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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
"Pape's Diapepsin" settles sour,
gassy stomachs in five
You don't wnnt a Blow remedy when
your Btonmch Is bad or nn uncertain
one or a harmful ono your stomach
la too valunhlo; you mustn't Injuro It.
Pope's Diapepsin Is noted for Its
Bpccd In giving rellof; Its harmless
ncss; Its certain unfailing action In
regulating sick, eour, gassy ntomachs.
Its mlllloiiB of euros In Indigestion,
dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach
troublo has made It famous tho world
Koop this perfect stomach doctor In
your homo keep It handy get a largo
fifty-cent caso from nny dealer and
then If nnyono Bhould eat something
which doesn't ngreo with them; If
what they cat lays llko lead, ferments
and sours and forms gas; causoB head
ache, dizziness and nausea; eructa
tions of acid and undigested food
remember as soon as Papo's Diapepsin
comes In contact with tho stomach all
bucU distress vanishes. Its prompt
ness, certainty and caso in overcoming
tho worst Etoma.h disorders Is a reve
lation to those who try It. Adv.
When thero is u famlno in the mat
rimoutal Hold at home a girl goes to
Rome other town to study music or
throw Of I Colds tnd Prevent Crip.
w..,",, t"n fr,l n e,M cotllng on, tnko I.AXA
TIVK IlHOMO yOlNINK. It itiih.twi nnw ol
How to Talk to the Wounded.
"Whut tho bodies can't Btand, you
know, ma'am, Is cold atcol."
"Yes, I suppose It gets cry cold
this tlmo of tho year." London Punch.
Vne Murine after ISxpoiare In Cold,
CuttlnK Winds nnil Dust. It ltcntorc,
Refreshes nnd rromotuB Eye Health.
Good for all Eyes that Need Care.
Murine Ryo Ilemedy Co., Chicago,
Bonds Eyo Uook on request.
"This Is tho 29th of February, isn't
"Thoro's one thing I can't figure
"What Is It?"
"Whero was I this day a year ago.
and what waB I doing?"
"You Becm to bo in a melancholy
mood this morning."
"Yes, I'vo been thinking about the
thousands of poor follows being killed
"Still, that isn't your rault."
"I know It, but you Bee, 1 don't awn
any war stocks and thero Is nothing
to prevent my yielding to acuto de
pression." Americans Great Match Users.
"Every man, woman and child Id
this country uses an average of ten
matches each day," remarked J. A.
Hunter of New York, representative of
a large mntch company. "It Is es
timated that tho match manufacturers
of the United States turn out every
day more than l,70u,u00,000 matches.
Of this output 1.000,000,000 nro con
sumed in this country. Our people
havo como to bo very extravngant In
the ase of matches. A decado ago a
pipe smoker might keep his plpo go
in. by way of the kitchen flro and a
pipe lighter; today he wouldn't think
o! it Tho greater use of cigarettes
also has Increased tho consumption
o. matches, as have pas and gasoline
etoves, which aro continually turned
on and relighted.
"There has been an Increased manu
facture of patent lighters and a new
etyle of gas stovo with patent lighter
attached, and these havo helped to cut
the sales of matches, but only to a
MORE THAN EVER
Increased Capacity for Work 8lnc
Leaving Off Coffee.
Many formor coffco drinkers who
have mental work to porform day af
ter day, havo found a better capacity
and greater enduranco by using Pos
turn instead of coffco. An Illluols
"I had drank coffeo for about twenty
years, and Anally had what tho doctor
called 'coffee heart.' I was nervous and
extremely despondent; had little men
tal or physical strongth left; had kid
ney troublo and constipation.
"Tho first noticeable benefit which
followed tho change from coffeo to
Postum was tho Improved action of
tho kidnoya and bowels. In two weeks
my heart action was greatly Improved
and my nerves steadier.
"Thon I bocamo less despondent,
and tho deslro to bo active again
ahowed proof of renowed physical and
1 formerly did mental work and had
to giro It up on account of coffee, bti'
lnco nslng Postum I am doing hard
mental labor with less fatigue." Name
given by Postum Co., Battle Creek,
Postum comes In two forms:
Postum Cereal the original form
must bo well boiled, 15c and 2Gc pack
ages. Instant Postum a eolublo powder
dissolves quickly In a cup of hot wa
ter, and, with cream and sugar, makes
delicious bovcrago Instantly. 30c and
Both forms aro equally delicious and
cost about tho same per cup.
