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THE SUNDAY OHEGOXIAX, rORIXAST. FEBRTJAHY C. 1916.
HILL BRIDGE. CROSSING COLUMBIA BELOW VAXVOUVEK. SnOWCNC
Y INTLR-BOCMl CONDITION.
GAP1TAL IS ENLISTED
TO EXPLOIT CROPS
Boise Named as Terminal of
Proposed New Road.
M m mm
Dr. J. H. Rcbnett, cf Albany, Is
Elected Chairman and By
law Committee Named.
ENGINEER MAKES REPORT
1171 ittt ! 'inrl.'i:
I Contract for North and South Line
f.EW MARKET PLAN SOUGHT
May Be Signed Soon Northern
Terminal' May lie Extended
Ereix Beyond Lewlston.
"-"-a . I 5 ?T
n-raiioa for De-velnntuettt of
UilUoM-u i:"oorrra and Ilcc
ognlllon la World Mar
ket I Dlacnt acd.
ALrVUNT. Or. Feb. reUI
To imp th fall k.n.f.1 of t' atvr-
l iltl iliia IB vViiraett vaiiey at
IB ll tigwitlo at a 'iJi:i
la take etet is iiia pror-r
rare -utioa (or vailar product la lb
woruia tuarkat u aeil work co
operatively tor t-aJ development, rep
resentative ef th Veiiay Cottmtrrul
ml County Courts at a meeting
Bar this afternoon LeaacheU a Bt
meat to af.'evl a parmaaent valley or-
rr. J. It Robnett. pre.Mc-et of the
Albany Commr-ll Club. Mltli4
licporirr chairman, and Otl II. Lark.
secretary of lb tam Commercial
Club, temporary secretary.
A resolution lOmmiSlM C. If. Staw.
ft. A.oaar: J. R I'TOtim to. Cntta-
;rti: L". & 1-atrharv. tha. Us: t:fn
Ji. lUHin. McUinavtll. and O. It.
I.ua:j. ".atem ta rommnlli"iv out
lia tha ork tha trtniudoa should
fliim 4 faa-tlaaa Dlecaaaad.
Ta dirnifa aa t tha protl
fn-tin ef IB e-rcattlsatioa occupied
ta rrsat.r part of tha afternoon.
Tk rMiutlou call for an orcanlia
Una l aa know a aa tha Wi.iamett
Veliey twveiopmaet ofltiin. a
ciearing-hoo.. fir ti Intarrtianca of
Maa mn-i Information ta r'H
naaaa for coneatretd effort la any
lie ef ava.cp man I work.
te:rtg tit tia pro.i.iet ef ti
Ttfuiameet Valtay r not reicivlne
tint actaatioa ta tha world's trtarkete.
in reoliiaae ! .marketm
ander a nl.'nrn tract. If roaslMe, It
la etaa4 ta work oat a system
a:;:a ta tar toaatla.
aa ta tvanj Cr C KaaV
Tt e aaaartaii 15 at l"er waa
avarkat for muck ef tba fruit ail r
trurk rai.sd ta tba alia
at nuu"i ef tar ana kla4 la predated
ta Bias haa.il.B it pro titb.e. Tb
f(nj4tlea prop.?! to arc tnfform
prediction, ta IB i4 tat a uniform
pfttvi mar pLa-a-1 ea tba nnarkat.
T'ia lauiac at literature, to sat a
tela a common Valla trade. mark aa4
sieaa. r aatoee? tba ether thins
Br4 la tha r.aol jtlooa.
Tba raaialutloaa ai calle4 f o - a kBl
farm effort la Unprolfi tha roada e
tba ila. promotio fa raloa work
aa4 ir eoa-aacri-i efferta cti:nin
Kcialatlos i aaaial la altaiatsa; tkeea
awatMalaaa) Caaaaaltte aaa4.
