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HEARING FOR HER SISTERS.
We Have Fitted Trusses for 49 Years
FDR APPLE IS AIM
y Our fitters are expert men and
: women, wno oy training ana ex
Crop of Northwest to Get
perience are qualified to make our
Guarantee of Satisfaction or no pay. A
properly adjusted truss should hold
the rupture with absolute comfort to
Wider Distribution Here
and Over World.
PORTS SOUTH TRAVERSED
the wearer. No fancy prices here.
RECENT PHOTOGRAPHS DEPICTING SUFFRAGETTE DISORDERS AND LEADER WHO GAINED A
Speculators Wlto Have Held Onto
yVuit Have Lost as Much as $500
a Car on Some of Their Apples,
Says Jfcw York Buyer.
NEW TORK, June 20. (Special.)
With reports of bumper apple crops
from nearly aii sections of the coun
try, fruit factors and representatives
of the Northwestern co-operative as
sociations are doubling their efforts to
extend markets abroad and Into all
sections of this country and America.
"Forewarned Is forearmed," says
Arthur Rule, general manager of the
North American Fruit Exchange. "When
people expect a year of bad prices, fre
quently their expectations are not real
ized. The ancle r.ron of the Northwest
will get wider distribution throughout
this country and the world than ever
"Through the year-round-office es
tablished by Mr. Gwyn, of the North
west Fruit exchange in London, a few
years ago. and through special rep
resentatives that we are sending to
open new markets, a greater percent
age of the fruit will go abroad than
In previous years. George C. Gaede,
for many years manager of the cabin
department of the Hamburg-American
line and now manager of the foreign
department of the Northwest Fruit Ex
change, sailed on the Van Dyke (the
same ship that took Colonel Roose
velt on his exploring trip). May 30, for
South America, where be will visit the
principal cities of Brazil. River Plate
and the West Coast of South America.
Mr. Gaede's trip- is one of a number of
personal investigations that will be un
dertaken. Work of Exchange Outlined.
"The work of the exchange will in
clude a Btudy of the possibilities of
more beneficial reciprocal tariff re
' velatlons, where duties are uneccessar
lly heavy; economical rates of trans
portation, and the arrangement of fa
vorable methods of financing ship
ments. - "The speculators alone are Interested
In buying at this season of the year.
The consumers prefer to wait until
they know more about the crop con
ditions and the quality of the fruit"
: R. F. Kellv. member of the firm of
Stelnbart & Kellv. who are the largest
- buyers, f. o. b, of Northwestern fruit
In New York, savs: "The speculators
who have hung onto their fruit have
lost as much as $500 a car on some of
their apples. However, this is an oc
currence to be expected. My partner,
Mr. Stelnhart, will be on the scene as
- usual, to buy apples.
"It is true that a large crop is re
ported from many sections, but if the
prices are made reasonable and the
markets properly extended, there is no
reason why all the fancy fruit cannot
be sold at paying figures."
' Merchant Started I,ow o Ladder.
Mr. Steinhart and Mr. Kelly, both of
whom are so well known to the apple
growers of Oregon and Washington,
owe their present success to their own
; efforts.. Both were "wagon boys," or
' peddlers, in their youth.
Mr. Horace W. Day, of the firm of
Sgobel & Day. who has just returned
from an extensive trip through the
AVest. has this to say of the crop
' prospects: - '
"In the Rogue River Valley, where
they put out 1100 cars of apples and
peurs last season, they will probably
not have over 800 or 900, cars this
"At Hood River they will have about
1600 cars, as against 900 last year
practically all apples. About 75 per
cent of these will be Newtowns and
"In Yakima section a heavy crop is
promised, about 10,000 cars. Of this,
7000 cars will be peaches and 700 pears,
. most of tbe latter Bartlets.
Dimage Done in East,
i "Coming East, I found confirmation
of the very serious damage done to
the growing peach croD in Connecticut,
New York, Ohio. Oklahoma and Texas.
They, were frozen out. The weather
was warm In December and January,
and became bitterly cold in February,
zero to SO degrees below; In some sections.-
Many of the trees were badly
; hurt. Michigan will have. 60 to 60 per
cent of a full crop, most of which is
.el ways marketed in the Middle West."
A small oanio.has seized the holders
of apples along Washington streets.
