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. Arizona Sentinel.
WEDNESDAY, -1ULY IS, 190G.
drop Experiments at Yuma.
The reclamation service is co
operating heartily with the Bu
reau of Plant Industry in a se
ries of experiments which the
latter is initiating in the vicinity
of Yuma, Arizona. A plot of
ground controlled by the service
has been turned over to the plaut
experts, who propose to experi
ment with cotton and other
The delta of the Colorado
river has always possessed a sin
gular fascinatiou for the scien
tific men of the Department of
Agriculture, and the results of
these experiments cannot fail to
prove of inestimable value to the
settlers who will tke up homes
in' this region as soon as the
government's irrigation works
It is a demonstrable fact that
. no other portion of the United
States when irrigated is capable J
of supporting a denser popula
tion than the Colorado delta.
Five acres properly cultivated
will support a family in comfort,
as the crop season is practically
continuous. One crop follows
another throughout the year
Oranges, pomelos, melons, all
the small fruits and vegetables
mature earlier here than in Cali-
lornia, anu consequently are
marketable at the top prices.
Supplying Water to' Cities.
The towu of Yuma, Arizona,
lies entirlywithin the lines of
-the Yuma irrigation -project and
at present has an execrable
water system. The water is
pumped directly from the river
into Settling tanks, and from
these is distributed through the
mains. Only a small part of the
town is supplied with filtered
water and the price is almost
prohibitory. The climatic con
ditions being arid and nearly
semi-tropical, the town requires
a larger proportional share of
water than almost any other city
in the United States.
A recent act of congress pro
vides that the government - may
supply water from its irrigation
projects to cities within or adja
cent to the .irrigated areas, and
the citizens of. Yuma,, by aTpeti
tion which has been signed by
4ho largest property holders are
urging the town council to make
an application to the secretary
of the interior for a water right.
This will probably be the first
application under the new law.
Indebtedness of Arizona and
, New flexico.
New Mexico has-been an or
ganized territory for nearly sixty
r years; Arizona for about forty
three years. The debt of New
Mexico June 30, 1905, was $792,
being a reduction of more
than one-third in six years of its
Now what of Arizona's indebt
edness, which lfus a life of one-
third less years than New Mex
ico? I In 1905 the -territorial indebt
edness was 980,972, and this
does not include her county and
city bonded.indebtedness, which
totals, in addition, 2,044,030.
"Would the state have to assume
this large county and municipal
-indebtedness of Arizona's? Cer
tainly, if it had assumed the in
debtedness of some of the New
Arizona's territorial indebted
ness is nearly 200,000 greater
than is that of New Mexico.
Which territory will get the best
of LlrM trade? A schoolboy can
figure out this simple proposi
tion; ' Things Better Than Riches
I'd be a country-editor and chase
around for news, before Pd be a
millionaire with wealth I could
not use., I'd rather be a printer
with patches on my breeches,
then a master of finance with all
my thoughts on riches. I'd rath
er eat my modest meals, digest
the same with ease, than to sit
down to a royal feast with a stom
ach like .lohn D.'s.
Tis true the printer's cash gets
short and duns come in a hurry,
but. the happy fellow does not
Jret, he lels the "dunner" worry.
i niii ;il ways has a conscience
The Farmer's Wife.
Is very careful about. mr churn. She
srulds it thoroughly after using, and gives
it a. sun hath to sweeten it. She knows
that if her churn is sour it will taint, the.
butter that is made in it. Thestonvaeh is
a churn In the stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts are performed pro
cesses which are exactly akin to the
churning of butter. Is it not apparent
then that if this stomach churn is foul it
makes foul all which is put into it?
The evil of a foul stomach is not alone
the bad taste in the mouth and the foul
breath caused by it, but the corruption of
the pure, current of blood and the dissem
ination of disease throughout the body.
Dr. Pierce's (lolden Medical Discovery
makes the sour and foul stomach sweet.
It does for the stomach what the. washing
and sun bath do for the churn -absolutely
rcmove-S every tainting or corrupting ele
ment. In this way it cures blotches,
pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,
sores, or open eating ulcers and all
humors or diseases arising from bad blood.
