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HOOD RIVER SUN;
HOOD XIVEk, OR., tfOV. 16, ipp,
LOdAl AND GENERAL
Two weeks from today is Thanksgiv
Hans Lige limde a trip to The Dalles
On Monday. ; ;'"
Ralph Savage paid a visit to the me
tropolis last Friday; . -
The band held their regular weekly
practice in the hall on Monday night.
, W. J. Lisher was on 6f Hood River's
Visitors to Portland the rear end of last
MfSi R. R. Erwin, we learn, is some'
what under the weather the past few
' - days. ---T"'' .
Roy and Archie Eastman are not Con
Vtlliiscent as yet but are reported as dp
ing well. ."
Geo. T Prather was doing business at
the city of The Dalles the front part of
: tlitj week. ; .. -
. Mrs. E. J. Cassiday, of Portland, is
- spending a few weeks in this city with
her sister, Mrs. Bartlett. '
Mrs. Mercer went to The Dalles yes
terday on the evening train and expects
to return this afternoon.
County Surveyor Goit is at work this
week Burvevine in the region of the
Upper Hood River valley. ' . v
, H. F. Davidson, of the Davidson Fruit
Co. made a trip to The Dalles Sunday
evening returning Monday afternoon
The Ladies Aid Society of the Congre
gational Church will meet at the home
of Mrs. James Graham On Friday after
noon. , , ;. ; . . '. ' '
The streets are being cleared out in
the Barrett-Sipma addition, of which J,
L Henderson is the duly accredited
agent. 7 ! , 7 .
H. F. Davidson boarded the early
train on; Tuesday morning for a brief
; busihess visit in the big city down the
Columbia. 7 '".
' W. A. Sherrill left yesterday morning
on a trip to Portland, where he goes to
select new goods and on other matters
; The phone number of Dr. Rrossius,
ll2, as shown in his business card here
tofore was incorrect. It should have
been No. 121. 7.
Services at the Congregational Church
will be conducted by the pastor at 11 A,
M. and 7 :45 P. M. Topics of Interest
Will be presented.
Hugh Gurley, of the Dalles, was a
visitor in Hood River yesterday, having
come down on the morning boat and
returning in the evening. ,
If you are not already a subscriber to
the Sun now is a good time to become
one. You get the local news from all
parts of the country tributary to Hood
Recinnind with, this week the -Daily
Oregonian will be found on file at the
public library, also the Sun and the
Glacier, so we were informed by G. T.
Prather, librarian. .
There is a dearth in our . correspon
dence this week from some cause at
present unknown to us. We trust, how-
ever, that lull returns will reach us
hereafter promptly on time.
' Messrs. Konkite & Ogden, the con
tractors Who have been overhauling and
enlarging the 'ice house west of town,
, have completed their work and on Sat
urday left for their home at Portland.
Regular services wtiiie conducted in
the M. E. Church next Sunda ymorning
and evening by the pastor, Rev. F. R.
Bpaulding. Also Sunday School and
Epworth League, all at -the usual hours.
Mr. Gregory billed a car of wood for
Klondike from Hood River last Satur
day. A pretty good distance -forship-ping
wood, and yet not quite so. far after
all when you consider that it was for
- Klondike, Oregon. -
S. Cox will open business . in a : few
days in the store building now teing
fitted up on the corner of Oak and 2nd
streets, and will carry, a miscellaneous
stock of goods. The store will be in the
charge of Mrs. Harwood.
The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E.
Church will have a sale of aprons and
other useful articles, some time during
first of December. Meals will also be
served during titnfl of sale. . Full par
ticulars will be given later.
, Messrs. Duke Langille and Bert Stran
ahan have purchased the interestin the
' Mt. Hood Stage Ca., recently owned by
W. S. dinger, who retires from the
firm. ; The name of the firm will remain
as at present, the'Mt. Hood Stage Co.
The Christian Endeavor Society of the
Congregational Church will give a social
at the residence tf Mr. and Mrs. Pra
ther on Friday' evening. . All members
and friends of the society are invited to
attend. Refreshments will be served.
, Joe Mays says he would not object to
" blacking up" every . day if he could
have the same assistance and "mirror"
facilities afterwards in arranging- his
toilet that he" had the- other evening.
