Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, May 23, 1914, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    THB DAtLT CAPITAL JOTJRWAI SiVF.M, ORBOOV. SATURDAY, MAT 23, 1914.
PAGE FIVE
I1J50
BED SPREADS
$1.00
ONLT
5 YDS. WIDS
TANCT RIBBON
11.00
8ATTJRDAT
ONLY
ALL
SATURDAY
$1.25 BILKS
ONLY
$1.00 YARD
ALL $1.25
DRESS GOODS
WOOLEN -COTTON
rl.00 YARD
SATURDAY ONLY
TOUR
' 55-CENT
turkish towels
foe $1.00
saturday only
S FAIR
60C HOSE
SATURDAY
ONLY
TOR $1.00
Saturday
Will Be
$1 DAY
WE CAN ONLY MENTION A FEW OF THE
BIO OFFERINGS IN THIS AD. FROM 20 TO.
40 SPECIALS. A BIG SAVING FOR EVERY
BODY. SATURDAY ONLY.
5 25c TIES
$1.25 sew riM lo&f-alMvs.
TOR MEN
Golf Shirts kifk-Mck Glugbun
FOR $1.00 FUlm colon, Aprons
SATURDAY stripes, etc, Ut chudrsn,
ONLY 11.00 Saturday only $1.00 Satixday only
11.60 WASH SUITS . $1.25 fi.ojj
FOR BOYS Drew Glows, ' tw
$1.00 H-00 Middles,
SATURDAY Saturday $1.00
ONLY only Satmrday saly
$1.25 HANSEN'S $1.25 nd $1.50 , $1.25
G'NTLET GLOVES Maa' nd Bor' ; .' BU Hoss
FOR MEN $1.00 relt 'or women'
- 91.00 ' $1.00.
SATURDAY '
Saturday only au coi0r.
ONLY
. 250 IRONCLAD Fire 25-cent $1.50 54-lBcn
SOX ALL COLORS
Handkerchiefs, Embroidery
5 PAIR FOR $1.00
- $1-00 Flouncing,
SATURDAY Saturday only $1.00
ONLY
$1.36 MUSLIN NIGHT GOWNS,
$1.00
$1.50 KNIT UNION BUTTS,
VERY FINE,
$1.00
SATURDAY ONLY
! V
$1.25
Boys' Knickerbockers,
Saturday, $1.00 '
Six 25-cent
Tooth Brushes
Saturday omy ror $1.00
M
The Markets
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS.
Hay, timothy ..t.:......15.00
Clover, per ton $1011
Oats and vetch 413-50
Wheat, pervbssael ..-V --e0e
Brao, per ton 427.00
Shorts, per ton......-.i-.-,w.-.$29.00
Oats, per bushel .... 32e
Chittim bark, por lb. ...45c
Cheat, per ton 13.00
Potatoes, per cwt 4050e
Onions, sack ,.$3.25
Butter and Eggs.
Butterfat, per lb., f.o.b; Salem 23c
Creamery butter, per lb. . 25e
Eggs .:. lc
Poultry.
Hens, per lb 12c
Boosters, per lb 8c
Steers.
Steers 78c
Cows, per cwt 56c
Hogs, fat, per lb 78c
Stock hogs, per lb CfefffiTc
Ewes, per lb 5c
Spring lambs, per lb - 6c
Veal, according to quality ....ll12c
Pelts.
Dry, per lb 8c
Salted country pelts, each 65c$l
Lamb pelts, each 25c
delta stock , whites 40c60c; sweets
$2.25; per pound, new potatoes le
2Vje; garnets 2jc.
Onions per etl., Oregon $44.25;
new reds $2.50(5. $3; per crate; Bermuda
$S$2"0;" AustrtUialn $4.K25; per
box new. crop onions 40c(5'60c.
Butter, extras 25c; prime firsts
23c; firsts 23c. . .
Eggs, extras 22c; firsts 21c;
select pullets 20c.
Cheese, Oregon twins 16c; triplets
15c; Young America 16c; new Cali
fornia flats 12c(al3c; Young Amer
ica' 15c16c; eaastern 18c(&20e.
Oranges, per box, new navels $1
$1.50; tangerines 75c$1.25; valencias
fancy $2(.$3.
