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Monday July 1, 1912
About Plant Juice
WeHknown EI Paso Citizen
Muds it Highly Meritor-
ious and Becommends it.
Mr J. H. Jones, one of the wellknown
and respected citizens of El Paso, has
tested Plant Juice, and is highly en
thusiastic oier it as a corrective and
tmc. Mr Jones' home is at 71S Upson
V. enue. Plant Juice' is truly mar
velous." h" "ai'l to the Plant Juice
uemonstramr at Kelly-Pollard drug
store "It has done roe a world of good
and from the ery first I noted the
j.nod effect.- I suffered with a serions
l.iod disorder and with- constipation.
I had been reading of Plant Juice and
X knew some of the El Paso people
vtlft had been taking it and were so
f ntbusiastic over it that they were
generally cdvising their friends to lay
in a supply of it I secured a bottle
nd within a few days l began to rapid
ly improve: appetite better, sleep better
and to feel fresh vigor all over. Plant
J j ice is all right "
Plant Juice represents the greatest
. ombination of juices, extracts and es
nce that science has been able to
takp from the medicinal plants of the
. arch. It is a marvelous reconstructive
and tonic, particularly affecting the
fiomach, liver, kidneys, nerves and
iood. If you have indigestion, are
mlious. nerve wrecked or generally run
.''wn you will find more relief In Plant
j ice than in any thing you ever took.
it will put new life Into yon and re-
Tir.ve vour aches and pains. Call today
n the Plant Juice man at Kelly-Pol-
ard s drug store. Sheldon Hotel, and
g t a bottle of Plant Juice.
LAST FOR THREE DAYS
Ragtime A Hit With
Audiences In the Briti
iiocg 1 1 Automobile
Fort Davis Plans Lengthy
and Elaborate Observ
ance of the Fourth.
Fort Davis, Tex July 1. The vari
ous committees on the Fourth of Julv
l elebration are all busy. The programs I
have been made out for three days cele- J
bration. Julv 4, 5 and 6. A barbecue I
dmner will be server the fourth with
rates and baseball and a play at night
Misa Lenora Jones left the first of
the week for Alpine, where she will at
tend the normal for one month.
Clav Espy is ill.
Espy Miller and Andy Williams are in
from "the Esnv ranch. "
Rome of the younger crowd of young
folks enjoyed a hay ride last night.
Mrs. W. S.'Jliller is up from an at
tack of grin.
Mr. and Mrs. Beau McCuteheon and
Mrs. J. W. McCuteheon are in from the
raich to go to El Paso.
L. H. Hitter has returned from El
The Misses Holts are visiting at the
Bennett McCuteheon ranch this week.
Jesse and Frank Jones were in shop
ping from the Point of Bock ranch.
Dr. W. T. Jones was called to the
Tieau McCuteheon ranch see Mrs. Beau
McCuteheon the first of this week.
Dan Yarborer has gone to his home
at Hillsboro, Tex., after spending almost
a year here with his sister ana family,
Mr and Mrs. A. H. McKee.
O. Niell has arrived from Dallas to
visit his family, who is spending the
l:mmie Duncan is in town from his
Davis mountain ratten.
Mrs. Carlton entertained the sewing
circle. Refreshments were served. The
following were present: Mrs. S. M. Janes,
Jlxs. Jas. Stewart, Mrs. O'Neill. Mrs. C
H Jackson. Mrs. Sarah Locke. Mrs. Mat
tie Jones. Mrs. L Mixon, Mrs. H. M.
Tonas. Mrs. E. H. Carlton; Misses Mar
nan Bleim and Grace Stewart. Mrs.
O'Neill will be the next hostess.
The farmers have cut tlieir alfalfa the
second time and have a much better crop
than at first.
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Oil AT DOUGLAS
Biff Euch of Cattle Preceded
the Carrying Out ot
Douglas. Ariz., July 1. R. L. Benton
and J. S. McDaniel are enroute to the
border with 1600 head of cattle. They
are expected to arrive in Asua Prieta
today. This will be the first bunch of
cattle to so through the new dipping
vat being erected by Benton & com
pany. The cattle will be shipped to
Garde City, Kas.
