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OREGON CITY COURIER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1903
CJL1N& UT '
M. MICHAEL, PROP.
Main Street, between Fifth 'and Sixth Streets, Oregon City, Oregon-
Read our cut prices and come at once before you are too late or you will miss
the greatest opportunity ever offered you.
Columbia apron ginghams, 5c per yard.
All 6c and 7c calicoes to go at 5c per yard.
Extra fine white lawn, 25c value, 19c per
Extra fine white lawn, 15c value, nc per
' Extra fine white lawn, 10c value, ,7c per
Ladies' fancy lace and embroidered che
mise, 1.25 value, 73c.
Ladies' fancy lace and embroidered night
Children's eiderdown cloaks, 1.25 value, 88c
Children's eiderdown cloaks, 1 75 value,
Children's U wool flannel cloaks, 3.50 to
4,50 value, 2.85.
- Ladies' jackets, only a few left, 7.50 value,
Ladies' plush capes, S .Upvalue, 3-2S-Ladies'
heavy kangaroo calf shoes, 2,5
Ladies' French kid shoes, turned soles, I
3,50 value, 2,50,
Children's heavy school shoes, 1,25 value,
. Infant's shoes, 50c and Goc value, 33c.
All appliques and laces, 1.25 per yard val
Cream white and ecru appliques, 50c value, 38c.
Cream white and ecru appliques, 25c value, 19c.
Cream white and ecru appliques, 15c value, 11c.
' Japanese wash silk, in all colors, 29c per yard.
A few left 10c and 12c Torchon laces, 6c per yard.
F. 0. warranted corsets, $1.25 value, 88c.
75 corsets at 48 cents.
Ladies' embroidered hose, 50c value, 3c.
, LadieB' heavy ribbed hdse, 25c value, 19c.
Ladies' and children's fleece-lined hose, 25c value,
Misses' corBet waists, 20 cents.
Large, heavy Turkish towels, 60c yalue, 45o per
No. 110 factory all wool cloth, 58 inches wide, 75c
All wool venicia, 42 inches wide, 75c value, 55c per
Fancy crepon, in all shades, 75c value, 50 cents.
And lots of other bargains, too numerous to men
tion. A large stock of men's and children's clothing,
boots, shoes, etc., at the above cut prices.
Remember that this is a bona fide sale. Every
thing must go. Remember the name and ' place.
Don't buy before you see me. I guarantee to save
you from 0 to 40 Der cent.
Seven rooms of furniture for sale.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
ana cneerfuiness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often. If the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, It is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is sold
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one dollar
sizes. Youmay haveailsSfiiii
sample bottle by mall
iree, aiso pampniet tell- Homo of Swaum-Boot
Ing all about It, Including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Blnghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Furnished Every Week; byJCIacka
mas Abstiact & Trust Co.
MAIN STREET Bet. 4th and 5th
California Port $1 00
Extra Old Port I
Delicate and Mellow
Superior Old Port and Sherry 1
Selected For Medicinal Purpoe
Extra Old California Sherry I
Medium, Pale, Delicate aua Dry
California Tokay I 00
Excellent lauie wine
Sweet Muscatel I 25
Sweet Catawba.. 1 25
Angelica. I 05
Soft, Full and Fine.
Extra old Califrnia Angelica I 25
Superb old dessert wine.
Extra Dry California famous Wlnts.
Sparkling Burgundy 85c
A dear, sparkling wine.
Sonoma Claret 65 c
Rich, fruity wine.
Extra Sonoma Zinfandel. . . 75c
None better: a well matured wine.
Extra Sonoma Riesling. . . . 75c
A white wine that will Dlease you."
Sonoma Hock 65c
A fine old white wine. -
Fine Calif. Grape Brandy
The genuine; good as Imported.
try NEW DISCOVERY
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Sore Throat, Croup and
NO CURE. NO PAY.
Price 60c. and $1. TB'AL BOTTLES FREft
More Rural Routes,
Representative Tongue has Becured
the establishment of sixteen more free
rural delivery routes for the first con
gressional district, one of which will be
in Clackamas county .starting at Oswego.
