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Nashville globe, Friday july 27; 1917.
Mrs. Uzzie Mary Kronian of Den
ver, Colo., was called to the city on
amount of fche serious illness of her
sister Adella Marv Mitchell.
ineir fr.icst to dinner Sunday Mrs.
U 0. Rumbrey of Texas ami her sister
Mrs. X. n. Ulster of Palatka. Fla.,
who are in the citv for a few week's
Mr. and Mrs. John Stull are
smiles of a tine girl weighing un
born to them July Stth. liahy"
mother are doing tine.
Mrs. Lottie Phillips James and Mrs.
I.ucy Phillips Stewart anil habies of
St. Louis Mo., are in the citv the
guest of their father. Bishop Phillips.
123 14th Ave X.
Miss Vennie M. Cole, has gone to
Ne-.v York City, for a few weeks stav,
visiting her brother. Mr. Levi Cole.
Mrs. H. 1 Vadtv who has been
visiting relatives ami irifnds or the
city, was the pleasant giet of Mr
nnil Mrs. C. H. Thorne Sundav after
noon. Mrs. Wade has now returned
to her home in St. Louis.
Mrs. Clai-a Hightower Oockett. wife
cf Pr. A. H. llmkett of Quitman, C.a.,
is nciv in the tlty visit ir I'er rar
ents, Mr. ami Mrs. W. T. Hightower.
of 41 Tewis St.
thern instruction as to how to handle j
the finances of the Court anil since 1
they had elected a new Receiver a Ie- j
posit They begun anew in the proper;
way and since that time things have
! moved on very smoothly.
1 received an urgent request to come
to Lebanon to meet Xathaniel Court;
No. SS. as much trouble existed there ;
between the Court and the Deputy. 1 1
went there after leaving Milan. Of all
Pr. and Mrs. Rufus Cheek had as ,ne tingles, gossips and misrepresen
tations you ever heard we round there.
The Peputy for some reason, which 1 '
cannot state, so badly misrepresented 1
the dranil Worthy Counsellor saying
I had ordered her to do things which 1
never heard of ;nd trying to carry on:
her own wishes by misrepresenting
n e. She had up to this time made a
and sl'll,llli'1 deputy and was as 1 thought:
the right woman in the right place. She
v e'H so far as to forge mv name to
letters written by her changing tre
wording of my letters to suit herself.
Hut she got on the wrong track and
should have been charged and turnel
on' of the order. Hut for past re !
cord I reasoned with her and tried to
-how her v herein she was w rong I
left thinking that after this escapade
she would do the right thing. Hut
this was not in her, so it broke out a!
fresh. I sent the Deputy Sister Howell
to visit this Court with the authority!
i suspend this sister from the order.
She was in the arrears for dues etc.,
was notified to pay up. her failure to
do so. she was suspended from the
Court. This Court and Juvenile now
is working in peace and harmony j
have added new members to their
Conn and are now doing well.
i" ' ih,. Kndowmeut and the!
Burial Boards were called to hold their i
quarterly meetings in Memphis. Our
"20,000 Leagues Under the Sea."
Mr. Tom Seay of Bellwood, Tenn., tflt lla 1 heurlded an dmuch pre-
spent rriday and Saturday of las
week in the city as the .guest of Mrs
Callie Allen of Tremoh' avenue.
MRS. CORA E. BURKE. 6. W, C.
DELIVERS ANNUAL MESSAGE.
T (Continued from page 1.)
para ton had been made for our com-
, mg by the various Courts of Memphis 1
Vo nains wo-e spared to make our visit !
pleasant, auto rides, feasts, flowers. ;
ami dinners were in abundance. We
j are indeed grateful to Kt. Ward for1
1 special services of his machine while '
: in their city, to the Pythians of Mem-j
; nhis for flowers anil ti tha nnn.i 1
do, should any of it get lost or mis-'fleers domiciled there, the r.m.,,1 !
