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JMEDlfQRD MAIL TRIHUNK, MRDU'OUl). OKKUOtf, TODAY. .lANlWRY MO. 1!)1
.1. Mooro of Aehland transacted
business In Medford and Jackson
vlllo tho mttlille of thu week.
Thoro has been n decided falling
of in tho transient travel tho last
week, tho iiollco reporting less re
quests for shelter than at any time
tu tho last six weeks. The "unem
ployed" army that passed through
Medford last Saturday Is receiving
Httlo publicity In California as thoro
la plenty of work repairing flood
If It is insurance or any descrip
tion wo write it. Why not have tho
bceU Holmes, Tho Insurance Man.
Attorney Canton was a professional
visitor in Jacksonville this morning.
"The Rosary" nppeareil at the
l'ago Theator last night to a small,
but appreciative audience. The stu
dents of St. Mary's academy attended
in a l)6dy. Tonight the Rasco Mus
ical company resumes its week's en
gagement. Tom Motfatt of Klamath Falls
spent n fow days tho first of tho week
in Medford attending to business
Ten day's sowing for 55.00. Keis-ti-r'a
Ladles' Tailoring College, rooms
C-7, St. Mark's block, corner Main
and Holly. 2"7
Roy Krvln of Hilt, Cal., Is spend
ing a fow days In tho city lsltlng
with friends and relatives.
Warm sunshine greeted tho Rogue
river valley about noon, after Indi
cation of foggy weather earlier in
tho day. Continued sunshine would
melt tho snow In the hills rapidly
causing flood waters. Tho snow
that covered Roxy Ann has disap
peared except tor patches on the
J. O. Qcrklng, tbo best all around
photographer In southern Oregon..
Alnys reliable. Negatives mado any
where, time or place Studio 228
Main SU Phono 320-J.
Local admirers of nud Anderson
nro hoping that ho will stop off for
n day's visit next week, en route
soutli to clash with Red Watson
Eastern papers still announce that
Ad Wolgast will come to "southern
Oregon next month to inspect his
ranch property near Medford." loo
Uaikdull declares It ho ever docs ho
will havo papers served on him In a
civil action growing out of bis finan
cial acrobatics last fall.
Rogue river valley grapo Juice on
salo at all tbo leading groceries and
In booth 5 at public market. 2GS
Tim Fiannagan of Murphy, a well
known prospector of that section is
spending a few days in Medford at
tending to business matters.
Tho next regular meeting of the
city council will bo held next Tues
day evening, and something definl'e
will be accomplished In the way or
Try our flour, Johnson's Rent,
11. 15; Blue Stem, $1.35; None Bet
ter. L. B. Drown, Russ Mill, Flour
Game Warden A. S. Hubbard of
Ashland was a business visitor in
County Commission Cop Leaver of
Central Point 1b in tho city today for
n fow hours on official business.
Lawyers Carktn and Taylor have
moved from Central avenue Into
threo larger front offices on Main
street over Hasklns and Boyden's
Tho Corvallls basketball team de
feated tho Medford high school at
tho Nat Thursday night by the one
sided scare of 3 to 12. Tho vUltors
wcro fast nud had excellent team
Mako Tumy write your fire Insur
W. AW Harmon, chief engineer of
tho Grants PasB-Crescent City rail
road, is in the city attending to busi
ness matters and visiting with
friends and relatives.
Men's wteaters all sizes, 4Dc, Will
Miss Irene Smith of this city vis
ited with friends at Ashland tho mid
dle of tho weok,
Kodak finishing, glossy or dull fin
ish at J. 0. Gerklng's studio, 228 E.
Main St. Phono a 20-.
Mrs. Rutlt Smith, who formerly
conducted tho MIstlctoo gioccry on
West Main street, returned yesterday
from a sovoral month's Unit in Cairo,
Nobraska and St. Louis, Mrs. Smith
is visiting nor Meter, Mrs, W. G.
Laldloy on West Eleventh street.
Mrs. J, A. WcHterluud left this nf
tornoou for a threo week's visit in
Tncoma and Portland.
Threo thousand smudgo pots,
slightly used, at Cc each, pitone
Horn to tho wife of C, H. Ariuprlest
on Thursday, January 20, i boy.
Fresh llmo. Medford Lbr. Co.
