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Tlin 3IORMNO ORFGOXIAN, TI I-SDAY. FETIRUA'RT 8. 1010.
".ItiiKi ef l:.e. from th. frrl
rrve fwrmivK la ortf"n lo build the
pmp4' highway aroond Mount Hod.
whi.-rt a ronnect With the I'olumM
K:irr llichataa. Kepra-eantattve !
Arthur tlvi4t t more faiM and
mee afeairabla plan would b to .
etreifhtoul appropriation of tie
Kevin rearheJ thai rrtitcitnlrtB. Mr.
t-rtnur lniotj"d a hill mhljrln
BE ON BIG SCALE
iw.fnr ef .Wrt. ult jre bo aut nor! ed
f.ew Enthusiasm for Conven
tion Is Noted at Luncheon
at Y. M. C. A.
c roniirrt ion rol pi pt'fj' .
.-, from iovernment Camp. Ca'
erno fountv. in a frnrl northeast
erly direction, to the nortkrrn bound
ary of t i- orrtfnn National Koreet In
I . I H..r Cojoty. loxether with a
rr. n elfee-inx about V. mile
. . . . . t r . .1 fc.anrh
Speakers Announced for Ad
dresses on Patriotic Topics
for Republican Club.
tilrH a bat i mil' eeelerly ffm
n aa.e oi ... . -
I'.rook Meadow., and Ihence eoutharard
for ne mi: to In. public road from
I "i fur.
SEATING CAPACITY IS 450
1127 SIGED FOR SESSION
LINCOLN DINNER TO
j i..r.irtutr ;i..'va f r botidine !'
faM In loMpk-ir iMisa for
tkrrabf la Ve (Ultra
tram o Tharealay.
V'n r ( tho leB"at ira
M-re "afie aj!l U'HI IO I"
tnti i:t be ('. In lort"!
ffuT tl-t. IS" fM-
! Mn- n' ef ia w.rlar
bi.i ("ixtit) t ta.e T. .VI. . A. In
lnt!im of Hi:. T nii w
(t. .-. b ill , e.t ef wni
eooJt xrat int.rwa; la Ifta rorciin4"
v et r.ta, r ic'i" en.t in
ri."ttc of rittr4tin ba. "n
iiimnr"nif ki Ifto rhifh Fprl'
4 ar d.i'i a.e t.Jt.o.
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V. 4 ' 4.-.
jrtoua "rt:'t,rta v artr n
rf..n. ant in otfir Vtrrn lHalr.
t.. in" rlf rf b'U rt c rad In fori
r.rrii out of l lr rnt or fr.
rrt" m hi. b noranallr CO lo tn
tat.. T"f bac bn rr"it. on th
' band, from tho.a m ho do not anl
f . hril ifij lo b tmpairvo. ' ' ' "
m;.rri:i. ard on t"ia othr hand.
f4!4 iitift hat J''tcd to lb
V ' a -t
. . . ... t :
Liti-atX raj f t- iia
p3a ta r"n nion.l r. t of iba
tuft coBinnrC'". i1 ioa f " r
U ra. ja r(tt' w.i; b .ntmd
lm.tu t i n. l'"f;"'. An.
Munml r "lf
Jitorwr. ef fo 1. l. I A. h
ar.M'l T?iiulr mornlna braaft
ba r'l t lb lma cottpri;n
ta rv."trAt..)i rumm:tL at la M.
Raalotrativ r ta".
Tn rat of Ilia foro."n will bo da
to a wRiFlt-i. vfr rt to rornplrta
tno ff-ti'iii" r( i.-ijit o far a
I go llf. An lr!tll pfntfimtn"
wi I bo prmant' I'- na ba n.
rai! kaon, but H fart la that anr
m.n. br!r a hu'S mambr or
at. la at.i4 t r tr a a dl-
A " f " omo ia rbad-4!a t"r
S 1) nmt S K41T .fl.roiwa at la rirt
'raabf tartan I'iarrS.
f-tr inn r- In la ban t of lb woman
fri.-wra of tba mavoa.ry trwttm'lil
i" trtia rhafi-f.
iiimi" of rommunl-'atlona. t'a
orama an.t klt"'t wrra rad. and
a mon c ln waa a m k a from f .
