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THE SUN AND WW, YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920.
OUTPUT OF STEEL
tjjroduction In January Shows
. Drop of 141,116 Tons in
I THR T OP Af . RAKIK" ST A TRKf RNT5? I
V . J , )
Average Figures for Week Elided1 Saturday, Fob. 14, 1920.
MEMBERS OP FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.
fffl IRON GAIN SURPRISES
increase Does Not Meot Needs
; and Finished Steel Is Await
L ing Shipment.
I iilllljlliimni twi'ivt i i i
Chsso National Hunk. .
Fifth Avenue name. .......
Commercial Kurharute Uank,
Commonwealth Hnk. ....
IJnooln National Bank. .'. . .
rinrtlfld National Dank
Fifth National Bank
Hm board National nanlc. , . .
Ulwrt v Nations! nanlc.
Coal and Iron Nat. nanlc. . ,
union Kirnanco nat. uanu.
Brooklyn Trust Co ''KS-JSJ!
itanicrr iruai .o. ,i. . .
II. S. Mortffam & Trust Co
Oiiarantv Tnist Co,
Fidelity Trust Co
Columbia Trust. Co
rooplns Tmst CO
Now York Trua Co
Franklin .Trust Co
Lincoln Trust Co
Metropolitan Trust Co
Naian Nat. .lank, Brooklyn. . .
Irvlns: Trust Co
Karmnrs Loan & Trust Co
N. Y. Produce Exchange Dank..
Lawyers Title & Trust Co 4,000,000
BvtcW to Tn Sun nd Nsw To JIiium,
Pittsburo, Feb. 14. According- to the
monthly report of the American Iron
nnd Steel Institute, production of steel
Ingots In January, 1920, by thirty corn
Annies, which made about 84.03 per cent.
At tho total steol ingot production In
3918, amounted to 2,906,662 gross tons,
iflSHlnst 3,107,778 tons In January, 1010,
it decroano of 141,116 tons. By processes
10 output In tho two months' was as
uIIowh: Open hearth, 2,351,158 gross
dii.s In January, 1919, and 2,241,318
ross tons In January, 1920; Bessemer,
49,34(1 gross tons In January, 1919, nnd
14,657 gross ton's In January, 1920; all
hers, 7,279' gross tons In January,
!H9, and 10,687 cross tons in January,
.Much surprise has been expressed by
Senorta showing that" pig Iron production
jjr.crensod nearly 15 per cent, from De
cember to January. Coke shortage and
jaisorganlaed traffic conditions on the
s.illrpad had been tho sourco of much
Complaint. Consequently the belief of
a loss In production seemed to bo woll
Sslabllshed. Although the 15 per cent.
Jixreaeo was not expected, nevertheless
it wasn't satisfactory and much moro
than that Is needed. Accumulations of
hnlshed steel are seen In many steel
blants awaiting shipment and held back
by Insufficient car supply. Some of them
report accumulations of 50,000 to 75,000
Jjons nnd It la safe to eay that in the
Jrentral West there Is more than 500,000
tjons of material at plants awaiting ship
Snent, which does not mean that rail
roads are functioning less than formerly.
gmt It look? as if they are unablo to
ancreaso their service with anything like
ftho rapidity desired by the Iron and steel
3 .Some Stabilising Influences.
I A few days 'ago the United States
Sfctccl Corporation's report showed that
9ts urullled obligations had Increased
Slurlng January 1,020,075 tons, that in
Srcaso being about 10 per cent, less than
jjts December Increase, but on account
ijpf shipments having been heavier in
Stanuary, bay S5 per cent, of capacity
Uigalnst about 73 per cent. In December,
Who actual bookings were somewhat
Surger In the lattor month. The actual
bookings In January in many cases
lil 1 . t,A.l,.J I.
luuifuuoa nuc vtucic uuuncu ill inuvuill-
Sier or December, but held back pending
g-areful scrutiny of the customer's
Srcorrt, as much more tonnage has been
Wittered the corporation than It can
Tho situation In the steel market as a
sjvholo Is that there are still some stabll
jStlng lnilui-nces, but there Is in sub
stance a runaway, as waa apparent In
?the last report a. week ago. The United
SfUates Steel Corporation has no direct
Mellowing In Its adherence to March 21
nteel prices, but two large Independents
jtaro with It In theory to the extent that
Whey are holding their products at prices
substantially equal to those ruling be-
Joro the March 21 reductions. All other
hurhoat rix. m- i !,! Orcanlxatlon I for iJicusion or
tt Is stated here that about S9.50 Is Fiduciary Qnesiloni.
the highest that has been done on any ; ,w ihnt nnt,nn!.i hnn,,, nrft ,pniT.
