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HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, MONDAY, NOV. 4, 1912.
'Plank Splinters frm
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HfcA8 an Independent Candidate for Senator ( have cnme before the peo
- pie with a well-defined policy on the following questions:
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Utility Commission, Banana Claims and Labor.
These are the questions, JLhat arc pcrtinqnt to the present campaign
and a candidate's stand on these questions should determine whether he
should be elected or not.
No speaker 'of either party has assailed
. -No candidate on either the Republican or Democratic ticket has been
able i to attack a single statement that I have made either on the stump
or through the press. v
; You have read my views on ail the above questions and If you think it'
oTer you must conclude that THE V ARE ALSO YOUR VIEWS.
Now I ask you, Mr. Republican or Mr. Democratic voter, which of your
candidates' have come forward with any policy iipon any question' of vital
interest during this campaign ? ; . . ' ; l .
Don't you think" there Is some qualification required besides the wear
ing of a party label to merit an election at your hands to the high office
of Seuator? : ' Vi.' '. J."
, Are 'you going to vote fo? a man for Senator whose only qualification
seems to be that be is backed by the planters' association and can be
coctrolled by It?
If I stand. for and pledge myself to work for the legislation you want
while the, other candidate stands for nothing, pledges nothing, and says
nothing, dont you think I am entitled to your Vote. as one of. yourscna-'
tcrs? . VV: ; i ' , .
; Give this a little thought,- Mr :Voter, and I feel sure you will vote Tor
me even If J am an. Independent CndldatQ.;-r .
Republican, candidates and ; workers
wound up a rery strenuous and sue-
cessful SundaTith a mpker held in ,
vu,'Kruuuu. ' 7TW.'r;i4ave office were called upon to
denco on Buckle LaneThe program , ; A, S. Kaleiopu, candidate for
of the precinct club of the Fourteen ta . the Senate, made one of the most
of the precict club of the Fourteenth fctraightforward and appealing speech-
preuni m. ic niu wincu ie t- j
tendance was good, the speeches to;
me pomi ana xne auaience wcu pleased.-
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The ladles "were on ; as hard
workers, as usual much of the success
of the affair being due to Mesdames
Notley. McGregor and their friends
who assisted. Tables, were laid under
a temporary canopy, sandwiches, soda
water, apples, cigars and cigarettes
being, supplied in bounteous quanti
ties. ' ' : .
Mr. Anderson was general manager;
under the direction of Mr, Kcola the
County Committeeman from the pre
cfnctr Delegate Kuhio spoke first in
Hawaiian, dealing 'with the general
principles of the campaign and coun-
seling the Hawaiians to stand by the
- Republican tarty. He was followed bylr"; rritli fVom al
i ri Pfkf ihA villi rriri 3ihn OI fPPri 'or .ine position irom an
E?.L 'v2rec?l7JML Jhn!imlies and his friensd believe he ha5
, iBe uuKea oa vue MUlJr OI lUB TerBj
on eiecuon aay. urgmg every uepuo-
lican voter to be a watcher and
slst at the polls in rolling up the ma -
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Vierra made a speech In three lan-
guages. W. C Achl was not only in
l terpreter, but made a good talk on his
i own account Candidates Dowsett,
Renlon, Paris and others were heard
4 from and all given a good reception.
4 The affair wound up with a good
wqplesome talk from David Notley
who asked the men of the Fourteen-
j im frecmci io give buuu ucuuui i . lpr four and one.naif years. Jle has
r themselves on election day and as-, boen chlef cierk of the, poHce depart
, cist In rolling up the majority for the ment for the last four yearg
straight uepuDiican ucKei.
REPUBLICANS HOLD TWO
SATURDAY NIGHT RALLIES
Two well-attended Uepublicau
meetings were held last Saturday
night, one at Manoa Tennis Club.ihe
third precinct of the fourth-district.
and tne at Emma quare. me eignm
precinct of the 4th district. Delegate,
'kuhio spoke at each meeting, his
7 speech beiw? along the lines of his
utterances throughout the campaign.
tne declared that he hfcs nothing per
i sonal against Frear, but that Jie was
sincere in his fight, add If .conditions
f --u,ia 5 -rnin arise wh&re he thought
the laws were not helrig administered
cxr behalf of all the people of the Ter -
THE BIG INTERESTS
1 llUta. W .HafK, VI . I 1 J UiV, O lJ C1.W IU. II,1M. I (ft. I
a single argument ' I have
rltory he would make a fight against
those ; conditions. David Notley, C.