placed you can recover. ; Deputy, officers and members of the
For the most part the various offi-, various Courts who made our tav
cers in subordinate Courts are bond- long to be remembered. We were also
ed. yet there are a few who think it present at the institution of the new
just as well that they should not. I Court Miles No. 192 in the suburbs ol
have heard of few instances this year , Memphis. A spread was here fourn'
of money of the Courts being mis- also and the table groaned under its
placed or wrongly handled for the. contents
most part we are learning to transact While'in that section of the state I
our business as it should be transact-; visited Queen of Sheba Court. No. 95
e l. We can not be too particular when ! iit v,.,ti.,..i.- r ,. i,i,.h oi. n:..i.,
it comes to handling the funds of the! wim is W r Horn t fm,i i,.i,i
! se! of menihe-'s imbued with the snirit
I.- :. L aO(iH
i.iiifjto f'lrif fttr in rt"i tmt J iis.l,--
WOMEN, GIRLS, EARN MONEY
MY FIIKK HOOK I ! I.I.S IIIIU
:,i:ai:n to 'gbow bia n
in'l s ruie'n iiti. 1 In urcipu 11 nl
e... lo men w h 10 lmur n d i o 1
1 v. Kllllf t o if i ill) k til t
h b III t 1 compu I on: Ikii I II or to
upend hair h 11 un Iv ivnd Kltiy
.xoiirs irtuilti ir tli:it vt: vouj t-m
cauii t tlu Ihr Nell's me irr
fLOSOHMS GH'JWIR, 50c p-r box
An Se (linn Kiu nev" n l Kxrell-
el: I lit-1 r 1 ciin liy ui II r In r n .
1 i iUiiiik I0..IM.I11 .ie. A"llswiilll
eve ywi'ere, iloit I (lyiij, wilt toda ,
A pt iiny w H do 11.
fLOSO MR GROWER
MME. J. MLSON.
Lt)S0 COLLEGt CO..'-
S. Co rptoi Av ru.
mm::. .1 MiLSON.
InthiT rp do To m of h Sub.nach, Caitan Nemo prepares to fire a tori cdo at his
enemv' ship, Bijou 1 heatre. Frk ay and barn y. Aug.. 3 and 4.
.heir money within a week after the if success has come to us it has been
ileath of a member. This depirtment largely through the efforts ofthem. No
has also been able to keep $2000 on doubt remains as to the entegrity and
lir;sty it their dealings I commend
them to yon.
interest in bank with over ?2(H)( in the
'lie. 'lung department.
.ouri. .,o ac 11 in a misiness lino way
and see to it that officers do their duty,
thus you will save the credit of your
Court and avoid unpleasantness in the
transaction of their business.
I have urged and urged upon our
members the necessity of placing their
money in some bank. Now let me
say again. Put your money in some
good bank I would ask that if there
is a colored bank to make your de
posists there, if there is not. the Courts
money belong in a bank. For the
most part this request has been car
ried out and the money deposited in
I he various hanks. It should only be
drawn out upon the signature of the
three officers designated. No one
should make their home a store house
for the money of the Courts. Your
money should only lie used for the in
di'h'o loess of your Court and to pay
your sick claims. Too often your
money is used for other purposes.
Soon after our last Grand Session
I sent to the various Deputies through
out the Jurisdiction their commissions.
All have not been pleased yet for the
most part they have given full satis
fae.U.n. The deputies have worked
diligon' ly fr the. growth and prosperi
y of the order. They have kept the
..oik up to a high standard of e."i-
l'his indeed is one oficie icy. Kr.courasing the despondent,
in the state. Thev building up the weak place and set-
tUn;: dispu e and ilitliculties with
Jus' ice to all.
Si me of cur people think thai a
deputy has uo rif-ht which they are
rd bound to re pect. Now a Deputy Grand
YVor'hy Counseiior has the same rish's
as a C.raiid Worthy Counsellor in her
tire !CJ Thev shoul 1 be given the
smite cMirte-y and respect. It is the
hi y of ;he !te;".i!y to visit the various
of F. 11. and L
the best Courts
also had a feast and we felt that we
had better be getting toward the hills
of Has: Te.'.tie-see unless we die of
over eating and courtesies.
