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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND. .THURSDAY - EVENING,' MAY 0, 1907.
Mrs. E. Harrison Ruffner In Cus
1' tody on Charge of Having
Swindled Merchants. .
lists of Roseburg. Each of these meet
ings was largely attended. Mr. Barsee
said tha'hebftlleved hi met every busi
ness man In Coos county and every one
I of them pledged hie support to the
proposition. vv . . , i if . s
Y Xooal Capital Only.: '
This plan ha teen In embryo for a
umwuu,. out nereiorore it naa been tne
plan , to Invite forelm caDital to ttfke
hold of. the scheme. . Tble time It la
proposed to build the road without ask
7hat Do They Cnre T :
The abovo Question la often asked con
cerning Dr. nerce's two leading meai
elnee, "Golden Medical Discover " and
The answer U that Golden Medical
Discovery " to a most potent alterative or
blood-purifier, and tonlo or Invlgorator
and acta esDeclallr favorably In a cur
, tlve way npon all the mucous lining sur
laces, as oi in nasar passages, uiroat
1U.UJ 1 , . .
"'" vj conawrvauve Business men I iS- j -a j
that every dollar of money needed for xo rceqoraetr OT ueeas
the construction at tha mm A ran ha tiro I . . ... .
CLAIMED TO BE SPOUSE
Kr-V J?" "T Rev. D. Cnrnnntar Sanria ! nva broShUl .tabes, stomach. , bowels an
"" T" ""'" ""u 1 ' I M.JA i . r ....
rbal cakes vhelherthe disease affects thr
nasal pansfe. the Irfioat, larynx, bron
chla, atomacnNf as cata?NuYl dyspepsia)
oo wen at as muiOTn&MHvrJiPaa. oiauaei
uterus or other pelvic orgTasi Evpn i
the construction of the road can be pro
cured In the counties of Douglas and
When the company is ora-anlsed It
will take on the nature of an "every-
ooay give" campaign, and ao far rs
flEXT Oil LIST
Joani.1 SpoetaJ Service.) 'H
TTa rpfmrinn ra Wk y.. T . r
wi rvukiini wrriwmi. " " i warpwnier, aged es, who haa been mar-
buslnes man In the two counties srho
will .not ake a block of stock In the
Roseburg feels that It must have this
road or Its growth will atop, snd Coos
bay needs the connection for a 'dosen
Shipped to Her Address at Lot I different reasons. One of these Is that
me roan wui place the nay towns in
better condition to demand national aid
Bought targe Bills of Merchandise
M Sa Bernardino and Had Them
for , harbor Improvement.
; . ' rJosrai! Special Berries.) '
San Bernardino, Cl., May . Mrs. E.
tlamson JRulTner, wife of a well known
mining man, waa arrested last evening
In Loa Angeles aa she waa leaving tbe
Ban Bernardino train. She Is charged
by Secretary Baker of the San Fran
clsoo Merchants' Protective association
with obtaining merchandise under mis
representations, claiming to be the wife
tr J. IX Thomas, who la connected with
the Santa, re railway.
ONE MAN KILLED IN
ried 10 yeara and haa one son, baa re
signed the pastorate of tbe Holiness
church and left tbe town, eonfesslna
bis love for Delia Goodrich, aged J.
The Infatuation waa discovered by
a letter intended for Delia which tte
preacher sent to the recorder of deeds
by ' mistake. The recorder gave the
letter to tha officers of Carpenter's
oongregatlon. . .
Evidence Against Alleged Cotm-
v terfeiters Being Presented
: to Grand, jury.1 ;i; ' '
EX GL US I V E
kansar' riTY ri 7P PLAN IMPROVEMENTS
Mniivnw via Bar Mar mm mm I t'A fft Va A saaapsi a i sa I
run rurtiAUt kailkuau
feUleged to have made large purchases
', of merchandise f stm numerous mer
chanta, bvlng the bills charged to
(Thomas. la each Instance ahe had her
purchases delivered to her town home
: and this afternoon shipped them all to
gxa Angeiea - '' ''-
. Thomas was ' astounded when con
fronted with the bills. He Is unmar
ried and refused to stand for the
twoman'a actions. Her husband la . sb
ent on a mining trtp. Her .friends are
amased and attrlbuta her conduct. to
temporary insanity., , ,
1 BURNS-O'BRIEN FIGHT
; '' 'l -asaSMssssMasBasaMeaM T"." '
V ' (Continued from Pag One)
(Joarbil Roedal Servteei '
Kansas City, May . One person waa
killed. It badly Injured and alx are
missing as the result of a Are which
building here yesterday afternoon. The
Mrs. Ruffner Is I property loss Is estimated at 1380,000
f cgiia r , wealnp fraTgnrfflts am
is ft powerful yet gently Acting Invigijrat
lng tonlo and nervine. For weak worn
out, over-worked women no matter what
has caused the break-down, "Favorite
Prescription' will be found most effective
fa building op the strength, regulating
the womanly functions, subduing pain
and bringing about a healthy, vigorout
condition oi tna wnoie system.