G. Bartlett, Charles 'N.Arnold, A. Q.
Marcallino, Col.. Sam Parker . and ,Nor
man Watklns were among the candi
dates who spoke at the Manoa meet
tng, while : other speakers were C.
Mont ague Cooke W. . O. Smith and
Charles R, Hemenway, who as presi
dent of the club, presided at the'meei'.
ing." . '. ;
At the Emma Square meeting a
numbr . of the ,candIdate8 for legl8
eg of the entire campaign. He said
that he had neardne was to be knifed
in the Fourth district, but that bis
conscience was. clear as to his record,
and would stand by his convictions.
He said that be was at . loss to -understand
why he has been attacked
in this campaign for what he was
praised for doing before, but that he
would go forward regardless of the
attacks within the party and work
for the straight Republican ticket
ASCH GETS SUPPORT
Julius W. Asch, Jr., Democratic
candidate for representative from the
KVllirth Hicfrint ict ffAlHntr o rrnrA font
an excellent chance of election. Asch
was Dorn in Honolulu on November
as-Jlstf 1880 He recelved educatlon
iaf Sf Tnla Pollo Hrtnii
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spent 2 years in San Francisco at the
Union Iron Works. He returned to
Honolulu in 1899 and went to work
for the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company as purser for two years.
Later he moved to Kauai and worked
as store bookkeeper for Makaweli
Plantation store. Then he returned
In Hnnnlnln nnri urae pmnlnvoH tiv i
the Honolulu Rapid Transit Company
Asch is president of tne St-
College Alumni Assn.. President of!
the Rapid Transit Employes' Benefit
Assn.. secretary of the Fraternal Or-
der of Eagles and trustee of the Im
proved Order of Red Men.
MLMETHIG FOR .MOTHERS.
This Is the season of the year when
mothers feel verv much concerned ov-
er the frequent colds contracted by
weir cnuaren, ana nave abundant rea-
son for it, as every cold weakens the
lungs, lowers the vitality and paves
the way for the more serious diseases
that so often follow. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is famous for its cures,
and is pleasant and safe to take. For
isale by all dealers. Benson. Smith &
Jco., Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
IN RACE TO END,
The rumor that I.. I.. ! Candltss i WAILUKT. Xovemtn-r H. Thefe Spreading among the Hawaiians
is aftrr tlif governorship in the event last two or three days before electioujthe absurd story that the Republican
of a Democratic president bfing elect-j are tremendously busy ones for the party is planning to establish tuber
d Krru fast following the intimation candidates. The Republican office-1 culosis hospitals and camps in order
i of it given by thr Star-Uulletin last seekers are spending a part of the
j Saturday. - so fast in fact, that it gotj'inic today at Kahakuloa. and tonight
to the other islanJs. According to re-
j ports, wireless mehsages went out to
I the other islands saying that McCan
I dlrsh had withdrawn from the race
tor delegate and is putting all his
energies, upon getting the governor-
! Both McCandless and B. (". River-
burgh, Democratic county campaign
manager, issued denials of the story.
.McCandless said in a statement:
"Word has been brought to me that
stories have been spread in the other
islands by wireless that 1 have with
drawn from the race as a candidate
for Delegate to Congress, with the ex
pectation of becoming a candidate for
Governor, should Governor Wilson be
elected President next Tuesday.
"Such stories of my withdrawal are
made out of whole cloth and are ab
solutely without foundation. In fact, I
desire to assert at this time and in the
most emphatic manner possible, that
I am in the fight to stay and will be
in it up to the moment that the list
ballot is counted. Any such petty poli
tical tricks to hurt -my candidacy by
the retailing of palpable campaign ties
is liable to prove a boomerang to
those who have countenanced such
work." (Signed) il L. McCANDLESri.
Rivenburgh'a Statement Says:
"Made desperate by the apparent
defeat which Kuhio. is facing In his
race for Congress, his campaign man
agers have resorted to the grossest
trickery In a last vain effort to save
the day. Wireless messages have been
sent from Republican headquarters
to the other islands stating the pal
pable falsehood that L. L. McCand
less has withdrawn from the race for
Delegate on the Democratic ticket
and will be a candidate for the gover
norship should the Democratic party
win i In the national election.