Clfarln Itouw Mmbr. 'CaHttl.
Dank of New York N. n, A. . , . rim.m
Dank of tho Manhattan Co , . , , S.gfW.OOO
Mw-hanU' National Hank. . . . . 3,000,000
Mechanlca' tc MeUla Nat, Ilk, . n.OOO.OOO
Hank of Amerlm JJ22'522
National City Bank.... aM?M?i
Cherolral National Dank ?'!2'2?2
Atlantis National Uank.. . . .... l.JOJ.onj
Nat. tlutchri ft nrovw Hank. 300,000
American Rich. Nat. Dank MSMSl
National Dank of Commerce.. , 25,000,000
VadnoUank , AOO.OOO
Chatham & I'henlx Nat. Dank. , 7,000,000
nanover National Hank i.OOO
Cltlxena' National Dank
Motrnnolitan Dank 2,000,000
Corn Kichaneo Hank, . . . ...... f.?0".?'
Importers ft Trad era Nat. Dank l.MW.000
Kaat Itlvc r National Dank 1,000,000
Heconil jvaiionai name iw"
Vint. National Uank 10.000.001)
Irving National Dank n.000-0!
Continental Dank. , 1.000.000
Invoatmonti, 'Caih lit
1.13,4 R 1,000 f 1,0 1 0,000
jm, 009.(00' o.inn.ooo
00.330.OOO (a)50 1. 333.000
2,41 3, 000
fi.1,3.17,000 (b) 408,6 13.000
14,700,000 (C) 131.038,000
Totals $220,800,000 1400,204,500 11,062,110,000 $98,202,000 $350,314,000 $4,000,814,000 $317,204,000 $30,714,000
Slate Banks Not Members of Federal Reserve System,
Total! Kt.r'O.OOO S',344,000 8114,843,000 $10,358,000 $5,708,000 $85,014,000 $31,736,000
Trust Companies Not Member of Federal Reserve System.
Title Ouarantee ft Truat Cii . . . . f.5,000,000
PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS.
a Share In Snrplne la Shown
In Report for 1010.
The annual report of the Pittsburg
Plato Glass Company shows surplus af
ter depreciation nnd Federal taxes or is,
404,898, or 134.10 a share on Its out
standing common stock after tho dertuc
tlcn of preferred dividends, against
112.64 a share earned on Its common In
Profits for 1919 were mora than double
thoEO of 1918 nnd totalled $11.&60,35,
against 15,536,234 In 1918. In 1919 de
preciation chargos wore approximately
$100,000 higher and Federal taxes, wore
Increased nearly 8200,000, making the
balance available, for dividends 88,464,
898. Preferred requirements took but
818.000 of that amount and a total of
$1,703,558 was paid on Its common, leav
ing surplus for the year of 86,654,340 nnd
total surplus on December n or $19,-
COTTON GOODS REVIEW.
Greater quiet prevails In cotton goods
nnd cotton yarn markets. Prices are
less firm, although the scarcity of spot
goods serves to hold prices steady and
near top levels. Denims nave been
priced for delivery to October 1 on a
basis of 44 cents for 2.20s, which Is 6
cents a yard less than goods of that
weight In small lots have boen selling
The largest producers allotted their
output among regular customers and
wcro unablo to tako care of all orders
submitted. Dress ginghams are tightly
sold to October and several lines of
cheviots and coarse working shirt fab
rics nre fully under order. Bleached
lind brown goods have ruled very quiet
with agents busy trying? to flH pwt
orders and buyers well covered for the
next few months.