If you have bitter, nasty, foul taste in
your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,
are weak and easily tired, feel depressed
and despondent, have frequent headaches,
dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress in stom
ach, constipated or irregular bowels, sour
or bitter risings after eating and poor
appetite, these symptoms. AY any consider
able numberof them.indieateihatyou are
suffering from 'biliousness, torpid, or lazy,
liver with the usual accompanying indi
gestion, or dyspepsia and their attendant
The. best agents known to medical sci
ence for the cure of the above symptoms
and conditions, as attested by the writings
of leading teachers and practitioners of
all tlie several schools of medical practice,
have been skillfully and harmoniously
combined in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. That this is absolutely true
will be readily proven to your satisfaction
If vou will but mail a postal card request
to' Dr. R. V. Pierce, Huffalo. N. Y., for
a free copy of his booklet of extracts from
the standard medical authorities, giving
the names of all the ingredients entering
into his world-famed medicines awl show
ing what the most eminent medical men
o the age-say of them.
clear, a disposition sunny, he
knows that life has other joys
besides the chase for money.
For the moulder of opinion is a
happier man by far then the one
who owns a palace, a yacht and
:l private car, and when he goes
to his reward he knows that all
is well, while the man who
makes money his god may go
where we won't tell. A sage
"If the people of Arizona come
in now," says the president,
"they will achieve what every
self-respecting American ought
to wish to achieve the right of
however, have a notion that if
they come in now they will suc
ceed only in achieving the right
to be goverued by the" inhabi
tants of New Mexico.-Exchange.
In this tjie Arizonans are mis
taken. If they really have the
grit), the nerve, the brains, the
smartness, the political experi
ence and the business ability
they lay claim to, five to one
they will run New Mexico. If
they have not. let them take
their chances. They ought to do
what the sensible people of New
Mexico are doing accept the
situation and make the best of it.
Healing Properties Of Water.
There it no remedy of such general
ippliratiou and none so easily obtained
is water,, and yet nine persons out of
ten will pass it by in an emergency to
seek for something of less elh'ciencv.
There are but few cases of illness where
water should not occupy the highest
place as a remedial agent,
A strip of llannel or napkin folded
lengthwise and wrung out of hot water
and applied around the neck of a child
who has croup, will usually bring relief
in a few minutes. A towel folded sever
al times, then quickly wrung out of wa
ter and immediately applied over the
seat of the pain in toothache -or neural-
ia, will afford prompt relief. This
treatment in colic works like magic.
Cases on record having resisted other
treatment for hours, have yielded to
this treatment in ten minutes. Pieces
of cotton' butting .dipped in hot water,
then applied to all sores and new cuts,
bruises, and sprains is the treatment
now generally adopted in hospitals Hot
water taken freely a half hour before
bedtime is an excellant carthartic in
the case of constipation, while it has a
most soothing effect on the stomach
and bowels. This treatment continued
for a few months, together with proper
attention to diet, will alleviate mi hi
cases of dyspepsia.
the Proceedings of the Board
of Supervisors of Yuma
Office of the Board of Supervi
sors of Yuma County, A. T.
Yuma, Arizona, July G, 190G.
Board of supervisors of Yuma
county met at,10 a. m. pursuant
to adjournment; all members,
district attorney, assessor and
Minutes of July 5, 190G, read
Board adjourned as a board of
supervisors and convened as a
board of equalization pursuant
Board proceeded to examine
original assessment roll and as
sessment lists for the year 190G,
and are of the opinion that the
changes should' be
made and property listed, towit:
Hlnisdcll, V G raised lot 6, bk 06, Yuma.$ 50 00
lot 15, blc 118, " 5 00
Bisii.sdcll, H W raised nV, of swJ-f of se;.f
28-8-S3; nw.'.f of nw'i of netf, 23... 250 CO
Yuma Heights, sub-div bk 2511 acres 'M'tO CO
Iirownstettcr '& Mullcr. raised stl: yoods 10T0 00
Ballar.ce, Chas., listed 3 saddle horses.. 75 CO
imps poss. rights.. 25 00
liuldonado, D, listed lot 11, bk 21, Yuma SCO 00
imps on same 100 00
Bricc, T E, h h floods and furniture 25 00
ttoscn, N, imps poss rights 25 00
Boyle, Wm " ' ' 25 CO
Bailey, G H, photograph instruments... 50 00
jewelry 50 CO
ConcreSc Con Co, raised lot 2, bk 145
Yuma 25 00
Colby, R B, lowered lots 1 nnd 2 and clZ
of nv'4 and w'i of ne and nc!i of
lieU and lots 3 and 4 and c!4 of sw'.f
ana vtVt of seM and sej of se-30-3 21,
and lots 1 and 2 and cV3 of mvJ-4 and
uiv4 of nc;-4-3 -31-8-21 1070 acres 2075 CO
On motion board took recess
until 2 p. m.
