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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1917)
J HOTEL is the NORTHWRSTL
Eric V. Hauler, President. " It
Rooms I'S-ta'Jiera Samn..
M sigh. Rooms
, i no a
Another of America's Exceptional Holtlit,
Veal, Pork, Beef,
Poultry, Butter, Eggs
ana Farm Prnrlu,.
to the Old Reliable Everding house with a
record of 46 years of Square Dealings, and
be assured of TOP MARKET PRICES.
F. M. CRONKHITE .
45-47 Front Street Portland, Oregon
I). S. CRUISER GOES
ASHORE AT EUREKA
Milwaukee Will Be Total Loss
On California Coast.
WHOLE CREW SAFELY REMOVED
HIDES, PELTS, CASCARA BARK,
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
We want all you have. Write tor prices and shipping tags
THE H. F. NORTON CO. Fortlann. Ore.; Seatt.e, Wn.
ARE YOU GOINS EAST?
Conselt us about reduced freight rates on
household goods to all points. Fast through
service. Pacino Ctat Forwarding Company, 201
Wilcox Building. Portland. Ore. Marshall 2467.
Oregon Vulcanizing Company
mored to S33 to 337 Hurnside St., Port
land, Ore. Largest Tire Repair Plant
in the Northwest. Country service a
specialty. Use Farce) Post
FRED P. GORIN, Patent Attorney,
Organiser and Developer; patents secured or FEE
REFUNDED; free book on patents. Suites 701.
70 -A, 701-B and 7U1-C, Central building, Seattle.
WTBAAJ tSoAir'lMu needed promptly to
COLDS AND LA GRIPPE. Auk for
m iiipru mi DorAviiD.A.nni nl
i i i-in TV5r?Ts : :
Ail elruifsiflW aell them.
Retold For Physicians.
Tne Mac l aviso was not a mean
man. No; he Just knew the value of
So, when the MacTavlsh developed
a sore throat he meditated fearfully
upon the expenditure ,of a doctor's fee.
As an alternative he hung about for a
day and a half outBlde the local doc
tor's establishment. Finally he man
aged to catch the great man.
"Say, doctor! Hoo's beez'ness wi'
ye the noo?"
"Oh, feyr, feyr!"
"Ah s'pose ye've a deal o' prescrib
in' tae dae fer coolds an' sair throats?"
"An' what dae ye gin'rally gie fer a
"Naethln'," replied the canny old
doctor. "I dinna want a satr throat."
Forced to Economize.
"Well, my boy," said the genial father-in-law,
"now that you have married
my daughter, I trust that our relations
will continue to be most cordial."
"I hope so, sir."
"But you surely don't think I will
regard you any less lightly now than
I did before?"
"I'd hate to think that, sir, but I
must warn you that since I have a
wife to support, I can no longer afford
to buy the expensive cigars I've been
giving you." Philadelphia Ledger.
Tidal Current is Too Strong for Big
Vessel Navy Tug Iroquois, Aid
ing, Gets Near Same Fate.
Eureka, Cal. The United States
protected cruiser Milwaukee went
ashore on the Samoa beach near here
about 4 o'clock Saturday morning and
shortly after 8 o'clock that night the
crew had been transferred through a
roaring surf in safety to the beach by
means of a breeches buoy and two life
boats. On board the Milwaukee when
the current carried her into the surf
were 18 officers and 421 men.
Not a life was lost and but one man
was hurt in the difficult work of rescu
ing the hundreds aboard the stranded
Navy officers here express the belief
that the cruiser will be a total loss.
The Milwaukee, which draws 22.6
feet, had been thrown by the breakers
into water but 12 feet deep at low tide
and the derelict has keeled over to an
angle of 20 degrees. Her double bot
tom was filled with water and her en
gineroom flooded. It was generally
believed Bhe had a hole in her hull.
When the Milwaukee was caught by
the current and carried into the break
ers she was pulling on a cable attached
to the stranded submarine H-3 which
went ashore December 14 about half
mile from where the Milwaukee now
lies. The monitor Cheyenne and the
navy tug Iroquois, farther offshore,
both had lines to the Milwaukee and
were endeavoring to hold the cruiser
from the clutches of the surf.