I. r.T d t. at J"pok ana 4n'lr. Thu
t tn rfrt that at t.1 opanins
aoa."i'n h'M In t '' '
rnnrll wa w I fU! wltlk f.I.frad
aalar' ant d-laraa that Iba leans
wor'a lai: l !'' twff.
t. Hr o Bo l oaaaaillo.
t f.in ft. ra.iaa Ir. ... ra.l.
'nt of poUn rr.irtr"itf. wiil bo
..'4 to tl rnmttl aa r"pr"nl
tia af nirniitrj -rrn. An an
enirtt'r lfr "( t''. t'i
r.i iar ef -l'f V T .
whx-b, wa ant b"i aa t i In loft.
Popfaeten wra announr-d
arri)a aa f-iiow"
r . rv-.iia. r-"a' i. i r
r! t atu.r. I ;o'ia P. I'a aa I L l
.ra'a rar "opa-Ofrl" 1
Tar i ' r taa.r. fr. l.ata.r R. IMatt
a i w a
Rn.Kirl rb'i" arta -t. ft. badaa.
r-i-aa. at"uai" ...nl-ia-l P. IHI""
r.-:. tr l.'r H. t !.'
a aa. r"''ia' a .ifi f i. .
r.Ma. M A K . I .inr""'.
a -n. rarrua' A '-' Tail".
.r..t ' ji.f. :. O. rara I. H
..-air rta al K. T-
;' '. A. Koa L
H'Vftt". r".ift """fllt w
r-. ! W ".!. f C . F'."l
t)rac a rar-afT "! Jo
fw -i B. rratt. .'. W. .ir. iRa A.
ROAD BILL IS INTRODUCED
Mr. lrrthar .aka f :. for
Mnaal HotmI lllthwaj.
rrriTovnv N:va pfR e At". a"-
.,tn. ft T lfi"t4 of xktno for
HAIR COMING OUT? j
t'!r ea-jaoa a faaarun Irritation
tba araiD. tba balr roota arlnk. looa.
aa nl taaj tba fcair coniia out faat. T
tog fa:iia ba.r at oaro and rid tha
a.-a of ttarr part k la of uan4rS.
B Jo-caal bottlo of thanalarino at anr
4ru( atora. pour a t.tt:a la your fcaad
an4 fMb It Into Ua acatp Attar tm w
aett'i--tlooa t&a fcair btopa comint out
a rut 04 cast Jol anr oaadruS.
YOUR SICK CHILD
Huny. Mother! Remove Poiioru
from Little Stomach. Liver.
Cive "CaLfornij Syrup of Pig"
if Cro5. B iliouj
No taattrr wbal alia roar child, a
f aat!, taorouaa latatlro abould ai
war b t.-a flrat traatmant slraa.
If your littla out . eut-of .aorta, half
:ck. last raatie. aatlno and actlns
naturallr loo. Motbar: ao if toncua
la coatad. Tfila la a aura aia that It
:ittlo atomaca. luar aad b-owala ara
cioc(d wttrt araata. baa croaa. Irrl
tabia. faaariah. atornafh rouf. braata
bad or baa atornarr rhi. diarrnooa.
aoro loroaL full of cold. a ta
apoonful of Vaiif'iral rup of 1a."
ao4 ia a f" fcoura ail tbo con.tlpatad
undicaatad food and aour bi.a
aaotly moaaa aut of Ita lutlo boaili
witr.out ria. arm c haa a wall.
p.jTful child aal.
olotbara can ra.t jr aftar
tnia harmlaaa "Irult UtatlTO." bocaoaa
It na.r faiia lo ctan-a tha Jillta ona
I ar aad boaala and waot ti a af -acft.
and th d-arly o - " plaal
ata r u I dtr-a-UTa for '-. chl.
a . o ail aaa and for arowa-upa
rint.4 oa aa. a boltla.
tbat It la aaada tf l" -CaJlJoraia Tt
hiti CoOJia-," aV4,
. T1t T-ToX K:-TIK -Mi1
ot "4Tt.in: Twir.
lit TwfcM I ic
. rlton. ritr trkl cl-rll for
rturt)-i from t.-i- l?ifouh th fmh
t'i th I:., on M h hm 9pr4 lh
opt of orffua dvtftt-i for lh
txtrimtA n. l H hornrtM' -r txr for
frrr rtlrl AffTl. ctrrr hoil rlrrk
ir. (rton w a rrmhr of A
rrtr cf t I rl-rk Knt Ihroash fh
rrm ipI citt -f lh Nuth n-l !
the elTi. At "n Krrt-tvrO. AnSt
Ic tnd Krn0 wr in lb r'.