"There's a Roason" for Postum.
sold by Grocers.
MAN WALKS IN AT
HIS OWN FUNERAL
Body of Victim of Automobile Ac
cident Was Said to Be
Cincinnati Edward ltllcy of Do
trolt walked Into tho homo of hit
alster, Mrs. Charles Hecker, In East
Fifth street, the other day and put n
Btop to his own funeral.
Ills weeping relatives at llrst
stared. Thou followed embraces, and
tho body of a man killed In an auto
mobile accident In Detroit and sent
hero as that of Hlloy was removed
to an undertaker's parlors.
Hlloy declares that tho stranger
whoso burial us his came so near hap
penlng was Fred Ellis, a derelict, tc
whom ho gave an old coat not long
ngo. At Detroit, according to tho po
lice, Mrs. Becker nnd her husband
both recently Identified tho remains
Put a Stop to His Own Funeral.
of tho man, and on this Identification
a check for J1.G00 from an insurance
company waa presented at tho Beck
er homo hero in payment of their loes.
However, tho real Mr. Hlloy refused
to let his sister cash tho check.
Tho Wayno county coroner at De
troit directed tho disposition of tho
body that was turned aside.
Tho presence of tho two postcards
from Mrs. Becker to Hlloy found In
tho coat, It is said, explained Riley's
ARRESTED AT PRISON GATE
Convict Caught Twice at Leavenworth,
Kan., as He Finished
I.eavonworth, Kan. Georgo Rob
erts, alias Pete Miller, alias Frank
Hardy, has had troublo "passing tho
gate" nt tho fcdoral penitentiary. Ho
waa brought hero tho llrst tlmo to
servo a thrce-yenr term on tho chnrgo
of robbing a post olllco in Nebraska.
When about to pass out at tho end
of liia term ho was arrested and taken
to Iowa on tho chnrgo of robbing a
post olllco In that state. Ho pleaded
guilty promptly and received another
sentence of ono year, which ho fin
Roberts was bidding his comrades
farewell at tho guto when Deputy
United States Marshal J. M. Moyera
arretted him again. Ho la now held
awHlting tho coming of government of
ficials to tako him away for another
trial on the chargo of robbing tho poBt
olllco at Pino Bluff, 111. Ho Is only
twenty-seven yearB old.
CHASED HOME BY PANTHER
Missouri Farmer's Wife Haa Terrify
ing Experience and Narrow Es
cape From Death.
Gainesville Mo. Screams of a pan
thor a few nights' ago sent tho cold
chills creeping up tho person of Fran
cis Holland, aged cattleman and sent
tho coon dogs homo with their taile
Invisible, shivering with fright. It wnE
tho first panthor heard In Ozark couii'
ty In four years. Tho animal is bo
Uoved to bo In tho vicinity of "Beat
Caves," olovon miles southeast ot
Rocontly, a panther visited this part
of tho country, Mrs. Noah Webb
wifo of a farmer living near Mam
moth, had a narrow escapo from
doath. Tho cat followed hor half s
milo and, as she reached her gato
charged. She got Into tho houso be
foro tho panther closed In.
ROOTS UP A CAN OF GOLD
Hog Unearths Nice Little Bunch oi
Coin on a Farm In Ken
tucky. Murray, Ky. A can containing J300
in gold was uprooted from tho ground
by a hog on tho farm of Bud Ray,
near Jones' Mill, in Houry county,
Tonn. Mrs. Richard Collins, a neigh
bor of tho nays, has Jald claim to tho
monoy. Mrs. Collins says hor hus
band onco owned tho farm on which
tho money was found, and that alio
loaned him the amount contained in
tho cau Bhortly beforo his doath. Af
tcr his death, fiho says, tho monoy
could not be found, although his books
containod a record reading: "Throe
hundred dollars canned,"
If cross, feverish, constipated,
give "California Syrup
A lnxntlvo today saves a sick child
tomorrow. Children simply will not
tako tho tlmo from play to empty their
bowels, which become clogged up with
wasto, liver gets sluggish ; stomach
Look at tho tongue, mother! If coat
ed, or your child Is listless, cross, fev
erish, brcntli bad. i est loss, doesn't eat
heartily, full of cold or hns soro throat
or nny other children's ailment, glvoa
tenspoonful or "California Syrup of
Figs," thon don't worry, because It Is
perfectly harmless, and in a few hours
all this constipation poison, sour bllo
and fcrmcntliM! waste will gently
move out of the bowels, nnd you hnvo
n veil playful child again. A thor
ough "Insldo cleansing" Is ofttlincs all
that Is necessary. It Bhould bo tho
first treatment given In any Blckncso.