Ten of the new routes go into operation
in February and sis in Match. The
routes first to be established are : Irving,
Springfield and Eugene, Lane county ;
Oswego, Clackamas county ; Gaston and
Forest Groye, Washington county. The
remaining routes will be at Lebanon,
Halsey and Silverton in Marion county ;
Mt Angel, Linn county ; Ashland, Jack
son coun'.y and an additional route at
Corvallis, Benton connty.jThis will
make sixty rural free duivery routes in
the first congressional district, with 28
applicant pending investigation and 11
Only Wine Vaults in the City
City Orders Delivered free.
Order through Your Qrocer.
G. Jl. Brady.
MILES & MCGLASHAN, PROPS.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
20 Bars Perfection Soap
7 Boxes 1776 Washing Powders
Box Gold Dust
2 Pounds Fine Blend Coffee
2 Packages Arbuckle or Lion Coffee
Hound M & M Blend Fine
25 Cents .
3 Cans Dear Aead Oysters
Can Eagle Milk
3 Pounds Perfection Salt
Regular 20c solle;
Peter Smith, who form erly resided
here, will soon return and may conclude
to locate here.
EiThe Christmas tree at the lower ugan
school, given by Miss Harrington and
pupils.'was satisfactcry to all. Carl
Fallot as Santa Claus, was a great suc
cess. The Christmas dance at the Grange
ball was a social and financial success.
The committee, Noval Kirchem, Claud i
Sprague and George Gill, are deserving
much credit for the success.
Frank Wilson now has at the head of
his dairy herd, the registered red polled
bull, Klondike, recently pucrhased from
The Sunday school had a tree Christ
mas night under the general direction
of the Superintendent H. E. Cross,
which was a decided success. They had
a fine program well rendered. The tree
was a beauty and a credit to the persons
trimming It. Every one seemed to have
a good time and went away satisfied and
The outside of our school building is
completed and is an ornament to the
place, and a credit to the builder, C. II.
Mrs. Oolvin, sister of Mrs. Brown and
whom she had not seen for about 15
years, arrived in our burg, together with
her husband and one child from Colorado
The school ground are being leveled
and graded under the supervision of
Hon. J. T, Apperson.
Henry Nachand of this place secured
one of the sewing machines given on
Christmas by, Will A. Holmes.
The Christmas week was a busy one
in the matrimonial market. Loving
swains were in town from almost every
section of the county seeking licenses,
and the number of licenses granted by
County Clerk F. A. Sleight were greater
in December than in any two preceding
months. Altogether, there were ap
proximately 160 licenses issued to Clack
amas county people during the year 1902.
On December 27th Felix Victor and Inez
Thomas Hinman were granted a license
to marry . The bride is from Clackamas
county, while the groom hails from
Multnomah.- The marriage took place
at the home of Corgll Manse and Rev,
E. F. Bollinger of the First Congrega
tional church tied the knot.
John Jones and Nannie Perkins were
also given a license to marry on the
Another license was given Emma
Jones and George Biukel. All four of
the latter parties live in this county.
Anna K. Ott and A. H. Rilzan were
granted license to marry on the 27th,
Judge Thomas F. Ryan tied the nuptial
Clara Frazerand Theodore Revenue
and Sarah E. Wise and Henry Stuckev
all secured licenses on the same day.
The two latter parties went to Portland
to have the nuptial knot tied.
saved doewwt ' bills for more
sixty years, ror the oommpQ
ily ailments, such a coastlne
indigestion, hard colds, bowel 00m
ploiuis, chills and fever, bllforia
nesi, headaches and other like
complaints no other mediotM is
necessary, u invigorates ana rei
mates the liver, assists digestioi
stimulates acjion or ue Kidneys,
purifies the Wool and purges the
bowels of foul adwulabpas. It
cures liter complaint, taJlgesHort,
sour stomach, diczfaess, cbilia,
rheumatic pains, sideache. Doc
ache, udner broobies, coniUpatlon,
diarrhoea, biliousoeaa. plies, hard
colds emd headache. Evdry drug
gist haj Thediori'i Btack-prangSt
In 25 eedt paduaes and In mam
moth site tor 11.00. Vever accept
a substitute. Insist on having the
original made by the Cwtanooga
Medicine OomfAny. '
I believe ThtdfonTs Black-Draujht
b the but mtdklnt on tvth. It is
good for any and cvcrythbiL I havt
family of rwalve cKitdrea, and for
four years I Ktvt kept them on foot
ana Itesiury with no doctor but Bitot.