Wonder what the other boys say about
ft? . - ' ...
. C. H. Tempel, the jeweler, has" pur
chased the building recently occupied
as a barber shop, and will have new
, windows put therein: anc! otherwise fit
ted up for a store, and will occupy it as
soon as the improvements are com
pleted, ' . :' - ' - " - ': . ' , V
'"; George Boorman returned on Sunday
morning from Sherman county ancf is-in
the mids f an attack of tyhoid fever.
Others on Phelps creek who are afflicted
with the fever are little Alta Boorman, '
Nina Noble and Barns Jones, th' last
named being in the midst of a quite se
vere attack, .. .
' Mrs. Brown, the lady who was so
nearly killed by her drunken husband
last week at The Dalles, mention of
which is made' elsewhere, will recover,
so tne attending physicians believe) un1
less blood poisoning should follow.
Mr. eigler; the champion early straw
berry grower, of White Salmon, was lii
tliB city last Friday. He informs us
that lie expects still better results the
coming season with his berries as lie
has better prepared himself for caring
for them. Mr. Zeigler will also try his
hand at asparagas next season. '
Dr. Watt has planted a hitching post
at the corner near his residence, and
more than that he has had placed there
on a large night lamp which lights Up
the surroundings in good shape. A few
more of the same kind of lights would
not be athisB in other portions of the
city on a dark nighti ., . .-....!-
There are three new buildings in the
Course of erection in Capt. Blowers ad
dition in the west part of towh. We are
informed that quite a number contem
plate building residences in the city in
the near future, and to a man up a tree
it looks as if such a step would be a payr
ing investment for any one with money
lying idle. ; . , .'- .....
Our thanks are due several persons
for favoring us with news items this
week and we take this means of extend
ing same to them. Doing all the" me
chanical and office work alone as we are
at present, there are doubtless many
transactions of interest which we fail to
get, and the assistance rendered is theic
fore doubly appreciated. .
D. S. Keiser succeeded in killing a
large lynx one day last week after hav
ing shot it three different times. Thd
animal was killed a short distance up
Hood River and measured over three
feet in length. This is supposed to be
the same animal so frequently seen of
late in that neighborhood and thought
by many to have been a cougar, ,
While in the rooms of the public li
brary last Saturday we were shown a
head of cabbage by Mr. Pew that had
been grown on the farm of Underwood
Bros., on White Salmon," and which was
said to weigh 23 pounds. It was certain:
ly a very fine head and is good evidence
of what can be done in that iine in the
country tributary to Hood River.
Chas. Ringler, representing the Even
ing Telegram, was in Hood River last
Thursday night and Friday in the in
terests of his paper, and as is quite right
and proper, found time while in the city
to call and bask in the Sun's rays for a
few moments. Mr. Ringler is a pleas
ant gentleman and he represents a pa
per that is rapidly forging to. the front
as a first class evening daily.
Judge Henderson has recently invests
ed in a standard surveyor's transit and
received the same a few days since from
the eastern manufacturers. It is a very
fine instrument, with all up-tc-date ap
pliances and cost over $150. . The judge
is justly proud of, ,the instrument, and
waunderstaiidjs fully prepared to use
it scientifically, having previously done
a good deal of work in the line of sur
veying. 7 . - .
A social was given on Tuesday night
in the A. 0. U. W. hall by the ladies of
the Woman's Relief Corps, and we are
informed a very pleasant social time
was enjoyed by the large number who
attended. Likewise " the many . good
things to eat were also enjoyed, and the
ever hungry editor of the Sun laments
his absence. However, the next time
there are any cakes and pies' n things
around we'll be there". , The net re
ceipts of the social amounted to $10.70,
which sum goes into the general relief
fund. ' . '" .' '--
The shower of stars billed to appear
Tuesday hight have failed: to arrive, so
far as this section of the country can
note. The papers state that New York
people were privileged to witness the
meteoric shower and that a repitition of
the scene may occur even as late aS to
night. It is said the sight is well worth
one's remaining up all night to Witness,
but as there is no assurance of it being
visible to this section of country we be
lieve we will seek our repose about as
usual and let the stars fall if they so
desire. 7 ' 7 7
M. P. Isenberg was a very pleasant
caller at this office last Friday. Mr.