Bowaro of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask nt the store for a GO-ecnt hottloof
"California Syrup of Figs," which has
full directions for babies, children of
nil ages and for grown-ups plainly
printed on the bottle. Adv.
Improver" Process of Freezing Fish.
It Is iiiintHiuccil tl i.t a Danish com
pnny, with Iiinditiarlui8 nt Copen
hagen, is utilizing n now process for
freezing llsli, which Is declared to bo
a decided Improvement over previous
methods. Itcrunt demonstrations re
sulted In tho freezing of herring In a
half hour, which, under tho system
provlously employed took soveral
THICK, GLOSSY HI
Girls! Beautify Your Halrl Make It
Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriant Try
the Moist Cloth.
Try as you will, after an application
of Dandcrlnc, you cannot find a single
traco of dandruff or falling hair and
your Bcnlp will not Itch, but what will
plcaso you most, will bo after a few
weokB' use, when you soo now hair,
fino and downy nt first ycB but real
ly now hair growing all over the
A llttlo Danderlno Immediately dou
bles tho beauty of your hair. No differ
ence how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with
Danderlno and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking ono small
strand at a time. Tho effect is ini
mrdlato and amazing your hair will
bo light, fluffy and wavy, and havo an
appcaranco of abundanco; an Incom
parable luster, softness and luxuri
ance tho beauty and shimmer of true
Got a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderlno from nny storo and provo
that your hair Is ns pretty and soft
as any that It his been neglected or
Injured by careless treatment that's
Flrt Tommy (It. tho trenches)
Wofchor lookln' so blue nhaht. Bill?
Second Tommy .lebt got a letter
from tho missus, tcr say 'or sister Is
puttln' up wly 'or and 'us got tho
measles. It ain't 'nrf a go, It nln't, wlv
mo goln 'ome on leave tomorror, und
a dangerous troublo llko that in tho
'ouse. London Opinion.
KIDNEYS CLOG UP FROM
EATING TOO MUCH MEAT
Take Tabtespoonful of Salts If Back
Hurts or Bladder Bothers Meat
Forms Uric Acid.
Wo aro a nation of meat caters and
our blood Is filled with uric acid, says
a well-known authority, who warns us
to bo constantly on guard against kid
Tho kidneys do their utmost to froo
tho blood of this irritating acid, but
becomo weak from tho overwork;
thoy get sluggish; tho cllmlnatlvo tis
sues clog and thus tho wasto Is ro
taincd in tho blood to poison tbo en
Whon your kidneys acho and fcol
like lumps of lead, and you havo sting
ing pains in tho back or the urlno Is
cloudy, full of sediment, or tho blad
der is Irrltablo, obliging you to seek
relief during the night; when you havo
sovero headaches, nervous and dizzy
spoils, sleeplessness, acid Btomach or
rheumatism In bad weather, get from
your pharmacist about four ounces of
Jad Salts; tako a tablespoontul in a
glass ot water beforo breakfast each
morning and in a few days your kid
noys will act fino. This famous salts
Is mado from tho acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with lltbla, and
has been used for generations to flush
and stlmulato clogged kldnoys, to neu
tralize tho acids In urlno so it is no
longer a sourco of Irritation, thus end
ing urinary and bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is inoxpenslvo and cannot
Injuro; makes a delightful efferves
cent Uthia-watcr drink, nnd nobody
can mako a mlstako by taking a little
occasionally to kcop tho kldnoys clean
and active. Adv.
"Why does a dog lick your hand?"
"I suppose to put on you the etamp
Hy R. O. 8nLLnrtS. Acting Dim-tor ot
Hiiiuliiy School I'ourso of tliu Moody
initio liiwtUutr, I'lili-ugo )
K'ui) rlijlit, lllt), Wi'Ktrrti Ni-wnimiirr Union.)
