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twice a day
A Simple Cold
* a serious thing. Often, In
deed has the neglect of a seem
Ingly trfling cold been fol
lowed by disastrous conse
It should be borne in mind
perpetually that the COLD of
to-day is the Consumption of
The nlsignificant cold is the
untiring pathfinder of those
Tlhey start with a mere coldi
stop It there.
SlIMONS COUGH SYRUP
will do it.
Manufactured by the
A. 0. SIMMONS, JR., MED. CO., Sherman, Texas
4 Positively cured by
CA R$ these Little Pills.
They also relieve DIm
trees from Dyspepsla, In
digestion andToo Hearty
Eating. A perfect rem
l I edy for Dizziness, Nau.
Ssea, Drowsiness, Bad
Tasteln theMouth, Coat.
ed Tongue, Pain In the
Side, TORPID LIVER.
Tey regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
Five Minutes in the Morning
NO STROPPING NO HONING
KNOWN THE WORLD OVER
W. N. U., MEMPHIS1 NO. 46-1909.
NW No d again you see two women paM .
* dowa the street who look like ilters.
Ye Ysa ratooilad to lear that they are
mother and daughter, and you realize that
a womean at forty or fortyive ought to be
at her Saest sad fairest. Why isn't it soP
T neTsal health of woman ia ao in.
treataly aeoolated with the local health
fe the essentially feminine organs that
thzr ea le ao red oheeks and round
wore wheze therme is male weaknmess.
Women who bhave suffred from
thi trouble have found prompt
seld sad eor in the eoa of Dr.
i rm 's Favorite Prneorpton. It ve wvigor and vitaity to the
S ergem of womanhood. It clears the comploion, brightens theo
r yea rod seddea the ebleek.
No eleohol, or habit-forming drugp i contained in "Favorite Prescription."
Amy ael woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Every letter Is
id a sacredly confdential, and anawered in a plain envelope. Address t
wid a'Diapeaery Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N.Y.
Difference That Ten
Prom 35 degrees to 70 degrees-
om ' unbearable cold to a glow
gilw heat that contributes the cheery
omfort4 you want in your home is
* difference that can be made in
i minutes when you have the
( quipped with Smokeiles Device)
, do your heating. It is unrivaled
t rquick work-and effective, clean
Shpossible to turn the wick too high or too low-impossible
Smaske it smoke or emit disagreeable odor--the self-locking
Automatic Smokeless Device
l prevents smoke. Lighted in a second-cleaned in a minute
Nae Hours with one filling. Rustless brass font.
utmatic smokeless device instantly removed for cleaning.
$ t :efficiency in heating power-Beautifully finished in
or Nickel-an ornament anywhere-a necessity everywhere.
Dealar Everywhere. If Net At Yours, Write for Descriptive Circular
to the Nearest Aendy of the
ET AnARD OIL COMPANY
xý. 'Y 4a ýla a
"Your majesty, there's a creditor
"Let him go without."
Quickly Cures Rheumatic Pains, Also
Splendid System Builder.
Go to any good prescription drug
gist and get the following and mix
them: If he does not have these in
gredients he will get them from his
One ounce compound syrup of
Sarsaparilla, and one ounce Toris com
pound. Add these to a half pint of
first-class whiskey, and use a table
spoonful before each meal and at bed
time. The bottle must be well shaken
each time. This simple remedy is
one of the most effective known. The
restorative action will be felt after
the first few doses.
All pertinent facts must be consid
ered when you are dealing with the
great problem of prosperity. Would
you put the plus or minus sign before
the item that the county jail has a
great falling off in patronage?-De.
trolt Free Press.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Edyth-Jack says I was made to
Mayme--A diplomatic way of refer
ring to your turned-up nose, wasn't it?
For Headache Try Hicks' Capudine.
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
Nervous troubles, the aches are speedily
relieved by Capudine. It's Liquid-pleas
ant to take-Effects immediately. 10, 25
and 50c at Drug Stores.
A man never realizes what a small
potato he really is until he hears in a
roundabout way what the girl whom
he could have married but didn't
thinks of him.
DON'T NEGLECT THAT COUGH
It certainly racks your system and may run into
something serious. Allen's Lung Balsam will check
it quickly and permanently. For sale at all druggists.
Many a man suspects his neighbor
as he suspects himself.
Mrs. Wlndow's Soothing Syrup.