The storm has Interfered rreatlywltn
trade, especially In the Northeastern
nnrr of thu country, and transportation
will be disorganized for A considerable
time. Jobbers report that retailers ore
more careful In maklnff engagements for
full, hut nr tnklnc In all goods due
that can be shipped. Production shows
some signs of Increase in sections where
overtime work Is possible, imports ot
cotton goods are increasing very rop
'p'rlnea .nrrent are as follows: Print
cloths, 28 Inch 64x4s, 10 cents; 64x00s,
1KU cents: 38V, Inch 64x64l, 23 cents;
brown sheetings, southern standards, 29
cents nnd, 30 oents! denlmn, 3.20 south
m 44 Mnts: tickings. 8 ounces, 55
cents; prints, 21 cents: staple ginghams,
27 cents; dress gipgnoms, o
and 87 Vi cents.
lVamont Confers Willi Abbott,
CiuoAoo, Feb. 14, Thomas W, !
mont of J. P. Morgan & Co., stopping In
Chicago en route to the Orient, an
nounced to-day that If present negotia
tions; were concluded (i loan of 8 20,000,
000 would bo granted to Chlnu, Half of
Its bonds would bo sold In the United
States nnd half In Japan, he said, air,
I.amont stopped here to confer with John
Jay. Abbott, a Chicago banker, who spent
several months In China lAst summer
Investigating conditions for the Amer
ciln bunking group of the four 1'owtr
Rub It Right Out-Try Thisl
Offer Maya Pood
I. D. Noll & Co.
are offering Mayo
Food Products, Inc., 8 per cent cumula
tive preferred stock wjth a 60 per cent
hnmia nf Itn mammon stock, I C Mays,
president of the corporation, states that
earnings have been.lncreased from 8167,-
000 In 1917 to $1,001,000 in ana ro
onnivnient to two and one-half times
Ita preferred dividend requirements. Tho
company packs and cans vegetables, sea
food and fruit, and tho present financing
is to provide for Improvements and addi
tions to plant and for additional work
Exports From Jfevr York.
Itye, bushels, 158,488. Flour, sacks,
6,420. Oil cake, lbs., 891,000. Bacon,
lbs., 2,290,200. Lrd. lbs., 626,200. ru
bricating oil, gals., 240,950. '
Rheumatism Is "pain only."
Not one cuso In fifty requires Inter
nal treatment. Stop drugglngl Hub
the misery right away! Hub sooth
ing, penetrating "Bt. Jacobs Oil"
directly into the sore, stiff Joints nnd
muscles and relief comes instantly,
"St Jacobs Oil" conquers pain. It Is
a harmless rheumatism cure which
never disappoints and does not blister,
Limber upl Quit complaining! Get
a small trial bottle of old-time "81,
Jacobs OH" nt any drug store and la
Just a moment youH be frw from
rheumatlo pain, soreness and stiffness.
Don't suffer! Relief and a cure awaits
you, Get It! "St. Jacobs Oil" Is Just
os good for sciatica, neuralgia, lum
bago, backache, sprains and swelling?
Totals $0,000,000 $18,731,700 $71,426,000 $1,803,000 $3,462,000 $40,203,000 81,191.000
Member Federal Ilften Dank.
St'to bank, not member of
Trvst companies, not memberi
of Federal Reserve Dank
..$233,650,000 $424,2SO,200 tS,14R,3RR.OOO $110113.000 $301,684,000 $4,141,801,000 $280,131,000
75,803,000 4,324,000 3.150,000 34,046,000 1,770,000
Actual Condition at Close of Business Friday,
$4,t39,148,000 $100,119,000 55IO,1S2,OOOt$J,P84,044,000 $310,414,000 $30,001,000
115,440.000 10,481.000 5.801.000 86.CO0.000 31,771 000
71.008,000 1,840.000 5,020,000 . 40,330.000 1,222,000
Agp-ecate, 57 members
(a) In -India deposits In foreign branches $128,787,000; not
serve ror sucn deposit. ci4,. h7,ouu.
b) Includes deposits In rorrlm branches $70,400,000: not In laded In total footings:
aerve for auch deposits, $.1,938,000.
(e) Include deposit In forelm branches $22,354,000; not Included In total footings:
serve ror aucn oeposi a, rr;.,ua.wuu.