Draught A. J. GREEN, Ulcwva, U.
James Fisk is home after a two weeks
yisit with his sister at Philomath .Benton
The dance at Martins Saturday even
ing was a grand success.
Fred Stevens lost bis saddle horse
Saturday night. -
If you want a good saddle horse and
riding outfit call at Ernest Jones, he
has one eheap.
S; W. Bany is home at present.
intends to Btay this winter.
Christmas is past and we wish all
Happy New Year.
The Mountain View Sunday school is
progressing nicely under the leadership
of Mrs. Morgan. .
There will be preaching next Sunday
January 4th, at 3:30 by Rev. S. A
Mr. and Mrs. Savage were up from
Portland last week and sold their pro
perty to Mrs, Edgecomb.
Messrs Kuntz and Poindexter have
purchased a team, harness and wagon
and nave gone out to their rancn ne ar
Mrs. Kuntz will not move out until
after school closes next summer.
Mrs. Edgecomb aud family have
moved onto their property lately pur
chased from Mr. Savage.
The Ely Bros are very busy this week
invoicing all their goods.
Frank Ringo, who has been spending
Christmas with his mother. He re
turned to Highland again Tuesday.
Mrs. D. Wilhelm, who has been sick
for the past few months is not recovering
as fast as would like to be seen.
Joe Ringo who is attending the State
Agricultural college is spending the
holiday vacation at home.
G. W. Sweney and family, of Handy
were yislting. P, L. Schamel's last
Hubert Engle who has been working
near Beaverton, is spending Christinas
with the, "old folks at home."
The dance given by Franks Adams
Christmas eve was well attended.
A large crowd gathered in the school
house hall on Christmas night. All
seemed to be well pleased with presents
There is some talk of putting in a
farmers telephone line in this vicinity.
The members of Robust Tent have
postponed their public installation, two
The time set for the installation is
January 24, 1903. A short program will
be rendered. All are invited to attend.
Miss Zelma Shaver was visiting
among friends the first part of this
Thanks to the editor for stationery
received a few days ago.
Its a wrong idea that a few young
men have of going to a dance and getting
drunk to have a good time in raising
disturbance in general.
I am sorry to say that there are a few
school boys who go to the da nee and
don't take part in the dancing but stand
around the most of their time out doors
with the toughs of whom they are ta
P Elmer to J H Vick, 148,79 acres in
. Wingfleld elm 5-2 e; $2500. ;
O&CRRBotoCO Miller, e 1-2 of se
of sec 3,4-5 e; $240.
O A Palmer to F S Morris, ne of se sl-2
of ne of sec 1, 2-3 e; $1.
R J Young to W O Snyder, 9 acres in
elm 30, 3 2 e; $700.
W D G Ouyler to J Shannon, lots 7 and
8, blk 156 Oregon City ; $650,
H E Stevens to L Cole, lots 3, 4, 5 and
7, blk b Canemah ; $500.
F O Wimbles to A F Shain, 40 acres in
sec 31 1-3 w ; $300.
P R Winston to C F Kopke, 52 acres in
Fiah elm 2-3' e; $2600.
C T Howell to C W Force, 33 acres in
sec 17, 4-2 e; $664.
GB Jacobs to C G Jacobs, 15 acres in
Shannon elm, 22 acres in Tompkins
elm and 148 acres in elm 70 e, 2 s r 1
Sellwood Land and I Co to J H Eoch,
11 ;50 acres in Crow elm 2-2 e; $2700.
Wm Barlow et al to M W Shepherd, 45
acres in sec 8, 1 3 s, a 1 ; $1.
