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Dr. Anna Howard Shaw Claimed by
Deatli. Visited 'Every State. Well
KInowInvlomiai Contriluted Vaial1le
Eiorts for Utited States Dirlbig War
Philadephin, July 2.-Dr. Anna Hlow
ard Shaw, lionorary president of th
National American 'Womani's Stiffrage
Association, died at her home Inl Nloy
lal), Pa. lear' liere at. 7 o'cloek this
evening. She was-. 71 years of age.
Dr. Shaw als was chairian of ilhe
womian's con1iiniee of the Conneil ot
National lecrence ani recently wasr
aw14VIrI'(Il the'. distinigtlished serv4ice'
medal for her work during lie war.
Sho 'was I'elkn ill ill Sprinigfieli, Ill.
abont a ionti ago, while onl a leetire
tom. With l'orini lresidient ''art and
i-.ien m.well or liarvard inl th inl
t-ln't of 1'e 'eagle of nations. I'n1en -
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shen wa., conlfii'ned to le roon1 in a
S-priILi(ieh nospial 1le 'eillrnrtd to
her homle W;1 i 1 ihh 1w4le oIf .1 Inn
at Satturdhtv she dro\-e lo I'liiladephia
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four to twelve, while the whole suff
rage movement changed from an
Iacllic stage to a vital political
force arousing the attention of the en
'I'he year 19l2 was the banner year
for Dr. Shaw and the cause, when
Arizona, lansas and Oregon received
fll suffrage. During this year Dr.
S'haw spoke in the principal cities in
each of these States making four or
live speeches a day and traveling in
any sort of a conveyance from freight
cars to automobiles.
\lany times tring her earlier Cn
reer, )r. Shaw gave proof of her
(01courageou s ll and det'lIinetl II nture. On
one) ocension the free religious 1roni
of which she was pastor wishtvl to
give a dance on the night. of I te an
nital church fair, andi the 111tropid lit
tie preacher was obliged to threaten
tile whole cong regation with arrest to
maintain her ath lorily. As a country
school teacher, she preachied her Iirst
s rnmuol at the slIggestion of a frintid
rhtiiarsing it to the Itrees and stones in
While ill Ioston Drt. Shaw rcnehi
tho poini where she hal not a centt of
1lu1n1y nor 1t1he pirmif-cl of talnin ally.
I~nexi *-edly she was i aked to do a
wtiek' r\ival work and1 decided that
if hi., brougwht heir enlough1 1money for
-! ;l pihiap i f shloles ;111( a fow ay
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Counties to lie Organized to Ilandle
Present Crop. Wanmaker TeIs
of Coming Drlie.
New Orleans, July 2.-Plans for a
systematic campaign in the cotton belt
for organizing counties of the States
for handling tle a1nnua--1 crop were
laulnlhed here today it the Cecold
meeting at the present conferenice of
directors of the American Cotton As
sociation. .1. S. Wannamaker of Co
I nibia, S. C.. president, said that $-400,
000,000 wol(1 be needed for forming
fhe planned corporation to properly
dispoe of onre-foinrith of the crop.
This corporation, lccorlding to I res
ideit Wanniaker, will not conflict
with the proposilI $100,1100,0410 cottoil
exports financing corporat Ion, as the
former will liliit its work to cotton
for donestic isv.
'ov. Rniffin l'lcasant of Louiianna
haian of t xecu iive comliuittee
of the export orgalization telegraphed
his approval of the domestic organ
i/alton and 'W. 11. 'l'hopluion of New
Orleans, a dircctor of the export cor
loruatin, nlifiay e\plainwil io llh. i \mer
ivall oltti( : A.- sia isi the jlan1s (If
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f l 'Ii l d t )h l'nited 'jtate dt parl
m/5n1 4ot D.:risjnles reot1 Is Wor
da w b 1. \ ssl s aiil i sing l "5 1o I (sen
anno(nIs shaelirllt he n.s xt o .I n
You D~o More WVork,
You are more ambitious and you get more
Cljoymnlit (it of everythini when your
blood is i i good condition. Impurities ill
thoi bland have a very depressing effect on
the SyStem, Causimg weakness, laziness.
nervoi sness and sickness.
(iROVuI'S rASTELESS Chill TONIC
restores Elnergy and Vitality by Purifying
nd Enriichiing the Bi'd. When you feel
its strnigthening, invigorating effect, see
how it brings clsor to tlie cheeks and how
It im proves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its tnie tonie value.
iROVE'S TASTFILEI4SS Chill TONiC
I isi not a atetnt medicine, it is siraly
IRON and QUJiNiNE suspended in Syrup.
So plieasant eveni children like it. 'I lie
blood needs Quinine to Purify it and i ION
to Enrichi it. These reliable tonic prsop
(ertwcs never fail to drive out impustritieIs in
Theli Strength--Crcating1 Pnwer of G;ROV E'S
TASTELESS Chill T'ONIC hais miade it
the favorite tonie in thousands of hesc.