Thoro nro two Arthur Rosc'r living
In tho Roruo river valley, one nt
Phoenix and onon this city, both nro
farmers, and well known. Recenllr
tho stork brought a. twelve- pound
baby girl to the home of the Phoenix
Arthur Rose, tho same being pub
lished as news In tho dally papers.
However friends of the Medford Ar
thur Roso failed to read carefully,
and persist by word of mouth and
totophono to congratulate himself
and Mrs. Rose on tho acquisition to
their family. Medford Arthur Rose
desires it stated that Phoenix Arthur
Rose should receive all congratula
tions, not htm.
Work In the Fellowcrnft degree to
night. A. F. & A. M. My order of
Tho school at Muucom presided
over by Miss Irene Plotner was to
open the spring term next Monday,
but the seven Httlo Hunconiltes who
comprise tho enrollment, either have,
or have been exposed to tho measles,
so their will bo no school noxt Mon
day, by order of County Superintend
ent Percy Well. As boon as the
epidemic passes the school will be
E. D. Weston, commercial photos
raphcr, negatives made any tlmo or
placo by appointment. Phono M
The finishing touches nro belntc
put on tho Court Hnll garago bclnt;
erected by Charles Palm on South
Little boys overalls, 15c at Will
Another carload of flume pipe for
the Sterling mine trrlvcd Thursday,
and Is being transported to tho work
via Jacksonville. The mlno will bt
In full swing by tho middle of March.
Chester Chartcrson of Roseburg
was among Willamette valley visitors
In Medford this woek.
Try our flour, Johnson's Best,
SI. 15: Blue Stem, S1.35; None Bet
tor. L. B. Brown, Russ Mill, Flour
Gcorgo L. Swisher is from his
Applegate ranch for a fow days.
Men's sweaters all sizes, 49c, Will
Considerable chicken stealing Is
being reported to pollco and 'county
authorities from tho outlying dis
tricts, and has too much system and
regularity to bo the work of tramps.
Sugar Pine shakes. Medford Lbr.
John Turner of Talent was a busi
ness visitor In Medford this mornlnu.
Blue flannel shirts, the $1.50 and
12.00 kind, 74c, Will H. AVIIson.
A. B. Cornell of Grants Pass
transacted Insurance business In
Milk and cream at DoVoo's. '
King Patterson of Salem Is attend
ing to business matters In Medford
and Jacksonville this week.
Llttlo boys' overalls, 15c, at Will
II. L. King of Phoenix Is transact
ing business In Medford today.
C. A. Do A'oo, Medford agent for
tho Portland Oregonlan, 41S W.
Main. Phono 122-R.
Blue flannel shirts, the $1.50 and
$2.00 kind, 75c, Will II. Wilson.
Tho condition of Miss Annie
O'Brien, who AVednesday In a lapse
of memory waded Into Bear creek,
and was rescued was reported as Im
T OF STATE 10
USE OF LOCAL ROCK
The city councils of Jacksonville
nud Medford nro meeting this after
noon with Major MonII) of tho state
highway commission, Sniu Hill, the
(lood Roads eitfhUHlnst, nud the
tor sitld about mo I into I ought to
bo In tho White House tonight,"
Hpoakoi' Clark aborted at I ho annual
dinner last nlnltt at thu Merchant)
and .MuuufiH'lirim'rt inwiielutlon,
"If wo had that direct "primary
election law In I'.U'.', 1 would bo
thero" he added.
Referring to the Mouioo doctrine,
tho aponkor said It wan "a mm-iiIiik to
tlio nations of Nutopo lo keep their
hands off republics to the south of
us lest the) die " Ho predicted that
county court headed liv Jutliso Ton
Velio and W. O, l.covcr In tho city ""' wo'il co out of Its pnwont
LESS MEAT IF BACK
WOLGAST KNOCKS OUT
UNH0L2, TWO ROUNDS
FOND l)lr LAC, Wis., Jan. 30
Ad Wolgast, former llghtw eight
champion, tonight kuocked out Rudy
Unbolt, the Boer lightweight, In th-i
second round of u scheduled 10 round
maintain that Its product is second
to none, possesses admirable wearing
qualities and texture, and would to
the development of home Industry. A
number of Jacksonville cttlxeus are in
Holding that the state has tho
right to regulate traol upon Its high
ways, and collect fees from vehicles, nn, to dlscusa the advisability rlroulile u stronger nntl.Mi
mo same, as tor registering nee t, .islim stone minrried from tho Jnc.c
Judge T. M. Calkins of tho circuit 80nlllo quarry"Jtpon tho Pacific
piitirt thl lunriilni? Iinmtiut itnuii i! .,., ." . .. .