PORTLAND MARKETS.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
San Francisco; May 23. Barley per
ctl. feed 95c(fl$1.00.
Potatoes per ctl, Oregon Burbanks
74e(S)$l; Washington stock 60c(a70c;
Pprtland, Or., May 23. Wheat Club
86(a)87c; bluestem, 90c.
Oats No. one, white feed, $22; gray,
$21.50.
Barley Brewing, $21; feed, $20.
Hogs Beat live, $S.25; prime steers,
$7.75; fancy cows, $6.75; best valves,
$9.
Spring lambs, $66.60; yearling
lambs, $5.
Butter City creamery, 2714c.
Eggs Selected candled, local, extras,
22c.
Hons, 16Vc; broilers, 27c; geese, 12c.
Wool 1914 clip Willamette vallcv,
171420c; eastern Oregon, 12c&19s.
Hops Choice, 14(3)15c.
DOCTORS FIGHTING TO
SAVE CHILD'S LIFE
Mother Gives Babies toison So They
Would Not Grow Up to Lives of
. Toll.
BISHOP'S
Ready Tailored Clothes
CLOVER MP IS A MINI
PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT FOR AN
EXCEPTIONALLY HEAVY YIELD
GOOD SEED IN DEMAND.
are thoroughbred-high-class
porks of art as
far as style, fit and
quality are concerned.
And popular priced,
too, from $15 to $30.
SALEM
WOOLEN MILLS
STORE
Bathing Suits, $1, $1.50 and $2.50
Tin .
i Tf n in i -- l '
Canilcbl Hart JchiSui & Hn
II
Los Angeles, Cal., May 23. Doctors
are- waging a desperate fight today to
save four-year-old Margaret Brown and
her baby sister, Dorothy, ten months
old, whoso mother, Mrs? H. H. Brown,
poisoned them because she feared they
would gTow up to a life of toil such
as she has lived. The babies each had
a fighting chance for life today.
At the county jail, where Mrs.
Brown was brought from her ranch
home in the Antelope motley, the wo
man confessed, according to the offi
cers, that she mixed rat poison with
cocoa she prepared for Margaret's
breakfast. After the little girl had
drunk her cup, the baby was given its
share in a nursing bottle. The rat poi
son meu, me woman said, occurred to
her when Bhe witnessed the easy death
of a puppy which had taken a solution
prepared for rats.
"After I gave the babies their poi
son," the officers say Mrs. Brown ex
plained, "I mixed some for myself and
sat down with the children in my arms
to await the end. After thev hud died.
I intonded to drink it and follow them,
uij iiuauunu tuiiie uomo ana toon
them away to the doetor."
Brown said that he found his wife
holding the children and crooning soft
ly. Both the littlo ores were uncon
scious. He said thnt Mrs. Brown had
acted queerly for several months. He
believes she was temporarily deranged.
The woman told the officers that Bhe
toiled early and lato on her husband's
ranch, and could stand it no longer
when he brought his sister and her six
children to the ranch yesterday for a
long visit.
$0,000 PRICE OP FINGER.
Seattle, Wash., May 23. Six thou
sand dollars was the price of a wo
man's little finger named in a judg
ment awarded by Superior Judge A. W.
Frater today in a damage suit of -L.
L. Valentine, a Chicago furniture deal
er, and his wife, Anna, against the
Northern Pacific railroad company.
The case was settled by stipulation a'f-
i-oi ijiice years migauon.
Mrs. Valentine's littln fin, ..
crushed in a Pullman car door on o
trip from Portland to Seattle in April.
I . - i
"u umpuiauon was caused.
STARTS HUNGER STRIKE.
Seattle. Wash.. TLfnv on ..
state's attornevs are hnlHino him ;n
jail as a witness against two mon ac-
cubcu oi roDDing mm of $235, A. L.
Rcotz, a mill worker, has started a
"hunger strike."
BeetZ has not Pfttpn ainjta T-Mn i
- ' ' nuajr ailU
declares that he will starve himself if
no is not nuowed bis liberty. He says
he will show up as a witness if he is
let out of jail.
SEATTLE MARKETS.
