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Four Uaalia horn Union Itopol. Two Mur ha
from Now I'.ioloffira MtaUrn ami «reproof
lO o o o a a a a a a o a a a a a a a o A A a o A o
(too* tuo maialilo nanna. Halao fio lo H.IIU.
I MAS i IIIll’HIN Manana«
I Walter Hrubsct was arrested .Satur
d a y at Medford, for failure to support
| his four children, ranging from 2 to 11
| yenrn old. On failure to supply $500
bail he was given a room in the county
O n « » h iim I m n I « m l s ix t y H v* l<i*»m s. « I I M oriavn
liTU»rt>v» '"‘,,,u f'"* p I miiim on ovary ftour.
Hmiméi 75c lo $1.50 por days $2.50 lo
The Corvallis fire department waa
$5.00 por wook.
presented with a service flag Wednes
(«»urthoUM. V blwli* fft»m l'astntTli'«. day. The (lag contains 27 stars, one
ITIra 1‘ruof H »* ami Ul^wi Klar«»U» |»o** door,
o f them being o f gold to represent the
death of George Watts, of Company
K, who died o f pneumonia in France.
Arc mail« from your 014) CAK-
PUTS. Hn|f Itu^a woven all ■Ilea.
Mail orders receive |irofii|>t ami care
ful attention. Keful for booklet
INORTHW KST RUC CO.
E. 8th and Taylor St».
, ELECTRIC MOTORS
The county court at Pendleton will
lie required, under three auita filed
against the Spokane Flouring Mills
company, to determine the damages
Buttered by three Umatilla county
farmer* whose grain last year did not
come up to expectations.
Edward I). Pierce, the 15-year-old
u Bought, .Hold, Rented end Repair« m I son o f Mr. and Mr*. A lfr e d D. Pierce,
* w a i . k k k n.wrniit: wok km o f Blind Slough, near Astoria, fe ll olT
Hurnald«. cor. U»th Portland, Ope.
a logging train on Larkin-Green road
Tuesday evening and waa run over and
|m badly crushed that he died before
Inedicul attention reached him.
TH E V O G E L
«O D U C E CO.
The llumburg Manufacturing com
Will guarantee y«<u I a» market I’rira* at all times pany, of Mount Angel, has ahipped a
for ytr*r Veal. Ilona. Poultry. Ktrga. Mutter, lildee, car of »16.«00 tent atakea which they
Ktcu If you hav* not ahlppail to ua, try ua.
made for the government.
112 F ro n t,
P O R T L A N D , O R . still working on an order o f 120,000 to
be delivered later.
Up to thla time
they have shipped 475,000 stakes.
Poultry. Butler, Kg|l
and Farm Produce.
lid Kallabla f r a n i l o « Iwuaa w ith a
rent »ni u< 46 yeora of tiii:*rr Deallnea. and
baoaaured uf TOP M ARKET PMiCES.
5-47 Proal Htreel
Portland. Ora peo
Nidus, Pills, cS K r Wool & Mohair
« ..a t w U
lito to flan aaj Stem '•<>
T HE H. T. NORTON CO M PAN Y,
Part',ad. Or«., Sentile. Wn, ll.-lltn* hem. Wn.
They Alwaya Do.
The druggist (lied amt face to face
With I ’eter at the entrance atood.
Halil Peter: “ T ry the other place;
“ Yoil'll doubtlcaa aay Ua ‘Juat aa
If every one haa hia war aim cor
rectly, let'* ahoot.— New York Bun.
“ I here can't be many rumor* In the
air et thla place."
**\\ by notT"
*T »cause the atmosphere la too
BIG, STRONG CHICKS
We Want Immediately
S k u n k
M O LE
M IN K
A N D O T H E R FURS.
Prices aré higher than ever.
Send tor Haw Fur prior list today.
H. L1EBES & CO.
Raw Fur Dealer» and Fur Manu
149-151 Broadway, Portland, Or.
W e Pny the
Guarantee quick returns; charge
no commission. Make trial shipment
and get the most for your FURS.
N. M. UNGAR CO.,
B U Y
D I R E C T
By bnylng direct from na at wholesal« price«
and aare the plumber’s profit*. Write a* to
day your need*. We will glee you our rock-
bottom “dlrect-to-you” priced, f. o. b. rail or
boat. We actually nave you from 10 to 86 par
eanL All good* guaranteed.