AraoaaT tba apaakara ea tba after
en a prfr.am ? J i. toraatt.
b. Aftnur U Martin. MrVlnairt:
A. J. Armtrnc. Crt'a ir-a; V. fx
faa-ier. IVabaaua. aal J. U WUlt, Al
A (omml'taa coaaiaief; ef H. C Iaa
ii. rort an.t. aa4 A. I. I'Ukar ae4
. IC. Stewart, waa eppolntatj a pra-
aara a coaatjtulloa ao4 lr'l
praace4 at tba aa.t raeeetar. wbtck
wilt feal4 la A.baar ea faturdar.
March It. All tba eoaimerrial ctuba
aat Count Court af the elebt al
lar aouatiaa wul ta lartta4 la ao4
rellawtaa Ike aftersoea aaaeioa the
'it.r war ruaata ef the Albaa
0aartUI Cluk at a kaaquet at tba
- ' w ILD.
.W.a ; .
tr- " ' '' .i t
.-n al.t i I 4 I I
1a .. atfcaAti
a I . I 7
-' . kw "
Tor-iioKM wmr.a mr. mow t i.rrx. ot"5 niRR of ice
ti:iow iiit uixk. iun-i;Miuiii to bkiuui.
30,000 RABBITS KILLED
rrsr i tccowito riTicr
Jtorr or cow tallct.
rvoaaaal Maka Ilala
Area tea: latere.
Market II WawM O
ONTARIO. Or, rb. t (5aUt If
tba rkttadatpbta aaaaoarturer wbo U
wiaklac a f-U kat fy -Nick" Siaeott.
Kapraaaatattae ta Coocraaa. flnda that
Orafoa Jackrabbita far ta aoitable for
tka earpoae. rair af Mr. Slaaott'a
eooautuaota la ilaibaor County will re-
ntca al tha aroea-t ef aaarkat for
tbalr Bloat prolific Itveatock. Hut thay
are aot waltlaa for tbat proapeel
tba are LausbtariBa tka rabbita la
Im ma bj 'Aatiti wblte the aaoar j
! en4 alaucbtartRa ta ccaxl
Tke tataet word froaa Coar Vallay la
that lb rabbit la practical: extinct.
Kuotine; partia acd aotaoaet bar
anua4a kava 4oa Ike bo.lnaaa. A
farmaar la I'.oolta, la Co Valt.y. aay
can Irararae tke esllre leactA of
in aaUey a4 a eotr tbraw or four
rabbit. Al OrUlnai time tbay could
c b ceaataeL.
Tb ftraun around Srecu. ea Wit
t-rar Creak, are al rapUllr amt.rtnlnat
inx tae paat. A abort wan aa two
drii.a ware cni; ii HJ.a Ware
ttaa aao) compat a.ooi arraaaaaL Tka
Ioir atria 14 ail tb ip.iu.t ef
elaace aai rnul. Hack a!4e ka4
Mr tbaa I J. '!) rabbit.
artber auutk ao4 wret. Iwar4 the
ftarar Covet tin. iratnuMlk effort.
ar eaina: aia4 ta comb tie rabbit
paat. Al rn:!nx CorJ. UooraniUe.
Oowtay. .u.l J-prma. Wal.oa and
Kr-r tbr ar aint a bounty ef S
caata a a' a en rabbita.
DOG'S ALARM SAVES LIVES
Aaarhaaai Mrrpa. tal TrrrVrr
Hark lira? ttaralas.
rtTTSfrfRa Ta.. Jaa. l roraat
I n. upia-. t!lraa weak e . ta
ar fl.ialit 1 bar axa,atar. fry. a fo
tarrlar. proeab' eaa4 34 par.oaa ta
a T.rtninti Kit.; (rera auUcallo
ta ecaar 4vy.
