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Wednesday, Feb. 5, 1913.
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'-OTi^^ w3t« ' vr fr7""* 'SiliE. '*""" -^ v ''"s tllillk lunv mU('h nicer and mol'o
ffl^^SSfTOHiifew?a^d^'^ V'liomelike" it is to own a "Home
r I^S^MPO^SIW^^"'' 1^ Home" of ■your owu! You can
|jfr^ llPly^ B*-' buy "M' nov; with your rent money.
'^i^^^C "*" -^==s-j*-^, So take advantage of the opportunities
fesi***^. . these real estate firms are offering you
S|^^^|o^^^ps^ n--i^^a= —T today. Read these ads carefully, for
I"'' ~ / ('"'-v represent the best buys in Tacoma
Hi^-^ ZL_ and vicinity.
THREE HOME SNAPS—EASY TERMS
$150 DOWN, balance like rent, buys a modern new 5-room bunga
low In the West Knd dlnttlct. Porcelain bath fixtures, rhina buffet,
book cases, laundry trays, and many other features. Cement floured
basement. Space for two roomu in attic. A good buy at $2,500 —and
note the terms. (157)
1250 CASH, balance $15 monthly, INri.T'IHNC. INTEREST, bujn a
moilern IH-Btory bunsalow In the North Knd, six blocks from "L'Gth
and l'roctor sts. An attractive hon\e inside and out; porcelain bath,
Blash main Interior finish, electric lipht fixtures, etc.; 2 full lota with
bearlnx fruit trees, hu ;<• wooiiHheil and chicken houa*. A bona fide
sacrifice located In a district where values are rapidly Increasing. If
you don't mind beinp a few blocks from the car, Investigate this
proposition. Think of the terms! $15 monthly, INCLUDING interest —
cheaper than rent. (S4B)
$300 DOWN, balance easy, buys a cosy 4-room and bath bungalow
near Sixth avenue and A.lams. Porcelain plumbing, convenient ar
ranxement. A fetching little home In an exceptionally good neighbor
hood, % block fi-iini car; 2 full lots; plenty of fruit. Another B»od
chance to save your rent money. Price $1,750. (153 D)
205-20G-207 I'rovident Bldfr. Phone Main 5(14,
Plenty of money to loan at low rates on desirable Tacoma property,
Btuiikl Yoiuir Hotnse
To suit your own ideas on lots you like.
We finance the whole propositionbuy the lots
—design the house —erect it and turn it over ready to
PAY ON EASY TERMS
monthly or yearly.
It is just as cheap as buying an old house that
"will never be satisfactory.
Look over our plans. " %
Hale Byngalow Co
Home Builders. Insurance. Loans.
1101-2 Hcalty Bldg. Main 6907.
Two Umiiuistuial Bargains
lira North End Homes '
This house is a neatly shlnpled 5-room bungalow with bath, full
concrete basement, and Is plnstered throughout. It is located on a
corner lot 37Hx92% with Kiaded streets. This is ■ remarkable buy
and needs no cash to handle it. A monthly payment of $23.78, which
Includes Interest, will make it your home.
This 5-room bungalow finished with lap Riding; is located on the
adjoining; lot. The Interior Is finished with Heaver Hoard, the new
wall covering. It has a concrete foundation find basement and la
thoroughly modern in every detail. As $22.45 per month Includes in
terest and cash Is not necessary this home will not be on the market
The New Jersey Mortgage
- 11l South 10th St.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Six rooms, large basement, first-class plumbing,
cjround 87x145 feet, in berries and fruit trees, chick
pen-house and woodshed, 3 blocks to car line; price
only $1,750. Terms.
Two modern houses 10 minutes' walk to Don
nelly hotel, best buy in city; easy terms or consider
D. IE. Roberts Co.
210-11 Berlin Bldg.
- Jl Jc\v.>^vJU)Jg /l
? For City Property
■ Five acres Improved at Johnsons • Crossing.
Six acres at Fern Hill, good buildings, 4% acres In cultivation.
Five acres, Roosevelt Heights, good orchard, house,-barn, chicken
k houses, 3 acres cleared; fine spring;.
Sixty acres at Yelm, good shot clay soli, new house, barn, wind pump
and tank 40 acres timber.
>s_i Eighty acres. Lorcnce lake, house, barn, stock and farm tools; has 1
access to the lake. ■ . . ..
'. 160-acre dairy ranch, 3 miles from 3 R. R. towns.