Board met at 2 p. m., all mem
bers and clerk present.
Clark, Xary E, raised lot 11, bk 101,
Yuma 75 ( 0
Cary, B F, listed imps poss rfiihts 25 00
Cunningham, J R. i-aised e of seji and
swV of so'i 1-9-21 G00 00
Cavlor, G F. raised w'i of sew 31-8-23.. 100 00
Crane, Frank, listed 2 saddle works, 1
"cow, 1 bufsry 71 oo
Clark. .1 L, raised ne'i -18-9-2.5 400 CO
Charbonncl, II, raised e of ni of
NWJi 5-9-23 ICO 00
Chavez, C, listed 10 w horses, 3 wagrons,
harness 700 00
Growler, W G, listed 2 mules, 2 stock
cattle, 1 buiriry, h.h goods and furn'trc 137 00
Costello, Mrs J, listed lot 3, bk 10. Yuma,
and improvements 7C0 00
Cibola Water and Land Co, listed pump
and boiler.... 300 00
Cawlcy, Jas, listed 2 cows, household
Koods and k furniture 70 CO
Crandall, II P, piano, h h gds, furniture
md jewelry 130 00
Croft, B C, listed imps posf, rights 25 00
Carpenter, Elizabeth, listed imps poss
rights 50 00
Carruth, J B, listed imps poss rjghts 25 00
Clark, J M, listed imps poss rights -.. 25 00
Caylor, DC" " 25 00
Clark, A?nes M, listed lot 3. bk 98, Yuma 150 CO
DeMund, A-L, raised lot 0. bk 08, Yuma 50 CO
Dunne Bros, .raised lot 3. bk 150, and lot
5, bk 101, Yuma 100 CO
Dunne. John, raised mvJi of ne J.i-1 7-9-23 180 00
lot 2, bk 133, Yuma 50 00
lot 7, bk 150, Yuma 50 00
lot 5, bk 1G5, Yuma 75 00
Dunue, W J, raised lot 1, bk 97, Yuma 100 00
lot 2, bk 97, Yuma 50 00
The assessor is hereby ordered
to place upon the assessment roll
all the above property listed.
Board adjourned to meet at 10
a. m. July 7, 190G, as board of
C. V. Meeden,
ut ' Chairman.
J. M. Polhamus,
Office of the Board of Supervis
ors of Yuma County, A. T.
Yuma, Arizona, July 7, 1906.'
Board of Supervisors of Yuma
county, A. T., met at 10. a. m.,
pursuant to adjournment, all
members, district attorney and
Minutes of July G, 190G, were
read and approved as corrected.
-On motion clerk is instructed
to notify county treasurer to
transfer 150 from the county
road fund to road district No. 1.
On motion the following ac
counts were audited, allowed,
and vouchers ordered drawn:
T A Jordon, work road
district No. 1 $111 00.
H B Hanna, work road
district No. 10 233 75
On motion board adjourned as
a board of supervisors and con
vened as a board of equalization.