The tidal current and weight of the
heavy steel hawser fast to the sub
marine proved stronger than the com
bined power of the three vessels and
all were being dragged Bhoreward
when the hawser leading to the Chey
enne snapped and left the little Iro
quois to battle alone with the tide that
was sweeping the Milwaukee into the
All of the Milwaukee's crew was
saved without mishap or injury.
If your Back hurts or Bladder
bothers you, drink lots
LAUDS NORTHWEST'S APPLES
When your kidneys hurt and your
back fesls sore, don't , get soared and
proceed to load your stomach with a
lot of drugs that excite the kidneys
and irritate the entire urinary tract
Keep your kidneys clean like you keep
your bowels clean, by flushing them
with a mild, harmless salts which re
moves the body's urinous waste and
stimulates them to their normal activ
ity. The function of the kidneys is to
filter the blood. In 24 hours they
strain from it 500 grains of acid and
waste, so we can readily understand
the vital importance of keeping the
Drink lots of water- you cant drink
too much; also get from any pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salts;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast each morning
for a few days and your kidneys will
act fine. This famous salts is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with lithia, and has
been used for generations to clean
and stimulate clogged kidneys; also
to neutralize the acids in urine so it
no longer is a source of irritation, thus
ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot In
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep
their kidneys clean and active. Try
this, also keep up the water drinking
and no doubt you will wonder what
became of your kidney trouble and
is the country for small
"Before you kiss me, Horace, let
me tell you that Fred has given Kitty
a diamond ring. You have never given
"Dearest, it Is only girls who are
ot preciouB in themselves who re
gain the aid of precious stones."
"O. you may kiss me twice, Hor
ace!" Fond du Lac Reporter.
Such it Perversity.
Good advice is so generally objec
tionable that some men won't accept
It even when you tell them not to
make fools of themselves. Houston
We Get You, Madam.
"He used such grand words and ele
gant language," said Mrs. Blunderby of
lecturer she had heard: "he simply
electrotvoed his audience." Boston
Realnol Ointment ind Rninol Snap ruvt been
recommended by physician and nurtcs lor many
year in the treatment of iiifaiiuls ecteuu. teething
ruh, chafing, etc. They contain nothinf which could
paMtbly In jura or irritate the tendered akin. Sold
byall drut-tri-ti. Retinol SmJ fr bht hath Undt
to prroini tkin4rpub!tu
quarter - century
euarded the health
of thuuaanria of the
best dairies rh the country. It la
the one cow medicine that can be
depended upon In nny cane of
Abortion, r.itrrenneM, Hetained
Afterbirth. Milk Fever, ricourlng.
Bunchca, ami other cow ailments
which are likely to result from a
run-down condition of the diges
tive or gonital organ.
Keep your cow healthy; It pays.
Kow-Kure will do It. Buy a
packane and follow the simple
direction. Bio and 11.00 from
your drupirlat " f,'id dealer
Valuable book. 'The Homo Cow
Doctor," free by writing,
DAIRT ASSOCIATION COMPANY
It Is half-past eight on the blossomy
The petals are spread for a sunning
The little gold fly is scrubbing his
The spider is nervously running
To fasten a thread; the night-going
Is folding his velvet perfection;
And presently over the clover will
The bee on a tour of inspection.
Paul Scott Mower In January Cen-tury.
Strong Opposition to Universal
Training Voiced Before Committee
Washington, D. C Vigorous oppo
sition to any form of universal service
or training was expressed before the
senate military committee Saturday by
several speakers for tne American
Union against Militarism. Physicians
and physical educators, headed by Dr.
James Warbasse, of New York, as
sailed particularly the suggestion that
physical benefit would be derived from
military training in the schools, lhey
were followed by a delegation of col
lege men under the leadership of Max
Eastman, formerly of Columbia university.
The committee, which has under
consideration Senator Chamberlain's
universal training bill and has heard a
number of army officers and others in
its support, set aside three days in
which to hear witnesses designed by
the Union against militarism. At the
outaet represnteatives of the union
made it clear that they were not op
posed to building up an adequate army
and navy, but would direct their argu
ments specifically against any proposal
for universal Bervice.
Japanese Cruiser Blown Up.
Tokio The Japanese battle cruiser
Tsuksuba was destroyed by an explo
sion Sunday in the harbor of Yokosuka.
Fire on the Tsuksuba caused the maga
zine to blow up.