In January the Kndowmeut H
met in the city of Nashville. After
a very pleasant session we were highly
entertained by the Courts of Nasli
ville hi tlieboau'il'ul and commodious
reception rooms of the A. M. K. Pub-
pains were spared Ccurts ihrou:;hor.t their jurisdiction a.t
win, .1. t .1, 1 1 ween ine ueputy ami some members
With the growth of the order comes nf t)l 0n,rt.nnei. BeftJn them , nt
a growth of the work and a growth. v,e lelt ...,. a ,..,,, viuit
July the 13th found me in the beau-
toful little city of Athens co-mingling
in making our stay a happy one. Tli
Cour. s 1.1' Nashville peel to he com
pliiuentel for the honor done the
Hoard. They shall ahvavs be held in
m v liis'h esteem by your humble ser
vant. Long live the faithful ("alan
ines ot Nashville. Oueen Corrlnn Court 1 t!,.-i mi l ilm-i .ml.l nut mm nnlosa
No. Is" also very pleasantly enter-'sent for. Now in this thev are mis
taipel us with a banquet. ' taken. A deputy has a right to visit
In Feb. 1 was asked to visit Kx-1 any Court or Juvenile at any time she
celsior Court No. 115 of Johnson City, ;sees fit. I have heard of deputies visit
Tenn. Here existed some trouble he-!i;' f'.ris nml tiwv uonl,l not lot hor
j ;.f;en as p.issM.i'c en: atrat'e the wvric.
! -e t'e itsiin j;. e'taniine the hooks of
lite va'ious offices and install the of-
ii 'e! s soMi-aiinuully.
I Some C.uirts think that a deputy
i should ordy visit
NKCriOLOGY IN MEMORIAM.
As I s'and before you today I am
'hi'tki'ig of the dear Calantheans who
''"n c v s'-el the river of Jordan and
I P :ls no more. It is iure
!i"'ii":il 'hit their memories linger
"i h us. lor '-e we"e bleised with
ift'r pe ence las! year. It is sad to
hink of our lovel ones who hive
tore on he'-re us. With tearful eves
-n d n )'e ,r full of sorrow we see what
is le't of them donoF.iiel in their last
res' f it p'a'e to heir 'he d'r fall
nil fh.T is le1' and to listen to the
I'tinis'e'' say. Karlh to enrth .Hust to
dust. Yet v,e must be submissive He
vln rt'-p- 'p' e !'o reeled tln'iii
o imilto 'he Kingdom brighter.
nr.-,'ii universil heritage.
We n-e h-v live an uncertain
sp'"!. v e die.
T!'e boTt'itii'iu rnvsvy. the exis-
" "od bad and indifferent. Many com
plaints have been made of poor mater-
ai ui which they are made. Therefore
"eo lnmentl that all regalia be pur
chased through the office of the G. W.
C and a penalty of a fine of $5.00 for
failure to comply with the same.
2. In view of the fact that we are
alder and the endowment is on a firm
iiaiis. I recommend that the Endow
ment Board hold semi-annual meetings
in January and July. All claims be
ing paid quarterly as heretofore. An
extra quarterly meeting may be held
at the descretion of the G. W. C.
when found necessary.
Not every one can win in any com-
pe ition. if you have it in you to be
list yru will be, if you have no bet
er ability than will win you tenth
place be grudging some 'a
"lute will not advance you one step.
Jios' of us know this, most of us
"orse i' in the excitement of striving.
We ou'tht to be grateful for the compe
ti'it.n which urges us out of lethargy
and en (it do our best. We ought to
e '.Yv "eeinjr the people we have help
ed win success.
This a great big world in which each
e-ce nrobiem. the end an tin- play our own part ana in wnicn eacn
"idah'e I of us choose whether we play our part
'he month of we learned of 1 well or ill. The point in playing your
.lie ijon thinking iou wot. Id
he 1i(tiier awa from hitine
Ave !ou DllIFTIXC, Apart?
Are you useful citizens or
are you a mm ace to society?
Is your home to-day, tl,c
home you, dreamed, it to Le?
Vvls.y and Saturday, Aug. 10 and 11
S fecial Music and Singing. Come Early and Avoid the (rcwd.
ADMISSION: s Ml TKNTS
of correspondence. It is not expedient
for me to visit each Court therefore
it is necessary that a deal of corres
pondence be carried on between the
Courts and the head of the orgniza
tion. No letter that reached me is
left unanswered. I have answered
each missive, altho if they would have
read the law it would have been tin-
with the members of Juanita Court No
!'fi This Court h:is been recently or
ganized. Not unite a year old yet. I
found the members full of enthusiasm
for I lie work. They were working in
peace and harmony ami were muchly
in'eie-tol in the order. Thev were
1U1 '"" "-ULrs 10 l,;lSH' un on the ritualistic work ,Mvln no
:r:TrtJLyri '-" ' and passwords
the most part has been very pleasant
I have sent out proclamations as I
felt it was necessary to do. First I
sent out proclamation relative to
our last Grand meeting giving the
officers, and changes in laws. Then the
proclamations relative to our Petition
and even though they were young !
th"y have a nice bank account. At:
night they had a public installation
and entertainment which was the,
fruits of receiving several applications
for new members besides making a
nice sum of nionev.