Three hundred head of cattle from
Sonora to Dowdle & Curtiss, of this
city, were the last cattle for shipment
to come out of Sonora without Demg
dipped, at least for a number of years.
Stringent dipping laws became effec
tive today. Orders to this effect were
received here last week and made
w-nnYirn tn ihp rattlemen. At once a
rush to get out all the cattle possible,
before the ruling went into effect, be
gan. Not less than 20,000 head crossed
the line by Sunday night
Among shipments which will be
crossed this week are 2,000 cattle, at
Naco and Hereford, for E. A. Tovrea. of
Bisbee, at the first place and for the
Cananea Cattle company at the latter.
Two thousand head will cross at No
gales for the Alamo Cattle company.
One thousand head will cross at Here
ford for Babe Thompson.
Work upon the dipping vats and
buildings of Benton & company here
was rushed so that they would be com
pleted by the time the open period had
been declared closed.
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E-M-F and FLANDERS
Many American Actors Go
ing Abroad This Sum
mer; British Idea of
MORENCI TO HAVE
A BIG- FOURTH
Morenci. Ariz.. July l. Moreno!
i hanged its mind at the last minute,
and will now have an old-fashioned,
rousing Fourth of July. There will be
two ball games, a football game, dou-Me-jack
and single-jack drilling con
tests, races of all kinds, in fact, some
thing doing every minute, the day to
wind up with a ball at the Morenci
lub. Fourth of July and Christmas are
he only times in the year when every
thing is shut down and everyone in
''amp is free to do the same thing at
the sametime , and they expect to make
the most of this coming holiday.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brubaker are the
proud possessors of a new boy, since
Mr. and Mrs. George Fraser will
ppend a month In Colorado. Mr. Fraser
is shop foreman for the D. C Co.
Mrs. Frank Rathbun, wife of the mln
ifag engineer for the D. C. Co, leaves
this week for the east to be away all
respite the hot weather the Satur
day night dances given by the troop
In the armory are being well -attended
and are increasing in popularity.
Stings or bites of Insects that are fol
Irwed by swellings, pain or itching
should be treated promptly as they are
poJsonous. BALLARD'S SNOW LINI
MENT counteracts the poison. It is
"ioth antiseptic and healine Pric 'Sr
JOc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Scott I
(By Emory B. Calvert.)
New York, July 1. News of the
ships shows aa unusual number of per
formers are going over to Europe this
summer. Some are going because they
have the money and crossing the At
lantic has become a habit: some to see
the country, and some to find out
whether they will be liked in the
English music halls.
All American vaudeville actors -wonder
how their stuff would go in Lon
don. Very properly they wonder, for
to wonder is all they can do. There's
no knowing until they appear on the
other side. -Some that n rnnfliliini nf
pleasing the British public return sur
prised, others that go with the idea of
merely testing the appeal of their act.
and caring little 'or the result find
that they can stay abroad .as long as
Americans a Hit Abroad.
It is widely taken for granted that
a high class musical act must meet with
the same degree of success on one con
tinent that it does on the other. THat
this is a fallacy is a lesson that has
been sorrowfully learned in rerpnt
j years by many acts, both vocal and in
strumental, tnat were called good in
the United States. Whenever there is
a discussion about the kind of Ameri-
can act that is best received abroad,
the first thing all agree on i that tho
STAGE STARS WHO ARE ENTERTAINING NEW YORK'S HOT WEATHER
(Upper left) Jeanettc Thornton, in "Robin Hood"; (upper right? The Dolly
sisters, in "A ANinsome Widow." at Zicgfield's Moulin Rouge; (lower left) Ade
laide Harland and Abbott Worthier, in "The Merry Go Rounder" at the Colum
bia; Eva Shirley at Hammersteins Roof Garden.
Stage stars who are entertaining New York's hot weather crowds:
at the London Hippodrome is greatly to
noK-XIme Makes a Hit.
"Her three songs, "Rag-tirae Violin.'
Alexander's Rasr-time Rand' and
'Everybody's Doin It,' developed an en- j
not often seen at the Hippodrome. Her
manner is all spark and 'ginger yet it
is less aggressive than most other coon
singers who have come from the other
side. I consider her the best exponent
of rag-time yet seen in England.
