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Title: Key West Citizen
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Language: English
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Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: November 11, 1918
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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THE KEY WEST CI"
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
VOLUME XXXi2C. No. 308. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918.
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(BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 11--Thb world's war is ended. The armistice
was. signed atidnight and .hostilities cease at 6 o'clock this mbrnfiig,Washington
time. The Kaiser and the crown prince have fled the country.


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.ONDAY, NO E- -- i T. KEY WES O , III I, I


KEY


WEST'S


MOST


SEARCHING


TEST IS


COMING


First United War Work Campaign to Raise $42,000 For Purposes Named Below


THE TEST
The test of Key West is to come in
the week from November 11 to
November 18, Between these dates,
Monroe county is asked to subscribe
$42,000 to the United War Work
Agencies as a free gift to measure
the willingness of our citizens to add
comforts to the boys in uniform in
the camps of this country and at the
front.
Our sincerity is on trial in our
earnest claims that are our hearts
are with our lads over there.
And Key West will not fail.
The test we aie having applied is
different from the several we have
met in calls for subscriptions to the
Liberty Loans and the War Stamps
and the Thrift Stamps. Our record
is unsullied by faltering or hesita-
tion or failure. We have met all
these claims and met them with
greater subscriptions than were set
for us.
None of these tests, however, were
like the new test. Now we are call-
ed on to give our money to a fund
that shall be divided as appears on
the renter of this page in the sev-
eral amounts for the seven great en-
terprises. It goes to carry the spirit
of the home to the camp, the trench
and the fleet. It brings within the
reach of every man in uniform the
chance to write the letter home, to
get the little extras of food and ser-
vice that the stern business of war
has administered through the quar-
termasters cannot bring. It gives the
glad word to the family of the sol-
dier when sickness calls them near.
In the community houses, the wives
and mothers and friends of the boys
are cared for.
The "Y'" the K. C. huts and the
Salvation Army, together with the
other agencies offer the means of
relaxation from time to time from
grim war.
THE FIRST STEP
Yesterday morning all over the
city there was a splendid showing on
the billboards, advertising the drive
for these funds. Thv large stands
were furnished by Cusack and were
put up by Theodore Roberts who thus
becomes the contributor to the cam-
paign in the city and a most gener-
ous one at that. For Mr. Roberts
also offered the executive committee
the use of all the space needed on
the boards for the other displays, in-
cluding the special paper sent on from
Jacksonville by Roger Danilsh, The
alert and prompt assistance of
Aurelio A. Torres, the Movie Man,
solved the rest of the problem of
posting while he used his advertising
department to distribute and post the
attractive posters and advertising
furnished in part from the State
Headquarters at Jacksonville and in
part from the National Headquarters
at Washington and New York. Otheip
to help in the work were the aid of the
Camp Community Service, proffered
by Secretary Daniels, and that of the
school children of Key West, managed
by Glen C. McKay who is in charge
of the boys. Some of the advertising
matter was saved and more of it will
be put up in another week.
While the first public step came
with the announcements of the bill-
boards the real first step was taken
three weeks ago when a party of
state officers. met at tilhe Chamber of
Commerce in consultation with Dis-
trict Chairman E. B. Emrey and
some twenty-five others. No report
was made of this at the time and so
the ringing address of Rev. Father
McDonnell has never been reported,
for by agreements, no publicity was
to Le used for this campaign until
the answer of the American people
had been given to their country's call
for subscription of the enormous
bond issue of six billion"Tollars in the
Fourth Liberty Loan. You know what
that answer was, oversubscription.
And when Father McDonnell said
that this was to be the answer, he
was a true prophet and when he said
that the new call in this campaign
would be made with a like response,
a like confidence is felt in his prophe-
tic vision. He struck the keynote for
the campaign when he said, "The
newspapers are telling us every day
what our boys are doing for us over
there. We over here have a chance
to show what we will do for these
boys."
f' '*" THE PLAN
Chairman Emrey, in laying out his
plans for this campaign, laid down as
his first principle, something for ev-
erything and so he has arranged for
a week of lectures, music, functions,
stunts, parades, sports, programs and
doings that will make the week Nov.
11-18 memorable in our county.
Every pastor of the city is asked
to use one service on Sunday, Novem-