One hundred and fifty-three mem
bers of the crew of the Tsuksuba were
killed and 157 injured, many of them
seriously. Numerous members of the
ship's company were rescued from the
water. Most of the officers of the
cruiser were ashore.
The cause of the1 explosion is not
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
makes weak women strong, sick women
well, no alcohol, sold in tablets or liquid,
Fresh to the Bone.
During his vacation a San Francisco
lawyer met an old friend in the vil
lage and their conversation drifted to
a discussion of the natives. A young
farmer came under their view.
'He's a fine looking young fellow,"
said the lawyer.
"Ye-e-es." assented his friend, du
'well, anyway, he has a mighty good
"It ought to be good," was the reply.
"That man's head is brand new he's
never used It any." Rochester Times.
She (on board ship) Mr. Jones, if
fell overboard and were drowning,
would you jump in and save me?
He (hesitating, but honest) By
Jove! Do you know, I don't believe
I could. But I tell you what I would
do. I would watch you drown with
the deepest sorrow and regret Life.
"Why didn't Rastus marry dat Coo-
"Oh, she done flunk at de last min
ute wouldn't lend him a dollah foh t'
git de license wif." Boston Trans
Too Much Music. .
I know an old fellow whose family
Is very musical. He said to me one
day: "My eldest girl is a pianist. My
son Is a violinist. Jane, my second
daughter, Is a harpist. My wife is
vocalist, and my two boys, Peter and
Bill, are a flutist and a trombonist."
"And you," I said, "what are you?'
"Me?" said the old man. "Oh, I'm
a pessimist." Exchange.
"What are you worrying about now,
"Oh, a girl never really knows how
much a man loves her.
"Christmas, however, gives one
fairly' good line on the situation."
"Do you consider 13 at table
"It Is If they're all hungry and the
turkey Isn t unusually large. Wash
P. N. U.
No. 3, 1017
Germans Destroy Mail.
London A Reuter dispatch from
Stockholm says: "The captain of the
Swedish steamer Ingeborg, of the Thule
line, who has returned to Gothenburg
from England, states that his steamer
was stopped in the North Sea by a Ger
man submarine, and that he was com
pelled to throw into the sea all the
mail from entente countries, consisting
of 700 sacks. "Otherwise, he said,
"the German commander threatened to
take the ship to Germany."
Admiral Dewey is III.
Washington, D. C. Admiral George
Dewey has been absent from his desk
at the Navy department for several
days on account of illness, and al
though physicians attending him say
the indisposition is not serious, some
of bis friends are much concerned.
Theadmiral is in his 80th year.
Funston Going to Mexico.
Columbus, N. M. General Funston,
who arrived here late Saturday, gave
an enigmatic answer when asked
whether he intended to visit the field
headquarters of the American punitive
expedition in Mexico, "I don't know,
but will tell you better when I come
out," he aaid.
FOR FAIR PLAY
When the Stomach
Liver and Bowels re
Refuse to perform their
Give Nature the help
required, by trying
Agricultural Expert of Virginia Pays
A remarkable compliment was re
cently paid the Northwest apple in an
address delivered before the Virginia
Statd Horticultural society at Roan
oke. The speaker was one of the
best-known fruit experts of the South,
F. H. LaBaume, agricultural and in
dustrial agent of the Norfolk & West
ern Railway company, and in his ad
dress he outlined the marketing and
advertising campaigns conducted for
the apples of the Pacific Northwest,
and plainly told Virginia applemen
that these Northwest apples were the
finest offered in the American market.
The address has been circulated
throughout the South, and is from be
ginning to end a remarkable tribute
to the marketing organization and to
the Quality of Northwes apples. Mr.
LaBaume said in part:
"The western growers of both decid
uous and citrus fruits lave far sur
passed the eastern growers in the ef
ficient grading, packing and standard
ization of their fruit, in the systematic
marketing of same and in the attrac
tive advertising of thei1 products to
the general public. Our eastern grow
ers are going to continue to be serious-
y handicapped in the world s markets
unless they adopt the same methods
that have brought success the grow
ers In other districts.