A book of particulars wraps each bottlt
anvin the formula of both medicines ana
Quoting what scores of eminent medi
leal authors, whose works are consulted
bv DhTslclans of all the aohoola of practice
as gnidos In prescribing, say oi eacn in-a-redleni
anterina- Into these medicines.
'.ine wows or praise Destowea.oa nc Thomas B. Foster, who ran down ths
Immediately ; finishing"-' the i office
cases 'yesterday, . Assistant . United
States Attorney James Cole commenced
to present the evidence before the fed
eral grand Jury la the Coon counter-
felting- case.1' Part of yeaterday after
noon and all of this morning waa taken
up by the Jurors In hearing evidence!
against the counterfeiter It ' s bo-1
lleved theV will not finish their Inves
tigation of the gang before tomorrow
Coon and his confederates, were ar-l
rested near Huntington, Oregon, and in
Idaho Just before they were ready t
manufacture spurious colns They erf
BKia 10 naye oraerea a press rrom new
Tork and when discovered, threw it
Into Snake liver. Other evidence was
gathered against the men. however, and
Mr. vole and Secret Service Operative
(Speetal Dlatwteh tjrhe oeraaL)
Salem. Or Mar i S -irh hnanl
esult of a fire which I . V . T V " " i y iut . . . ""v inomii u. r osier, wno ran oown
flve-atory University t0 b PP,ntd by Gtovemor Chamber- several IngredlenU entering Into Doctor I counterfeiters, believe they have
' ' I lat. 4n m... ... M I DUnu'l mtitlnM k. .link witjire annllM I .... . .
The Finest in
A m e r i c a
The building waa occupied by the of
fices of Montgomery, Ward ft Co. and a
number of artists and musicianswho
had their atudloa tn the upper stories.
Tbe list of dead and missing follows;
George De Mare, ager IS, an art in
Injured: ' . '
Miss Alexandria Bluraberg, a Rusflan
countess; skull fractured, may die. '
Maud Speyer, fell from ladder, , serl
oua -; -
Mrs. E1U Boyle, . Sheridan, Missouri;
fell from ladder, aevere. ' ,
3, H. Kramchfleld, fireman; leg broken.
William Karagard, violin teacher; fell
from Are escape; serious.
L. A. Lewis of Portland, W. 3, Mariner
of Blalock and 3. T. Peters ef The
Dallea ' will have ' charge of - the new
tmprovemepts to be made by the board
of portage railway commissioners at
Big Eddy. . They will confer with Sup
erintendent c. K. Bteelsmlth. The pres
lain in the near future consisting of I Pierce's medicines bv such writers should I complete caae against the men.
nave more weigni inau any iuvuu wi
non proiessionai testimonials, oecause
such men are writing for the guidance of
their medical brethren and know whereof
they speak. , ; .
Both medicines are non-alcoholle, non
secret, and contain no harmful habit
S!"A-.tor? fra ''? iKrtSUofr.rSof nlm'e'rloar
n.uim, i me'rreigm at mac piace w ,R,Ytmi r& ThV ara both anoruy arter tney naa been t
According to V" .1 , ,1 'Yftn can't y the United States commissioner.
afford to accept as a substitute tor one oi
these medicines oi Known, composiuoE
any secret nostrum. .
Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sns-ar-coated
easy to take as candy, reiulate and la
Tigorate sr-acn, uver ana ooweia.,
nay that the light bad been fixed and
that be had promised to give O'Brien
the decision a furor waa ralaed in sport
' lng circles and" there Is talk of a boy
cott of ; both ' McCarthy and O'Brien.