For children teething, softens the gums, reduces ta
The spirits fail to meterialize at a
Millions Say So
When millions of people use for
People whio know CKSSCA 1
valtt buy over a million boxes a
muonth. It's the biggest seller be.
eas it lathe bestbowel and liver
:u6diie ever m de. No mott
:CAM? ewpo--'U 8. U,
OUSTED AS TEACHER
Mrs. Stetson Barred from
Teaching Christian Science.
Her License Revoked Because She
Gave Students In New York Wrong
Idea of the Eddy Doco
floston.-Mrs. Augusta E. Stetson,
of New York, has not been "expelled"
or "dismissed" from the Christian
Science church, according to a state
ment from Alfred Harlow, Chairman
of the Mother church committee on
publication, but has had her license
as a practitioner revoked. Mrs. St't
son still retains her membership in
The move is the result of a long
Inquiry in the methods employed by
her in teaching. The bodrd of direc
tors in its report finds that Mrs. Stet
son teaches her students that the New
York branch of the church, with which
she is connected, is the only legitimate
Christian Science church in that city,
that she has been teaching an errone
ous sense of the doctrines, that Mrs.
Stetson has so far strayed from the
right as to be unfit for the work of a
Christian Science teacher.
The trustees of the church have
adopted amendments to the by-laws of
the church that will prevent, it is be
lieved, a recurrence of exactly the
same troubles experienced by the
trustees in the case of Mrs. Stetson.
Section 2 of article 3, on the care
of pupils, is amended to read as fol
"Christian Scientists who are teach.
ers shall carefully select for pupils
only such as have good past records
and promising proclivities toward
Christian Science. A teacher shall
not assume personal control of or
attempt to dominate his pupils, but he
shall hold himself morally obligated
to promote their progress in the un
derstanding of divine principle not
only during the class term but after it,
and to watch well that they prove
sound in sentiment and practical in
"He shall persistently and patiently
counsel his pupils in conformity with
the unerring laws of God and shall
enjoin them habitually to study the
scriptures and Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures,' as a help
NEW RAILROAD PRESIDENT
Ira G. Rawn Works Up from Tele
graph Operator to Chief Ex
ecutive of the Monon.
New York.-At a meeting of the di
rectors of the Chicago, Indianapolis
& Louisville (Monon) railroad in New
York, October 14, Ira G. Rawn, vice
president of the Illinois Central, was
chosen president of the road. He suc
ceeded W. H. McDoel, who retiree
from the presidency on November 1,
but who retains his place in the direc.
totate and as a member of the execu
Mr. Rawn has been connected with
the Illinois Central since 1903, having
been made assistant to J. T. Hara
han at that time. He rapidly was
Ira G, Rawn.
advanced through the olffices of gen
eral superintendent of transportation,
assistant general manager, and gen
Before going to the Illinois Central
he was general superintendent of the
Baltimore & Ohio. He started hia
railroad service as a telegraph oper
ator on the Baltimore & Ohio at Cin.
acoati, 29 years ago. He is now 51
Boat Rune into School of Shlners.
On the last trip Gt the independent
steamer American into Mobile the
boat plowed through a school of shin
ers and minnows for several miles.
The wheel of the boat hurled the
dash on to the decks of the vessel and
lgapt. lau Keene says that the hab
wpere thlckt on the sides of the boat
that he had to put deck hands to work
shoveling them back into the water.
A number of good Bfish were carried
back to the cook room aa4 every one
Sboard ean~od a bito ~ *(t ( ts m
A LITTLE COLD.
He caught a little cold
That was all.
So the neighbors sadly said,
m As they gathered round his bed,
When they heard that he was dead.
He caught a little cold
That was all. (Puck.)
Neglect of a cough or cold often
leads to serious trouble. To break up
a cold in twenty-four hours and cure
any cough that is curable mix two
>n, ounces of Glycerine, a half-ounce of
d" Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure and
an eight ounces of pure Whisky. Take a
te- teaspoonful every four hours. You can
an buy these at any good drug store and
DD easily mix them in a large bottle.
t- REPENTANCE CAME TOO LATE
Small Boy Had Taken Drastic Action
ag to Avoid Being Invited to
at- A small boy had something to say
'w to his father at the dinner table the
ch other night, says the Philadelphia Rec
te ord. "Papa," he said, "Johnnie liur
:y, ton is going to have a party nex' week,
e- an' he said he'd invite me. An' I got
°s. to take a present." "A present? What's
he that for?" "It's for Johnny's birth
a day. All the kids take presents."
