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THE FARMING WORLD,
OUTLETS FOR DRAINS.
Cm-mt F.xcvllrnt llr IWrlN4
Unless social cure is taken to jirotoot
the outlet of at ip ilrnin. there imlnnr
of its lwing- more or l.-ss injuivd. If
it is in the jmsliirc. Mock tr.ini-.iiiff
alnmt it are lial.le to crowd the tile
out of place- or break them. Where
land washes very r-.-iMly, heavy ruin,
will frequently displace them H is
jilso sometimes desirnli'.e to so close
the ojieiiinij in the drain thntniiiskr.it,
ral"i:ts and other ermin cannot enter
it during- a dry time and liuild n h
M ruction. Several such devices are il
lustrated in the cut.
Outlet D is jmrtienlarly united to a
tiie which has its opening- in the hank
of a creek or ditch some distance from
the bottom. It is merely a wall of stone
or brick laid in cement. This protec
tion prevents the washing away of
earth from nltout the outlet or a dis
placement of tile or earth by frecxiiifj.
VARlOrs STYLES OK IiRAIX CUTLETS.
Where stone is al-umlant, this style of
an outlet is as practical as any and
more s.ii-stantial than many others.
Outlet C consists of a wooden box nia.le
of two-inch hard wood, open at one
end. which is slipped over the end of
the drain. At the outer end a door,
hirtped at the top. is so erranped that
the water can readily flow out. but
nothing can pa up the tile. A similar
box outlet, E. is square at the cuter
ccd. over which iron rods ore secured
or a piece of strong wire netting is
fastened. Outlet F is simply a tile with
holes :n the top and lottom through
which iron rods are passed. Trapdoor
outlet A isa tile to the opening of which
n circular piece of galvanized sheet iron
is so attached that the water can pas
out. but the entrance of any foreign
matter is prevented. Outlet B is sim
ilar with a square tile for the end.
These last are seldom made in the west,
t ut are more generally in use in the
cast. When obtainable, they are more
easily fitted with a piece of sheet iron.
OfTen a small sewer tile is used to fin
ish the lower end of a drain. The ol-jr-ct
in all these cases is to prevent an
obstruction to the flow of water and
to protect the drain. Farm and Home
STORING ICE OUTDOORS.
fccperiea-ce of B Man Who Has Done It
with jomr Sucre.
"Some years ago it occurred to me to
s tacli a little ice out of doors to save the
trouble of taking it from the ice house.
The stack was made on the north side
of a building. Tn the expectation that
warm weather would quickly melt it,
but little was put up. It kept surpris
ingly, and thereafter large quantities
were stacked yearly, until for several
years pa.t the out-of-doors stack has
furnished ice for creamery and house
hold until alout September 1." writes
a corresjondent in the Connecticut
Farmer. '"There being a scarcity of
ice this year. I had to use an inferior
cuali'y four to five inches thick. The
stack was aliout 30 feet square and four
ieet high. It has furnished ice .to cool
300 quart of milk jier day, in creamery,
besides refrigerator in house. ily
n:-tliod is to spread a few inches of
f havings on the ground for the ice to
rest on. stack the ice and cover with
shavings to a depth of about a foot.
I have found a low stack best, as there
fcceius to be comparatively little melt
ed from top to bottom; but if an open
ing through the side covering lets the
air in it will cut away very fast, and
the higher the stack is the more dilli-c-uity
in keeping the sides covered. I
Line used the same shavings year after
year. I doubt whether it is imjortant
to have the stack in the shade; the
shavings getting moisture from rain
and from the ice, evaporation keeps,
down the temjierature."
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
All things considered, the shepherd
clog is the. best farm dog.
One writer of experience says that
yellow turnips are much superior to
carrots for horses.
English sheep growers, says the Jour
nal of Agriculture, litter the jiens in
which sheep are housed with burnt
clay as a preventive of foot rot. TIm:
clay acts as an absorbent and mukex a
There is nothing more important
than keeping- the stock free from lice.
Fumigate the Ihjunc and stables with
sulphur and charcoal. An application
of a decoction of staves-acre is recom
mended to rid animals of lice. Farm
The On! Way to Ilapiilua-M.
