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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY HORN IN (J, FEBRUARY 19, 1915
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one week only
15 to 20. 1915
4V f ki'.ttVS ' -'-JW;
tr f'f.ESCNTEO AT oaOCSRS
FEBMASY 15th to 2C;ii, 1215
FCLGEB'S IP COFFEE
K'tuKi Special a!e price
;ti! pnea with coupon
i Cio.r will cci-U t:. c;'ftrc.4t e iro.-n
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Our olijoct is to
give everyone a
t ;uiiC t- i- iu.ie
between 45 eoiit 7
i oitee jna cntup
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X km res vou oKCEn i'ti.cw
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J, A. FOLGER & CO., San Francisco
I W.l.' :i;;;till :li::titl n'-rl.'rtt'd 1V
jliijr liLiju; il if.-i, thai ti-stil'ifi t.i llis
! 'r!'iifiH-' ami ii'iihiarity as a :-iti.cn
t : i : " i iit'I'i. ial. (..mill:; in 1 1 - Salt Uiver
m r uf
tanuiinv, I" ir.'.: a i u
'h':. i.i i ..miliar, 'if- JH'ial.' l- Hue... I-:.
T. He was a mt-inhor of Kl Zaiil.ali
rJ'.-iiiili-, X. Ai. ;.
J ul;- J.ihiist.inc. was Imi'ii in I.oiiiv-
rity. At the as
ti'ipil ii i ri a caifcr as
JOHNSTONE 15 DEAD
O'ontinued from Pijge tne)
.hiir. h. II... ha,! I n j.rcsi.l. nt vailry in th,. .ally ,'as. Ju.l.- J-hn-
. . 1 sii.i... nia.lf a t in i-st m.-nts in cilv
of tin- l,.,ai,l ot trtiKti-i'S hi'ii- ami a , ' :
j i f f ! i v fniiii time !" timi". and tus
lih,.,al ,.o,.inl..-(..r f. r-liKio.is ontn- : lin,,,.1.l:Jiill!.s Kpre hll..,v ,.r.iwn,..
was a m.-i -r oi tnc of- j,vi!;, snn-.-ss. I'n.lial.iy iVw m.-n in
:Skji ami a n ip !iis:li liio . iiy ami state wmv !' ui'll known
I., it:;; a i hart. -r inen:li. r nf io M in so lii,i;h esti-i-m.
- h a s inteiv.' icil in aihlclirs. Jttilo
.1 . I i. '!. !: wis :! k.el) l,.i-r of till'
naii..:.al 14am. . an.! w is nne ef 1 1 w or-L-,a::i:;i
l-s of the liisl ha.-hall league
vilh- Kv.. .Mar.h I. anil reeeive.l 'onnu. j.ann,. uie . no :
his clueatien in tl sehoohs of that , colonel of m.htia, ami
f ei"hteen he en- was a 1 lerunna ieiy tnnun nt iuan ml
r-Ol.-i. i.t i PIS ll'lemls lincter 1 11: 1 1 title.
man, ;i line wnirii lie luiiunea lor
nioro than twenty years. In JsSB he
leiniiveil tu Ari -J.li.i ami h.ninht a
ramh ah.. nt Mi! mii.-s rmithwest of
I'hi.eiiix. !n re lie liye.l f'.r a year:
he then I ;ht the i'le.. iix "l hi :-.et t e"
it ml in ina', il that j..ttj is.-l for fivt- ,
'rti.ai I ,, ,, , ,1, i i n " i::lere-;teil in',,:;! ;,ro a:il I'
!,.',,;,',...,. i,e l.,.,.,e,t ,:,,,, :i f,,rlv!-' t v. -nt y-ipe .er,ent less than
r;n,-h n..Hl of t':e ,-itv. anil , '" '""'"
Martin" an oral,!;.' ..i, har,l. tell.hMi jt I' ll ilollar-.
... .. i. ,,a;,;,, I i if miners fit'ty-t'ive pen ent t;et lesr;
nitlll H ill I'm l".i:iii., ....
..Iiu.. 1.. ilis'i.iveil nt' it. He then
i., Ti,..iv timi was a.lmitteil : Anion;; th,
... .1. I.-.I- ,!M,l..r .TmlL'p P.aker.