North wee t headquarter* fot [«coder Water
and Fuller A Johnson Engine*.
STAR K -D AV IS CO.
SI 2 Third Sir «at.
P. N. U.
No. 8, 1918.
Plinth (he Kidney* at one« when
Hack hurts or Hludder
No mao or woman who eats meat
regularly can maka a mistake by
flushing the kidney* occasionally, says
a well known authority. Meat forms
uric acid which clogs tha kidney pores
so they sluggishly filter or strain only
part of the waste and poison* from
the blood, (hen you get sick. Nearly
l all rheumatism, headaches, liver trou
hie, nervousness, constipation, dlzzl-
' ness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders
come from sluggUh kidneys.
The moment you feel a dull ache In
(he kidneys or your back hurts, or If
the urine la cloudy, offensive, full of
sediment, irregular of passage or at
tended hy a sensation of scalding, get
shout four ounces of Jad Halt* from
any reliable pharmacy and lake a
tablcspoonfiil In a glaa* of water he
fore breakfast for a few days and
your kldneya will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon Julco, combined
with llthta and haa been used for
generations to flush clogged kidney*
and stimulate them to activity, alao
to neutralize the aclda In urine eo It
no longer causes Irritation, thus end
ing bladder disorders.
jad Halts la Inezpenslve and can
not Injure; make* a delightful effer
vescent llthta water drink which all
regular meat eaters should take now
and then to keep the kidneys clean
and the blood pure, thereby avoiding
serious kidney complications.— Adv.
W ells has advised the Ford Car Own
ers' Protective association, o f Chica
go, which is transacting business In
nr! land and other points o f the state,
to either comply with the insurance
laws o f Oregon or cease doing busi
Freeman was visiting at his grandpa’s
home, and as he was a mlachlevoua
Seven hundred Lans county farmers little chap, waa constantly being told
survey ' Don't do thla," and “ Don't do that."
Finally, with a look of disgust on his
blanks, in connection with the plan of face, be climbed up Into a chair and
government to obtain asked seriously, "W hat can a fella do
knowledge o f food resources. Saturday In this house, anywayV — Exchange.
night, according to a statement made
by County Agricultural Agent N. S.
W inter 8kepticiam.
When touched by frost, the waters
Out o f 17 men examined last week
The Ice, at leaat, should be quite cheap
by the Umatilla Medical Advisory
Yet human faith hai failed a lot
board, only five were passed for serv And something tell* us it w ill not
ice. The county examiners, on the
— Washington Star.
other hand, have had a much better
record, for, out of 20 examined Wed
nesday, only one was referred to the
"H ow very fluent your parrot la."
“ Yea; I always hang hla cage up In
the room when my w ife's lub meets
O. O. Calderhcad, o f the Washing here.” — Baltimore American.
ton Public Service commission, haa
been designated by the Oregon com
mission to represent It at a hearing to W H EN IT LOOK8 DARK to any weak
or ailing woman,
be held in Chicago within a few days
by an In. 'rstate Commerce commis
sion examiner to reopen '.he question
comes to her help.
o f rates on glass bottles from the east
For "fem ale com
to the Pacific Coast.
plaints,” pains, in
U ». E ie — They sometimes call vo-
al l-iaaona “ voice placing."
E - » —That sot W ell, I wish you'd
*k i hat girl downstairs to please place
In the foreclosure o f delinquent tax
or voice across the street Instead of certificate* issued to counties, service
l ovr alrshaft.''— Brooklyn Citizen.
can be obtained on delinquent taxpay
ers by publication alone. Attorney
General Brown held Wednesday in an
Is thn rrault of using Peta opinion to District Attorney Biggs, of
luma Incubators and Mro><d- Harney county. But the attorney gen
•rs. That'« the kind you eral emphasizes the point that this
Writ« for our big
opinion applies only to cases in which
Free Catalog No. 60.
the counties themselves are bringing
PTAIUMA INCUBATOR CO.
Petaluma. California the foreclosure suits.
tion or ulceration,
sations, and all
c h r o n i c weak
nesses and de
Is tne proven remedy. It's the only
one so sure that it can be guaranteed.