A wattikmaa at t!e b-x.1 w.et la as
BpetAi'e ruoea at 1 o'c oi la tba
Bioreiaa; f r abort Baft a after
clu- ba area .tn. by li. barks
f tba (o tarriar ba'k n4
f . trouk Ike a?par bo.:. a-a kio
Tb larktaar af tb trrir aakaaa4
lb4M ta tba kot.l. amufir wbona ware
It caarv cirta. cial aalr is tbalr kit
Tabaav Ail ware rescued, bat Bet until
Iss (Irl b4 a mnama by aasoks.
I'aatrr) t-lAT ItraJ at lfarrUbar:.
iurrr.4i!tT.a v. rab. ,.-..
r U-cr"ir Gr.n l V.troa llaomk
ai.i.ia aa effifial I la It. local (oJi.
ef t.at.ra Bear It Bint. fit
ln.m5.ft ware ! lal ta that roll, lia
fr.ita.nK vara srTt4 at tba cioe ef
HEW STORM FEARED
Thousands of Trees Near Van
couver Face Destruction.
ORCHARDS ARE HARD HIT
ClfT AsbIh IU fftlrr Sapplr and
I'liune an J Vomrr -rTlre la IIo
InX Itraanwd Attempt Made
to Thaw luilwa Ilr)d;.
tba corepUallon of tba 191J tairoll an4
It waa turnr4 over to tba Sberlff
wdnJay. Tba roll will ba open for
The total of tha IMS roll
or approximately f)I
than the roil for tha pre
Murk of Ibis increase la due to tha
additional levy necessary to make up
a deficiency In the senaral road tuna,
the appropriation for htebway work,
tha Astoria road district lery. and the
rraatioa of onion hlfh school and dlk
Ins- district funds.
Clatsop County plana to expend dur
Ine the present year tba sura of 1117.
2.7 for roads and brldcrs and 1151.-
:l for schools. Tbosa are tha sume
provided for by the general and special
tax levies as shown, on tha IMS tax
KOLSE. Idaho. Fab. S. (Special.)
Rolao will ba the southern termlnua of
tha North and South Railroad U us
financlera behind that projected Una
carr out their plana, while the con
nectlna link between .North ana souin
Idaho will ba extended (axmer norm
than Lewlston. This information was
contained In a letter received by Gov.
ernor Alexander from the engineer who
Inxnacted tha route, went back East
and Interested capital In It and wbo is
now awaltlnsr tha arrival of State ben
ator Jerome J. Iay In Chicajro to take
up slsnlng- a contract to build the road.
Senator Dnr Is a member 01 the norm
I South Railroad Commission. lie
left at the Governor' request for Chl
caco to carry on the negotiations.
In tbe last letter received by the
Governor from this engineer be says
"This Is to confirm my message to
you of tbe Itth. to the effect that my
self and associates have located the
money for securities on the proposed
North ac South Railroad, and request
ing representatives of this project to
coma here Immediately to negotiate a
contract for Dnancing with representa
tives of the syndicate wbo are here
"I regret that you are unable to
come here personally, but am pleased
to have you telegraph stating that the
chairman of tha commission having
this matter under consideration will
"It Is fortunate and also unusual
that we are enabled through our com
mendation of this project to obtain as
surances of the nature which we have,
without the preliminary work having
been completed. These parties are able
to furnish ail tbe money that Is neces
sary lor a Men-grade railroad, and
would desire It carried as far as Lewis
ton, and probably further north. On
the south It may be desirable to reach
Boise and southeast directly.
LODGERS GO 1,1 NIGHTIES
BLrB MOrSTilt IIOTEL. HISTORIC
LA CRA.DE STRtCTCRE, BCRX5.
Flrw Departaseat Daadlrapaed by Saew,
bat Maaaaree I Save All
VAXnrt,--:rt. WasJu. reb. fpe-
ciaLr Tb storm situation la Vancou
ver and vicinity was somewhat relieved
today, but late this afternoon It began
slaatinc and another storm la feared.
Thousand of tree ara Dow at In
breaking point and a few more pound
Bul4 tnaaa their destructlon.
