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1'HE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1916.
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Willamette Valley News
AumcviUa Itomc . !
Aumsville, Aug 4. Dr. A. Bursell
and family- ' spr-itf lut Saturday in
Mrs. E.- Buffe, of 'silverton, ' spent
the week-end with her daughter,' Mrs.
A. P. Speer.
Mrs. Roes Condit and son Max, of
this city, and Mrs. Henry Condit of
Weat Stayton, left Saturday fo a
montba outing at Wilhoit Springs.
Miss E. J. Smith,' of Keokuk, Iowa,
and Mrs. Mary Hollis of Dextnr, Mich.,
who are touring the west, are at pres
ent visiting their sister, Mrs. T. J.
Hunt of this city.
Mrs. Mae Blevans and daughter
Nell, and Claude Baynard, of Portland,
are visitin the latter 'a father, G. W.
Baynard. They left Tuesday for a
ten days' outing at tascaaia. . .
Mrs. W.'.C. Anderson is enjoying a
viit. from her friend. Miss Elizabeth
O. Schurtz, of Chicago, who Is much
pleased with our delightful climate,
after the intense heat of the "windy
The members and guests or the
Priscilla Club were delightfully enter
tained at the home of Mrs. O. E. Dar
by, Friday afternoon. Miss E. C.
Schurtz was arc invited guest; also
Mrs. F. F. Rahu who assisted the hos
tess in serving luncheon on the east
C. M. Miller made a business trip to
Portland the first of the week to buy
the belting for the new saw mil! which
will be in operation in - about two
weeks. The new mill will be much
larger and more modern in every way
than the one which was destroyed by
C. G. Sansom was unfortunate in
having about eight gallons of gasoline
ana an or mr iuuib oiwi-.i ,v
automobile which was in his private
garage near the house, Wednesday
night. Similar acts of vandalism have
been committed in this vicinity rccent-
- Motor trips to the beaches, moun
tains and over the highway, for a
week end party are the order of the
'day with owners of motor cars and
many happy parties throughly enjoyed
outings to 'different places last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Anderson and
guest, Miss Schurtz and S. S. Swank
and family tosk a fishing trip to Jor
dan Vallev; C. O. Hansom and a party
of friends from Turner Sffnt Sunday
viic visa Mvrtle
t mix.r ' ....... .
Ruffe of Salem and A. P. Speer and
family motored to .Nenaina ana Jim
Citv; G. W". Buynnrd nnd party to
Gervais via Silverton, and A. Sutton
and familv enjoyed a trip over the
tH'cnic Columbia River Highway, while
Ora Pound and T. H. Hunt and party
who are at Pacific City, will prolong
their visit a number of days.
ML Angel News
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Mt. Angel, Ore., Aug. 4. I.nst Sun
flay the Marion County Foresters gave
a picnic in the college grove. Every
one reported of having had a very en
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kelier returned
from their vacation at Netart's beach.
Sunday morning at 2:30 the people
in town were nroused from their slum
bers by the ringing of the firo bell.
The baker shop was in flames and
Vinrned to the ground. The cause of
the fire is unknown. Only for the work
of the firemen the whole block would
have been in flames.
Mrs. T. Kirsch went to Wilhoit for
a few weeks' vacation.
Wedding Invitations, Announcement
tin. Celling Cards printed at tne jour
nal Job Department.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Turner. Ore;, Aug. 4 Mrs. M. C.
Smith left Sunday for a visit in Port-laud.
J. M. Watson, a Civil war veteran,
was in Silveftoa Thursday.
John Cannon is working in the H. L.
Earl hardware store.
.. A letter from Miss Sophia Watson,
who is in Chicago, states the heat is
intense and, wishes she was home again.
Dell Robertson leaves this week for
a visit at St. Helens and eastern Ore
gon. ... ' ;. ....... .
Mrs. Alma Knight has gone to eastern
Oregon for the summer.
Fred Gunuing has a new Ford car.
Cash CorneliuB and wife visited at
the homo of J. M. Bones Sunday.
timer Busby and family spent over
Jsunday with Mrs. Annie Busby.
Frederick aud Carolyn Ransom re
turned from Astoria the first ofthe
Mr. Thiessens have as their house
guest Mr. Thiessen's sister, Miss M.
Tliiessen. of Condon.