Look up, look forward, look on the
bright side. It is a great thing to take
an optimistic view of life. Jy think
ing that everything happen for the.
best, and every day looking nu the
bright side of things, tone and vigor
will be given to the nature, and u in one
who tries this plan under any and all
circumstances w ill be happier and more
contented. It i a majj's lirst duty to
be contented with his lot, no matter
what it may be. Ileal happiticss in ro
easy to get that one sometimes won
ders that there is so much misery In
the world. Some jeople cannot drive
to happiness with four horses, and
others can reach the goal on foot. Be. ;
Ing perfectly contented with w hat we ;
Lave ia the surest w ay to he realir hap- ,
p KuraJ World.
RATIONS FOR PIGS.
Corn ttnmllpit Fiuxt, Ui Nt b
Miwl anltahlo On.
tVirtl l undoubtedly the handtrnt plg
food the farm prod uce. but it im.nt the
tints t suitable one, li-e:iKe ninl ilijrrn.
er.iey are certain in follow hi the vwike
of a n ecliiNie corn diet. The M-vy
elements whirl) tmtke this grain llio
1-ost f.-tl lotiiu.T food tender it unlit for
I've when bone mid muscle hit needed
to build up t lie strong frames and hardy
constitution required tor profitable
uk product ion. No one kind of f-riiiu
tontains the elements of animal life
in tiie piojMT proportion, hence the
Heed for a wcll-butauccd ration.
The best results are obtained with a
variety of feed, ( lover, wheat, peas,
cat, middlings and .iran. With nil tho
spare skim am buttermilk, are per
haps the most satisfactory foods. Corn
should be given in moderation. Abroad
barley meal is regarded as the best
feed for the production of high-class
rk. The lx-st results arc obtained
with ground feed. The whole grain is
more cxeusie, as it is eaten loo rap
idly to allow of proper mastication anil
digestion. If ungroiind, the grain
should be soaked for ?4 hours In-fore
Hogs require some other succulent
food when debarred from clover, ami. as
they do not take kindly to ensilage, it
:s lseecss.iry to supply tools, l'uiiipkiiis
lire excellent to give variety and furnish
succulence. The great value of juicy
foods is not in the amount of nourish
lucnt they contain, but in the stimulus
They afford to the appetite, thereby en
I'bliug the pigs to maintain digestion
ai.il .is-siiniiat i-.Mi 'iu!mpnircd. Salt,
cha.voai ;inu asho sh-iuld Ik freely si:y
piied, :;s they aid in regulating digi-s-t:on.
They are particularly needed
when the hogs arc being pushed.
It is important to remember that it is
not wat :i IiOl" eats but what he digests
tiiat makes the tiork. For this reason
the aniiii.ils should be watched when at
meals, and should never lve allowed to
overfeed. This is a very eotum-m
trouble, as hogs are naturally viry
greedy. Their real wants can easily be
discerned ly noting the eagerness vith
which they come to their feed. "The
supply should be raportioncd accord
ingly, and any surplus should at ottce
i e removed. In protilable pork produc
tion the aim is to h;ive the hogs er.! ;?
r.rach as possible without cioyiii" i iie
appetite. To do this they must be fed
icgularly and, though tempted to eat,
must only be given what they will eat
up clean. X. Y. World.
A WOMAN I'lONEKIi.
Tho Extro.ordlnn.ry O.roor of Urn
J. T. Hadloy.
They Help to Keep t!ie Horses Warm In
Cold Went her.
Where the horse stalls arc at one side
of a stable, and not shut off from the
h.rge open space by a close partition,
the occupants of the stalls are likely to
suiTer from cold during severe weather,
even though well blanketed. Much
more feed is consumed in this wav, the
!if ;L.i i i iTlT
Mi lift &
( : i t I' i Br! ;i i '
Ovmer an! Mniiaucr of a Rlf-mtll I'ra.rU
I'arm -WfiiKlrrrut trlt anil
rK th Fire IS-rnD, Slrmtor, tit.
On a splendid f irm nl ilm k alone. In tin
very heart of the treat, ft. Ii".:ti.l pr..:--r..n
pralrii-s nf Northern Illinois, liveiv Mrs. J.
1. Ilndley. Klip mvtis ami iHTKuiiallr direct
the ultairs of lier farm, which Is an rich and
pr.xlueUvo art tin; iiiiisl ambitious could do
sin'. s,!io Is now sixty-flvo year old and was
nniieted with hlecltngof tlicluiign forfnrty
l!vc years. Umini; that time sho was a
great snflerer, she was u-e.iit. timl and run
li'ivvn, and In Ciiiiseipicinv existeiieo, even,
w.i a burden. Tin ra was no pleasure hi
life for her.