Winesaps and Newtons from the Pacific
. Northwest are much in evidence and
ere selling at the lowest price of the
. season, from S3 to $2.75 a box. The
explanation that Is given for apples
being at present a glut on the market
is that prices have been held too high
by the sDeculators.
The result has been that people have
refused to buv. and the speculators,
. with the arrival of apricots, cherries
: and plums from Florida and California,
' have awakened to the realization that
they must unload at any sacrifice.
FIRE ENGINE DEFEATED
Despite Recent Heavy Loss by
Flames, Bandon Votes No.
BANDON, Or., June 20. (Special.)
Despite the fact that the fire, which de
stroyed three .blocks of the business
district of Bandon lust week, was due
to Inadequate fire protection, the pro
posed ordinance to purchase a fire en
gine was defeated at the city election
here Thursday by three votes.
George P. Topping was elected Mayor
and E. B. Kausrud City Recorder. For
Couneilmen. L. P. Sorenson. H. C. Dip
pie. Stephen Gallier. F. J. Chatburn,
J. W. Mast and Carl Moore were the
An ordinance, authorizing the city
to take over the property and fran
chise of the Bandon Water Company
for $48,500, carried, as did "the ordi
nance providing for a one-mill special
tax for the support of tbe Bandon Pub-,
GRADE CROSSING REFUSED
Building of Highway at Skipanon
Above or Under Grade Advised.
SALEM, Or., June 20. (Special.) An
nouncing that the crossing should be
above or under Grade because the
thoroughfare is to be permanent, the
State Railroad Commission today de
nied a request of the State Highway
Commission for a grade crossing of the
Columbia Highway at Skipanon. Clat
Another reason assigned was that
the highway would be one of tbe most
extensively traveled in the state.
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DUCKED BY CROWD
Londoners Chivalrously Con
tent With Driving Women
ASQUITH RECEIVES WOMEN
Miss Panklitirst Barred, as Premier
Insists Ileal Workers Compose
Delegation Lloyd George
Plans Irish Compromise.
(Continued From First Psge.
instinn of the usual flght between
the police and the women, but tne pro
ceedings were orderly except Sor a
little roughness on account of some
workmen, who had -'come to see that
their women eot fair play." Their
presence proved to be quite unneces
sary as the deputation came in taxi
cabs' and was immediately received by
Tne Premier welcomed the members
tha .lAniitnt nn a a renreaantatlves or
an "association which disassociated it
self from the criminal metnoas 01 mose
who have done so much to damage and
put back the cause of women."
ir Aannith RxnlaJned that while It
had become necessary to suppress the
organized violence 01 tne militant suf
fragettes, the government had no de
sire to interfere with free speech or
the proper organiaation of opinion.
In conclusion. Sir. Asquith promised
consideration of the women's repre
sentations and said he would present
to Reginald McKenna, the- Home Sec
retary, the deputation's request for re
lease of Miss Sylvia Pankhurst un
conditionally. Premier's Assumption Repudiated.
The East London Federation of Suf
fragettes, of which the deputation
which visited Mr. Asquith are mem
bers, repudiated tonight the Premier's
assumption that they are opposed to
The federation adopted resolutions
declaring that the organization carried
on its militant fight for the vote in its
own way and explaining that Sylvia
Pankhurst did not accompany the depu
tation simply because she was too 111
Odessa Police Face Chaxges.
ODESSA, June 20. (Special.) Twen
ty Inspectors and sub-inspectors of po-
AGATB FOUND BY MRS. N. J.
MOORE, AT AGATE BEACH,
i HAS "MAN IN MOON."
Mrs. Moore's Agate.
AGATE BEACH, Or, June 19.
(Special.) An agate, contain
ing a half-moon and showing
clearly the "Man in the Moon,"
has been found by Mrs. N. J.
Moore, of Agate Beach. It is one
of the most remarkable agates
ever found, and here and at New
port and Nye Creek, where hun
dreds of beautiful agates are
found each year, the stone has
attracted great attention from
agate experts, and people gen
erally. The body of the stone is en
tirely white, except the image of
the half-moon, which is dark in
color. This shows off the half
moon clearly. In the accompany
ing photograph the moon does
not show nearly so clearly as in
the agate Itself, for the reason
that the camera magnified a
Blight line across the stone and
also made other lines in front of
the moon appear dark, which do
not so appear in the agate itself.
