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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBKE, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1912.
Mountain States Concern to
Hold Conference with
Douglas Authorities in
Regard to Permit
i The Mountain States Telephone and
Telegraph company and the city
. council lu Douglas arc due for a con
'fereuce this evening over the matter
' of a franchise giving the company the
right to occupy and use the streets
of that oity In the operation of their
The .Mountain States company pur
chased the telephone system in Doug
las from the Douglas Improvement
company and it had been presumed
that It had a franchise, but it seems
that this is not the case.
No Franchise Revealed
Recently the telephone company be
gan to cut up the streets and put
.their wires underground and In con
nection with this work investigation
as to franchise rights was luquin-d
Into with the result that decision was
reached by City Attorney J P. Ross
that the company had no franchise
The company is now in the midst
of the re-arrangement of their entire
system in Douglas, spending upwards
of twenty thousand dolalrs in the
Concerning the- status of the tele
phone company and the question of
a franchise City Attorney J. F- Itoss
gave out the following statement yes
terday which was published In the
Dally International, that paper having
raised this franchise question:
Tihju learning recently tho tele
phone company bad begun to exeat ate
for Its underground line I asked the
manager, .Mr. Flinn. to call at my of
fice, which he did, and there I took
up the xnattvr with him as to whether
ttte company had a franchise. Mr.
Flinn said that he did not know
ifhether the company had a franihise
or not, but that he would immediately
take the matter up with the compar
and let ioc know. Mr Flinn asked
me what would be the result qf. the
dompany had no franchise, and 1 tcld
him that It was possible the Douglas
Improvement company might baie ac
quired tested rights by reaion of being-
on tho ground and operating at
the time the city was incorporate.1.
hut in my opinion If they had an
rjghts In that way those rights would
not extend to the privilege of digglug
up the streets, and tarring that pos-'
sible right the company would be j
trespassers and could be stopped bv
-the city council at any time. I wnlted j
some time or the manager's reporti
and it did not come I then invest'.-,
gated for myself, and from the best J
information I can get the compauv
has no franchise
"Yes. (there is a telephone fran-'
J chlse In the city. It was acquired by j
J the Street Hallway company and 1 j
; am informed that the companv still
has it. !
I Calls on Manager Again. j
' "After I found that the telephone 1
company bad no franchise, I called
' on the manager again and told him
that they must take soma steps to
get legal rights or we would stop the
work. He Immediately put me in j
i communication with Mr Getting, the
' district manager, oi er the phone, in
Tucson, and he arrangi-d to hae .a j
person with coinpatn authority tale
Being well dressed
means that the
part of the wearer's personality in his
clothes. It means that the best part
of him has been seized upon and em
phasized and less desirable attributes
covered up. Cur unexcelled Chicago
Ed. V. Price & Co.
have a reputation for making clothes as you want
them and for a sum you are pleased to pay. See
their 500 new woolens in our store today and have
us take your correct measure for Fall and Winter
clothes. Delivery to suit your own convenience.
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THE THANKSGIVING SPIRIT
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They're takln' home the makln's of the punkln pie to fine.
Il?1-.!edi Us Thankselvln- day when we all down to dine., .
An' our mouths can't help but water as we think o' days sine by
When we would sink our Ueth Into a hunk o' mother's pie.
They're takln tome the spirit of the great world out o' doors:
hen shocKs with fodder overflow an' peace rests on our shores.
So we're thankful for the mercies that are heapln on us high
But we'd be far more thankful for a hunk o mother's pie.
OMAHA, N'eb., Nov. U.X perma
nent state association that will include
in its membership nearly all of the
25o0 manufacturers of Nebraska,
banded together to aid in the Indus
trial development of the state. Is ex
pected to result from a two days' con
ference begun in this city today by
:f 'Targe number of leading manufac
'urers and business men. After com
pleting its organization the conference
will discuss tho safeguarding of em
ployes, tire waste, transportation,
woikmen's compensation, the blue sky
law and other matters of common in
terest. the matter of a franchise up with
me yesterday alternooik When the
time arrived -Mr Gettins called me up
and informed me that It mould be
Imposslblo for bis man to be here aud
died a later date.