.1,,,1,-e John ,c was in 1SK7 ap- ' !'!''''-n nr.- tli. niosl sfM.s! a, -lory he-
,,inte.l t,. the important H.st f i cause their r. si.unsihilttiee niaUe them
trea-.in r of tiona nn.l.-r Covernor ' n" ainl'ition-.. ut department store
M, Con! : portion in wh,. h In- served I omen sevente-sev.-n ;.ere, nt live at
. ...;i .. .a n .a' .On in , -, I ion I .veil ! h"T
1,i ,le. iileihv di-moeiali,' ilistriets lie 1 ".all It I '.
Hi i IWeatv-th,
" X ,iS
pood coffep, hut it's hard to pet
tjnoil one time ;md had tlie next.
You've found it so, haven't yon?
Let us supply yon with onr ?,'(.
coffep. You'll find it fcood all the
time. All onr Rroeeries are the
mi mo if oi il nil the time.
218 W. Wash. St.
AVestci'n Fruit .Tolibors1 As
sociation liars Io))ort
Slnvni Fltimato Scllor
(Jots Third of Kach Dol
lar Iull i4 Juvs
Ttjicrrslin figures on Htrus ship
Iiiii; the reKult of nationwide investi
sation.1., wore Riven out at the meet
ing of the Western Km it .Tohners
nssin i;ttion this week in T.os Ansfll.
.treordin to I'resident AValtor Hill of
the produce company of that name,
who returned yesterday.
It was shown hy J. L. Powell, man
ager of the Rout'iM-m California Fruit
E.vrlianp, that for each dollar the
puhlic jtays for oranges.
The producer jets 2fi.7c
T'jiid out between producer and
consumer . 73.3c
These figures were startling enough,
accitrdins to Mr. HiH, to warrent in
'redulity, filmost. on the part of one
who does not know the conditions.
.And indeed, it was only the fact that
Mr. Powell is a man whose state
ments carry unquestioned weight of
ant horit y and accuracy, that enabled
many of the delegates to believe the
astonishing total of loss between pro
ducer and consumer.
The firms Powell represents shipped
last year t went y -eight thousand cars
of California oranees and lemons. For
the nast two year? it has been in
tfi'silv interested in traffic ploblems,
and Powell was set to make a wide
in veti!fat ion of the relative cost of
"t t ins1 oranges to the consumer.
TEN PER CENT
Price of Tickets to Arizona
from the East to he In
creased $4 March I Un
der New Tariffs Com
mission to Fi''ht Raise
LOS ANGELES HS
(Continued F'rom Pice One)
then, ciuht dollars
ic percent less llian
and two j. i rii lit less than
than six dollars.
nays best. Widows and divorcees with
lie discovered that, the 71!. "c paid
to pet a dollar's worth of fruit to the
consumer is divided into the follow
Pit king and deliveiing to packer. 2.4c
Cost of packing 7.4c
Knight and refrigeration 2't.T.c
ost of selling 1,5c
Middleman or jobber gets X.2c
Itetailer. alleged offender gets 33.:ic
The interesting points are that in
face of the great howl regarding The
high profits of the middleman, investi
gation showed that he only gets eight
cents of the dollar for all his risk
and tabor he gives a service which
Mr. Powell admitted cannot be dis
The target of attack was the re
tailer's profit of onr third of the dol
lar, yet It is admitted that under for
mer methods t he losses due to the
credit system and lack of efficiency
lis administering the business, that the
J retailer was not getting more than
The leading retailers of Phoenix
ha ve abolished credit and are now
working on a cash basis and are dis
tributing fruit and produce at least
on ttv conserva t ive martins, in some
instances less than ten per cent.
The T-os Angeles meeting was cer
tainly a fine one. Over two thousand
delegates, the largest number ever as
sembled, met to discuss fruit j
As they consider themselves by far
the greatest source of revenue for
the railroads, the jobbers thought it
specially fitting that President Will
iam Sprotite of the Southern Pacific
Pailvav company should be on hand
to deliver an important address on
"Transport at ion Problems. The ad
drecR was a mast erf ul one from a
man recognized everywhere as a
'eader in his field of activity.