Darinir all theso rears," she sal. I to the
writer, ! Ii.ui nveired treat ireut from
iniuiy very successful and eminent phy
sicians They coiilil do nothing forme. "I
continued to irrovv worse, year by year, un
til last xmnc when I was so b:il that I
could noi even walk across my room, and
when 1 coughed the blood oflen piished
from my nose and mouth. Al this time I
w.is receiving treatment irotn the local .hj
siciaas, and while ttiey ain men of more
than ordinary s ; ill, 1 v:us ennstantly gn.w
Iiil' weaker and worse. I u.ter these eii eum
sT.iuoos I hvumo tlioroiijjriy disvoiuagrd
"ly j ti si. inas told me franklr that they
ciuld do no m. . io f-.r lue, t tint. 1 could live
hut, a she!, tiiiio at the host cud that I
sh.eild arrange tny affairs with Unit fact in
vi.-vv. tu:it p.: j-death ivus only a question of
a very short, lime. I'lulerthese cry trying
ami iliseoura'inir caviimstanocs my aileii
tion wa--. called to the advertisement cf
l'iak l'i'.ls for Palo lVofic. 1 derided to
try them. I eo :l.l not see that I ha.l any
thing to lese and cverv th ug was to he
aiTitsl. My phvhicu.ns ;v re doiug nie no
good so liicro w as n..th;r.r.r to lose by ilrr.p
luav. their treatmenr. s. without ja; in;'air.-Hitae-
to them irhout it. I lx.-au en ?.!:.! !i
1 .'.. t- take 1'ink I i.is lor I'a'.c l'e j.le.
and I have continue.t their use up t the
present, time, la a:l I have taken eleven
Lot. s. 1 began to iniir ve almost, as seen
t3 1 'neeaa to ti.kc th.-m and 1 In-.ve tr.iii.ed
constantly uutil 1 am now retnarkal.ly v. ell
for one of my years. It ).as been more
than for:y-five years sir.:c I was ns I am
now. I now fuily realize that I !:;.vc not
kil wa v. limit wxs tn b.' reaiiy we'.l. 1 iiat
weak, tired, latitui 1 fe. :i::L' v. l.ich has i.een
tbe burden of my ex:st'VU-i or so many
jiairs ami which has i::aoe any labor or veil
life itself a tlu::-' to 1..' creadej is p. ne. I
am npAV woi-k nban! the he. use and assist
in the duties Trhirb fafl to women on farms
and even onjoy tiie lab. r while tiu:sem
pleyoj. I can nf.t help woinlei tug hew I
ever endured my years of iuctnre. 1 con
sider ntyse'.f fully as strousr ::n.i healthy
v.w.en nf i,j v tie. i'i'- .--re,
'Wneii I he-..u taking tiio p. lis n.y skin
was dry. harsh a'al dead. It has" since,
peeled 'X and is irc.sk. soft and lo.alt!.y
u. .w. Jly hair which was almost white,
erir and d-ad has rtrained its visrora:d
mui h of its color and is s.ift and oii ibie. It
is in better condition than it has been for
years. My fe.:& were badly swollen, the
skin on luorii was dry am! cracked. Tl:er
gave me great troubfe. Now that is all
chanced. The sweliinsr has entirely disap
peared and llicy are in a perfectly licalthy
"Taking it all in ail." she said, '"1 think
my care a nn.st remarkable, one and 1 am
more than wiliintii::t tiie vv.Tld suallknow
wi-.at Fink Pill? for Tale IVooie have done
for me, for it in.iy prove a blessing to other
sufferers. Yes. you may make any use you
like of my cxjuTience."
An analysis of Dr. Williams' Pink Pilis
shows that thev contain, in a cciniciiscti
fora, all ti;c elements riOresiHry to give
new life and richness to the blood and re
st :c. shattered nerves. Tney are an un
failing sie iiic for such diseases as l.ieo
mi tor ataxia partial paralysis, St. Vitus'
Uiime, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism,
nervous headache, tiie after effects of la
prii.jK-, palpitation cf the heart, pale and
sallow complexions, ail forms of weakness
either in male or female, and all diseases
resulting from vitiated humors of the
blond. Fink Fills are sold by all dealers, or
will be sent post paid on receipt of price,
5e ints a Nix. or six boxes for $2.."0-by ad
dr.sMr:!r lir. iV:llia:::s' Medicine Cc, Seheo-ectad;.-.