,!Flght fans are indignant and tbe sports
'who had their money up on Bums are
' , looking for blood. California climate
Woes not look very healthy for the men
,iwho were the prime movers In the
"skin game" today and they are not
irery much in evidence around the head
quarters of the sporting fraternity.
From start to finish last night's fight
was a farce. Neither one of the fighters
landed many heavy blows and neither
of . them received : any punishment
O'Brien, In his mad race around, the
ropes, landed a great many 'love taps"
:on Burns' head and face when the latter
would set tired of sprinting and wait
' for his opponent to alow down, but they
' counted for nothing and Burns did not
appear disposed to hurt the badly scared
Philadelphia!). ' ' f
HESIDENTS TO BUILD
(Continued" from Page One.)
penaes, but will assist in flnanclna the
. line,? "- ' ' v v ,-,
W1U Doable and Talnea. ' ' "
; . Marshfleld, North Bend add Roseburg
and Intervening tnwn wllLk. nii
o coniriDute uoeraiiy ror terminal
erronnda, and every farmer in the ter
ritory to be opened will probably help
wun aonauons ox ngnts or way and
construction work. The great need of
. a railway to open up the rich country
. traversed by the survey la generally
recognized. The road would more than
I, double the market value of the land.
'. At a meeting" last night of the bust-
I n ess men of Roseburg a committee of
five men was appointed to confer with
a like committee from each of the five
Coos bay towna on ways and means of
building the road. Marshfleld, North
Bond, Bandon, Coqullle and Myrtle
Point have already held meetlnga and
have appointed committees to confer
; with Roseburg and to organise a com
pany to construct the road. This con
f erence will be held at one. of the Coos
bay cities at an early date, when It Is
proposed to formally launch the plan
to build the line. The meetlnga In the
five Coos bay county towns were called
, In order that the business men and capi
talists of these places might meet
Ioufs Barsee representing the capital-'
PIONEER MERCHANT -
OF WASCO SELLS OUT
' (Speetal Obnttek te Tbe 7nnraaLt
The Dalles, Or., May . William Bar
bette, the 'pioneer merchant and banker
of .Wasco, Sherman county, baa sold out
his interests to a syndicate composed of
T. J. Sorogglns, a banker of La Grande;
W. R. Hamilton, capitalist of Waaoo,
and Dr. Hugh Logan, a prominent physi
cian and capitalist of The Dallea. The
purchase price la aald to be $60,000.
The Bale Includes flour mill and ware-
Of the gang arrested. Coon. John H. I
Williams and John Johansen are in Jail.
Coon and Williams have both served
time for counterfeiting and are coneld-
ered two or tbe most dangeroua men
of their craft. In the country. Earner I
Turner and his brother, J. T. Turner,
were released on ball In the sum of
12,000 shortly after they bad been held
an ii per cent grade. According to
Mr. Steelsmlth's report the earnings of
tne .road ror the past 'month were
tZii.lt and the expenses connected
with Its operation and maintenance
amounted to 1800.71.
Among other thing the report says:
As per request ef the state board, the
matter of improvement at Big Eddy
waa taken up with the members of the
new noard. Judge Mariner and Mr. J.
T. Peterji visited the Big Eddy and
looked over the situation. The expense I
of this improvement was taken up at
a meeting of the Open River aaaocla
tlon, when it was s greed that the
koclatlon pay - one-half the expense of I
the improvement, but not to exceed
IJ.000, I am of the opinion that the crowd of curlous-mlnded persons, Titus HooVei. knew or th. wm.
M.lrl. JSs He Msa I a MAAtM ta m i al fhahla a eksa ltif Kail I : T ' " ea--F e sr-- I
fc c a ha
KNEW OF DANGER SO V
i .; T SUIT IS DISMISSED
Judge Trsser in the circuit court this
morning ended the trial of the Ferman
Polios Francis stepped up to H. F, IB. Hoover suit for $1,500 damages from
Titus, editor of the Socialist, Seattle, j Wadbams A Co. by granUng the non-
Washragton, who had Just arrived in oveo ror dt . w. wiiour. tne
Boise to report the Haywood trial for S!n5rA Z1?'. .'