Tir nt r.t or lb h.utbrro
r-n- r;.n I;n IT f'a.o. h-n An
loritx tto'in ftnd lU-jiomont t New
t-r -!. Tb'nf t?ry lrlr4 on
?rrj th r rn ractn t--,mr l Nr York.
.Nwr-l rn!ir th ttitri ItOwfon.
a .tin(ion, llaltiinnrr.
ftt!- ir-r. liroti. N..r ri:s. fin
- n n ( I. 'hi-Jio. f . lootai-. Kn i.
irntaha. tN-nwr an hj.lt tank City. r
turniri; i ,jn hinriKa
-V) cN-rt.rtr an., mr ronirr-i-tiortft
rti to ron I'41 thAi thr will
Em n lot f trl It t C'oavt lhl
r." d1-.r. Mr Strsllon.
LIEXIGAflS SENT TO JAIL
two ioMHTi:t MKLiKvr.n Mt.n
r m or . i Tin :.
t ro Idootlfloat aa llaalaar Bart
. laaamrd With Thrra Rob.
aorbra of Mho -.alar.
Tha eporat'nna of a cane of Jdrnlran
! irra ha boon a lt'i'"nl oof of
irotiMo for aoirral montha pat. Th'ir
ul'il ran to anak..thircry and ah.op.
l-r tho cantlrimn ef John M. Ital
taiar arid J.arh lUmMia In tho 'Mil
ririral four! tardajr mornlnat It l
tfouchl tha sane baa bo"-n broken up.
Tho pair ontrrrd Nathan Ittatkln
.tr.ro at 44 .North liih. atrrat laat
Kridajr. Thar atoto a pair of rubber
and two ahlrta and ware rn by t.'ia
liropri'lor. who lorhad tham In whlla
tha poiira ware ant for Iwtact l-a
ira.4cb. and Jirr.ito lo"H tham In
IUttaar waa Idrrttlf id pr Frd Ro
.in.tr. tailor, of U'aahicetoo
atraat. aa ono of two man who com
mitt. 4 a thaft In hta ahop January !
Two una antarad tra t. Han at Co.
tailor ahop. corner of Third and Couch
treat. February J. and atola two pull.
T. .Naa.Ta e rhaae. aJd ona of trero
threatened him with a knife. Mr. Na
Ia identified l:amM aa on. of th.
Ju.; Ioccuth aentenced Hamldea
lo !: data tn4 Ha.laiar to 10 dar
n the t'ounlr Jail.
EX-INMATE SUES MATRON
ut lraon Itrlnsa ho II In tarlon
Coontjf for Pa ma era.
Mt.KM fr . Teh ' Sre-'l Irr.a
taraon. r.!eaaed from t. tiirl' Plate
tn.i i.tr al Hfhool about two mont.ia
aa-o. to-nv in.titutatd action In th. "lr-
rutf ourt for Marion a. uunir acainai
Mr, t: it. Ilopkina. matron of the
aa-hool. and fount r JJdce ftaehey.
(IK nf tat one waa forcibly aent to
t-hoad. where ah. was tnifj.
-. ...1 k.a a.nt A the
I upon requeat of h.r parent, who
aaked for her rleaa. On recom
mendation ef Matron Hophtn. t'l.
luard of fontrol denied tie
" raqueat at firt. but a f.w
i later th. matron voluntarily
trended h. Btrl r!e.
GARFIELD IMPORTS LIQUOR
Itn-ord Sltow .crs for County
of One rrrmlt Dally.
TVIKR"T, H'hIi. "cb. '. Tb. Au
tl.tor offK-a of Uarfleld County ahowt
aa trtrtce ef on. liquor permit a day
far the nrt J dar undor prohlbi
lion. Thr. f..ron look adeanta
of Altorney.Gen.ral Tanner' Intorpra
tation ef th. dry li and ordered both
th. two qiart of .pirita and pint,
of malaw liquor.
four poreon ordered ptralsht alco
hol. 21 w.ro for two quarts of whtihy.
thre. w.r. for 31 r'nt of bear and on.
ordered a quart of .herry and a quart
ef port. Thirty of theee order, were
aonl to California, ona to Montana, one
to Minnaaota and two to Ohio. On.
permit waa t u u d lo a woman.
ROTARIANS ELECT TONIGHT
tlataril of Tro-lttra to Ha? Clw-i and
It Will Nam OffVcrra.