$3,125,603,000 $112,440,000 $38 .263,000 $4,120,064,000 $240,407,000
AS,O74,00O 3.1HS.000 11,103,000 53,211,000 .(.Oil.OOO
inciuaoa in total roo.ingt:
E.iluioea carried in banks In foreign countms as re
Balances carried In banks In foreign countries as re
Balances carried In banks In foreign countries as rc-
As officially reported for 28 national banks on December 31 and for 14 State and 15 trust companies on November 12,
HUN payable, rediscount, acceptances and other liabilities In average statement $1,060,243,000 and In actual statement $1,004,842,000.
United States deposits deducted $80,200,000 In average statement and $64,857,000 In actual statement.
Average and Actual Figures of Reserve Position.
Caah Deserve In
res. In vaults, depositaries.
Members nf reserve system $550,514,000
8,ml4nkS.n0t.ln.rrSCn'e.ty?: 510,358,000 5.708.000
tcTr!?. n..t.!n .".r:0 1.803,000 3,462.000
res. In vaults,
512,251,000 $361,084,000 $23,733,000 $397,070 $12,321,000 $558,203,000 $23,162,160 $3,769,220
fresh movement may come in foundry
Iron, but basic seems to be the more
Interesting commodity. The market is
quotabln as follows: Bessemer. $42;
basic. $43; foundry. 840; malleable,
$41.23. Those prices are f. o. b. valley
furnaces, freight to Pittsburg boing
SEOWS DROP IN EARNINGS.
BANES FORM ASSOCIATION.
cgular overseas export tin plate busl-1
ess. and If that Is really the case It
ndlcatcs that sellers have not exacted
jjnc very nignost prices possible because,
With tho Welsh market nn to 70 uhlll.
angs. there Is little doubt that somewhat
"ilgher prices could bo obtained. Ono
Jhalo tC Canada has been made on a $10
ijiasis. ?hat is exceptional because, as a
ing their facilities for exercise of fi
duciary privileges, practically all tho fi
nancial Institutions In this city have
formed an association to discuss ques
tions affecting such companies lp their
fiduciary capacities. Tho organization
Is called the New York City Association
of Trust Companies and Banks In their
D'lllO. thrt tin nlnfA tirnrtllMra riror.I (!, Fiduciary Capacities.
JtTanadiati market more or less as part T,fe following have been elected Its of
Jf tho domestic market. Tho last nccra and e3tecut'vft committee: Presl.
framed has been well held at the $7 dlnh Jep?, BJJbco,ck; vice-president
'level. i . " . ywi. 7 , .v.-
i . . . I president. H. F. Wilson. Jr., vlce-presl-
I The tin plate
jnn an average of
Bar Bnortnse. Ident of the Bankera'a Trust Company;
olants ar oneratlnir ' secretary and treasurer, Ralpli U Cere
to 85 per cent
75 tO 85 Tier rent lu' lluoh vi um .uliuii, raift
m Bank: executive committee. W. J. Mont-
.ars. There Is a serious ehortage of ,on,etlTr vice-president of the Franklin
ox care for shipping th , nroducf hn I Trust Company ; Henry C. -hite. assist-
jthus far the mills' warehouse capacity ' i",rr,r rr,," l2eV..fiLc".a.n!?
the Guaranty Trust Company; Edwin
Gibbs, trust officer of the Chemical Na
tional Bank; Frederic J. Fuller, vice
president of the Central Union Trust
Company ; Herbert W. Morse, vice-president
of the New York Trust Company.
Jias been ample to take care of the dif
ference between production and ship
ments. S Bessemer and basic pig iron havo ad
vanced in this week and the Irregular
nature of the advancing tendency Is well
illustrated by the fact that basic pig
firon has passed Bessemer, although Bes
Jremer is the most expensive grade to
iTnako and Is always considered the most
Jvaluable. A week ago basic stood at
vaney ana Bessember at $41. There
Jiyas a larger tonnage demand for basic
, London Moner Market.
London, Feb. 14. Bar silver 820. an
ounce. Bar gold 121s. 6d. Money 4U per
cent Discount rates Short and three
months bills 5?15 13-16 per cent Gold
hVn JitarZ i TM . 0IL batia I premiums at Lisbon 140. The decline in
Isron SJ'TS a" thc i "Hwr was duo partially to firmer Amerl-
xi vu v.canen ud inere vn. at m i .t tk. r..
bfmn ii . pw0mptl' dveloped proposal to reduce tho silver content of
British coins. The principal reason is
said to be cessation In buying from
China with tho approach of the Chinese
New Year. That demand has recently
kept the market here short of supplies,
but they are' now larger, with moderate
offerings from the Continent and Peking.