Many prune orchard within a few
mt.ea cf Iba C.umbia Klver are from
i la Ti pr cent destroyed, the lops
having been broken out of tbe tree.
Tba arple and cherry trees, however.
ware aot Injured, being stronger and
able to stand tb strain. Tba orchard
Bear liaseideX seven miles out oa lh
Main-tret road north, escaped, bu
tbe Mill I'lala district suffered fceavy
a. In a distance of nine miles from
iTune Hill to Vancouver there are only
Zi telephone poles alaadlng.
Vancouver today started to el'sn up,
but a heavy snow fail moat of tba day,
nuking progreea uacertala and alow.
liiectrio power waa furnished to some
downtown district today and probably
most of them will have service by
Monday If the storm : rows no worse.
Tb I'artfle Telephone at Telegraph
Company bad li linemen here today to
asaist la the work. Klght hundred of
linea In Vancouver ara down.
Two or three blocks oa Main and
Washington streets were lighted up
last night and- more will be put lato
service tonight. Tbe second pump baa
been connected id with electric power.
so tha water situation 1 nearly normal
The North Bank roa1 had two ioco-
motivea ea Its big bridge bare today,
and with ateamptpae attempted to thaw
ce Ice off tbe dratrspan tbat It may
be c paced.
SCHOOL LOSS $40,000 ft
1II4TORIC ISSTTTtTIOS AT ROSE-
ISO TO BB REPLACED.
ASTORIA TAX INCREASED
Completed It II IIoll Is riaretl la
ASTORIA. Or- Feb.
romuAsn wow a called
r Uli tTIL
ara a. It aaapkrey.
Mr. Leak Miller Humphrey,
wife af At tor-aay a. & Itumpbrey.
ti4 at the family reaidanc. It?
King street, la tb Hanover
Apartment. January IT. follow.
Irg an t.Ioea ef aocn week.
Mr. Humphrey wa well known
la I'ortianl and la Oregon City,
where she Iive4 for several year.
tae was 3 years e.4 and leave,
beelj.e her husband, a mother,
let aiatera and a brother.
Arraaa-eaaewto Made far Traaaarary
Qaarlera and T3,0oe Balldlag
ItOSEBCRQ. Or, Feb. (SpeclaL)
The Lane High School building, which
waa burned here late Thursday nig hi
at a loea of approximately S4O.O00. was
one of tha pioneer educational Institu
tions of tloutbera Oregon. Tbe achool
derived Its same from the lata Oeneral
Joseph Lane. Oregon first Governor,
and one of the early jurists of Hose,
The original school bulldlnir which MILLS
occupied the site of the burned struc
ture waa erected In the early '(Oa and
was known aa the Roaeburg Academy.
It waa a rival Institution of the Wil
bur Academy, which waa closely con
nected with the early educational his
tory of Southern Oregon.
The members of the School Board
met In extraordinary session yesterday
and arranged for temporary school
quarters. Tbe necessary equipment will
be provided soon and It Is believed mat
work In tbe high school win ce re
umed some time next week.
Arrangements ar already under way
for the erection of a modern high
school budding to cost not leas than
StS.OOi). To erect this structure th
voters win be called upon to issus
bonds. Tba building probably will oo-
cupy ue same site as the burned struc
LA GRAND EL Or.. Feb. 6. (Special.)
By leaping from their beds and seek
ing safety through atalrways and aoc-
story windows, with scanty attire.
lodgers In the Blue Mountain Hotel,
ooden structure on Jefferson ave
nue, escaped in safety when the place
mysteriously caught fire this morning.
The fire department was handicapped
by drifts which stalled the fire true
but an emergency boae cart drawn by
horeea got the department on band In
time to save adjoining frame atruc
lures. On lodger sustained severe
burns on his hands and neck when cor
nered by the flames on the second floor.
11 leaped Into a anowdrlft, striking a
onlooker In bis fall.
