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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, D ECEMBER 21, 1915.
ofc Women's Cha'Tmn Vrem Commute: URSw II. E. JENISON, Jacksonville, JTa. Editor Penaacola Journal: MRS. C. 8- BON ACKKK. Panaacela, Fla. Frcldent: MRS. W. & JENNINGS, Jacksonville, Fla. Florida. Clubs J nuroirr op vice-president. t -al report of vice-president at -rr Florida Federation of Woman's Clslji delivered at November conven tlcn, fca DcLand: As chairman of the club extension we are placed ia the position of the rcrter who wsi sent out to a neisrh tcrtr.3 town to write up a fire. He the firemen unable to control t!-3 situation, and sent this telegram txci to his editor: "Fire stfJ raging; what thall I do?" The editor replied.M "Tina out where the fire is hottest, ezd jzaip In." T7e write our president cf diTkul-t!.- Lj various sections, arid she al ways 'sends this message bacTc: "Go ts the women, overcome obstacles, and ttzj by them till you get results." V7e have followed these instructions, tri, cs you see, we are able to bring you tc'zy twenty-nine clubs with an Letters ( to Dear Old Santa Claus From The Journal's Little Readers. Dear Santa Claus Bring me a cute little dressed up doll, little tea set, 1 mean a big tea set ' with lots of things is it, another bed that Lula and me can lay in. Bring me a little teddy bear. Bring me a pencil and a pencil box so when I go to school I can have it Good-bye and I want all the things in the -world. From Bettie Tenge. -' n m.... t - VCW WAAIM. VittUO A Wl( , UVblV girl, five years old. I don't want Avery many things for Christmas. 1 want a doll, doll bed, safe, tea sets, -carriage, piano, dress, hat, coat, shoes. wvwAAust wa es , tuvii Christmas and a happy New 'Year. Don't forget my motner and ' father and sisters. From your little friend. KT rfvf evm a wrrve r vjvt-t sn mnnt) i r?nri nrnanrio W Uoi . Dear Santa . Claus I am a little girl seven years old and wish you would bring me a doll and carriage ard some fruit and anything else you can bring to me. Don't forget to mmt mv net o rnncin. n iv.ahath (.a. "' ", lay. Che is living in Woolsey. Your little friend. Alma. Claire Epple, 70? . W. Garden. Dear Eiftta ClausI am a little girl seven years old. Please bring , me a doll and a little bed and a box of stationery and a story book and a pair of ball-bearing skates and a doll cress aa flon't forget ...Miss 3ood night. Louise Beard, 902 E. prainard. , ; .-' V ;. V; W Dear Santa Claus: ' I; am a little boy, four years old. Please bring me an automobile with a horn and crank ; on It, so I era run it myself. A drum )and sticks, aJhorn, tool chest, hard rubber ball and a little train, and If ; yor can, I would like to have a blue .cordrcy suit Bring my little brother f wra, a little train, soft ball, and a horn. Bring both of us a box of candy, oranges and apples. -A Merry - Christmas to you and ' Mama Santa Clata. Francis Marion Daggett, Mil ."' ton, Fla, - t '-v.-:---. 1 Dear Santa Claus j I am a little boy, eight years old. . I am in the third grade. I want you to bring me a cowroy suit, and a slingshot, rub be, some fireworks and some candy, fruit and nuts. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy. New Year. T Your, little boy. Homer Wood Harri " son, Floridatown, Fla. , Ecir rr.ta Claus: , I am' a bov t four and one-half years old, and do not go toNschool for I am too small and young. I am asking for very lit- at - i w year, nease bring me a Vl ws goii that can wiggle its eyes f ana a play automobile and a play motorcycle, some candy and oranges and cuts and apples and fireworks. tr.d rsmember my mother and father. Brinj them some fruits and fireworks. Ycpr little friend, Ulmer Crooke Aly ricij Vilson. My house address is 707 Aules alley. , Dear Santa Claus: I am a boy of twclvs years. I am in the sixth (trade ar.d n to No. SO school. I will ask you ta bring me a bicycle and some frclt end fireworks. P. S. Dont for gtt my little brother, Victor, and sis ter, Ex!. My brothers, Wilter and Joseph, want a pistol each. Bring Czm to 1200 West Main street Your lorlzj friend; Lester Suarex. . Deer Santa Claus: I want some tiists, some pretty paper, some ap cranges and a little red auto mobile that runs in the street I sure am a food boy. That is all this time. Your little friend, WiLiam Henry Mc Curdy, 103 Cevallos street Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a