Nell Notestine *

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Nell Notestine * - REPORTS ARE RECEIVED ,By Federation of Women's...
REPORTS ARE RECEIVED ,By Federation of Women's Clubi Tuesday Afternoon. REGULAR MEETING IS HELD AT THE LIBRARY Miss Nell Notestine, the Public Health Nurse, Gives Her Report Report for October. The Marlon Federation of Women'! Women'! clubi its regular monthly meeting at the library, yesterday afternoon at 2: SO o'clock. The meeting wss very well attended. The woman's building projert waa taken up and discussed, but no definite action was taken. Tha In- In- STOMACH UPSET? Get at the Real Cause Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That' what thntmnds of itomaeh sufferers are doing now. Initead of taking tonics, or trying to patch up a poor digeflion, ttiry are attacking the rtat cause of the ailment clogged liver and disordered bowrh. Pr. Edwardi' Olive Tablets arouse the liver in a soothing, h'llirg av When the liver and bowrlj are performing performing their natural function, away goes indigestion and stomach troubles. If you have a had tame in your mouth, tongue coated, appetite poor, lazy, don't-rare don't-rare don't-rare feeling, no ambition or energy, troubled with undigested foods, you should take Olive Tablets, the substitute substitute for calomel. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tahleti are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. You will know them by their olive color. They do the work without griping, cramps or pain. Take one or two at bedtime for quick relief, so you can eat what you like. At 10s nnd 25c o-r o-r o-r hox. All druggists. ' vestlgattng commute gave their j reporta. Mrs D. H. Harvey, chair- chair- ' r.. n rt ih (n ,itf vif In r enmmtttee I uj-u uj-u uj-u . ... o o - 'on bouses reporting four botnea for sale which might be suitable for a woman'a home. These were the Thompson home on east Center ' street. 113,000; the Reber home on east Church street, $6,000; the C. E. ; flaxen noma on west Church atreet, IS.OOO, and the H. A. Hartman home on Bellafontalne avenue, $5,600. No action waa taken on thla report. Mrs. A. J. Whltfng, chairman of the investigating committee on clubhouse clubhouse In other rlties. reported that club-houses club-houses club-houses In other cities had been Inveatlgated aa to the cost of maintaining maintaining them. To Continue Investigation. Following the discussion regarding regarding the home proposition Mrs. E. T.' Smart moved that a committee be appointed conslatlng of one member I from each club and also one member member to represent every twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five of the associate members to continue j the Investigation and make plans for eventually getting the club-house. club-house. club-house. This commltee will be announced at the next federation meeting. Mrs. F. If. King, delegate to the state convention, gave an Interesting Interesting report. Other business was transacted and Miss Nell Notestine, the public health nurse, gave a report of a recent convention of an Insurance company which employs nurses, which she attended in Cincinnati. Bbe also gave her report for the month of October as follows. Various Cases. Current cases at first of month, forty-one, forty-one, forty-one, of these twenty-six twenty-six twenty-six being tubercular. New canes admitted during month, twenty-five, twenty-five, twenty-five, four of these being tubercular. Old rases readmitted during the month, one, this being tubercular. Infant eye rasas, three. C urrent rases at end of month, seventeen, of these eleven being tubercular. Patients! discharged during month, fifty; of these twenty being tubercular and twenty-eight twenty-eight twenty-eight recovered. Eighteen tuberrular pntlents Improved during the month and two were unimproved. Two tubercular patients died during during the month and four were referred referred to physlrla&s The next, meeting will he held the first Tuesday In Iierember at which time the Hed Cross seals will be ready for distribution to the clubs. Yea. silk plush i.oats, 4 3 Inches long, extra lde sweep, are selling at the Charge of Ownership Sale for only $13.95. New York Store. 1 I s a The Old-Fashioned Old-Fashioned Old-Fashioned Way to Stop a Cold Mother knew how to break up a cold here's mother's old remedy in a newer ant bottnr form, TURPO. It takes the place of old-fashioned old-fashioned old-fashioned old-fashioned turpentine and lard. No animal fats a clean mineral mineral base instead. Turpentine Turpentine to break the congestion, camphor to heal, menthol to cool and soothe. Rub Turpo n, and rub it IN. It drives the cold out of throat and chest; and a little in the nostrils opens up the air passages. passages. Use Turpo also for catarrh; for aches and pains; for cuts, burns, bruises, sprains; and after shaving. Buy Turpo of your DrugfcUU 25c, 50c. $1.00. Turpo Jyrtpo TMt TUOPtMTINf OtMTMtWT I

Clipped from The Marion Star08 Nov 1916, WedPage 12

The Marion Star (Marion, Ohio)08 Nov 1916, WedPage 12
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