F Sink to J D Chandler, nl-2 of ne of
sec 33, 14 ej $400.
C D Chahdler to C W Acock, nl-2 of ne
sec 33, 1-3 e ; $400.
H Gans 0 W L Davio, lots 3 and 4, blk
4, Oswego; $100
A Habelt to F Busct , 19.8 aores in sec
26, 4-4 e j $100.
R D Price to O E Knotts, part lots 8 and
9. blk 14, Galls View; 1.
C Ratach to F J Reil, 1 1-4 acres in sec
21, 2-2 e; $120.
H H Austin to A W La-ubert, w 1-2 of
nw and n 1-2 of sw of sec 12, 8-3 e ; $1.
G C Garfield ?o S A Clinfelter, lots 7
and 8, blk 29, Oswego; $400.
Sellwood Ld I Co ta O P Walcott, blk
95, Oak Grove; $360.
F Olden to S E Rhodes, 1-4 acres in
Whitcomb elm ; $160.
S Mathew to G Ge'ttis, lots 8 a id 9, blk
23, Canby; $100.
S O Owen to B A White, lots 8 and 9,
blk 23 Canby; $175.
H R Lewis to W A Bushong, lots 11, 12,
13, 28 to 36, blk 87, Minthorn ; $1
J A Swanson to A Newell. 16 set off the
s side, nw of ne of sec 7, 2-3 e : $20.
Alliance Trust Co to F W Schrager, elm
47. 3 1 w ; $5250.
A Kinkade to A E Russell, lot 4, blk 44,
Wm Barlow et al to M W Miller, 45
acres in sec 8, 4-1 e ; $1.
J O Hickman to M A Bridgford, 33, 34,
35, 36 in blk 16, Minthorn ; $5.
J F Van Den Eynde to A S Bennett,
' 1-2 of se, e 1-2 of se sec 30, 2-5 e ; $300,
Wm Folet to A S Bennett, same as
B Thcmueon to H Osterholz, nw of nw
w 1-2 of ne of nw of see 4, 5-1 e ; $2100
A Newall to J A Swanson, 16 ft off the
e side of sw of ne of Bee 7, 2-3 e ; $20.
E Scott to W Long, 6 acres in sue 25, 5-1
W Lona to Whitney, 6, 4, acres In sec
24 and 5, 5-1 w; $1000.
H Anderson to W Ferguson, se of Bee
4-5 e; $1000.
0 W Knight to A F Knight, lot 12, blk
4, Canby ; $500.
H L Stratton to A M Seol, lots 7 and 11
in bik 11, Falls View; $100.
Sellwood Ld & I Co to S B Daniels, lots
5,6,15 and 17, blk 90, Oak Grove;
J W Eaton to J Spangler, 108 acres in
e of see 4, 4-2 e; $4200.
W H Howell to H G Stevens, part blk 6
blk 25, Oregon City; $1.
E F Riley to M A Brlfgerfori, lots 33 to
36, blk 16, Minthorn ; $20.
M L Surman to J Surman, lots in E Ore'
gon City and part Fisher elm; $100.
A Goetling to J F Benson, lots 9, 10, 11,
blk 45, Gladstone ; $1300.
W F Brayton to A Ketchum, 4 acres in
elm 42, 3 2 e; $750,
J T Campbell to B O Strickland, lots 11
and 12, blk c, Clackamas heighs; $150,
A Howell to I G Rambo, lot, blk c,
F W Cramer to A Ketchum, 9 1-4 acres
in elm 42, 3-2 e; $850.
The woman who reads this will under
stand to the full what Mrs. Tipton mean;
when she says : I am enjoying trcodl
a person who has j VSSl
ueen ma a e
vreetched by sick,
ness to under
stand the joy of
There are very
many women who
suffer as did Mrs.
Tipton, who might
be cured as she
was by the use of
Dr. Pierce's Fa
tion. It estab
dries the drains
women, heals in
flammation and ulceration, and curea
female weakness. It makes weak women
strong, sick women well.