doll, bracelet, doll bed, candy and nuts, apnles and oranTes and skates, a trunk and that's all I want. cause I try to be good but sometimes I get bad. Your little friend, Mar 3rie McCurdy, 109 Cevallos street v Dear Old fnn-Ll want vou to brin me a Christmas tree, kitchen srt, baby doll with long dress and a paciSer in its mouth, drawing slate, set or wmte fars, kid gloves, hand kerchief, tcimo-a for myself, kimona for my doll, push o,rt for the doll, games and story be j. Don't forget increased membership of 1,026 wo men. ;:''.;'vi: There is a call for this club move ment in every town and village. We are reaching the wemen as fast as possible. : Persons who deprecate the revolution taking place in club affairs of our state show their ignorance We are not sitting idly by, waiting for clubs to , be organized, but are going out in our Fords and cars to help the women. We feel it our duty and privilege. . Many letters have been, written, and get-together meet ings have been held.' At these meet ings we have called on all presidents invited to give reports of their work and we have found this a satisfactory method of becoming acquainted with dub life and activity In our state. Section 6 has been, covered entirely in this manner, and results are most tattering. Sections - and 2 have also to bring something to my mama, laddy, grandpa, grandma and do not forget my brother, Buster, and my cousin, Billy ,and also my little cousin, lane Adeline. They are too little to write. I will have to write their let ter for them and something for my grandma's cook. I am . six years old and go to school and my teacher's name is Miss Loftin. I will tell you good-bye. From your little friend, Dorothy Louise McLeod. Dear Santa Claus: Will you pv4ss bring me a doll, buggy, Christmas tree, some new slippers to wear, to school, some blocks to build houses and please bring my little sister, Ma rie, something. 1 am ycur little friend, Kittie Remich, 2016 West Jackson street.'" - ;. . . . z : , :.' "" . - Dear Santa Claus: v It , is nearly Christmas and I want you to brin'r me some fruit, candy and a ball and book, a little hand-saw, a hammer and some sparklers, and firecrackers and 1 want the little kind, and a tie for ihj mouses ana tnacs au. xovu mtie txby, Thomas Denmark. ' Dear Santa Clans: I am a VttU boy, nine years old and in the foUrt, grade. Please brng me a little gun that shoots a stopper and a moving picture machine and a warship an1 don't forret mv eiatpr. rTi xcantA n Jdih4wBtHfe and a 'tea-set and a b'aby-eartf a teldy bear, and two little doll chairs and we want some fireworks. Your little friends, Elmer and Eunice Aich ard, 1415 East DeSoto street. Dear Santa CUus I am a boy of nine years. I will ask for ver little this year. Please bring" in. a bicycle and some fruit and I have three little brothers.. Bring them an auto they can ride in and a knife and some nice fruit and fireworks. Please rem em ber all the poor children that have no mother and father. Good-bye. Dear Old Santa ClausI wish you wold bring mue a velocipede, horse, horn, ball, hutomobile, wagon, and be sure and bring, something to my mama, daddy and my little cousin, Robert. He lives in Iowa and is here on a visit. I am two years old, so I wfl say good-bye. .Your little friend, William Griffis Perry. Dear Old Santa Claus-I want a velocipede, boat, drawing slate, ball, drum, horn, goat and wagon. Brine something to my little cousin, Billy, and please do not forpet my little cousin; Jane Adelina .She lives in New Orleans. I also want a paper house. Good-bye for this time. I am four years old. From your little friend, Arthur Charles McLeod. Dear Santa ClausI thought 1 would write and tell you what I want you to bring me for Christtr.as. I have been a real good boy since last Christmas. I go to school every, day. Please tring me a horse on wheels, a top, a croquet set, a motorcycle side car, a cap pistol and caps, two gray papers, a fire cannon, a machine shop land come fire crackers and lots of fruit, candy and nuts. And also an automobile.' Please don't forget my little sister and brothers, and remem ber papa and mama. Bring them something nice. Wishing you a merry Christmas, your little friend, Earnest Truman. . Dear Santa Claur: I am a little boy, one year old. I want you to brinjr me a horse, wagon, wheelbar row, roJring horse, ball end a pair of yellow overalls, a pair of purple shoes and a little