Council to Act
"I called the matter to the attention
of the council at its last meeting and
I understand that the matter will uc
taken up at tbe meeting tonight.
Lost No Rights
"No. in my opinion the city has
not lost any of its rights by virtue
of the work done by tbe company.
Under our law there is but one way
to gain rights to the use of the streets
for s)ecial purposes. 3111I the company
has not followed the methods om
Hned by the law."
tailor has imprisoned
Suits From $26 to
tflhSM. 5"! .- i-
Official Announcement of
This Fact Sent to Review
In the mall yesterday the Ilex lew
received a copy of endorsement of
Hon. Hen M. Crawford, of Clifton,
for United States marshal in Arizona,
officially promulgated by the demo
cratic county central committee of
Greenlee county and by the Wilson
and Marshall democratic club in Clif
ton. Following the endorsement:
CIJKTO.V. Nov. U.
Realizing his competency and abil
ity to fill the position and knowing
it would be an honor worthily bestow
ed upon one who has always constant
ly fought for the principles of the
democratic arty, the democracy of
Greenlee county. Arizona, unanimous
ly endorse Hon. M. Crawford, of Green
lee county, for appointment as I'nlteJ
States marshal of Arizona.
Chairman of county central
demcratlc committee. Green
lee county, Arizona.
J. J. KELLY
President Wilson and Marshal
Club. Clifton. Ariz.
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'IN OLD KENTUCKY' 10
BE SEEN AT.ORPHEUH
Dramatic Offering, Running-
I m a 9 i m m X' A 4, . A I I a v I aW '
iwciny icuis at uciyiu
of Popular Success
This eenlng at the Orphetitn the
ater that extremely successful dramat
ic ottering -m Old Kentucky" win
delight local playgoers, for all who
nave witnessed this pla In past sea- tended a reception and remained so
hons w;il cheerfully acknowledge its I tony that ber conscience, if not her
charm and recommend it as a whole-(husband, reproached her.
some evening's entertainment. From n. gt t hr)me tomorrow and get
the hour of Us first prcseutaUdn at' .,,,- ,,,' ,"m. jf 7i
the big Academy of Music. New York, " "fT" $lnmT; fr'"f. ad a"'
where It ran a year upon Us firs cn: Promised herself, penitently,
gageinent some twenty, year, ago, Tne dining room clock chimed half
through every theatrical season up to,PaRt B a she opened her door. There
the present one. It has tieen presented ' w"s no time to change her dress, so,
without Interruption onfthe stage: of j slipping a big apron over her finery,
tito United States and t'ancda. This she flew Into the kitchen. There she
is a record of solid achievement not put on the kettle, turned the heat on
often equaled in the annals of the full blast under the oven and in ten
American stage. .. minutes more was flopping biscuits
At Highest Popularity. Into buttered pans.
ofTnlruLio'ln' Sh ' - of the kitchen
Of its popularity and it holds its own , ,. ., , ... .. . ,,
Mlh the most successful of the re- an,d dining room with the beaut!-
cent New York successes. The plot fuI iu'ness and sureness that some-
or the play Is nefthec complex or,Un,e comeg M a ult of n bPW'
Iniohed. but the incidents how they restful, worry free day. She felt
multiply The heroine is a loable' somehow that dinner would bo good,
flesh and blood maiden o tbe Ken-' even though It was hurriedly pre-
tucky hills and she' quickly secure I pared.
t. .LI iL. ml I
me nyiuiiuiuieu oi (uei tuuieuce mere
u music and dancinir by an amusing
score or little colored lads, a most ,
realistic horse racethe development!
and ciilmlnaUori of ajmountaInccr'B
Md: ,l Le S0! J8"!
score of little coloredf lads, a most ,
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and many stirring moments and ex ! Sa J"oanE ,adr" iUon "niarlc
clllng episodes throughout the four ' ed aB he outtered his fifth biscuit,
acts. There Is tender&cntlment and I "b' Is a dinner that must have beeri
icUon. real uathos and ssilendld !
comedy and countless situations of in
Jouse dramatic power All In all. 'In
Old Kentucky" Is good,' honest drama
truo to lire and abounding In Interest
ing features. Advertisement.