This bareface untruth can. only be
met with the statement that L. L. Mc
Candless Is a candidate for Deilegate
on the Democratic ticket, and is not
a candidate for Governor. He is con
fident that he will be the next Dele
gate from liawaii and that the under
hand dealing and knavish acts which
have marked the fight of Kuhfo again
st him, will but result in drawing to
him the votes of those who believe
in honesty and fair play.
; (Signed) -
BERTRAM G. R1VENBURGH,
Chairman of the Democratic
A ; rumor was about the city last
night that the messages to the other
Island had been sent by R. W. Shin
gle, chairman of the territorial' cen
tral '; committee, hut this was denied
absolutely f by Mr. Shingle. "I sent no
message," and if any such was sent
from headquarters, it was without
my knowledge.' .
PARIS IS CANDIDATE PEOPLE
CAN WELL SUPPORT
Edwin H. Paris, who received the
Republican nomination as supervisor,
s a representative of the soil of the
Territory of Hawaii, as he was born
His business experience of twenty
two years with the firm ef K. O. Hall
tv Son. of which he is Manager, has
shown him to be a careful and pro
gressive man. He has been a lead
iJig spirit in the building up of that
business and has wrestled with the
ups and downs and the financial
questions of that firm attendant on
its nig fire and the rebuilding of the
up-to-date ore on the corner of Fort
and King streets.
He. has a keen and hearty interest
in the welfare of the Territory of Ha
waii, and particularly in the upbuild
ing of the city and county of Hono
lulu. With the rapid growth of this
city just such men as Mr. Paris are
needed in public office, and he shows
his willingness to help out the sit
uation by allowing his name to come
before the public and to burden him
self with the problems of public of
tice al considerable personal sacri
fice. He is not politically ambitious hue
has answered the call of the citizens
to serve in the interests of good gov
evrnment and the economic adminis
tration of public affairs, Jt is to be
hoped that lie will have the undivided
Mipport of uot only the business men
but of all who stand for capable and
honest men in office.
they have a big rally at the Orpheum
which is engaged for the occasion.
The trip to Kahakuloa had to be made
on horseback. Monday will be the
rounding up day. And Tuesday strag-
glers will be brought to the polls, so of this paper heard Kiakahi tellin?
that the largest possible vote shall be the hoax to voters and urging them
cast. I to vote the Democratic ticket and pu.
Link McCandless had only kind j the Republicans out of business. Joe
words to say about Wailuku while he j Fern, according to the story told by
was on Maui for a day ort wo. He i the voters themselves, had been also
praised up the town for its progres-; busy spreading the yarn,
siveness and the decided improve- On Saturday Fern issued a "procla
ments he noticed since the last time mation" setting asjde Sunday as
he was here. Kaniho has been help-1 'Tuberculosis Day." Having thus of-
ing Link to do some boosting for the
Democratic cause. Thomas Clark, Bil
ly Coelho, E. Duvauchelle, John
Bright, Kalei Kahaulelio and some
others have been stumping through
the Hana district this week. It is re
ported that they have had fair audi
ences. POLITICAL MUSINGS
Link has the Linkus delegatis fever
ot the intermittent variety.
Something that Honolulu can very
well do without is another session of
the Jarrettized police force.
All this city has heretofore lacked
is the attentions of a live-wire mayor.
will fill that long felt
An optimist may be described as a
man who wants to see hh city go
ahead. Col. Sam Parker will get the
optimistic vote tomorrow.
Captain Parker's administration of
the police department will be a pleas
ant relief from the present methods,
which seem to be all run down at the
Hustace thinks that what he wants
is within the gift of the people of this
city, and that they have given it to
him already. He needs more light on
It may be that Link's aversion to
spending money in the present cam
paign is brought about by the recol
lection of what he usually gets fo
cash along that line,'
Listening to the different, opinions
expressed by candidates of those
who are on the other side and want
the same office- leaves no doubt that
this is a free- country all right.
Hawaii needs somebody of the Dr.
Wiley status to compel the placing oi
pure-truth labels on the political bal
loon essence that belches forth daily
at the prosperity barrel corner.
THE ABSEXT-MIJiDED VOTER.
(A long way after Kipling)
When you've finished Hail Columbia,
When you've sung Aloha Oe,
When you've killed the Grand Old
Party with your mouth.