Member of th. T.olary Club will
elect officer for tha eoeulne; year at
their annual meotina" at th. itenaon
Hotel lonteht at a:J. Trueteea will be
elected to fill lb. place of th. alx re
tirtnr one, and the board of trueteea
will then meet and eort a prealdent.
lrepreidnt and aocrrtarylrcaaurer
Vnniineea for election to the ix
tru't'e.hlp fnr-.a are II. II. Atkln
on. A. II llrown. H. IV. Co.ike. W. O
llalnea. ti. . IligClna. J. II. Jore. II
IL Juda-e. II. W Ma.lati. Dr. K.
Srott. Ia . h"aoler. Tbotna J.
5licJ ii4 isaicii,
Taarr. I rftl lo Itrjslairr lion
Tlar aO lo ourtliouv Stale
Senate" .ltrarilnc More? .plr
anla Than Ilou-o to Pair.
Abraham tn-o!n'a Irafltien.at on te
htatorl of the raanntrr will l die
cuaaed from many arifilea at tha dinner
of lha ttr(n Krpubln an Club at the
i'liam:i of Crmmero alurda)r nighl.
Whlla th. dinner ha been arranged
br a pollllral Kinliillnn. It will lr
patriotic rather than polttlrat In ita
.pea-la. Artmlltnnro will not bo limited
lo mwmrm of tho rluh. but memlera
of their famlllee and the puhllr- a-n-
eral.y. reaardleaa of politi.-al arttlia
tiona. will bo wrli-omed. Women, par
ticularly, ar. urcrd by the committee
riealinc accommodation ar limited
to i peraon. however, ao tlrket aalea
wiil bo llmlloO to that number.
In keeplna; with th. democratic rplrll
of Abraham Unroln. tha prKa of th.
dinner baa been fld at II. o that men
and women of limited mean will not
find It Inconvenient lo attend.
Ahte peakrr hare been deotsnated lo
aliacuaa aoyeraj ot Uncotn's mo.t prom
inent actiritlao. The tentative pro
(ramma In tht particular la aa fol
low: "Unroln. a rrorealv." by Itriu-i-Iiennta.
of La Grande.
-Unjoin an.1 loucla. rebate," br
B, f. Mulkey. es-Male henator.
-Uncoln and Ijabair." by A. V. Jouoe.
of tho Central Itbor CounrIL
-Unroln and th. Voune Hepuhllranj"."
by t harlea IVoblaon. leputy LiUtrH t Al
tornar. "Unroln. a republican." by Wallare
A prominent wnman apeakcr. not ji t
elected. wi;l duruM the martr-l
I'reet.lrnt from tha tandolnt of tlx
women of the Nation.
Tha commute, in rharro of arranue
ment roneiala of Charle A. Joline. A
IV. orfon. I. f. Iwl. Phil Methnn.
Jr, and J. J. Klrhardaon. Ticket can
bo obtained at th. Imperial Hotel, fri. n
irtrmtieri of the commute., from John
McCotirt. preaialent of tha rluh. or from
John V. Klchartlaon. aecretary. Con ord
Now that tha lax-paylnar period I
approarhlnir and many people alrrnri
are colrc to the Courthmiae to puy
their taxea. tha succcatlon ha trutie
forth that tho. votrra who have not
recietered can aave thempelve an
extra trip by reclaterlnR when they
pay their taxe.
lrcitratlon la alow and the county
official want to avoid a laat-mlnute
rual. The bad weather of the laat f''
weeka neceaaartly haa kept niany peo
ple away. With propecta of belter
weather. It la expected that th. regis
tration record can b. Improved.
prospective car.tlldate for the Slate
ItCclaletMre now air becinnina como
out In the open. It I probablr Unit
the race for th 11 place In that lower
houao and the five place in the Senate
that the people of Muitno.n.vh County
a ill be called upon to fill will brine
ut more than the ur.ua! number af
Thu far the Sni haa attracted
more active candidate than the lower
houao. R 5 Karrell and K. W". Kan
aom already have filed. Ou C. Moaer.
whoa, term expire thia year. alo will
be In the race It la probable that I.
X pay will b. a candidal, to aui--coed
blmelf. John H. Hurcard doubt-
lea will b. In th. field, other proe
pocttve randldatea are C. W. Hodaon.
Iten Se:.ln. & It. Iluaton and A. W.