Day Rally in Oct Then the proclama
tion of our anniversary and one re
minding you again of the last semi
annual Petition Day Rally, offering
iVii-oo t.ri-iou in tlio rV.n,.. IIn.r;.,n l i ' ' ' 1 '
,.,. ,., ,.Ml ....hlh ... ,nov .ve ( us
' H ' ' tin law suit yet. This shows a strict
stated members lastly the one callniR observance to the laws of the order. I
This department is on a firm basis
money is handled carefully and judf
Still we saw
t'-e ei'r of sis'er Rosa Rose. She
wis eve n the organic members of this
it times of installa- organic! ion ami worked faithfully for
i's iiite-est. With thoughtful hearts
our minds to back to the session of
nrlv list veir,, when we can see her
"iv-,?- ad"!ce and essisting so nobly in
making our Grand Session pleasant,
'"he has ben present at each Grand
Session lending her aid and assistance.
Ye shall indeed miss her, may her
memory ever be pekt alive.
We have also mourned the loss of a
Orand Officer in the person of Sister
'.. T1.. Smith G. W. A. C. of Aliens
C'eelc. For two consecutive years she
is e'e-'el by this body. She gave
excellent service to us as well as her
subordinate Couxt. Her Court failed
o notify me of her death, therefore
10 honor was done tier memory py
i'tr Grand Court. I did not know of
'tr ''mth until I saw mention of it in
the G!"be. Her life was an active one,
i -o' we hut say sleep on.
The grim r-saper has al?o taken unio
i his own Sister Maria Crawford the
mother of the founder of our Grand
S Body the late Dr. R. F. Boyd. The
1 mother he loved so well. No visit was
1 ever made to'her bedside hut what she
: won Id speak of her son. What a happy
j mee'insr of mother and son parted
in, saying for her to call again. Now
tins is wrong dear sisters, a deputy
should be made welcome at any time
and should visit often. They should
lie ueu'etl wi'h the same courtesy
as 'ho G and Worthy Counsellor.
A deputy sdiould he kind and pitient.
with the Courts, offering suge-dions
in pl'asant manner, de.il firmly bat
kindly with her members and give
jastite to hoi .ling malice toward
OFF.Cr.HS OF SrilORDNATE
In the selection of the various ofli
c:rse of your courts you shol.l se'.ettt
the person best lit ted for the place re
gardless, of li'.te and dislikes.
The WorMy Counsellor is the head
of the Court. She has the general
over-sight of the transactions and b"i-
you to attend the Grand Court Annual
Session. I have sent out the prpclama- ,rre,ularUy the t of tne officers
ion of the Supreme orthy Counsel-1 ,lf lhe var, c t h b n
lor as they have come to me There lH our notif.e this The R teT
has been a tremendous lot of work I ,.f i,no,i ,t."ffl ,,
... .'..v...... iiiki ,,,.111 3 QIC IW"UIK
more careful as to the conduct of the
affairs of the subordinate Courts.
No member should be allowed to be
financial in the subordinate Court who
has not paid their endowment. If a
sister is carried as financial on the
luiobu of tho r,.nrta hoK
when people write you they wish an . sh(ml(l be sent up when theothera are
sent up. If you fail to pay her en-
npfw of thft Cnurt. She is hnl.l rosimn
jiliTo fur 1 ho n! hpr (i(llnor uprfMrininfr i iG 1011.
1 " n W'n nln .nturn flia loa rxt Tfn Hit.
ciously. paying each worthy claim a!' rtu,'es;. !he 8?,!l.?eei0 U. I Vih. ' Z h.i , n of nor
tney send an reports to tne uranu um-1 ; "- " "
cers prompt.lv. She should also see to it 0ran' Receiver of Deposit, just after
rh.i o.w.h m..mH!oo ,i .ho n.ri, ro. the close of our last session and sister
,,,,irofi sho ohmiM hanriio hor nffioo i HJ. L. Gray and a host of other faith
in a lovinir snirit with Insliro to all nnil IU' ana lovame aianmeuns
malice toward none.