Mrs. Crcssio Horner, of Condon,' is
spending a few weeks at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hun
Mrs. Tony Gentry, nee Ruth Cooke,
spent the week-end with her cousin,
Mrs. Geneva Earl Harper.
The W. C. T. U. met at the Baker
hotel last Wednesday. Mrs. Baker is a
very active member of the Union.
Mrs. H. E. Earl was a charming hos
tess at a luncheon Thursday, the guest
of honor was Mrs. Erskine Ncilson, of
Mr. aud Mrs. R. 0. Thomas attended
a reception held at the parlors of the
Presbyterian church at Salem.
Hollis Bones is staying with his
grandma, Mrs. Burr, during the month
Dr. Mary Staples and son, Wayne,
motored to'l'ortlniid last week.
I.. D. Bnrr and M. O. Knight left
Monday morning for the Hot Springs,
tbey expect to be there a month or
li. W. Farris, John Farris, Neiel Fur
ris and Herbert Briggs raotc-xed to Mon
Mrs. Edith Ransom maiie a ousiness-
trin to Portlund Tuesday.
Mrs. Alice Farris McLaughlin, of
Monmouth, is visiting her parents, U.
Mrs. C. L. Ransom entertained Mr.
and Mrs. O. I,. Holt and Mr. and Mrs.
Henrv Baltimore, of Mill City, Sunday.
Other callers from Mill City during the
past week at the Ransom, home were:
air. ana Mis. l.ane, air. anu Jirs. uavu,
Mrs. .lames and Mrs. Shaw.
The ladies of the M. E. church en
joyed a picnic at the "City Spring
Thursday of this week.
Miss Clara Perry, of Albany, and Her
sister. Miss Emma Perry, ot l.os An
goles, Cal., were dinner guests ar me
(). H. P. Cornelius home Wednes
Mrs. Gcorac Cornelius and nephew
George Cornelius, of Colfax, Wash,
are at the parental home in Turner.
Miss I.iz.ie Cornelius has just re
turned from n visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Tekonberi. of Macleay. and reports a
delightful time, with friends of her
youth. On Sunday they motoreu to lay
lor's grove where a number of people
from that section, Salem nnd Rtnyton
had L'ntliered fur a day of rest. Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Taylor, owners of the
grove, added much to the comfort of the
Why the Journal Is popular
it prints the world's news to-
State House News
St. Louis News
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
St. Louis, Ore., Aug. 4. The picnic
held here last Sunday was a social as
well as financial success.
. Those who visited relatives here Sun
day are Mrs. Ada Kennedy aud daugh
ter, Blanche, Julian Manning, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Kennedy and little son,
Walter, and George Pluver, all of Port
land. They also took in the picnic.
Master Francis Manning, of Portland,
is visiting, his uncles, Mr. John and
Everybody is busy hauling gravel in
this little burg.
Mrs. P. M. Hubert and daughter,
Blunche, visited at Alex Manning's last
Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCormick, o'f
West Woodburu, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph DuBois last Sunday. They also
visited Mr. John aud Celia Manning.
Eugene Vnndeibeck and family, of
Salem, visited friends and relatives here
Sister M. Regcua and Sister Emily,
both of the Beaverton home, were call
ed to attend the funeral of Mrs. Gube
Vauderbeck. While here they visited
Miss Blanch Habert returned to Port
land Monday afternoon, where she has
employment. She visited her mother for
The Salem cannery was in this neiirh-
borhood wanting to buy Evergreen
BULL MOOSE CHANGE
An 8-foot Spread From a
TN the Low Corn King, catalogue it takes
pages to tell about the good construction
that backs up the "8-foot-wide spread from a narrow
45-inch box." Here the space is limited.
See the $preadr and itudy these things: The simple
worm and worm gear which drive the apron can be reversed,
doubling the wear qualities. The gear is entirely enclosed,
away from dust and dirt. The relation of beater and apron
is just right to do the bt work on the manure with the
least power. Lew Corn King is a steel spreader frame,
beater axles, vhls, driving parts all of light, strong,
compact steel. You return the apron by a convenient foot
lever no hand cranking, no getting down from seat.
These things remember back up the even, satisfac
tory 8-foot-or-bettr wide spread. Get acquainted with the
Low Corn King spreader. See the local dealer who sells it
International Hamster Company of America
Law Cora King prAt mt. (old by
Chas. R. Archerd Imp. Co.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Kieker, Aug. 4. The farmers are
busy taking care of the hav and urn in.