"'" a box of canned goods that fell npon
presence was desired by. the , mayor, hi, v.ii. h. ... . I
tnhva l Tit tnakss , I t nae i4UiuifV4 m AtVlfUv
wvasea aa aiMMsj I AIsIVkI ttV , 'I I
MyeUfled. and followed by a large I ,T. .hftw w h.
Q U A R A.N,TE E
It the front of coat of a Chesterfield Suit
breaks back or otherwise loses its shape
In one year's wear we will give customer a
new suit free.
plan of making; a IS per cent grade accompanied thechlef to the city hall, .jy b9t1) on the foot by a
" " '"" r" v.. T " f . I can , that fell down the elevator abaft
ZZY ? """?fJ"'"""iy. " and. having knocked a box down the
.'rJ.'Z.Z" "i-..0" haft once himself. The Judge held that
.... - ; " the fact that Hoover continued to work
lngfrom street speaking during- the ther with kn0Wledae of the danger
T: tt.i... ....v.. ...x .u-. prevented the recovery of damages and
.u,ui . mu urn ui I .n hM h. ....
MiMuun vk muj Kintf wouia m tol
erated in Boise until after the federa
tion cases were disposed Of. Titus de
clared his mission in Boise waa a peace
ful one and that as far aa he .waa con
cerned there would be no trouble pre
cipitated. . .
The incident created considerable ex-
en t Incline and using- the donkey en
glne to lower and ' hoist cars would
be most economical and satisfactory."
The Open River Transportation com
pany's steamer J. N. . Teal la expected
to be ready for service May 15.
R. M. G RAY
269-271 MORRISON STREET
auMeiaoM KbIaIk . atk 1 1 AAA.' .f ..I.
utua?t viiua.Btuiv wine " ' ' riff" I j. i ii il l seat sjsjt a t a a as. s
of good, and Mr. Barnett s -wsldenoa SEATTLE Ml LLI 0NAIR ES
disposed of all his other Interests in I ACT AS LONGSHOREMEN
Wasco, where he haa resided for 28
rSW." " rB. ln" ; fBDeclal Dltnatch te The Joomat)
wui anempi xo get eiecino power rrom e..,i. m. i a Th,. fi.otti. mil.
MT. HOOD ROAD WANTS
FRANCHISE FROM CITYI
the Desrhntes. ' fi tnii .hn. .. ' me mciaeni ereaiea consiaeraoie ex-1 company will soon I
SheraTs bridge and by ectricM trana! Xoa?rtM ,Me .nur.',n5h ."Z 00 th,r 'or a tlm but at a late hour for a franchise fo
mltsion operate the , 'mllT aiil sunly h,nd he" ? their backs as a re- qulet prevailed and the police have the across a part of th
electricity and Vwtr Tn St "Ituation well in hand. Bull Run river. C.
niNirrair aun power in wasco, aioro MTitllv thev a.ra walklnv around with , !
and other towns In Sherman county.
WOODMEN WILL MEET
cidentally they are walking around with
bulging chests for they have demon
strated that striking longshoremen can't
Interfere with their business. -
1 ' ft "V 9 kt J ! i sBBfssjs m sea m mm I UV va av sa-a v aaavs saai a nuiuaa aa voa-
AT BAKER NEXT YFAR dent of the Centennial Mill company!
.- W. D. Hofius. president of W. D. Hoflus !
i iei.i Dimetei 1 Co, and Captain J. 8. Oihson, general
ASK SUESL- kee
The Mount Hood Railway aV : Power
company will soon ask the water board
for a franchise for an eleetrto road
the city's property on
W. Miller, one of
the promoters ef the company, told the
board yesterday afternoon that the com
pany Intended to supply Its power plant
with water taken from below the city's
intake and that the water supply of
Portland would not be affected. He was
given permission to string telephone
wires on the water department's poles
along the pipe line, v . .
AH' petitions for extensions were laid
ever nnttl the next meeting. Two hun
dred hydrants wsre ordered advertised
for. , ,
gteferied Stock Oanaed flood
Allen m Lewis Best Brand. .
attendance- upon . the Seventh annual
convention of the fifth district of the
woodmen or the World, held at Pen
dleton, chose Marion T. Davis of Union,
J. . It. Harper of The Dalles and A. J.
Gibson of Pendleton to represent the
district at the Seattle convention in
July, and Baker City was chosen as
the meeting place for next year.