"A new American act which I enjoyed
more than well was that performed by
Kllis & McKenna. They are men pos
sessed of exceptionally fine voices
ences did not take to Jack Wilson.
Several comedians of fame in England
have came to America and did not ap
peal to American audiences. But there
is one striking difference in the way
such failures are accepted. An Ens- J
nsnman wno laus here has- a habit of
returning home and raking the Ameri
cans for their lack of appreciation of
his endeavors. On the other hand Jack
Wilson returned from England with a
"They didn't seem, to understand
what I was driving at." said the black
face comedian. "So, I just took a boat
and came back home, where peoplo
seem to think I am funny. If they did
WOOL RECEIPTS AT
ROSWELL ARE HEAVY
Already Nearly -a Million
Pounds Hare Been
Roswell, N. M-, July 1. Five hundred
and nlne,ty-five thousand dollars will
be the receipts from the Roswell mar
keted wool crop this year three mil
lion five hundred thousand pounds at
the close average sale price of 17 cents.
This is not the actual valley's output,
but only the crop that will be shipped
from the Roswell market alone.
Already 950.000 pounds has been sold.
Ed. S. Seay. of the Roswell Scouring
mills bought the 250,000 pound clip
from the Penasco Sheep company: and
other buyers have bought the follow
ing clips: Miller & Johnson, Charles de ,
Bremond, J. W. Turknett, L. Pachecho,
and A. Russell.
The following clips are now coming
in and being stored in the Roswell
Wool & Hide company ware rooms:
C. a Martin. 200.096 pound.
Thorne & Sutherland, 40,000 pound.
Walter Long, 400,000 pound.
K. A. Toder, 50,000.
Orr K. Ingram, 1CG.009.
C. M. Farnsworth. 6B.GM.
w. H. uroves, 26,008.
John Cauhope. 35,908.
John Falxa, 42.009.
When these clips get in this ware
house will have ,000.000 pounds stored.
It is not known when this will be
sold. The average price this year has
been little above that of last season,
the range being from 15c to 17c. Last
year th.Knollin & Brink crop topped
the market at 17c.
The wool this year is in :rood averaca
j condition the fleecy stuff being very
.iree irom sana ana airt.
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MANY WOOL BUYERS
ARE AT CORONA NOV
that Is for music hall - -crnr-i.- t.. ht. I not object to mj visit over there. I am
cases there is evidence of the operatic ! sure I have no cause to complain."
Quality. I A few years ago Charles Kenna. "a
They make a quick change from their f1'1 faker." crossed the Atlantic and I
street costumes to full evening dress "siniiy oecame a great favorite. This
and reappear in a drawing room scene achievement has just been duplicated by
xxni rcj .citiia auu xuin .ucivenna, sing
ers ana comeaians.
aha deliver harmonious excerpts from
uyeras. xneir singing is a very high
-order and they have pleasant manners,
dress well and act with ease and-natnr-alness.
BIlic & McKenna should go
Difference in Tastes.
"An example of now tne tastes of
Kngland and America differ, was pro
vided this week by an offering at the
T'al 4 An CI-. -AnV... -. f . m
TnSfbea ft 5&VS FISHES pearedTor flrst
xnere may De a Jot of trath in this, time in JEnclanrt tho .Tart- wn t
out jook at Walter Kelly's case. His
"Virginia Judge" monologue is just as
Dig a hit m England as it was in the 1
unnea states, ms Irish Italian stories
and his negro dialect have elicited from
London critics some of the superlatives
formerly consecrated to descriptions of
Chevalier and no one else in the halls.
Englishman' Idea of Americans.
The following clipping from W.
Buchanan Taylor's signed page in the
Sporting Life indicates what on Eng
lishman thought of several American
"In America there Is a type of vaude
ville entertainer known as the 'Coon
Shouter.' In this class Miss Maude Tif
fany must stand pretty high. She is a
fine looking woman in every respect,
and is possessed of enormous vitality.
Her good looks, her method of dress
ing and the changes she effects make
her a welcome addition to our vaude
ville scheme. That she has succeeded
time in .England tho Jack Wilson Trio
.which is standard act in the States.
and has a big reputation. The trio is
made up of a blackface comedian,
straight singer, and a semi-eccentric
woman. The performance was a mix
ture of singing, pattering cross talk;
In fact, a regular pot-pourri.