Isenberg was for many years in the ser
vice of the government, and during the
time was in every state, in the Union
and his verdict is that there is no place
that he visited that suited him as well
as Hood River, not even excepting Cali
fornia. : What everybody says mnst have
some foundation for truth and this same
verdict is the general expression used
by all with whom we have had any con
versation - regarding this part of the
country. , .7,
R. R. Erwin, of the firm of Erwin &
Co., real estate and mining brokers, of
Sumpter, Oregon, is spending a few days
with his family in Hood River, having
reached here Saturday evening from
Portland. Mr. Erwin is naturally quite
enthusiastic'over the boom now on at
Sumpter and thinks it has not reached
its heighth yet, : He thinks very highly
of Hood River, however, and is of the
opinion that there is a great ' future be
fore it. We acknowledge" a) very pleas
ant call from the gentleman. He left
last evening for Sumpter. "
E, B. Clark, the capable and' accom
modating agent ot the 0, R & N.; at
this place for the past two . years,- ex
pects to leave in- a few days for Fort'
Stevens, where' he will?- enter the em
ploy of the' U. , S. Government. Mr.
Clark daily expects to be relieved and
as soon as the necessary arrangements
are completed he, with his family, will
start for their new home.: Mr, Clark
has many friends, in Hood- River who
will greatly regret his departure, but
whose good wishes wilt aeeompaoy him
and his family wherever their steps
may lead thenw . - ,
Basket Social. '
A basket social Was given in the A. O.
U. W. hall last Friday night by the
Epworth League! the receipts of which
were to go toward paying balance due
on the furnaces in the M. E. Church
A very large number were in attendance
and all apparently enjoyed themselve'a
fully. A Short program was rendered
beginning with a song by a male quar
tette comprised of the following gentle:
then : J. W. Mays, Chester Shute, Jason
Rand and Bert Rand. This was followed
with a comic recitation by Joe Mays,
then a Well rendered selection by Miss
Amy Angel, aiid this in turn by a des
criptive sketch of a "yankee's exhibition
of genuine wax works," by Prof. Barnes
and which was well appreciated by the
audience.' A' negro Bong, "Hear Dem
Bells a Ringin'," by the above named
(colored) quartette then followed and
Was so thorbugly enjoyed that an encore
was called for when the company was
favored with another selection, "Down
by the Lime Kiln Club."
This closed the literay part of the
program after which came the sale of
baskets, Prof. Barnes acting as auction
eer. A good deal of rivalry was mani
fested in the bidding, and the beauti
fully made and well filled baskets sold
quite rapidly at prices ranging from 66
eentB to $1.15 each. Beside the baskets
well filled plates were provided for all
who desired to p'UrcTiale them ftt fifteen
cents each, or two for twenty-five centsi
and considerable 'was added to- the re
ceipts from this source. .
We are informed . that the receipts
amounted to about twenty dollars.
News of the Week Gathered by
Our I,ocal Writers. v
Nov. 12, foggy. ' : - "
' Henry Ladiges has captured seventy
six coyotes since June 1st. . . v , .'
- G. A. Young & Son have just finished
shucking 350 bushels of corn. ; . :.
Roads reported very heavy these days
and as a consequence the stage is occa
sionally late. , . 7 J.j,
G. A. Young & Son have their wood
up for the winter, having hauled about
seventy 4-horse loads. " " . -
Miss Georgia Young presented Elmef
Gribble with a very fine cake on his
birthday, the 9th instant. r . "-
Miss Tina Cooper, of Mt. Hood, ar
rived on the stage last evening and is
going to work for the .family of F. A.
Young. '-. , .7 :- ;" . 7.7
We think Webfoot has broken loose
and slid over here. Any one failing to
get their full apportionment of rain can
have same by proving property and pay
ing for this ad. - ' 7 . s
Everett Peterson, the athlete ; from
Massachusetts, last Sunday while play-
: l . .. c : 1 1 1 1 1
nig wajy irug, apraiucu ma imiiu u uu- n OTn hll T
ly as to necessitothktyiag-SromiiMwiiiMiV rl '' liviHlUI.lt;
work and lie will now, have to seek an.
other job. , 7 :,. --- - --
7 . ..; .. 7 'Jack 'Rabbit.