"It with pleasure I recommend Dr. Pierce"
medicine," writes Mm. Nora Tipton, of'
(Cropper Station). Shelbv Co.. Kenturlcv
remember my case was one of female weakiira
and weak Iuuks. I had uo appetite aud would
otten spit blood : was confined to mv bed nlmi
half of the time and could hardly stand on niy
feet at times for the pains through my whole
body and system. My husband had to pay larae
doctor bills for me, but since I have taken fofirr
bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery, four of ' Favorite Prescription and three
vials of ' Pleasant Pellets' we haven't paid any
more doctor bills. It had been seven months,
since I stopped using Dr. Pierce's medicines and
1 nave oeeu enjoying good health all the time.-.
I can never praise these medicines too highlv
for I have received so much benefit. I nrov ihifc
many who suffer as I did will take Dr. Pierce's
medicines. I am sure they will never fail toi
wuic wiicii kivcu a iair iriai. nveryixxlv tuts
me I look better than thev ever snw'mp. I am-
ure I feel better than I ever did before."
".Favorite Prescription has the testi
mony of thousands of women to its com
plete cure of womanly diseases. Do not
accept an unknown and unproved sub
stitute in its place.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are
ladies' laxative. No other medicine
equals them for gentleness and thorough- -ness.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notici is hereby clvon that the undersigned el
ecutorof the will of Leonard Hslns, deceased.
has tiled hlB final account with the county oour. in
of Clackamas oounty ani state of Oregon, and!
that the Hon. T. F. Ryan, Judge of said court haiw
set Monday, the 2d day of February, 1908,. at thai-
hour ot ten ociock a. m.,01 nam any, as mar
time for hearing said report and objooUuiis there
to, If any there be.
Executor of the will of Leonard Heinz, deceased!
Department ol the Interior, United Slate Ini'
Office, Oregon Cliy, Oregon November lltu 190VU
A sufficient oonlttt affidavit having been flloli
In this office by August K. Sterling, contestant.,
against homstead entry No. la 150. made Oct I&a
rjuu lor wk 01 ej4 eecuon u, lowntmip 2 s
Range 7 e, by William H. Usher oontestea, lu
which it is alleged that Contestant "knows the
present eondition of the same; also that said i
entryman hag wholly abandoned eald claim and
that he has never resided upon or cultivated,:
or improved the same in any manntxr
whatever since making entry thereof er
st all nor ha anyone acting for him and that laid
alleged absence from the said land was not dosn
to his employment In the army, Navy or Marine .
Corps of the United States as a private soldier, ,-.
officer seaman, or marine, during the was with
Spain or daring any other war U which the.
United States may he engaged;" said parties are
hereby noticed to appear, respond and offer
evidence touching said allegations at 10 o'clock
a, m. on Maroh 20, 1903, before the Register andi ,
Receiver at the United Stales Laud Ollloe In Ore- -gon
CI1 y Oregon.
The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit t
Sled November 13, 1902, let forth (acts which ...
show that af Ur dlluganca personal service of Uils
notice can not be made. It was ordered and'
directed that such notice bo given by due and
GEO. W. Bibeh;.
Marcus Baker was in the county seat
Monday to attended the wedding of Geo,
Mr. Biehle is employed on a car line
in Portland as conductoi ,
Mr, Baker feels that his old school
mates and playfellows are leavin g him
in humanity 1 race. Brace np, my boy,
there are as good fish in the sea as ever
have been caught,
Flowing is going merrily on.
Fall sown grain is coming on very
Christmas is still on in earnest with
the postmaster and mail carrier.
Bean the i Kind You Haw Always
N0TI0E TO CREMTOM?-
Kotlce is hereby given that the nndenhrnnd ham
been appointed by the County Court of Clack
amns Oounty, Oregon, administrator of the estate .
of Nancy Jane Beatle, deceased. All persons
having olalras against said estate or tho deneaaed
are required to present them.with proper vouohert
and duly verified, within six month! fio u the
publication OI tills notice, to the ur.derslgneC at'
his offlceln the V.'s-uard-bnli'.itrg.Oieiou ty
JMiEI'II K. HEDUKB,,
Adminlstiator of the estate of
Nancy Jane DeatlO, deceased.