"While I believe that our Virginia
growers have accomplished wonderful
results in the better production, se
lection and standard packing of their
fruits within the past few years, nev
ertheless, it is a recognized fact that
we do have growers who slight their
pack and as a consequence give our
eastern growers and their apples an
exceedingly bad reputation on many
markets. I, myself, within the past
few years have purchased apples from
one of the leading growers of Virginia
in boxes labeled 'Extra Fancy,' paying
$3 per box therefor, and on opening
them found under a good top row
wormy, speckled ana otherwise blem
ished apples that should not be used
by any honest grower in filling out
any standard pack. It would be folly.
indeed, to spend money In advertising
Virginia apples until some system has
been worked out whereby all the ap
pies advertised under a trade name
shall be subject to inspection by rep
resentatives of the marketing ex
Price of Hay Advances.
Baker, Or. Belief that there will be
scarcity of hay is boosting the price
this season earlier than usual. The
price has advanced to $12 a ton in
Pine Valley, and owners are refusing
the offer because they believe it will
go much higher. There was much
hay put up for this winter, because
of the shortage last winter, but the
early snowfall caused cattle men to
believe that the cold spell will be long
er than usual. This is causing the hay
demand by cattle men and the holding
for top prices by owners of hay.
Decline In Egg Prices Checked.
The decline In the egg market has
been checked for the time being, as Is
usually the case when pr'.ces start
downward after the holidays. The
general price quoted on the street was
34 cents, and although receipts were
fairly liberal dealers had no difficulty
in cleaning up at this price. The but
ter market was steady and unchanged
Poultry continued to sell at top prices
but the demand was not as keen as
last week, and an easing off in the
market Is expected.
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT
Portland. Wheat Bluestem, $1.65;
forty-fold, $1.67; club, $1.64; red Rus
Oats No. 1 white feed, $36.50.
Barley No. 1 feed, $39.
Flour Patents, $8.20; straights
$7.4007.60: valley. $7.70; whole
wheat. $8.40: graham, $8.20.
Millfeed Spot prices: Bran, $26.50
per ton; shorts, $30.50; rolled barley,
Corn Whole, $47 per ton; cracked
$48 per ton.
Hay Producers' prices: Timothy
eastern Oregon, $19 21 per ton; tlm
othy, valley, $16017; alfalfa, $17018
valley grain bay, $13 a 15; clover,
Butter Cubes, extras, 340o5c
prime firsts, 33c; firsts, S2c. Jobbing
prices: Prime extras, 37038c; car
tons, lc extra; butterfat, No. 1, 38c
No. 2, 36c, Portland.
Eggs Oregon ranch, current re
ceipts, 330 35c per dozen; Oregon
ranch, candled, 36037c per dozen
Oregon ranch, selects, 39c.
Poultry Hens, 16018c; springs, 16
17c per pound; turkeys, live, 20
22c; dressed, 2526c; duck , 15018c
geese. 12ft 14c.
Veal Fancy, 14,415c per pound.
Pork 12Mi013c per pound.
Vegetables Artichokes, 9Oc0$l.lO
per dozen; tomatoes, nominal; cao-
base. $2.2522.75 per hundred: eee-
plant, 25c per pound; le tuce, $2,250
2.50; cucumbers, f 1.5C92 per dozen
celery, $5.2535.50 crate; cauliflower,
$2.25 per crate; squash, lc per
pound: peppers, 25c per pound; sack
vegetables, $1.25 per sack, sprouts,
10c per pound.
Hops 1916 crop, 6G8MiC per pound
Potatoes Oregon buying prices
$1.7602 per hundred; sweet, $4 per
Onions Oregon buying prces, $4
per sack, country points.
Green Fruits Apples, 60c 0 $1.60
per box; pears. $1. 60 0 2.60; cranber
ries. Ill A 12 Der barrel.
Wool Eastern Oregon, fine. 24
30c: coarse. 33036c: valley, 33935c.
Cattle Steers, pulp fed, $909.50
steers, prime heavy, $8.2608.60
steers, fair to good, $708; cows,
choice, $6.7507.60; cows, medium to
good. $6.2606.75; cows, ordinary to
fair. $5 60 0 6: heifers. $607; bulls,
$2.7505.25; calves, $307.
Hoes Heavy packing 215-2!
pounds, $10.200 10.60; light butchers
$10010.36; light packing. 170-190
pounds, $10010.15; rough heavies, $9
9.25: pigs and skips, $8.6008.76
stork hogs. $8.6008 76.