Things hadn't gone just right during
ye the `day with the boy's father. He
of was not In an agreeable humor.
1e. "That's all nonsense," he declared.
he "Every day or two it's a present here
he or a present there. If you can't go
to a party without taking a present
re you might as.well stay at home." The
)1. boy's lip trembled, but he made no re
ply. The next day the father regret
h- ter his hasty words and that night
Is turned to the boy. "George," he said,
"there are a couple of new books
rd in my overcoat pocket. You can take
rl them to your friend Johnny's party."
or "It's too late," said George, gloomily.
"I licked him to-day so that he
wouldn't invite me."
ot ECZEMA COVERED HIM.
Itching Torture Was Beyond Words
Slept Only from Sheer Exhaustion
-Relieved in 24 Hours and
Cured by Cuticura in a Month.
"I am seventy-seven years old, and
some years ago I was taken with ec
zema from head to foot. I was sick
for six months and what I suffered
tongue could not tell. I could not
sleep day or night because of that
dreadful itching; when I did sleep it
was from sheer exhaustion. I was
one mass of Irritation; it was even in
my scalp. The doctor's medicine
seemed to make me worse and I was
almost out of my mind. I got a
set of the Cuticura Soap, Ointment and
Resolvent. I used them persistently
for twenty-four hours. That night I
slept like an infant, the first, solid
night's sleep I had had for six months.
In a month I was cured. W. Harrison
Smith, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1908."
Potter Drug & Chem. Corp.. Sole Prop., Boton
Farmer's Wife--They were born the
Neighbor--Twins, in fact.
ls NEW STRENGTH FOR WOMEN'8
8 How to Make a Bad Back Better.
18 Women who suffer with backache,
1, bearing down pains, dizzy spells and
DI that constant feeling
1- lf of dullness and tired
ness, will find hope
b in the advice of Mrs.
y Mary Hinson of 21
Strother St, Mt.
a Sterling, Ky. "Had
I not used Doan's
Kidney Pills, I be
lieve I would not be living today," says
Mrs. Hinson. "My eyesight was poor,
I suffered with nervous, splitting head
aches, spots would dance before my
eyes and at times I would be so dizzy
I would have to grasp something for
support. My back was so weak and
painful I could hardly bend over to but
ton my ahoes and could not get around
without suffering severely. Dean's Kid
ney Pills helped me from the first, and
I continued until practically well
Remember the name--Doan's. Sold
by all dealers. 60 cents a box. Fosrte
Mlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Brought Their Relationrs.
Small Nettle, seeing some large fn2
sects on the back porch, asked what
they were, and was told that they were
ants. The next morning she discova
ered a number of small ants among
the large ones, and exclaimed: "Oh,
mamma, the aunts have bringed their
little nieces with them to-day!"
Many Children Are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chl
pren, used by Mother Gray, a nurse In
hlldren's Home, New York, cure Sum- i
aer Complaint, Feverishness, Headache,
SItomach Troubles, Teething Disorders and
Sestroy Worms. At all Druggists', 25c.
Sample mailed FREE. Address Allen S.
Fi Dlmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
It a giddy woman could hear wilt is
said about her giddiness behind her
baclk it would knock some of the id
diness out of her.
]D.Pieroe's Pleamnt Pellets regulate sad I lr 1
Srate stomach, liver and borwels. Bugarot
teyw, atndes, easy to taold tao nothepe r
Often the milk of human kindness
Stastes o wt thte can.
.an!VtWt h uIiVr U. +I, i . ray helm. VN "ILA ORIOL" HAIR REiTORIR. PRICE. $14O% rOtll,
KNEW THE WAYS OF WOMEN
Mean Trick of Ballantine That Prob
1i. ably Made Much Trouble for His
,d. Capt. J. F. Chase of Veteran City,
Fla., was in Washington last month
to register his forty-seventh airship
patent. Capt. Chase is best known
as the inventor of the hoop-skirt.
3n Discussing the hoop-skirt's remark
1P able success, Capt. Chase said to a
vo "The success was due to the
of skirt's strangeness. Women like
id strange things. By catering to wom
a en, by studying their taste a man can
in twist them around his finger."
id The veteran officer smiled.