her 10 in presenting the claims for
the occasion on the general topic,
"They are offering their future, their
lives for us; what'shall we do for
them?" It would be fitting to select
for hymns at that service the favor-
ite hymns of some of the boys who
ate away over there. No collections
are to be taktn up at any of the ser-
vieo on nr.r'ay, Nov. 10, for the


purposes of this campaign, The en- be arranged and new programs will
tertainment committee has arranged be announced daily. We have this
a program for every evening of the quota to raise, we want to raise it,
whole week. Some of these will be everybody wants to put Key West
given at the new airdrome at South where it belongs, but this can be done
Beach which Mr. Torres is just by individual effort and action only.
finishing and others at the Parlor ORGANIZATION
theatre. The state committee sent Rev. Otto
The details of each day will be J. Scheibe D. D. as District Director
given later. It is proposed to issue about a month ago and he has been
a special edition of The Citizen which actively working and planning ever


THE


THE


THE


who are looking forward to Nov. 11
to help out in the work.
The bulk of population of Monroe
county is in Key West where the
local organisation centers. Chief in
command and general manager and
director is E. B. Emrey, officially
known as District Chairman. Asso-
ciated with him to make the Executive
Committee are Rev. Father McDon-
nell, Chas. W. Chase, Wm. H. Ma-


TEST


T AL


$24,633 Young Men's Christian Association

$ 7,392 Knights of Columbus

$ 3,696 Young Women's Christian Association

$ 3,696 War Camp Community Service
$ 861 Jewish Welfare Board
$ 861|The salvation Army

$ 861! American Library Association


EXECUTIVE


of the .!Y" work, as chairman with
E. A. Sartain, F. L. Root and Brian
Jennings.
The following chairmen have been
appointed, these to fill their com-
mittees:
Industrial, W. H. Malone,
Cigars, Felipe Carbonell,
Stunts on Duval Street, V. C. John-
son.


TIME


$24,633

$ 7,392

$ 3,6%96

$ 3,696

$ 861

,$ 861
$ 861


COMMITTEE


E. B. EMREY, Chairman

REV. OTTO J. SCHEIBE, Campaign Director

REV. FR. McDONNELL, CHAS. W. CHASE,

WM. H. MALONE, MRS. STEPHEN F. LOWE


The Citizen force with the commit- since. He has been*very helpful. He lone and Mrs. phen Lowse. All Mercantile, L. T, Bragassa.
tee will have in charge. Opportunity is resourceful and very active. Speak- arrangements are V4#0 by this corn- Navy Yard, Willie MeClintock.
will be given in .it for advertising the ing Spanish fluently, he has been mittee which is in Irequent session. Ladies' Work, Mrs. Stephen Lowe.
spirit of this dirve, on the basis of just the best kind 6f an all round di- Developing from it are other corn- Boys' Work, Glen C. McKay.
the advertisement that has been rector. He has fitted in wherever mittees. I. A. Herrick was appoint- Fisheries; Chas. H. Ketchum.
done in the other drives. Special cuts there wvs anything to be done in ed Publicity Director. A. Aurelio The speakers bureau includes the
and designs have been prepared by the preliminary work. His work tis Torres and Theodqre Roberts have foll, wng:
the headquarters committee and have included the visiting of the ,nlib worked with him..'
been ordered forwarded ,to The Citi- miles of keys in our county, ad The tetam tsaar.e lM W. H. MALONE, Chairmax.
som office. ma has made many aequaitaew of -O the P. miaitt6T-4ti, r9 N 8T P. ROBERTS,
From time to time,". stlnts will friends daring his trips and stls RRif it*Bteretaly in tarp CHAt. L. NOWLES,


templation was being first planned.
They go and go and go. It is your
privilege to give and give and give
while they are doing the duty we
cannot do in person.
Someone has asked, what would
you give to be able to hand your boy
a cup of coffee tomorrow morning?
Well what would*you? These or-
ganizations are sending their repre-
sentatives where the. cup can be
given and your subscription goes to
make this possible.