Wasco county's assessment roll,
recently filed at ; the state capital,
shows the total assessed value of all
taxable property to 4 be $3,143,452.
There were 80,815 acres of tillable
land assessed at $513,415. Last
year the valuation aggregated the
sum of $3,072,299, 7 - 7
jyk F. SHAW,
Physician and Surgeon,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Office : Over Everhart'a Store. 'Phone 81 ;
Residence 83 and Central. -.'
F. WATT, j
Physician and Surgeon, 1
1 HOOD RIVER, OREOOK.
Telephone : Residence -31 ; Office SJ. Surgeon
for O. R. & N. Co. -
c. brosius, :;:;; 7,;;
Physician and Surgeon, .
Office over Williams' Drug Store. . Telephone
. , , ' Main 121. -' '.. : : '
HOOD RIVER, .; ; ' 7 ' OREGON.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Abstracter and Notary Public,
HOOD RIVER, ". - ,7 .- - . , - .. " . OREGON.
I will deliver milk night and morn-
ing iri all parts of town during
the month of November for
..5 cents per quart..
J. W. MAYES.
In ffooD Wver, Opposite Pootoffice,
Now Ready for Business.
Is prepared to furnish, at all times, an? and
everything usually found in a
- nrst-class bakery.
Bread, Plea and Cakes Baked to Ordet
on Short Notice - . .
Congregational Church. -
Preaching services with worship every Sun
day at 11 a. m. arid 7:30 p. m. unless otherwise'
announced. Junior Society revery Sunday -.at
A n. m t hrlsri art
hdeavor Society at T
a. m. .
Sunday School at 1'
.adies' Aid Societv meets on the Jit arid
KHrirtvH nf fufh mnyith t. 9. hi Tn' Thp
WomanS Missionary Society meets the last Sat
urday of each month at 2 p. m. The pastor will
preacn a sermon to tne cnuaren tne nrst Bun
day of.eaeh month at 11 a; m' -A
cordial welcome to all who come .. . --
J. L. Hkrshneb, Pastor:
Go to She'rrill's for your couches.t and
lounges. . : : . .-. .. if
. Buy your school shoes froiii"Bone &
Don't forget to call flfid see Sherrill's
new stbbk of pillows.
Sherriii's new stock of itockers are
hard to beat. . Call and see theifti , 7
Call and get prices, on Comforts aiid
Pillows at Sherrill's Furniture store. -
The best and cheapest; tea nw 'in' use
is "rnde 01 japan," lor sale by tiydeT,
Bonney. Try a package. . t-
. Bone & -McDonald will sell you baking
powaer lor iz6c.. per ib. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded,,
Just opened up a fine line "of ladies
Mackintoshes. Call and see them, at
none s Mc.uoiiaia'8: . ... r,.
W. E. Sherrill has just put in a large
stocK 01 mouldings lor picture framing.
Now is the time to get vour pictures
iramea. ; ;
.4 . -
Call and see the new stvie Bed Boom
Suites at W. E. Sherrill's. Sold at rea
sonable prices, with a large cabinet pic
ture irame tnrown ini
See Bdnhey before buying your eroceiv
ies and provisions! He handles only the
best of everything and his pricfes are
such that you can save many a dollar bv
giving nim your patronage. .
It will be a Source of satisfaction to all
and a great saving to our many large
buyers 01 mill-stun that Hand s Btewart
have entered the market as cash carload
buyers and will hereafter distribute
Dalles Diamond, Peacock, Golbendale
Diamond Graham and Whole Wheat
Fiotir, Bran, Shorts, Barley, Wheat and
Corn. - : - r
- when yov Want .
First-class painting and paper hang
ing, call on E. L. Rood, at Hood River.
Paper hanging and kalsomining a
FINS PAINTING. - -;
R. Lane, of Hood River, is prepared to 8o all
kinds of Artistic, Sign and Landscape Painting
at the most reasonable prices. Give him a
trial. 7 -
Bking on Youk Wood. A - few t loads
of dry oak or fir wood, cut 24-inches will
be taken at this office on subscription at
full market price. .4- ' - -
Fine lot of Ornamental
SHRUBS AND VINES
Just received at Columbia Nursery.