Will you kindly give attention to a lit
tle solid think
That is coming to you ere this year is
You've gulped a lot of hot air
From the soapbox and that ilk
That is nothing more than buncombe
If you let spellbinders josh you and
lead you by the nose
You will live to rue it in the coming
Now then, sane men, what are you
going to do?
To be led by the nose till the ballots
Is a thing you'll live to rue.
You've got to think of the wife and
And the taxes you must tote,
So don't put your mark for a Demo
When you vote, vote, vote.
When you've listened to their bun
combe, When you've swallowed all the rot,
When you've got your fill of shouting
and of noise,
Just consider where they're leading
And then you'll plainly see
They are treating you just like a lot
When they shout down men with
With brains and common sense,
And try to put rib-thumpers in their
Can't you see, Hawaiian voters,
If you give them your support,
It's sad and solemn music you must
Now then, workingmen, what are yot
going to do?
You're led by the nose till the ballots
You'll be downed and you'll know it,
So-lhink for yourselves and your in
terests Before your name, is wrote
For a Democrat on Tuesday next
When vou vote, vote, vote!
K. W. B.
Wife Broke again! It seems to me
you are always short of money. Hub
(a poker player) It is due to the way
was raised. Wife. .That's right;
birme it on your poor parents.
"Are you expecting a landslide this
year?" asker one campaigner. "No."
replied the other. "There has been so
much mud-throwing that there won't
ba any loose land left."
ON FEI SPREADS
to get the Hawaiians into thera for
sinister purposes. Mayor Joe Fern,
candidate for re-election on the Demo
cratic ticket, and a Democratic "run
ner" by the name ef Joel Kiakahi,
went among the voters of the Fifth
district yesterday. A representative
ficially indorsed the movement which
had nothing to do with politics and
which was marked by a mass meet
ing of people of art faiths yesterday,
Joe got busy among the Hawaiians
telling them that it was a Republican
plan to get rid of , the native voters.
BE SUSPENDED TOMORROW
Tomorrow's business is voting.
There will be little or no business
doing outside of the continuous pro
cession of voters to the polls In the
The stores and shops,, wholesale
and retail, all those of any import
ance at all, will close their doors, per-
; mitting employers and employes alike
to foregather, at the booths to record
their say-so regarding the sixty and
more candidates for the various ter
ritorial and county offices.
This has been agreed on at a
meeting of the Merchants' Associa
tion, which body believes that the
electorate should ;be unhampered by
routine duties on so important a day
as that of election.
On the waterfront there will be all
the indications of a holiday. No
freight will be handled, nor will there
be any sweating and hustling of
stevedores. The men who handle the
imports and exports will march to the
polls in their various precincts and
cast their ballots with a holiday air.
None of the steamers of the -fnter-Island
will receive or discharge
POLITICS HAS NOT
A circular of the Fourth National
Bank of the city of New York, dated
October 1, says: ;f
' "Politics has , not been an important
factor in business affairs this year
hut there is likely to be a material
expansion In general trade as soon
as the elections are held. This Is be
cause a great number of enterprises
are usually held up pending the out
come of a presidential contest, or un
til it is known how the next congress
will stand. It seems fair to assume
that the campaign will end without
any unfavorable developments to un
settle business affairs, and that 'the
present struggle will pass Into history
as being one of the most interesting
that the country has seen and at the
same time one which has really of
fered the least possible disturbance
to general trade. A notable feature
of the present situation is the contin
ued prosperity of retail trade and the
very satisfactory volumn of business
which is being done bv department
stores in most of the important cities
in the United States."
POLLING PLACES . ON OAHU
First precinct (Kaimuki) Polling
place, corner of Waialae and Kapahu
l i roads.
Second precinct (Waikiki) Polling
place, corner of.Kalakaua avenue and
John Ena (Kalii) road.
Third precinct (Manoa and Puna
hou) Corner of Wilder avenue and
Punahou street, in Spreckels tract
Fourth precinct (Makiki) Polline
place, corner of Keeaumoku and Wild
Firth precinct (lower Makiki) Poll
ing place, Thomas Square.
Sixth precinct (Kewalo) Polling
place, corner of South and Kawaiahao
Seventh precinct (Kakaako) Poll
ing place, board of health building.
Eight precinct' (Punchbowl and n.m
m? Square) Polling place, Etnraa
station. Fort and
(Fort and Nuuanu
place. Central fire
Polling plate, corner Nuuanu and
Eleventh precinct (Waimanalo)
Polling place, Waimanalo schoolhouse.