- - - HiiKunnj, aim nro epeeieu io ronou
uecisiun uecianug vauu too state auto , agreement thereon. The sup-
tax, contesieu ny tne jbcksou county ,orU, of tu, Jacksonville qunrr)
Automouiie rrotcctivo association
through the Henry E. Hoyden'caso,
released from Jail on habeas corpus
proceedings. A meeting will be hob'
to decide upon making an appeal '.r
the supremo court.
Tho court quotes numerous au
thorities for his decision, Including
findings In suits ngnlnst the validly
of the tax on blccles that also were
assessed as personal property, which
was the chief contention of the nuts
ists, holding thnt the license mado
"doublo tnxatlon." This contention
the court holds Is counteracted by tho
necessity of maintenance of public
necessities by tnxatlon.
(Continued from pas !)
WILSON'S MEXICAN POLICY
ATTACKED; BRYAN FLAYED
iMTTSIH'UO, Jan 30 -Describing
the Mexican policy of the Wilson ad
ministration as tne worK of "nmn
tours, theorists, and dreamers, ncttng
on Impulse when not on projudlco",
Representative Mondell of Wyoming
arraigned Secretary Ho an In an ad
dress today before the Voting Men's
"The policy toward Huerta tempor
arily pursued by the Taft administra
tion to emphasize our abhorauce and
disapproval of tho methods by which
that government was established
said Mondell, "was allowed to drift
Into a state of aimless vacillation
while tho present seeretnry of state
travels on lucrnthe lecture tours
Take a gltus of Salts to flush Kidneys
if Bladder bothers you Drink
lots of water.
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Weeks & McGowan Co.
Day Phono 227
Night V. W. Weeks 103-J2
PhwiM A, E. Orr 878-M
SHERMAN ACT TO STRIP
SMELTER TRUST OF POWER
WASHINGTON, Jan. 30. After
months of quiet Investigation tbo de
partment of Justice concluded It has
sufficient grouuds for suit to dissolve
under tho Sherman act tho American
Smelting and Refining company, the
Bocalled smelter trust. It Is Improb
able the suit will bo filed immediate
ly but It is understood preparations
have gone so far that a bill In equity
Is being drawn. The American
Smelting and Refining company and
American Smelters Securities com
pany which it controls, havo a com-
blncd authorized capital of nearly
$150,000,000. Daniel Guggenheim Is
president, of the refining company.
Tho companies control many mines
and smelters iu the United States aud
MOYER'S ATTACK ROILS
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 2&. Samuel
Gompers, president of tho Amorlcau
Fedora don of Labor, defended th
organization and Its executive council
today before tho t'tiited Mine Work
ers convention tgnlist charges made
by President Moyer, of the Western
Federation of Miners, Duncan M:
Donnld and others-.
Moyer charged that if tho Michigan
coppor strike- lost the inactivity of tho
American Federation executlvo board
kould bo responsible.
Gompers asserted It would bo Ini
ppsslblo to levy an assessment for the
coppor stiikers aud denied that o,--gaulatlon
Is "reactionary, fossilized,
worm eaten and dead" and that tho
executlvo council Is composed of
heeled over nt onco nud began taking
In water In cataracts.
All Artiuvcil From Slumber
With hysterical screams, prayers,
curses and cries for aid tho night
clad imsscngera en mo rushing on
deck. Many had been hurled from
their berths and painfully hurt. Some
were cut by splinters. All had bean
aroused from slumber, without a sec
ond's warning, to faco death in the
Of those who died the majority
probably did not even havo time to
get out of their staterooms, so
qulckb' did tho ship go down.
With tho collision tho boat drill
signal had sounded. The crow
worked like madmen but they got
only ono boat overside before the
ship's hull rolled over and down she
went. As she disappeared beneath
tho surfaco there sounded first a
fierce hissing nnd then her boilers
blew up with a muffled roar.
ItCHCiiu Work lleguii
In the vortex tho surviving passen
gers and sailors were loft struggling
for their lives. Some had seized life
belts and these, In most instnnco,
were tho ones who were saved. More
than half of them were unconscious
when they were dragged Into the Nna
Scarcely waiting to dotormlnc
whether or not his own ship would
go down tinder his feet, Captain
Berry had launched every craft he
had on board directly after his ves
sel had swung clear of tho Monroe.
