stay until
removed by the undertaker. Man-
cheater (la.) Press.
Lost In Antiquity.
A little fellow who had just felt tho
bard side of the slipper turned to
bis mother for consolation.
"Mother." ho asked, "did grandpa
thrash father when he was a little
"Yes," answered his mother, lm
"And did his father thrash him
when he was Uttlol"
"And did his father thrash hlmr
. "Well, who started this thing, any
-way" Caseell's Saturday Journal.
Relics of the Stone Age.
During excavations conducted near
Willendorf, on tho Danube, by the pre
historic section of tho Austrian Natur
al History museum, a chalk flgurino,
11 centimeters high, has been discov
ered in a stratum containing Instru
ments nnd weapons characteristic of
tho stone age. The flgurino shows
traces of having been painted and rep
resents a female figure, with remark
sblo precision of artlstlo execution.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOIII A. n saf o and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It
In Use For Over .'10 Years.
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought
"Just think of it! Ono person in
every 37 in Knglnnd Is a pauper!"
"Why, John," sho returned, "It Isn't
so. I met moro than 37 peoeple In
I)ndon last summer, and thcro wasn't
a pauper In tho lot I"
Take a hint, do your own mixing. Rough
on ltats, being til poison, ono lie box will
iprt-ad or male CO to 100 little cakes that
will kill 500 or more rats and mice. It'a
the unbeatable exterminator. Don't die in
the house, lleware of imitations, substi
tutes and catch-penuy rtady-for-use de
Wlgg Scribbler's stories all have
Wagg Yes, they generally find their
way Into tho wastebasket Philadelphia-Record.
For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne.
The tx-st remedy for Qrlpp and Colds Is
Hicks' Capudlne. Relieves the nrlilnij nnd
fiverlsltnes. Cure the cold Headaches
also. It's Uquld-KfTrcts Immediately 10,
ZS and Wc at Drue Uteres.
Some peoplo's cast-on happiness,
Ilko their cost-off clothes, would make
some other people very happy.
Strong Winds and Sand Storms
cause granulation of tbe eyelids. POTTirS
KYKSALVB soothes and quickly relieve.
All druggibts or Howard Uros., liullalo, X. Y,
The surest proof of being endowed
with noblo qualities Is to bo freo from
envy. La llochefoucault
If a man Is a liar it Is usoless to
tell him so. He know it all tho time.
runny n.tvw l'AiNKii.i.Kit
has no aubullutv. ho Btbrr remMflswraveUTe
tor thcnmatlim, lumlMKu, allncaa, D.uruUla or
imIJ ol an 7 wrt. IhiluplnZM iJ a4 MM WiUes.
A cynlo Is a person who makes a
specialty of tolling tho truth.
BsKause of thoso ugly, grUily, gray halra. U "LA
from TOmnn'a nllmcnta nro Invited to -wrlto to tho names antt
addresses hero given, for riosltlvo proof tliat Lydla E. J'inMiara'g
Vcgetablo cbmpottnd 1och euro femalo Ills.
Chicago, Ill.Mri. Altena Bxrllss, 11 Luag-
Mndley, Iml.-Mn. May Try.
Klmler. Kim.-ltrs. Wolla Olfford Deiman.
Keott, N.Y.-Mrs. 8. J. Ilartwr.
(Jornwnllrllle, N.Y.-n. Wm. nnTtSiitKrf.'
llllwauk,ri;.-Mn. Unmk IuiM, tii lit
(Ihansenf I.lfe. , u
Sooth nn1, Ind.-Mis. rtsd Certla, lOlt 8.
hosti, Knntarky. Mrs. tittle llollan.l.
JJrunkfleld, Mo.-Mra. Borah tunslgiiont, SOT
8. Market 81.
rittrv)-j, N,l,-M. Wm. Somerrllla, 133
KJIvtolrl.la, Pa. Mr. It T- Oarrett, 5107
North Unmet Htret.
Kawukum, WU.-Un. Carl Ihthlke.
Woreeater, llai. Mri. Doijlra Cots, 117
Indiana palls, Ind. .Mrs. A. r. Anderson, 1337
R. l'ratt Htrett.
nig llun, l'a. Mr. W. It Tooler,
Atvater fitatlon, O. Mr. Anton Mnethanpt.
Clnrlnnatl, Ohlo.-SIn. K. 11. Madducki, S13
Moji.lor., Ohio Mn. hen staneen, Ilol 131.
lXwlttTlll, N.Y.-Mrt. A. A. (Ille.
Johmtown.N. Y. Sin. Homer N.Beaman, IDS
r. .Main Street.
Eurtontleir, HL-ltra. peter Lftngcnbatin.
ITampitead, MA-Mn. Jos. II. Dandy.
Adrian, Ua. Lena V. Ilenrr, lUiute No. 3.
Indianapolis, In l.-Uoa.la V. Tlper.a) South
r5nlTlllo,KT. lira. Samt,3SSIFonrth St.
Booth West Harbor, JIln. Mrs. UllUn
Itobtlm, Mt, llAMrl I.tRtit Btatlnn.
Detroit. Mich. -Mrs. rrloda Sosenaa, Ul
MtUnua Arenae, Otrmaiu
Mottsr.Hli.-Mn. Miry Hall.
IJgonler, Ind. Mrs. Klfta Wonl.lLF.n.Kn.a.