Campaign Opens Monday, November 11. Continues 8 days.
Closes Monday, November 19.


Raising of Monroe County's Quota in United War Work Campaign
for the seven great War Organizations.


Forty two thousand dollars ($42,000)



THIS TOTAL TO BE APPORTIONED AS FOLLOWS:


REV. J. L. GRIFFITTS,
FERNANDO H. GATO,
JOSE MARQUEZ,
A. B. CLEAR.
The following chairmen have been
already appointed for the keys:
Islamarado, John A. Ruqsell,
Pigeon Key, G. C. Couch,
No Name, William Gibson.
Big Pine, Cleveland Wells.
Ramrod Key, J. F. Fraser.
Rock Harbor, John Pinder.
Marathon, E. V. Malone.
Cape Sable, John Poucher.
Additional committees will be ap-
pointed at the next meeting of the
executive committee, The plans re-
quire a hundred ladies and this work
is being arranged by Mrs. Stephen
Lowe. These will have charge of the
buttons, one of the attractive features
of the coming campaign.
The work among the colored peo-
ple will be handled by their own or-
ganization, working in connection
with the executive committee. They
have announced their intention to
raise 20 per cent of the quota and
already are laying their plans with
enthusiasm and along broad and
searching lines, lines that will search
out every dime that can be dislodged
for the great purposes of this cam-
paign. They have received and ar-
ranged for the distribution of a share
of the printed matter. Wednesday
evening a meeting of committee heads
was held at the Douglass school. In
the absence of Chairman W. S. Kuck-
ham, Vice Chairman Thos. R. Reid
presided. L. A. Gabriel was Secre-
tary. At a meeting on Monday eve.
ning there will be a final arrange-
ment for committees. Committee
chairmen will arrange their own
members to be announced at that
time.
The Publicity Committee includes:
J. N. English, Chairman and E. V.
Kemp, A. Welters and James Curry.
J. Fisher is general committee in
charge of arranging the work on the
keys.
A great deal of enthusiasm was
injected into this meeting by the ad-
dress of Secretary Rippey, in charge
of the Y. M. C. A. work in the dis-
trct. When he stated that the
itr $i"enits Ver offered to
he c0loA-d, Ia weall a the benefitss
of picture.-eows and entertainments,
he greatly increased the seal of the
meeting. When he stated that he was
trying to arrange for a separate unit
for the colored troops here, with a
secretary of their own, he was round-
ly applauded. Rev. Dr. Scheibe gave
an enthusing talk and so did Percy
Roberts.
THE MONEY
Many ask why in the division of
the contributions, the Y. M. C. A. re-
ceived the largest portion. This is
because of the extent of the work they
are carrying on, outside the regular
lines of work in which the Knights
of Columbus are co-operating fully.
The work in prison camps and the
work in the armies of the allies, in
Russia, Italy, France and elsewhere
is manner by the Y. M. C. A. But
all work together. The hut of the
Knight of Columbus is open for
religious services on arrangement just
as the pthers for any religious ser-
vices and all are alike jointly taking
charge of the many humanizing
pieces of work that the men from
home can do for the men who are
there. The proportions for distribu-
tion were arranged by agreement
among representatives of each of the
organizations. The joint drive is
made at the request of President Wil-
son. It is to represent the work
that all of us are ready to do for any
soldier in our cause.
NEED OF THE WORK
Some are saying that the war will

Austria is trying to get out of it and
Germany is talking peace. That is
all Germany is doing, talking peace,
so as to get time "to strengthen its
lines and get its armies together to
protect Jts own land from the awful
and wicked desecration it has caused
in other countries. The war wlil go
right on till Germany surrenders and
throws itself on the mercy of the
rest of the world. It will take time
to accomplish this. Meanwhile the
gigantic preparations of our country
continue. More men are being sent
each day, more men are being called
to the training camps and mere and
more the work increases as the num-
ber of nen to be served increases
with leaps and bounds. There are
now two million over there, twice as
many as it was thought could be
taken there when the drive in con-


