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TRIP TO JAPAN
Pacific Coast Business Men
Sure of Island's Friendship
for United States..
WEANS TRADE INCREASE
Tlews of Each Member of Partj
Toward Sons of Xipon I'ndergo
Great Chang Visitors Cor
dially Received Everywhere.
TOKTO. Nov. .9.-Tne d-legrttlon of
business men from the rariflc Coast of
the United States, who have been for
everal weeks past looking over the pres
ent condition of Japan, at the Invitation
of the Japan commercial organization, to
day held their final meeting preparatory
to returning to their own country. Tlie
meeting expressed the attitude of the
(American business men toward Jaran In
resolutions which were adopted and read
In part as follows:
That, whereas the frlenrti-hlp' an1 good
will of the people of the Emrin' of Japan
toward the ritixens of the Culled JSlelea
1 unquestioned and.
Whereas. The trade relations of the two
ceiiniriea can and outfit to be atrennht
B It resolved. That seme plan shou.d
he adopted whereby the commerce of the
two countries majr be Increased and the
friendship of the Japanese and American
people made perpetual
Speaking to the Associated Press. F.
W. Dohrmann. of San Francisco, said
that the visit of the Pacific Coast men to
Japan had been an unqualified success In
every way and that It would undoubtedly
result In the establishing of a better un
derstanding between the two countries
and a vast Improvement In trade rela
tions and trade Itself.
Mr. Dohrmann said that he voiced the
sentiments of every member of the delega
tion when he said that the views of each
man of them had undergone a change
since coming to Japan. He especially
praised the courtesy of the Japanese mer
chants and officials who have done every
thing In their power to facilitate the
closest investigation of present conditions
HE FAITH IH JUDGE ROOT
aMEMBKRS op bar welcome
Partner Saja Gordon Is Short In
Accounts and Is Trying to
Throw Blame Somewhere.
SFATTl.a "Wash.. Nov. 9. Friends of
Judge Slllo A. Root, who has de
manded an Investigation of the charges
egainst him In connection with the Gor
.n scandal, are standing by him. They
welcome the Investigation, confident he
will be able to demonstrate his Innocence
cf all wrongdoing In connection with his
There is no foundation for the charges
In the rumor." said E. B. Palmer, for
merly law partner of Judge Root, and
row candidate for the Speakership of the
ftate House of Representatives. "I have
known Judge Root for many years. I
know his habits. I know he lias a sick
wife and a sickly baby who require the
attention of two nurses. I know that he
does not drink, does not gamble and it
Is utterly foolish to bring any charges of
dishonesty or misconduct against him. He
Is an honorable man. As a matter of fact
Clordon is short in his accounts, and he
)s trying to account for It by saying that
the money helped to elect Supreme Court
Ju.lges. I would not be surprised if he
-would try to involve other Judges. He
Is defying the Great Northern to prose
cute Mm. I am entirely positive, how
ever, that his chars will fall to the
ground and that Judge Root will be
"We are all glad that the inquiry has
been Instituted." said Attorney James B.
Murphy, a partner of Mr. Palmer. "It
seems to be agreeable to Judge Boot and
everybody else ought to be satisfied. This
rumor has been spreading until It ought
to be disposed of. I am personally not
familiar with the nature of the case,
whatever it is. but 1 can say that my
.confidence and the confidence 6r the bar
In general In Judge Root is unshaken and
lf lie shall be shown to have done any
'wrong we shall all be very much sur
prised." Not Short, Says Gordon.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Nov. . M. J. Gor
don, former Justice on the State Su
preme bench, and later division counsel
for the Great Northern Railroad, is a
jrust st the Donnelly Hotel in Tacoma.
Apprised of the charges brought against
Jnsiice Mllo Root and his own connection
with tnem. Mr. Gordon declined to make
"A few days sgo a statement appeared
In the press to the effect that my resig
nation from the service with the railroad
company was due to a shortage in my
accounts." said Mr. Gordon. "I feel that
there is no actual shortage arising from
my transactions with the company, and
that the report results from a misunder
standing. I do not desire to comment upon
the investigation whim is reported to
have been ordered by the Supreme Court,
and have nothing to say In relation there-
ARREST PREVENTS TRAGEDY
lalcm Father Threatens to Take
Life of Co-ored ex-Convict
SAF-KM. Or.. Nor. 9. (Special.) A
traiy was probably averted hy the
tlmWy arreat Inst nlpht of Joe Younjr. a
colored man, who was released from the
penitentiary about a year rko and who
iad been frequenting a house on Center
treet kept by a white woman.
