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raol ot. *ure. :Its ttgoes does wlere. 7F obehid .f3ll 1 at"-t oz ter Everybody.'1 C.yaraintmy sc of Diamornud Raud*d-B w ieit aibjeda 1.Nod sliest of tbus boout. N p w ;fir rie r No.: by Lot. Cw SIt~aooot e ollear~doiVtO a by Gace Shrley. he- at aabwa (y· .ý_ suiib yll uwidaitte IS oot s ths b.oreot y teb *.. Mad ofa cubeq uid byacusten o pol toesoty. ;.gro ot l ;N5 AD lluXT .4 pof '"' i " W Ths i an t trctlr bok fry gleddr Seekr. No. by rme. Claps uou~ro0 erla No. tby aGyp 9 eu. me we ýs Tell ieu"D·sr iNe. by PIS dart .t" wo lww. NO. 261 M Trobw Robert G ,·i .O; lo~car. l arner~n the book tells O ·-i0~7~z nmr xri mmE , No. to , t raise by sob by all uaQ~ rodafets.10 rouseach, o rootby ila pu 31t eyr n raatp of prie. and s oats otrc Ah poaya a it S IT I I. 2411 W Rilos ®t. Were Tork so aFor 2urns and Scald, Vse SMNUSTANG LINIMENT ft THE BEST LINIMENT MADE FO3 MAN ORI BEAST. THERE IS NO TEST LIKE THE TEST 07 TIME AN) VSE w GIRLS PASSING INTO WOMANHOOD ný require a mother's most careful watching least these delicate organs of the sexbecomeweakened and irregular in their aotion. Very many of the pains and miseries of woman's later life could be easily prevented by proper care atthis early period g when the menstrual functions are just beginning. G. F. P. taken at this time will enable Nature to start the budding woman with an abundance of health, every organ performing its functions reg ularly and painlessly. Had MRS. DAISY SHAW, of Luls, Miss., taken 0. P. P. when she was evelopilng Into womanhood much of her suffering could have been avoided. She writes as follows: "I was sick for a year with female complaints. The doctors did me no dand my husband and parents thought I would die. I woas so poor and thin and looked so had that my friends all said I could not recover. I began a course of G. F. P. treatment, have taken cight bot tles and they have entirely cured mc. I am doing ll my housework and haven't a sign of ache or pain. I wish every suffelring woman could have C. F. P., for it is an ideal remedy for female sailmenits." You can get . F. P. from your druggist or dealer for $1 a bottle. Write to the Ladies' Health Club. care L. Gerst.ie & Co.. Chattanooga. Tena fo fre rndi~al advice CflCerlrctinfl IniY feiturre Iii your crrue you do Tenn.. for medcr erstad ad bout whick Yiu wi h instruction. Ciat you maY treat yourself at home. No lefor oxa n lol or adoeo Weprocre gateaul No ~llMancheS that PAY and Ielp Lentorm to succo. llhrne V. S. ao Forelg Patent pnett Ir C I' bnii Mot lmhctt . Sopoalno Cose D.C OttboobOOS as e x ccxmleats and honor. aat 'a . emn. Highest plktgurbl H~and"ýa h. awe.brr ILji 6f .I.Lr . lar Y. Fnis, lldCrrtLat·· D I PAY SPOT (`ASH FORL m~~ LA?4D WARRANTS bu ed taLd adie tr o any rwar: Also Solder s ' Addl tsual NomitludBight& Write moat ones !rANK H. REGIER. 1.0.301, Dnlutsr. 0o10. Sicl(J~erl ous ~ .A-erIji c Headaehs mans, ý TO2 eC/(~ I:. -~:'-· - :wl 'z~ 'kep`7 11 M 1*I tiMst 4Ci1?ti ''ys. `'' of 4egpllr. ti her. 0SMi3'I6 see butter eoloe. .dnr1 'd' as they do-use JUND deal BUTTER COLO. thati ___________ able 'A f ised 'cigar contains as much el to $ra1ns of nicotine; a pipetiul of the bacco not more, as a rule, than t o thi of a grain. A. and do stol W ..1 .,.ins us ST. JACOBS. ~ do res posmrVELY CUmE be Ino tin Rheumatisma to ath, Neuralgia ea' no ria Backacheti ah N ea;ir · l Backa~che W' Headache hi~ Feetache w All Bodily Aches -2 AND s U CONQUERS PAIN. yme ' SAWYERS EXCELSIOR BRAND Suits and: ,,. Slickers '-to an / x Wt~ sw i slpmCý a~ls mU MuiatSd3 ard wak an 'a~ wuiarb. Iamb mtri miS. It your dsler G ut u't ad i ero ta, e for catalosase to . U. BAWYER a SON. aSh olo mnr.. ",Emt Cambwldgc, loa Bats and their parasitce are held responsible, by an Italian expert, for the transmission of plague in some caces. Mrs. Winslow's Sootbiflna ru . For chldnren teethilng, softens the guKuS, rrnCcss IS. C mFolslon.ll D pein. cures wind colic. 