"In no way did It appeal to the Pal
ace audience. It will probably surprise
many people In America to know that
they were not a success, but there Is
no reason why It should bo presumed
that what is successful on one side
will be on the other.
"The Carberry, Boys, wearing even
ing dress and hard) shoes, in intricate
work show much invention, are pleas
ant looking youths with a certain
amount of grace and good stage man
ner, probably the best dancing couple
imijuriea in ine last two years.
English Comedians Fall Here.
Quite so, Americans are not likely
to be offended because English audi-
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Kansas City . . 40,65
St. Louis 49.65
Chicago ...-.-. 55.65
If yonr vacation is short nse the
New York .-.h. $85.45
Washington .-. 74.55
Hot Springs . . 39.35
They went over
with no bookings. They were going to
piay a. wcck it it were ouerea, and se
Now, they have contracts for a year.
Playwright Wed; Itomance.
There is a romance back of the mar
riage on the Pacific coast of Harry
Leon Wilson, co-author with Booth
Tarkington in, "The Man from Home,"
"Cameo Kirby," "Your Humble Ser
vent," and other plays, to Helen
McGowan Cooke, IS years old daughter
of Grace McGowan Cooke, somewhat
famed as a write of romances. The
wedding is the result of the production
oi -lweutn Kignt,' in the Forest
theatre at Caroiell-by-the-sea last sum
mer. Wilson making the acquaintance
of his bride-to-be at the rehearsals,
both of whom participated In the pro
duction. Wilson gave his age as 45. This Is
the second marriage, his first wife,
from whom he -was divorced a few years
ago, having been Rose Cecil O'Xeal
Latham an illustrator.
The newlyweds will live at Ocean
Home, a beautiful country place near
Quit the- Shnberts.
Louise Gunning and the Shuberts
have come to the separating point, and
Miss Gunning has signed a contract
with A. IL Woods for next season.
Miss Gunning received $750.00 a week
with the Shuberts.
Sheepmen Are Prosperous
As Evidenced by Auto
mobiles The' Buy.
Corona. K. M., July 1. Wool buyers
are getting numerous here. The wool
clip this year was a good one and the
price is' stiffening a little, so that the
sheep men are feeling prosperous. So
far as can be learned all the offers are
over 14 cents, with a general inclina
tion to keep on holding. This point
ships much wool every year and the
wool growers are learning to protect
themselves, with the result that they
are getting better treatment from the
The ranges in this vicinity are in
splendid condition, early rains having
started 'the grass. Showers and threat
ened showers continue and there is
every prospect of a good vear for both
stockmen and farmers. Cattle are fat
and a few steer buyers are wandering
In here, hut the cattlemen here will not
have many to sell this year, as with nn
limited grass and the prospects of plen
ty of water they will hold their year
lings, and perhaps their two's.
That this is a prosperous stock coun
try is best evidenced by the number of
automobiles being used by sheep men.
These hard-headed business men are
not plunging. They buy high-priced,
serviceable machines and use them
every day in visiting their herds, at
tending to business in the town and
taking wool and lamb buyers around.
The machines are saving them time,
which at this season of the year is
worth money to every herd owner. Very
few sheep ranch wagons now come to
town except to haul out freight.
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COI.BOUG1I TO HAVE VARIED
ATTRACTIONS OX THE FOURTH.
Corona, N. M., July 1. The people
of the Colbough settlement, four miles
east of Corona, are anticipating great
times for the fourth. There will be
plenty to eat for all. Pony racing,
tournament riding, dancing and
preaching will be the main features of
Robert Stepp went to Santa Rosa on
Mrs. W. W .Simpson has moved to
Duran, X. M., where she will make her
home for the present. Her mother ac
J. K. Floyd has left for Clifton, Ariz.,
where he will follow his trade as car
penter. Pablo Chaves has his new building
about ready to move into.
Miss Mary Adams and Miss Mabel
Falby accompanied Mr. and Mrs. T. M
DuBois to Torrance, X. M where the
natives are shearing for Mr. DuBoIse.
i. a. urovrn came up from Kl Paso
to prove up on his homestead here.