D. C. Lwia and Herbert Gordon ar.
th. only candldatea for th. lower houae
to announc. themaelvea thua far.
ACTOR -W00J3CUTTER HURT
Workrr at Patfnport I Vliilc
Iranlns It 1 fir.
DAVENPORT. Waah.. F.b. T. Spe
cial ) Harry Lovcrldgc. formerly an
actor, who waa forced out of th pro
feadon by lb. movie, and who ha
been cutun wood for a living, acci
dentally ahot blmaelf throuch th. abdo.
men while cleaning a rifle which wa
Dot thoucht to ba loaded.
The aur'eon summoned made his way
over 12 mile of deep anow drifts. The
dutanre which ordinarily requires half
an hour for an auto, consumed seven
hour becau. of the practically Im
paaaabl. condition of th. roads from
anow drift. Mr. Loverldae la aaid lo
hav. an even rhanc. for recovery.
The rolling clouds of hard times are broken.
The hosts of gloom are dispersed. Songs
of hope and good cheer greet the glad New
Year and the watchword of all is "All's Well."
See the sign emblazoned on the bursting- sun. It's
a token the ancients read in the starry heavens. And
when they rexid it clearly Prosperity reigned AU
was well with the world.
It's a far cry from the early Chaldeans to our own
twentieth century' a big- jump from Assyria of old
to our beautiful Tacific Slope, but a million good
Housekeepers from San Diego to the Canadian boun
dary, know this sign gasa guarantee of the purest
of all pure foods. Because it's the trademark of the
Pacific Coast Biscuit Company the largest pure
food concern west of the Rockies.
Swastika Biscuits every woman who believes in
helping along the Prosperity of the Pacific Slope
buys them insists on biscuits with the Swastika
seal Jj on the ends of the package. And every man,
woman and child should know that our trademark is
a "Good Luck" seal a token of Prosperity a sign
that "All's Well."
But mark this! We do not ask you to buy "Swas
tika" Biscuits because our factories are located in
Portland and the other cities of the Pacific Coast
we do not ask you to buy Swastikas because we pour
out a steady stream of gold in wages to the thou
sands employed in our big, modern, sunlit plants
we simply ask you to buy Swastikas because they are
the best biscuits and because they sell for the same
prices as competing lines, often called "Just as Good."
Remember, Ladies, biscuits are no better than the
ingredients from which they are made, and every
ingredient contained in Swastikas is so thoroughly
tested, before entering our bake rooms, that pure
food experts call our biscuits "The Purest of All
Then join the Prosperity Crusade right now! If
you're interested in an era of Good Times, such as
this Coast has never known before, begin by insist
ing on biscuits with the "Good Luck" sign on the
ends of the package the Swastika seal JLJcj
And you men you right royal boosters for home
industries join this crusade today. Wherever you
may dine insist on Swastika Biscuits stand by the
doctrine you preach.
Explain the meaning of this to the little folks.
Tell them to say Swastika this way, Swas-tik-a, and
let them know that this sign is an absolute guaran
tee of Biscuit Perfection.
All Grocers sell Swastika biscuits, both plain and
fancy. There's a Swastika Biscuit for every taste
and they all taste delicious.
Don't Ask for Crackers-Say "SNOW FLAKES"
Pacific Coast Biscuit Company
(No. 2 A)
STORM HITS PRESIDENTS
llrjd of flank and liar Aaaoc-latlon
Arr on Sick Mat.
The lat week of Tortland'a record
atorm brou'ht two presidents lo grief.
J. V. Hoot he. president of the Multno
mah Bar Association, and A. U Mills,
president of tb. First National Bank,
are the unfortunates.
lo removing snow from dralna and
making preparatlona for th. approach
ing thaw. Mr. Booth put Ir too much
hard labor Sunday, and In consequence
la at horn aufferlng from a temporary
breakdown that will keep him from
work for aeveral daya.
Mr. Mllla la at home with a badly
wrenched back, sprained In a fall on
th. Icy pavement last week.
POWER SITE ACTION TAKEN
Iltrod I'srmrr' Irrigation Company
rians to Prvrlop Holdings.
HOOD RIVER. Or- Feb. 7. (Spe
cial.) At th. annual meeting Saturday
of th stockholder of th. Farmers'
Irrigating Cewipany. a sylem cover
ing a portion of tna Wet Sid orchard
dietrlrt. the board of director waa ln
vtructed to appoint a committee to
finance the Improvement and develop
ment of a valuable power alt. on Hood
River controlled by the ditch company.