green hat aid bring me some candy and nuts and some fruit From your boy, Howard Bathurst, 411 South Reus street : Dear Santa Claus: I am a little cirL three years old. Please brhv me a piano and stooL a doll and dol carriage also a Chrbtmas tree. Please dont forget my mamma and papa, also my grandmother an grand- ! father. Lots of love fiom your friend, Minnie Cecile Connor, 603 North Hayne. Dear' Santa Claus: I am a little girl, twelve years old. I have a sis ter. She b nine years old. Her name had these meetings and reports are encouraging. Every sectional vice president has been asked to see that club extension chairmen are appoint ed m every club m her charge.- These committees have been urged to form new clubs whenever possible and to bring them into the federation. Some few. have responded, and their efforts show good results. There is no way to break the eonrav nf believe themselves ritht, and we shall not be satisfied until there is a club in every nook of our fair state. MRS. T. V. MOORE, Miami, Fla. The new chairman of the State Press Committee wishes to ask of the club members all over the state to send her reports of meetings of more than local interest, copies of addresses delivered at meetings of the clubs, is Ethel, and I have, a little brother, Roy. He is eight years old. I want a doll, jumping rope, a doll trunk, a doll suit-case and a tea-set, some candy and nuts. There is goin to be a - Christmas tree at our school house, and we will all look for you. Good-bye until Christmas Eve. From Lois E. Butler. 'Drar Santa Claus: As it is .near Christmas I am writing to tell you what I want you-to bring me. I am ten years old, I go to school every day." I haven't missed a day.-' -"Please bring me a large doll, a doll car riage, a laundry outfit a wash set, for my dolly, a desk, a pair of scis sors, a manicure set, and a lot of fruit and candv. ' Please bring my little brother, Wilbur, a jumping rab bit, some building blocks, a milk wagon, an automobile, a black dog. He is three years old. Bring my baby brother, who is nine months old, a rattler, a rubber doll, and some more pretty thinsrs. I will close, wishing you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Your little friend, Bessie Mae Earnest P.- S. Please remember papa and mamma. Dear Santa Clans: As it is most Christmas thought I would write and tell you what I want you to bring me. Please brinier me one set archi tectural buildin blocks, one ..musical ton, one cap pistol with caps, one auto fire engine, one balking mule, "e horse and saddle, one horse an vsn tpi. a rnvro-r6und. and lots of fruits, nuts and candies. 'wu- be five years old next January, and I have to go with papa every where he goes. Your little friend, Patrick W. Earnest v , Dear Santa Clans: ! am a' little! boy ten years old- I go to school and try to learn fast Miss Dessie Parish is my teacher. I am in the fifth grade. Please bring' me a rifle to P.. V - i y plans for work, and in fact anything that should be given publicity. . We are privileged in having six pages weekly, In widespread sections of the state, in which to give to the public the salient facts of our work. Let us feel an interest in furnishing the best we have for these pagess- It is not desired to have the same account that might with proprky be published in the local papers. The, state at large is not interested in the kind of refreshments served, or in the names of the ladies who poured tea at certain functions. What the general public wants is facts that show growth and endeavor along high lines, work for the general good of the people of our state. . And let me beg you,' club sisters, wherever possible in sending in news for our pages, have six copies made. It is as easy for a typist to make six kill birds with and fruit, candy, and fireworks of all kinds. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Yesr. remain, your little friend, Mcduffie Thames Jay, Fla. I am a little girl, three and, one half years old. Please bring me a doll cart, and a doll and all the rest you can. Your little friend, Nell Thames, Jay, Fla. