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P&wn Tzinw..,The ,o tioni o
th applemM t aith fest timO
-gitekoecaswioafor the ifniq y'Is theie
n over-prduftio of that kind of fruit?
or 101 other .words, have farmers been
-setting too. many apple trees -for their
own good? According to the pre
state of the market apples, ate. of littto
valUe to farmers.. Qu red 6f lbushejs
of as fine apples as ev gew are to-day
lying upon the ground as they dr'pied
from the trees. We know of instances
where individ uals were allowed to select
the beat apples they could find la the
orchard for five cents per bushel. It
may be said that this year is -ah excep
tional year. To some extent ethis is
true, and on.the othei hand it is a con
dition that may be expected -in the tu-~
ture, because of the many orchards of
trees coming into bearing' that have
been set within the past few years.
This condition has been anticipated by
some, and orchards of thrifty growing
trees just coming to their best years of
bearingr have been out down within a
year or two.
Tzn opening of the English market
gave promise of some relief to farmers,
but that too seems to be fading away.
So far as many farm products are goa
- cerned, especially the perishable kinds,
the demand must of necessity govern
the production; and - when there Is
an over-produoti6n, the surplus abole'
the mand must go, to w .. The
fariUils'adq eboly I (grested in iany
'of th& Intricate questori of olitical
ecuonoy as any other .individual, and
when as a class farmers discover that
they can derive as much profit from
producing no more than there is an ao
tual demand for, they will turn atten
tion In some'other direction oroviding
for some otber denland. And so'If
amples ire and are likely to be in excess,
we should say to the fraternity of far
mers Chat more orchards will only 14
crease the flood of this fruit.
Tnm fowl should always be bled
through the mnouth. A clean cut'with
a sharp pointed knife across the roof of
the mouth just below and under the
eyes will do the business. A half-min
ute will be all sufficient to bleed, and
when the bird begins to struggle give it
a smart blow on the back of the head
and begin the picking at once. A smart
picker will have the feathers nearly all
off before the bird ceases to move. The
ruling price In this vicinity is three
cents per head for dressing chicks and
five cents for ducks, and some pickers
make from $3 to $5 per day at thesb
prices. Ducks should be thrown into
ice water as soon as picked, and kept
there till marketed. They do not re
quire to be drawn. The wing feathers
from the outside joint, with the head,
should b left on.
1dRs. L. HARRiSQN, in the Indiana
Farmer states that honey made from
apple blossoms Is dark, but fine-flavored;
ha.pWm pl -eseberry is light, but of
a delicate flavor. "iffte clover honey.
light, with the comb 'AdViatp- tt~
from linden cr basswood Is light brown
and rich in vegetable oil; golden rod
prQduces thick, golden-colored honey.
Each source apparently gives the honey
obtained from it some particular char
KEEP no unirolt'able cows over win
ter. The present is the time to call the
herd, if it has not been -done already.
Ten chances to one you are keeping one
or more cows that do not pay forthe
'feed they eat. You can easily ascer
tam which cows are prolitable , fpr
cream, by setting alittle milk from each
cow in a tumbler, or butter, in a cream
gauge. Tihere will be a difference in
the thickness of the cream, and that
very marked, unless your cows are all
of the same breed, and even then the
difference in the eream may be notice
IF you have an old grape vine that
yields poorly and has been seen its best
days, cut it entirely off close to the
ground, manure heavily, and let it
throw up two new leaders, and the fol
lowing year you will see that it is as
goad as a young vine.
A SUCCESSFUL dairyman in Iiiinois
says that he is no w feed ing a herd of over
100 cows, and that none of them get a
pound of hay. H-e leeds altogether on
corn fodder, cut when in blossom, then
bound and set up till cured. Hie lhar
vests about seven tons of this feed from
one acre, and maintains that it is far
preferable to hay or other rough food.
A WESTERN New York farmer who
- buyvs sheep from this West to fatten in
the fall says he last year made a profit
when his neighbors made none by buy
ing split and colored beans, which lie
fed with corn, instead of an all-corn ra
tion. He says two-tlithbeans with corn
make the sheep thrive and fatten faster
than full rations of cornn.
I Kcow a Pennsylvania farmer who
throws straw in his shed, sprinkles lime
over it, turns his stock on it, and, when
trampled well, lhe repeats the process.
In the spring he has many loads of good
manure, lie claims that the lime helps
make ths.otraw rot and keeps the in
seois froirtthe crop, especially from root
crops.' lie so told me that he has had
no scabby potatoes since he has used
lime with his manure.