New passenger rates, adding: four
dollars to the price of every trans
continental ticket to Arizona, will go
into effect March 1, unless a suspen
sion of the proposed tariffs is granted '
by the interstate commerce commis-
sion. That the new rates from the'
east are more drastic than at first I
appeared, was made known yester- I
day, when copies of the tariffs were '
received and checked over by the cor- j
poration commission. )
Karly advices from Washington and I
from the commission of western I
ites conveyed lt little information!
as to the extent or the proposed .
changes, which appeared to add but '.
$1 to the cost of transportation west-!
ward from Oklahoma points. With '
the arrival of the complete tariffs
as published by all roads operating
west of the Missouri river, it became
known that a flat increase of ten per;
cent on all classes of transportation
is not only contemplated, but will take
effect in the next ten days unless a
suspension is secured.
Krom Kansas City and other south
ern Missouri river basing points the
price of :i ticket to Phoenix, which
for the last twepty years has been
$4:1.6.", will be $47. SO. To Tucson, tin
rate from these points will be boosted
fr.om $:!N.Sn to $42.9."), an increase of
over ten per cent. The rate to Pis
bee will be raised from $37.(1". to
$41.70, and the increase on the cost
of a ticket to Xogales from Leaven
worth and other points will tie from
$40.40 to $4 4.fiO. Present t, Klagstaff.
Yuma and every other town in the
state will be proportionately affected
by the increase. Kast bound, th1 rates
will be raised to the same degree.
An immediate protest against the
new tariffs and a request that they
be suspended until a hearing may be
had in t he case will be filed wit h
he interstate commerce commission
by the corporation commission, which
will join with other western states in
fighting the proposed raise in passen
ger fa res.
Aimed at State Commissions.
"While the immediate object of the
proposed increase is undoubtedly more
revenue, the effect of the new tariffs
may have an important bearing on
the future status of state rate-making
hoards,'' Said Chairman K. A. Jones
of t he corporation commission, yes
terday. 'In case the increase goes
into effect, and state commissions at
tempt to lower rates in the various
states, it is probable that their action
will be attacked on the ground that
it interferes with interstate tariffs.
Although we have just received the
published tariffs, which were supposed
Idling t to have been filed at least thirtv days
before the date when they take ef -feet,
we will at once take action to
request the suspension of the proposed
rates until a hearing can be held be
fore the interstate commerce commis
IF L AH T
OUR CITRUS TREES
All our trees were balled in the Fall and by planting time will be thoroughly
established and keep on growing. They are headed in hardwood and are a
Now Ready For Planting
Rosebushes, Fruit Trees, Shade Trees, Palms, Ornamentals and Olives.
SALT RIVER VALLEY NURSERIES
410 N. Central Ave.
IS. CHRISTY'S ANSWER
TO SUIT OF W. 0. MILLS
The Tragedy of the Late
"TIMES" SUSPECT CAUGHT
f AflHOI'IATKD PKC88 DISPATCH
PRATTLE, Kt h. IS. David ( apian,
wanted hy I.os AiiKeles authorities in
loiieetion with the dynamiting of
the Tiiii'-s huildiiiK, was arrested to
night at llainhridge island, near
heret aeeol'iling- to a telephone nies
lar from the Seattle manager of
the National Doteetive .geney.
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ASSOCIATED PRKSS HISPATCHj
XKW YORK, Keh. IS. Foreign in
flnenees were again controlling far
tors i na dull, sagging stork market.
I 'evelopnients in Oermany's war zone
policy were awaited with keenest in
terest, and anticipated in further sell
ing of high grade seenrities for Euro
After closing it hecame known the
Uritish treasury had issued notice pro
hihiting liritish sharehnldei s from par
ticipating in the Xew York Central
hundred dollar, six percent dehenture
bond issue, and would pot permit deal
ings in these honds on the London ex
change. Although this is according to
recent declaration of the chancellor
of the excheiiner, it canned much con
jecture. T'.ankers asserted this pro
hihltioii would no! hold if Tritish in-
'estors forwarded their participation to
Lending shares were under pressure
most of the session, hut declines were
merely nominal. Movements in certain
specialties, particularly Mexican oe
tro'eum. excited adverse comment hut
without other effect. Petroleum shares
contributed largely to professional
trading, their erratic course suggest
ing hurried liiiuidation and lukewarm
sopnort. The Texas enmpanv was an
other nil security that showed marked
Foreirn evehnnp-n continued to move
'inevenlv. h"t wi'hnut reaching recent
tree rates. The Tank of England re
eoried a, further h"" in gold, its
decrease of eight million, three hun
,tre,l thousand dollars being partly
trtceM.le to Canadian exports here.