When dogs, cats and other asb
mnJa carried long distances on ears
and steamers, sometimes conllnod In
tings and basket, can, without asking
any question,, flqj their way home,
ami bird travelling thoimand of mile
come hark year after yenr to the same
nests, and carrier pigeons to their
dovecotes, It ts pretty sure that they
knew some things to a knowledge of
which no human being has yet ut
ta'iie.l. There is a vast Held of animal
intelligence to lie studied, and the
more we study the more we shall be
filled with won. lor and admiration.
Ilt'KR.tll FOR rENNMVLVA.NIJL.
Tho farmers of l'ennpylvnni.a ere to
be congratulated. M. M. I.uther, Knst
Troy, Fn., grew over 2tH bushels Sai
ler's Silver Mine Oats on one measured
acre. Think of it! Now there ore
thirty thousand farmers going to try
and beat Mr. Luther and win $00 in
gold! and they'll doit. Will you?
Then then? is Silver King Itarley,
cropped on ioor will 116 bus. per acre
in Is'AV. Isn't that wonderful and
corn 2.10 bus. nnd potatoes and grasses
und clovers, fishier plants, etc., etc.
Freight is cheap to all points
Ik yol' will it this hi t and sent
it with 10c postage io the John A. Sal
ter Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., you will
receive their mammoth catalogue and
ten package grains and grasses, in
cluding nlove oats, free. (K.)
In Olilea Tim
reotiln overlooked tha Importance tit fr
timnenlly benrtlHsl efft-rta and hot satis
f1l wltli transient action; but imvv tbut It
I ireniTully known thnl Hymp of Fkrs will
pormsiiently nfnumn hnhitunl constlj a.
lion, welblnformed pcopm will not buy
other luxittlv-c. which i for a tir.-io, but
finally Injure the system.
Hr.rcttAM's mm. for eoritli u'.lon lor nnd
(Set the book (free) at your dniyswt's
and go by 1U AniiUid sales C.nn.im buses.
Mm Ki neiin "I then;lit u said It was
llio llttl'i bov next door who tvu laaKlnt' all
the nolwl"' Little Johnnie "H. H was;
ni. I was hitting him with a slick.'-
C'i, PAIS often eoncentrate sTJ O
Q 1U MISETtT la O
J Um at once C
If yon want to feel It cooceiv (T
jjjijj trate IU healing la cure, 'j'
He (feellnrr his wr.y to a knowleU'e of
her aivoiuplishntents) 'Can V;m Cain
RtiK'kimrs, Ar.ils-lla!'' Khe ivvitli i!isi;:i.t
frigidity) 4-I don't eiieet to marry a man
who U'VhIs to wear darned stuu.vini;s."
"Love makes the world go round." The
world seems to co r.-uiid. but love makes
vour head swim ; that's tl.e. es'ilauatiou.
A Canal Clinked l"p
Is practically useless. The human orgnr.lsm
is provided watt a canal which sometimes
Ikvoiiics choked np, namely, ihe' bowels,
tlirotm'ii which inttch of tiie effete aid wast'j
tnaiK'jof the system eseais. When they
are obstructed constipated, iu other worus
Ihistottcr's Stoma. ii I'.ittrrs will relieve
them effectually, but without fain, and in
stitute a rcsriilur habit of body. Thi3 niedi
cino also remedies nialarialj bilious, dys
peptic, rheumatic, nervous and kidney
trouble, and Elrengthens tho entire system.
Sit.- '-I really don't think I shall take
part again in theatricals; I always feci as
though I were making a fool of tu.vst If."
He "Oh, everybody tnialcs liuit"" Fk!i
TnE class In natural history bein asked
tiled ifferem-e Ivtwceii a di p and a tree, the
head boy answered : "A tlx is-wered with
bark, tvuile a dog seems to be iincd with it."
Piso's Cure for Consumption relieves the
most obstinate cmnths. Uev. i). Gi umi ev
leu, Leiin-ston, Md., Feb. 24. "U4.
exra amount doing the animal no good
except to aid in keeping him warm.