Sam that there is an abtindance o1
9 crushed oyster shells, bone and charcoal
within reach of the hens at all times,
for without these the soft shelled eggs
will soon appear, and with these will
begin-the habit of egg-eating .whieh ja
50 annoying and -provoking, so difficult
to check, and so destructive to the pro
* fits of the business.
EVER one who has fowls should pro.
ide a dust.'ox. Fine road dust, coal
ashes, sat~d, pulverized loam, or even
clay, are all very good, and with a
sprmnklinig of powdered sulphur consti
tute ed0'avbath tin call be desired.
This s i$imd-be, placed in a $unny opd
sure 4 room; dr knddclean
so thitlie fo*lsfgay 4joy ins'beneflth
wheW t 'e choos'ej M
Cht~A nest-eggs are a red l' canoh''
*fiat this season,. First 9f all, hey ne ek
break from ' frost, ] tk~lid use, the
lens, if at large, may be Attratted tdO
familiar spot, to lay, whenj ifnogpe^6.
egg were there, the nedt luight god WA
niew place and not be fournd.
Q?MLY sheep ta~ tol bedius ri aturalhl
11ind evehr theyrmay-require some ur-ging..
rutw: bets stare Wjery nutritious, and if
thieiear~e'ort t'fusedI of spined ones
than the sheep will consume, by boiling
them, ct mixilngw Mit oats andsgrninmg
hogs may be n Ihd~ o at40m,
* ~~,lly foutid that! tLA~
watitiig at the dlib Au lin
will work hard to gain adission' for
A s a a 0hARl
oEae~r Pas a Ih~uvoesn Oas
- ORN DODGfl s..PFIe 'tblelipoon
tal of flour mixed togetherr MiWover av
night with enough boiling byate
Oova gTn.te rotQiingp Ina
- one teacupa of sllk, ~itile '541~ fi
salt. Bake i muffi rings on a too
ing oe pindl ot vbite ~ 1LL
pints .Q- . When so~dIl~i5
hate" pIaidpaced on but~UIt5
Just before yout talie thecay
the Ore add a small lump of bSiter-i be
oi e tablespoonful .of -vihiegar. If er~i0
prefer It, the fig lna be choppedan
be mixed with cancan .
It is not certain tha't iniu wreck foun di on
Mbunt Ararat is the iematis of Noah's Ark; an
but wearecertain tbat Allon'sLung.8gsstn fe
0 Rhol cuWcuAsadod , n sae U1ti
matny wrecks frota theravagedof1 consuajtp- ea
tioni we see 0ow-a-dava.' All d itt -sell Nt
the Balsam, Price, too., '800. s nds'$ per
The violet grows low and covers itself m
with its own tears, and of alilfdowers
yields the sweetest fragrance. Such Is
Thpatn and tserysugred by those hbo are
amlted with dyspepaia are indescribable. The
relief which is givea by Hlood's Sarsaptrtta asa
caused thousands to be thankfal for tle, great
medicine. It dispels the cnses of dyapepsia, and
tones up the dikestve organs.
When .you retire , to bed, t1 'in ,v
what you have done d ia 1 the day,
and reolve tocddletter the day con
When. Fogg was asked regarding the
latest addition thoe English language,
lie said lit would ask his wife. she al- 4
ways had the last word. Mrs. Fogg ]
said that Carboline was not only theef
latest but the best.
Small beginnings lead to the mIghtiest 4
consequences. For those who desire to
be good the great tihings to attand to ate ]
the littlething8. X . 4
F ITS:All Fis stope 'oro. -rtin atfr
bote of Dr. ni' Ureer Iterer e
Fit cases. -Send o Dr.Kline.931. 4rci, st,,Phlia.,Pa. ]
WT don't kow how it is outsidebt
in Detroit a woman will- answer a 'call
by a telephone without stopping to
brush her teath and fx her hair.
yl Your e aood Pure? -
For impitre blood -the beset medicino
known, SCOVILL'8 SARSAPARiLLA, -
OR BLOOD AND LER S'YRUP, may
be implicitly reliued on when everthing else
falls. Take it in the spring time especially
for the Impure accretious of the blood in.
cident to that season of the year and take W0
it at all times for Cancer, Sorofula, Liver a
Cornplaints, Weakness, Boils, Tumnors, ser
Swellings, Skin Diseases, Malaria, and the
thousand Ills that come from Impure blood.
To ensure a cheerful disposition take 8CO-.