Th place Is more or less a land
mark and baa often been on fire In
recent year. The loss was complete,
all furniture, and equipment beln
burned. Tbe origin Is not know
When discovered most of the bulldln
waa afire. Good fortune attended the
rescue of all Inmates.
"HE DID and
The Green-Eyed Monster Jealousy Has
Possession of Fatty! You Will See One
of the Greatest Comedies of the Year.
Remember, It Is New Absolutely
First Time Ever Shown. A Guaran
teed Laugh Producer.
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A New Courtesy Tea Served Daily in Our Handsomely Appointed Rest Room
From 3 t 5 P.M.
SOON TO RESUME
Snow Is Melting- Rapidly In Moan
tain Near Monmouth.
MONMOUTH. Or, Feb. S. (Special.
Owing to the fact that the "Chinook1
winds and warm rain which Is falling
are melting the snow In the mountains
rapidly, tho mlllmen and loggers in th
woods soon will be able to resume op
Most of the mills in the county were
forced to close because tbe loggers
could not work.
T. 31. C. A. Tax Kxemptlon Void.
FIRE LOSS IS 29,109
FORE9TER REPORTS BIG INCREASE
OVER PRECEDING TEAR.
OLTMP1A. Wash, Feb. 6. The Su
prune Court today, in affirming th
King County Superior Court, held un
constitutional the law of IMS. exempt
Ing Y. M. C. A. property from taxa
tion, on the ground that it was special
legislation. The law specifically ex
empted T. M. C A. property used wholly
or solely for religious purposes and
made no mention of property used for
religious purposes by other similar as
sociations or organizations.
Greater Part ef Damage Deae
praveeaeala la Jackaea aad Je
aepklae JT1 laeeadlarr.
MISSIONARY, WELL K.TOWN Ef
OREUOJi, LAI LI TO REST.
S (Special.) I J
iss Iaat year wa I T
with HS.iJS In J
SALEM. Or. Feb.
Orrgon forest fir toss
:V10). as compared
1H. according to the fifth annual re
port of Plata Foreatar Elliott, com
pleted. Of the total monetary
damage during IMS. IIS.7S5SO waa to
mprvvement. logs and logging equip
ment and lt.JSl.eii to at um page.
The greater part of the) damage from
fire Iaat year waa to Improvements.
moat of this being; In Jackson and Jo
sephine counties, Aa area of 109.404
arrea waa burned over Iaat year, but
only 2t,?iJ acrea was In merchantable
Tha sum of llt.J04.Jl was expended
during tbe year In fighting forest
fires. Timber owners paid 14011.11;
patrol associations tll.077.7T and the
tat 111(1 :i.
of the total of Hit flree during the
year til were of Incendiary origin.
SI from unknown cause. SS from
'gaining. Its from burning slashing.
i were caused by carelea hunters. l
by campers. Z I by locomotive. 41 by
toe, man and Zi by miscellaneous
Springfield Hold Hygiene Meeting.
tipRINO FIELD, Or, Feb. S. (Spe
claL Three hundred men attended
meeting here bald und.r the auspice
f th Oregon social Hygiene Society.
tr. W. C Heshart presented a paper:
M. C Preaaleh talked on tha conditions
of eprlngf 114. and IC K. Hamilton, of
ugene. also spoke. The local com
mute in charge wse continued and Is
omroaed of 1L L. Kirk, superintend-
nt of school: fx it Kessey. ra.hier or
he Commercial Rank, and Dr. J. K
Tha Lerd Varor of Leadoa receitas a sal-1
arr at l.0.- a yaac. 1
if i j
Re. Calvta M. Bryaa.
ALBA NT. Or, Feb. 5. (Spe
claL) Rev. Calvin SI. Bryan,
whose death and burial took
place here this week, was one of
the beat-known missionaries of
the state, having resided here
approximately Si years, and es
tablished churches at scores of
towns, white he conducted serv
ice in almost every hamlet of
Many clergymen who had been
Identified with Mr. Bryan In bis
ministry attended the funeral
services here. He Is survived by
a widow and several children.