Moreover, chilly quarters tend to get
an animal out of condition, and so less
r.ble to do his work well. A plan is
suggested hi the accompanying sketch
for keeping horsed warm in such open
stables. A stout vv ire or lig ht iron rod
is stretched across the rear of the stall
near the eoilii.g, and on this is hung a
curtain of burlap or old carpeting. On
ct-ld nights and days this can be drawn
across the opeuinir, to the t reat comfort
of th" occupant of the s'all. Lings of
stout wire hold the curtain to the rod,
--Orange Judd Fi.rmer.
f-fcfllni; Whole K:tr to Stern,.
The most profitable method of feed
ing steers with us is i;i ojmh yards w it h
sheds nicely bedded. We use troughs,
bee:: use with horned cattle we cannot
spare the room for self-feeders. F.very
day each trough is cleaned out ami the
cobs and half-catei: cars are taken to a
l ig. flat trough for the stork cattle. We
lieiieve that we get the U-st results
from feeding whole ears, for when
broken pieces are taken into the mouth,
the grains are shelled off the cob, and
jHissibly lioth corn and cob are swal
lowed without lieing properly liiasti
ated. With whole cars but little of
the corn is studied while it is being
eaten. LTmer Luiighlin, in I'rairio
During tic 14t!i century, in France
nnd Spain, gifts cf valuable rings to
statues of th- saints and Yirg:n Mary
were very common. One statue in btar
celona is said to have worn rings valued
Filgrim rings w ere formerly sold at
every noted shrine in Christendom.
Thcf were purchased by pilgrims pre
paring to return home, and wen-regarded
as evidence that the pilgrimage had
ben really performed.
The coronation ring of IS rent Fritain
is of gold, with a large mid very valu
able ruby setting. Durir.g the corona
tion ceremonies it is placed on the
fourth linger of the sovereign by the '
Archbishop of Canterbury.
According to the traditions of the
early church, do: eph :nd Mary were
espoused with an amethyst ring. This,
by some persons, is supHised to be the
leason why Kpiseopal rings were often
Eci w ith t he same l.totie.
Mit.hridates. in the lir.-t century be
fore Christ, hail a very large collec
tion or museum of signet ring's. It was
insinuated against him that hiscollcc
tion contained the signet of every lead
ing potentai" of his time.
Jackson "Any sleeping apartment in
theclubyou beiongtof Snarleiirh "Not
one, except the reading-room." Household
N'kiv Youk. .laau-try -7. :;
CATTI.K Native steer 3 ! i -.
I'uT'iMX Miii.ouii.' s-4
Kb' (.":: -Winter VV" neat 3"" . ?.
v,'m:.T-N.i.s ittu .
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ST. Ll ICIS.
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Wind In th Sin inc of Kent.
Itejiorts from the North llakota ex
periment station give romnrknhh- riiu
Urmutiou to the well-know n fact that
w'tiiis play an important part in the
!r;t ii but ion of Is. In 11 square feet
of a U-vvrek-old and .'i-ineh deep snow
drift upon an ire pond ID yards from
liny wreils, Jll weed seeds V.rrc found,
and iii. otlur drill similarly situated
yielded seeds, represent ing y arie
ties. While tiie wind was blowing in
miles an hour a jieck of mixed c il was
p., meil on the snow crust, nnd in min
utes after 1'JI wheat groins, J3 lln-wi-ils,
411 buckwheat mid fil riigwceil
weIs were found In a trench lit) rods
from where they had been poun d upon
Taeoma claims the Pacific coast rec
ord for the output of its lumlsT milUi
during b-'J.'.. tho total being 1 lS.Oiiil.OoO
The first buckwheat state is New
York, with is(.010 acres and 4,l'"5.7:i3
bushels of prudtiet.
A pe-innt iil mill is to be established
:n .Norfolk, Va.. with a capital of$Kl,
(Hio and nil chtimated capacity of 4"()
gallons a day.
Henry Moo. mi eeceniric farmer near
(irronv.ood Lake, N. V., is preparing to
start a frog farm, on v.-hich lie w ill raise
frogs for tiie New York market.
The lotnl salmon puck of Ihe Paeille
coast during luM year, for the full
fpring nnd fall seasons, was li,(i:!4.s?7
cases. Iff this amount t.,7.'hn ca.es
were packed on the Columbia liver,
C.IT.ii'id c.isi s in Aliisl.a iin. I ir.VTTt-nsrs
iu Itritish Columbia.