Twelfth precinct (Pauoa and Punch
bowl) Polling place, near Punchbowl
street bridge over Pauoa stream.
First precinct (Koolaupoko) Poll
ing place, Koolaupoko courthouse, Ka
neohe. Second precinct (rest of KoolatHoko
district) Pooling place, Waiahole
Third precinct (Koolauloa and Iie )
Polling place, Yin Sit clubhouse, Ka
pano, Punaluu. t
Fourth precinct (rest of Koolauloa)
Polling place, restaurant near Ke
huku railroad station.
Fifth precinct ( Waialua) Polling
place. Waianae courthouse.
Sixth precinct (Waianae) Poling
place, Waianae courthouse.
Seventh precinct (Ewa Honeae and
Honouliull) Polling place. Ewa pavilion.
! Eighth precinct (rest of Ka dis
trict) Polling place. Ewa courthouse.
; Ninth precinct "lower Kalian Pcll
iug pUcet Kalihf pumpihg station.
Tenth precinct t upper Kaliti) Poll
tng place. Kalihiwaena scboolhoue.
Eleventh precinct tPalania Polling
j place. King street, near Kaiulani
j. Tweltth precinct (upper Nnuanui
i Polling place, near corner of Lilthi
rnd School street.
Thirteenth precinct (above ScRSol
S street) Foiling place, corner of Kua-
kini and Nuuanu avenue.
Fourteenth precinct (School and LI
liha streets Polling place. Vineyard
iireet on west side of Numnu .stream
1 Fifteenth precinct (Palama
Aala Polling place. Aala Park.
: Sixteenth precinct (remainder
I Waialua precinc t) Polling place, Wa
I hiawa schoolhouse.
Seventeenth precinct (remainder of
Halawai Polling place. Watertowi..
The secret of soapbox oratory is
saying i little in a whole lot of words,
exercising great care not to commit
one's seif to anything either more radi
cal or more conservative than the
statement of such a plain fact as "It
mins occasionally in Manoa" or there
is red dirt in Kaimuki."
The highly interesting fact, however,
that two and two makes four, waa put
up by a political word-smith, who wa
anxious to impress his "friends and
fellow citizens" in the crowd that tur
rounded him, his powers as an orator,
cn the soap-box Saturday afternoon in
a statement something like this:"
"E no makamaka ame no hoaloha o
Hawaii net, when in the course of hu
man events it becometh necessary to
compel two integers, commonly known
6t two and two, ,to coalesce; when. I
reiterate, such a lombmation of mag
nitudes becometh necessary, I declaro
and defy contradiction; the sum of two
quantities is four." . '
WILL BE ANNOUNCED
ARRANGEM ENTS HAVE BEEN .MADE TO RECEIVE PRO.
GRESSIVE BULLETINS DURING TUESDAY " EVENING.
THEY WILL BEN ANNOUNCED ORALLY, AND THE MES
SAGES WILL BE OPEN TO INSPECTION.
I Am Willing Tp Prove
I- Can Cure You
To That End I Am Giving Away $10,000
Worth of -Medicine " 'r -
In order to show beyond all doubt
that I am in possession of a medicine
that will cure kidney trouble, bladder
trouble or rheumatism, I will this year five
way ten thousand dollars' worth of this
medicine, and anyone suffering from these
diseases can get a box of it absolutely free.
Ail that is necessa.7 is to send me your ad
dress. I don't mean that you are to use a part of
it or all of tt and pay roe if cured. I mean
that I will send you a box of this medicine
absolutely free of charge, a gift from me to
the Uric Acid sufferers of the world, so I can
show them where and how they may be cured.
I will not expect payment for this free medi
cine, nor would I accept it now or later if
yoa sent it. It is free in the real meaning of
For twenty-fire years a quarter of, a cen
tury I have been trying to convince the pub
lic that I have something genuine, something
better than others have for the cure of stub
born, chronic rheumatism, for torturing kid
ney backache, for annoying calls to urinate.
But it is hard to convince people they try a
few things unsuccessfully and give up all hope
and refuse to listen to anyone thereafter.
Happily, I am in a position now to demon
strate to sufferers at my own expense that I
have a medicine that cures these diseases.
I don't ask them to spend any money to find
out; I don't ask thera to befieve mc, nor even
to take the word of reliable people, but all I
ask is that they allow me to send them the
medicine at my own cost. That is surely fair.