It Is asserted that two white jrirls had
also been frequenting the same house and
their father had threatened to kill Youtiff.
Vmcranry ts he only rharne placed
against Young in the Police Court.
KEEP UP LIQUOR FIGHT
Anti-Saloon League Workers Will
Meet in lc Moines.
I'KS MOINES. Nov. . Delegates from
nine states in the Middle West will assem
ble here Tuesday at the conference of
the OentraJ District of the American
Anti-Saloon League, which includes Iowa.
rr.inots. Missouri. Wisconsin. Minnesota.
South Dakota. Nebraska, Kansas and
One of the chief matters for discussion
will be the preparations to secure 1n Con
gress the enactment of the Interstate
Commerce act for which a fight has been
marie many years without success and
whose defeat at the last session of Con-
i Kress was laia at me aoor wi o,
Cannon and used against mm in nis re
cent contest for re-election.
There will also be some discussion of the
legislative policiea In the different state
and in this connection some debate on
relative merits of Prohibition and local
There are within the league many su
perintendents and field workers who be
lieve local option a more effective weapon
acainst the liquor traffic than when pro
hibitory laws are In effect and there are
also many who stand strongly for abso
lutely atate-wide prohibition. The con
ference will continue three days.
FROM VAUDEVILLE TO JUL
OLA HAYDEX IS ACCVSED OF
SHOPLIFTING IX SALT LAKE.
Arrested With L. Davis, in Whose
Room Police Find $2000 of
Silks and Furs.
SATT IwVKE CITY. I'tah. Nov. 9.
From the vaudeville stage to shoplift
ing is the transition of Ola Hayden, ac
cording to charges made by -the police.
I Davis was arrested on the street last
night. Fifty dollars' worth of stolen
dry goods was discovered under his
overcoat. A few minutes later a woman
whom he had registered as his wife was
taken Into custody. She had purchased
a J&W waist at the store where Davis
had secured his loot. A subsequent
search of their room brought to light
furs and silks to the value of about
This evening the woman admitted that
she had purposely engaged the atten
tion of a clTk while Davis appropriated
the articles found on him. but denlel
complicity In any other robbery. She
also said that her name Is Ola Hayden
and that she has played in vaudeville
In all the cities of the Pacific Coast.
Her husband, whose name she with
holds. Is In Alaska and she added fiat
she has two children, a daughter ip
Helena, Mont., and a son In Denver.
Her father Is an actor and is now in
. Since leaving San Francisco three or
four months ago. the pair have visited
Seattle, Hoise and other Northwestern
cities. They will be brought to trial
here on the charge of larceny.
MARINES PLAY DRAW GAME
Washington Athletic Club Holds
Tlieiu to 0 to 0 Score.
SK ATT I.E. Wash., Nov. 9. (Special.)
The height of the football season is at
hand, and many nonlnterscholastlc elev
ens are busy every Sunday settling dis
putes on local gridirons. Four amateur
football games were played in this city
today and men who do not attend the
higher institutions of learning were al
lowed to bask in the spotlight on the
football stage for a day.
The most Important game played In
the city was the battle between the
Washington Athletic Club and the Brem
erton Marines. In which both sides had
to be content with a draw, neither
eleven scoring. Although the locals were
outweighed 30 pounds to the man. and
were up against the experienced men
who rubbed shoulders wHh the Idaho and
Washington State College gladiators,
they managed to emerge without being
scored against. The scores:
Washington Athletic Club 0. Marines 0.
Renton 68. Marine second team 0.
Ramblers 1-. Fremont 0.
Rainier Heights 11. Columbia City 0.
PIONEER JEWELER IS DEAD
Z. R. Straight, or Walla Walla,
Succumbs to Diabetes.
WAIJA WAiXA. Wash.. Nov. 9. (Spe
cial.) Z. K. Straight, one of the pioneer
residents of Walla Walla and the oldest
jeweler in the state, died at the family
residence. 353 Poplar street, at 4 o'clock
Sunday aflernoon. following a severe at
tack of diabetes.