9 See thai
It's the featcre of
nil; xi . w-i j
Tat. Hook and
Eye. No matter
how you twist
and turn, it holds
the eye in place.
ft-ncl tied cent itamp
with nam anil ad-
arejj ana irif a
mnit vm Mother f.'oo.e in newelMnr; X
containing ten rolur jJ.iH ; tm btnrk A
oroj teiuM ptoturtt; vnU toll of Ititlu 0
Richibmoh dt DsLosa !!.. rhIUuU.
POINTERS FOR WOMEN.
l'rublrm for t'Milrrs.
Not less food, but food Im iter adapt
ed to the purpose for which the uulmul
is kept, and fi-d in such a liiuniirr as to
give the U-st results; this is I he line of
investigation for the furuiers and feed
ers to -day.
Ik not scorn to wear a veil in a high
Do not economize on the manicure's
Ik) not iirclectthedny of small tnend-
lh not re gun! the pin as a sulwUtuto
for the ni'edle.
Do not wear shoes uublaeked or run
dowu at tho beel.
i TltK AKRMOTIHt CO. s lislf lli world's
I lnlmlll Iwdm, twi'suH It hw rtsluotl uiseoM 1
wind t-uinr lu I .! dm iv vwl h iih mur Mwra
honors, snd miiuhms iu a-m-aa ana rwra
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it sia mas
Jamari lat afl 1.111a uaiial sue.
i Tauka and fvuuW at all kind a sm-4 fi oaiaincu.
tm Ulk, kackvaU aa PUiaMn Until, Ckkaiav
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Ull Will hu. i. kiVruivAiiruiHUHHhUkM.
Bubbles or Medals.
" Best sarsapirillas." When you think Gf it how contradictory
that term is. For there can be only one best in anything one best
sarsaparilla, as there is one highest mountain, one longest river, one
deepest ocean. And that best sarsaparilla is ? .... There's
the rub I You can measure mountain height and ocean depth, but
how test sarsaparilla ? You could, if ycu were chemists. Eut then,
do you need to test it? The World's Pair Committee tested it, and
thoroughly. They v.cnt behind the label on the bottle. Yhat did
this sars.ipanlla test result in ? Kvcry make of sarsaparilla shut out
of the Fair, except Ayer's. So it was that Ayer's was the only
sarsaparilla admitted to the Vorldrs Fair. The committee found it
the best. They had no room for anything that was not the best.
And as the best, Ayer's Sarsaparilla rcccicd the mHal and awards
due its merit'-. KcMcmbcr the word " b'.st " is a bubble any breath
can blow ; but there are pins to prick such bubbles. Those others
are blowing more "best sarsapr.riila" bubbles since the World's Fair
pricked the eld ones. True, but Ayer's Sarsnparil'a hr.s the medal.
The pin that scratches the medal proves it gold. The pin that
pricks the bubble proves it wind. We point to medals, not bub
bles, wh;n vc say : The best scrjapurl'.la is Ayer's.
You are discharged I "have
no u&e for any one that has
not sense enough to chew
mzTS n si
The largest piece of good
tobacco ever oold Tor 10 cents
The 5 cent piece is nearly as
lare as you et of other
high grades for 10 cents
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The Greatest Medical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, of R0X5URY. MASS.,
H.is discovered in one i f our common
pasture wecii-5 a rrmeJv that ct:re; ?ver
kinjif Humor, irm tin: vort bcrolula
down to a common Fimplc
He h.K tried it in crr eleven hunJJ
t.'es,.ind never f.nlej c;ertii) two c.ies
(Nith thimjer lium.ir.) He has now M his
pos-sion over two hunJrcJ cerli'i.'ates
oi' it v.ili:e, all within twenty miles ji
Boston. i-enJ rist.il card tor took.
A benefit is always experience J from the
first bottle, and a pertVit airelswarunte2
when the riRlit quantity is t.iUen.
Wlien the lungs ate atleifrj It causes
shooting pains, liUa neejles passing
throueh them; the same with the I.lver of
Howels. This !s causeJ bv the ducts be
ing stopped, and alwdvs disappears In a
week atler taking It. KraJ the Libel.
If the stom.iih Is foul or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best vou can get, and enough of It.
i oe, one tablespoon! til In water at fceJ
urn. Sold by all Druggists.
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN-STRONG MEH
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