Seattle, May 23. Prices offered by
wholesale dpalera tn rml.ns,.. v
fresh ranch 24caz5c; orientals 18c.
iuuer, country creamery cubes 26c;
bricks 27e: eitv ott.nmt.rv .uk.. oft.
bricks 2ic; Oregon bricks 26c; Oregon
Limburcer 19c-. Wivnni'.n 1 io.
8wis 2Ve; Oregon 15ral6cj Washing-
lun x DC.
Onions, green 25s per dor.; Austral
ian 5c(fi.6c per pound.
Potatoes, local $15(3 $16 per ton;
eastern Washington $20(a$25; Cali
fornia new 2 3-4eCa34e per pound.
Alii
11
.
a r. u.
J. H. Irvine, paston of Jason Lee
Memorial church, will address the Gos
pel temperance, meeting Sunday at 4;3t
p. au, at Kamp Mesiorial hall, corner
Coaineri'ial and Ferry streets. A wel
come to all. -
Evangelical.
The Evanselical Association. Chem-
Veta street church, corner Seventeenth
and Chcmeketa stret-ts, E. G. Horns
chueii, pastor; residence 26S Norta
Seventeenth street. Bunday service ai
11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Bishop Wm.
Horn, D. D-, of Cleveland, Ohio, will
preach In the evening. Sunday srhoot
at 10 a. m.; young nooplo a meeting at
6:45 p. m. We extend a hearty wel
come to all visitors
Unitarian Church.
Corner of Chcmeketa and Cottage
streets, Richard F. Tischer, minister.
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Sunday ser
vice, 11 a. m., subie-'t, "From the Old
to the Now," music by Miss Ada Mii-
lor; (no evening service). All friends
or iiDerai religion and of progressive
thought are cordially Invited to our
services. The Woman s Alliance wilt
meet with Mrs. John Pollock of Luther
street, Friday, at 2:30 o'clock. The
Unitarian Boys' duo meets Monday.
The Unitarian Girls' club meets Thursday.
Central Congregational Church.
Ferry and South Nineteenth strecis.
Graded-Bible lesson", 10 a. 'in.; public
worship, "The Ascension of Christ,
at 11 a. in.; Christian F.ndcavoi, 7 p.
m., subject, "A Newspaper Meeting'";
Song Service, 7:43 p. m.; Memorial
Service, 8 p. m., subject, "Tho Amer
ican Soldier and World Unity,
Our Sabbath school begins promptly at gamea, Seattle 1 game;
iv . m., i.bm Hum, siii.ricirniicni. i games, icioria l game.
i rrai-Bing at ii. in. - ami o p. m
Christian Endeavor at :45 p. m
Prayer meeting at 8 p. m. Thursday.
Spokane 3
Clubs Standings.
Pacific Coast League Standings.
f. L. F.C.
Venice 30 1i fll2
Kan Frtacisco 29 21 .56
l.os Angeles S5 24 .510
Sacramentod T3 26 .458
rortlan 19 24 .442
Oakland 18 29 J83
Yesterday's Results.
At Oakland Portland-Oakland game
postponed; rain.
At Los Angeles fan rrancisco, z;
Los Angeles, 0.
At 8aramento Venlee, 7; Sacra
mento, 1. d
Northwestern League Stagings.
W. L. P.C.
Vancouver 26 10 .722
8eattl 23 16 .500
Spokane 21 16 .5X8
Tacoma 17 22 .436
Portland 16 22 .421
Victoria 10 27 .270
Yesterday's Results.
At Portland Tacoma, 4; Portland, 2.
At Vancouver Seattle, 4; Vancou
ver, 2 (10 innings).
At Victoria Spokane, 6; Victoria, 0.
National League.
W.
Pittsburg ;.. 19
Now York 15
Cincinnati 18
St. Louis 16
Brooklvn 12
Philadelphia 11
Chicago r3
Boston 6
American League.
W.
Detroit 21
Washington 17
Philadelphia 1.1
ft. l.oui 15
New York 13
Boston 13
Chioago ' 14
Clovoinnd 9
I..