There was a large attendance and
the convention waa a success In every
Pay your west side gas "bills before
Friday, 4 p. m. Poaltixely no discount i
ainr inai aajr.
known capitalists of the city. On ac-
count of the strike they found them
selves without men to load the steam
ship Tolosan, lying at the Centennial
Mill. - So. with Captain Jepson, First Of
fleer Adler, and Second Officer Berg,-of
the ship, they pitched In snd loaded her
themselves. Incidentally they broke all
records by placing aboard 1,28$ sacks Of
flour, weighing 184 tons. In an hour and
a half. It Is said that they worked for
the regular 40-eentan hour longshore
man's wage, v yr'i
MELVIN IS RELEASED
BY PRINEVILLE JUDGE
LINN TIMBER LANDS .
IN GREAT DEMAND
4. (ffpeelal Dispatch to Tbe Joemal.)
Albany, Or., May . Timber lands
In Linn county are In great demand and
sales are frequent The great timber
(SperU! DbDtteh to The Journal t
Prinevllle. Or- Mmr S Aff.r h.a !...
the testimony of a number of witnesses companies and lumbering concerns of
tne grand Jury returned a not true bill ' uur ir western
I The Store Noted for Best Goods at Lowest Prices.,
500 White Linen-Finish Parasols' on sale
Friday and Saturday at this special low
?rice. Regular $1.50 quality. 07ie
ake. advantage ........... e7IC
V 25c Wash Belts -.
50 dozen White Wash Belts, several very
pretty embroidered design", and a stand
ard 25c quality. SpeciaFIof Friday 10,
and Saturday ....leC
A' great Friday and Saturday special Chil
dren's Ribbed Worsted Sweaters, blue and
white and red and white mixtures.; A Q
Regular $1.0Q grade.. Special.;...,.
rn o n
In the case of H. X. Melvln, who killed
b. 1. Durance In self-defense last fall.
limner lands. yesterday there was
filed in the office of the county re-
An order was made by Judge Bradshaw c2rdr ".T1 ca,Un for th tnsfer
last nigh releasing Melvln.
of over 1,480 acres of timber lands
from private parties to Field-Carter A I
Co., the consideration being very near
io tne iiu.uou mark.
Oregon, according to the late reoorts
of the department of the Interior, ranks
second In the .amount of standing tlm-
oer wumn us Doundaries of all the
states of the union. :. Of this smount
Linn county possesses thousands of
acres ana this is being eagerly sought
after by the speculators and dealers.
Lands that a few yeara ago were eon-I
siaerea worthless are selllna- for imi I
heard of prices and the hlarheat nnlnt
iho marei aaa Dy no mean been
Women's Fine Cambric Skirts,
deep full flounce with dust ruffle.
Every skirt made regulation width
of good quality material. Twenty
seven different embroidery and
lace trimmed styles.
The Best Scouring Soap Made
' A Metal Polish
A Glass Cleaner
THEY'VE A NEW POUGH DIVIDER AT
fe : THE ROYAL BAKERY FOR MOULDING v
Table Queen Bread
he only one on the Pacific Coast Instead of
moulding bread by hand the comman way at the ' '
Royal Bakery it is weighed and divided into even :
'loaves by this clever machine, thus eliminating the
, necessity of contact with human hands. You Can '
-h . heartily relish bread made in this way. J,
. '.Ki v tw-,$-i'!
'- Table Queen Bread is the most nutritious, most
' J healthful, the purest and" best .