1c albottl. In Italy a well may not be sunl within 100 yards of a cometery. In Austria and France double this dis tance is the law. 7 e r had oele 63 aion obenebliitt m H T 's ,6a,'astSuanday.taý' w0o~ahere +' isid .he, b~lminlj -upon tl Mrs. .dTobsoss. rigt -alter Bula dinner,. el h au need S rest, do you know that' '0 Mrs. JTobson made so0150 deprenatory lit. peen p11~ tie retoelk but Mr. Jobsen wouldn't hear they Carl eirn. He'd 'ot oway with a ptet'ty Dusy .dinner, and he' was in benign humor. :'None ý0' "that self-depreciation now, my Hie-Y' dear," said he. You need a test, and 'Iserry 101 can see it.. So here's what: You're going A.'AR. thing up right, that's what we will. The y and take te whole week for it. We can't a do it right i you're to han over . l Sstove fixing up meals all. the time. or try- yor bes;·i de 01 nd b ea a i ga coedj gy rgto br ze or persuade the girl to rig popular Sjust come pretty nigh cutting the whole state. meal-getting businoess out of the program Sfor the whole week. that's what we'll do.'v ull "But," mildly demurred Mrs. Jobson, I "what ar we going to do for. mealso " pieces ir ionh, I gues s we'll do all right" airily the 44 chartesad out before they w ent, tbd son r o responded Mr. Jobson. "This thing o' be ingt haie don to onetlittlhe plnt forhee eals is all right in its way for ordinary abetob tl s y neh e~iea .lik e r a ocktai tI s all st times bunt on occasions of festivity like , the doiungs of the o. A. R. week igt won't oes·~B nt..Shen'~ shehotoms four eanyin epc to foave a minute oe and it isn't onecesary, tor Io besides. We'd be a mellow pair of idiots C now, wouldn't we a-running home here right in the middle of the fun down town receive to get together a dinner with a lot o' fuss fyos t sand fea athers and t , when it's so easy to drop into any oldedesirable place, just where we happened to be, and get The whatever we wan to eat."wrl Mrs. Jobson tried t o enthuse over thel r bully scheme just to please Mr. Jobson Ameer but she didn't make much as a fist of it.ars e having become o pretty well acquainteu ts wi th Mr. haen during thaeir married life. solid T But she agreed to ed Mr. Johbson's proposi-an tion, and so is was all arranged and charted out before they went to bed on Sunday night. Dr. on Mondeay morning Mr. Johnson waso up pretty early, and he threw open the Drops, shutters aun gazed out at the mellow Oc-l and h bre t kfstag A ar bosna Well." said Mrs. Jobson "I can end vellouli e do beorner mnuears ands amaisn't to eclose, tare e the girl, when she comes foa r anything especi you want, bul t I, thought we weroe goinge to have simply coffee and a roll, and then It is w" n we got down town-" beu t"Sure enough, you're right-" ejaculated Mr. Jobson. his amiability not to e shak- sixty bolen-yet. "Forget all about that swell l scheme of ours. But, saye r. Jmy ar, sonup- An pose we get kind of a move on and have that coffee and roll, anyhow. eh 1 could accusn o hamSn baun eggs just ne, but we'll jsa t On Mndt mrningof donoing t msebl stick to the sch edule, and get ou t for the Toakr Sregular shedule g breakfast as soon as s Spossible." ug They had the acoffee and rolls, of whIch 1Yaphingon Star Mr. obson partook with rather a blank If expression, and he w'asn't quit so com- W athe made t ohe aoye .dn thong o spea m u111t a n pesan a ls hent hadben educ ti car about I o'cl ck. Mr. obson thrust no Mrs. Jobson Into one of the first resta'.ii- It ants the came to after getting off the A car but thme place was packe ad wthe iti strangers. They sailed ot to another forts u restaurntO . and this establishmentb es dami o was crowded. By tipping the head waiter or t Shalef a dollar Mr. Jobson finally managed Ad to get P couple of sets 'w'ay back c!0 o Sol the waiters path