MONDAY, NVME 1 98


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Mr. MeKlnle's letter
brihs cheer to all who
may*e ab erera as he
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A BUSY STORE
Our Drug Store is always comfortably filled
with customers because
WE HAVE THE GOODS YOU WANT
WE QUOTE FAIR PRICES
WE GIVE BEST QUALITY
WE ARE ACCURATE AND RELIABLE
WE ARE COURTEOUS
Bring your prescriptions her to be sure of the m9st scrupulous
care in filling.
Get your rubber goods ,toilet articles, sundries, candy, cigars
and stationery here where you receive the best quality and price.
Telephone us your orders.
ST. JOSEPH'S PHARMACY


SAMUEL BLACK, Mgr.


608 Duval Street


W. D. CASH
CORNER FRONT AND DUVAL STREETS.


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about, Surreys andl Phat'.', qrli
aad Milk Wagons, et., .S-dt..,.
Also can renew parts of '.- ria~ei'.
Agent for .... .


lonal Stock Food, Grain, Hay Feet
constantly arriving Buggies Ru.
g Drays, Georgia Wagons, delivery
rnmess, Collars, Carriage Lamps, aet.
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RITABLISHED 1858. TELEPHONb 1I61


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Pirst Class in Every Respect


Prices Economical


DICK HARRIS, Prop.


The Girl at "Information"
She's a clever girl and she would
like to answer every question asked her.
She is not a weather prophet, however;
she is not a newspaper; she is just a well
trained, efficient, special telephone oper-
ator whose work is to supply telephone
numbers to subscribers.

She has all necessary records for
that purpose at her disposal and she is
always ready to furnish numbers quick-
ly, cheerfully,and courteously.

You can help "Information" to'be
of even greater service to telephone
users, if you will not ask her for num-
bers that you can find in the Telephone
Directory. -
Always consult the Directory FIRST