v All Grocers v
Look for the word "fioyal'5 Impressed on the bottom of each
! SALEM IS TAKING UP
CELEBRATION OF FOURTH
Special Dispatch to The Jonroal.1
Baiem, Or., May .The Balem Busl-i
ness Men's league has called for
meeting of the citizens ' to be held at
the . city, hall neat Friday for begin-
mna; arrangements ror a Fourth Of July
celebration worthy of tha eanltal icltrl
A-numuer oi committees will be ap-1
It is probable that the celebration
will be the only one held In tha countv
una mai it wm oe largely attended by
residents of Linn. Polk and Marlon
counties. The celebration last vear waa I
Mount Hood ' Brand. Softfront"
styles in all sizes and standard
$1.25 grade. Two to a cus
tomer. ' , '
Men's Pongee Silk Shirts, negligee
styles and regular '$3.00 d0 FA
grade.; Special .M,7btuU
I .. ii I dots, figures and e
I I signs, in blacks, br
r? i v tans. Only, a limit
f Hi W Va ber at this pecial p
S 5 The famous Black
Extraordinary value-giving in these two departments Fri
day and Saturday. Profit by these extremely low prices:
' fV t women s ic rancy nose, in poixa
j .. . r dots,, figures and embroidered, de-
browns, blues and
limited num- t C
price. Pr. .lJl
Cat Hosiery; for
men, women and . children. The
best-wearing hose oft the market
Warranted fast colors.: Friday and
Saturday; special, the : fO
pair ...... ................ .liiaC
ViirtTIfirfl fi-Ori.Pir-Ks4 .lsar1ssi
. . mmA.wn i " " w w ' v f vivas
wce car aa- y , . . . .
new patterns and all are regular 25c Qfuahtiei. For a
great two-day special we . place this entire lot on 1 c
sale at, each ........ 1 DC
less, knee length, lace trimmed, fine elastic ribbed and
oQr regular 5Uc quality, for a great Friday and fr?
Saturday special, each-...,. ................. ...... OdC
All sizes, including extra large. ;
16-Button ; Extrg-Quality . Silk
Gloves,, in colors tan, gray, reseda,
pink, blue, navy, champagne, pon
gee, garnet and ' brown. Double
tipped fingers and a standard $175
grade. All sizes to start .
16-Button Length French Lisle
Gloves, double-tipped fingers, and
in colors black, whiter tan, garnet,
gray, navy and green.
12-Button Length Silk Gloves, in
black, white and colors. M 1A
Special, pair ............ ,P 1 e 1 57
, (Continued from Page One.)
his associates. It waa to get light on
the nature of this evidence that tha
attorneys for the defense made applica
tion for a bill of particulars. The
granting of the bill Jay wholly within
the discretion of the court
Judge. Wood -la not a new man In
handling caaea In which the Western
Federation of Miners were Interested.
Several years ago he was the federal
prosecuting attorney who waa instru
mental in sending a half dozen man ti
the i penitentiary for participating
in iu wur a Aiene strika.
Apparently a fair-minded man tn
ordinary proiesaionai practice, It Is
well-known that hla friendliness, Yo
oraanisea laDor is aaaumed and not real.
His ruling yeaterday haa provoked re
newed criticism on the part of union
and Soclaliata of the community. '
Both Attorneya. Borah and Hawlev
have been engaged by the state on for
mer occasions to prosecute members of
the miners union for talcina- oart In
Strike troubles. ' The denial of the ap
plication removoa every oDStacie to- an
Immediate trlal...'.'''-?- - -,-, "-w . a. ,.
Late ie terday aftsraoon Chief ef
, FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. v
Women's and .Misses' Washable Jumper Suits, made of fancy
corded Chambray and neatly trimmed with small pearl buttons
and straps. $6.50 values. Come in several styles. Fri- AO
day and Saturday , .......'. ......? '0
Women's and Misses' Crearrt Mohair Skirts', extra quality mate
rial. Every skirt strictly' hand-tailored in the latest plaited styles
and standard $6.00 values. ; Special for Friday and Sat- t fJ
NOTE.- We have just received another large shiament of Black
Voile and Panama Skirts. A great range of styles and prices.
Great Corset Values
Thomson's Self-Reducing Corsets in a new
model for stout women. Made of best gride
French Coutille, lace and ribbon a g
trimmed.' Reg. $2.50. Special, ea. Jj) I e4D
Extra sizes in this model. .fl.75
Warner Self-Reducing Corset, with triple)
set of hose-supporters attached. Come in
drab and white, and in sizes 20 to an tft
30. Regular $3.50 grade; e3Ut
Summer, Corsets In French Empire Venti
lating Cable Net and Batiste. A great"
range of models to pick from, all 75c nt
and $1.00 values ...,.DUC
Best quality cambric, with 2.
rows Val. lace insertion, lace
edge and ribbon, 40c ap- '
grade. Each' ...tLl C
CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON STREETS, j
Mail Orders ;
Send your mail orders to us
and you are- sure of getting
what you pay fpr, Samples
sent on request -; ' '.y - v.