to the kitchen. The hame 25 c I and eggs that they got didn't appear to Alle Imake any va beht eit Mr. boiedn Tad}her ham had 'apparently no so before anid the bollcd slices had been thrust into the frying pan. the A Mr. Joboson made a gallant attemtn take it all ehc'ertully. howe'v'Ci' but there was a sort of far-away look in his eyes. after they'd taken in othe shows on If avenue, long before -2'lok ".Come along." said dMr. Job.son clutch- does lug Mrs" Jobson by the arm. "and wt'll get a meal somewhe~re'-I could eat a pra-Sa ire idog stuffed with firecrackers." It wasn't long before Mrs. Jonsoti fears fact were realized. The foolishsslahe oef ans res dent of a garl city pthe iting imsanglf s foragingpawiht when' there was no n issiti ng sTroings and egg tha neessat idty fo~r 0 " ng5 Ial soon became apparent. The restaurants were crowded to their uo stn apacityt Mr. Jobson draggedr Johann along te D squares of Pennsylvanlia and then pa trolled F street a.tlmost from one end to !I the otherad eth coldo .t mth t morer than get beyond the doors of he re least restaurants. Mr. Jobs ming w Leas alln but lifter a; med Mrs. Jobson on to a car bound toward di thei pett saage Atlenth e al bt lithed r their home. There -as a wolpdfi glare del d he Mr obsn' eyesfe asb tlpi ofa the t b ?rner neareestelils hone. and, goig into a orr Sing. bofh four cans of sardines, tocn ofsalmon, two pounds of cheese. three r s to loaves of re bread and a lot of other ] ýe of iuick luniichspplies. and, carrying them i home almost at a run. spread them out I Sfi g- and went at them like a famished hyena. On the following morning Mr Johnn whn lppdout of bed at h -ast and he was out of the house before Mi's. Jobson be colE dawoke. Hle was hack home a bit before 7 'clock, ith a big market basket on each ~s~dam. e thade speynt the mornin at the P e street market ned lie'th had weniugth food ie. I stuffed iway In his two ug miarket has- fit Spa ~elts to vietitual a rIatocn of hiredl m' t ".Are y'ou readly for your coffee and ini ;an a iclls?" rinuired sirs. Jobsotn. meeting him u o toot- i the basement hall as he clompd in. ti: doing "No, madam. Iun not readiy for oty ,v ery 'oaf'enian rolls" replied Mr. o "but f" hofir,1'ltlyowat n yo'.ready SIanou foat to he ready oi eo.,ki 'ee for me. too r nm,,, ready for about four o' thiese prk lei hops. lr,'nsa'Ie it. ii a u bieinlet. beoand g, elsyouk ih tl may ledInthc baskets that's rddo ut for hin'Eakat ch olneJintit and the b going~ to be frt all~ ohands Futhei'tfl ore I on. .'atuictdlf rn's~l n h tI~i cth herlctr It's rarJ from\' c~" bugn cult o'l thi house for th thre husemI ent2 unti itfir drkdoffng notl abt l ht hing but eaing-just heatlig Ant i" the dor "odg tolnm gent rid f oitgth misrable held itte amont ofll. honselvurk that;Pn obut are oct for reqiredob· crd to , perorm for~ your husliand there'~s~ goi ng) to he aIn old·u'fa~shited nuc-' a an. tion sler I~caroutu he11re,~to and ta'wht!" Wasing tonb Star.21hn s ~ut elo There areo greaterg v!1 r·tues than ti ft, Ith ~nirc5 da' ishettei' to ih enlsStha rgto have ( esittl ben rcto mtich o a saer .-ThC tuspeak-t Th ohnly salt Inve~-jstmet careig eduction ?e sun aride hath.-'Dsrie Ef crti'n.hemsea itle ou may be hoscure h ei will houmpr his, dis. hiisrelf If yrrou do'thOt pelightfba Ami'rt~R gie'ttts ea l-~hold n Ba h~oIto abit are'n lehese n that' would suc af~h Hercuj~les _ toefmne' ASeke U't nde thneo l'animr of· dversity. -~e n h the Death of Sirue llauncellrlt. I Mo btherst plersnifynle c~cmthance toh" ~clotR battng.o crmpifng fater--T'he iteactie. Wev'prftby truth. and if ve w seem to loe, ti u the earnest "fI u h d g '·:reater yo galn nRamswal'oa Indian ya-l Duty iswha ethink auiisblout whrenil or ae remhI·ndme of bycrditrsit...'a~ son'es "Dums's f icmsacst Be iredes people in e wrdis dotean o fIatllg t rakesenioc ease.