For two hours tho Nantucket cruised
about the spot looking for survivors.
At first they were kept busy pull
ing tho wretched men nnd women
from tho water. Then the rescues
grow less frequent. Finally they
becamo convinced that no juoro nt
the Monroe's company remained
above water nnd tho search was re
Captain Johnson was ono of those
Tho Nantucket reached hero at
2:20 p. m.
Thoso on board tho ship had fitted
tho survivors from tho Monroe out
with sonio odds and ends of clothes
but It was still a nondescript com
pany which finully staggered or were
carried ashore. None but person
having business there wero allowed
on tho dock.
Tho accident occurred In tho Gulf
Stream, whore tho water Is warmer
than clsowhero In tho Atlantic "n
winter. Otliorwlbo many more must
have perished from (he cold.
"Tho only feature of our present
attitude toward Moxlco that appear kidneys and urinary orgnnn clean, thus
rating meal regularly eventually pro
duce kidney trouble in homo form or
other, i.ivs a well-known authority. ba-
cause the urio acid In incut rutin the
n,Mm-K, urp lAcwmi llMTWOfMHIl gvl
KiiiKKiaui ciog up nun canto all sort ul
distress, particularly backnche nnd mis
ery in tho kidney rritlmw rlwumatla twin
ges, wrrro neauscliM, ncld stomnrh, cm- i
stlpation, torpid llvor, ilcopluincM, '
bladder and urinary Irritation. I
Tho moment jour back hurts or kid
neys aren't acting right, or If bladder
Iwlhers )ou, get alxMit four ounce of
Jd PalU front any good pharmacy
take a table(onful in a cIsm of water
More breakfast for a fow ila) and your
kidneys will then net tine. 'Ihli fanOiM
salts la made from tho acid of urui '
nnd lemon Juice, combined with llthla.
and has been used for generations to
flush clnirgal kldncjs and stlmiilato tliain
to normal activity) also toneutrallta the
acids in the urine so it no longer Irri
tates, thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts cannot injuro nnyont)
make a dcllchtful rffarvesfrnl llthli.
water drink which million of men and
women tako now and then to keep tho
Ones Ills Ufe to
This Luiiji Remedy
If )im iii'slo'l a minium! ismuh or
ruM )im mi' In iiiIikIioiI iMHiaT nf (M'Hr
viH in Unit Ki-tloim l.uuil lituMi'. Tlio
iinlall or Aidl wlili'li iici iml Jli'l'l In ur
illiiiirr irititiui'iil fluiiihl I"' a wiiiiiluit la
leu Hint I'N'vi'iitoo liiertumv hIuhiM h
lllkrll II MIKII ll Mll'll' hi ninny
ctiM- KiKmi.iIi .Mnnilhi', n ri'timl.t '"r
'limit! mill I mm IVillt'. Ikik hrnuclit
I'triiiuiii'iil n-'iiwrs lliinl lliln
I'lltlh'tllK M It It-1 AMI'I IMiIM'i
gin'iiM iXimi. I. I , N. V
"Dilltlcini'li In tln )iir l"iH will
tfikrii unit H Iipmv isitil mill H innlr
piuiit eniiitli I iMiit tu if writ I iltHiuni,
lti javo iff ll f innlJrlHS. nimllji
I wnl In a eiliillt, wim mte nit- 'iv
Kilf thu l tiiiiili' tut' "Irk, of nil kliHls nt
tf. mii-t-tim'iilly I fultfl In tirMltti I
(lien ni in il I'nlnlilll, itml tiiini
lt iifl t'i'tii'r Inn lltf iHtimli xilll Ut nil.
I oINjitl tlieir fur tnif )imr, ntnl tlicn
wrnl i a Inriii neni lir-cj' iMl. it ter
H'H iitctM A'ltui Hi" 1 1 ittf ttf in v rvlitrn,
no iNi'tlii-r ieimiiiiiiilii( l..l.iitiiit Alltr-silrt-
i" tin V'iy lilnlil; li U Mitw
ln.lll Iimi miiih ultim )f tikik II I
nut ii" t.t'll i ml I ilirv llmt I
tuttiiil lni,t" i" u ImrlKil Iiihic nt.'" It U
tin. I I'.n r.tr IMsiiimii Ml.Titllti' '
I Aid' .'Mil Jnslil'll J. IIIIM.1 lll-.lt.