VILL'S BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP,tu
which will restore the mind to its natural dre
'The gilded calf, having wealth with
out soul finds more worshippers to d~ty iS~
than in the time of Moses. the
The reign of sense in medicine ise
shown by the popularity ot Hop Porouts -~
Ptatervs for pains.
Do not let adversity discourage you,
my son. Were it not for the kicks
which it receives tile football would
never get up in the world.
hAn0 phydci la, haitired iron practce, *vin~
ary thte Ierantuls of a siplo vegetable lemnedy for
Jro n lisa, a iarli, Aslaina, anti atll hioac ane
Luin gAffections, also a posatLuve and radical cure
b r NrVotts Debility andl alt Nervolts Complit,.
anii tound or -on, a et it is dt to Ifalce:
at kdown to his~ suffermtg fenowA. Actuatedi b$ this' Ltr
moative andi a deialee to rehove htumiah suqfering 1:
Wtiil send free of Charge, to aill wflo deoir6 it tilig
recipe tm Germt~an, i'rea( or English, with full3
diret ions for preparintg atnd using. h Ont by mali -
by aoeatit g atlan ca, nacerte
ifnppy -is the luchy-man Who has
neighbors whiling to -forgive gas u
Irt7v used Dr. fligelpws k'dsitive Curs In
m."~ fatnily as a general 'onsth inedilci.
O)n6et siy chililrenas qu:fokiy relle~tio4
u severe Sttacli. of oroupb It, ' heer ft Il
reomneni It,- i, L.o o fLL, rantItp
Charity Is never bit; it may be of lio
'trvice to those it. is .beiatouc ed tupon, yet
i.eyer does a work ot beauty and giac6 ,2
-aion the giver's heart. rit
live abme ot
us. it i eusieundCrat iiist
tcs o t e lirti lean e, he
ny o i n Fa
alst cse~t s -anit chr.e A
us.i'd fori Cataa af ad crtn in it tr
ELo7 17ruN. "-A.
YO t e chicka aid are
utrito a aucepan a of
wter, ai slice of leaii bacon, a
iit ieiteg ne 6 ree
-L2Ma go IOfU1 t I
orik aa. half 'o.t hours, ahd
4, e o ht ent'd keep it hot
on a dish. Beat well the yolks of three
eggs add a gill of cream, and stir Into
the liquor from the .chicken; when rich
and thick, remove; add salt and pepper
to suit and a teaspoonful each of vin
egair and lemoh Jice; pour hot over the
chicken.. It carefully prepared it is
rich anid tothbome. . An excellent
studing for either turkey or ciotkezi is
made from cruinbs of: brevd, butter,
finely chopped parsley, celerytops, salt
pepper, thyme, marjoram, beef chopped
fine..and the yelk of - one egg, If do.
aired still richer, add ten oysters and a
small Iandful of boiled chespnut..
French- are the best. If the weather is
cold, gr the fowls can be kept cold,they
should be stuffed a week or ten days be.
fore cooking. The moat absorbs the
seasoning, and it becomes more .thor.
oughly a part of the fowL
A ZELYotoUS OMELLT.-Beat - the
yolks and whites of four fresh eggs
separately. Add to the yolks as much
powdered white sugar as will sweeten
it delicately; and add to that a stnell
dessertspoodful. 'of' corn flou'r, 'Wery
smOothly bleided in a spo6nfu 16f earn
or rbh lk. ,Beat $l0 whktes to >axstiff
froth. then geritly stir them into the
yolk and corn flour, which must have
been previously beaten together. In
adding the whites, take care to break
the froth as little as possibler 'Have
some bitter melting in a olOniace
pan, and when the'preparatioiws redy,
drain the butter from the pan and pour
the omelet .in while the pan is hot, and
hold it two or three minutes over a
clear fire-that is long enough to cook
the under side suffleiently, Then hold
the pan to the fire till the upper side
looks firm. Spread raspberry or rasp
berry jam, over one half, and turn the
other half over' it, and serve immed
ONE of the prettiest Patterns we
have seen in narrow knitted laces, and
one that is very easy to make, is as fol
lows: Caqt on nine stitches and knit
once across plain, thou for the first ro,w
knit three stitches, narrow one, put
thread over the needle qe though to
knit seam, only put it over twice, nar
row, put thread over twice, knit one,
put thread over twice, knit one; this
finishes the first row. Knit the second
row and every alternate row- plain.