"Ballantine," he said, "came in
late to a song recital in Palm Beach,
'E and there wasn't a vacant seat in the
rn "Ballantine noticed Mrs. Jerome
Blank. Mrs. Jerome Blank, he knew,
had a very handsome husband that
she kept strict watch over-she didn't
,y like him to associate with any of the
e fair sex.
c- "Ballantine, edging near to Mrs.
r- Blank, who had an excellent seat, said
k, in a loud voice to a friend:
"t 'Who was that uncommonly pretty
's girl I saw Jerome Blank talking to on
h- the pier?'
"In about four seconds Mrs. Blank
ig was gone, and Ballantine was seated
le comfortably in her chair."
d. ANOTHER IMPORTANT VICTORY
-e FOR THE CARTER MEDICINE
o CQMPANY IN THE UNITED
it STATES COURT.
The United States Circuit Court for
the Southern District of New York
it sitting in New York City-has just
awarded to the Carter Medicine Com
I pany a decree which again sustains
e the company's exclusive right to use
the red package for liver pills.
By the terms of the decree, it is,
among other things:
Adjudged that the Carter Medicine
Company is the owner of the sole and
exclusive right to the use of red col
ored wrappers and labels upon said
small, round packages of liver pills of
the style described in the bill of com
a plaint; said right having been ac
quired by the prior adoption of said
style and color of package for liver
pills by the complainant predecessors
d more than thirty years ago, and es
tablished by the continuous and ex
clusive use of the same in constantly
d increasing quantities by said prede
t cessors and by the complainant, the
t Carter Medicine Company, itself, from
t the time of their said adoption until
the present day.
The decision just announced is per
e haps the most important and far-reach
Sing of all, by reason of the character
a of the tribunal which rendered it. No
Court in the country stands higher.
-National Druggist, St. Louis, M1
"Things are looking brighter-now,"
says a Blllville citizen. "The sheriff
is now my brother-in-law, and he won't
levy on my crop; the town doctor
boards with me, and doesn't charge a
cent for tellin' me that if I don't quit
eatin' six meals a day I'll not live to
be a hundred, and last of all, the head
undertaker is my best friend, and has
promised to fix me finally.
"I feel that I don't halt deserve
so many blessings, but I've got 'em
and I'm going to hold on to them."
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tfer a
ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hail's
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly hon
orable In all buslness transactions and floanclally
able to carry out any obllgations made by his firm.
at ALDINO, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggist. Toledo,. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internully, actins
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
snystem. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 eents piM
bottle. Sold by all Druggiasts.
I Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpation
Ruled by Kindness.
Lucy Burd's success with boys at
the reform school in Bucks county,
Pennsylvania, she thinks, is due sim
ply to kindness. She has reformed
more than 100 boys in her term of
five years as superintendent. Some of
her boys are in the navy some on
farms. Few have gone back to their
old ways after coming under her influ
A Motor Hint.
Miss Lillian Russell, who looks
younger than her daughter, was talk
ing about age at a dinner in New
York. Miss Russell, who is always
witty, ended with this mot:
"It is a sure sign of age in a wom
an when she begins to get out of her
motor car backwards."
Take a hint, do your own mixing. Rough
on Rats, being all poison, one 15c box will
spread or make 50 to 100 little cakes that
will kill 500 or more rats and mice. It's
the unbeatable exterminator. Don't die in
the house. Beware of imitations, substi
tutes and catch-penny ready-for-use de
Wigg-Scribbler's stories all have
such sad endings.
Wagg-Yes, they generally find their
way into the wastebasket.--Philadel
For Colds and Grlpp-Capudine.
The best remedy for Gripp and Colds is
Hicks' Capudine. Relieves the aching and
feverishness. Cures the cold-Headaches
also. It's Liquid-Effects immediately--10,
25 and i0c at Drug Stores.
Some people's cast-off happiness,
like their cast-off clothes, would make
some other people very happy.
Strong Winds and Sand Storms
cause granulation of the eyelids. PEITIT'S
EYE SALVE soothes and quickly relieves.
All druggistsor Howard Bros., Bufalo, N. Y,.
If a man is a liar it is useless to
Stell him so. He knew it all the time.
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
h1 5o substitute. No other remedy Is so effective
for rheumatism, lumbago. stifflness, nearalgia or
.olofimy nrt. Pat up In 25c. j5sandc bottleU
SA cynic is a person who makes a
ona-al.,w alt k1 kn th, thlk
from woman's .ailments are invited to write to the nanmer, and
addresses here given, for po~hiv proof that Lydia E. P~inkham's
Vegetable ('ninpmlnd does cure finale ills.
Chicago, Ill.=.1Mrs. Alvezna Sperling, 11 La::.