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy, seven years old, and would like to tell you what I want for Christ mas. I want a pop gun a choo-choo train and some fireworks, burle anl fruit. Dont forget my friend. Sybil Moore. She wants a bi? doll and carriage. Well Santa, wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, I remain, your little boy, Clem Sweeney, Warrington, Fla. . Dear Santa Claus : ' X am a little girl, eight years old. I go to school. I am in the third grade. I know my lessons well. - I wish you would bring me a big doll and a nice set of dishes and a little chair with flow ers on it I thank yon in advance. Your little friend, Marie Clarisse. Delr Santa Clans: ; I want yon to bring me a bicycle and seme fruit anti nuts end I think that is all for me. I m eleven years old. I think ray little brother and sister wans I jnjw'fc- wts a trievcle and a gun and dont forget my little' sis- -s is iv nrotner is nine years oiq. I am m the fourth grade and he is in the third grade. Yours sincerely, Le roy and Floy Holts, Eonifay, Fla. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little rirl, four years old, and I would like for yon to please bring me a nice don, a washboard, a broom and some cske and candy. This is all I want for this time. A Merry Christmas to you. . From your little girl, Eloise impressions as one, with the use of carbon and onion skin paper, and this thoughtfulness will save your press chairman hours ef work in copying. Trusting that we may , have your co-operation in making the Federation pages spicy, inspiring and readable, I am, Cordially yorrs, - MRS. H. S. JENISON, Chairman Press Com. F. F. W. C. 119 W. Fifth St, Jacksonville, Fla. BIRD PRESERVATION DAT AT JACKSONVILLE WOMAN'S CLUB. Monday, December 13th wsi , Bird Preservation Day at the Jacksonville Woman's Club. The program was under the auspices of the Chairman on Bird Preservation, Mrs. Alston CockrelL During the business session, Mrs. B. Borras, 601 Coyle street. P. S. Dear Santa: Please bring me a nice story booy also. uear santa uiaus: I am a very good little boy and would like very some marble 3, jackknife, and a little things for Christmas. Bring me a horn, choo-choo train, a wagon, drum, some marbles, jacknife, and a little automobile. Well I, guess this will be all for this time. From a very good little boy, Aline Matron! P. S. Don't .cr forget to. - bring my little friends, Annie M and, Maggie M, something nice,, too. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy, two years old, and would . like for you to bring me a wagon, horn, train, autombile, a watch, some pretty marbles, a little bk with erne pretty pictures in it and a little drum, battleship, a . little tricycle.. ' I will close for this time, wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. From a very good little boy, Ralph Charles Mandel, 716 West Zar ragossa street Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl, ten years old. I go to school every day and in the fifth grade an-1 learning very fast. ; I wish you would bring me a' jumping jack, a doll table, I a doll bed, and some firecrackers and candy, fruit and some nuts. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Your little girl, Mabel Harrison, Floridatown, Fla. Dear Santa ClausI am one of your little forgot last hope you wont Christmas. Dearest Mr. " and Mrs. Santai I have tried to be good but I have been bad a little anyway. I am 6 years old. I am one of your large girls. Now, dear Santa, if you have anything to spare please dont forget me. I am, as ever, your little girl, D. M Gull Point Dear Santa ClausI am a little boy seven years old. Please bring me a tool chest and an air rifle. Jt am in the second grade. My teacher's name is Miss Edith BrasselL Please bring me some skyrockets, roman can dles, fire crackers, apples, oranges, cakes, bananas. That is all I will ask you to bring me this year. But please don't forget Miss Edith. But dont forget my brother, Charles. He wants a velocipede. From your little friend, Dixie Beggs. Dear Santa Clans Please bring me a velocipede and fire crackers and all sorts of fireworks. I want some can dies, apples, oranges, bananas - and cakes. I am four years old. Please dont forget my big - brother, Dixie. Your little friend, Charles Beggs. Dear Santa ClausI want to ' tell you what I want I wast yon to bring me a Christmas book and a paper gun and the big game too and an America builder and some handker chiefs and a tool chest I hope you dont think I am asking you for too much. Joe Roth, Jr., S10 E. Govern ment. . Dear Santa ClausI am a girl of 12 years. I want you to bring me a doll 25 inches hj, black hair and gms mat you raincoat and book bag and a little Christmas, but I truly J. A