FEDERALS TO DEFEND PUEBLA
MEXICO ClTYi No. H. 100 fed
oral v.rc on the ay from I'uebla In
the state of Mexico, to the relief of
Tepeji, thirty miles kouth, which is
menaced by Zapatistas who ambushed
them at Uarranca llonda The train
men who escaied reioned that thu
federals lot twelve men killed and
others were hard pressed. 600 rehels
under Tuerto Morales, attacked Hu
chuettla in tbe state of Ptiehla, allien
was defended b) rural guards. Mobt
of the defenders.
Jose Rosete went over to the rebels.
Kosete was made a colonel in the
Ash Can on Wheels.
A Connecticut Inventor has mounted
an ash can on whee!fiand equipped It
with handles which cpn be locked to
tiold the affair stationary when they
are not required for moving It
CRUISERS ON WAY TO TURKEY
WASHINGTON. Nov. 14. The arm-
ored cruiser Tennessee, now on Us
ay to Turkish waters with the cruis-,
er Montana, was heard from todu at
wireless station at Arl-
lngton, Va.. reiorting herself about
1000 miles out of New York.
PASSED AN UNQUIET N1GH1
Traveler, Lost In the Bush, Was GlaJ
to So Without tha Blessings of
Bat I haa nevf-r given a thought tt
the course I -id' taken lu jiy gillo;
across the veldt. I kept on ano on, and
before long It gro'w da'k and soui
what cold. So I dismounted, and af
er thinking It over, I knee-haltcred'.h
horso and let him go, crept head Qrs:
Int.' o lopfa inl.hASf hnla fn wtTt'i
lodging, and made myself as conffcrt
able as possible under the ircum
(Unces, using the blesbok hHe .'or a
blanket. Tho night was Jark a
Sleep was out of question. I sup
pose it was thii haunches and tbe ra
hide that attracted tho creatures, bt
btrcre long it really seemed as If 1
had PtttPrt nwn , .- ri'l!.nPn nr wit.-.!
pigs and Inr.ulted -v whole commit
nlty. To bejin with, "qaeallcg Ince
santly, they seemed to bo racing roui.4
Jd round in a circle, talking me for itt
center. Then a number of jackalr
drawing nea'er and nearer. Joined It
the chorus Rut I acoa dis;07erec
that if 1 disliked the coisc l falrl
dreaded the siicnce. puring the quiet
speils 1 Knew that on;etbins wai
Chewing Industriously at the project
ing er.ds of tbe raw hide in wblth l
was enveloped. It was hard work foe
me to keep froct Hiking incessantly, J
but whenever t rested for a. mlntiti
the chewing developed 1-to vigoro'ir
tugs, the significance of which it wsi
easy for one In my position to appie
Kowever, I kicked th night throvgt
to. safety, and early 1.. ae raornlbg :c
my delight, t found my .orsa a sl-jrt
distance away, ritillpg ronteitedly at
lis breikfasL- .iint Mcatyy.
is usually impossible to the bilious. I
But biliousness yields and head- !
-mUa mnmttp tvniU In'irurmn . I
J ' whenthtfbowelsarercgulatedand'eat. ttb'ng. They are the two
i fhlivj.randlcidnevsstimnlatMrbv iFMtStf lhst dwell. In houses and
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Young Mrs. Wilton hurried guiltily
through the dusk. This was the third
lime within a week that sha had at-
Tf tn. "r. stent- tto y,TrMi.n to
perfection, the biscuits were so flaky
perfection, the bli
tnat even jIrs wl
The coffee had
some sort of necta
llton was astounded.
percolated Itself Into
OUillC DUU Ul Urt.lAi.
Inspired. Why" helping himself to
more .steak and mushrooms',
regular poem'. , -.
"Oh, this Isn't 'wliat X call a regular
dinner." declared Mrs. "Wilton, dim
pling. "I got In rather late from Mrs.
Tlentley's this afternoon and so I
didn't fuss. But tomorrow we are
going to have a dinner that will take
your breath away. I have the outline
of it already In my mind, and you
may bring that Mr. Rldgely home
with you If you want to."