LESSON FOR MARCH 26
REVIEW THE GREAT
III: MilN'd I.KHKON Itfvcl'itlun 7.9-17.
(JtU.MKN TIIXT They hIiiiII huiiKur nc
ni'.ic-, ni'itlii'i UiltHt nny iiinii-, niltlit'i
xli ill tho nun Ntilki- upon tlii'tn, noi- tiny
liciit, for tho liiinli Hint In In tho inMit
of tho tliioiic nhnll ho thi'lr nhrliliriil,
niul nil. ill Kiililo thorn iintu fountain of
u. iMm of life, anil (oil nhnll ulpo uwiiy
n't tours f i tun tliult oyoM Itcv. ,:li!, 17.
I General Information Omitting
lessons -I, 7 and II, all of the past
quarter's work has to do with tho
early, tho npostollu church, covering
n pei hid of time from A. I). ItO to per
haps A. I). 37, Mix or seven years. The
chief events are tho resurrection of
Jesus, tho coming of tho Holy Spirit,
tho chnngo In tho npostles, particular
ly Peter, tho coiiMTsinu and baptism
of ".000 believers, fellowship and won
ders worked among thcao believers, the
beginning of persecution, tho solectlon
of seven deacons Stephen's testimony
and death, tho dispersion of tho Chris
tians, tho work of Philip, great growth
In the early church.
Historically thio lessons havo to
do w.tli the things thut .leans began
and continued to do after his resur
rection through tho power of tho Holy
Spirit. It 1b, therefore, ti story of tho
power of tho risen Christ. Tho prin
cipal characters aro of two classes. (1)
Tho leading workera. Ot tlieso nro:
Peter and John, apostles; tho 120 dis
ciples, Barnabas, tho seven deacons,
particularly Stephen and Philip; tho
Ethiopian eunuch nnd Gamaliel, who
gavo some friendly assistance. (1!)
Tho chief enemies: Those who falsely
accused tho apostles, tho rulers of the
Jews and tho temple, Ananias und
Sapphlra, Saul and Simon Muguus.
It is not difficult to paint a word plc
turo of tho events of tho past quar
ter. This may bo done by assigning
to separato pupils such questions ns:
Whore, when and why did tho event
of this loBBtm occur? To another pu
pil assign tho task of telling whut ho
thinks tho sccuo looked llko, und to
still another to name tho chief per
sons mentioned in each lesson. Let
thoso assignments omit lessons 4, 7
and 11, which do not chronologically
fit Into tbo work of this quarter. Tho
remaining pupils Bhould bo primed to
supply any omitted facts and to cor
rect any mistakes.
I. The Coming of Power. Lesson 1.
Tho ascension of Jesus is ono thut
shows us tho risen Christ as tho giver
of tho Holy Spirit and ho is tho All
Powerful Ono who haa carried for
ward tho thlngB Jesus "began to do."
Losson 2. This Is very much tho samo
except that It suggests the man sldo
ot this transaction. As tho early dis
ciples obeyed, they received. In llko
manner tho Spirit Is given todny to
thoso that "aBk him." Lesson II shows
what offect wo may anticipate when
wo proclaim tho fact ot tho risen
II. The Use of Power. Lesson 0
(omitting No. 4) has to do with tho
dally walk and work of thoso who had
so recently received this newly bo
Btowed power. Through his servants,
Jesus, by tho power of tho Spirit, heals
and mnkcu strong tho lame man at
tho templo gate a caso of "applied
Christianity," tho povor of practical
social service. As u result of this
sorvlco Peter and John (Lesson G) had
opportunity to givo their testimony to
tho rulors, tho result ot which con
founded tho enemies who thought thoy
had conquorcd Christ at Calvary the
uso of powor In testimony. Tho fur
thor ovldenco of how this now power
was using men is that given in lesson
8, tho Christian Brotherhood at Jeru
salem. III. The Test of Power. Stephen
(lesson 10) wus one of thoso who had
been sopnrated for tho caro of tho
temporal affairs of the early church,
yet hlB testimony and murtyrdom cub
lly makes him mora famous than most
of tho apostles nnd forover exalts tho
layman In tho Christian church.