■ ,-•"• This Is only a partial list. Come In and talk it over with us if
you want to trade or buy, . i ... • .. .
: :; : v•: J. W. Hoops <& Sons " ,
224 Nat T Realty Blder.
For sale, 6 acres partly cleared,
good 4-room house, new barn, "/<
acre chicken fences, rest, slashed and
burned; $1700, part cash, terms on
balance to suit. Inquire at Kilge
jirood store for A. C. Anderson, Lake
■ \Jeneva, or address to Auburn, Wn.
$7 PER MONTH HOME
Two good cleared lots and a
good new cottage ready to move
into, located near car line. Price
$500, on terms, or $10 down and $7
"• J. M. Curtis & Co.
814 Bankers Trust Bids.
This will beat paying rent We
will furnish the lots and build the
house to suit you, while you pay
us the rent and we will apply it on
You will soon own it. Talk it
over with us.
THE NEW JERSEY MORTGAGE
11l South 10th, st.
Safety Deposit Boxes for rent.
Give me $800 and take my place.
About V 4 acre, 916 East Main at.,
all set to fruit; 4-room house,
wood shed, chicken house and ce
ment walk; Shprt Line, get off at
After getting filled up with a
fine luncheon at the Y. W. C. A.
Tacoma progressives yesterday
afternoon took up the minimum
wage question and unanimously
endorsed the bill of Dr. Croake in
the house for a minimum wage
for women and girls and sent a
telegram so notifying her. Sev
enty participated in the vote.
GEORGE SEES SHIP
PORTSMOUTH, Eng., Feb. 5.
—Closely guarded against the
activities of suffrap;ets or possi
ble Indian plotters, King George
came here today by special train
to inspect the new battle cruiser
EX-SEN. CLARK ILL
LOS ANGELES, Feb. s.—For
mer I'nitod States Senator Clark,
president of the Salt Lake rail
roud. is ill today at the home of
his son, W. A. Clark, jr. He is
said to be threatened with pneu
If sold this week I will take $1,
--150 for my Improved C-acre home,
furnished. 3 minutes' walk to ilill
hurst station: will also slve use of
85 acres adjoining. Two teams,
wajfon, buggy, $100.
Will pay 5 per cent commission
and 10 per cent Interest for quick
loan of $350 on 10 acres good tim
ber land near Ilillhural station. Ad
dress C. F. Campbell, Victoria, B. C.
To pet a very choice small* frtilt
ranch in Vakinia valloy is .lUST
Now. Irrigated appla and pear or
chard Just ready to hoar. Will sell
it low to quirk buyer or inlßlit ron
■tder little trad*. Qet particular!
from owner. Proctor 1285.
(•room house and 2 lots; price
I4!S, $100 down and $7 per month.
liios Natl. itealty isidg., Tacoma,
For sale by owner, pretty, modern
S-roora bunvalow with I lots, close
to car line in North End, Price
$Jino. Phone Proctor 1105
If you have any property to rent,
trade or sell, see us. K. P. Camp
bell Co., 427 California Bldfr.
EVERYBODY'S DOING IT —
Reading bulletins of latest fad. 200
GO with me Sunday and see my s
acre tract cheap, easy terms; 6
miles from Tacoma north. 2-0
Hankers Trust. I'hone Alain 9854.
Cheap—2 corner lots and 7-room
house; fcradhig done; must sell at
once. Call 3«3fl Bait G.
I'or sale, (-room cottage with 2
or 3 lots, 1421 So. 50th, bath, gas
range and electric lights, on paved
street. Main lit.
House, 5-r., bath, toilet, lights,
food cooler, wood shed, sewer,
walks, etc.; 2 lots, orchard, berries,
shrubbery, lawn. Beautiful place.
South, 15 minutes' ride. Cost $-500;
price cut to $22"i0; $500 down, |li
monthly. Look 1422 So. 54th, near
Lennox Investment Company
1103 Commerce St.
3-room. well built cottage, 2
dandy lots, have been In garden,
. H4 blocks from car, 5o car tare, $s
per month. Price $750.
T. W. ASPINALX.
Main 873. 604 Natl. Realty Bldg.
30 acres near Puyallup for sale
cheap. Call owner, Main 7554-J-4.
40 ACRES cheap, near Tanwax,
part cleared, small house and
outbuildings. Good soil, spring on
place. Address Box X-1101, Times.