-SoO. Rsce The foo'sea roi was mat, n ifo teknve'sw togueae g~naawm' India arl les TheJ thing li o pay for I fondi "euty me geat over hsdfiut e orgame of lifep well an cdlouharis tul~n Be woredst pohde imtain ldeoles isn' al Whtt~en ae mn'Co55t 5t make lo in hi ife, someothear H~smana bgn.far les fora the Elte.gtdd"t~a o on motexea~c--0h ~rl'8Pel~e Jus;t to g oa his tast' "Hw wll you ae yaeour eggs cooed?"_, aske thei ai ter. Makye an difference In~rlta the cot ' em' \ineui the custonir.-h e'autiou ~aaly."o' The flagst one 'a'a~lk n the pr ison yard bye no mean ther fla bgis of th £es . ,bUt v'ybody thinks-abe ian stop'. l an' thu d* gv'meant wifout .o pract'ce uhramtever. Ital's soldiers sae loom heavily laden than those of any other Euro pean' Power. I's rIl marchint order they carrY only. 57 pounds. He-=You told your mother .1 was *crry for having .made at idiot of my oelf at her dinner party lost night? She-O, she said she noticed nothing Sr. -idal. The youngest mayor in Ohio is V. E. Bradbury, of Gallipolis, who ig just 24 years old. Mayor Bradbury is very popular in his section of the Buckeye state. There. are over a hundred distinct pieces in the ordinary shoe, including the 44 parts, the lasting tacks, the heel nails, threads and laces. J. E. Lodge, a second son of Sena L tor Lodge, has taken hold of the Egyiptian exploration fund, which has received many thousands of dollars Sfrom the people of New England. I The most expensive book in the A world has lately been given by the Vhl SAmeer of Afghanistan to .the Shah. SIt is a copy of the Koran, bound in M D. solid gold and ret with pearls, rubies I and diamonds. It cost $400,000. the Dr. August Koenig's hamburg Cut e Drops, as a blood purifier, strength e- and health restorer, and a specific for is all stomach, liver, and kidney trou- L 't- bles, leads all other similar medi or cines in its wonderful sales and mar nr vellous confidence of the people, n especially our vast German population. tu tn, It is not a new and untried product, tu ed but was made and sold more than u La Lk sixty years ago. opgi `2 Anyway, the man who loses is not da accused of playing unfairly. cUr. ter E usthe To Care a Cold in One day. ts Take LaxativeBromo Quinine Tablets All druggistrlefund money if it fails to cure. 5c. th Ich __ ,mk Wit is said to be the salt of conver- he een sation, yet most people prefer it fresh. he a lc 'ust tic L1r- In Winter Use Allen's Foet-Ease. ti A powder. Your feet feel uncom- ab her fortable. nervous and often cold and too. damp. if you have sweating, sore feet g Ater or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. A. ig ed h dto Sold by all druggists and shoe stores, ral 25 cents. Sample sent free. Address e toe Allen S. Olmsted, Lo Roy, N. Y. xi The -l been A few reverses do not discourage t to the girl who is learning to waltz. fel here fe yep. Try One Package. the If "Deflance Starch" does not please ttch- you, return it to your dealer. If it wel does you get one-third mo;e for the `r pra- same money. It will give you satis fears faction and will not stick to the iron. resi- -------- on a Man can see a sorrow at twice the V ng so distance he can see a blessing. 01 rants P_ g ti THE ST. PAUL CALENDAR it pa- FOR 1903 nd to much o el sheets 10x15 inches, of beautiful ,f the reproductions. in colors, of pastel ' lifted drawings by Bryson, is now ready for I award distribution and will be mailed on re- C are in ceipt of twenty-five (25) cents-oli g i nto a or stamps. Address F. A. huller, Gen se, he eral Passenger Agent, Chicago. r rcans e other If a man never chlanica his mind he them is either very ght or vey stubborn. Jobson One-half the world doesn't let his nbdson better half know how he lives. efore 7 n ec n each INSIST ON GETTING IT. h food some grocers say they dont keep e Shbas- fiance Starch. This in because they have t ". a Stack on hand of other brands