"F avorite Prescription” will benefit or
cure, in the case of every tired and
An easily procured vegetable pill Is
made up of May-apple, the dried Juice
of the leaves of aloes, and the root of
Jalap, made Into a tiny pellet and coat
ed with sugar. It was first put into
ready-to-use form by Dr. Pierce nearly
50 years ago. Almost every drug store
in this country sells these vegetable
pellets In vials for 25c— simply ask for
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet*. They
have Dr. R. V. Pierce stamp.— Adv.
A drive has been started throughout
the state to secure information nbout
farm crops and farm labor conditions,
Follow-up letters have been
-ent to all o f the granges, farmers’
unions and others interested through-
u "lithe slate, to get this informtion in
'.shape and forward it at the earliest
possible moment so that it will be
ready for compilation within the next
two weeks if possible. The labor com
"A re these hats fe lt ? ’
"Frequently, mum. but we don't like
missioner hopes by this census to have
a complete and accurate estimate of ail It. 1 can tell you."— Louisville Courier-
crops in the state upon which to base Journal.
an estimate o f the amount o f farm la
Cuticura Stops Itching.
bor needed to handle the crops for the
The Soup to cleanse nnd Ointment to
soothe nnd heal most forms o f Itching,
Information which has been received burning skin untl sculp affections.
in Salem is to the effect that the ¿rest Ideal for toilet use. For free samples
Horst Brothers' hop ranch near Inde address, "Cutlcurn, Dept. X. Boston.”
pendence, said to be one o f the largest Sold hy druggists nnd by mall. Soap
in the world, will be converted largely 25, Ointment 25 nnd 50.— Adv.
into a vegetable ranch and that the
dryers w ill be used for evaporation o f
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets are best for liver,
vegetables. It is stated that 400 acres bowels and stomach. One little Pellet
o f the ranch are to be leased for vege for a laxative—three for a cathartic.
W. S. Brown, Oregon Agricultural
"T h e tenor who sang last night re
college extension specialist, w ill open
minded me of a pirate.”
a pruning school in Dallas next Wed
“ Why so?"
This school is to
"Because he did murder on the high
illustrate the pruning o f the Italian C's.”— Baltimore American.
prune tree in the form ative period in
the young orchard and also the pruning
W henever there is a tendency to
for fru it in a bearing orchard.
Reju constipation, sick headache, or bilious
venating o f old orchards also will be ness, take a cup of Garfield Tea. A ll
given some attention.
Fire which apparently started from
an overheated forge Thursday night
damaged tools and machinery in the
welding and machine shop belonging
to H. R. Riley, o f Bend.
ing was saved.
A Dangerous Guest.
"Th at fellow prides himself on being
thorough. W herever he goes he get»
to the bottom of things."
“ Then please don’t Invite him on
our yachting trip."— Baltimore Am eri
Miss Eunice Ramsdell ahipped on
HAVE TOU A SWEETHEART
Monday’s outgoing train the last two
Son or Rrother in romp or trwinln« for defense!
o f the four boxes o f ready-to-wear lieu. mull him a parka«« of Alton'. Foot Eaar.
clothing contributed by citizens o f j the antiseptic Po«d«r for Ttrad. Achins. Swol
len Fret. an<1 prrventa blister* and aore .pot*.
Cove and vicinity for immediate relief Makea walkina eaay. Sold everywhere. 2Sc.
of destitute Belgium children and
A Fine Example.
T o keep a-smiling we are told
And that Is good advice. I hold.
The Beaver Cement company, o f
The Jack-o lantern Is In style;
Gold H ill, has announced that it is
You can not beat his cheerful smile.
ready to make delivery o f four carloads
— Louaville Courier-Journal.
o f lime to farmers in Corvallis. The
price is $4.55 per ton in bulk and $7.55
in sacks, with a rebate o f 124 cents
for return o f sacks.
Spot Cash we will Pay!
W e d o N ot C h arge Commission.
Miss Evelyn Hanks, o f Perdue, a
small aettlement in Douglas county,
has the distinction o f being the largest
stamps, having purchased $500 worth.
A campaign is on among the school
children o f Roseburg for the war cause
and many are investing.
We arwTpayinir a* follow* for fat produca:
Presaed pork. 20c.
Small d r*«a«i real. ISc.
Big ilreused veal up to 300 lb*., 14a
Live chickens, 22c
Live rooster*. ISc.