Several have grain cut while others
are still working in the hay.
Ustrim Hros. have their tiny baled
and Geo. Kdwards has his hav in the
Andrew Parson has just finished nut
ting hay on Airs. R. Mcliee g place,
Uulvor and .Ma gee still have hav
standing which is too green to cut.
A large force of men have been put
ting hay into the new dairy barn on the.
blank Durbin place.
Mr. and Airs. A. W.-Bincimr, with
Mr. and Mrs. ilenry Warner of Central
Howell as guests, motored, down tne
river tor a picnic dinner Sunday.
Mr. ami Mrs. John Caplinger were
1 1 1 1 1 1 visitors niinuHV.
Mr. and Mrs. V. .1. Culver. .Indue
and Mrs. Buslicy of"Snlein ami Samuel
dlover of Spokane, were visitors at
the M. Mugco homo Sunday.
Mr. (ilover was raised in the Waldo
Hills and has many friends in Salem
rind the surrounding country.
Mr. ami Mrs. Tut Tnllon were Salem.
Orrin Frvsbe, Irvin Caplinger, Wes
ley Smith and Frank K. Harris attend
d the opening of Riverside Dip.
Mr. Whitney was in Salem Tuesday.
Mr.'aml Mas. 1). A. Harris are spin
ning around in a new Kurd.
The ball uiime between Hie key ami
W. Stayton played at Kickey Sunday,
resulted in a score of 1 1 to 'A in favor
of the visiting team.
h. A. Lewis ami family of Macleay
were Hickev visitors Sumlav.
M. M. Mugce was in Salem on bus
Viriril dernier and Hruce ..Wallace
have been working in the Koff mid
Downing loganberry yard.
Joe Hiii toe lias sold ins tarui, but
Iocs not uive up possession until sprint
He expects to run his thresher again
Mrs. A. i. Huker (laisv Hums) is
ill at her hume at Oak Point, Wash.,
with the mumps.
Mill Creek Items
The Salem Water, Light & Power
company has filed its annual report
with the public service commission. 1 he
report flows the annual income of the
coaipauy for the year to have been
410,089.57.' . The operating revenue for
the year was 72,985.2t, and the oper
ating expense $40,164.14: The taxes
assignable to operation were 8,7G2.ttit
The amount of water used during the
year was 1,035,525,100 gallons. The av
erage daily consumption was 2, 8:11,573
gallons. The report makes the reas
suring statement that the water is
tested tor bacteria every two weeks
and at certain seasons of the year ev
ery week. - No contamination lias ap-
parcd at any time during the year.
An order directing the Wells Furgo
express company to cease discriminat
ing in 1L8 rates on craos jrom rvew-pun
to Portland in favor of Puget Sound
crab merchants has been issued toy the
publie service commission.
More than 200 employers in the state
of Oregon will receive during the next
few days copies of the new codes is
sued bv the industrial welfare commis
sion of the state and affecting the
waire. hours of service, sanitary eoiidi
tions of premises and other conditions
of the thousands of employes under
them. The new codes aim to strength
en the weak spots in tne inuusinui
laws of the state and to make more
comprehensive the rulings of the fom
mission, as well as to uctiue tne var
ious occupations and so group them as
to bring abuut the most complete pro
tection for women and child laborers.
The new codes will become operative
The annual report of the Portland
Railway, Light k Powei company was
tiled wun tne puonc service cunniim
sion this momine. The report shows a
deficit of $114,2:19.23 for the year, of
which $8!,51ll.lil is net loss during the
year ami $24,1148.04 miscellaneous de
ductions from the surplus. The com
unnv'a titfnl operating revenues are
i?iven as $5,205.1(59.11 ami the operat
ing expenses-at $2.i",8l5.54 for the
year. The company still has a surplus
Hubert Crawford, who has been se
lecteil bv the state board of control to
succeed Mr. Cady as manager of the
state's tlax work, is engaged today in
making investigation of the flax fields
with a view of determining which of
them arc worth pulling. Owing to the
Liken Him to Judas Iscariot
The Benedict Arnold
of the Age
Indianapolis, Jnd., Aug. 4. The bull
moose today presented the speeteale of
a party without a name at the head of
its ticket going into a campaign not to
elect a president but to win the bal
ance of power in the eleetornl college.