mt1 tW t t !t . . . a fV i & . I do me that way thisTT ... - vij f ..iu. nA ,tt W. S. Jennings, president of the F. F. W. a exhibited the gavels pre sented to her and to the Federation by the Springfield (Jacksonville) Im provement Association, and gave a short description of them. Mrs. Jen nings spoke of the three things she had as ideals for the Federation dur ing the next two years, under her di rection. These were a membership ef 10,000, the raising ef the endowment fund of $25,000.00, and the movement by clubwomen throughout the state to make it "really what it has so long Wtr termed, "The Lai.tf of Flowers," by a state-wide planting of flowers and shrues. Miss Louise Meigs gave a concise and comprehensive report of the re "Tt convention of the Federation' in DeLand in November. A brief report i was made ef the awarding ef prises in the Canning brown eyes. I wouM like a football and a doll carriage, some candy, oranges, plums and bananas and a lot of fire crackers and roman candles and sky rockets and that is all I will ask for this Christmas. Your friend, Ethel Wheelus, Auburn, Fla. Dear Santa Claus Bring me a big doll with light hair and blue eyes, stove and chairs, candy and . fruit,' some fireworks. I wont ask for much as I want you to remember mother and dad, also my "Cousins and friends at Laurel HillJ Wishing you a merry Christmas, Irma Wheelus, Auburn, Fla. " -. :v " Dear Santa I am a little -girl 7 years old. I want a pencil box, a toy sffter, a set of paper dolls that move their arms nhd feet, a set of dishes, Some candy and fruit Miss Andrews is my teacher. Please bring her something nice because I love her very much. Remember grandmother and mother and daddy. I am, youi little friend, Elsie Brown. Dear Santa I want yoa to bring me a doll and a little bed and a table and some chairs and a stove, a piano and stool. And dont forget my mother and father and my sisters and brothers and that will be all for this time, and please dont forget the little children have no fathers and mothers. My- name is Grace Kleice, 204 W. In tendencia. Dear Santa I am a boy 0 years old and I will not ask "for much. Please bring me a Daisy air rifle and a train and a knife and some nuts and candy and baby brother a rattle. Your little friend, Albert M. Reager, 1122 E. Strong. Dear Santa Claus I have had my letter made out J or some time and now I will tell you what I want for Christmas. I want a box of candles and some fireworks and a bicycle and a painting set, some candy, oranges, and apples and a watch, chain and necktie for Christmas. I will now close, with many thanks. Give my love to Mrs. Santa Clans. From your loving little friend, Herman Lam brecht, 44 S. Alcaniz. ' i Dear Old Santa Claus 1 want great bit doll with hair that you can comb and eyes that will shut Next, I want a little doll trunk with a key to it and that has two trays in it, and I want a pair of red top shoes and stocking s and a nice winter dress and hat and a nice warm coat I want a and nuts and 1 want a suit case for myself, just a small one to put my dothes in, and I want a little watch that you put around your arm to tell what time it s. I want an umbrella too, and a little pair of scissors an a cup and saucer. I forsrot to put ir a littV muff and fur for my dolL Ca rona Pilchcr, Merial, Fla. My Dear Santa Clans I am a little boy six years old,' going to school an learning fast I am not goino; to asfc vou . to bring me very much this year. I Would like for you to brinnr me a s-eam shovel and a passenger train and just 5t anything els that vou think fiammation or obstruction in a danger suit me and, Santa Claus, we pu place, 'jberefore, when you pet a n old colored man livin? with bed cb don t pnceed to dose yourself would have an old colored man livin? with rn. His name is Uncle H?nry Brown, Please brinsr him something, and my little friend, v Gwendolm Bri'Tnan, bring her wr-wt se wants. Wishing on a merry Christmas and a happj Mew Yea, your liHle friend, Harry Enne Taft. Jr. P. S. I have no istTs or notrs. htrt dont forget rr other and daddy, please. D"sr Santa CVns I am a littl M f"ht v-ai M wnd I rwll thank von very much ff vou will V-ng me a blue ser dress with ribbon to match, a doll, a work basket, some fruit and candy. Wishing you a merry Christmas and happy New Lioulss Kicn, K. . IX . .o Dear Santa Claus I am a little rirl eleht years old. Please bring me v: j-it . v.a a big