Mrs; Moorn found the agate on
Agate Beach, a short distance
south of Little Creek.
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Photo by Underwood & Underwood.
Militants and Male Sympathisers Re
sisting; I'ullce. Helow, syivia ru
lice, with other officials of the de
partment, have been suspended from
duty here and placed under surveil
lance pending an inquiry which will
probably result in a criminal prosecu
tion on a charge of systematio black
mailing. LINN COUNTY KEEPS BUSY
Picnic, Carnival and Chauta aquas to
ALBANY", Or., June 20. (Special.)
Beginning next Thursday, public events
of great interest will be in progress in
Linn County practically continuously
for almost a month. During that time
four bla- events will take place in
three different citleB.
The annual Linn County 'Pioneers'
picnic, always a big event in this part
of the state, will De held at Brownsville
from June 25 to June 27. inclusive. On
June 25 the Strawberry City Chau
tauqua will open at Lebanon and will
continue to and Inclusive of. June SO.
On July 1 Albany will Inaugurate a
four days' carnival, concluding; with
monster . celebration of tbe . Nation's
birthday on July 4.
Albany's fifth annual Chautauqua as
sembly will begin on July 8 and will
begin on July 8 and will continue
through July 19.
MIDNIGHT RIDE IS COLD
Two County Court Members Be
numbed After Trip on Speeder.
EUGENE, Or., June 20. (Special.)
Two members of the Lane County court
are today recovering from the effects
of a cold midnight ride on a gasoline
railroad speeder. The third member,
whom the others laughed at because be
carried an overcoat on a hot Summer
afternoon while they wore straw hats
and the thinnest of clothing, is now
Southern Pacific engineers, with
Ralph Moody, Southern Pacific attorney,
took the court on a trip to inspect road
crossings on the new Willamette-Pa-ciflc
line. They intended to go 13 miles,
but the ride was exhilarating. They
traveled S8 miles Into the Siuslaw Val
ley, and walked half a mile beyond the
end of the rails.
The party arrived home early this
morning: benumbed with cold on a ma
chine that balked on the return trip.
LARGE TRACTS FORFEITED
Government Takes 6000 Acres Sold
-by Railroad Company. '
Lands from the property originally"
owned by the Oregon - & California
Railroad Company, amounting to aDOut
6000 acres, which had been purchased
by the Keith Oil & Land Company.
Godfrey von Platin and the Kent State
Bank, were ordered forfeited yester
day to the United States Government,
by a decree signea Dy juoge woiver
ton. The two latter purchasers are
These suits are two out of about 15
cases being conducted by the Govern
ment. It was held by the authorities
that the railroad company violated an
act in selling large tracts to Indi
HOME INOrSTRT ESSAY AND
LABIiL CONTESTS CLOSK
Tho Orcsonlan'i Home Industry
Contest for June will end on Friday,
June 26L All competitors in tbe
essay contest must mall their manu
scripts so that they will reach ths
Home Industry Department before
that date. The subject for the essay
Is. "Why Oreson People Should Do
All Their Buying From Oregon Man
ufacturers. Everything Else BelnT
The essays should not contain more
than 00 words. Cereals, coffee, and
other articles used in the home may
Five prists are offered: First, $5,
second $2, 'and third, fourth and
fifth. $1 each.
The label-collecting contest will
end' rn the same date. Six prizes
are offered. To the person who col
lects the most labels, a prise of $10 .
will be given. The second prize is S.s
the third t-- One-dollar prizes will"
be given to the next three. All labels
must be taken from Oregon-made
Tbe variety of labels wilt count 50
per cent and the total number
r0 per cent.
Senators Would Put French
Launch Behind Oregon.
ROOT AUTHOR OF SCHEME
Washington Xotes, Retrospectively,
That Suggestion Comes From
Same Source as Surrender of
Rights In Canal.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, June 20. The battleship Oregon
is not to lead the procession of world's
warships through the Panama Canal
when ,that waterway is formally opened
by Congress, notwithstanding previous
assurances given by the President and
by the secretary oi me
others. At least it will not be legally
possible for the Oregon to lead this
procession if the House of Representa
tives passes a bill recently passed by
the Senate donating the steam launch
Louise to the French government.
TihA miirhtv onil hiRtOriC OreSTOU
must fall In line behind a steam launch.
and, moreover, tne vessel ioaumB
navies of the world through the canal
will not be an American vessel, but one
flying the flag of France.