MAKE me an offer on lota 20 and
21, block 2, Buddlnick's addition.
V> ill accept any reasonable offer
or will trade. Address T-101, ci
your set of books for the
new year should be or
dered early—aside from
a larger selection of
ready-mades, we manu
facture any special form
Bindery & Ptg. Co.
947 C st. 946 Com. St.
Ins: the cardinal
principles of business Integrity.
Visit our classes, or consult any
business man if In doubt aa to
which school to attend.
CHAMBER Or COMMERCE BLDG.
C and 9th sts. Phone Main SO2
THE TAGQJKA TIMES.
Russell W. Jennings, the young
hank teller employed in the Pa
cific National bank, who stole
nearly $4,000 from time to time
because he lived beyond his
means, today takes his medicine.
When he was brought into the
federal court room yesterday aft
ernoon he refused the court's
proffer of a lawyer's services and
said that he was ready to go to
"When I was arrested over in
Seattle," he said, "the marshal
told me that the best way would
be to plead guilty and have it all
over with as soon as possible. I
am guilty of taking the money, so
I plead so."
"Ho you know that the mini
mum sentence prescribed by the
law is five years' imprisonment?"
enquired Judge Cushman.
Jennings went pale, but nodded
So the court imposed the sen
tence and today Jennings started
for McNeil's island, where if he
maintains' correct behavior and
wins the parole privilege he may
come out a free man in about 19
Jennings stole the money be
cause he couldn't stretch his sal
ary to support his wife, pay ali
mony to his first wife who had
divorced him and contribute, too
to the support of his parents, all
of whom live in Tacoma.
(By I'nited Press 1.■:.-..,1 Wire.)
BKATTLK. Fel.. T Ufa*
from (lie .sweatshops of New York
to a life of shame in the compluiijt
made by Miss l>na lilausner, 17,
iipiinst Abe llannaii, or ltitjLd
Kudir, 32, it native of Turkey.
Humum, who recently escu]>ed
federal prosecution under the
Mann law, la now on trial before
Judge Kunald in the suiKrior
According to White, Lena
Klansner came to the United
States from Austria six years ago
to join a sister and three brothers
in Now York. She became the
typical East Side tenement fac
tory slave and then Hannan came
into her life. She and Hannan
lived in New York for several
months when he decided to take
her to Seattle.
In the federal court Hannan
pleaded she was his common law
wife and that the interstate act
forbidding transportation of wo
men for immoral purposes did not
apply. Hannan is now charged
under the state with having
forced the girl to practice a life
of shame in Seattle.
/ Will Stake This Medicine
Against Your Time
A Few Days Will Be Sufficient to Prove You Are Curable
A few minutes of your time for a few days and I will
demonstrate to you, without expense to yourself that I
nave a medicine that drives Uric Acid poison from the sys
tem and by so doing cures kidney trouble, bladder trouble
and rheumatism. I don't ask you to take my I*word1*word for it,
but simply want you to let me send you some of this med
icine so that you can use it personally.
I am trying to convince sufferers from these diseases
that I have something far better than the usual" run of
remedies, treatments and such things, and the only way I
can demonstrate that fact is to go to the expense of com
pounding the medicine and sending It out free of charge.
This I,am glad to do for any sufferer who will take the
time to write me. Understand, I will not send you a so
called "sample, proof or test treatment," nor will I send
you a package of medicine and say that you can use some
of it and pay for the rest, but I will send you a supply free
of charge and you will not be asked to pay for this gift
nor will you be under any obligation.
All I want to know ia that you have a disease for whicn
my medicbn is Intended, as it Is not a "cure-all," and I
give herewith some c" tlie leading symptoms of kidney,
bladder and rheumatic troubles. If you notice one or more
of these symptoms you need this and I will be
glad to send you some of it if you Avill write me the num
bers of the symptoms you have, give your age, and your
name and address. My address 1» Dr. T. Frank Lynott,
9131 Deagan Building, Chlcagtx IJJ. You promise, me
nothing; you pay me nothing for It. All I ask, bo there
shall be no mistake, is that you
send me the numbers of your
symptoms or a description in your
own words, and that you take the
medicine according to the dlree
tions I send you. It is ray way of
getting publicity for my medicine
so that It will become widefly
You will agree when you havje
used it that it dissolves and drives
out uric acid poison. It toners
the kidneys so that they work in
harmony with the bladder. It
strengthens the bladder so that
frequent desire to urinate and
other urinary disorders are ban
ished. It stops rheumatic aches
and pains Immediately. It dis
solves uric acid crystals so that
back and muscles no longer ache
and crooked joints quickly
straighten out. It reconstructs
the blood and nerves so that you
soon feel healthier and more
vigorous, sleep better and eat
better and have energy through
out the day. It does all tills, and
yet contains nothing Injurious
and is absolutely vouched for ac
cording to law.