Board proceeded to examine the
original assessment roll and as
sessment list for the year 1906,
and are of the opinion that the
following changes should be
made-and property listed, towit:
Beach, S E. listed nJ4 of ne.( and e of
nw'i 11-9-24 : &2000 (
Carey, B P, raised sew of se& 3-9-21 .... m 00
Champagne, A, listcduiej 3.V8-24 2000 00
Carpenter, E, listed svv4' of sei 19-8-23 1000 (0
DonUcrsley, Ida and II II, raised lot 1 ,
bk 91, Yuma IPO 00
Donkersley, Ida and H H.listed Jewelry 25 CO
DeSpain, Thos., raised ny. of nw'A and
swJi of ncji and nJ4 of seH of neM
19 9-23 210 00
Devore, D M, raised nwM 33-8-22 100 00
Devane, D L, listed 1 stock horse 11 00
Denmark, C E, raised lots 5 and G and e'i
of swU 19-8-23 l.wO 00
Damascus Heights Imp Co, raised lot 4,
bk 1, SpeeseAdd'n h0 00
Downey, Geo. listed h h and k furniture 2- 00
Douglas, Kobt, raised lot 8, bk I3.-Yuma 50 00
Duncan, Oscar, raised or-third of bk 5G,
Yuma 35 00
Baldwin, A E listed 2 wk horses 50 00
Dorrington, J W, listed und. 1-0 19-8-22
107 acres 588 00
raised lot 8, bk 97, Yuma 50 CO
" raised, lot 7, bk 133. Yuma 50 00
" raised lotj, bk US, Yuma 125 00
" ' raised lot 2, bk 1 18, Yuma 25 CO
" " raised lot 12, bk 117, Yuma 100 00
' raised lot 7, blc 130, Yuma 100 CO
On motion board took recess
until 2 p. m.
At 2 p. id. board met; all pres
ent. Dorrington, J W, raised lot 8 bk 135
" raised lot 8 bk US....
' raised lot 9 bk 118....
" raised lot 10 bk 118..'..
" raised lot 11 bk l'l8....
" vsd pt lot 2 bk 17....
rsds' lot 8bk 99....
" " raised lot 9 bk 99
Dorrington, G E. e'S of .sc of swJi and
swK of sejf of swjj 32-8-23
Eberhardt, T E, lowered lot 3, bk 3,
Eberhardt, T E, listed wagon, buggy,
Elder, J N, raised lot 2 bk 165, Yuma....
Equer, Dolores -stricken off lot 7 bk 9. .
Edwards, N T, raised lots 4 and 5 ande
of swj 33 8-21 '
Edwards, M, raised lots 1 23 44-9-24...
Enterprise raised ptg mchy etc
Elliott, T E, raised sJS of se of neM
listed 2 w horses, 4 cattle, 1
wagon, h h and k f urnitnre
Evans, Walter, lislcd 10 milch cows....
English, W H, listed swJ4" 7-10 25
The assessor is herebv ordered
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Provisions,
Seeds, Barley, Hny and Grain, Glassware, )
Crockery, Hardware and Mineral Supplies.
THE CHEAPEST BUSINESS HOUSE IN YUMA
Goods delivered to Railroad Depots, Steamer Landings and to any place in the city s
FKEE OF C'HAKOi:
. Main Street, Between Second and Third.
to place upon the assessment
roll all the above property listed.
On motion board adjourned to
meet at 10 a. m., July 9th, 190G.
as a board of Supervisors.
C. V. Meeden,
J. M. Polliamus,
By the Governor of Arizona.
Of an Order for an Election for Voting
for Delegates to a Proposed Conven
tion for" the formation of a Constitu
tion Tor the Proposed State of Ari
zona to be Composed of New Mexico
and Arizona as now Constituted, and
to Vote Upon the Question of the'
To the Qualified Electors of the Terri
tory of Arizona, and to Whomsoever
Else it may Concern:
Know ye: That heretofore, to-wit:
on the fourteenth day. of July, 1906, by
virtue and direction of, and in accord
ance with, the provisions of an act of
'An Act to enable the people of
Oklahoma and of the Indian Territory
to form a constitution and State gov
ernment and be admitted into the
Union on an equal footing with the
original States; and enable the people
of New Mexico and Arizona to form a
constitution and State government ana
he admitted into the Union on an equal
footing with the original States," ap
proved June 16, 1SJC6,
the Governor, the Chief Justice, and
the Secretary of the Territory of Ari
zona apportioned the 44 delegates pro
posed under the provisions of said act
of Congress to be elected from Arizona,
who, together with the 66 delegates
proposed to be elected from New Mexi
co, may constitute a convention lorsaict
Territories of New Mexico and Arizona
to form a constitution for the proposed
State of Arizona, amonjr the several
counties of Arizona, as follows:
To Apache county...... 1 Delegate;
To Cochise countv 8 Delegates:
To Coconino county 2 Delegates:
To Gila .county 3 Delegates;
To Graham county 5 Delegates;
To Maricopa county 8 Delegates;
To Mohave county 1 Delegate;
To Navajo county 1 Delegate;
To Pima county 4 Delegates;
To Pinal county 1 Delegate:
To Santa Cruz county ... 1 Delegate:
To Yavapai county 7 Delegates;
To Yuma countv 2 Delegates.
