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DAILY EAST OHEGONIAN, PENDLETON", OttEflON, FntdAY,' JAfflTARY Iff,' M'
Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Losti Found, For Rent, Etc., Classified for Easy Reference.
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NEW TODAY. .
Each ' now advortlaemant ' frill'
be run' undor "JVuw Tadar for
the firat Insertion only. During
aubaequent Inaertlona of th ad
It will appear under Us proper-classification.
WANThHJ Ify responsible nurly, lease
on 320 to' (40 crea. oqj whpat
lund for 3 or more. o:5s. )M fhuy
outfit If reasonably. - Address. wltltf jj
FOK BALK Hulck ( cylinder touring Applications for UrazliiK Permits.
car. JuHt overhauled. New top Nolle 1m hereby given thut all ap.
with plate Klun-bucl( '-curtain. Owner plications for permits to graze cattle,
leaving. A nnul). Phone-"T38 W." horses and sheep within the UMATIL.
.T-;--r-.-Tr j LA NATIONAL, FOKEST during the
Stockmen Attention. Jseason 1919. niunt be filed In my olfice
For wile, Imiiorted 4laolt Ferehcron -at Pendleton, Oregon, on or before Jan
stallion, H years old. weight l0O Urn. ury 81. 1K19.' Full Information in
Kind disposition or will, t trade for regard, to grazing fees to be charged
"took cattle. For particulars address; and blank form to be uned In-making
Box H. W eslon, Ore. r (applications will be furnished upon
a. '. u jL i- -ji-m -
W.' W. cryder, Supervisor.
f()Jl HAI.i; Modern house and four
lots with garage. 225 Jane .St..
Pendleton, Or.. 8. 8. iiutlor, 1113
Indiana Avenue, Spokane, Wash.
COW9 FOR SALE Call up 4F11.
APPLES. FOR SALE Phbhe 13F23.
FOBD IiUG FOR BALE 1914 mod
et. Inquire City Meat Marke.t.
FORD lfOADHTKR FOR BALE In
Squire 21 S Ulletp. mv ,
WANTED Good, clean raga-a The
East Oregonian office.
WANTED Sewing.. phone 482-W.
HEMSTITCHING! at the Singer shop.
Mali .orders promptly attended to.
WAXTKD tulible and straw pasture
for 25 or 30 head of 2 year old colts.
Address' P. Thompson, Box 172-.
APTS. AND ROOMS ALT A APT 3.
rURJMSHED APT. Hamilton Court.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, (01
FOR RENT 8LESPINGI room, (00
Willow. Phone 482R-
Nice sleeping rooms, 723 Aura.
D. W. BAILET,' 'Altornejr t Lw,
Rooms 1, , . Deaoailn Betiding.
OEOHOB W. COUTTS, Attorney t
Law, Room 17. Schmidt block.
CARTER 8MTTBE., Attomeya at
Law. Office In rear of Ajuerloka)
.VotionaJ Bank Building.
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping K ft FEE. Attorneys at Lw. Of- ,
rooms. Inquire (13 Johnson.
full partloularaj i Box 85, Woston, Or. jyj, -moN-SKIP" WEEDER gets all
. ' - 1 ' " i' I thai ar..rfa- th. v., ftm n. w th MTK A VI'', H t."r-iiri mvfll.M nMF-H.r
FOR SALE Late model Maxwell fleld g. one-third the time ana llx one small Jersey cow. Notify I S-nR SALEBulck 6-cylinder tourmg
touring -car, Lheap lor casn. does lots better work. Ordor now. ! E. J. King: Phono 22 W. Pendleton,
M. uoodmnn, Rietlx Oregon. - s Pendleton Wtoedar W6rki-(i Cotton FOR HALE OR TRWCrK-One -4S 'H.
P. Holt rnglne In good condition, a
- bargain. 13. J. King. Phone 228W,
Ladyi preferred. Inquire Simpson I FOR RENT Furnished 4-room bun
Tire Service .Co., 223 E. Court.
FOR RENT 7 room furnished house.
Inquire 800 Willow. Phone 242M.
FOR SALH Note of 5000,' due 2
years, Int 8 per cent, secured by
Pendleton Income ' property.. Accept
cash or bonds. Write (09 Empire
Slate" Uldg, tfpokane, Woshl
l BRITISH 1XKI ISS'PCT.