Lindley, Ind.= Mrs. May Fry.
Eins le, Kans.=lMrs. Stell:a (ifford P,eaman.
bSott, N.Y.=Mrs . S. B. arber.
Crlnwallville, N.Y.= Mrs. W . Borughton.
blilwaukee, \Vis.-=Mrs. Eniia linac, &J 1st
Change of Life.
South Boend, lrtl.=.lrs. Fred Certia, 1014 S.
Lafavette St reet.
iah, Keltutnckv.= \1rs. l.izzie TIlland.
lr,,)okfield, 31,.=\lrs. Sarah lusignoult, 20;
S. Market St.
Paterson, N.,J.=Mrs. Wn. . Somerville, +1'.
Philadelphia, Pa.= Mrs. K. E. Garrett, 2W7
-North Garnet Streit.
Kewaskumn, Wis.=M.rs. Carl D)ahlke.
Maternit v Troubles.
Worceeter, Mass.= Mrs. losylva Cotd, 117
Indianalolis, Itd.=lMrs. A. P. Anderson, 1207
E. Pratt Street.
Big IRun, Pa.=Mrs. W. E. Pooler.
Atwater Station, O.- 1lrs. A nt l 3uelhanlt.
Cincinnati, Ohio.=M.rs. E. H. Madducks, 1;;3
Mlogalore, Ohio.=Mrs. Leo Manges, Box 13,1.
-)ewittvillo, N.Y.=Mrs. A. A. G;ils.
Johnstown, N. Y.-Mrs. lomter N. Seaman, 103
E. Main Street.
Iurtonview, lll.=M3rs. Peter Langenbahn.
Hampstead, Md.-.Mrs..los. 1i. Dandy.
Adrian, Ga.-Lena V. Henry, Route 'No. 3,
Indianapolis, ind.m.Bessio V. Piper, 2' South
Louisville. Ky.= Mrs. Sam TLee, 3523 Fourth St.
South West Harbor, Maine. -Mrs. Lillian
Robbins, Mt. Desert Iight Statlin.
Detroit, Mich. =Mrs. Frieda Rosenae , M44
Mleldrum Avenue, German.
MIozier, Ills.=Mrs. Mary Ball.
Ligonier, Ind.=Mrs. E:liza Wond,R.P.D. N. 4.
Melbourne, Iowa. =. Mrs. Clara Watermaun,
R. F. 1). No. 1.
Bardstown, Ky.= Mrs. Joseph Hall.
Lewiston, Maine.=aMrs. Henry Cloutier, 56
Minneapolis, Minn.=Mrs. John G. Moldan,
2115 Second Street, N.
Shamrock, Mo.=Josie llam, R.F. 1. No. 1;
Marlton, N.J.=Mrs. Geeo. Jordy, Routo No.3,
Chester, Ark.=Mrs. Ella Wood.
Ocilla. Ga.=Mrs. 1'. A. Cribb.
Pendleton, Inl.=1Mrs. May Marshall,1.Rl44.
Cambridgeo, Neb.= Mrs. Nellio Mslander.
These women are only a few of thousands of living witnesses of
the power of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to cure female
diseases. Not one of these women ever received compensation in any
form for the use of their names in this advertisement-but are will
ing that we should refer to them because of the good they may
do other suffering women to prove that Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound is a reliable and honest medicine, and that the
statements made in our advertisements regarding its merit are the
truth and nothing but the truth.
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. DIEIII, of Mann's Choice, R.F.D., No. I, Pa., writes:
"Please send me a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for rheumatism and stiff joints.
It is the best remedy I ever knew for I can't do without it."
Also for Stiff Joints.
Mr. Mnr.To WHEELER, 2100 Morris Ave., Birmingham, Ala., writes:
"I am glad to say that Sloan's Liniment has done me more good fosltif
joints than anything I have ever tried."
is the qickest and best remedy for Rheuma
tism, Sciatica, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises
and Insect Stings.
Price 25c., 50c., and $1.00 at All Dealers.
Send for Sloan's Free Book on Horses. Address
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
) perHrnlllneg i. NEWTON'S PATENT 6IN SAW FILER
T. 60-'aw (;h li rIed ll
rouc sagretlyIn lcrease your busines with noezr Ov"r lY'.tJ' ton( Gi~itIilns
tra Investment by selling Alfred Peatse' Prize tar. ,d in the .SLth to
Wnllpaper. We want one good worker In eacho
icnty and to the first worthly applicnt w rill sendi .