Xr. straight was a member of the first
Legislature of Washington, served sev
eral terms as Councilman of this city and
was Instrumental In building uj the civi
lization of the city and surrounding
He was born In New Tork in 1S40. re
siding there until 1870. when he came to
tlie Pacitle Coast. He established the
first jewelry store in this part of the
state in June of liiTo. For more than 35
years he has occupied the same place of
business. Funeral services will be held
TROUBLE IN ITS COLONY
Portugal Secures Peace in Guinea
at Price of Prestige.
LISBON. Nov. 9.-"-Advices received here
state that In response to energetic pre
sentations on the part or the French and
German Ministers on the subject of kill
ing of French and Germans by natives
In Portuguese Guinea, the Portuguese
government has admitted that it was un
able to quell the last revolt because of
the lack of troops.
The government. however. brought
about peace temporarily by reducing the
house tax. but in doing so stood in dan
ger of losing all prestige with the natives,
who are ferocious cannibals. A general
uprising Is feared.
HAS SEVEN CHANCES IN TEN
Three Still Against d'Abruxzi-EJkins
TURIN. Nov. . The Duke of Abruzzl,
In conversation yesterday. Jokingly
said that he would not go to the
I'nlted States nor on a cruise on the
battleship Keglna Elena, which, there
fore, would not be under his command
on her next voyage. This confirms the
official statement that the Duke will
not again take command until after
Ills promotion as rear-admiral.
One of the Duke's intimate friends
said today that seven chances out of
ten were favorable to the marriage of
the Duke to Miss Klklns. but there
were three still against it.
FATHER ANDCHILp DIE
Succumb to Injuries Received When
Officers Raid Blind Tiger.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Nov. 9 J. W.
Harrison and his 15-months-old daughter,
w ho were- injured in the fusillade of
shots which followed the raid of officers
upon an alleged blind tiger, are dead.
Mrs. Harrison is prostrated and may
MEET DECEMBER 9
Roosevelt Calls Second Con
vention of Governors.
WILL HEAR MANY REPORTS
Work of Con serial ion Commission
Will Be Taken I'p and Made
Chief Topic of Discussion.'
Large Attendance Expected.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 9. Invitations
to a second meeting In Washington to
Governors or their representatives have
been sent out by the- National Conserva
tion of Resources Commission. The date
announced Is Tuesday. December 8. At
the tame time letters are going out an
nouncing for Tuesday. December J. the
flr.n general meeting of the Conservation
Commission itself for organization.
The Governors will discuss the work
with which the National Conservation
Commission has been carrying on dur
inng the Summer and Fall. The out
come of this work will be the first
thorough inventory of the Nation's nat
ural resources1 the Federal Government
has ever made. On this inventory, the
report which President Roosevelt has
requested the Commission to make to
him not later than January 1 will be
The Governors of more than half the
states have appointed commissions and
these commlspions are now at work
along the same lines in their states that
the National Commission is following
for the whole country.
The week beginning December 5 will
be a conservation week. The Country
Life Commission will hold ' a meeting
after having completed the first part of
its swing around the country. The
Southern Commercial Congress, whose
chief purpose Is the awakening of the
people of the 14 Southern states to the
value of their natural resources, will be
In session on December 7 and 8. and will
then merge with the National Rivers
and Harbors Congress, which will hold
its annual meeting December 9 to 11.
MANILA FREE OF CHOLERA
MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION IS
Residents Want to Carry Out Plans
Made for Reception of
MANILA, Nov. 9. The Merchants"
Association of this city has issued the
"Manila Is reported by the health
authorities to be practically free of
cholera. Since November 1 in a popu
lation of nearly 250,000. one case dally
has occurred. These cases were found
in outlying districts, unusually visited
by whites. The late visitation .proved
to be of a very light character since
its beginning, and in the- month of
July were only 22 cases amongst the
white population. Of these but 10
proved fatal. There was not a single
case among the 12,000 city school chil
dren. Since the American occupation
In IS98 the number of whites In the Is
lands attacked by cholera Is 24". Of
these 129 cases were fatal. The ma
jority of deaths occurred In 1902, when
there were G0.000 troops In the Islands
and no precautions exisited for pro
tection from the epidemic."