"Well, If you can beat this dinner
you're a wonder. Of course. I'll
bring Rldgely. I've ben advising him
to get married when he's kicked about
boarding house meals, and a meal
like this one will certainly clinch my
Directly after Hilton's departure
i the next morning Mrs. Wilton sat
down and put the outline of the din
ner en raper. Everything worked oat
bo smoothly and looked so well when
written down that she felt as If the
dinner was already half prepared.
Her mind was easy when she pick
ed up one of the new magazines. The
stories were Interesting. When final
ly she turned frenr them -she-discovered
that It was too late to get sev
eral of the dinner essentials In time
for them to be prepared properly.
With a good deal of reluctance she
rearranged the dinner. As she was
on her way to the telephone to order
th(, new dlnMr materials the door
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zllng In her bridal finery and fresh
from a European honeymoon.
The sunny afternoon melted awav
and when Mary Powers had vanished
young Mrs. Wilton stood In the mid
dle of thc floor and an awful forebod
ing flooded her soul. She had forgot
ten for the second time to order the
makings of that dinner!
One wild look at the clock told her
that the last delivery boy had gone
on his last round. There wasn't even
time for her to dress and run out aft
er tbe necessary things.
A sick fear came upon her and she
whispered hoarsely: "There's not a
thing In the house!"
Her feet were dead weights, her
wa,s '""pable of thought and
her bands moved Incessantly In mad
Away up on the emergency shelf,
where in a spirit of Joking security
her husband had put them, was tho
proverbial can of salmon and the
pound of prunes. In the Icebox were
four sad little chops. And she baked
Mscult. sad little blsculU, and a cake,
In ,! If ,,1.1.. aI.1.. rr ..!,. Tfc , a 4nm
A iHttuiiuvniu vnc A. naa iucu
past dinner time.
She arranged this harrowing feast.
turned the lights low and waited.
When an hour that seemed efernlty
had slipped away and her head was
throbbing like a dynamo the door
(opened gently and a conscience-
stricken Wilton appeared- alone.
"Where's Mr. Rldsrelv?" asked Mrs.
Wilton In a far-away voice.
Whv vnn hap TIpkh T -wolf t'm
frightfully sorry that I forgot appjit
your magnificent spread tonight, "but
I had an"OUt-of-town caller Cheney,
you know, my best customer "ij I
i forgot about time. We missed my
regular Iraln, ana" Cheney couldn't
itay over, so I didn't try to get home.
We had supper in a restaurant. I'm
awfully sorry, girl, but "
I Mrs. Wilton began to clear the ta-
ble with cheerful rapidity,
j "Never mind," she said. 'T worked
(pretty hard over this dinner, but tt
can t exactly be called an inspired re
past." Man and the Rat-
Man HTlA tht fill ITf. PTPfTtfrlrft Tlfl
i fTaveBln ships. Each drives. Its-other
(rivals to tKe-wal;.bot neither.'ex'eept
come)near to cxtcVmlnatlng" the Jlher.
I Thetuse" of cement is greatlyf fac!llin
-n o fawa e.-..w w
Kcad Kc'vicw "WahVA'cIs
Eats Freely Bui
Has No Dyspepsia
Takes a mild laxative with good pep
sin and Insures his comfort
Fortunate is tho man who can cat
"anything" without suffering the tor
turer of dyspepsia, but as few are so
fortunate care should Le taken In
the matter of diet. Eating ulowl),
m-istlcatlng the food thoroughly and
taking a short walk after the heavy
meal of the day will do much towards
n'ssCstlng digestion. Any grown-up
persou aught 'to know the peculiar
ibuds that do not agree, and thesu
should be avoided:
When these common-sense alcjs
Ui. the next thlrig to do is to take
n- ml'd digestive tonic with laxative
properties, and there Is none bctte
tnani Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It
epnjiiins the' greatest of. all aids to
dlgqsUon, good iK.'isln. it has other
ingredients that act mildly on the
bowels, and combined it forms a com
blnatlon for th relief of dyspepsia
or indigestion that Is unsurpassed
' ITS Action js to tone aud strengthen
tlrt- "stomach, aud bowel muscles so
that they can again do their work
naturally wtthout outside aid. and
when that happy moment corner all
medicine can be dispensed with. It Ja
the best remedy obtainable for any
disorder of the stomach, liver and
bowels, for dyspepsia, constipation,
biliousness, headaches, drowsiness
after eating, gas on! the stomach, etc.