And know ye further by this
Proclamation. That under the author
ity, and by the direction, of the pro
visions of said act of Congress, it has
been by the Governor of Arizona, :nd
is now by this Proclamation, ordered:
That at the general election to be h-ld
in the said Territory of Arizona on
the (ith day of November, I90G, the said
Delegates apportioned to the said con
vention as aforesaid, shall be voted for
by the electors qualified to vote at said
general election, in the said several
And it is further ordered: That there
shall also be submitted to the qualified
electors at said general election, a
question whicli shall be stated on the
same ballots on which the names of
candidates for Delegates to the conven
tion aforesaid are printed in substance
and form as follows:
"Shall Arizona and New Mexico be
united to form one Stat-V"
Electors desiring to vote in the af
firmative of that question shall place a
cross mark in the square to the left of
the word "Yes" and those desiring to
vote in the negative shall place a cross
mark in the square to the left of the
word "No" in the form above pre
scribed. ( Such election shall be conducted in
all respects as prescribed by the laws
of the said Territory of Arizona gov
erning general elections.
The returns of said election for Dele
gates to the proposed constitutional
convention shall be made, and the -.er-tificates
of persons elected thereto is-
&ueu, as near as may ue in the. same i
manner as is prescribed by the Liws of !
the Territory of Arizona regulating
the elections therein of members of the
Legislative Assembly of said Territory,
and as is further prescribed by said act
And the result of tlie said election
upon the question above directed to be
submitted to the electors at said elec
tion shall be ascertained, returned, and
duly certified, as nearly a it is practic
able to be done, in the manner pre
scribed by the laws of this Territory
for the ascertainment, return and cer
tification 'of the results of the election
for Delegate to Congress, and as further
prescribed by said act of Congress.
And the several precinct, county and
Territorial ollicers in the Territorv
who are churned by Jaw witii any duties '
relating to general elections are, so far
us "those duties are applicable to the
election hereby ordered, and not in
consistent with said act of Congress,
likewise charged with the performance
thereof in respect to this election; and
in addition thereto, such other, duties
in respect thereto as are prescribed by
the provbions of said act of Congress.
In Witness Whereof, I, Joseph IT.
Kibbey, Governorof Arizona,
have hereunto set my hand
and caused the Great Seal of
Seal the Territory to be affixed.
Done at Phoenix, the Capital,
this fourteenth day of July,
A. D. 1900 . -
JOSEPH n. KliJBEY
By the Governor.
W. lICHOLS, ""
Secretary of the Territory of
lulv 18 td
Notice to Builders
Bids will fie opened Monday,
July 23, at 2p. in., for erection
of 2-room school house,
Flans and specifications
on file with Clerk,
0, G. JOHNSON,
Clerk of Board ef Trustees
iyrrsn it a rrjtOAm a Am otfif.r.
-0- Til ASPORTATION COMPA
NIES AND PROPRIETORS Ol''
SALTING, PACKING, RENDERING,
OR SLMILAR ESTABLISHMENTS.
Your attention is invited to the fact
that under the terms of the Meat In
spection Act, approved June 20, 11)06,
no person, hrm or corporation shall, on
:ind after October
1, 11)00, transport or
i olyer fm. transportation, and no carrier
of interstate or foreign commerce shall
transport, or receive for transportation
from one State or Territory, oi the Dis
trict of Columbia, to another State or
Territory or the District of Columbia,
or to any place under the jurisdiction
of the United States, or to any foreign
country, any carcass, or paris thereof,
meat or meat ford products thereof,
which have not been inspected, exam
ined and marked "Inspected and
Passed." in accordance uith the terms
of the law. and with the rules anl reg
ulations prescribed by the Secretary of
Agriculture. An exemption may be
made by the Secretary of Agriculture
of retail butchers and retail dealers in
meat and meat food products, supplying
their customers through the medium
of interstate or foreign commerce. The
above provision of law necessitates
either the establishment of inspection
or a not ice of exemption b the Depart
ment of Agriculture, op or before Octo
ber 1. 1!J0(), for all persons who expect
to offer meat or meat food pro.ducts for
trans pevtation in interstate or foreign
commerce on and after that date. To
enable the Department to determine
upon tlie necessary number of inspect
ors, and to either establish inspection
or to grant exemption, all persons,
firms and corporations who da not now
have inspection and who deal in meat
or meat fool products, which arc trans
ported either in inter.-tate or foreign
commerce, are requested to send imme
diately to the Secretary of Agriculture
a full and complete statement of the
amount of meat or meat food products
handled in interstate or foreign com
merce by the particular establishment,
the location and the character of the
operations of the establishment, the
names of the proprietors of the estab
lishment, and such other information
as may be necessary to enable the Sec
retary of Agriculture to determire
whether inspect ion or exemption should
be granted. .IA.MES WILSON. Sec
Office of the Board of Supervisors of
Yuma County, Yuma, Arizona, June
To the tax-payers of Yuma county, Ar
Ollice of the Clerk of the Board of
Supervisors of Yuma County, Arizo
na Territory, June 18th, 1!)(K.