Soldiers from Fort McKinley and
sailors from the Asiatic squadron are
now entering the city freely and the
citizens are. anxious that Rear-Admiral
Sperry will permit them to carry out
the plans for the reception of the At
lantic battleship fleet.
If these plans are not carried out it
!s feared that a false and harmful im
pression will be given to the world of
the sanitary condition of Manila, which
unquestionably Is better than that of
any other city in the Orient and prob
ably unexecelled by any large city of
HEARD HOSTILE THREATS
ARGENTINE NAVAL ESTIMATE
WAS GREATLY INCREASED.
Armament Commission, However,
Cuts Appropriation More Than
Half In Report to Senate.
BUENOS ATRES, Nov. 9. The arma
ment commission reporting In the Senate
on the project of Increased naval and
other defenses, recommends a maximum
expenditure over a period of six years of
t33.000.00ft. in place of the 76.OOO.0OO voted
by the Chamber of Deputies last August.
The legislative conflict thus created and
long ago anticipated will, however, be
summarily ended. If. as expected, the Sen
ate confirms the commission's report. In
that event the measure will be again
submitted to the Chamber of Deputies,
which, by a two-thirds' majority assured,
will be enabled in the terms of the con
stitution to give it the force of law.
The Lower Chamber has delayed dis
cussion of the budget In order that such
part as might be required during the cur
rent year of the 175,000.000 voted as a spe
cial law. might be Incorporated in the
voting on the estimates. Tlie amount
voted by the Deputies exceeded by several
millions the amount asked ' for in the
executive message owing, ltjs stated, tb
the submission in seoeret session of docu
mentary proofs, surreptitiously obtained,
of Brazillian aggressive hostility toward
On of these, purporting to be a mess
age In code from Baron Rio Blanco, the
Brazillian Foreign Minister, to the Bra
zillian Minister In Chile, has been pub
lished and Is now the subject of a heated
UPHOLDS ALIEN LABOR LAW
Secretary Straus Issues Report on
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9. Since Secre
tary Straus became the- executive head
of the Department of Commerce and
Labor, he has paid particular attention
to the cases Involving violations of the
alien contract labor laws. The records
of the Bureau of Immigration and Nat
uralizatioa' for the fiscal year ended
June 30, 1908, show that there were re-
Jeeted at the ports of .this country 1932
aliens seeking admission to tne unnto
ct.tM niirmiant to offers or promises of
employment made prior to emigration.
There were arrested and deported from
the United States 240 aliens found to be
here in violation of the" contract labor
In 2S instances of apparent, violation of
the alien contract labor law by corpora
tions or other employers, evidence was
transmitted to the Department of Jus
tice or to local United States attorneys
request for the Institution of
suits to punish the persons shown by
the evidence to be guilty.
COMPARES ' MORSE, ELIOT
World Poorer Because of One,
Richer Because of Other.
BRUNSWICK. Me.. Nov. "9. "The con
viction of Charles W. Morse and the
resignation of Charles W. Eliot" formed
the subiect of Professor DeWItt Hyde's
chapel talk today "to the students of
Bowdoin College, of which Mr. Morse is
President Hyde said:
You could not get a greater contrast
than the lives of these two men. one
built on the sands of selfishness, the
other built on the rock of faithful ser
vice. "The world is the poorer and business
Is the more precarious for the schemes of
a ian like Morse. In elementary, sec
ondary, collegiate, graduate, legal, medi
cal, theological and practical education.
In Industry, business, government, morals,
are all richer, safer., happier and nobler
for the work of President Eliot."
TAG DAY "NETS $25,000
San Francisco Gives Liberally for
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 9. With $19,
000 already stored in the banks and sev
eral important sectiims of the city yet
to be heard from, it Is estimated that the
tag day which was celebrated here yes
terday for the benefit of the Children's
Hospital, will net the committee at least
J26.000 in all. The response of the citv
to the appeal was so generous that It is
now thought that "tag day" will, be made
an annual event in San Francisco, the
proceeds to be devoted to whatever char
ity stands most in need of aid at the
Among the many features of yesterday's
carnival of giving was the ready response
with which the workers met in the Orien
tal quarter of the city. The green tags
were as much In evidence there as any
where else in town.