Small drenaed goat*. 12c.
F R A N K L. S M IT H
WILL YOU BE ONE?
M E A T C O .,
"Fi«h tin* th« Beef Trait."
228 Aider SL,
PO RTLAND , ORE
Thousands of thoughtless people neglect colds every winter.
A cough follow*; they get rundown then stubborn »icknes* set* in.
Sickness can be prevented easier than it can be cured and if you
will give your system the benefit of a few bottles of
Cut out tha follow in g rocipos end
pasta thorn in your cook book to h«lp
T h ey ha v e boon
thoroughly tooted by instructor» and
apecial lecturer» in the department
of homo econom ic» st the Univeraity
o f Washington.
Nut Loaf With Orange Sauce— l c j
English walnuts (ground), 2 c bread
crumb«, 1-8 c butter (melted in 4 c hot you will find your whole system strengthened. It will fortify your lungs
and throat and enrich your blood against rheumatism. It is
water), 1 egg, 1 tb melted butter (sub
stitute) and $ c hot water for basting.
powerful concentrated nourishment without alcohol or opiates.
Add nuts to bread crumbs. Pour melt
D on’t neglect taking Scott’» — o o m m o n c o today,
ed butter over well-beaten egg. and
Th* Imported Norwectan cod liver oil always naed la Scott's fra.list no U now
mix with nut* and bread. Form into i
refined ta oor own American laboratorica which «uarantec* tt free from tioparities
loaf, and bake on buttered pan for one -1
Scott a Sown*. H loom fie Id. It. I.
Baste with butter and
water. Serve hot with sauce.
VAUGHAN’S PORTABLE! DRAG SAW
Cuts 20 Cords in 10 Hours
Orange Sauce — 1 tb butter substi- j
tute, 1 tb flour, 2 tb ground nuts, 1
orange (diced pulp and 4 grated r in d ),>
1 c water. Blend butter substitute
Add ground nuts, orange,
and water. Boil until well mixed, and
do not strain.
T H E O R IGIN AL. T H E LIGHTEST. T H E ”
STR O NGEST. H A S M A N Y IM ITATO R S.
B U T N O E Q U A L S .. Write far Inform al«.«.“
P O R T L A N D . O REGO N.
Princeton Cheese— 1 c esnned tom s-1
toe*, 4 ts soda, 2 tb butter substitute,
VVtSTERN TtiUCK ATTACHMENT
1 ts made mustard, few drop* onion;
juice, 2 tb cornstarch, 1 c milk, 1 lb.
grated cheese, 1 egg beaten. Cook the
tomatoes five minutes, add soda and;
Cook butter substitute and
Ad d tomato.
Remove from fire, add milk, cheese,
W ashin gton and O regon.
muBtard and onion juice. Add egg.
Do not stir much.
Serve on toasted H ere’s G randm other’s R ecipe to The most vital point o f a truck attach-
D a r k e n an d K e a u t ifv
! ment is the bearings. The Western is
graham bread for lunch.
D a r k e n a n a it e a u u iy
the only truck attachment made with a
Faded H air.
Two-inch Timber. Bearing. Other spe
Shrimp* a la Creole— 1 c shrimps (or
cifications in port on.
salmon or tuna fish) 1 c, boiled rice, 1
Why Buy an Inferior make?
That beautiful, even shade o f dark,
heaping tb butter
substitute, 1 c
. J . L O R M O R , Factory Dis’rOo’or.
minced celery, 1 onion minced, 1 can
Porttond. O r e ««* .
tng a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul S33-3S Utm Sew,
pimento, 1 c milk, } c catsup (not too phur. Your hair la your charm. I i ------------------------------------------------
Boil all together for f e w : makes or mars the face.
When 1» U//,,, p n n High Prices for C o o n « ?
Add | c catsup, and boil fades, turns gray or streaked. Just *n * * n y 1 u y
— = =
again. Serve hot in pattee shells or on application or two of 8age and Sul Send ns t> end receive br return m»U S3 «rorth st
phur enhances Its appearance a hun retail p n e *o f w ««h and Hand Soap«. to«*th*r
a r e d r o la .
Peanuts and Onions — 2 qt cooked
onions (steamed or boiled), 4 c pea
nuts, roasted and chopped, 2-3 qt white
sauce, Balt, pepper. Put one-half the
peanuts into the white sauce and mix
this with the onions. Sprinkle the
remaining half o f the peanuts on top.