Notice is hereby given that I have
this day received from the County
Assessor the original assessment roll
and the map book and also the original
assessment lists of property for the
year A. i). 1900, and that the same are
now open to public inspection at my
The Board of Supervisors will meet
on Monday, July 2nd, 1900, at, 10 o'clock
a. m. as a Board of Equalization, to be
in session from day to day until their
work is completed, but not later than
July 2oth, A. D. 1900, at which time it
will adjourn to meet on tlie third Mon
day in August following, at 9 o'clock
Witness my hand this 18th day of
.7. il. Polhuraus,'
Clerk Board of Supervisors.
BOYS OR GI11LS or attractive
young ladies wanted. If you have only
a few spare hours, you can employ
them prolitably and earn pocket money;
if you want to give your entire time to
the work, you can earn a nice living.
The best of it is, you don't need any
immfiv tit stiirt
A complete outfit free.
1 O. Drawer JTo. 1110, Buffalo. TST.-Y.
The people of Yuma have
access to an acknowledg
ed standard, world-wide
advertised Shoe, at the
price that it is sold at
where it is Made.
. The :
W. IL Douglas"" I
in all styles and all leathers:-
hisrh cut and low cut:
Can be found at -
E. R SANGUINETTI'S
MODERN DEPARTMENT STORE.
Special Attention to flail Orders.
Refrigerators i55 pound lee capacity. . . 9 00
Ivof liberators 75 pound Ice capacity. . . 12 50
Refrigerators 110 pound Ice capacity ... 1,3 00
MAIN STREET, YUMA
, r a a stk b n iff rf S
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP
Builders' Hardware; Lime, Nephi Plaster? Class, Etc., Etc,
COR. THIRD ST. AND MADISON AVENUE
PRESIDENT AND MANAGER
that the largest 'fortunes have bqen
realized from real eslate invest jmnts.
This little city of our is growing rap
idly and there is every rea.on to be
lieye that it is gtJbig to contine to grow
without a break, Thus, ;
the man who invests wisely in improved 1
to earn a good increment on his invest
ment, lie can easily sell, if need be,
for what he has paid probably a great
deal more. L'or judicious real estate
investments call or write to
Yuma Exchange and Realty Co,
New Gandolfo Buiidinsr.
and all widths,
EVERY LOVER OF HUNTING AND
will find much to interest hinv in our
store rifles, shotguns, ammunition for
both these arms; fTahing tackle, llien,
reels, baskets, in fact all the apparatus
and accessories for outdoor spurts-and
recreations. Our prices won7t lessen
JOHNSON & BOWLES
S r "-ifo
David Bafsz, ProDrietSS.
BEEF, riUTTON, PORK,
VEAL AND SAUSAGE.
Alfalfa-Fed Cattle from the.Salt
River Valley received by'
: Yuma, Arizona,
- A fraut stortv and ice-cream parlor in
Yuma, on Second street, next door to
i office of Chamber of Commnn-p.
ftlcation in lhe cil.. Good ,.,,"
Hore is a bai..lin App, v ck or
chance, will be gone. Inquire at this
-r- h Guaranteed Care for Piles
Ttchitig, Blind, Bleeding Protruding
Fifes. Druggists are authorized to re
fund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails
to cure in (fto 14 days. fiOc
1 i &t i