RECORD FOR TUNNEL WORK
Workmen In California Go 486 Feet
' in Solid Rock in Month.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 9. William
Mulholland. chief engineer . of the Los
Angeles Acqueduct, reports that all
American records for tunnel boring in
hard, rock were broken during OVtober by
the city forces at work on the Elizabeth
tunnel. A distance of 466 feet was made
in 31 days, thus surpassing the record on
the Gunnison tunnel, made in January,
19(. by 17 feet.
The Los Angeles Aqueduct is the muni
cipal project by which the city will ul
timately procure a dally water supply of
2fiO.O0O.OOO gallons from the Owens River
Valley, 240 miles north of here. The Eli
zabeth tunnel is the five-mile bore which
Is to carry the water through the crest
of the Coast Range of mountains.
THUGS BADLY BEAT. FOUR
Chattanooga Terrorized by Epi
demic of Outlawry.
CHATTANOOGA. Tenn., Nov. 9. During
last night four persons were found un
conscious in the streets-of this city, hav
ing been attacked by thugs..
One of the victims, Charles Baggett,
a negro, died.
B. L. Owens, a white farmer,, was
picked up with his head cut open. When
he regained consciousness he said that a
negro bad struck and robbed him.
An unknown young white man, well
dressed, was picked up on Whiteside street
The last victim was a negro woman
who was found with a ghastly cut In the
center of her forehead.
KERN IS OUT FOR SENATOR
Aspires to Represent Indiana in
Upper House of Congress.
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 9. John W.
Kern, defeated candidate for. Vice
President, announced last night that he is
a candidate for United States Senator
to succeed James A. Hemenway. The
Indiana Legislature is Democratic on
joint ballot by a majority of 12. Others
mentioned as probabie candidates are
John E. Lamb, of Terre Haute. who
was in charge of Democratic Natioml
headquarters In Chicago during the last
compalgn; Thomas Taggart. ex-Nation-il
chairman: Benjamin E. Shively and Ed
ward Hoffman, of Fort Wayne.
MORSE READS IN TOMBS
Convicted Banker Hopes to Secure
Liberty on Heavy Bail.
NEW YORK. Nov. 9.-Assured that
every possible step had been taken look
ing toward his release tomorrow on
bonds. Charles W. Morse, the convicted
banker, spent a quiet Sunday in the
Tombs. He received no visitors and
spent most of his time reading news
papers and' writing letters.
The United. States Circuit Court of Ap
peals will decide tomorrow whether ball
will be accepted for Morse.
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If your meals don't tempt you, or
you feel bloated after eating and you
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If what little you eat lies like a lump
of lead on your stomach; if there Is
difficulty in breathing after eating;
eructations of sour food and acid,
heartburn, brash or a belching of gas,
vou can make up your mind that you
need something for a sour stomach
To make every bite of food you eat
aid in the nourishment and strength
of your bod', you must rid your stom
ach of poisons, excessive acid and
stomach gas which sours, your entire
meal interferes with digestion and
causes so many sufferers of Dyspep
sia. Sick Headache. Nauseous Breath,
and stomach trouble of all kinds; Pu
trefying the intestines and digestive
PIIM PMUPIICN (IF
luuun unminiun uu
Presidential Election Will Oc
TROOPS TO BE WITHDRAWN
United States Forces Considered Xo
Longer Needed Whole Island
Absorbed in Struggle to Con
trol Public Patronage.
HAVANNA. Nov. 9. On Saturday next
elections will be held throughout the
Island for President. Vice-President,
Senators and Representatives in the
lower house of Congress, to whom, ac
cording to the present programme, will
be committed the fate of restored
Cuban republic on the termination of
the government of intervention, Jan
uary 28, 1909. '
The troops of the United States will
be withdrawn on that date, which is
three days in advance of the time or
iginally set, in order that their de
parture may mark the anniversary of
the birth of Jose Marti, the Cuban pa
triot. Preparations for the elections are
now complete, and the whole Island is
absorbed l.i the outcome of the strug
gle. The Conservatives are headed by
General Mario Menocal and Dr. Rafael
Montoro. the Presidential and Vice
Presidential candidates, respectively,
while General Jose M. Gomez and his
former bitter rival in the party lead
ership, Alfredo Zayas. are the nominees
of the Liberal party, the MJgueltsta and
Zayasta factions. Both of the politi
cal lenders have given assurance that
they will accept loyally the result of
the popular voi.e.