I would urge upon the officers of the
mi pleased to note tha tno case of
in my office this year I have tried to
keep the work up to the highest point
No communication has come to my
office without being answered. I have
replied to all no matter how unimpor
tant a communication has been I think
Many letters would not have to
dowment then she must me unfinancial
he written if we would refer to the in the r(mrt '"Zte
law of the court a little more often
and read the pages of it more constant-1
Just after the Grand Lodge adjourn
ed I was called to Milan to visit Golden
Light Court as there was some trouble
which seemed was Impossible for the
Deputy to settle. I met the Court and
its officers, the trouble was between
the Receiver of Deposit Register of
Deeds and the Recorder of Accounts.
Court bad their money" deposited in the
bank. It was carried to the bank ir
regularly, and by other persons rather
than the Receiver of Deposit. It was
drawn out at will by the Register of
Deed who wrote the checks and signed
the various officers. When the reckon
ing time came of course there was a
shortage and a mingled set of books.
The Deputy tried to get them out of
thetangle. The officers would not al
low him to examine them. Which he
had perfect right to do. and let me
say hear that all deputies, before they
Install the officers of their Courts in
their Jurisdiction should examine the
books and see that they are neatly and
accurately kept. Any officer who fails
to allow the Deputy to do .so, bv with
holding the books should at once be
suspended from office and select some
one who will obey the order of the
Grand Body and respect the higher
This Deputy upon failure to get the
books from said officer should have
sent an officer for them. But he out
of the goodness of his heart and not
wiphing to use his power and let the
matter go, and I was sent for.
The accounts were so tangled and
the books so poorly kept, that I could
not tell anything about them. I gave
suspended and notified of the fact.
This year we have placed on in
terest in the various banks $10,000.
This money bears Interest at 3 and 4
per cent which means so much to the
We have held our quarterly meet
ings regularly and on time. Each
meeting has been blessed with the
best of feeling on the part of the of
ficers. No ill feeling or cross words
Every thing has .moved like a clock
We have stuck strictly to business, do
ing the work on. business like prin
ciples. One claim of Clover Blossom Court
No. 125 has been held up for more
than two years. This claim was made
payable to a minor child. Mr. Sam
Reagan qualified as guardian which
was very unsatisfactory to the family
and the court. Since that no one
else has qualified, hence the check
for ?100 is still in our possession
awaiting a legal guardian.
No department could bring the pres
tige to the order that this has. It
has been a blessing to the Courts and
Gratefully, gladly we revere them,
mournfully we think of them and in
various Courts to be very careful about sadness we turn to thoughts of other
the wav in which their hooka nre kent. llil.vs " ' lttlll;-v W a vt.iimu
The Register of Deeds should keep a i
correct memorandum of each and every
transaction of her Court. I have gone '
into Courts and the members would tell
me that such and such an action had
been done in the Court room and upon
investigation we found no trace of such
transaction. Some Courts have had to
pay sick dues and other things which
if a record had been made in the
minutes probably this money would yet
have been in their treasure. Then it
may be that some times the records
may be shown in the Civil courts who
hand and hear voices that are forever
Rest on. ye dead ones In your quiet
shades and as the Autumn winds stirs
tho quivering forest Into a woodland
melody, each movement brings a frost
touched leaf trembling to the earth,
so ore bv ore we shall come to Join
you in a haven of peace.
You sinking sun which fills the
western sky with golden glory leaves
behind it sure promise of the coming
of another day, so we will move on in
cur own paths, to the glory and splen-
knows. So you see the importance uur ul etB"ml utty
of keeping a true record of all pro
ceedings of the Court giving a record
of receipts and disbursements and bal- , . ,
ance on hand at each meeting. I . vis"1ilg th.e J0"8 Courts I
The Recorder of Accounts should I findnan5r different kinds of regalia,
keep a true financial account between
the Court and Its members. She
should report all members who are
in arrears at the end of each quar-i
ter. She should also keep an itemiz-j
ed account of the receipts of eachi
meeting, placing the same in the back !
of the Boyd Record Book.