The Tank of France deposils showed
a contortion of twelve million dollars
from hist week, while discounts de
creased sixty-f i'e million dollars.
The sales of Northern Pacific Four's
ami several Rooihern Pacific shares
for future deliver' at concessions were
feTiores of the hoav i'ed market.
Total siles, par $1.fl2S,non.
c,ii.'o rfQT.Qe: pownr quiet; elec
trolytic, $14. (12 to S7.
Amah-amated. fii: Rmoltini'
Panta Fe. m; ft. 'Pan'. Sr,V- New . Inpslratlon
York Central, 81 7-8; Pennsylvania, Shattuck
The regular weekly meeting of the
Woman's christian Temperance Vnion
was held yeslerdny afternoon with the
usual number in attendance and sev
eral strangers present. An interesting
devotional was led hy Mrs. Pinkerton,
in which several others took part hy
giving their choice verses or chapters
in the bible.
In the business session. Mm. Custer
and the president Mrs. Stevens, were
electcil as agents for the corporation. A
motion to purchase new song hooks was
parsed. The program was of unusual
interest. Mrs. Nolan handling the sub
ject " World Wide Peace" with much
wisdom and construction. Mrs. Ihick
nam's talk was full of Interest to white
rihhoners. He thinks that Arizona hy
voting f.r prohibition has done much
to help along the. movement for na
An answer has been tiled by Mrs.
Shirley Christy, head of the Arizona
School of Music, to the suit brought
against her hy William C Mills, who
was for some time connected with
Hie school as a member of the fac
ulty having charge of the vocal de
partment. The plaintiff withdrew
from the school under an alleged
breach of contract by .Mis. Christy
and oi oiight M'it for unpaid sei vices.
The answer alleges that the plain
tiff was the first to forfeit the con
ti.iil a copy of which is attached to
the answer. In conseipu nee of the
iihoiaw.il of the plaintiff from the
school ii is alleged that its offi
cii ncy was so impaired until the
vacancy could he filled, that the de
fclidanl suffered a loss of $3r,0.
The answer brings in the name of
the I. tie Madame Arriola, a womsn
who created something of a furore
here a couple of years ago. ending
her specttaeiiiar career in this i iiy
hy suicide. It states:
"! '-f',nlant further alleges hy way
of i i. amen laim, that on or about the
lsi dav ,.f Mar.h. I'H-I. said plain
tiff. William c. Mills, introduced to
j oefciiii.: nt a certain woman as
I Madame Arriola, whom planiliff rep
resented to defendant as a woman
I of gn at wealth, arid stated to de
i fondant that the said Madare Ar-
r;, .hi des'i'vl in purchase the Arizona
School of Music, and said plaintiff
urge, defendant to enter into nego
tiations with Madame Arriola and
procure an abstract of title of the
Arizona School of Music property,
the plaintiff further representing to
defendant that, in the event of the
consummation of such purchase, the
l laintilf w.,ii!ij ,e placed in charge of j
said School of Music by the said I
Arriola; that the said de- ;
ailing upon the
the said apj.oinlment he
and the salary of such Chi,
Hon Officer he fixed ill tin
; Seventy-five l$7:,.ui I.,
Af'PnlNTMKNT OF Oil
! TKNDANT AMI olTiil
I The Hon. P.. C. Stanfot
! Ibis day filed his appoiutm
i W. ( Ira ham as Attendant
land Outer lor Keeper,
OFFICE OK THE BOA I in OF SF-laiui hy unanimous vote. 1
i'ERVISOKS, MARICOPA Col'NT Y, a pproved the same, and fixe.