Star of "Ben Hur," Supported by Gladys
Brockwell, in D. W. Griffith's Powerful
Story of the Cotton Mills.
A Vital and Absorbing Drama
of Capital and Labor
The Theater of No Disappointments
Sixth and Washington"
ROSEBUfiG PIONEER DIES
EDW7X 31. MOORE ENDS LIXE
REVOLCTIOJf ART OFFICER.
Native of Maine Came Weat Via Istb
snas af Panama In IS 19, EBxaxlac
in Mining aad BasLneaa.
ROSEBURG, Or, Feb. 5. (Special.)
Edwin Marshall Moore, one of Rose
burg's earliest residents and its oldest
citizen, who died here late Thursday
night In the dwelling which he erected
In'ISSS, wa the last of a family of
eight children, and is 'said to end
line who trace their ancestry to Major
John Moore, who participated in the
battle of Bunker Hill.
Mr. Moore was born in Maine No
vember 25. 1824. and left that state in
1349 for California, where he engaged
In mining. He made the trip via the
Isthmus of Panama.
In the Fall of 1850 he came to Ore
gon and located at Oregon City, then
the metropolis of Oregon. He left there
later and went to California, but re
turned to Oregon and took up a dona
tion land claim at French settlement.
In Douglas County.
He farmed there until the year 1855,
when he moved to Roseburg. He then
opened a harness store and furnished
tho early settlers of this -vicinity with
supplies for a number of years. His
store was located near the old Mc-
Clallen Hotel, the pioneer hostlery of
Mr. Moore was a charter member of
the Fhiletarian Oddfellows' Lodge, of
this city. In spite of his 91 years, he
spent much of his time in the open.
Occasionally he enjoyed a trip to the
Mr. Moore Is survived by his aged
wife, a daughter. Miss Lillian, and
George Kimball, son-in-law.
ery paid during the year for butterfat
an average of 30.4 cents a pound.
The plant is of concrete. Its pro
duct is rated near the top of Washing
ton creamery products and the 'Che
halls" butter, by which name the out
put is branded, is one of tha most pop
ular sellers after it has been used
once. T. J. Long is president and
manager of the company and C. B. Per
kins secretary, with W. S. Short treasurer.
WOMAN DIES AFTER LODGE
Sirs. Seymore Becomes III Suddenly,
I Rushed Home, Expires.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Feb. 6. (Spe
cial.) The funeral services of Mrs.
Seymore. wife of M. O. Seymore, were
conducted at Knapp's funeral parlors
ast Friday by Rev. Templeton, of the
First Presbyterian Church, of which
he was a member, and by the Ladies
of the Grand Army of tbe Republic
She walked a long way to the Grand
Army of the Republic meeting janu
arr 25. but she had never missed a
meeting, and took her place in the
unlor vices chair. trie oecame ill
uddenly. a taxicab was called, a doc
tor summoned and she was rushed
home, expiring soon after reaching
home. Interment waa made in the
City Cemetery, beside her son, who
died in the Philippine Islands.
Centralis Band Elects Officers.
CENTRALIA. Wash., Feb. C (Spe
cial.) The newly organized Centralia
Concert Band last Sunday elected Joe
Lucas manager and Robert Houston di
rector. The other officers elected in
elude Gae Dennis, president: Fred
Acker, secretary, and Eli Bannse
treasurer. "The Follies of 1916," i
home talent musical comedy, was re
peated Wednesday night in a local the
ater for the benefit of the band.
roads committee of the local Commer.
cial Club, has appointed several sub
committees. One committee will have
charge of the Pacific Highway work,
another good roads in general, and the
third will confine its efforts to good
Douglas Plans 1916 Road Work.
ROSEBURG. Or., Feb. 5. (Special.)