i.tl.i'. mi.in il.ilMlt nmff mi iiint'-t I
I kiit.tit i Vli. riifhi' lt Ih'imi i h n fit iiy
initio t (tin
fin - ii li-
t,.M in. In tti'i if
I'.lltl I 14 1.1 II Hi., ll L IHlU. ! ,11 llllllll
tiirutlitk' .tin. -V fm I- Uli I I. illiwt
if iiiitirn- i"l ttril'- I'lkitiin
tU ml. nt I'hlliili lll H I'h f'r ll
tUitii- t tie sain lit nil I'mlliK tlrtiiinlnK
i' l.-l In l inol ilMiitfli'ii-
Hi ..i mill I mill t -Ti-i I Ii.ii i.
filliif I In' nit in
In llio new iiiinto lor our
t'oiilVcUoiHM'y nnd cigjii'
Hlorc, iMinicr Mnin nnd
.Stivornl unpropHnlo iiiiiiich
wcro ,suuK!s'i!,i ,,J ,U! ,S('"
ItM'Icd luMiijr noil) Hi by iSI r.
Muudti Woods, who n-cuived
I lu pi't'Xo of it ht)K of candy.
WEST 6 WHITEMAN
MONEY TO LOAN
On Farm Lands. No Delay
:5t() K. Main St.
to have any clement of fixity Is in thu
fatuous and fantastic theory that wo
shall decline official relations with
any government which tho peoplo on
this hemisphere may establish unless
composed of persons Inaugurated ti i
der conditions compatible with our
CLARK TELLS WHITE HOUSE
FEAST PLACE HE SHOULD HAVE
UAI.TIMOKK, Jan. 00 "I never
have been sufficiently hypocritical to
pretend 1 don't like pralnu for deedi
A HAPPY CHILD IS
JUST A FEW
When Cm, Count lNitcI or If I'ev
erioli (Hie "California. Sjmp of
FIks" Then Don't Worry
Mothers can rest easy after giving
California S)rup of fc'lBS." because
in a few hours all tho clogged-up
waste, sour bllo and fcrniontlnR food
gently moves out of tho bowels, and
you have n well, playful child again
Children simply will not tako tho
time from play to empty their bowels,
and they become tightly packed, liver
Rets uluKlsh and stomach disordered.
When cross, feverish, restless, see
if tongue Is coated, then give this de
licious fruit laxntlvo." Children
love It, nnd It cannot causo Injury.
So dlfercnru what nils your little oni
If full of cold, or a soro throa',
diarrhoea, stomauh-ache, bad breath,
remember, a gcntlo "Inside cleans
Inu" should alwag bo tho first treat
ment given. Full directions for bab
ies, children of all ages and grown
ups are printed on ench bottle,
Uowaro of counterfeit fig syrups
Ask your druglst for a 50-cent bottle
of "California Krup of Figs," thon
look carefully ami see thnt It is mudo
by the "California Fig Syrup Com
pany." We make no smaller size.
Hand back with contempt uny other
avoiding serious kidney dUeoae.
w' MOTOR CARS
110H.S1..0, roil nam:
c -vBrf . WW St '-
. :.-iirfAat Vlsifcjj'jh. .tf I Iii
ARE THE BEST FOR THE MONEY
,X?4iVjX:ty4'w i' jXjX;vi ii y i w mn i ij itt i c mtifi-i-ni-Ki-i-i-i-inji-t
You Will Regret It!
If You Don't Attrtiiil
Ono span at mules, ago 0 and
T years, weight 2500. One span,
mnro and horso, ago 7 atui S years
weight 2.110. Ono good alt around
horso, S years old. I-nrgo team,
weight 3000. Ono well broke saddle
horsu. One gontlo Indlos' driving
maro. Ono good ranch team. Can
bo scon nt
I). S. LltlV .TJ X. KUerMTTr
Good Time Now
For Blood Health
Energies Arc More Keen
and Respond Quickly
(. iTiTT(Vr.YyiT(TW,-iXr i fA'V !! & I??'; i ififi' XtTli fJ'i X'l ' fl t tfM I i '
If ron are ilnwn with rlieureatUm: If
ninrij, .ire rnnKrii wmi
roil mvnr icti
nlnrrli. Iiu ii
Oregon Generally i'nir toniglit
nnd Saturiluy, except rain tonight or
.Saturday iiortliweHt portion; houtii
TOO IiATJ: TO CjAHSIFI'.