Lora Simpson, who has been spend
ing some months in the western part
of the state, has returned for a visit
to friends and relatives.
Cleve Brown, of the DeGraffenreid
ranch on the Teso, is spending a few
days visiting friends and relatives
Jno. Dulaney left for Durance. Col
this week where he contemplates mak
ing his future home.
Pick Warden, of t'JC Warden Bros,
ranch, near Artcho, X. M., was In town.
Dr. Richards, an old schoolmate of
Dr. V. M. Pinkley, has been visiting
here for a few days.
Fire from some unknown cause, par
tially destroyed a Mexican residence
in the northern part of town.
Frank Hubble has recently purchased
the entire flocks of sheep from Bob
Owen. Mr. Hubble will receive the
sheep this week.
Miss Callie' Thompson, Miss Donnie
Franks and Miss Theo. Richardson,
have returned from Cxrlznzn NT M
"I where they have been attending the
teachers' institute for several davs.
RAINS ON THE.RANGES
Sanderson. Texas, Julv 1. L. fi.
Fletcher has completed a splendid well
on the Riley Patterson ranch. Just
north of Sanderson. Mr. Patterson has
also just completed some fine rock
tanks, making his one of the best wat
ered ranches in this county. Lee Allen
has had charge of the tank work.
Kyle Stansell ha3 just finished sur
veying his eight sections of school
land, located about six miles south of
town, recently awarded him. He re
ports that the rains of the past week
have put out enough water in the "pot
holes" for him to use in building tanks.
A great deal of land in that section of
the county, which has heretofore been
considered worthless is being taken up
and Improved by eight section men.
Up until a few years ago that portion
of the county has not been stocked and
now the grass is reported fine there.
W. J. Smith and H. C. Whitfield have
sold their school land claims amounting
to 1G sections, about 30 mi lee southeast
of this place to George Russell and his I
fnthftr Than avrtAn. - l .. 3
...,,.. .j Afd.. iu improve auu
stock the ranch purchased.
TO DIPPING ORDER
Xogales, Ariz, July 1. Cattlemen
and brokers in this section who
brought shipments of cattle our of
Sonora have raised a great howl be
cause the department has ordered the
cattle dipped at the line for ticks. All
of the cattle that come from the north
of Carbo are free from ticks and most
oattle are crossed at Sasabe, where it
Is impossible to dip them without great
expense, so they are in a dilemma as
to what move to make next.
TOMBSTOXE CATTI.EMBX ARE
WELL PLEASED WITH OUTLOOK.
Tombstone. Ariz.. July 1. Tombstone
is the home of a great many cattlemen
and in "rounding" them up their vari
ous views were all of the same opinion
as to the cattle conditions of 1912 in
this county and in a nutshell, is as
f clows: "There has been a good calf
crop, the mothers are in excellent con
dition, steers are in good condition,
the ranse varies from medium to
good for grass but as to water, some
parts of the range are very shy on
water, but the sudden advent of
showers will probably save the situa
tion in places where the water is
short, for everything points 'to heavy
The cattlemen generally seem to be
in a most nopeiii mood, for if any
thing is calculated to put the smile
that won't come off on a cattle
man it is plenty f feed, lots of water,
good weather, good calf crop and high
prices when he markets.
ARIZONA CATTLE ARE
SHIPPED TO EL PASO
Thirteen cars of Arizona cattle ar
rived at the Union stock yards in
this city Monday morning. The Moss
man cattle firm is handling the cat
tle which will probably be shipped
SHIPS 500 CATTLE
TO EL PASO MARKET
Silver Citv, X IL, July 1. Pink
Robertson, of El Ps shlnni nut to
day 500 head of stock cattle purchased
from Bevin & Marris. They go to El
EXPECTS RAIXS TO TIDE
CATTLEJIBX OVER rX COCHISE
Cowan's Ranch, Ariz., July 1. "We
have been sufferkig for water the last
30 days but the change of the last
few days gives us hope that the rains
will tide us over until the regular
summer rains," eays Wm. Cowan, one
of the largest cattlemen of Cnohise.
and Mr. Cowan further stated that
everything else vas favorable and he
looked for an exceedingly good cattle
BIG CALF CROP this YEAR
OX RAXGES Uitnirvn nERRpnnn.