11
12
11
15
14
14
19
21
H. O. Vhite,'Tf firm of D. A. Whito
& Sons, haa just returned from a trip
inspecting the r()ps,of Polk' and Yam
hill counties, covering the country from
McMinnville to bheridan and the Inde
pendence and Dallas districts. He re
ports the crops the finest he ever saw,
and he has been ovor this part of the
valley many times. All grain is in tirst
class shape, and under proper weather
conditions will make the largest crop
in recent years.
Mr. White, who is an authority on
the growing of clover, was especially
interested in the clover crop and re
ports that it came through tho winter
in first-class shape and stands very
heavy.
"Farmers were busy clipping it back
for a seed crop, and the valley promises
the largest clover seed crop in its his
tory," said he. .
"With a fair price, this crop should
bring in at least two million dolurs this
season, besides the greut benefit to tho
land from growing clover, as it always
means extra largo crops of grain tno
following year.
"The farmers of this part of tho val
ley are taking great care to produce
fancy seed, and many go over their
fields and pull out tho weeds by hand
in order to insure their seed being
clean.
"Oregon clover seed has tho reputa
tion of being the highest grade seed
grown in the United States, and tho
farmers are doing their beat to keep up
the reputation by producing tho fanci
est seed possible.
"One farmer stated that he had over
1,000 bushels of seed last season, and
that it brought him about $10 per bu
shel, and he is certainly a great friend
of clover as a paying crop.
"While many held their seed and did
not obtain such' a gowl price, there has
been a good demand for all the seed,
and those who still havo it on hand
have had numerous chances to move it
at good prices that would have paid
thorn large profits if they had sold at
tho right time, rather than speculate
on their crop.
"Clover is bound to be a paying crop
here, and if the farmers will select
their seed and only sow tne very best,
they will find it very jirofituble to
grow, ur course, those that persist in
seeding with the screenings will have
hard work in soiling their seed, as in
these days of pure seed laws, only the
good seed is in demand."
Lutheran Church.
East Stato and Kightoenth streets,
Goorgo Koehler, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:30; divine service at 10:30; I.ut.ier
league nt 7 p. ni.; evening service con
ducted in the Fnglish langunge at 7:43
p. m. Strangers aro welcome.
First Mothodlst Episcopal.
State and Church streets, Kichnrd
N. Avison, minister. Sabbath school,
9:45 a. m., Mr. II. C. Tillman, superin
tendent; morning service, 11a. m., sub
ject, "The Law of One's Life Work."
Sermon before the graduating class or
the college of law, Willainetto univer
sity, ('lass mcotings, 12:30 p. ni.; Kev.
.1. C. Spencer will speak at tho Old
People's Home at 8 p. m.; tho Kpworth
League will study "Christianity's
Greatest Kival-Mohnmmedanisin " at
6:30 p. m.; Missionary program at 7:3u
p. m.
P.C.
.704
.625
.581
.485
.4S0
.410
.419
.250
r.c.
.656
.586
.577
.500
.481
.4X1
.421
.300
Christian Science.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, 410
Federal League.
W.
Pnltimoro 18
St. Louis 15
Uhicago 15
Indinnnpolis 12
Buffalo is
Brooklyn 11
Knnsns City 14
Pittsburg 10
Chemekcta street. Service Sunday at ilu.rray
II a m an. I n, U r. n. n.h n.t .!'"""
Bible lesson, "Soul and Body"; Sun
day school at 9:45 a. m.; Wednesday
evening testimonial meeting nt If
o'clock. Beading room in tho church
open ever afternoon from 2 until 5
o'clock, except Sundays and holidays.
All are cordially invited to our services.
American Association.
W.
Louisville 20
Milwaukee , g
Indinnnpolis 17
Clevland 13
Minneapolis 1,1
Columbns 14
Kansas City Ifl
St. Paul 13
Union Association.
W
15
13
11
Salt Lake 11
Butte 8
Helena H
Ogden
L.
7
13
15
13
13
12
17
17
L.
13
12
13
17
15
17
21
18
I..
7
9
10
10
13
15
r.c
.720
.536
.500
.480
.480
.478
.453
.370
r.c.
.600
.000
.5H7
.469
.464
.453
.432
.419
P.C.
.682
.591
.524
.524
.382
.285
Where the Teams Play Today.