STATE OF ARIZONA. jarv of such Court Ati.-in'
Phoenix, January 11. 1!U5. .outer I r Keeper at 1
The Hoard resumed session at nine j I $xr,.ni) i Dollars per month,
o'clock A. M. Monday, January 11, i COFRT PAIL1FF AI'l'ol.VT!
l'.ila, and there were .resent: W. A. j The Hon. R. C. Stanford. 1
Moeur, Chairman; Frank Luke and i this day filed with the i:.,ai,i o
c. Warren Peterson, Members, and i pervisors. his appointment of c
Clarence L. Standage, Clerk. Absent: j It. Cox as Raililf in th
None. Court of Maricopa County,
Minutes of previous meeting read;ar:d hy unanimous vote ,,(
and approved. Is.ame was approved and
III iXDS APPROVED. I of suth Court Railiff !i
The chairman reported that hp had ' Hundred (flu, out) Dollars
ppl'io i d,
approved the following bonds, Viz:
On January 7th. the bond of Laura
L. Irwin, as Notary Public, with c. H.
Pratt and Cyril S. Cilbert as Sureties.
On January Ilth, the bond of C. O.
Austin as Notary Public, with Neils
Peterson and R. R. Moeur as Sureties.
COFRT INTERPRETER APP'
it i mi'
The Hon. R.
this day filed
Joseph P-ush, as
motion and by
. . 1"4.'
104 74; Reading, 142.: Southern Pa
cific, I'nion Pacific, 118; Steel,
41; Preferred, lu4.
GOSTON SOPPER MARKET.
Calumet and Ariz .
Calumet and Hecla
Cupper Range 3314
Daly West 2
STATE P.i 'AD CLAIMS ALLOWED.
The Hoard audited State Road ac
counts as follows:
Phoenix Wood & Coal
Talbot .1 Hubbard
New State Electric Co
j H. M. Atwood
H. H. Lee
Motor Supply Co
J. D. Halstead Lumber Co. ...
I S. V.. P. & P. Lines
j Lamar Cohh. Slate Engineer
j The Chairman of the Hoard
irected to execute vouchers
P'Oard. the same was ap proved, and
the salary of such Court Interpreter
was fixed at one Hun. lied i .5 luu iiu i
Dollars per month.
j DE1TTY SHERIFF APPOINTED.
' J. D. Adams, having this dav filed
S4.7i!his appointment of J. V. c noting
1. fill as Deputy Sheriff, on moiion and hv
7-1. "7 ' unanimous vole of Ihc I'oalil the
a me was
. lnr.42iof such Deputy was fix.-d ."
. 20.00 ! five ($7r,.n(it Dollars per month.
3.20 j POND APPROVED.
2.U0 ! On motion and hy unanimous vole
. 141.24 ithe Hoard approved the Pond of L.
. 37r,.21 ;H. Richards, as Justice ,ir the Peace
was di-'of Oila Fond Justice Precinct, in the
for the sum of Jl.0iin.iiii. with Fidelity De-
! same, payable out of the State Road
DEPOSIT PONDS APPROVED.
I Pursuant to the provisions of Title
'44. entitled "Public Moneys," the
Hoard approved the following Hond,
Viz: ! Chairm
The Ronil of the Phoenix National CLARENCE
lliesi of Hrink. dated January r.lh ISIS, in the I
abstract of title U,,m nr rift,. Thnnran.1 ct-.n mm am I
properiy aim nenvereit the
plaintiff, to be used by him
posit Company of Marvla
On motion and by nn;
of Hoard stood at re
o'clock A. M. Monday.
ss. until I"
fi m hi nt.
for said ahstra
The answer cites various advances
of money to the plaintiff for which
she shouhl kae iredit and in con
clusion prays that the plaintiff take
ruining hy his nelion but that the
defendant he given judgment in the
W. A. JloKI'll.
Poard of Sup. rvis
ST " NDAi IE.
ig the sale of said
et the sum of $:;2.r,o,
promised and agreed
Delegation Comes to Discuss Ways
and Means of Betterment With
Chamber of Commerce.
. IfiVi 17
Isle Ftoyale ...
Lake Copper . .
Mass Copper . . .
North Outte . . .
Nevada Cons. . .
Old Dominion ..
North Lake ...
South Lake ...
I'tah Copper ...
1 1 V,
.To discuss means of bettering the
highway from Phoenix to Wiokenburg
with state and county officials and
with the chamber of commerce, a
delegation from the town on the Has
sayampa will arive this morning.