FOft 8 A LK-Th r t eon'h u n d rod po u ml
horso or will xciuni;o for u heav
ier horso. W. .1. Hartzell, phono
FOIl SALK Fresh
FOIt 8AM: 15 S. C. Ilrown Leghorn
cockcrelH for breeding, $1.00 each.
Jas. W. Dunlop, phono 812-11. arj
FOIt BAM-: Fresh cows, ;t Jersey
a n i j two Ilolstclus, 'i Durhnm, one
Hwlss. Phono 1R2-Y or 251-X. C.
V. Hoover 2 OS
i . I
Selling for Cash
J0 jlio. Ormiiilal.'d Kiigur .rl 00
Oil, per gallon .18c
Oil, ,r gullojiH ... -H.V:
Juici-aroiii, I lb. fr. . 'Jjo
Knglihli Wnliiui-, lb 18
Cocoa, -), can. . ..'-'(lo
(Jooil Coffee, Hi. ...u. L'Oo
fiOc Tea, net- lb. .,,,, ,- -- lion
10 Iiiiiv Liiumlrv Sojip ... . 'Joe
I.ii I c I.emoiik, (di'i,.. . . . L'flc
SiiIiiioii, very lie!, cij.ii ....... .-I'Oo
Ketv iSet'ils, II pk s.. ,. . ..10(i
Corn MnkcK, ,. . !.. . . 7o
I'oik mill lieiiiio, :i ciiiio 2.r)c
Iliilli-r, a IIih. ciciiniery (10c
iimuli. iir yuur kln
lilinpli'il ami Irr In' il Willi ranli. rizeinu,
or Bar (itlit-r IiIimkI illfmnlt-r Juat riiunin-U-r
Hist all lli Ilia lit life runic (ruin Im
pure IiIimkI Ami j mi iiu rnnllr Rive yuur
IiIwmI a K'i'hI tli'iruiijth ilraiufiiK, a Imili
ljr inline H H. H 'ilieni l nu m-i-il fr
rnyune l Imi ili-iiiiiiiliiit over t tin lllni'il
if IiIidh) Inipiirltlr. No m.'illrr li'uv Uidly
iiirr atiaric iih ajraieia, or iiwr iiiniuuuy
I'Viimiva I lie kln, lint r'tiifiulitT Diet" l
une Iniiriillnit In fi. H H, Ihal an ullimi
lair Hi cellular lluura tliruiubout I tin
Miilr Dial lurh pcirt M-lit-la III unu
ai-nllal niitrlinrnl from t lie I.IimjJ.
'IIiId mi hii tliut all ilfrnjr, all drrak
Ins ('own of llii' llmiira, Ik rlii-i Leil anil
rrpifr work lin. H. H. K. lina auiti a
miicllle JnlliM-iit on nil Inrnl cell n t
pri '-rvc Ihrlr mutual welfurn nnd anunl
a proper rHatlva aait4iir ( fmli iitiicr
I'nr mnnv jiara pfoplo r-lli-t upon Mr
rur. Inillito of I'liiaati, Araonlr. "I'lijralra,"
Calhaltlra nnd "lni" ni rrmiillra fur
dlnoil lfknfi. hut now tlin piirn c-lntila
H. H. H, la llirr aafcitnaril.
Ynu ran col H 8 H In nnr ilnnt a I ore,
Iml Inalat npnn liarlne It Ami jrnii ah'iili)
lake no rlinnre lv pi-rmlttlnit nnrono in
ri-cnmnicnil n aulialliulc. Anil If jour
liloml romllllnn la aurli that you would
like In cnnault n HiiTlnllit freely, inilrn
Meillra! IK pi. 'Ilio Hwlfe Hpcilllc Co,, UtU
Hwlft llldi:.. Atlanta, Da.
i wMfimV mil L
wsltwe a,gc?&ct cfocfct
otzee Jfte veJjr.
1 I sZx f
ma ' i r ii
This community is favored by having sciontific phys
icians who know how to diagnose thoir casos. WE KNOW
HOW to fill their prescriptions, and wo uso only puro,
We always havo everything for tho sick and tho sick
room antiseptic cotton and bandages, disinfectants,
syringos, rubbor hot wator bags, ico bags,
Send to us for your medicines. Wo nover substitute,
Tho QOzJUL Store
WEST SIDE PHARMACY
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