Pacific Coast league Portland Ben
vers at Oakland, San Francisco Seals
at Lost Angeles, Venice Tigers at Sac
ramento. Northwestern lesgns Portland
Colts an Tacoma Tigers at Portland,
npoaane j nomas at Vleforla, Seattle
Giants at Vancouver.
Portland Batting Averages,
rati fie Coast AR H P n
Kyaa
Brown
Hanson
I.obrr
Fisher . . .
Vfartinoni
Reiger ...
Rogers
Krause
Uoana ,
Spear .
Davia
Higg .
Yanti
Northwestern
Pcet
McKuno
Guigni .,
Hniisman
Williams
160 59 .3i',!)
12 4 .333
. 3 1 .3X1
147 46 .31.1
129 39 ..lug
00 29 .290..
14 4 .286
7 9 .285
147 40 .272
160 44 .275
19 17 .2W1
21 5 .238
35 8 .229
151 34 .225
60 12 .2(10
25 5 .200
106 21 .198
, 38 H .158
. 38 .158
2 0 .000
AB. H. AV.
5 2 .400
5 2 .400
52 15 .289
150 40 .207
toft 3 .2i.r
128 33 .25
117 30 .257
16 4 .250
12 3 .250.
. 66 15 .227
, 80 18 .225
. 125 27 .216
102 18 .176
20 3 .150
9 1 .111
13 1 .077
First Christian Church.
Corner High and Center streets, F. 1
Porter, minister. Bible school, 9:15 a.
m., Dr. 11. C. Kpley, director; worship
and sermon, II a. m., subject, "Broth
erly Love"; Memoiinl sermon by Dr.
Cline. at Armory at 3 p. m.; Chiistinn
Endeavor, 7 p. m., Mrs. Bo.vingtnn, lead
er; evening sermon 8 o'clock, subject,
"Our Country."
YeBteray's Results.
Amoricnn Association i nianapolis,
4; Minneapolis, 2; Kansas City, 11;
Louisville, 2; Columbus, 8; Milwaukee.
3; St. Fnul-Clcvelana game postponed
on account of rain.
W'estorn league Denver, 1; Dos
Moines, 0; Lincoln, 8; Kt. Joseph, 1;
Omahn, 7; Topcka, 3; Sioux City, .19;
Wichita, 9.
Union association Ogden, 5; Salt
Luke, 1; Boise, 4; Helena, 2; Marray,
4, Butte, 3.
How the Series Stand.
Tacific Const league Portland 3
games, Oakland no sarr.c; Venico 3
games, Sacramento 1 game; San Fran-
St. John'lt T!v9.fliTAllr!i1 T.nflinrfin fnni.li
Sixteenth and. A streets, II. V. Gross, j cis 3 K,l'ncs, Los Angeles 1 game.
pastor. Instead of regular service
there will be tho confirmation of tlilti
year's Carman Catechism class. 8ei
vices begin nt 10 a. ni.
Northwestern league Portland 3
games, Tacoma 2 games; Vancouver i
REBELS TO MEET HUERTA
ONLY ON BATTLEFIELD
Constitutionalists Will Not Go to Ni
agara Falls While Huertistaa Are
There, Says Vasconcelas.
. Now York. May 23. If Joso Vascon
celos' views aro fairly representative
of tho Mexican robels, It did not look
much today us if the constitutionalists
would be represented nt tho Niagara
Fnlls mediation negotiations.
Vnsconcclos has bcoa on a iinnncial
mission for General Carranza to Mon
treal. When the report gained currency
thnt tho constitutionalist leader might
send an envoy to Niagara it was inti
mated thnt Vasconcclos probably would
bo chosen. Todny ho was here.
"The only place for General Car
ranza or his representatives to mett
General Huerta or his representa
tives," ho said, when questioned con
cerning the mediation proposition, "is
on tho battle field. Ho long as tho
llucrtistas are at Niagara Falls tha
constitutionalists will not go there."
REBELS LANDING TEOOXJ3.
Vera Cruz, Mex., May 23. General
Aguilar, a rebel leader, was landiuK
troops from Tampico at Punto Del
Gado today. From Punto Del Gado a
federal force was only six miles dis
tant. Consequently there seemed a.
stant. Consequently thero seemed a
in 'Vera Cius's immediate vicinity.