Ono other (lcsBon 12) of thoso Bevon
deacons, Philip, wus also so signally
used and blessed that his nurao and
deedB aro almost as familiar to ua as
Is tho work ot Stephen.
In tho first caso this nowly bestowed
powor filled tho witness with a calm
uobs and courago that will always re
main an inspiration, whllo In tho sec
ond illustration Philip so gavo hlmsolt
to tho direction and leadership of tho
Spirit as to go whero ho was sent;
and when to human Judgment his
presence was essential to tho carrying
on ot a great revival, ho oboyed tho
now command and loft tho multltudo
to deal with a stnglo Individual.
Jesus makes no referenco to tho
"mass consciousness" and tho Holy
Spirit's power recolves no greator or
more far-reaching test than that which
had to do with its dealings with tho
Each teacher should seo to It that
oach scholar shall road theso olght
chaptors soveral times, it possible bo
fore tho review occurs, in order that
thoy may seo tho quarter's' work as a
whole, for it 1b indeed ono Btory: tho
story ot tho rlson Christ winning mon
to hlmsolt and oqulpplng them to go
forth in obedience to his last great
command (Luko 21:40-49; Acts 1:8.)
Now in Good Health Through Use
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. Say it is Household
Necessity. Doctor Called it a
All women ought to know the wonderful effects of
taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound even on
those who seem hopelessly ill. Here are three actual cases:
Hardly Able to Move.
Albert Loo, Minn. " For about a year I had sharp pains across
iny back and hips and was hardly able to inovo around tho house
Sly head would acho and I was dizzy and had no nppotito. After
taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound and Livor Tills, I
am feeling stronger than for years. I havo a littlo boy eight months
old and am doing my work all nlono. I would not bo without your
remedies in tho houso as thero aro nono liko them." Mrs. i E.
Yost, 011 Water St., Albert Lea, Minn.
Three Doctors Gave Her Up.
rittsburg.Pcnn. "Your medicine) has bolted
mo wonderfully. When I was a girl 18 years old I
was alwavs sickly and dolicato and suffered from
irregularities. Tlirco doctors gavo mo up and Bnid
I would go into consumption. I took Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound and with tho third
uottlo began to feci lictter. I soon bocamo regular
and I got strong nnd shortly nf tor I was married.
Novf I havo two llioo Btoufc heiiHhvnlilldron nnil nm
ablo to work hard ovory day." 'Mrs. Clementina
DuiinniNo,34 Gardner St.,TroyIIil!,Pitt3burg,Penn.
fAll women aro invited to write to tho Lydia E. Plnkham Medi
cine Co., Lynn, Musi., for apeciul advlco, it trill be confldentluL
An AuBtrlun Bclentlst of Ortiz Ih
eald to liavo bean making synthetic
eggs. Ho has buon ablo to extract tho
al bumon contained in tbo blood of
bullockfl, Bliccp, lgB, nnd other anl
mala slaughtered for human cotiBuinpt
tlon, and to present it in such u form
that it baa no traco of its origin, cl
thor in taato or smell. As prepared
by bis system, It Is a coarso, yellow
powder to which bo baa given tho
nanio of bucmatalb. Ilia proccaa has
already boon applied In a number of
Gorman and Austrian abattoirs, and
haomatalb 1b In use In many honpltalH
of tho Central empires as a substitute
for egga. It dissolves la water, nnd
can also bo used in tho preparation of
pastry and other dishes.
HOW WONDERFULLY RESIN0L
SOOTHES ITCHING SKINS!
If you havo eczema, ringworm or
other itching, burning, aloop-destroy-Ing
skin-eruption, try Rcainol Oint
ment and Rcstnol Soap and soo how
quickly the itching stops and tho trou
blo disappears. Reslnol Ointment 1b
also an excellent household romedy
(or dandruff, sores, burns, wounds,
chaflngs and for a score ol other uses
whero a soothing, healing application
Reslnol contains nothing of a harsh
or Injurious naturo and can bo used
freoly oven on tho most irritated sur
face. Every druggist sells Rcslnoi
Ointment and Reslnol Soap. Adv.
"What was It your client failed to
put a good face on tho matter?"
"Hn changed countennnco."