Thousands of nserVi will testify fo
this, among them Sergt O. Shcpar.
TL Douglas, I'tah. anil Mr. J. A. 'Man
chester, Manchester, la.
Syrup Pe.isln Is sure in lis results,
and a -ast improvement over chew
ing or swallowing tablets and mints.
REGARDED AS JOKE
Officer of Ninth Cavalry'
Says No Danger of the
The officers and men of the ninth
cavalry stationed at Warren arc tak
ing the report which has Leen circu
lating around town to the effect that
the camp was under quarantine, as a
huge joke "Xo we weren't placed
tinder quarantine." said one or the of
ficers when seen today, and how that
report sot out is moret han I know.
Our bos have been going to town
right along and are htill to be seen
on the street of Dlsbee. Scarlet fev
er is a children's disease so there isn't
llie HligJfteirdaiigVfth'31 the men will
Catch It. J do ngt tellete Uiat the
war department nould send us auay
fiom here because of the recent bca.o
In Warren "
When asked how the false report
could hae originated, the officer
smiled and said. "We recentb received
two new recruit horses and. as is tiie
usual custom, before turning them Jut
with the rest, they were placed under
quarantine for several das and care
fully examined to see whether they
developd an communicable disease,
t'nfortunately one of the horses de
veloped glanders and unusual pre
cautions were taken In keeping the
disease from spreading. Of course
you appreciate the fact that these
horses are ery valuable animals,
many years having been spent to
train them for the service, so that the'
utmost care Ls taken to keep them jit
a healthy condition. '
'The other day when the circus
people were here wo retuscd to allow
their horses to use th sain trough that
ours do and also posted our grounds
with a notice to that effect. Stray
horses must also be kept out of tne
enclosure occupied by our quarters.!
This Is probably how the story started, M
but as far as any quarantine
put on the men its a joke.
UNIVERSITY HEAD IS
Dr Arthur H Wilde. oreslrteKt or
the University- of Arizona, snent. ,2.
short thne'irf ths-city yesterday aft-n
ernoon, stopping oft here on his way
to Tombstone, where he delivered a
public lecture last night, and one at
Douglas night before Jast on "Quit
Ing and Quitters."
He was met at the deiiot b School
Superintendent Charles F. Phllbrook
and .escorted? to the High school bullij
ing, whero,th.e university president dtf-1
(Hered a short talk to the senior class
of the High -sqhoel. He, left on the
3 23 o'Cioct tdiin tor Tombstone. I
A. 31LOOB MEBICSBiE WiTHOUT ALCOHOL.
Recently it ha been deGnitly proven" by experiment on tnimati that alcohjol
towers the germicidal power of the body nd that alcohol paralyze the white cor
puscles o( the blood and renders them unable to take up and destroy disease germ.
DiC8e germs cause thc death o( over one-half of the human race. ,
A blood medicine, made entirely without alcohol, which is a pure glyceric ex
tract of roots, such as DIoodrcot, Queen.'a'j-oot, Golden Seal root, Mandroke act!
Stone root, ha been extensively sold by druggists' for the past lorty years as Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The refreshing inCuence of this extract is liVc
Nature's influence thc blood i bathed in the tonie which (lives life to the blood
the vital fires of the body burn brighter and .their increased activity consumes tha
tissue rubbish which has accumulated curing the winter.
PatefcSgL practice, was the
S?Jti) roatt' without a
rjf- SI g he.imat bKt 1
enn or ujne-an
' dew too tacit be est
-OaTHOn nw tn WTlt TA
use of the treatnant
did. 1 dnnJai tha
tnxiUc. I ahall alwajra nmnmmi jrwtr medielna.
Jtit2E,BnEsi' --"Dr. I'icrct-'si'Icasaotii'clleU rc.uUte liver tad-faorrtis.