If the bull moose can get this club,
they plan to use it over the two old
parties to advance progressive prin
ciples. John M. Parker, the candidate for
vice-president, will go it nlone ns a re
sult of the national conference of
progressives which closed last night.
The (thirty progressives present
united in declaring the party still
alive, organized a campaign commit
tee; denounced the "delivery" to the
republican party by former leaders and
decided not to hold a national conven
tion. Burton Vance of Kentucky, led in
an attack on Theodore Roosevelt, us
ing such names as Judas Iscariot and
declaring that the colonel will "go
down in history ns the greatest Bene
dict Arnold of this age."
We carry a full line of the season's latest in Bathing
Suits. Prices within the reach of all
The Store that guarantees every purchase.
Corner State and Liberty Streets.
WILL LASTJWO YEARS
Enters Third Year of War in
Fine Shape With Food
By Carl W. Ackerman. ;
(Tinted Press staff correspondent.)
Berlin, Aug. 4. Germany enters the !
third year of the war with enough food
" " " ; .e the fid.U The flax 'llie to earry ner nroug n ui ens
"""" . t :..::.i two
roil tnereiii . iiua uci-n irmin o. ,...
valueless that it will not be pulled.
Joiin Dubuis. who as inspector for
the desert land board has been making
studies this summer en the I umulor. , " ' i L : .n n,:aA
nun i "'H D "
that we begin the year with a surplus
enabling ns to hold out for a fourth,
even a fifth year, counting on the next
crops, f rom tne fooil stnnupo;nt tier
project, has been appointed to act as
assistant secretary of the board during
the absence of J. L. McAllister, who
is with Co. M on the Mexican border.
Mr Dubuis will return to Salem within
a few days. .,
The public service commission served
notice on the Southern Pacific com
pany this morning that the petition ol
the residents of Drain, Leona, Corn-
stock and Auluuf to 'nave train No. 19
run throiiL'h to Dram, instead ot lot-
tnoe drove as at present, had been
placed on the regular docket and that
date for a hearing would be niiiiouneeu
The success of th public service
eominision in having the mutter of mail
pay for short Hue railways puicen in
the IiiuuIh of the interstate commerce
commission has resulted in the receipt
of ciinimcmlatory letters by the board
from various sources.
more veers, despite the allied
blockade, Food Dictator Adolph Von
Batocki told the United Press today.
"The food crisis has passed," said
Batocki. "The harvest is so good,
There have been filed at the office
of the corporation commissioner today
articles of inciirpmatio'i of the Thomp
sn Optical Institute at Portland, capi
tal $20,000, and of the Western Wood
enwnre company of Portland, capital
$15,000. The 'Monmouth Creamery
company of Monmouth has filed a cer
tificate of dissolution.
(Cnpital Journal Special Service.)
Mill trcek, Ore., Aug. 4. Mrs. Lars
Larson, who has been qute ill for sev
eral days, is much improved nnd hopes
soon to be up and around again.
Mrs. .1. C. jeilnon, who has lieen
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
I). A. Osborn, and other friends, left
on Friday of last week for Portland.
Mrs. Xeilson's home is in Scotland, and
she hope to set sail for homeland on
about the niuteenth of August.
Hrs. Daisy Hulier, niece of Mrs. Bus
by, left for her home in Berkeley, Cal.,
Thursday of last week.
r tt i". 1 , I . .
tl. n. isnorn una ritnmv icii enrij . ' , . rr t i...ln.wl
in the week for Blodget, where they vice-presiuem ; . . . , .
will rusticate and visit with their Ore. second v.ce-pres.de. t t S (..b-
daughter, Mrs. Chas. Allison. S.0,1',Dttr",V ."""p", TIU Vc'"
Harland Feller, of Fellers; Mi Vio- Taylor, golden, Colo., western tieere-
Pet Stock Association
Elects Its Officers
Chicago, Aug. 4. The Nntional Pet
Stock association of Aerica, holding its
annual convention here announced the
following election of officers toduy:
Lewis U riff in, Colorado Springs, presi
dent: Ooorirc Kckert, Chicago, first
let Loydgren, of Donald, and Miss
Astnd Ronl, of Portland, motored up to
Turner on Wednesday and spent the
day with Mrs. D. A. Osborn.
U. E. Denver and children went to
Portland on Sunday. He reports Mrs.
Denyer much improved,
Arthur Robertson is on the sick list
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Rosedale, Aug.' 4. C. If. Brown and
familv left Wednesday for a two weeks
outing in the mountains.