Third row: knit two, narrow, put
thread over twice, narrow, thread.over
twice knit three, thread over twice,
knit one. Fifth row: knit oue,narrow,
thread over twice, narrow, thread over
twice, knit fiye, thread oqr twice. knit
one. "Sft-n row*
narrol, Inil r thread over
twice, narrot. f '11 iow: knit four,
thread over twic ,4nrrowthX.
twice, knit three to .
r read over
Twfth row kit paWa"
remal aeof lad'o. When' knit of
three-tlieaded -saxony yax it cannot
fail t6.please, and it als t~ksa hand
lane t~owhen' made ftu knitting
RlorAL $AUCJE ~(I Ls.-Take
~thie breast meat of a cold toast fowl,
without'the~skirn; put in a miortar with
a slice of Vienna bread, first soaking
the bread in milk and squeezing it till
quite dry. Pound these to a paste, and
tnen add suflicient white stock to make
it smnooth and about as thick as custard,
seasoning It with a little salt and pep
per. Place the sauce over a gentle fire,
and let it simmer for twenty minutes
to half an hour. Then-setr i-one side,
and while cooling beat up thle Yelks of
two eggs with half a cupful of cream,
and stir the mixture into the sauce.
Put it again over the fire to heat,. tr
ring constantly, but do not let itb1i
after adding the eggs and cream, hihoe
who like the flavoring can add to this
sauce a half dozen almonds reduced to
a paste. _____
OLIVE SAUCE F'oR GAME, ETO.
Peel off the meat from four ounces of
large olives; put It into boiling water
for a few minutes, then drain and soak
in cold water to extract the salt taste.
Then drain again and simmer gently in
a stew-pan with three gills of good
brown gravy. The sauce should be
served hot, with a dish of cut lemons
for those who prefer the addition of the
CALVES' FEET BnoTH.-Boll two
calves' feet in three quarts of trater;
simmer it until reduced to half; strain
it and set it by; when to be used take
off the far; put a large teacupful of the
Jelly into the saucepan,with half a glass
ct sherry, a little sugar and nutmeg;
make it hot nearly to the boil; then beat
up the yolk of an egg; mix it up care
fully, but do not let it boil; grate a piece
of fresh emnpeand serve.
A NrcE~ Sueriza Ursx.-Grate y r
mince lean ham very fine; mix with it
the yolk of an egg and some cream' sea
son with a very little nutmeg. hlave
.ready some small slices of brea4d halft an!
inch thick; toast them to- a delicate
brown; then, while hot,spread the meat
over. It; break the yolk of an egg over
the top and brown slightly in the oven
and send to tabje hot.
Thietowers of oratory of U. S. Sen.
ator 'Voorhees, of Indiana are univer
sally acknowledged. Where even in
Demosthenes could there be words more
eloqjuent than these? "I consider St.
Jacob's Oil a splendid remedy. I suf
fered from rhieumatismi of the back. [
used St. Jacob's Oil, which gave me
instantaneous relief, and ,then cured
He who loveaAi e good and I k for
the godfinds tego p h
SProf. Grothe4 f the Broaklyn Bioard
;of I,laith, analyzed Ried Star Cousth
Cure and found le absoi.utely free from
Joison antippiates, and safe and. sure.
Rieligion 18 a giant's' heart and a
giant's pupose put imto every-clay life,
St. Bernard 'egetable - ~ l
*waarenTZ ieRxd w3?I
cyspo ise a
tbl worth a pop oat et
im stfen e. in'twn with -nearly all
ieks of sedentary babita), frtm the int
us 0'oot ofdvs0epw latudigestionpIfes
a 6f app 11_'p U Ot ailments oattsed
a cotiat habit of thea body. Dr.
Jro.*a4 att pa ve Pellst erad
to all theWe disorders in -rmptly reinov
the t and duce a rare de.
i. of $(Ioiftt ond he~ltb.
ThenMan ' motpta his higU hores
varbl e least pitied whea he
ignr e is ? Gol en
)dloalDIsoaury" li i Certain reinedy for
a terribei inte. All .
otfulousiI 0 1:19his a scrof.
)us t!G1 .1h Unk Z~ bb oured
it.It1 e4 : d er the 'throat
lung; Ie ethnmirapulous.
416iW40 0tith a g6o4 jnotlVe
d. Ith thO - thj ent atrtlib thime
Th6 for trait of mind
4 neart 0 seldom i1 of - perennial
ringeof dometio ejbyment.