To this end I have set aside ten thousand
dollars, which will be used to compound my
medicine. Much of it is ready now to be
sent out, all of it fresh and standard. There
will be enough for all sufferers, though there
be thousands of them. And anyone who
needs it can get some of it free. But in
order that I shall know; that you have a dis
ease for which this medicine is intended, I
ask you to send me some of your leading
symptoms. If you have1 any of the symptoms
in the list printed here you need my medicine
and if you will write me 'I will gladly send
you a box of it free with full directions foi
your use. Look the symptoms over, see
which symptoms you have, then write me
about as follows: "Dear Dr., I notice symp
toms number" here put down the numbers,
S've your age, full address, and send it to me.
y address is Dr. T. Frank Lynott, T0
Occidental Bldg., Chicago, 111.
The ten thousand dollars I am spending for
the compounding of ray medicine is only a
part of the money I am devoting to this
cause, for the package of medicine I send you
will be fully prepaid at my expense. From
any standpoint you view it, YOU inor no
expense or obligation. Just tell others who
you know are suffering who sent you the
medicine that cured you.
I am promising to give away ten thousand
dollars' worth of medicine, and I will do that;
I am promising to send any sufferer who
writes me a box of this medicine and full
direction! free of charge, and I will do that.
im rPTinni n i if
At t!'e opening of the polls tomor
row morning the election inspectors
at each polling place shall establish
a boundary, inside of which no party
runners or workers, distributing party
catlot or engaged in other partisan
activities, shall venture.
Official sample ballots will be open
ed by the inspectors immediately on
the opening of the polling places, and
posted on the inside of each booth
and outside the polling place, toge
ther with Instructions to voters. A
full list of the registered qualified
voters in each precinct shall be post
ed outside each polling place. Any
marks placed on these Is declared a
No voter may be challenged except
as to his Identity -with that ot his
signature on the register.
CANDIDATES MAKE EARLY
The early bird may catch the worm,
and the early candidate might catch
the voter if he didn't get around be
fore breakfast. flCnd esneci&IlT on Sun
, Yesterday morning, almost before
the peep- of day, there was a party
of candidates in machines scouring
the Kaimuki district for a promise of
votes They were 7 no respecters- of
lh Snnrfnv mnrninr heantv nn . nrf
a number of sour faces met them "at
1 lie uuur. . uuc 111 mi tutu caruuii
candidate, after he had been pulled
out of his bed by the ring at the door
that "on to that time he had nothing
against the candidate and bid him
a good :- morning. t ;, . OV, '
PROMPTLY AT THE
DR. T. FRANK LYNOTT
who is giving atrajr $10,000 wort of sBd .
I qan say further that this medicine baa been -vouched
for according to law as complying in
every detail with all requirements. It will
stop rheumatism, it will stop pain and bads
ache, it will stop too frequent desire to
urinate; it will heal, soothe and strengthen.
You will be better in every war for having
taken it. There is not an ingredient taat can
injure; not one but wiU benefit. All that I
ask is that you use it yourself so that Tw
may be personally convinced. . ,
Owing to the large number of roqneota, I
have had ten thousand more copiet of say
medical book printed. This book is new aad
up to date ana contains complete descriptions,
symptoms, causes, effects ana cures of kidney,
bladder and rheumatic diseases. All who write
for the free medicine will be otnt a copy
of this grand illustrated medkal book tW
largest ever written on these diseases for freo
and general distribution.
If you need medicine such as I have, if
you are anxious to be cu red and don't want
to spend any money LOOKING for cures,
write me. Read the symptoms over and let
me hear from you todav.
These Are the Symptoms:
1 Patn In the bark.
2 Too frMiunt dmir tn nHnat.
3 Burning- or ohtttrurtlofi of wrlno.
Pain or orfiM4 In tb bladder.
V Proatatlr tronbl.
6 Gas or pnln In th totnHl.
J C.ncraldbUltT. wftknrw, nltAnM
n fain or somen under rirht rib.
ft Swelling- In Any pnrt of the body.
1 9 Constipation or liver trouble.
1 1 Palpitation or pal a under tno heart.
1 Pain In the hip Joint.
1 3 Pain In the neek or head.
1 4 - Pain or aorenea In the kidney.
1 .1 Pain or nwelllna of the Joint,
19 Pain or wellinc of the maarles.
1 ?Pain an! soreaena In nerves. :
18 A nit e or chronic rheuutatlun.