The mad from here to Wiokenburg,
long . notorious as the worst stretch
in the entire run to Prescott, is be
Dollars with Maryland Casualty Com- i
pany as Surety:
The Pond of The Valley Hank, dated j
January 2nd, 1 f 1 T. in the sum of i
Twenty-five Thousand ($2r,,0oo.0O1 I
Dollars, with the Fidelity Deposit
Company of Maryland as Surety;
each of said Honds to cover money
deposited with said Hanks hy the
OFFICIAL HOND APPROVED.
On motion and hy unanimous vote
of the Hoard, approved the Rond of
W. H. Carruthers, as County Engi
neer, in the sum of Five Thousand
(ta.nno.no) Dollars, with American I
Surety Co. as Surety.
APPOINTMENT OF PEPFTIES.
J. A. Riggins. County School, Su
perintendent, having filed with this'
Hoard, his appointment, of Alma L.
Jones, as Deputy County School Su-
perintendent, on motion and by unani- j
mous vote of Hoard, the same was
J. T. Hone. County Assessor, having
this day filed his appointments of M. j
C. Phelps; J. a. Roberts: and C. O.
Austin, as Deputy Assessors, on mo
tion and by unanimous vote of Hoard,
the same were approved.
APPOINTMENT OF COFRT P.E
PORTER. P.. C. Stanford. Judge of the Su
perior Court, having this dav filed
Swish! Corns Gone!
Wejse "GETS IT!"
2 Seconds, 2 Drops Corn Vanish I
For everybody with
is in every drug store
one ol the real womic1
and that's "HKTS-IT"
the fir.-t ami only
Known that removes
ill Ihc la"!
I S o, I !.'' V ol ei,
for cilll:-: lt'.1
any and eveiy
oming especially obnoxious now
that! bis appointent of
-l Ithe season for the annual flitting to
fi7' the northern ril.av.irrottiil.s is hut
lSiJfew months away. The best way to
,r.3!Vi spend the summer vacation, many de
clare, is to motor to northern Ari
23 I zona. The road through Wicken
12vHtburg, therefore, is of first import
fi!H& Jnnee, and it is to see what can he
42'2 I done to put it into shape for the
"ill summer travel that today's confer
ence is being held. The committee on
roads of the chamber of commerce
will co-operate with the Wiekenhurg
party, probably getting together with
!them nt luncheon today.
I Co-incident with the movement for
the improvement of the Phoenix
, Wickenhnrg stretch. Secretary Harry
i Welch has been instructed to gather
all the available data on the northern
counties for Ihe information of the
I schools. In this w ay information re-
Hli. garding desirable camping places and officer.
22 vacation spots will be disseminated. Now,
On motion of
seconded hy Mr.
of Poard, the same
OF CHIEF PROP A -OFFICER.
Mr. C. W. Peterson.
Frank Luke, anil by
unanimous vote of Hoard, the follow
ing resolution was passed and
Whereas, Paragraph 3r,Ca, Title
XXVII, Revised Statutes of Arizona.
1H13, provides for the appointment of
Chief Probation Officer, and the fix
ing of the salary of such Chief Pro
bation Officer, and
Whereas. Hon. Tt. C Stanford.
Judge of the Superior Court of Mari
copa County, has this day filed his
appointment of William J. Oshorn. as
such Chief Probation Officer, without
reference as to the salary of such
therefore, it is ordered that
"Some Foxy Trot,
Gone ? Yc-s,
I Used Ctl S-l i '.'
,1 in 2
brivi !s up,
corn or callus wiihoul
fussing- with thiik I
harnesses, corn -a we! !: n-
tating ointments. It's
seconds hiug. hiug 2
work is don.', the c ri
your coin agony ( nils and the
leaves forever: All tnc linipin
pains that dart to your heart's
the crucifixion of liavuu; to
shoes over screaming corns,
danger of hi I poison from in.
them bleed by usui
and scissors me
"GETS-IT" is tin
g,,!ie at last:
new way, the sure,
,vay. Try it for
arts and buaions.
-told by druggists
hottle. or sent di-
I-:. Lawrem e Ai Co., Chicago.
Phoenix and reconiinende.l
;.s the world's best corn cute hy
owl Drug Co. Elvy & Ilulett, Phoe
nix Drug Co.
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