Place of Honor Stipulated.
In a moment of sentimental hysteria
the Senate passed a bill presented by
Senator Root, of New York, appropriat
ing XROoo to natch ud the steam launch
Louisa and Dresent it to the French
government.- This little craft wa;
h.,11 in TtVunfA in 1885 and was em
ployed by the J"'rencn in tneir worn on
Rhe Panama Canal, and later, when
the United States took up the task, the
Louise was acquired with other French
TV, a Knni a k1 inul a 1 "that In 'the
fl.at 'fnwrrtal raramnnlul nnPTll II G- of the
canax tne piace oi nunvr uo numcu w
the said steam launcn, Dearing me nag
of the French republic."
Battleship to Follow oa Behind.
The bill, if passed by the House in
the form in which it passed the Senate,
would make it imperative to place the
battleship Oregon in line behind tee
steam launch Louise. Tbe ."place of
honor" is at the head of the procession.
' It is being remarked, in retrospect,
that it is only fitting that Senator Root
should propose to Congress that a
French vessel, flying the French flag,
should have the place of honor at the
opening of the American Panama
Canal, built by Americans and with
American money, since it was Senator
Root's speech which put the notion in
the mind of President Wilson that the
United States should surrender Its
rights in the canal at the behest of
CRATER SULPHUR COATED
Geologist Finds New Vent at Mount
Lassen Is Growing.
REDDING. Cal., June 20. A crust of
sulphur, from one to four inches deep,
was found on the rocks around the
new crater near the summit of Mount
Lassen today by Professor J. S. Diller,
the geologist who was sent by the
United States Government to investi
gate the recent activities of the old
Professor Diller returned to Viola
tonight- He said that the larger crater
appeared to be about 400 feet long and
200 feet wide, in tne snape or an ir
regular oval, and that it apparently
was enlarging toward the north peak
of the mountain.
Professor Diller will visit Bumpass
Hell Hole, neajr the base of the moun
tain, where hot springs are srtuated,
tomorrow, and Monday he will go to
Cinder Cone, a volcanio peak in the
neighborhood, where he made observa
tions some years ago for the United
States Geological Survey.
TEACHER BECOMES BRIDE
Young; Woman Who Merely Came
West on Visit Will Remain.
at. raw Or.. June 20 (Special.)
Coming West a year ago on a visit,
Miss Iran a. scow aeciaea 10 remain
in Oregon and teach school during the
Winter, and today she took up a per-
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cam" the Bride of Joseph M. Hayworth,
When she left ner nome in nymoutn,
Ind.. last Summer she expected to re
main in Oregon but a short time. But
while visiting relatives In Albany she
n f a rtnsitinn to tearh school
at Harrisburg. The romance which re
sulted- in todays wedding Degan soon
after she went to Harrisburg.
AIR MANEUVERS ARE FATAL
(Continued From First Page.)
the ground. Lieutenant riatz. when
.trirnted from the wreckage of the
aeroplane, showed faint signs of life;
hndv auivered and he seemed to be
making an effort to raise himself, but
almost Immediately he expired. All
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today for self-measure and fitting blank and booklet.
Woodard, Clarke & Go.
Wood-Lark Building Alder St. at West Park
the other aviators were killed on the
Military officers who witnessed the
disaster said the maneuvers had been
undertaken with instructions to carry
out as far as possible actual war con
ditions, in which an aeroplane was at
tacking a dirigible, tbe latter trying
to repulse the assault. The occupants
of both craft had been ordered to con
duct themselves as they would in an
actual aerial combat.
Eddy frans Balloon to Blame.
According to some experts the ca
tastrophe seemingly was caused by the
aeroplane's being caught in the eddies
from the ballon. They attribute the
accident to a species of whirlwind
caused by the airsi.ip s prp'r,
which drew in the smaller machine.
Archduke Charles Francis and sev
eral officials of the ministry arrived
KKCKNT AVIATION DISASTERS
PRODUCTIVE OF HJ&AVY
LOSS OF LIKE.
Approximately 4T5 lives have been
lost in aviation disasters since 190S.
Yesterday's disaster at Vienna was
the worst thlsyear, but there has
been heavy loss of life since Janu
ary 1. Following Is a partial list ot
those killed in 1014. in addition to
the Vienna disaster:
January 25 British aviator at
February 3 Two French officers
February Lieutenant Post, U. S.