Only enoujh work will be carried to
hold tha powerslte,
On th board of director are: J. T.
Jeffery. T. F. Johnson. August Guig
oard. Charlea Reed. M. H. Nlckelsen.
A. C Biaten and A. Canfleld.
F.i-OrrRon.an Going; to War.
RF.XP. Or.. Feb. T. iSneHal.l Word
ha been received here that Ponald
Plandtnc. who lived In Bend In ll.
haa enlisted with the Canadian force
and will go to K'irope to light. For th
(Ml 2 lau FUalog aaa ea
I .'v , . His-, Jf . -oM-rr-CJV
1 a -
aiJIaw X N( Its F? V ,r Si
Jf"'w.,!k aNla T, W
' .. :-t,.CAvAvj'illi.a.iias""'"
f m- ....
atudylng art In Chicago. He visited In
balcm and Bend laet tiummer.
BIBLE GETS SCHOOL CREDIT
flan for Study I Outllnrd by Hood
HOOD RIVER. Or Feb. 7. (Special.)
Acting In conjunction with the stale
department of education, th Hood
River High School, through City Su
perintendent J. O. McLaughlin, haa
outlined to minister and Sunday achool
teacher of the city a plan whereby
in" .chool may glv credit for Bible
,lWnen th teacher certify that stu
dents have received a standing of 85
per cent In Sunday school attendance,
a scholarship of 5 per cent, the acbools
will give credits. The examinations will
deal only with English, geography and
North Rend Shipyard Gets New Job.
NORTH BEND. Or, Feb. 7. Spe
claD Th Krus Ai Banks shipyard
has made engagements for the full ca
pacity of the way and have Just com
pleted arranuements for building a sec
ond steam schooner of 131 feet for Blx
hy Clark, of Sn Francisco. The com
pany has the keel laid for a vessel of
about the same dimensions for the
same company. The new contract will
result In tho steady employment of 12S
workers for iibl to sisa xnontba, Thu
vessels will be of flr and white cedar.
The machinery will be installed at San
Land Opening Registration Set.
DAVENPORT. Wash.. Feb. 7. (Spe
cial.) It is reported that th registra
tion points decided upon for the open
ing of the Colville Indian reservation
the coming Fall are Spokane. Colville,
Omak. Wilbur and Wenatchee.
Grajs River Logging Is Resumed.
GRAYS RIVER. Wash., Feb. 7. (Spe
cial.) The Columbia Logging Company
resumed operations today, after being
shut down for more than a month ow
init to the severity of weather condt-
BACKACHE, PAIN IN SIDE, RHEUMATISM.
Dear Mr. Editor:
For a long time I suffered from back
ache, pain In left side, frequent urina
tion (bothering me at all times during
th day and night), and the uric acid
in my blood caused me to suffer from
rheumatism along with a constant tired,
worn-out feeling. I heard of the new
discovery of Dr. Pierce, of the Invalids"
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N'. Y., called "Anuric," and obtaining
these tablets I at once began their use.
After giving "Anuric" a good trial I
believe it to bo tne best kidney remedy
on the market today. I have tried
other kidney medicines, but these
"Anuric Tablets" of Dr. Pierce's are
the only ones, in my opinion, that will
cure kidney and bladder troubles.
(Signed) HENRY A. LOVE.
Sote Experiments at Dr. Pierce's
Hospital for several years proved that
"Anuric" is 37 times more active than
Lithia in expelling poisons from body.
For those aslly recognized symptoms
of inflammation as backache, scalding
urine and frequent urination, as well
as sediment In the urine, or If uric acid
in the blood has caused rheumatism. It
is simply wonderful how surely "An
uric" acts. The best of results are al
ways obtained in case of acute rheu
matism in the joints, gravel and gout,
and Invariably the pains and stiffness
which so frequently and persistently
accompany the disease rapidly disap
pear. Send 10c for large trial package
or go to your nearest drug store and
simply ask for a 50-cent package of
"Anuric," manufactured by Dr. 1'ierce.
If you suspect kidney or bladder trou
ble, send him a sample of your water
and describe symptoms. Dr. Tierce's
chemist will examine it, then Dr. Pierce
will report to you without fee or any
charge whatever. Adv.
tions. The Portland Lumber Company
will not be able to reopen yet. Tho
latter company has Its locomotives
stalled on its tracks several miles from
camp, with a landslide between the
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