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
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S1ILRS
RESERVMB
Training and fighting in oar
country's eause. You Tea
heartily welcome at the lite
ice cream parlor around thet
corner. Veribest leo cream, o.dd
drinks and candies, etc., SBa.
vice superb. 95 Duva4 temS
near Divisaon.
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i coutribLus by the meria WAR AND WOMEN
people the association bou 1tW1O.TI
WELookn mostly techncotl, of lch 16,- We hear much these days of what
207 were seat overseas. More than the women are doing ton the battle-
W OR1 A C I ,500,000 books of all kinds have ben line. How few American women are
assigned to libraries in Y. M, QA. strong enough to go to the front and
o ot Helptisoffered, and is freely given
war a ilr number be -to every nervous, delicate woman, by
INTO R LIE ARMY American trainingcaps, Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
While half a million are on warhbips Remember Ingredients on label. No
or transports. The assodlattlo has alcohol. In tablet or liquid form. All
Groat Organzations A Ar e cted and operates forty-one library druggists. Tablets sell for 60 cents.
Great Organization A bumldigal. In "female complaint," irregularity,
Heolpn to Keep Up t Morale T alvation A1,M with 110 or weakness, and in every exhausted
Helpirn TO p Up t ra work p, principally wge, overseas, condition of the female system, the
Of Fighting Millions Unite In has on the affectJon of the fighter. "Prescription" seldom falls to benefit
mpaIn a Afor $ 0,0, .Its ,01 huts, rest and reading roolps or cure. Pains, internal Inllammation
and ulceration, weak back, and kin.
Campaign for 70,00,000. lr gathering places for drd ailments are cured by It, ask
-- soldiers. The doughnut tried by Bal. your neighbor. It's a marvelous.
With millions of American men on nation lassies In hluts or trelebes and remedy for nervous and general de.
With onsilnlr Amerian n o given to the men have become tfamos bility, insomnia, or sleeplesaness.
jwar fronts, to training camps an on around the world Theo Salvation Write Doctor Pierce, Pres. Invalids'
the seas and with thousands of Amert- Army gave forty-four ambulances to Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for confidential
can women on foreign soll, all engaged the Ameriosa and AUllie' armies and advice and you will receive the medi-
In the stupendous task of making the in many other ways gives constant un- cal attention of a specialist, wholly
Sselfsh services without fee-no charge whatever,
world aate for democr4f, at great dSt Bend 10c for trial pkg. "Favorite
devolves upom those who remain ISa WORKERS Prescription Tablets."
the United Stateis,-the dtty of k 5ad- JWI Arcadia, Fia.-I a esatisfed that
ing Home to those who have put Ro vorite Prescrip.
behind them for the period of the war. GOING VR THR tion and Medical
ioe agencies through which this can U nDiscovery are the
be accomplished are joined la the and whes fmeded
United War Work Campaign. Col. Barker Bids Godspeed to in my family I do
Irmo beag given the cigarette orCpnot begrudge the
rhoo atgs saven the ewai tt, is the Graduates of Train. P rice of them.
chocolate b, with which he Ot5e his "The cares of
hunw1 # 'th fury of battle, to the Ing Sohool, my householdeand
theade atertainment or t th ----- looking after my
letic VA"q which relax him into nor- The whole-souled co-operation be. children reduced
mal dsfett after weeks of terrific tween the seven great organizations my health to a
combat, the Amrican fer l do- working for the hoppiness and welfare very low point and my nerves were
pncombat, tm he Aw tcan gter s e of our soldiers and sailors was re. quite deranged, My nervous state made
pendentupn a thoe coua ed a dirtaSO cently illdstrated at t5 graduation In. fIrritable an cross And I slept very
S atholexercises of the toent la n of the and Golden Mdical Discovery' re
of 0., the War Camp Oommunity Ie. Jewish Welfae Boa wd's Trn1 nta what improved my health."'-Mao. R.
ee, the Jewish Welfare or, t Schoolin New York. William HoL 27 8. Hillsborough Ave.
Amercan Ublar Association and til Barker, who went to rnfe represent- .
aelvation Ar ys. To scartr on anthis nthe Salvation Army with the fir-t
wol the combined welfare anisa- c:ontingent of our troops and has been
wor t c e wfareaso-' over there" aftee. m.nas, was the' THE RIH T PLACE
tiens are seekbg a fund of wt5O0,m- principal speaker and wlsbed the flfty. 11 I L l
gi0g. eie ght Jewish workers of the class Go4.
The Y. M. C. A. provides 58 huts in 'speed while Louls Marshall, the pron1-
Alerjean training camps an d mnore ent Jewish attorney and philan FOR
,tht th fin hters can use ka elubs Iplat of New York, lanoled the work oj
whICD the fighters can Me M~ Clubs, *^. Rr;thq ilJ 'y among the boys
schools, theafres,. stores, churches, 11:,t- I r. ArLy among th pA LIN
brakess and writing roor :.More tenatUfront.GULF AS
Sand writing ore than hatour lightng boys need Is In GULF GASOLINE
7,000 men and women had been sent spiratlon and honrt and character In