Melbonrnn, Iowa. Mrs. Clara Watermann,
narditOTn, Kt. Mr. Joaeph Halt.
lwliton, Maine. Mrs. Henry Clontler, K
Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. John O. Moldln,
Zlta Soeond Street, N.
(Shamrock, Mo. Joale UXm, R.F.D. Ko. It
Horlton, KJ. Mrs. Geo. Jordy, EontaNo.,
Chester. Ark. Mrs. EUa Wnod.
Ocllla, Oa.-Mr. T. A. Urlbb.
1'endleton, In.l.-Mra. May Marh11,Tt.it41.
Cambridge, Neb.-Mra. Nellie M inlander.
Theso women aro only a few of thousands of living witnesses of
tho power of Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound to euro femak
diseases. Not ono of these women over received compensation in ant
form for tho uso of their names in this advertisement but are will
ing, that wo should refer to thorn becauso of tho good they mar
do othor suffering women to provo .that Lydia E. Pinkham'i
Vcgetablo Compound is a rcliablo and honest medicine, and that tba
statements made in our advertisements regarding its merit aro tho
truui ana nouung duc tno truui.
tIsIB aslolalaH MT laffjlV
' As we get older the blood becomes sluggish, the mus
cles and joints stiffen and aches and pains take hold
easier. Sloan's Liniment quickens the blood, limbers
up the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache
with astonishing promptness.
Proof that it is Best for Rheumatism.
Mrs. Daniel H. Dieiil, of Mann's Choice. R.F.D..-K0. 1. Pa., write'
" Please tend me a bottle of Sloan't
t- .L t . 1 . 1 .
xi is toe uesi icracuy 1 ever Knew iot i can 1 uo wimoui u, :. Jj---
Also for Stiff Joints. - W
Mr. Milton Wheelek, 2100 Morris Ave., Birmingham, Abu, write 1
' I am glad to say that Sloan's Liniment has done me more good for atisf
Joints than anything I hire ever tried."
is the qickest and best remedy for Rheuma
tism, Sciatica, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises
and Insect Stings.
Price 25c, COc., and $1.00 at All Dealers.
Send for bloan't Free llook an Horses. Address
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
GRKOLE" HAIR IUSTORKR. PRICE, SI.CO, retail.
noahee,A1a.-Mra.W. T. Dallon, TtosteM..
Clileaso, lll.-Mri. Wm.Tullr.vysOsd.nAT.
Virr l aw, jiicii. Jir. rjnma ifraper.
yinihlnff, MlcU.-Mrs. Hurt !yd, B.T.S.
Na S ; care o( I . A. Sanborn,
CoffreTllle, MlM.-M r. K. J, Jones.
Cincinnati, Ohlo.-Mn. Jlora Ahr, l3C3Erst)
Oer.land. Ohio -MIm IJxile SUlfer, test
Ii;erafm.-7,Tenn.-Mr. Lno Milliard, 1U1.L
llsyfleld, VSL-Mrs. Mayme Wlndla.
It.rrln, Ill -Mrs. Chaa. Koliet. ,
Winchester, Ind.-,Mrs. May Heat,
Drer, Ind.-Mrj.Wm. nberloh, II. F.T. Wa.1V
Baltimore, Md. Mrs. W. 0. Ford, VU Lao.
Clark, 1 ile, MoaMlsa Anna Wallae.
(lujiilllo, Ohlo.-Hrs. nl.i Michael, n.F.TJJb
Uijton, Ohio. Jlr. Icta Mala, Hoi 2?, Ka--j
llonal MUltary Home. . 9
tshanon, l'a.-Mrs. Horry I lUttle, 333 LatV
Sikes,Tenn. Mlnnlollall. , I
Hetrolt,Mlcn. Mn.LooUo JttnjJJChastBa',
B'- OTurlnn Tronhle.
Vlneennes. Inl. tlrs. Sjl. H. Jaraold, 6M X.
Oardiner, Malne.-Mrs. B. A. Williams, K. K,
II. No. lit Hoi 39.
rhllade)phla, l'a.-Mrs. Cbas. Iloell, 9407 X.
riatuburg, MIts.-MlssVernaVrilkts,B.FJ X.
WlUlmantlc, Conu. Mrs. Ktu Donoran, Ba
Wondilde, I,tho.Mrs. IUeliel .Tohnicm.
llocklarHl, Maine.-Mrs. W1U Toons, 0ok
Hayton, Ohlo.-Mr. 1C Smith, 431 Kim St.
Kile, ra.-Mrs. J. F. Kndllch, , K. 1. No.T.
Hearer Falls, ro.-Mrs. W. P. Boyd, that
ralrehance,Fa. Mrs.T. A.Hnnham.Iloi 19.
Fort Hunter, ro.-Mrs.Mary Jane Ehatto.
rtl Earl, l'a. Mrs. AncnstasI.yon,K.FJ).t
Vienna, W. Vo. Mra. Jim ma Wheaton.
Oronoo, Mo. Mrs. Mae McKnlght,
Camden, N J.-Mrs. XUlte Waters, K.1 Liber
Joseph, Oregon .Mr. Alice Hoffman.
1'hlUdelphla, l"x Mrs. John Joluuton, Jat
Christiana, Tcnn.-Mrs. Mary Wood, B.7.B.
recos, Texas.-Mrs. Ada Toon. Fjjletton.
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