doll, a doll carriae, and a bed. Bring me a story book, a water set a table and some nuts and candy. Club contest at Tallahassee last week, a work mothered by the Federation and one that is doing much to develop the girls in the rural communities. Prof. W. F. Blackman, of Winter Park made a few remarks along the line of Bird Preservation, in a happy manner, as a prelude to Miss Isabel Goodhue's most interesting talk about birds, illustrated by - bird-calls. Miss Goodhue has a genius for; mocking the birds; one could imagine tin lit tle feathered friends might envy her the power she has, and some might even wish to take lessons from her, and so increase his musical vocabul ary. Miss Goodhue is sent out by the National Andobon Society, and her services may be had by any club in the Federation for a program, at no expense to the club except her en tertainment while in the . town or city. , ' Please dont forget my brothers and my teacher, -Miss Edith BrasselL Your little friend, Beatrice Brewton, 1622 N. Seventh avenue. ' Dear Santa ClausI am a little boy five years old. I want a train, a wagon and some marbles and some fruit candy and nuts. That. will be all this time. Your little friend, L D. Brewton, 622 N. Seventh avenue. Dear Santa Claus I want one of those big dolls. I want a set of white furniture. I also want some clothes for my big. dolls. If I dont get au of these presents I will be thankful for what I do get Louise Hurst, 721 N. Baylen. Dear Santa Claus I am a lrttle boy usjt three years old. I want you to bring me a wagon and horn, marbles and a top and bring my sister, Gladys, a doll and Adron a wagon so he wont get mine. Santa, bring papa a nice suit of clothes as I would like to him dressed up and bring my mama a pretty dress. Bring my Aunt Rittie a nice waist Santa, I want you to bring me a little train, too. Well, Santa, I will close, wishing you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year I remain, as ever, Glenn Ham mond,' - Dear JSant .ClausI am a , little girl two years old. Please, bring me a big dolly. Don't forget my teacher, Miss Edith Brassell. And bring me some story books. I am In the second grade. And dont, forget my little cousins who are coming to visit me. Your little friend, Grace Albert Sid dons. , i ' - Dear Santa Claus I am a little boy seven years old. Please bring me an air rifle, bring me some BBs. Dear Santa, bring me some roman candles. I want some negro chasers I do want some fire crackers. Bring some torpedoes. Dont forget my little brother. Bring Miss Edith a hat ee Bogan.- "-'-'.:. Dear Santa Claus I am a little trirl five years old. I want : you to bring me a sewing box and a doll and a stove and a little machine and a buggy carriage. Please don't for et mama and papa and my Uncle Poh I guess this will be all. ' Your little friend, Mary Kimmons, 506 E. Gregory, r -;'... . - Dear Santa Claus I am a little boy six years old. I want you to bring me a fire wagon and some marbles ! and a tricycle. Guess this is all I . want Please dont forget my daddy and my Uncle Sol. Your little friend, Lloyd Kimmons, 503 E. Gregory. P. S 1 am better known as "Coot" A &tttor fa m!Tv rm f friends. It wtrns us that there Is in. wim a un oi uru8 mat merely "Btop" the coujrb temprrily by deadening the throat nerves. Treat the cause heal th inflamed membranes. IJere is a homo. made remedy that gets right at the cause and will make an obstinate cough vanish 'more quickly than you ever thought pos sible. Pr t t ounces of Piner (50 eerts worth) in a pint bottle and fill the bottla with plaia granulated sugrar syrup. This gives vou a full pint of the most pleasant and effective eouvh remedv vou ever us L t at a cost of only 54 cent. No bother to prepare, full aArections with Pinex. It heal ths inamed membranes at cerit!v and prcmptlv that jn wonder how it does It. Also loosens a dry, hoarsa or tight coach and ctons tr.e formation oi cents- and prcTptJy that jn wonder phlegm in the throat and bronchial tubes, thus ending the persistent loos cough, Pinex is a highly concentrated com- for its healing effect on the membranes, I To avoid disppointment, ask ' you ' crusBlrt for "Zy, ounces of Pinex," and , 7ffli&'S .of absolute satisfaction, or money proranfr lr refnndm). vom with thin nrpnaration. The Pinex Co, Ft Wayne, lad. , -.-- -: ; Adv. j Don't Merely "Stop" a $ Cough !? Btmp tk Tata taat Ciwi It 'i aa tk Cottffk mm : stos iimu ll I J