! lIIffirKIl TILW IX 19IK
car. Just overhauled. New top.
galow. Inquire this office.
FOR RENT Largo front sleeping
room with Bath. Inquire 719 Ann
street, evening. -
ficea In DespaiA BuUdlng.
R. L. KEATOR, , Attorney - ; lw.
! ' Room 34, fmlth-Crawford Build
ing. ' .
with plate glass back curtain. Owner 8EB FREE demonstration. New sub.
leaving. A snap. Phone 7,38 W. ) atltute for coal and wood 811 Main'
dresa Echo. i Street
FOR KENT 7 room house.
S. A. LOWELL; attorney and counsel
lor at law. , Office So Lea pain Bid.
FOR SALE or will trade for good j BILL JENKINS,' the expert
buildlnir lot. touring car - In first I shoer. formerly with the
class condition. Phone 228J.
ranches. Sales only.
ANSWERING WANT ADS
is a duy-by-day education In practical uffulrH In business ways
and means dv value's!,' Voo I.13A RX aboin) real-estate-Avhere
you've GCESED AHot'T IT heretofore. Yoy become.property
wlse, ' You learn rental values. You c-txploro and test and study
the -worK-uturkel.;' , .'.
You touch tMtf'faUe'tirUre'sf ilnoV ' paVt In 'fhe "city's nfu A.JD'
YOU PROSPER! ' ' , ' - . t. .',
Strayed irom my pasture near
Meacham, ( head' horses, 3 bays three
years old and 3 blacks two years old
All branded 6 on left stifle. Suitable
reward will be paid for return or In
formation leading to recovery of
same. Wm. Slusher, Pendleton, Ore.
Ing room set
or phone 529.
Inquire (25 Willow
ixjAiJOft. Jan. jv, j-oou rnces are -j-ne intended meeting rriaay, Jan-:FOH SAIjE Quarter sawed oak din-
ij. per cenL nigner man iwiuie me uary lwtn,- win lie posiponea umii-
Wnr In Inminta . . f ') II Mi. f flint In WrlAav l.nnupi' ITih 1 1 - u-.Ih. i , f
M. FITZMAL'RICE, Condon.'"1" price of fresh eggs was made In j Worthy President.
for wheat lands,- stack novemot-r. r isn ana potatoes are tqe -
only foods reported going down. j
FOR SALE Twenty-foot Harris har.
vester. Only run about BO days.
J. W. Devlne, Stage. Gulch, or ad-
41 Weston-Pendleton Auto Ma as
U I Leavea Weston for Pandleton at 7:41
2 1 "a- m. and 12:45 p. .
jJ.Laaves Athena for Pendleton at 8:00
K a. m. and 1:00 p. m.
EJ Leaves Adams for Pendleton at S:2(
W a. m. and 1:20 p. ra
FOR SALE One 75 Holt caterpillar,
just rebored, with new crank shaft.
See Glenn E. Scott. Pendleton. Ore.
shop, now located at 632 Cottonwood.
near Beck's feed stable, will shoe youi
WHEN YOTJ NEED good, pure milk,
call George Wachtel, 266J. Succes--sor
to Ed Morgan.
LOR A PERRY, teacher of piano'
(Harrlsburg Conservatory of Miislo,
Penn.) Phone 643.
COL. W. F. TOHNKA, Auctioneer,
makes a specialty of farmers stock
and machinery sales. "The man that
gets you the money." Leava orders
at East Oregonian Office. . '
MONEY TO LOAN on farm lands.
The State Land Board a now loan-
inv nn ImnrnveH farm lands not ex
ceeding 15000 to one person. Apply:
to Chas If. Carter, Pendleton. Oregon.
wtirr An eoMunr awo
Counting six ordinary words to
the line and charged by
Want ada and locals.
Ha tea Per Llaa.
First Insertion, per Una 100
Each add. lnaertion, par line- (c
On week (six insections),
each Insertion, per line...