A., at Baa Dleio. Cal.
February 18 Lieutenant McCurdy,
U. S. A., at Pensacola, Fla.
February 28 Two Turkish officers,
March 1 Two at Lyons, France.
March 11 Two British officers at
March 14 German officer at Ko.
nlssbarsr. April 1 Three at Bbeims, France.
May 8 One at Utlca, N. T.
May 9 Two German officers at
May 12 British officer and me
chanic at Aldershot.
May 15 British officer and Eer
(eant at North Alierton.
May 17. Two German officers at
May IS Two German -officers at
May 23 Two German officers at
June 4 Two British officers
drowned near Portsmouth.
June 5 French officer and soldier
June 19 Two. Army aviators at
am . v & cutia anH an aide de
camp of the Emperor also proceeded
there to seek information for his ma
jesty, and express the Kmperor's sym
pathy. Rumors are in circulation that the
dirigible's flight was irregular, appar
ently indicating some mechanical de
fect, but this has not been officially
Peasants Report Hearing Shrieks.
Peasants who were near at hand re
port hearing despairing shrieks of the
occupants of the gondola, as tne wreca
of the balloon descended.
ThA iKfiir! were horrified at the
sight. Nothing remained but a twisted
mass of half-melted metal framework,
in which the bodies were inextricably
entangled. Just beside it lay the aero
plane, completely wrecked, with the
hnilica of the officers firmly lashed in.
The motor of the aeroplane had stopped
and was burled deep in tne grounu,
while the dirigible motor continued In
motion. Identification of ths victims
was exceedingly difficult So fierce
had been the flames that all watches
and rings were eompletely melted, but
singularly the pocketbooks of Hofstet
ter and Brewer were almost intact.
Lieutenant Bachner, who was to hav.
made the trip, arrived too late to do
so. Another similarly fortunate man
was Fireman Galswinkler. who was
called back Just as he was entering the
WOMAN DELAYS VERDICT
One on Jury Takes All Mglit to rind
Vancouver Slayer Guilty.
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of murder In the first degree for killing
Dan urunas py snooting mm w nm.
. - u i. - -!...r will bn sen
tenced to imprisonment for life by
juage xsaca, proDsuij
The Jury that heard the case retired
. . i .......... v. th.lr final Argu
ments and pleas, and the 11 men that
night agreed that Qounagias was guilty
as charged, but a woman held out un
til After breakfast tho fDllowing' day.
Attorneys ior ine ucicubc -
, -t..l artA fuilino- in this, thev
expect to appeal the case to the Ku-
Gathering or Rubber Stamp xMen
Here 'ext Year Important Sesion. t
Additional information concerning
the annual convention of the Interna
tional Stamp Manufacturers, which Is
to be held In Portland In 1915. was re
ceived yesterday trom Buffalo, through
Chester A. Whltemore and V. 1L Uron
tier, delegates from Portland to the
present convention of the organisation.
The convention is a small sue In else,
but Important In its business charac
ter, as It includes In Its membership
ths proprietors of rubber stamp, seal,
dye and brass tag manufacturers of
the UDlted States and Canada.
Air. Bronner. who Is manager of the
rubber stamp dopartment of the lrwln
Hodson Company, has attended Nation
al conventions for years and each year
has pressed Portland's claims. The
Commercial Club each year has sup
plied 500 beautiful rose buttons as
souvenirs for member. It Is expected
that on account of the San Francisco
Exposition, next year's attendance In
Portland will be large.
Kussiau Vnlveraity Vrgcd.