(By Uattod I'resK 1,.-m,<ml Wire.)
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 5. —That
Clarence narrow may be compell
ed to act as his own last line of
defense in his trial on a charge
of jury bribing was admitted
when the trial was resumed to
Earl Rogers, Harrow's enlef
counsel, is seriously 111 at his
homo. He has suffered a nervous
breakdown and probaDly will not
be able to appear again in tne
Bert Franklin, a detective who
claims to have bribed Robert
Bain, alleging he was acting ror
Darrow, occupied the stand ror
cross examination when court
convened today. Darrow person
ally took charge for the defense.
LENT BEGAN LAST EVENING;
EASTER COMES ON MARCH 23
Practically, Lent begins today.
From a standpoint, ecclesiastical
Lent began last evening, Shrove
Tuesday evening, not eve, at 6
This is the period of good reso
lutions for church people. There
are added duties at this season of
the year, a season particularly de
voted to self-examination and self
denial for the purposes of self-'
bettermen. Every church in the
city recognizing Lent has special
rules for the governance of its
congregation during this season.
HEUDHT, CONSTIPATED. BILIS,
TAKE DELICIOUS "SKIP OF HBS."
Removes the scum from the tongue, sweetens a sour
gassy, bilious stomach; cleanses your liver and
30 feet of bowels without gripe or nausea.
If headachy, bilious, dizzy,
tongue coated, stomach sour and
full of gas, you belch undigested
food and feel sick and miserable,
it means that your liver is choked
with sour bile and your thirty
foot of bowels are clogged with
effete waste matter not properly
carried off. Constipation is worse
than most folks believe. It moans
that this waste matter in the thir
ty feet of bowels decays into poi
sons, gases and acids and that
these poisons are then sucked In
to the blood through the very
duels which should suik only
nourishment to sustain the body.
Most people dread physic. They
think of castor oil, salts and ca
thartic pills. They shrink from
the after effects—so they post
pone the dose/until they get sick;
then they do this liver and bowel
cleansing in a heroic way—tUey'
i Sufferers from these dreadful
and dangerous diseases can sure
ly afford to spend a few minutes
a day for a few days to demon
.sjrate to their own satisfaction if
TIIKSK AUK THIS SVJHTOMSI |
i—Vntn In Hi.- bark.
,' 3—Too ir.-.|inhi desire (a urlii
.3 — llurniutt or ob«truct|on of
at nrlue. -
>■) 4 —l'nlii or aoreneaa In (he
<!— <Jii« or pnln In (he ■toniarh.
~7—General tl.bllK), nrikll ■•«».
. - dlialneaa.
B—Pain or aoreneaa under
rlajht rib. . , %
• 9—SMi-IHna In any part of the
B I body. .. ' ...-•-, , ■kvhjs
— <ori»(l|>n(lun or ll\<t trou
ble. --. ■ .:) i, .!-;
11 —I'aliiltntion or pain under
the heart. ■:■--- • ■ ••
—Pnln la (he hip joint. : .
IS—Pain In the neck or hrad.
14—l'ala or soreness In the Uiil
!»«<g ■m -' . • ■ ■<i.'H»*iiiiMWto»mM»t*Jgi
ir— lii or swelling of (he
- Jatata. ■- ~ •■-- •■---. • ■ ■■-'---;
IS—Pain or •nrlllaf of the
'.■-•', raaseles. '■•■:-. ' *-..* " - ■. -'•■■-•.;
IT—Pain and anrenwaa In nerve*.,
Aente ' or , ehronle •; rheuma
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(Uy United PttM l-eased Wlw.)
PORTLAND. Ore., Feb. 5.—
Tortured and beaten when lie was
unable to tell the location of
wealth he was supposed to have
secreted in his lonely cabin in
the South Portland hills. Venture
Battone, an elderly Italian labor
er, is today lying in a local hos
pital in a critical condition.