overseas or approved for overseas those who are there to help them," A ,
wort by early autumn and 8,822 were .idoelared Col. Barker, "You will rep.
,serving in Amrican capps at home. I sent in the amp and overseas th Su rem e Auto
Y. M. 0. A. huat are the 0otteens of deal and standards of the Jewish
the American xpeditlonary orcenand ftith, and It la up to you above all Oil
are the theatres where the Americon things to be consistent in your re il
eatertailnes sent over by the "Y," sp- liglous practice. Practice what you
par Note 4rricea blic men and preach. That, I am aure, has been A
.e en In tho a es secret of our owkueeeJ you Alw ays give best
anloafed terte. MiWlC oflte live up to the prinad1ei of tIT faith
ar written t e. t on r provide and give wat yu v to give m a Results
),l oA1* to ; Phydlt to Qof heart big with ov t boy will re.
the teac and spread mass t*h. pect you, wlwth ber ) Preteatant, GULF REFINING COMPANY
leti64 u-sig material f 1ftlshed *ae; or w." T
b. ...A... .... m r workers -
S.. 0 e laller wr ill make a tet l of t 0 SMe doing
meaafd e -Amerien w .e14 work In sor eam e ad aoval MAKE YOUR
la wer w ove" -gmal co rp tralatng states u a dr% he asptees
telhod e operator, nure and of the Jewish Weao Brd. Te OLD THINGS NEW
'reaeh tuition workers. It provide Beard has about fifty "buts" la the
cafeterias, rest and reornation central, various eamps sad 0tiAtalno centers
eatertalai eat and reading for these in all large citle where soldiers and
Wbtaen a girls. sailors of all faiths awe welcomed. A Upholsterer and Mattress
The T. W. 0. A.'s outstanding eon. headquarters has feeamtly been estab- Maker.
tribution to -idler welfare r ork Ina lshed la Paris, and 100 men are being
training camp was the establishment recruited hers for overseas work. Can Make Your Old
of Rosteaes ouose, where the soldier There are now nearly 125,000 fews Furniture New
or setter may receive his mother, wife, serving In the army and navy.
alter or sweetheart In the surround-
ae and atmosphere of the bet J. H
Tne National Catholic War ConnellDepartment of the Interior, U. S B
a a tholicele Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., 425 PETRONIA STREET
ton support of the government and O 19, 1918.
the K. of C. provides club-. NOTICE is hereby given that Wil- * * *
Wor our fighters in all Amer liam Spencer, of Jewfish, Florida, 5 I
Wlag ca ats well as having who, on January 14, 1915. manide INSURANCE
,soogtr .e oatM In France andHomestead Entry, No. 013366, for Gulf Life & client Insurance
thpre iDnglaud- In their huts the E% of SE14, Section 15, Township Gulf Life & Accident Insurance
K. of 0. provide entertatlingment, 61 S., Range 39 E., Tallahassee OriginalFive Day Company
movies, boxing bouts, educational Meridian, has filed notice of inten- O al F ve Day any U
work, religious services, free station- tion to make three-year proof, to cs- Paying For All Dieases And
eny, reading matter and writing rooms. tablish claim to the land above de- Accidents
In Praane their rolling canteen ae- scribed, before Clerk Circuit Court, Office at Island City Bak
companies the American army, their at Key West, Florida, on the 29th Building, Duval St.
secretaries march with the troops, giv- lay of Novemaber, 1918. U J.W. DAVIES, Supt. I
Ing away cigarettes, cookies, choco- Claimant names ae witnesses: U U
latest, soap and towels. Clarence Sands, of .Jewfish, Flia, U U U U I U U U U U U
The K. of C. had 800 workers In John H. Pinder, of Jewfish, Fla. .n M.. .-
rance at the beginning of autumn, Wallace Watkins, of Key West,
with 450 more passed by the govern- Fl. Ol
ment and 200 others signed up. At JOL Roert of Key West, WUl 8r O E
the same date they had 468 secretaries ep B. Roberts, of Key West, it is Cigars-ask Mr. Wolf.
In American training camps, 150 build- F. .A.ax trade a specialty and we
Ings, fifty-six more io the course o ROBT. W. DAVIS, Bsoliit your mall orders.
erection and cuonaet.a let for fity o21-,0t Register, 426 Greene St.
mere. -- I__- II I _____
War Camp Community Service __ __ __
functions exclusively In America, ItD Ot'NS 5FTIPATIOAN
special mission being to "esrround e- NTIIATIOUIN u...u..* EI
camps with hospitality." In place 'of
leaving the soldier or sailor to the --'- 1 PENNSYLVANIA HERRERA I
promiscuous companions and diver- Ad Sear Stomach Causd T'la DE PACHECO U
slons forlemr his lot, the orgsaisa- Graduated teaher from the
tlon obtains for him the best to be had Lady Much Sffering. Black National Coneratory of Ha
in commuisi a..don s s e Draught Reli d vans. Teaches Mse, Piano. ,
through^ "U U UI ISolpe|glo and inging She
tions to bathe or spend theday Meadorville, Ky.-Mrs. Parl Pat also holds a diploma as Span
in the best homs. It inte hee ihm rick, of this place, write: "I was both Splieask and English. Her
to the best women and girls nt socialt very conastlpated. I had sour stomach address ais ia Daval Str eet.
gatherings, church epterteinmente, snd was so uoomfortable. I went to dPhone 48i. t
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