conta-n tand ing only 12 oz. in a ,pactckiie. which they ng him aon't be able to soil inst. because Dc 1 in. tiance contains 16 oz. for the same mioneY. ,or my Do you want 16 oz. in'tead of 12 oz. n. "but for sae moneyt Then buy Dciaace nd You Starch. tequires no coukillg. e. too! pork The growth and prosperity of Min ht(vir nesota are well indicated by the num nd the bec of new banks organtzed this year. rr are. Seveoty aepulchral urns containing horetin old coins and othe-r relics dating from ing not the Augustan epoch have been dis And the covered at Aquileia, the ancient Re icerable man town near Trieste which was de 3 uabanJ stroyed by Attila. h haat - According to an official report there were between Jan. 1, 1901, and March Book'* 31. 1902. 1,844 strikes in Italy, lnvolv brrtft. It ing 438,00) men. Two-thirds of these nsph -strikes, organized by the Socialists, resulted favorablY to the men. luc~ation - It hump The.New South Wales government ei gthtful has sunk 82 artesian wells, 56 of o1d suck which brought water Quite to the Speckled surface. Only eight were total fail ures. forCe -C--C----- int. The chur.:h that labors under a nces to mortgage has little time to help oth ue. era. everver We _________ jestF y 'f- mortgages always b;uwted some when I church spires would be holes in the -.-vavid ground. d is dean The Potomac river is only 500 miles enknav's long, and in its lower course rather as leseund an estuary than a stream. Ity some- A PhiladBlirhia baby was choked re r is tlos u cently by a peanut shell given it by the ditti Its mother to keep it from crying. er es) Thoustnds of caribou, or North ove to his ' American reindeer, are to be found in gaabes for Newioundland. you have Australia now contains more unex It o o 'em plored territory in proportion to its . . size than any other continent. ,neas City _ L L L Misfortune la no respetor of persons rison yard -ad neither is Fortune, for that mat a re tr. 771 Fibroid Tumors Cured. A distressing case of Fibroid Tumor, which baffled the skill of Boston doctors. SMrs. Hayes, of Boston, Mass., in the following letter tells howv she was : cured, after everything else failed, by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veggable Compound ii MZrs. Hayes' First Letter Appealing to Mrs. Pinkhamil for Helps "DEAn M. s. PIxrrA: - I have been under Boston doctors' treat mentfor a long time without any relief. They tell me I have a fibroid A. tumor. I cannot Sit down without great pain, and the soreness extends t up my spine. I have bearing-down paiens both back and front. My ab domen is swollen, and I have had flowing spells for three years. My ap petite is not good. I cannot walk or be on my feet for any length of time. ot The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor given in your little book arc curately describe my case so I write to you for dvice." -(Signed) Mrs. B. F. IHAES, 252 Dudley bt., (Roxbury) Boston, Mass. An Note the result of Mrs. Pinkham's advice-al is. though she advised Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, to take rer- her medicine - which she knew would help her - osh. her letter contained a mass of additional instruc tions as to treatment, all of which helped to bring ýn- about the happy result. tnd "DLIn Mus. PISI Aid: - Sometime ago I wrote to you describ 'eet ing my symptoms and asked your advice. You replied, and I followed e. all your directions carefully, and to-day I am a well woman. res, WS The use of Lydia E. Pinkham'5 Vegetable Compound entirely expelled the tumor and strengthened my whole system. I can walk age "Lydia E. Pjnkham's Vegeale Compound is worth five dol lars a drop. I advise all women who are afflicted with tumors or female trouble of any kind to give it a faithful triaL"-(Signed) Mus. E. F. HAYEs, 252 Dudley St., (Roxbury) Boston, Mass. ease MIountains of gold ould not purchase