"Marijuana, which the Mexicans drink."
d f u l r It would have done many a toper or ~v\ hiskey soak a world ,,.. ; good, and would have made h"is Â£j bulge far beyond their sockets if'Tie held the sights that could be seen and y seen oy the city trustees last) I at the city hall. was real booze, man! And lots of it. Two quart bottles were the table, and there two oth- in the safe, off the genuine good old article that j j j ! local of iu\2 J-FA^-J' pros- ^ ^ fiaed ^ ^ QU read about/ and which is now 'exhibited in museums, but seldom see noutside. Besides there were numerous other bottles. Some were ordinary pre- scriptions, with the names of the physician who issued the prescription and the man for whom the prescript bottle; others were filled with various various kinds of preparation. Among wag Lyko 23 pef cent ^ ^ both ^ free , y Ju drugstoreSt then tnere f ud then tnere vas some plain,! bonded was tincture of ginger, also with a large content of alcohol, then there was some marijuana, which the Mexicans drink and like and get drunk on j| nary home brew. All jf these" things were seized ,are being held by Chief of Police Murray, including the priceless people think) genuine whiskery Many a man. well known locally m a n ' sides giving up his bottle, also substantial fine for his jag. It "was brot out that there is a | I paration. sort of a medicinal !now being sold in the city, wh.ch tains something like 18 per cent 'cohol and is sold very freely at stores, with the |ull consent of the government.