1 mo. each Insertion, per Hire 4
( month contract, each ln
aertion, per line . to
12-month contract, each In
sertion, per line- . 2c
No ada takea for less than 2io
Ada taken over the telephone
only from East Oreaonlan aub
acribera and those Hated in the
Telephone Directory. Copy must
be In our office not later than
1:30 o'clock day of publication.
.:8 A. NEWBERRT, "Attorney at Law.
:j Smith-Crawford Building.
'J PETERSON A BISHOP, Attorneys at
Law. Rooms 3 and a, Brnltn-
Crawford Building. . ......
JAMES B. PERRT, Attorney at Law.
Office over Taylor Hardware. Coa-Pany.
RALET AND RALET, Attorn eye at
Law. - Offica in .Ajnerlcaa National
FRED E. SCHMIDT, Attorney at
Law. Room 34, Smith-Crawford
RAYMOND .W. HATCH, ARCHI
tect. Phone 732J, Pendelton. Oregon.
j Draymen !
I V. STROBLE, dealer In new and sec-
nnil Viu nil pnni1L rTash Tilt Id for
Leaves Pendleton (Allen-Knight second hand goods. Cheapest place man becomes a highly EFFICIENT
CHorei zor weaxon at iu a m. auu to Duy nouseaoiu gouua. siv cm wiun. memuer oi me nome-mnttiiiB p.itnei
4:00 p. m. Phone 271W. ship.
CALL PENLAND BROS.' VAN TO
- i move your household goods. Tele- !
Coupling experience in buying with phone 339. Also baggage transfer- i
up-to-date study of the "ads." a wo- rn and heavy hauling. : , j
There came to my place at Middle
Cold Springs about Dec. (,.1913, one
small grey mare, weight about 850
lbs. 7 years old, branded circle on
right stifle. Owner can have same
by payine charges.
. R. J. CAMPBELL,
Box (86, Pendleton, Ore.
Your ad should be mere when the
Your ad. should Interest an owner servant YOU. OUGHT TO HAVE looka
of uninvested money in your plan. I at the "Help wants." .
BETTER THAN EAlOffl
Thousands Have Discovered Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets are
a Hannles3 Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablel3 the substi
tute for calomel are a mild but sure
laxative, and their cfect on the liver Is
almost Instantaneous. They are the result
of Dr. Edwards' determination not to treat
liver and bowel complaints with, calomel.
His efforts to batiioh it brought out these
little olive-colored tr-Jilcls.
These pleasant little tablets do the Rood
that calomel docs, but have no bad after
effects. They don't Injure the teeth like
stfong iiqutds or calomel. Thsy take hold
r-f the trouble and quickly corr-2ct it. Why
cure the liver at the expense of the teeth?
Calomel sometimes plays havoc with the
giima. So do etrons liquids. It is best not
to take calomel, but to lit Br. Edwards
Olive Tablets take its pi .'
Most headach:!, "dullness" and that
larv fcelinc coma from constipation and
a disordered- liver. Take- Dr. Edwards'
Ohve Tablets when you feel "loRgy" and
"heavy." Note how thty "clear" clouded
brain and how they "perk up" the spirit
10c and 25c a box. All druggists.
PRINCE SELLS OUT
' FOR COOL MILLION
llKHNH, Jan. 10. Wlu-n the
niliciiliur Duke ivrnard of tho
Dm-liy of Saxf-.MeliUiuren abdi
cated at the rt-quewt of Hie rcp-rew-iituilvra
of llw 4'Otiiicil "f
Workmen and Soldier, tif refused
In liavo Ills Hon slgm away hls
rlghta of ocwwlonf.
. Tlio council, finally nip-octl- to
nt lilm a million dollars u all
plglits to his Buccowloii wcro 're
nounced. - .
GUILTY IS VERDICT
FOR VICTOR BERGER
CHICAGO. Jan. 9. Victor L. Ber
ser. Socialist representative-elect from
! Milwaukee, and four co-defendants
were found- guilty today by' a Jury in
the federal court of violation of the
espionage net. throuKh conspiracy to
obstruct the' government's -war pro
gram. Those found guilty Ith Mer
ger were Rev. Irwin St. John Tucker,
W. F. Krusc, J. Louis Engdahl .and
Adolph Gernier. The Jury was out six
hours. ' ' - '
Adolph Germrr. national secretary
of the Boclallst party and one time
leader of the union coal miners or
Illinois. He is a native of East Prus
Irwin St. John Tucker, once active
In 'spreading Socialism in American
universities, pucaflst, pamphleteer and
J. Louis EiiKilahl. editor of the Am
erican Socialist and candidate for nu
merous offices on the socialist ticket.