C. A. Iladley, pastor or the t rirudn
church, left Monday afternoon to at
tend the young Friends convention to
be held at Cedar Lake, Indiana, also
will visit -the- Christian Endeavor so
cieties in Llaho on his return trip.
The Sunshine club of the C. K. soci
ety held a. song service Sunday after
noon at the home of John .lory for the
benefit of those of the family who are
not able to get out from home.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Robert Wm. Hnnn et nr to W. J.
Hndley et al, all of lots 41 and 42 and
5.0H acres off W. side of lot 43, Sun
nyside fruit farms, No. 5.
1L Bresider et ux to A. H. nnd
Vina M. Krcsnler i.t. X. Ilovd cl. 28
J. IT. Bauirhinan et nx to Wayne B.
Oill, lot 17, blk. 1, Too.c's first add.,
Sarah Turnhiill to Kniilv Turnbiill
all of blk. 104. Hubbard add. to Hub
bard, also all the right or title to
tract In claim No. 7 4 )V, described
in JOI-.1:17, Ksch to Turnbiill.
tary, and Dr. -M. .Mntthies, rnicago,
treasurer. The association now lias near
ly 5,000 members.
HOW TO REDUCE
A SIMPLE. SAFE, RELIABLE WAT
People who are over-burdened with
superfluous fat. know only too well the
discomfort and ridlcult that over-stout
people have to bear.
If you are carrying lround five or
ten pounds of unneulthv fat you are
unnecessarily weakening your vital or
gana and are carrying a ourilen which
destroys the beauty oi your figure.
There is no need or anyone sunermg
from superfluous fat. If you want to
reduce vour weicht in a simple, fie
aud reliable way, without starvation
diet or tiresome exercise, here is a test
worth trying. . upend as mucn time as
you can id the open air, nreatne deep
ly and set from any good druggist -a
box of oil of korein capsules; take one
after eich meal ana ene before retiring
Weigh yourself once a week so as to
kuow just how fast you are losing
weight and don't leave off the treat
ment or even skip a single does until
you are down to normal.
Oil or korein is absolutely harmless,
is nleasant to take, and helps digestion,
F-ven i few days treatment has been
reported to show a noticeable reduction
in weight, footsteps become lighter,
your work seem easier and a lighter and
more buoyant reeling takes possession
of your whole being.
Every person who suffers from super
fluous fat should give tbis treatment
ninny is now independent of the block
"Despite silly rumors, there is no;
starvation in Germany. There have been
no riots in which women were mowed .
down with machine guns. Similarly,
foreign reports that extraordinary limi-
tntions have been placed on the indi-;
vidual supply of food so as to injure!
the health of the population, especially!
growing youths, are based on ubsolute :
ignorance or are intentionally talse.
"Until recently our greulest diffi
culties arose from imperfect organiza
tion. Out of the mistakes made earlier
in the war we have gathered enough
experience to prevent n repetition. For
instance, many cities recommended
meatless weeks, but found this unneces
sary and inadvisable."
tho harvests in Polund, Belgium,
northern France and other territories
occupied -by the flermnn army will be
suffie.teat for the civilian populations,
Regular Band Concert
Willson Park Tonight
The following program will be given
at the band concert by Salem Munici
pal band at Willson l'nrk r'ridny, Au
gust 4th, p. m.:
1 March, "Stars and Stripes For
2 Overture, "Poet and Peasant."
3 Waltz, "Aeroplane Dip." .. Pryor
4 Comic Operu Selection, "The
5 Vocal Solo, "In Land of Love
With the Song Birds." ... Kega
Mr. Tom Ordemnu
tl Ballet Music from "Faust." ....
7 Medley Selection, "Koniick'a
Hits." No. f5 Arr-Lumpe
8 Characteristic, "Indian Sagwa."
0 Patriotic Airs, "Songs of the
10 March, Selected.
-H. X. Stoudeiimever, Director.
With the Season's
choicest and best.
YOU WILL BE SUPPLIED
at all times with the
best that the market
Phone Us Your Orders
And you can rest assured you will get the best
Fruits, Vegetables and Groceries; plenty of
fresh Cantaloupes for all at 5c each ; Water
melons, Peaches and all kinds of fresh Fruits
and Vegetables for Saturday.