Hedges ft Griffith.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CREDI
TORS. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned',
has been duly ap pointed by the County Court .'
of Clackamas County, Oregon, ezeoutrlx of thej
last will of William R. Bagby, late of said County.
All persons having claims ngtiiiHt the estate of.
said deceased, are notified to file such claimin
with the proper vouchers and duly vot iflod ao-s -cordlng
to law with my attorney, C. H. Dyo,-,.
Corner 0th & Main St., Orogon City, Oregon, ,
within six months from date of this notice.
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, December Bttv
HARRIET W. BAQBY,
Executrix as afore Said. .
Following Is the report of school dis
trict, No. 40, Needy, for the month end
ing Dec. 26, 1902:
No. of pupils enrolled, 51.
No. of days taught, 19.
Average daily attendance, 47.
No. of cases tardiness, 12,
Those who were neither absent nor
tardy during the month are : Leonard
Owens, Peter Price, Edith Johnson,
Flora Spstfe, Lena Kummer, Louis Qay
lor, Angus Sturve, Lizzie Hermann,
Sylvia Muller, Mary Muller, Ray FiBh.
Visitors present during the month:
Supt. J. C. Zinser, Mr. Ritter, Mr.
Thompson, Mr. Kropf, directors j Mr.
Frank Fish, Chas. Bpagle and Dave
Zimmerman. We are pleased to note
the increasing interest taken by the di
rectors and we trust the patrons gener
ally will follow their example.
Robert Ginther, Teacher.
Btls ItieliiulYos Haw Always BanjJJ
DWABTMIKT Of THE IMTERIOB,-.
- United States Land Ollloe,
Oregon City, Or., December 18th, liKW,
A sufflolent contest affidavit having been 11 led"
In this office by Peter (Jranatzkl, ooutestant,.
agalnnt Homestead Entry No. 12018, mads Decrau
her 23d, 1N38, for ewi of swU, socUon 28, town
ship 4 south, range 4 east by Jsnies Myles, coa
testee, ln which It is sllcged that contestant"
knows the present Condition of the same; also that
said Barnes Myles has wholly abandoned said
Claim for ths past two years: that he has not ln
proved the same m required by law, nor had any
one make any Improvements thereon for him; tliat
to my best knowledge and belief said Jamea Myles i
never resided or settled upon said claim at alp
(and that said alleged absence from the said laud '
was not due to his employment In the Army
Navy or Marine Corps of the United States as a
private soldier, officer, seaman or marine daring
the war with Spain, or during any othnr war iu, ,
Which the United Htates may be engaged i.
Said parties are hereby notified to appear, re
spond and offer evidence touching said allegation.
I lll.'.ll. .n An Un.nk Otl, llWl'l I. ..f ....... I.
Register and Rscelvor at tho United Stales Laud.
Office in Oregon City, Oregon,.
The said contestant havinz. In a nrnnnr aftV-
davit, filed December 15th, mfl, set forth facts.
Which show that afterdne dtliimnce sarsonal aer-
vice of tills notice can not be made, waaordereif
and directed that such notice ha given by due and.
proper publication. ' at
C0. W.Bibii, Rooelver. .
fWa sell the greatest of blood purifier
cker's Klood Kllxir, under a positive guar
antee. It will cure all chronlo and other blood,
poisons. If you have eruptions or sores on yonr
kixly, or are pale, weak or run down, it is lust"
what you need. We refund money If you are no U
satisfied; OOo aud II. Utwall Joues, druggists.
If yon desire a good complexion om-
Mnkl Tea, a pure li'-rlj drink, It acts on Uii
liver and makes theskln Kniooih and cli-ar. Curei
sick headaches; 2Ao and Vic. Mormy rtfi.ndtd I.'.
it does not satisfy you. Write to W. II. Hooker b
Co., Buffalo, N. Y for irne sample, oi llov si! t
Jones, druggist. ,