Cit ron -Peel . t
. Go to- .. . 7
Bone & McDonald's
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HigrH Wftter Advertising Mark.
The New York Herald Gt Avril 17 printed an
editorial statement that on the" previous day
(Sunday, April 16) its paid advertising reached
the high water mark in that Journal's history.
" The Chicago Tribune " on that same day, rast
Sunday, April 18, printed not only more adver
tising than the New York Herald, but what is
believed to he the greatest amount ever printed
in a single issue of any regular main edition of
a neWafr&jwF leying out of account the twenty-two
Column, pt advertising printed by the
New' York Heratd 6fr hat day in the special sec
tion devoted to the' fnterest 6f BrooKiyrf and
New Jersey ahd appearing only! in those editions,.
the record of " The Tribune " tor AprH 16 '
passed that of the Herald for the same' day by
more than 10,000 agate lines of paid advertising.
Even allowing the Herald al ft clatM9 iftolu'
Ing its Brooklyn and New Jersey supplements
the New York Herald on that day still fell short
of " The Tribune " by more than 1,000 lines in
the actual amount of paid advertising.
The exact figures are given as follows:" The
New York Herald of April 16 printed in its main
edition, exclusive of its Brooklyn and New Jer
sey supplements, 77,823 agate lines of advertlse
mehtsV Including those supplements it clains
8(5.760. " Th Chicago Tribute ". prWe that
day 88,450 agite" lines' 5f paid advertisements,
The comparison Bhould be made in lines of agate
measure, because the columns of " The Trib
une" are longer and contain 305 agats lines,
while those of the New York Herald contain only
2S8 lines of agatf each. .. .
For the four suhdays ending April 16v the
fiumber of columns of advertisements in fhe New
York Herald, according to tts 6wn claims and
including its Brooklyn and- New Jersey special
section,, was 1-.-007.25. In the same period of time
The Tribune " printed 1,084.43 columns ofjic
tual pa'td advertisements.- ..These,- reducea to
agate lmes,..glve the New York Herald 80718C8
lines and " The Tribune " 830.751 lines. In " The
Tribune1" there1-Were printed in that period
23,383 s'te agate" line than in the New York
HeraToV Thiif excess was equa to1 rghtyvdfle
columns 6f the size of those of the New York
Herald. Therefore the New York Herald printed
an average of 20.25 columns less each Sunday
than " The Chicago Tribune." -
A GIFIV'THE DESIGNER
Tlig most bomplete An'A thoroughly up-to-date fashion Magitgine of the tinicH, containing; not oniy a ill?
bugH discussion of the late styles', but showing plates aiid giving guggdgtio'tis la the art of designing'
7 garments of all kinds and devbtihfc ittuch space ttt Short stolies, house decorUthJii: the eulihary del ni l" .
ment and an endless variety of other interesting matter; One yettifs subscription of this vahiiiMd
Magazine will be given for one week as an inducement to all purchdscti in our dfess goods departments
' of arty ladies dress pattern from 50c per yfifd and tiJS: ' -
Those who have lately subscribed under1 the coupon plan will be given a rebate on any purchase they ni.'iy
make.by giving up the coupon check. Tlie.price of the Designer is $1.00 per yea? or lOd d single" copy
; v; ' Special Sale on Ladies Union Suits' fo"r the" nc&t 10 Daysi
Ladies fleSce fined Jersey ribbed unidn Buits worth 50c, sale price 39c per suit. V . ; -Ladies
heavy fleece lined combindtibn suits, worth 80c, sale price 45c per suit .
Ladies heavy fleece lined combination suits, worth 85c, sale price 69c per 8Uit;; ; : - , - ;,
Ladiefi Ofiskany extra heavy fleece lined Jersey ribbed union suits', worth $1.00, sale price 75c per suit.
Ladies Oriskany tttobination suits, worth $2.00, sale price $1.15 per suit; - - . - ' , -
Ladies Orinskay extra heavy" fleece lined union suits, regular price $1.25, sale price 98c per suit.
; A few broken lines of Ladies; Misses and Childrens all wool; and cotton fleece lined under vests will Im
sold at half the regular price during thid sale: - .