William F. Kruse. peace speaker
and secretary of the Young People's
The Jury was out six hours. The
conviction subjects the men to a pen
alty of from one to 10 yeais In prlaon
on each count in the Indictment.
There are 2( counts. Fines of from
31U00 to 320U0 also may be Imposed.
Attorneys for the Socialists made H
motion for a nw trial, which Judge
Mountain I-undis satd ha would hear
January 20. Sentence will probably
be delayed until after this hearing. '
All Livestock is
Rated at Bigr Price
In Portland Yards
PARTLAND. Jan. 10.-There was a
strong market genernlly for live-stock
at North Portland, with a small run
again reported, total receipts being 11
Market for hogs ruled strong In the
local yards during the day. with some
fancy quality stuff offering. Early
prices were practicully'' unchanged.
General bog range:
. 16-r.OW 16.50
14. 25J 15.25
Stockers and feeders... 7.00
Ijamlis Again at Top.
strong1, with lambs selling" at 313 for;
top quality offerings There was a'
small run reported In over night at j
North Portland and this was quick
ly moved. j
General sheep range: . !
East of mountains lambs 12.00 a 13.00 i
Valley lambs 9.00 11.00 j
Yearlings 10.00 ia 1 1.50
Wethers 9.00Q 10.00
Ewes 6.0l) 8.00
First to Cross Ocean
Sloan's Liniment scatter
"" the congestion' and
A relieves paia
A little, applied irilliout rubbing, will
PtnrlraM immediately and rest and
soothe the nerves.
. Sloan's Liniment is very effective In
allaying external pains, strains, bruises,
;aches, stiff jointJ sore muscles, lumbal
jo, neurai,Ciauca, rheumatic twinges
-i Keep ft bigr fcottle always 6 ihaml
'tor family use. Druggists everywhere.''
German Sailor Tells
How It All Happened
1 HwgTtfeffS; J
lie, ouc, $1.20.
NO HEADACHE OR
- NEURALGIA PAIN
Get a 10 cent package of Dr.
Jame Headache Powders
and don't suffer.
LONDON, Dec. 17. (By mall)
In thi cupboard of one of the
surrendered U-boats wns found
the following letter, written by
one of the crew, and addressed
"To my British brother If he
cares to- read It:"
"Germany would have stood
up another year without Austria-' '
Bulgaria and Jurkay - helping
That Is the-point. The Ger-
man people- all had mow po-
trlotlsm..but real patriotism was
lacking In the leading classes.
They made- It their point to-renp;
fortunes. No matter which
way the Fatherland was drift-
ing, they didn't care how much
the lower classes were suffering
iinder the hardships of war.
"The rich wrw squcesing all
the money they could out of the
people like you would squeeie
nn orange. No wonder the poor v
wnrklnr men and soldiers were
thinking at least. '1 won't care
whether t become a French.
" British or American subject, . so
long .aa,! get, it a 'little-tetter thnn
this- All at one luiim me
breakdown. Soldiers refused to
4- do their duty, first a few. then
more and more, and at the same
time the whole fleet'
' . .
t'utlio Market Is Good
With a rather small . showing of
cattle In the North Portland alleys
over night, trend of the trade was
again quiet but very firm. Full for
mer prices, were easily maintained,
General cattle range: j
Prime steers 313.00 0-13.00 J
Good to choice "steers. . 11.5012.50j
Medium to good steers., ju.nuwii.nv
Fair to medium steers.. 9.50310.00
Common to fair steers.. 8.00 ,9.00
Choice cows and heifers 1 0.50 i 11.00
Medium to good cows and
Fair to medium cows and
1.0XIH). .Ian. 10. A British,
not a firman -submarine was the
first to 4-ross the ocean, (lionet!
tho Bi-itKh subs were ow-ortc-d.