The Receiver of Deposits should also I
have a book in which is kept the re-
cepits and the disbursements of each
meeting. She should always give thej
Recorder of Accounts a receipt for i
the money turned over to her. No!
money should be paid out without!
an order signed by the Worthy Coun-
sellor and the Worthy Register of
At the beginning of the term a sick
committee should be appointed, said
committee should visit the sick fre-
part is to put your best into it and j
;e the u'most out of It
The 'e's r-orn for us f 11 in this world
Le teach play our own part without
trying to spoil other peoples exits and
entrances, or to steal any of their cur
t.ian call. There is success enough to
go around taking what belongs to you
leaves enough for everybody else Try
ing to take what belongs to some body
else leaves you nothing.
When one fails to do their duty
that weakens the link In the chain and
no chain is stronger than its weakest
link. Let every link in the chain
which binds us closely together be
strong unbroken henceforth.
If I have been of service to you it
has been gladly given and I have been
fully repaid by the loving friendships
that have been formed and the kind
ness, courtesy and considerations that
have been shown to me at all times
by the members through the state. The
way has not always been easy but
there have been more roses than
thorns. I wish to express my deep
appreciation for your patience and for
bearance, for mistakes which have been
Let us retain our ideas and strive al
ways to lire up to them and let us
emember that four thing3 can not
come back. "The word spoken, the spod
arrow; time past; the neglected oppor
tunity. I have endeavored to be sympathetic
just and fair. I have endeavored to aim
straight to the mark. As we go back
to our homes let us endeavor to re
strain from criticising those in higher
office, and work harder and with more
determination for the upbuilding of
In conclusion I wish to thank all
who have in any way made my stay
in office a pleasant one. I wish to thank
the Grand Officers for their kindness
and punctuality to duty. I wish to
thank the Bro. Knights for their ad
vice and support. I wish to thank the
Subordinate Officers and members for
the support given me and the many
kindness shown. I could not close my
report without thanking my faithful
corp of Deputies. They have indeed
borne the burden in the heat of the
day. They have advised commended
and protected the order.
, Thanking you again and again, I
am Yours in F. H. and L
CORA E. BURK,
Grand Worthy Counsellor
UNDER THE SEF
Friday and Saturday,
The onW moving picture ever taken at the bottom o the Ocean.
Positively the ouly chance for the co ored people cf Nash
ville to see this picture.
5 & 10 cents
G. U. O. of O.. F.
ALL DELEGATES AND FRIENDS desiring
the best accommodation to the- GKND
LODGE are invited to unite with the Nash
ville delegation which leaves Nwhville, Sunday
evening, August i2th at 9:J5 P. ML, over the
N. C. and St. L. R. R. A sp:cial car has been se
cured for the Nashville d;legation. You are als
invited t4 meet at the ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
447 4h Avenue, North, upon your arrival in the
city to bi entertained b, thi Nashville del
egation Sab. Committee of Nashville Delegation:
W, T WRIGHT
members throughout the Jurisdiction. ; quently. Here-in lies the advancement
Some of our Courts have been visited and prosperity of the Court.
by death two and three times and as
many times they have received a check
for $50 to defray the expense of the
burial of a deceased sister. Just think
It ia Indeed a pleasure for me to
of it ten cents per month a burial i speak of the faithfulness and trust
of $50 to say nothing of the members worthiness of the Grand Officers which
In such sad time. Indeed no Court! you have selected from time to time,
could have gotten through with it, They have given excellent service al-
without an extra taxation to bury ways lokoing out for the interest of j
their deceased. the order. They are kind, lovable and I
Each claim has been paid as it came true. '
into the office, Borne Courts receiving j They have been my armor bearers
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known to and read by millions of people all
over the earth Produced by the Universal
Film Manufacturing Co.. at a
cost exceeding half a million
dollars and requiring more
than two years in the making.
Aug. 3 and 4
"What's in a name?" EVERYTHING!
"Ill wound man b cured bat not iU name"
"A famous name will never die"
"Nothing succeed like luccew"
For over eighty years, Palmer's "Skin Success"
Ointment has made a great name for itself, as
a cure for most forms of skin troubles. It is the
Original Skin-Brightener. '
WARNING 1 Our Trade-Mark "Skin Success"
is being used by others, evidently to deceive our
friends. Let them BEWARE; we shall prosecute
them to the fullest extent of the law.
Look for our name and address on every pack
age of Palmer's "Skin Success" Ointment and
The Morgan Drug Company
1512 Artanlic Awenue-
Broohhjn, New York