Quantity: 10 servings.
County to Vote on Road Bonds.
Olympia— The county commissioners
have adopted a resolution setting
March 26 aa the date for the county
election to determine whether or not
$600.000 worth o f road bonds shall be
issued, the money to be used for pav
ing the strip o f unpaved road on the
Olympia-Tacoma highway and on the
other main county thoroughfares. It
is planned to pave the rest o f the T a
coma road at once if the bond issue
carries. Provision also is made in the
bond issue fo r a concrete bridge over
the Des Chutes river in Olympia.
Boosts Meat Production.
Colfax, Wash. — B. E. Smead, the
pig club specialist for Eastern Wash
ington, is traveling through Whitman
county, visiting schools and commer
cial clubs in the interest o f general
club work, especially live animal clubs.
Don't bother to prepare the mix
ture; you can get this famous old re
clpe improved by the addition of other
Ingredients for 50 cents a large bottle.
all ready tor use. It Is called Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound.
can always be depended upon to bring
back the natural color and lustre of
Everybody uaes “ W yeth’s” Sage and
Sulphur Compound now because it
darkens so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell It has been applied
You simply dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw thla through
the hair, taking one small strand at
a time; by morning the gray hair has
disappeared, and after another appll
cation it becomes beautifully dark and
appears glossy and lustrous.
ready-to-use preparation is a delight-
ful toilet requisite for those who de
slre dark hair and a youthful appear
ance. It Is not Intended for the cure
mitigation or prevention of disease.—
The Final Reason.
O fficer (w ea rily )— Now Smith, you
have already had leave because your
w ife was 111, because your little girl
had measles and because you had to
attend the christening of your young
est son. What— er— what Is It this
Private Smith (b risk ly)— P-please,
sir— I— I'm going to get married.
Over 1000 Satisfied Owners in
with Auto and Furniture poll*he* and lo r a prara-
¡um, the Formulas to make at home at very lew
eo«t. Writ* today,
. —, w r . i p
/ ir \
a C. O( F ■ D t llr v x . , U U . | m e
94 Eleventh St., PORTLAND, ORE.
H A V E Y O U B A R R A N COWS ?
Arc your mare« or aowa troubled
with Abortion? Overcome the dif
ficulty by feeding
Dr. David Roberts*
BREEDING TONIC. Pries $1.00
it acta on the organ* of reproduc
tion and put the animal in better
Reed the rtidkal Kao l im a n s hat
to Vn Waal* aa Atonal ■ (tors M to
Dr. DnM Merit' let. Ci, 100 6r*M Be.. Wjutestz. Its.
__________________________ ___ _______ __
BIRCH ft.OTOR CARS
ir/ w o M 0^TrucksL* 7 ***
far out-ciaaa others of similar prieas: f.o. b. Chi-
ra*o. Distributor. J. Schlatter. Bo* 7IL Twin
kvf . r l a s t in g grim m a n d cossack a i -
faifa plants m uo per iouc prepaid. Also Dakota
«room Unmm teed. D. R. Ruble. Salam. Ora.
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First College Student— H e’s fond of
Second co llege Student— Is he a
cioge student *
Firgt college S tu d e n t-I ahould aay
he ,8 He never Bpend8 8
do€BD-t have to.— Brooklyn Citizen.
Not Pushing the Matter.
Indignant wife— What on earth do
you do to your clothes to keep me sew
ing buttons on this way?
Apologetic husband— I don’t know,
my dear. I merely touch the button—
I can't imagine what does the rest.-—
"W h o ’s that you're waving at?”
"A n old flame of mine.”
" I suppose your father has to put
W heat— Bulk basis fo r No. 1 grade: him out whenever he calls.”— Brook
Hard W hite— Blueatem, Early Bart, lyn Citizen.
No Reason To.
Alien, Galgalus. Martin Amber, $2.05.
"A re you conserving food In your
Acts Like It.
Soft W hite— Palouse bluestem, forty-
house, Mrs. Comeup?”
There is one force which always
-Don't have to; nobody In It Ukea
fold, white valley, Gold Coin, W hite
non ** f n G i e i m u n i f n v m ' '
a fatigue uniform.