Three masked men invaded his
cabin, and despite the fact that
the aged man told them he was
possessed of no money beyond the
few cents on his person, they
burned his body with heated pok
ers, after which they struck him
It was many hours before Bat
tone regained consciousness and
dragged himself to a neighbor's
home, where an ambulance was
It Is not the beginning of the civil
year, when many declare they will
"turn over a new leaf." It is not
even the beginning of the eccles
iastical year, which commences
with the Advent season, four
weeks before Christmas. Yet it
is only once in a century that the
perids of good resolutions, Xew
Year's day and Ash Wednesday,
come within five weeks of each
other, as is the case this year.
Tonight at C o"clock the Mardi
Oral in New Orleans and the car
nival in Rome will cease abruptly,
in honor of the old-time fast.
have a bowel washday—That la
all wrong. If you will take a
teaspoonful of delicious Syrup of
Figs tonight, you will never real
||M you have taken anything un
til morning, when all the poison
ous matter, sour bile and clogged
up waste will be moved on and
out of your system, thoroughly
but gently—-no . griping—no
nausea—no weakness. Taking
Syrup of TlgM is a real pleasure.
Don't think you are drugging
yourself; it is oompoead entirely
of luscious figs, senna and aro
matics. and constant use can not
Ask your druggist for "Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna," and
look for the name, California Fig
Syrup Company, on the label.
This is the genuine— old reliable,
Any other Fig Syrup offered M
good should bo refused with eon*
tempt. Don't bo imposed upon.
DR. T. FRANK IANOTT
who will semi medicine to anyone
free of charge
they are curable, especially
when you consider no expense is
involved, and I willingly give you
my time and my medicine. All
any fair-minded afflicted person
wants to know is if a certain
thing will cure HIM or HER. and
here is an opportunity to find
out without cost, obligation or
ini]>ortant loss of time. THESE
FEW DAYS may be the turning
point in your life.
All who are Interested enough
to write me for the free medi
cine will also receive a copy of
my large illustrated medical book
which describes these diseases
thoroughly. It is the largest book
of the kind ever written for free
distribution, and a new edition is
just being printed. I will also
write you a letter of diagnosis
and medical advice that should
be of great help to you; but In
order to do this I must know that
you need my medicine. Write
me the numbers of the symptoms
that trouble you. and your age,
and I will promptly carry out my
promises. Show an Inclination to
be cured and you will be.
Thousands Have Kidney
Trouble and Don't Know It
Wi'«k i.nil iihlm-hlHi> kl<lii<-<» arr
limlinhlv rt-i">" «llil<" fur Bill »lrk
ii«>mn mill auffrrlnic Hum noy other
tllHeliNff therefore, whru llinuiKli
nculrrt or | other ritiiNeN, kldne>
Ironlili- In iirrnilllrd to >nnllniir,
■erlouM reault* are mire to follow.
Your utlier oricanM niij- ueeil at
tention—but your klilury« uioiit.
brrauar they dv iim.si and ahoiilil
have mm. i.ii. I, first.
If Ton f <i-l I linl ><>ur kliln< > ire
the rnii«p of your ■Irknrna or ran
•lunn lltlou niiniarnrr InkliiK
Mi. lillmer'n Snamp-Itout, the
urea I kliliii-t, llvrr nml lilnddrr
i«-iiiril>, li.iniiNi- .is aiinn im your
kliln« Itt-Kln <<» Imnrorr thr>- will
hrl|i nil i In- iiihii oricnim <■> hrnllli.
l'revalonoy of Kidney Disense.
Most people do not realize the
alarming: increase and remarkable
prevalency of kidney disease.
While kidney disorders are the
■PMGEAXi XOTICK—To prove the wonderful merits of Swamp-
Root you may have a sample bottle and a book of valuable infor
mation, both sent absolutely free by mall. The book contains many
of the thousands of letters received from men and women who
found Swamp-Hoot to be juat the remedy they needed. The value
and success of Swamp-Hoot is so well known that all raftdem nre
advised to send for a sample bottle. Address Dr. Kilmer AY Co.,
Dept. M., Binghamton, N. Y. The Renuineness of this offer is
guaranteed by Dr. Kilmer & Company.
STAR ACTOR DIES
(Hy I'nitcd Press Leased Wire.)
BRIGHTON, Kns.. I-'eb. 5. —
Edmund Tearle, England's fore
most Shakespearean artor since
the days of Henry Irving, died
TOKIO, Feb. s.—By a niapor
ity of 21! votes, the Japanese diet
today voted a lack of confidence
in the government as represented
by the cabinet headed by Pre
mier Count Katsura.