Hr IDT' r'm&0
CgvvfKUHn Tar ?iK-'3
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SERGT. O. SHAPAR.
or taking cathartics, salts etc., all of
v.hlch are harsh and nauseous and at
best do but temporary good. You
can obtain Syrup Pepsin at any drug
fctore for fifty cents or one dollar a
If no member of your family bat
over used Sjrup Pepsin and you
would like to make a personal trial
of it berore buying It In thc regular
way of a druggist, bend your address
a postul will do to Dr. W. . Cald'
nell, 415 Washington St.. Montlcello,
111., and a freo sample bottle will be
nulled ou. Results caro always guar
anteed or money will be refunded.
Advertisement. ' Cll.
10 HEN 5DFFER BAD
MIES FROM AUTO
Cranks on Machines Fly
Back and Wounds in Legs
of Both Are Inflicted
John J. JJowen, or the firm or BdvJ
en and Hubbard, was painfully Injurc.l
by being struck with the crank of his
automobile f.t Courtland yesterday
afternoon. The crank escaped his
hold as he was cranking' up tho cur
and struck his leg. Inflicting a cot
that required fourteen stitches to
suturo It. Notwithstanding the wound
was sluing blm a great deal of pam,
he was at his place of .business Jast
night, after arriving at 8:30 o'clock,
accompanied by Mrs. -IJowen.' 'George
Jackgon. of Courtland, droe.theJr car,
3llv'BoWen being unable to' drive. ;
Walter La n tor (I, cashier of the flcwi.
suffered similar injuries Wednesday
eenlug. When he started to crankjuji
the engine of a car at the garage tfie
machine jumped forward and the end
6r one of the front bprings struck him
in tho Ifg, making a palnrul cut. i
The condition of Harry Anderson,
brother of Mrs. J. J. Uowen who Mr.
and Mrs. Iiowen went to see at Conri
land, Is better. He Is ill of pneumonUi.
LUNG. AFFECTION YIELDED
: ' ' TO THIS REMEDY.
An) ore interested In the treatment
of Consumption should cet one of b
.heoAlet telling or recoveries by tho
i-oi tcKinans-Alteram e. Cougbe,
Stubborn Colds and Pneumonia lriay
be tho beginning or more bcrionsi
tJoubles Eckman's Alteiatlvo is the
(fleet vc- remedy. Head Mr. Kanaly's
Saratoga, N. Yj
tjntleraen: tor five or sis years
was troubled with cough and expec-
wuu". aiso iiiiu a nign lever. Jsiy
cse was declared Consumption Ay
my nh)slclau. I was given Cod Liver
OJL .Creosote atid other medicines., all
without benefiL JL
"At t hrlstmas time, 19CC, I was npt
expected to live. Calling Dr. It. $!.
McCarthy, he advised the use or Eck
luan'H Alterative, which I took wfUi
excellent results, and was entirely
cured. I have gained in weighOf.1
go out In all weathers and have fchtl
no couzh or cold whatever. I giro
these tacts to encourage others to hie
ik'kmati's Alterative." ?
(Sworn aflldatit) J AS. W. KAXALY.
Kckman'b Alterative is effectlvtislu
Uronchltls. Afcthma. Hay Ferti-:
l-h..,'. n.l T .... fT--..l.,, - - , ,
V ' . u i-"" iiuituies anu in
rldfifir tho svstem TVias tt -.
tam pbTsonl, o)Iate5 or habrobn
Hip drugs. For sale by Lowell Drug
Co-., In Lowell and other leading drjig
gits. Ask ror booklet telling of i
coverics, and write to 1'ckman Tab
oratory. Philadelphia, Pa, for addi
tional eAldence. Advertiseinent 68?
Ur. K. V. I'icrce, the founder of thc Invalids' Hotel and
Suitical Institute, and a phvsician of larfo exDerience aad
first to make up an Aitskathe ExrxAC&f
particle oi alcohol or narcijtic. u
rivd f nv th oe of your mvrinnfa antt vft-
innn a rD11lne, sore. umsultM Jour donor ljue
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out Ufora thc wound woekbsil. A ktni f rSi
the oVias GaM.- at I cnior eT.hmijjh &xn I
Ur. I'urr. hh I riarl. inri rtia- mtFn mrflu'
voOnd 'With Dr. llm' AlMfTttiK-Salve azxl
took tha 'CoUto Mnlical Jjlucorrry" and 'Ph-ataat I'u'fri'ry
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