7 SHOE DEPARTMBNTi . . ,
RECORDSf kinds are being lowered, sales of every description are lacing advertised, but biir sweeping
out sale of Bdots & ShoeS lowers all Records on Profit .Sharing Sales to. those who know d good thing ;
7 ,. when they see it. How does this loo'k' to" a man of good common sense?
Mens Cordovan Congress' $5.00 value for $2.50. Mens Calf, Lace of Congress $3.50 value for $2.00:
;j . , .: " Mens Oil Grain Lace $2.00 value for $1.25; '
How is this for the working man with large feet? Mens Buckle, Shoes 9,'s to ll's for 7&J; 7
For the young man hoping to make a good impression: Tan Calf Lace three styles toes, $3 value for $l.!)5i
For the man wanting the most leather for his nidrie'y: Satin Calf Congress 9's to ll'S, $100;
. ,7 BARGAINS in Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoesi-Your own priee for any of them: . '
Qents Furnishing Goods Department ,
OPPORTUNITY IS HERE. Every hour for a week our Clothing Department will be teeming with such Bargains that
,. strengthen the claim to the title of being pre-eminently the cheapest and best clothing house in Oregon.
HESITATE and you will loose one of the best opportunities of a lifetime. ' -
We have' Over oo Mens Suits Comprising all the late styles and materials,
We have decided to sell them this wefck
The time is here when it requires action
absence of a few important sizes.
THE SUN OFFICE.
Prices Consistent with
THE EVENING TELEGRAM,
!'' Of fbrtland, Oregon, and
'r- secure its splendid premium,
"EXCITING BXPBBIBNCE8 I OCR WAR Wrrfl
SrAlif itttr ttarf FIMPTRO' , M -Edited
by Marshall Everett and profusely fires
. trated. - - - .-..
. '' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .
1 Month...-,,....r.. .60; With Book, . . . . . .tl.25
3 " .......... 1.35; - " " 1.75
6 - 7..-........v2.75; " " .......8.00
12- - ': '...-.-.:.-. 5.00; '! " , , 5.25
Bwoi by mall or express wteity-ftre cent extra.
II. C. tBATEHAM,
IIOOI? RIVER,- OR
ALfi' Jiinps op nursery stock, largk ASSORT
, MENT." Wes-r VAltlBTlES.
An Invitation lit extended to the ptiblic to call
- and inspect my trccsnd slirubbefy.-
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at the phenomenally low price of $4.Q5.
on your part; and remember nothing in the world against these suits save the
We are in a position to fill your mail orders to your entire satisfaction.
....Boy Clothing Before Buying..
t. . . . ' ' v ' - - J ' . - -
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We have the best values in Boys Ciothirig evef offered in Hood RivcFi
." . We have a good line of .
!... -H v ' -3adies And Misses 'Mackintoshes
Rubber Boots and Shoes.u
Our goods are new, up-to-date, bought right and Marked in Piiihl
Figures. We are not advertising to sell goods for less than inur
ket value, "nor at a discounts
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Call and examine 6Ur
Stock and be Convincedi
-At the. Old Stand,
JOB PRINTING AT
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MT. HOOD STAGE CO
Daily Biage Between
Hood River and Cloud Cap fnnY
First-class Vurnouis' for Tourists' and Commercial Travelers
Conipetent Drivers, Good Conveyahcesf Moderate Rai&it
. Gfeneral tivefy',- delivery and
The b"est of care taken of transient
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CHASa ft, CLARKE
sold in the regular way at prices raneiiirf
OUR Llls'E ot-
a vr, iijm..jiiii i r ir i niniiii jinn
compare values favorably
HOOD RIVER, 0
THE SUN OFFiC!
"A; fi: t'ofjiir,' -
dray Vork of' every description":
Stofck fend satisfaction guara'ntc
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Mif not mean anything. Soni?
drugs may te pufebut if
fresh they are worse thaft tfSef'ifef
We buy only" m such quantHtetf
will insure always keeping-
stdck- fresh.- . . ;- V
It jnajc do io iXptnttfetit wrts?
some things,- but not with" pTe'-' -
scriptions. Oi -totetig one ma
make further dose' tane'cessfiryV
Otnr prescription ae" careMi
' prepared by a regfstefe'd1 Phfc-'
: cist whd kridws dru'gs and- fcD
Toilet Articles 7
In latest dfesigiris 4
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