,,, .,, quuiauun 10 14,1, ues-
imer remained at $41 until the middle
?rf thin TVL- .,-1, an n .nt. -. n , .
. v oi d.uuu tons
por delivery over the next Ave months
.i aiicy waa made and established
1ho market at that figure. Demand for
foundry Iron seems to have quieted
v,T? af.teft f,urnce" "ad sold about a
Sthjrd of their second half output at
ghe regular market, recently developed
&it $40 valley. The furnaces state that
fthey arc out of the market and would
Snot setll anv more at recent price., a
I AND LOOK YOUNG
Iobody can Tell when you
DarkenGray, Faded Hair
I x with Sage Tea.
i,,i?JaHdrSoth?.r k?pt her hair beautl
ttMli' toy ad attracttve
...... .0 vl oag0 xea Ma Rulnhur
Vhenever her hair took on toat dmi'
Jul Effect nf &Pil Ied with wont,e
4,' "ect- By asking at any drag
nls staml u.3e.' at verv lltue cost
Pbn nPl mlsture be depended
' UAs eCfciK
sulphur ComrW "V"tf.ean
ports Sharp Decline In 1010.
A very sharp decline In earnings dur
ing 1919 was disclosed yesterday when
tho annual report of the Pettlbone-Mul-liken
Company was made public It
showed that during that year tho com
pany's surplus, after depreciation, taxes,
&c, was but $165, 62b, or $1.05 a share
on Its common stock after preferred
dividends, against a surplus of $581,195,
or $1.99 a share on its common In 1918.
Net Income for 1919 before deprecia
tion and tax charges was $283,077,
against $928,392 In 1918 and Federal
taxes we're reduced from 1918 figure of
$256,688 to $25,814. Depreciation
charges were slightly heavier, making
balance available for distribution on Its
common stock but $165,620. First pre
ferred dividends took $65,126 of that
amount and $26,586 more went Into sec
ond preferred disbursements. No com
mon dividends were paid. The surplus
for tho year was $73,908, against $139,
865, and the total surplus on December
COTTON CENSUS REPORT.
Washington, Feb. 14. Cotton con
sumed during January amounted to
591,725 running bales of lint and 26,606 I rnl
Central Union Trust Company hu been
appointed registrar of American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company capital atoek.
New Tork Truat Company has been bp-
Pointed raglatrar of rrlme (Jll Company
SfcCrory Stttres Corporation reports Da
temper sales of $1,880,640, against aalea
' i.oiu.on in December, 1018. an in
"ease or 25.07 por cent, and In 1010 of
inis I i aaln,,c sales or 10,007,230 In
B. a. Kresg Company
were 13.051.585. aralnit i2.0ls.S3n
uary, 1U1J, an Increane. of 16.76 per cent.
jnnea uroa. xea company, Inc., report
vrccmoer ior (ales or I1.B07.B80. aralnst
fnia0 " ' j.M8 'n Deeemo""
,9' afjn'i8'.15-03',??.5.' '? "tore sales of
? In Jan
In 1918, an Increase of 21.70
r!SS?i01 '"'J f Preaucers-neflnera
.... i . . ,av" .TOlea arainst tn pro
posal to Increase Its common
J17.000.000 to $27,000,000 and against tha
Ouaranty Truat Company has Issued a
P'nph!et entitled "America "oodJ and
foreign Markets" and been appointed
transfer agent and registrar of Emerson
rhonograph Company preferred. "n"oa
Joseph M. Fltagerald and James J. narta an
nounce the formation of a partner 5 nndei
fiS V F"''1 nam T "d?,PgetS?Sl
bonl and stock brokerage busHieia in 170 Broad'
bales of llnters, tbe Census Bureap an
nounced to-day. In January, 1919, 556.
883 bales of lint and 7,151 bales of
llnters were consumed.