The Daily Mall now reveals tlio
"war sei-rof that six British
subs tif th TI c-lass. rii--tructedT
i In 4'anuds in 191.V left Halifax
.Inly 23. 19 IS. nnler eseort or
If. M. S. ariiarvm ami two col
liers. In- rough weather nntt ar
rived safe- In England Aug; 4.
women have been employed in the
United Kingdom since July, 1814, but
the number of killed and disabled men
amounts to about one million. There
fore there remain 500,000 women
workers who will be displaced.
Their displacement will come grad
ually and they will not be thrown on
the labor market at once, for 1-3 of
the Increase in women's labor con
sists of dilutees. Until the men come
back they -will remain at their Jobs.
In tho meantime many new spheres
have -sprung up for women. They
will continue making tools and- ma
chinery, they will be employed in sub
sidiary shipbuilding Industries, they
will do their share in the chemical
trades; and also, there are two quite
nc-w branches of work open to women
of the United Kingdom the manu
facture of pianos and toys, both of
which industries are being wrested
from the hands of the Hun.
GIRLS! HAVE WAVY,
THICK. GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
IF HAIR IS TURNING
GRAY, USE SAGE TEA
i fll lUi-ei OIL-VMOTHEIUS KrX'IPB
TO DAIIKEN AJill llEilTUX
S.WK VOl ll HAIR! DOl'UU; ITS
BEAUTY IN' A FKW MO
MENTS TRY THIS!
FOR MARSHAL FOCH
Women of Britain Wrest j
Toy Making From Ilun
(By United Press.)
LONDON'. Dec. 14. (Ry Mail.)
Wanted: Work for 500,000 women.
The number of women who will be
thrown out of ivork by tho ending of
the war in not so great as in imagined.
9 0013. 50 1 About one and a half million extra
I'AltIS, Jan. 10. The sales
woman of the Saxo Market, on
armtsUec day. topped their cele
bration 1y prefeUiiir to Marshal
l"oc!t a vegetable bouquet . Re
turning frtHii Clenienoeau's office
lie passed through the Saxo Mar
kct. The saleswomen hastily
sought flower, but all were pone.
ThereuMn onions, carrots, cress
and curly Kroens were bunched
and presented to the marshal,
who smilingly accepted
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
We Aim to Please
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'Ll " HAN OX SALEM
HY CITY 4'OUXClL
Vhen your head aclies yoa aimply
must have relief or you will go wild.
It's needless to nflr' when you can
take a remedy like Dr. James' Ilen.1-;
utile Powders and relieve the puin nnill
neuralgia nt nin e. Semi someone to
the ilriij? stol-e now for a dim packiigej
r,f l)r. .l..iav-sL-Ui'l'hc ' Powders.
IMn't ssfferl lit' few momenta yowj
Mill f.-el lin. h ildildn- (Join' no more:
neuralgia pnin. . 1
SALEM. Jan. 9. The city council
meeting ns 'a henlth board, this after
noon adopted a resolution ofriclnlly
placing a "flu" ban on SaJcm. The
city has been closed, but this set was
deemed necesssTy ss a new adminis
tration Is In office.
The resolution orders olosed all pub
lic meetings, schools, theaters,' pool
balls and card rooms in cigar stores,
find directs that no persons may loiter
in stores or bHnks.
The city henlth officer was ttlithor
tzcit to appoint deputies to assist In
enforcing ciinfrnntlnw regulations. H
n Ino w hs nothtirm-'l to proviiU. coii
vcvauces lor visiting nurses.
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I -w i i 'wi i rL.
H you care for beavy hair, that
glistens with beauty and Is radiant
with life: has an incomparable soft
ness and is fluffy and lustrous, try
Just one application doubles the
beauty of your hair, besides it Immedi
ately dissolves every particle of dan
druff; you cannot have nice, heavy,
healthy hair if you have dandruff.
This destructive scurf robs the hair of
Its lufefre, its strength and its very
life, and if not overcome it produces
a feverishness and Itching of, tha
scalp; the hair roots famish, loosen
and die; then the hair falls out fast.
If your hair has Tieen neglected and
is thin, faded, dry. scraggy or too oily,
get a small bottle of Knowlton's Dan
derine at any drug store or toilet
counter for a few cents; apply a little
as directed and ten minutes after you
will say this was the best investment
you ever made.