With a view of taking up the road im
provemont work early in the Spring,
Henry Harth, chairman of the good
CREAMERY' PAYS $55,677
Receipt by Chehalis Plant
Year Are $70,647.
CHEIIALIS. Wash., Feb. 5. (Spe-
lal.) The annual report of the Lewis
County Co-operative Creamery, located
In Cbehalis, shows that 248.220 pounds
butter were sold. Butter sales
rought in S70.647.61. The farmers
produced lor the creamery tja.bi.oa
orth of butterfat and for the year a
not profit of 2400 is shown. The cream.
F v -J
Dr. B.L Wright
Don't grudge your teeth the best
service procurable. You will have
only, one set of teeth. Treat them
accordingly. My 20 years' experi
ence is at your -disposal at mod
erate prices. My skill has never
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT
North went Corner Sixth and Wash
ington, Northwest Building,
l'honea Mala 2119, A Still).
Office Hoars, 8 A. 91. to 6 P. M.
CO! OUT MEATS
Uric Acid in Meat Excites Kid
neys and Irritates the
Noted Authority Says We Must
Flush Kidneys With Salts
if Back Hurts.
We are a nation meat eaters and
our blood is filled with uric acid, saya
a well-known authority, who warns u
to be constantly on guard against kid
The kidneys do their utmost to free
the blood of this Irritating acid, but
become weak from the overwork; they
get sluggish; the euminative tissues
clog and thus the waste is retained in
the blood to poison the entire system.
When your kidneys ache and feel like
lumps of lead, and you have stinginS
pains in the back or the urine is cloudy,
full of sediment, or the bladder is irri
table, obliging you to seek relief dur
ing the night; when you have severe
headaches, nervous and dizzy spells.
sleeplessness, acid stomach or rheuma
tism in bad weather, get from your
pharmacist about four ounces of Jad
Salts; take a tablespoon! ul in a glass
of water before breakfast each morn
ing and in a few days your kidneys
will act fine. This famous salts is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
Juice, combined with lithla, and ha3
been used for generations to flush and
stimulate clogged kidneys, to neutralize
the acids in urine so it is no longer a
source of irritation, thus ending uri
nary and bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
Injure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink, and nobody can
make a mistake by taking a little oc
casionally to keep the kidneys clean
and active. Adv.
PAIN IN BACK, MISERABLE ALL OVER.
Dear Mr. Editor:
All last Win tar I suffered from a ter
rible pain in my back. I felt miserable
all over, and could not walk but a short
distance. Was unable to work and did
not sleep well at night as I was
obliged to arise frequently. I learned of
Dr. Pierce's Anuric, that cures snclrT
troubles, and sent to him for a trial
package. This relieved me of getting
up at night in a short time, and I have
gained considerable. I am better now
than I have been for some time; sleep
better, have less rheumatism and do
quite a lot of work for a woman of
my age. I had brick-dust settlings in
my water before using "Anuric," now
there is none.
Kindly print this letter, it may help
some one else who buffers as I did, or
(Signed) MRS. ELLA A. GARRISON.
Note Every man or woman ought
to use occasionally, a proper remedy 1
for the headache, backache, languor,
nervousness and depression to which,
he or she may be subject. When tha
kidneys r.re weak or diseased, theso
naturai filters do not cleanse the blood
sufficiently, and the poisons are car
ried to all parts of the body. There fol
low depression, aches and pains, heavi
ness, drowsiness, irritability, head-
aches, chilliness and rheumatism. In
some people there are sharp pains in
the back and loins, distressing blad
der disorders and sometimes obstinate
dropsy. The uric acid sometimes forma
into gravel or kidney stones. When
the uric acid affects the muscles and
joints, it causes lumbago, rheumatism,
pout or sciatica. This is the time to
try "Anuric," the new discovery of Dr.
Pierce for kidney trouble and pains in
back and all over body! Write Dr.
Pierce, send 10c for a large trial pack-
age, or ask your druggist now 105 a
50c-ent box of "Anuric"? Adv,