Cotton on hand on January 31 In con
suming establishments was 1,974,416
bales of lint and 276,683 ot llnters,
against 1,670,383 and 284.137 respec
tively a year ago, and In public storage
and at compresses, 3,760,604 bales of
lint and 325,274 of llnters, egalnst
4,594,228 and 157.S97 respectively a year
Imports were 89,685 bales In January,
against 11,194 in January, 1919. Ex
ports In January were 929671 bales. In
cluding 7,391 bales of llnters, against
658,143 bales. Including 247 bales of
llnters. In January, 1919.
Spindles active during January num
bered 34,739,071, against 33,866,228 in
Slarken. "uw. oocause it
i.,AV. ..1 a.l.u'y "W
tbO formttltn Of si MTmrraawnhL aTVZT-
name of Brlatol A Bauer to ftaisMet
investment securities fcnalaeaa fa im
We have on
At Our Stores Listed Below
Several thousand Pairs
of WOMEN'S BOOTS
in all leathers and styles of heels
Values From $14.00 to $24.00
$9.85 and $12.40
Among the 9.85 lot. there is quite an assortment of
Evening Slippers and Pumps.
All these Sale Shoes are this season's styles and repre
sent unusually large savings.
516 Fifth Ave., cor. 43d St.
411 Fifth Ave., at 37th St.
1255 Broadway, cor. 31st St,
1391 Broadway, cor. 38th St.
1095 Broadway, at 23d St.
297 Broadway, at Duane St.
438 Fulton St., Brooklyn
Good Shoes Are An Economy
Wsst ot Fifth Avenue
mbodv n .""a evcniy that
fa so enw 7-.." ".DeeiL aPP"ed
?iVL Kay 10 use. tOO. Toil Blmnlv
i ftjmraSr Vinson!;
CVa, tUntl- By morning the
. 1 ' 18 restored fa Its
Beginning Monday, February 16th
We Will Resume
Oar Old Schedule of
9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
JAMES A. HEARN & SON
Announcement, to the Public! f
1 JLt ffi
i met tuiT
tj ESTAI3USITED 1878
257 Madison Ave., Near 39th St.
NEW YORK CITY
Xn'Aimom Replica of an eld Italian
Crtdtma n Walnut Wariul Antique
Patina, vHth iplendtd drawer and thelf
room. 46 In. high, 63 in. wide, -27 in.
BENDING Completion of Al
terations for our. permanent
occupancy of property re
cently purchased by us, at Number
42 and 44 East 49th 3t, City, we
will dispose of Remaining Stock
from our 32d Street quarters and
Overdue Shipments lately received
from Europe, at a Continuation of
Former Reduced Prices
Our Collection is Now Shown in the Private House formerly occupied
by one of New York's Prominent Families.'
We Cordially Invite the Public to Visit Our Galleries.
Which Are Now Open
Reproductions Objets d'Art
Italian Terra Cottas Decorative Painting
257 Madison Ave., Near 39th St.
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until threo doses aro tnken usunlly
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The first dose opens clogged-up nos
trils arid air passages of head; stops
noso running; rellovcs headache, dull
ness, fevcrishncss, sneezing, sorcneHs,
"Papo's Cold .Compound" Is tho
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only a few conts at drug stores. It
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Contains no qulmno. Insist on fripe'f.
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Take tablets only as told in each. "Bayer" package.
N? MlwYa... fat J
t "Buyer Tablets of Aspirin" to be gen
uine must be marked with the "llaycr
Crosj," just like your check must have
Always lookrfor thc "Bavcr Cros."
Then you arc. getting genuine Aspirin
prescribed by, phtfiicians fof over eight
proper directions for Colds, Headache,
Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lum
bago. Rheumatism, Neuritis, Joint Pains,
and Pain generally.
Handy tir boxes of twetvo tablets
coat but a few cents. Druggists also
sell larcer "Bayer" packsces. Aspiii.i
? y??n:.r,' .. . . .J is tho trade mark of Bayer Manufactu,1
In-the "Bsyer" packago are safe 'and of Jlonoaccticacidester of Salicylicacw
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"California Syrup of Figs
For a Child's Liver and Bowtls
Mother! Say "California," then you"wiI!
t genuine "California Syrup of Figs." 'Full
directions for babies and children of all ages
who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue
coated, or full of cold, are plainly-printed on
tint bottle. Children love, this delicious laxative
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35-cent bottle of delightful "Danderine" at any drug or toilet
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