Should ono occur, it was said General
Funslon wiuld not interfere
The boats which carried tho rebels
from Tampico to Punto Del Gadi fell
into the constitutionaliits' hands when
they enptured the former city. A num
ber of yachts, lauueheg and other crafts
wero in the Panuco river at tho time
and General Gonzales promptly com
mandeered them.
None of the vessels was of much,'
value for fighting purposes but. they
answered excellently as transports.
REBELS HAVE SALTTLLO.
Saltillo, May 23. The constitutional
ists were in full possession of Saltillo
today. There was some skirmishing
even after the federals' main body
evacuated the city but today it was all
over. General I'albo Rob)eB of General
Villa's force occupied tho central plaza
at noon Friday. .
Bcforo leaving, the federals dyna
mited and burned the casino, theatre,
cathedral and most Important business
and public buildings. They left behind
them, however, quantities of artillery,
ammunition and other military supplies,
which the rebels seized at once. They
were badly needed for the continuation
of the constitutionalist campaign.
LIGHTSHIP IS LOST.
Halifax, N." 8., Maya 23. A new
lightship, bound here from the yards
where it was built, was lost today just
outside Halifax harbor. It was feared
several men on board drowned.
TitH Congregational Church.
Corner of Liberty anil Center strcots,
Perry Frederick Hchrock, minister.
Bible school at 10 a. in,; morning wor
ship at 11 n. m., subject of sermoit,
"Life tho Cure for Sin." Evening
worship nt 7:30 p. m., siilije, " lio
ligious Molly Coddle.!.'' Sunday School
workers' supper and conference on
Monday nt 6: 30 p. m. Kev. 11. T.
Gammon, I). I)., of Chicago, will speak.
Castle Chapel United Brothrcn.
Corner Seventeenth nnd Nebraska,
II. U. Dorks, minister. Bible School,
10 a. m.; morning worship. II a. in..
subject, "Back to ('a! very"; Y. P. K
(. h., 7 p. m.; evening worship, ti
o'clock. A cordial welcome to all.
ii.iMiniri4 si--1
Children Cry for nQichr's
Reformed.
Corner Capital and Marion streets,
W. (i. Lienkaemper, pastor. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Morning worship
in German at 11; subject: "Ho As
cended into Heaven". Evening serv
ice In English at 7:30; subject: "The
More Kx"cllcnt Way.'' Meeting of
Heidelberg, Guild at 7; Leader, John
Denny.
Nazarene Church.
The Sunday services will be the clos
ing service for this assembly year. J.
T. Little will close his pastorate here
with these services and expects to
spend the next yeoar in evangelistic
work. This has been a profitable
year for the church with good ad
vances along all lines. Tho member
ship has nearly been doubled. A good
lot bought, a temporary tabernacle
built, and moneys pledged. Tho pastor
has heeen well supported anil Mission
ary and district expenses have been met.
The prospects for the coming year are
good and we expect to go forward to
sure and permanent victory.
Sabbath school at 10 a. m., Gene
Wachsmith, superintendent. Treadling
swvieesi 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. J. T.
Little, the paotor, will preach on both
services.
Highland Friends.
Corner of Highland and Elm streets,
josepbme Hockett, pastor; phone Main
1465; residence 2255 N. Elm Avenue,
W'jSm III M rl
Tho Kind You Have Always JJottglit, and -which has heen
in wse lor over iit) years, lias borne tho slsnaturo of
and has been made tinder his per
sonal filinervtKlon fiiiirn i.' Inh'irr.
'A! Allow no ono to deceive vow 1: thla.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd " Jnat-as-grood" nro but
experiments mat trmo wun ana endanger tho health ol
lnlunts and Children Experience against lispcrhnent.
What fs CASTORIA .
Castoria is a harmless snbstitnte for Castor OU, Pare
goric, Drops nnd JSoothlnff. Syrups. It Is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other .Narcotic
substance. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms
nnd allays Feverlshncss. For nioro than thirty years it
has been In constant use tor the relief of Constipation,
Flattdoney, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Ularrhma. It regulates the (Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates tho Food, glvinpr healthy nnd natural Bleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR 5 A ALWAYS
Bears the Signature cf
The Kind You Have Always BorgM
In Use For Over 30 Years