_-lE by Dre~ii es&esae five large sample Gaiad they hare to he liii
books showing a 250,. Wnallner Stc, onre or monse tinle e;rch
forcutomerltoselectfrom. Woofer libe·ral plrofits ,.anol. liV li'ii New
o onrrepreweniatitvee. Answer quirkly that you my tii*. swi ;in Filr. ev';7
set the agency in your vicinity for 1910. fr
and the Gin will dii liori' \r,,,rkI arld nltll(i].
better sample than arty other coetihrid of riling.
PARKER'S Prlee or Fllergn d lle, ---, - --- --5.0o
HAIR BALSAM . PrlceofEztraIFllePU,teach, --,--
Promote. Iluxuriant growth. rtE W. S. NEWTON CO.. New London, Cons.
JNevPer Fails to Restore Gray -
-alt to its Youthful C olor. Ii h t Il--
_nrscalp disea--. & halt. aiiog. Iiiiwi tmpson as E-ve a
50c ! auld$tl.O01t DThul A. sr ys s ae
hitnful ceriodt .
(ihe" n, Al. .=\ Mrs.\W. T. 1:al . ii ,oute .,..i .
I'h i c ,, J li.= J1r +. \ V . T u lly , 44 , ,' .c":e u A v.
Paw Pawy, Jh1h.=1:.ý. Eu":na I, ajr.
Flukhiug, i lch.='.iMrs. ilrt l.,yd, 1. F. ).
N, .3; ,:,roof i.. A S.S:,lrn.
(',ff rrvilie, 1; .;.= M 2r. ... .I.,t:rs.
Clue'i utt t, uhio.= 1 s. Flu a Ahr, 1362 Ernst
Ciev,,l.tid, Ohio =ii-s Lizzio Steiger, ,5i
F'i,,,t .\vit: lu , ' .l
W sv rilleI, ' ta.= 31rs. . 'ia Ester,li.F.I .1
Iversburg.'tenn =Mr. l- Il illiard, ..1L..
l1aytieh, V ia.=iris. 31tay ue Wndle.
'. rrin, 11 .--Mr.. * F:.F. , i'r, l l.l
\Iiuituh ter, Ii, .= -1ls. 1a- D Ieal.
ti'v,.-r, .tu ".=l. .: itm. ,t L. h.It Fl . D..T'c o. 1.
laltihnlre, .1.-=Mrs. W. S. Ford, 1;t.,4 Lan.
tional 11M ili rv I,,..
Lebalnn, a.=\!:., Harry L. Ritth', 2:3 I ch
;anll t Srcet.
SykesTn, ,'ln.= Min nin1:11.
Dn :nit, ich.= lMrs. L,,ullwoJung,332Chetnut
St. Oarlan Troubtle.
Vileunntov. ltId.=.Mrsy. Iy. . eraul,, f,.t N.
'Tlentt it Sir r t.
Gardliner, r.lnue.=lMrs. S. A. Williams, 1I. P.
I. No. 14; lb.x 0
Female WVeaknese .
Willimantic, Cvuu.=.M rs. .Etta lonovanl, loxz
Wro,,side, Idah.=--Mrs. llavhel Johncon.
Rocklandi, Maie.=t Mrs. Will Yountg, 6 Col
Senttvillo, M1ich.=Mrs.J...Johnson. .I.D..
aytront, Ohi,.=M.rs. F. It. Smith, 431 Elha St.
Erie, Pa.= Mrs.. . P. Et liich, It. F. . No. 7.
Beaver Falls, Pa.-= Mrs.. W. 1'. Boyd, 2103
Sevent h Aveunttue.
FAirehance,Pa.=Mrs. 1. A. Dunham. Bo 152.
Fert iunter, Pa.=Mrs. Alarylint Shatt,.
Fast Earl, Pea.=1Irs. Augustus ,yon, It.F.Ib.2.
\ienua, W. Va.=Mrs. Emntna Wheaton.
(ronogo, Alo.=MIrs. Ma Kn tiettitht.
Catmden., N..=Mra. Tillio Waters, 451 Liber
Joseph, Oregon.=MTrs. Alien IlHuffman.
Philadelphia:, Pat. Mrs. John Johnston, 210
Christiana, Tenn.=Mrs. Mary Wood, I. F. )D.
Pecos, Texas.= Mr,. Ada Young E g:gl~ston.
Graniteville. \'t.=Mrs. Chas. Barclayh: . I.I':.I