There is practically no difference In
the platforms of the two parties, both
having as their chief planks the preser
vation of the Republic equal rights
for all citizens, the encouragement of
agriculture and commerce and the
maintenance of friendly relations with
the United States. The struggle is
frankly for the possession of the Gov
ernment and the control of public pa
tronage. HURLS SELF BEFORE ENGINE
WALLA WALLA LABORER COM
Body or AV. TV Buncll Horribly
Mangled by Being Crushed
by Passenger Train.
WALLA WALLA. 'Wash., Nov. 9. De
spondent over the failures of his life, and
in a partially intoxicated condition. W. T.
Bunell, a laborer, aged 35 years, com
mitted suicide by laying down in front of
the O. R. & N. passenger train No. 7 just
this side of Spofford station, six miles
south of here, abdut 2 o'clock yesterday
The engineer saw the form lying on the
track, and. thinking It was 'a hog, blew
the whistle. When only a few yards
from the man he saw what it really
was, and attempted to stop the train,
but the grade was down and before the
air brakes could be applied the heavy
locomotive and train had passed the
spot where the body lay.
A deep gash was cut by the sharp
point of the engine pilot, in the front
of the man's head, and also on his chin.
The right hand was horribly crushed
a? the cars passed over it.
The engineer says he saw the man
just as the train passed over him and
that Bunell's head was lying across one
rail, and his hand was over his head
as If to prevent hearing the train until
it was on him. From the fact that the
body was not decapitated, it is believed
the man must have lost his nerve at the
last moment and tried to hurl himself
off the track. '
WILL KEEP EYE ON CASTRO
Dutch Government to Send Warship
to Sea in Few Days.
WILLEMSTAD, Nov. 9. The act re
voking the decree prohibiting the export
of arms and ammunition, published yes
terday, sets forth that the revocation
concerns only Venezuela.
No immediate action is expected' to
be taken by the Dutch government in the
way of a blockade against Venezuelan
ports, but It is understood that the war
vessels now will soon proceed to sea and
cruise along the coast awaiting devel
opments. PIRATES KILL IN WATER
Wreck Victims Escape Drowning,
but Are Murdered for Loot.
AMOT, China. Nov. 9. The bodies of 78
victims of the wreck of the small steamer
Tuigan, wjilch occurred November 5, have
been brought here. The steamer was
licensed to carry ISO passengers, but 600
men were aboard and of these only 400
Many of the victims were drowned but
some were killed while in the water by
piratical boatmen Intent on robbery. Five
of the pirates have been arrested and will
be beheaded. '
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A case of Pape's" Diapepsin will cost
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needed. The value arvd success of Swamp-Root is so well known that our read
ers are advised to send for a sample bottle. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bing
hamton. N. Y., be sure and say you read this generous offer in Ihe Daily
Oregonian. The genuineness of this offer Is guaranteed.
ELECTRIC COOKING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS
When not in use, all expense avoided
by simply turning off the switch
DISHES, OVENS AND
MANY OTHER DEVICES
SEE EXHIBIT AND DEMONSTRATION
At Seventh and Alder Streets Store
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT AND
MAIN 668S PHONES : A 6 13 1
sometimes the heart acts badly, rheu
matism, bloating, lack of ambition, may
be loss of flesh, sallow complexion.
PREV.4I.EXCY OF KIDNEY DISEASE.
Most people do not realise the alarm
ing Increase and remarkable prevalency
of kidney disease. While kidney dis
orders are the most common diseases
that prevail, they are almost the last
recognized by patient and physicians,
who content themselves with doctorlaa;
the effects, while the original dlaeaae
undermines the system.
A TRIAL WIIX CONVINCE ANYONE.
In taking Swamp-Root you afford
natural help to Nature, for Swamp
Root is the most perfect healer and
gentle aid to the kidneys that has yet
If you are already convinced that
Swamp-Root Is what you need, you can
purchase the regular fifty-cent and
one-dollar size bottles at all the drug"
stores. Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name. Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Bing
hamton. N. Y., which you will find on
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