Sheep Lambs, $9.2601 ' 26; year
ling wethers, $8.76010; old wethers,
$8.6009; ewes, $6.7508.26.
The Broken Broker.
The late Judge Pennypacker of Phil
adelphia was an advocate of the en
franchisement of women, but he also
advocated justice, in the relationship
between the sexes, for man.
"Woman," he said, whimsically, one
day at the Pennsylvania Historical
Society, "mustn't play it both ways.
She mustn't get the vote and the equal
wage through man's sense of equity,
and then get all kinds of unfair privi
lege through his sense of gallantry.
"There's a lot of truth in the story
of the young broker who, after his
failure, was thrown over by a pretty
" 'Why was the engagement broken
off?" a banker asked the ruined bro
ker. "'Well,' he answered, 'after I'd giv
en her a string of pearls, an opera box
and a birthday gift of a 12-cylinder
limousine I went to smash and her
people accused me of amusing myself
at her expense.' "Washington Star.
WANTED Agents to sell Endless Neckties.
Latest thing out; 16 Ties in one. To show them
means a sale. Get in the field for easy money.
Samples and terms, 76c. THE NECKTIE MAN,
La brande, Uregon.
Where She Was.
A small boy, who afterwards proved
to be a nephew of one of the mayor's
stenographers, was wandering about
in the city hall when one of the offi
cials there happened upon him.
Well, sonny," inquired the man
genially, "for whom are you looking?"
"For my Aunt Kate.
"Can't you find her?"
"I can't seem to."
"And don't you know here she is?"
"Not exactly. She's In here some
where, tho, and I know that the mayor
works In her office." Harper's Magazine.
TURN HAIR DARK
IH SAGE TEA
Mixed with Sulphur
Darkens so Naturally
Nobody Can Tell.
The old-time mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
Btreaked and faded hair is grand
mother's recipe, and folks are again
using It to keep their hair a good,
even color, which is quite sensible, as
we are living in an age when a youth
ful appearance is of the greatest ad
vantage. Nowadays, though, we don't have
the troublesome task of gathering the
sage and the mussy mixing at home.
All drug stores sell the ready-to-use
product, improved by the addition of
other ingredients, called "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound" tor
about 50 cents a bottle. It Is very
popular because nobody can discover
it has been applied. Simply moisten
your comb or a Boft brush with It and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by morn
ing the gray hair disappears, hut what
delights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound, Is that, be
sides beautifully darkening the hatr
after a few applications, it also pro
duces that soft lustre and appearance
of abundance which is so attractive.
This ready-to-use preparation is a de
lightful toilet requisite for those who
deBire a more youthful appearance. It
Is not intended for the cure, mitigation
or prevention of disease.
DO YOU DREAD WMTER?
If every man, woman and child in this vicinity
would only take one spoonful of
after meals for one month, it would put vigor in their
blood to withstand the rigors of winter weather and
help prevent colds, grippe and winter sickness.
SCOTT'S is a fortifying medicinal-food of particu
lar benefit in changing seasons, and every drop yields
di'rect returns in richer blood, stronger lungs, and
greater resistive power. No alcohol in SCOTT'S,
Scott A Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. M-11
Steam Heated Stenog. i
"Have you ever noticed," asked the
thin carpenter, "bow quick and choppy
the tunes are on a circus calliope?
Yes, I have," the plumber replied.
Ever know there is a reaBon for
"No. Is there?"
"Yes. There is an arrangement which
keeps the keys hot, and the player
can't keep bis fingers on them long
enough to make anything but a stac
"What does ctaccato mean In regu
Just as I said before, quick and
"That gives me an Idea.
"What's the idea?"
"I wonder If I could gel a device like
that'for the keys of my typewriter."
"I wiBh I could. It would keep the
girl from banging the keys like Bhe
does now, and If it would get a little
speed out of her it would certainly be
worth the money." Youngstown Telegram.
Eyes inflamed by expo.
quickly relieved by MtrrBi
Eye Remedy. No Sniarting.
luit Eye Comfort At
Your Drutrelit's SOc per Bottle. MorlK Cyf
Druggists or Murloe Eye Bemedy Ce., Chkeft
L. ' 1
"What'B the trouble here?" asked
"Nothing serious," answered the
movie manager. "One of my patrons
asked a woman In front of him to take
off her hat and she invited him out
side to hear her opinion of him."