WATCH OVT, TOO?
PARIS, Feb. 5. —Gen. Hir
shauer, of the flyiiiK corps of the
French army, is today investigat
ing an apparatus which is said to
ARE THE GLOOMS
In Your Home?
LET THE JOYS
HOME OF THE VsV^^V
CHICKERING PIANO X^IJ^X
We find we have on hand 14 more of the one-time
popular Cabinet Pianolas. These have come to us
from people desiring the highly improved Autopiano
and Bungalow Player Piano and the Player Piano
de Luxe. We want to get rid of every Pianola in
our establishment, realizing there are many places
where they can be used to splendid advantage.
Accordingly, we are giving them away with the
understanding that the recipient buys from us four
new music rolls of the average price of one dollar,
each month, for 12, 15 or 18 months' time.
The Annual Clearance Sale at Eilers this year
ha 3 been by far the greatest in the House's history.
This unprecedented offer is made as a final windup.
If you have a "silent piano," come in at once and
select one of these Pianolas. We have them in all
woods to match. All are in A-l condition and can
be attached to any upright piano.
If you haven't a piano, secure one now at the
Clearance Sale prices and we'll throw in one of these
Pianolas without extra charge. We still have quite
a number of splendid used pianos which you can buy
now at virtually your own price. We want them out
of the way. Choose a Kimball, Haines Bros., John
ston, Hallet & Davis, Fischer, Hobart M. Cable or a
Lester Piano, etc etc., at far below actual value.
WHO WANTS PLAYER PIANOS?
Never before have Player Piano prices been so
low as will be found at the Eilers establishment now.
Weber Pianola Pianos as low as $475 (advertised at
$1,100 and $1,150 in all the magazines). Steck
Pianola Pianos as low as $385. Krell Autogrands as
low as $585. These are the latest 88-note models.
Genuine Autopianos, used for demonstration pur
poses only, as low as $495. Also several of the Player
Pianos de Luxe and the popular Bungalow Player
Pianos, used on excursions, at tremendous reduc
Pay cash or by the month, or if you prefer, on
our new one, two and three-year plan. .Never before
such a carnival of piano values. Here's positively
the climax of real value-giving. Come prepared for
the surprise of a lifetime. And come right away, or
you'll be disappointed. Eilers Music House, the
Nation's Largest, in the Eilers Building, 943-5 South
C Street. Forty Western Stores.
most common diseases that pre
vail, they are almost the last rec
ognized by patient or physician,;
who usually content themselves
with dortoring tlie effects, while
the in iiiinjil disease constantly un
dermlnes the system.
A trial Will Convince Anyone.
The mild and immediate effect
of Swamp-Root, the great kidney,
liver and bladder remedy, is soon'
realized. It stands the highest
for Its remarkable results in the
most distressing cases.
Symptoms of Kidney Trouble. *
Swamp-Root ia not recommend
ed for everything, but If you are
obliged to pass your water fre
quently night and day, smarting:
or irritation in passing, brick
dußt or sediment In the urine, ■
headache, back ache, lame back,
dizzinesß, poor digestion, sleep
lessness, nervousness, heart dis
turbance due to bad kidney trou
ble, skin eruptions from bad
blood, neuralgia, rheumatism,
lumbago, bloating. Irritability,
wornout feeling, lack of ambl-
tion, may be loss of flesh, sallow
complexion, or Bright's disease
may bo stealing upon you, which
is the worst form of kidney trou
Swam|>-Ko<>t Is Pleasant la Take.
If you are already convinced
that Swamp-Root is what you
need, you can purchase the regu
lar fifty-cent and one-dollar size
bottlos at all drug stores.
Sample Bottle Sent Free.
be capable of capsizing any aero
Mo Head to Slop Work
When the doctor orders you to
stop work it staggers you. I
can't, you say. You know you
are weal;, run down anil failing
In health day by day, but you
must work H long as you can
stand. What you need is Klectrlc
Bitters to give tone, strength and,
vlg-or to your system, to prevent
break down and build you up.
Don't be weak, sickly or ailing
when Electric Hitters will bene
fit you from the first done.
Thousands bless them for th«ir
glorious health and strength. Try
them. Kvery bottle is guaran
teed to satisfy. Only 00c at
Ryner Malstrom Drug Co., 938