Hereford. Ariz, July 1. All reports
at this place slate that big alfalfa
crops are being grown this year to
gether with other feed crops and the
cattle Industry i excellent shape.
In proportion to the number of cattle
on the ranges the calf erop is one of
the largest, if not the largest in
years. All cattle are in fair to excel
MAYIIILL OVTTLEMEX ARE
GATHERING STOCK CATTLE.
Mayhill, X. M. July 1. Ballard &
Manning of the Felix, are gathering
860 head of stok cattle for the last
S. S. Ward, of the Flvinir Oat tin Co..
has moved his family to the ranch from
Artesla for the simmer.
MANY 0R0ZC0S IN
Diaz, Formerly a Popular
Mexican Name, Now Is
Mexicans not only name their newly
born after the celebrities of xne father
land. They rename themselves with
every new revolutionary epoch. At
least so it would seem from the railway
pay lists in El Paso.
Before the flock of revolutions came
along with the advent of Francisco I.
Madero, et al., there was a plenty of
Diazes in Mexico; in fact, Diaz was
quite an ordinary moniker. Scores of
Mexicans laborinjr on the sections of
loeal railroads answered to the name of
Diaz. Porfirio Diaz, after the president;
Juan Diaz. Pedro Diaz, Jesus Diaz.
But now not so. "Do you know,"
mused a pay rferk in an El Paso rail
way office. I lmveHt seen a Diaz in
months and months. And the funnr
part of it is. they are all Orozcos now.
See here! Here fa Juan Orozco. Pancho
Oroaco, and here's the real thinjr, Pas
And the queer part of it is that Diaz
13 a common family name in Mexico,
while Orozco is rare. What will hap
pen when all the little Orozcos erow up
and take shovels and picks? They can
have Orozeo printed on the checks and
lust fill in the front name.
Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is al
most certain to be needed before the
summer is over. Buy it now and be
prepared for such an emergency. For
sale by all dealers.
EMULATES GEORGE W. AND
IS FINED $25 FOR IT.
"Who cut that tree?" said the -blue
coat" Sunday afternoon to Manuel
Riaewa. who stood beside a fallen tree
in Washineton park that furnished
shade in the playground of the citv.
"Me did," answered Riagora, showing;
his little machete. Whereupon he was
taken to the police station. Monday
morning he was fined $25.
COULD NOT SLEEP NIGHTS
TOOLS CATTLE31EX EXPECT
niG CAIlK CROP THIS YEAR
Pools, Ariz., Jily i. Kveryth ng in
this part of Cchise county argues
well for both tbfe cattle industry and
the agricultural interests. The calf
crop is very larje, one of the largest
OUTLOOK IS ROOD.
Huachuca Sidfcg. Arix July L
The rains .came Just in time to help
out the young grass and the outlook
for the cattleme i3 the best for some
FAVORABLE AT FAIRBANKS.
Fairbanks, Ari:., July 1. Everything
Is favorable to bth the cattle and crop
conditions arouni this point.
13ELIVKR 100 CATTLK.
Ft. Davis. Texai. Juiv 1. J. W. Bspv
sold and delivered one hundred head of
cow to J. W. Merrell.
SUFFERER FROM SKIX TROUBLE
TELLS HOW HE FOtJXD RELIEF
IX S.VXO SALVE.
I suffered from a severe skin affec
tion so I could not sleep nights. I was
almost crazy with itching. I would
scratch and .almost tear myself to
pieces. I tried a great many remedies
without relief. When I saw Saxo Salve
advertised I decided to try it and one
tube entirely cured me. I recommend
It wherever I go." A. L. Morgan. Endi
cott. X. Y.
Many persons aronnd here suffer so
much from eczema that they cannot
sleep at night. Saxo Salve stops the
terrible itching and soothes and heals
In all kinds of eczema, salt rheum
tetter, barber's itch, etc.. Saxo Salve has
wonderful healing power because it
penetrates Vp skin pores and destro s
the germs authe very seat of the dis
ease. We give back your raonev if saxo
Salve does not hrxp ou. Kellv x- Tni.
lard, Druggists, El P$" Tefas.