W hite club— L ittle
“ Who are they?"
club, Jenkins club, white hybrids, So
"M essenger boys."-Baltim ore Am er
Red W alia — Red ican.
" I was In time to bear only the tall
Russian, red hybrids, Jones fife. Cop-
pel, $1.98. No. 2 grade, 3c less. No.
Garfield Tea. by purifying the blood, end o f the Joke.”
"But that was the waggish part o f
3 grade 6c less. Other grades hanledd eradicates rheumatism, dyspepsia and I t ”— Exchange.
many chronic ailments.— Adv.
Flour— Patents, $10.
On His Dignity.
M illfeed— N et mill prices, car lots:
“ W hat’ll you say, ol’ man, if your
Bran, $30 per ton; shorts, $32 per
Thousands of trained young people i
w ife asks if you've been drinkin' "
Behr.ke-Walker Business College. Portland,
ton; middlings, $39; mixed cars and
" I sh’ll treat the queshun with (hlc) student* in positions. Enroll any time. r'ree
less than carloads, 50c more; rolled dignified shilence.” — Brooklyn Citizen. Catalogue.
barley, $66(368; rolled oats. $66.
Butter— Cubes, extras, 48c; prime
As we grow more sensible, we refuse
W E E K S ' W E ^ U R-A-COL»
firsts, 474c. Jobbing prices:
Prints, drug cathartics and take instead Na
COCOS A N D LA QRIPFC
d a . « o o d y o u c a n a f fo r d t o I n s i s t a n d
s o e
extra; ture’s herb cure, Garfield Tea.— Adv.
r t * a t y o u « a t r a n u i n a lik e t a c k s k g e s h o w n
butterfat. No. 1, 55c delivered.
dn* * - “ 2 5 «
Release of Energy.
Eggs— Ranch, current receipts, 48c;
"So you approve of the govern
candled, 60c; selects, 52c per doxen.
ment’s action in taking over the rail-1
Poultry — Hens, 254(0 26c; springs, roads?"
Sore Eyes, Eyes Inflamed by
u n , D ust and W ind quickly
24; broilers, 29(330«*; geese, 16(318e;
“ Yep,” replied Mr. Growcher. " I ap -1
relieved by Murine. Try It In
turkeys, live, 24@25c; dressed, choice, prove of that and prohibition for sev
your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes.
eral reasons, one of them being that
No Smart inf ,Ju$l E y C — i*rf
now a lot of people can quit lecturing
Veal — Fancy, 20c per pound.
on the subject and go to work.” — Ex K y s t a l v s . in T o b M SSc. For B o o k a f
Pork— Fancy, 204c per pound.
Sack vegetables—Carrots. $1.50 per
sack; beets, $1.50 (a) 2.00; turnips,
$1.50; parsnips, $1.50(32.00.
Potatoes — Oregon Burbanks, $l<a>
PRICES P A ID BY
1.25 per hundred; Yakimas, $1.60;
US FOR R A W
sweet potatoes. 6@54c per pound.
FU R S ARE
Onions— Oregon, buying price, $1.76
Green Fruits — Apples, $1(32.25;
pears, $2.25; cranberries. Eastern.
$17.50 per barrel.
Write tor Price Ust
Any corn, whether
February 20, 1918.
hard, soft or between the toes, will
loosen right up and lift out without
E . R . S K IN N E R & CO.
1131 ntOfTT STHIKT__________SACRAMENTO, C A L
Med. to choice steers.. . .$10.36(311.50 a particle o f pain or soreness.
This drug is called freexone and is
Good to med. steers........
Com. to good steers........
8.00(310.00 a compound of ether discovered by a
Choice cows and heifers. 8.00(3 9 50 Cincinnati man.
Ask at any drug store for a small
Com. to good cows and hf 6.75(3 8.15 bottle of freexone, which w ill cost but
a trifle, but Is sufficient to rid one's
6.00(3 8 00 feet of every corn or callous.
C a lv e s .............................
Put a few drops directly upon any
Stockers and fe e d e r s ....
6.50(3 9.60 tender, aching corn or callous.
Prim e light h o g s .............$16.50(316 60 shortly the corn or callous w ill loosen
Prime heavy h o g s .......... 16.40(316.50 and can be lifted o ff with the fingers.
This drug freexone doesn't eat out
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