J. L. BUSICK & SON
456 State Street. Phone 182
40000 Years Ago
Philadelphia, Aug. 4. Stone implo-
l ments and household tools, estimated
to bo 40,000 years old, forming part of
'a collection owned by Meremptah, son
iiinl suecesiMir to Kiuneses the tircat,
1I1O0 years before ('lu-ist, have lieiu
uiicurtlicd in the pre hislorie monarch 'h
palace at Memphis, ancient capital of
':ypt. Advices telling of these im
portant discoveries hove just reached
, I the university museum here from He.
Muldlesboro. Kv., Aug. L Rcnorts 1 Inrence S. Fisher, lender of tile Kcli-
. noma i from the Blair creek district today fix I J'W 'oxe, ;lr., expedition to Kn,vpt,
the death list in yesterday's tlood at , ft ,)r rMr l1t.H,.ri,.H
28. Tho dead are: wandering through the spacious halls
Robert Johnson and wife. f tle ,.,,(, ,uiH,.e that -for centurion
.limine anu i.iiue ney, iionroc, , uV paried ill ancient Memphis, tluli!
Yesterday's Toll in Kentucky
Will Execute Dogs!
Headquarters, Washington National
Guard, Calcxico, Cal., Aug. 4. There's
going to be an execution here today and
guardsmen are going to lose 30 of their
best friends "dogs."
Since the arrival of militinmen from
the month nearly every dog in town has
deserted its master and come to live
with the troops in camp. Quite a num
ber deserted their native Mexico and
swore allegiance to Uncle Sam. Nearly
every company of the Second Washing
ton infantry has adopted a mongrel.
Then a few days ago a hydrophobia
scare went the rounds and the inotely
assortment of "puis," as some troop
ers call them, were condemned to
death with three days grace in which
owners might claim their pet.
A few Calexico citizens called for
their dogs, but before nightfull all
wero buck in camp, evidently preferring
"militia death" to thp olil death.
Yon can make and save mon-
ilc ey by reading the Journal'!
41 New Today columns.
Mrs. Crockett Kdmuud and three
Potter Walker, wife and eight chil
dren. Huek Ferguson, wife and eight chil
dren. Those drowned lived in a zone n few
miles long. Investigation further down
creek showed none were killed but prop
erty dniiiago is estimated at 4150,000.
Two flour mills, two storehouses, fir
dwellings, crops and livestock were lost.
Trains on the Southern railroad between
Middlesboro and Knoxville were only
ornaments, scarabs, vessels of various
kind and vnses were found intact, just,
as they must have bcci when the lords
of those days evacuated. Many of the
relics found, says Ir. Fisher, date hack
to the Stone Age. Traces of a firo
that must have ravished the palace an
found on every side, ncennling to tho
BOUGHT A SACE HORSE
Kureka, Cal., Aug. 4. Crufi't' Un
der of K In 11. lit li Kails., Or., has bon jlit
the race horse Kureka from ''hallos
able to get within 10 miles of each 1 Mi Donougb for il'.'.'iO, it was nniioun
Tlio husband of a nagging woman
mny furnish most of her because.
How we dislike people who are al
ways dramatizing their troubles..
A Famous Physician's
After a series of careful experiment I with poisonous waste matter, which
and tests at the Invulid's Hotel and settles in the feet, ankles and wrists;
Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. V., eov-(or under the eyes in bag-like fornia
ering many years Dr. Pierce, the medi-; tious.
cal director of that hospital made an-1 It is just as necessary to keep the
nouncenient that lie could prove that, a kidneys acting properly as to keep the
medicine which he called "ANL'RIC" bow Is active.
was the liest uric acid solvent now to The very best possible way to take
be had. As a remedy for those easily 'care of yourself is to take a glass of hot
recognized symptoms of inflammation : water before meals and an "Anurte"
as scalding 'urine, backache and fre- tablet. In this nay it is readily dis
quent urination, as well as sediment in solved with the food, picked up by the
the urine, or if uic acid in the blood blood and finally reaches tho kidneys,
has caused rheumatism, lumbago, sci-! where It Ins a tonie ef 'ect in rebuilding
atiea, grout, it is simply wonderful howl those organs.
quickly "Anuric" acts: causing the Step into the drug store and ask for a
pains and stiffness rapidly to disappear. 1 50-cent package of "Annrie," or, send
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a dropsical condition, often caused by many times more potent than llthia.
disordered kidneys. Naturally when the eliminates urie acid as hot water molts
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