We sincerely believe, regardless oi
everything else advertised, that if you
desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair
and lots of It no dandruff no Itch
ing scalp and no more falling hair
you must use Knowlton's Danderine.
If eventually why not now?
STILL IEXIFS- HE
MUltIEIlEI HIS WIFE
' OLYMPIA. Jan. 9. X. E. Burnett.
ship caulker, held In connection with
ilhe murder of his wire and two sons
I on Hawks prairie, still denies knowl
edge of the affair, according to the
j Different stories ace told by liur-
nett. snv the police. The general
trend of these, however, is that he
! left his wife and two children near
j Hawks prairio. where ho "put them
i In an auto for Olymplu, and then de
I parted to pick flowers.
A sister of Mrs. Lurnotte was mur
dered by her husband In San Francis
co several years ago, police say.
LIFT OFF CORNS!
jpOrSN'T HURT AT All, AND
j COSTS ONLY FEW CENTS.
Magic: Just drop a little Frcesone
on that touchy corn, instantly it stops
oching. then you lift the corn off with
the fingers. Truly; No humbug!
DEAH MAN-- - S,jp. .vtM AS
fAl AA THE CC3- "tr-
That beautiful, even shade of dark,
glossy hair can only bo had by brewing-
a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul
phur. Your hair la your charm. It
makes or mars tho face. When it
fades, turns gray or streaked, just an
application or two oX Sage and Sul
phur enhances its appearance a hun
dredfold. Duia bother to prepare the mix
ture; you can get this famous old re
cipe improved by the addition of '
other Ingredients at a small cost, all
ready for use. It is called Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound.. This
can always be depended upon to'brlna
back the natural color and lustre ot
Everybody uses " Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound now because it
darkens so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell It has been apalied.
You simply dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw this through
time; by morning- the gray hair has
disapepared, and after another appli
cation it becomes beautifully dark
and appears glossy and lustrous. Thia
ready-to-use preparation is a delight
ful toilet requisite for those who de
sire dark hair and a youthful appear
ance. It is not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention of disease.
FESTIVITIES HAN NED
PIERRE, S. D-. Jan. 9! South Da
kota this year abolished all festivity
in connection with the inauguration of
state officials, who at noon Tuesday
took their oaths at the capltol.
The oaths were administered" by a
justice of the supreme court. Gov.
Peter J. Norbeck Immediately deliver
ed his annual message to the legisla
ture and. ill lieu of an inaugural so
cial affair, officials kept open house
In their respective offices.- ; . t
MANY CASES OF
SAYS VF. MI ST KKFaP DUY,
AVOII KXINWltR AND
KAT l-KSS MKAT
Kreeuone! Your tirus-,. sells
a tiny bottle fr a few cents, n-iff toieiu
t. rid your feet of every bard corn
soft corn, or i urn between bo toes
Hod caHnst'-. without one particle of
l-ain. soTene! or irritation. Kreewne
i the tHsr,,cO 'f ii l'l f'hu'imuul
Slay off the damp ground, avoid
exposure, keep feet dry. eat lefw meat
drink lots of water and above all tak
a spoonful of salts occasionally to
keep down uric acid
rttuimutmm in caused b poison
ous toxin, called uric acid, which ia
generated In the bowel and absorbed
into the blood. It Is the function ot
the kidneys to filter this- acid from
the blood and cast It out in the urine.
The poret of the skin are also a
means of freeing the blood of this 1m
purity. In damp and chilly weather
the skin pores are closed, thus forc
ing the kidneya to do double work,
they become weak and sluicKish and
fail to eliminate this uric acid which
kMirf ai.-vnmuhiting and circulating
through t he system, eventually net
tling in the joints and muscles caus
ing stiffness, soreness and pain called
At the first twinge of rheumatism
Ket from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salt : put a tablespoon
ful in a g'as of wafcer and drink te
ft.re break fast to eliminate uric acid
by stimulating the kidneys to normal
act ion. (hiH ridding th blood of
Jad S.ilis Is inexpensive, barmleiis
ar.d is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon $uW-. coriiliiueii with lit hi
and Is u.-ed w it h excellent results by
thousands of folks v h't arc ul(, 1
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