BKRNK, June 20. (Special. An Im-
Worried Man writes: "Iet me say that
my condition puzzles and worries me. In
the last year 1 term to have been grow
ing old rapidly, though only 38. My food
and sleep do not recuperate my strength
and energy, and latly I have dmy
spells, trembling, headachos. loss of ap
petite, memory and hopelessness. De
spondency and worry over my condition
are ever present.'1
Answer: Cheer uo. set well and then
conserve your vitality by proper, temper
ate living. Otitain three grain rauomnne
tablets In sealed tubes with full direc
tions, use them and an agreeable, pleas
ing restoration should ensue to your
Mr. I,. C. R. asks: "Ijo you tMnk It
is possible to reduce my weiarht from
240 puunds to about 190 pounds'
Answer: It Is Impossible to ay Just
how much one can reduce until after
trying, but &-graln arbolone tablets
should be used according to directions
with each sealed tube, obtalnnbls at
most any drug store, if the flesh la
unnatural you should easily reduce as
J. K. O. asks: I am thin, angular,
weak and tired. What can I take to
improve my health, strengthen my
nerves and Increase my weight about
Answer: Take regularly with your
meals three grain hypo-nuclans tablets
t - v s
'M'v. i - ,.' iJ
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
taklsn according to d-rection. In . little milk or water J" ' 'i'n!f;
lates the flow of saliva for the digestion of starches and the aecretjon of gsstric
juice for the digestion of other foods, thereby improving the digestion and .sainy
ilation of the food and giving to the system its full proportion of nourishment.
For the aged, for those who are "run down,'' for perrons who are fI'7jT'
from stomach trouble, nervousness or similar ailments who need real puildrr
up of the whole system. Duffs is certain to bring quick renulta.
"Get Duffy's and Keep Well"
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portant conference opened here a f w
days ago In reference (o the foundu.s
of a Russian university In "wlisrlanl
It Is being attended by Russians of
irogresslvs and liberal Ideas Interest. ri
In the movement In favor of a Itussisn
university out of liussla. and also t"
profexsors and liusalsn tudiits frnm
sll the prlnrliial Western l.uiop. sn
universities. For some lime pest h
number of foreign students of li
universities has exreeded ths numbi r
Studruts t.lse Play In t.rotr.
MONMOUTH. Or, June SO. tHpecial
The seniors of Vim Oregon Normal
School a taxed "As Tou Like It" llm
week In the fir srov on ths rsmpn.
which was attended by an er.ll.nre of
100 from Monmouth snd surrounding
towns. The curtain f"r the ,lsy
made of a network of llmis and rn.n
Into tha trees. Tha grove was bril
liantly lighted for tne s'-.r.ea
The queatlona answeroj below aa
general In ihaia.'ler. the avmplnma or
dlei'aaea sr. given aul tha nsers will
apply in any case of similar nature.
Thoae wishing further adrlir. frer
mav address I". Lewis Heker. ollem
Hliiir.. 'oilee-l".llwood Me. I'avtii. '.
en loalnr eHr-aidre"e, stamped en
velops lor reply. V ull name and ad
dreis must be slven. but only Initial
or flrtltloua name wl'l ed In l"v
answers. The prescriptions can be
filled at any well-slocked tru- store
Any druggist can order vt wholesaler
sold In sealed packasea. hv druIM.
with complete, directions. These '.al'lrls
Improve the blond. Im-r nutrition
and strensthen the nervous system If
uaed regularly for several months.
P. U bxkb: "I have trie to cure dan
druff, luhlnr scalp, fallira hlr ami
baldness with numerous tonlr.. ele,
out in vain. v nst u u j wu rv-vim . .
Answer: I have been recommandlne
plain yellow minyol for tl.e past eeve.i
vears and scores of mr patients are de.
IlKhteri with the quick, pleasant action
of this remedy In slopping- Itchlns.
falling hslr. dandruff, etc. It glvea tha
hair health, lustre and visor aa nothing
else does. Obtain in 4-o. Jai s Willi fu.l
11 M. It. writes: "flt you plaaaa
prescribe medicine which will relieve
me of auch dlsireaaing symptoma nf
kidney and bladder, aa the followlnp:
Pains In small i.f bsrk. sorsnes In
reaiotl of bladder, fiaquent clla at
night but srsuty flow with pain, burn
ing and foul odor, puffing of limbs, fl'.
Answer: Those seeking relief from
kidney and bladder dleordere should
besln taking balinwort tahlets. a verv
successful formula sold In sealed tul.es
with full directions.
a a a
Mrs. N. B. H. aaks: "I suffer from
headache snd constipation periodically
snd my blood aeerra too thin, rsiislnc
languor and tired frelltia. I will thank
you to prescribe for me.'
Answer: Three srsln aulpherb ah
lets mot sulphur) a'e moat ffe live I"
relieving conatlpation, thlnnlna tha
blood, and removing the symptoma ot
languor, etc. 1 srivl.e you to besln
taking aa per rtlrei tlom with each
sealed package. Adv.