Anyway, one-half the world knows
that tho other half Is looking for the
best at It.
To Build Up
After Grippe, Colds
Take a blood cleanser and alterative
that starts the liver and stomach into
rigorous action, called Dr. Pierce's
Oolden Medical Discovery becauso ot
one ot its principal ingredients tho
Oolden Seal plant It assists tho body
to manufacture rich red blood which
feeds the heart nerves brain and
organs ot tho body. Tbo organs work
smoothly like machinery running In
oil. You tool dean, strong and strcn
oua,v Buy "Medical Discovery" to
day and In a few days you will know
that the bad blood Is passing out, and
new, rich, pure blood Is filling your
veins and artorie.
Ilnrrislmrjr, 1'onn. ""When I wns Hitiglo I suf.
forctl n meat deal from fonmlo wulaiuss becauso
my work l-oiiik.'11c(1 mo to otiind all day. I took
Lydia K. l'inkluim'B Vegetable Compound for that
and was mado stronger by its use. Aftor I wns
married I toolc tiio Compound again for a fcmalo
troublo and after three months 1 passed what tho
doctor called a growth. Ho naid L wns a miraclo
that it caino away as ono generally goes tinder
tho luiifo to havo thorn removed. I novcr want to
bo without your Compound in tho house." Mrs.
Fiiank Knoiii,, 1012 1 niton St., llarrlaburg, Tonn.
You enn prevent thin lnnthnnme iHneniiA from runnlnp
tlirniiKh your iitnbln und curt all tho colts nufferlnR with
It when you hoeln tho trcntmont. No matter how young;.
HI'OIIN'H In aate to une on any colt. It In wonderful how
It pruventn nil dlHtempcri, no matter how colts or horse
ut any iiro aro "exponpil. ' All Rood druscRlnts and turf
Koodn houses and manufacture sell HI'OHN'N at 60 cent
nnd $1 a bottle; 15 nnd S10 a dozen. SI'OHN MRniOAfc
CO., C'hrmUtB and UnclrrloloBliU, UonhcH, lad., U. 8. A
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times in ten when the liver I
right the stomach and bowels arc right
pel a lazy liver
do its duty.
and DUtret After Eating-
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
LOSSES SURELY PREVENTS!
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tirlctit ftetb. niuu: pnfimd by
vviiiara iHKBBin, oacmw inn
irttMt WDtr MMT VIMIIM fill.
rtlMt whir ttmr imIhh ft
Writ for booklet tnd WittraooUu.
II-Dom ikif. BluklM rim I.M
io.om ikn. aiukita Pint Vtti
Uh inr Injector, but Cutttr'f bMt.
Tta Nptrlorlty of Cutur proddcU U du to orir If
ftira ot mwttlUtnt In vtMlaN Mrum Mir.
latlit CuttK'i. If unobutntblt, ordtr dlract.
Tk CvtUr Latiratiry, Strkiliy, Ctl., tr Ckltto, !&
Knew the Drama, Too.
Father, In tho hall, has been stand
ing for an hour whllo Mllllcont and
Harold bid ench other good night la
"Farting," quotes Harold, "Is such
sweet sorrow that I could say good
At this speech father gots a Shake
spearean inspiration of his own and
tramps down the stairs.
"Seems to mo," ho assorted, "there)
Is too much adieu about nothing
horo." Philadelphia Ledger.
"Why do thoy call a baseball th
"HnrauBO It 1b whirled."
Uric acid causes backache, natal
hero and there, rheumatism, gout,
gravel, neuralgia and sciatica. It waa
Dr. Pierce who discovered a new
agent, called "Anurlc," which will
throw nut and comptoly eradicate
this uric acid from tho systom. "An
urlc" is 37 times more potent than
lithla, and consequently you need no
longer fear muscular or articular rheu
matlsm or gout, or many other dis
eases which nro dependent on urla
acid within tho body.
If you fool that tired, worn-out
fooling, backache, neuralgia, or it your
sleep Is disturbed by too frequont uri
nation, go to your best drug store ant
ask for Doctor Pierce's Anurio Tab
lets, full treatment GOc, or send It
conts for a trial package of "Anurlc"
Tablots to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' HoteL
pr- QP f m
I Buffalo, N. Y.
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