such testimony-or take f it the place of the health and happiness which Lydia E. kinkbamu's the Vegetable Compound brought to Mrs. Hayes. x Such testimony should be accepted by all women as convincing evidence that Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound stands the without a peer as a remedy for all the distressing ills of women; all ovarian troubles; tumors; inflammations; ulceration, falling and dis placements of the womb; backache; irregular, spressed or painful menstruation. Surely the volume and character of the testimonial let ters we are daily printing in the newspapers can leave no room for doubt. atttni Mrs. Hayes at her above address will gladly answer any letters astel which sick women may write for fuller information about. her illness. y for 1er gratitude to Mrs. Pikiiham and Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable in re- Compound is so genuine and heartfelt that she thinks no trouble iwtoo -coin great for her to take in return for her health and happiness. Gen- Truly is it said that it is Lydia E. PInkbaam's Vegetable Coin pound that is curing so many women, and no other medicine; don't for get this when some druggist wants to sell you something else. aid he $5000 FORFEIT if we cannot forthwith produce the original letters and uignuS 02 shen ,bo:. t' waui', which i prove t eir absoluc gednuineC.L K.cu I Pinkbala hYlodicid Co.. Zrym. NWm. ANUARY BUYING Ther ose no time T the Trnqth."r satiefa time ltkyies . Theho ar rush Is over em the early Sprin trade baa not~t begun. In January 'ou al ways gelt iret piLe of all tho earliest burini goods tat thereis orh lo timee to fill arnd ship your orders with greater promptaess. gdsapdpearac is athe tommnieto ll-andagn Send 15i cente TDAY for onrlrhrr General Catalogo hlwe t o, 1ii iveo; el.tur". licerip kidns ard prl kep nalmot acvr)Ithinlb youa eat, Wear or rue Savr to Lt o1 everything you pirchaso by eudiug your orders to sMONTGOMERY WARD & CO. CHICAGO The house that Tells the Truth."s n it A d:. ,f1 0 ~ l I I i- flow often we hear the remark, a that this or that child seems to be forever h- catching every disease that makes its appearance in the community-and again it is noted that other children never aecm to be sick. ie A child whose stomach, bowels. liver and kidneys are kept In healthy action by that pleaaant remedy. l Dr. Caidwell's (Laxative) re. Syrup Pepsin by never acquires the "sick habit." The child who is continually catching every diasase known to children is thc child whose system rth sin a congested condition. You can insure your child's health, and save expensive doctor bills and a lot of worry, if you have a bottie of this laxative in the house and see that it Is used regularly. ALL DRUGGISTS Its 50c and $1.00 B.Cttia PltK.BS F iforXai the asling. bo INe PEPSIN SYRUP CO., W. W" Ills. aItr WATERPROOP OILED CLOTHING heYou bt arments bearin9 tb above traememrkyou have the resul of more than half century of experience bke by our guarantee. SOLD BY REPRESENTATIVE TPADE EVERYYOI5 A. J.TOWER CO..BOSTON.MASS. CUREI rop Gives Sy elief. Removr all swelling in ito so day ,; effects a pertmicit cure in uoto 6o days. Trialtreatmeni gruenfree Nothingcftflbefairet Write Dr. H. Green's Son Speciatlists, Box R. Atlanta,$ P 1 ijL4, 1210 M. FAQ TS. NO Ave~ rn Burh e. ETC.NO HO S10 T 18103. I MLION SKUNTo a Ep Wat A~.d other raw h'ure wanted for exportW I bID tflultedNitTS n ipo E WWtor $36 Weely Selesrn*an.ltY OuN tExerence uAnecessary. uexpense~o outfit M..eg t prem. tutn secures orders. Holland Cigar Co.. St. Louh,*S Ss r Awningsr. iWagon Corere. 1 t ingis Banner.,t e. LA N .'MA i.A:N 9 Kto. LAXL TMIET CO., MOULMON. TEXAS. BAS cn8hE6MAN-Fexccl lent Position. Ttfet WANTEDL-c,,,,e line. App dI is oiw, fv:LI TOBACCO WOMBS, CIty Wbhe Answering Advertislemets Kindly Mention This raper. WNUHOUSTON. NO. 49-90o2 Dss oo .1 S In toms It