"I'll bet you do Borne cranky thing
to make your wife begin the tirades
you complain of."
"Nothing In the cranky way doing.
She's a self-starter." Baltimore
The Early Huntsman.
'The pilgrim fathers went out and
shot wild turkeys."
'The custom was much safer than
those of hunters today. A turkey is a
great Improvement on a deer. Turkeys
sit up In trees where there isn't the
slightest possibility that a man will
mistake a fellow hunter for one of
them." Washington Star.
"When do you expect to go abroad?"
"Not for some time. It will take
several years after the war Is over
for us to recover from the expense of
having to live at borne." Puck,
An Incident In Putnam.
'Ah wants mah supper, Ah does,"
and bang went a pistol shot. Through
the window of the bunk house, where
the colored laborers on the New Ha
ven's work train are housed, went the
cook. He never stopped until he
reached Captain of Police Joseph
The cook told the captain that there
was a bo making a russ up to tne
shanty. "He's UBin' a pistol hes been
totln awful promiscuously, deed he
Is, captain," said the excited food preparer.
'Why didn t you hit him over the
head and take It away from him 7
asked the captain.
'Mah goodness man, an Ah was
only married last week. Do ynu all
think Ah want mah body shot full ob
holes and mah wife a wldder? No
sah, Ah guess not, sah; not for this
ge'man." Putnam Patriot.
Best of References.
"The cook is leaving today and
wants me to give her a recommenda
tion, but I don't know what to say."
"You might say she is a good work
er." "A good worker! She's anything
"Oh, I don't know. She has worked
us for $30 a month and her board, has
n't she?" Pittsburgh Dispatch.
Success cf a Hew Mm for
Backache, Kidheys, Rheumatism.
Thar Mr. Editor I suffered for years
with backache. Last March 1 tried
"Anuric" and have used this now kid
ney medicine recently discovered by
Dr. Pierce, and it was wonderful the
way it eased tho pain and gave me
relief in such a short time. I have
tried several medicines, but "Annrio
is tho only one tlint gave satisfaction.
I feel it my duty to recommend
"Anuria Tablets "to any one who suffers
as I did.
(Signed) Mrs. Margaret E. Snider.
Garfield Tea was your Grandmother's
Remedy for every stomach and intes
tinal ill. This good old-fashioned herb
home remedy for constipation, stomach
ills and other derangements of the sys
tem so prevalent these days is in even
greater favor as a family medicine
than in your grandmother's day.
Would Insist on That
He had proposed and been accepted.
"I suggest," be said, "that we do with
out lots of the fuss and feather busi
ness of marriage; we will go away
somewhere by ourselves, dear; there
will be no flourish, do cards, no cere
mony" Whereupon the girl Indignantly In
terrupted with the observation: "My
dear, we may dispense with the flour
ish, but I shall certainly Insist upon a
ceremony." Boston Transcript
Note : Folks in town and adjoining
comities nro delighted with the resulw
they have obtained bvuing n .,4 VfiffC',"
the newest discovery of Dr. Pierce, who
is head of the Invalids' Hotel and
St'RtiicAL Inhtitijtk, in Buffalo, N. Y.
Those who started tho day with a back
ache, stiif legs, arms aud muscles, and
an aching head (worn out before the
day bop an because they were in and out
of bed iiulf a dozen times at night) are
appreciating the perfect rest, comfort
and new strength thoy obtained from
Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets. To prove
that tiiis is a certain urio acid solvent
and conquers headache, kidney and
bladder tW-ascs unci rheumatism, if
you've never used tho "Anuric," cut
this out and send ten centa to Doctor
Pierce for a large sample package. Thi
will prove to you that "Anuric" ia
thirty -seven times more active thaa
lithia in eliminating aria acid and the
niort perfect kidney and bladder cor
rector. I f you Bre a sufferer, go to your
best dnipgir-t and ask for a 60-cent box
of "Anuric." You run no risk Kir Dr.
Pierre's good name stands behind thia
wonderful new discovery at it has for
the past half century for his "Uoldea
Medical Discovery," a general tonio
Diailo from roots with pure glyonna
which Tiakes the blood pure, his "Ka
VoriW I'lTHcriptinn" fur weak women
and "l'luaaaut I'tHt-U" lor liver IUs.