More than thirty-five years aig4, folks
woui riide 0 long distancet to gct (GROV\E'S
TfASTELEiSS Chill TIONiC w hen a
membeiir of their family had Malaria (ir
neededs5( ai bodly-buiildinlg, strengthi-gi vin
tonie.e The1 formula is just t he samec to
dty, iiis yo ca et it from any drug
stor, tile pr hotlg
to be held at the president's call, the
association will take up the labor
problenp the further reduction of
acreage and the question of holding
cottonl.DA G R U DIE S
J. A. Thompson of Corsicana, Texas, no organs of the human body are io 0et some GOLD MEDAL I1aOriem Oil
was elected first vice president, to Important to health and long ie As the
kidneys. When they 10 an, g co Cpsepratonue.d avrte anold tr
succed J. A. Scott of llouston, Texas, nence to lag in their dut 1 ll
Find out what the troubli is-t .hout centuries. They contain only old-fash
resigned, but who will remain aie11- deay. Whenever you rvoua. toned. soothing el conibined with
ber of the board of diirectors. weak, dizzy, suffer from I lessness, strength-giving and systeni-cieanslni
or have pains Ini the b -ake up herbs, well known and used by phaysi
"The department's report," said \l-. at, once. Your kidneys n help. These clans in their d.\ly practice. GO
are ~gn to var yout a you ki- 'DAL Ilitaril o il Capsules are Ina
W~annamiaker, "falledi to shlo y the a- ae"gmt anyuta orhd T
~Va nam ker "file to sho th a- neye are not performing their func- vorted direct fro mn the laboratories In
bandonment which we estimate will tions Properly. They are only half Holland. They are convenient to take
doing their work and ave allowing imt- and will oltIhor give prompt relief or
be fully 8 Per cent. It also failed to Purities to accumulate and be convert- your money will be refundex. Ask for
ed Into uric aclid and other poisons. thent at any drxig store, hilt be snre to0
show several freattures IIIh 1l(licat which are causing you nidctress and will ot tlie original Imported GOLD
the condition of tile erol) is not over C0 destroy y-ou unless they are driven Ni60i)AL brand. Accept no substitutoo.
pe el.111110 Teascat11 tfrom your system. Ili sealed paickages. Thrve sizes.
Per' cent. normnal. Tihe associationl at
a recent meeting estimated reduction
1at 20 per cent. The speaker declared
it was tunfailr to take tile high average
elrop conditions in small growing 0 W E BROS.
States lik1e Arizona and'California to
plil u1) the low average of Iuantities & GRANITE CO.
The directors decided to sd tel Se
grams to th governors of cotton grow- i
ing States, presidents of farmers'
un1ions, Stato agricultiuiral coilleges RECTORS
and State balnkers' assoclations urging
the call meetings at the respective Dealers ill everything for the come
stat capitals tIing July ill order to
promote rtll her organlizat lon of the Tile largest and best equipd men
Tlhe directors ado11'd P esolutionl
indo1ing (overnor lasans ggs GREENWOOD S. C.
tionl., Ihat wan hnoc-s he c on.trIcted
;1o organ of the huma body are
What you pay out your go oe o
i/: -smut oo oe-o
18 cents a package is cigarette satisfaction-and, my, how
you do get it in every puff of Camels'
XPERTLY ble2nded choice lo-idesfthtbacytr
- Turki.Ah and choice Domestic tiigtedsrbe"oj.1Cinl
tobaccos in, Camrel cigarettes elimi-aeFtil eveain o ,i
nate bite and free them from any mleii wtlotl-iiyorIs!
unpleasant cig-aretty aftertaste or
unpleasant cigaretty odor.Ow ifconyums
Camels win instpant and pormanentey
success with smokers because the st a o
blend brings out to the limit the it me
~XPE T~y lendd chice low-mildness of the tobaccos yet re
~ ur~h ad coiceDometic taining the desirable "body." Camels
t~lac~s i Cmelciyreteselii- are simply a revelation! You may
natebiteand reethemfromany smoke them without tiring yourtiaste!
cigaet~ dor.For your own satisfaction you Ums
unpleaant ycompare Camels with any cigarette
Cames wn istat ad prmaentin the world at any price. Then,
succss wth sokes beausethe you'll best realize their superior
bled bing ou t th liit he quality and the rare enjoyment
refreshing flavor and delightful mel- they provide.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem, N. C.
if__ YO Ha e L1 -
ARO is one of the greatest of energy pro
ducing foods. It 0 healthful and always
debcious. Give Lhe children hot biscuits,
m ns, sliced bread and Karo -all they
~NV wan of it. Ik necans Health and Strength.
"Crystal Vhite"-- ine i a; "Golden Brown"- in the Blue Can
"Maple Fiavor"--.E 1 n . wih -uty of substance and a rich
, I(e i a -idi ,cn Can.
S-- fnilutv Y TO YOr - -y can -,f :i< o ;i ,nake4I with enrct 'Vi;gs
a.~- - o ~ - ot hv "M d by pack.one of similpr
ib y :m hw) wiv relaiion to weight of contn .
'I I. - ^.I -, ebon', 1 o -t coiy
~i ou-ni c'r
- i'.1 inn for good cookit.. It Ua
Corn Products Refining Company
P. .Bo. x 161, New York City
--- .. B. 1rris Sain Representatiwe
I ~ u sIi I Iq m arita, Ga.
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