Backacheeq~hing si4a and kidneys,
re muscleas titc4h, dik are kembved
The devil wall never get to heaven,
caus he hcaniot d16 and have a fun
WAXA PlWIMEND 13331 Tome .tas
I cot bn n n its nl're nuitr
ierat% and ltfe4ustatning ptoperueB inVasus.
for In Igestioni dyapeprnanervom prostrstuo
I all forms of goneradtebUityg ros In O a on
ibled oonditions, whether the resultb! exues.
3, nervous 0stratio over-w or acut i
le, partlodiCrY if roanlittul frqm Pulmkonary
npla nts. c&8well asard 06o, proprietors,
w York. Sold by drogrla.
When the devil pratss ' ee,. re
mber that he is the er of all
SHILLS AND FEVERS
?AIN IN THE BACK & SIDES
'OR SALE BY AL); DRUGGISTS
The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red
FThlt ALL OTlIgitb FAIL, UoNgsUIT
ambled aud udiortunate wit i k'relyo cegr
le Meinee Book on speclal disases free;
aco men i by 13 to 2 . M.,fIP. M. toi10P.d.
Pamn by U REa "'i" t
)j.ration Or uas~ :a1.inss. teo b& hun,
aii9.*M~th4' .atSU id i fith t.. d|o.
n..and dunu iys.
Iftelaihied.Money tind Praperty
hou-a-tw ceboarel 2 'euttaa i~)
orkCity, or 1*,1Bo , o ffalo, -I
H ICKENS .2b.iu oExe;t
ALESMEN wan *We e "ogh'Ej 1
- tn hflropnnnw
Sy.eyc 'r o totoqs
18 . B.H1 NAK
SSMa N WeefAO 548 A 5*01ii
AiON1 shoul no heiae o it.
J. B. H~OBESlA01(,..of 208 orth.S5eco;id
t'Q p -hie.f raf froin dA. Mi. toa I P.
1916e free. lead Our neot boole, "The Mya
ete." Prlco, 100. Also treatnietit bt mall.
bl O ),e o a
rem d i4J u
"M!DMEN flitfiiff ou,
Come 0 th, who
ha a the beautiful
y h we t -
n det try?"
b~'i 1 XO see 6066.
N A Runn. 41 hae a spvere
bruise on my, arm, doctor, and would
like to have you give me something to
heal it, said Sam simpson, who always
has got somethi $h atter with him.
All r hurried
7 4 this,
heal u ceto ap
ply the of 42
Dryal ioist and
dark b'thj ewer.
For au irritation
of the id ttaora.
This is her , She not
q1t 19 yet
'i ill you introduce me?"
Certainly. .Rosa,my dear
Major Gu ns. 'Major, my daugh
Rosa--"Good evening. And so you
werl in the war?"
,.M or-"Yes, I enlisted immediate
iLf er te battle of Bull Rln and
served till the close."
Rosa-"My poor. dear father was
killed in 'that battle.
The major is now buried In deep
"MY son," said a Boston man the
other- morningr, as the milkmAns boy
etitered just at breakfast time with the
daily supply of milk; "my son, I have
noticed a singular appearance about
the milk recently. It appears to be
covered with a thick yellow substance
after it has stood for some time. Can
youexplain this phenomenon?" "'Tain't
no fenomenom-it's cream, sir," said
the boy, "that's all the best of the
AN exchange announces: "Next
week we shall publish a long, original
poem by our townsman, Mr. B--. en
titled 'The Age's Progress.'" Yery
few editors are so considerate with
fbelr readers. Now if they buy or read
that number of tihe paper it will be
their own fault. They have had timely
"I flEALLY don't know what to
think," remarked Miss Vassergreen.
" When we visited the circus I supposed
that Chiarley would be able to converse
quite fluently with the aborigines, be
cause he spends almost every evening
practising with Indian clubs. But he
could not talk with them at all. Wasn't
it runny? Hlowever, perhaps they all
belong to a different club from those
Charley is acquainted with."
Tnts may obliterate the hovels and
make them mansions; it may also make
Christians. sinners, and lpoor men mil
lionaires- but it can znever take away
the man 1ythe grocery stove who has
just been reminded of an adventure
he had during the war, and which he
would like to relate to the orowd.
"PA," said a little boy looking up
from a newspaper, "what is meant by
'a slow track?'
"A slow track,' my son," replie d
the old man, who is Something of a
sportsman, "is a track on which the.
horse fails to beat the record."
'Your paper for the past week has
been better than uisual," remarked a
subscriber to an editor. "What is the
ciause?" "You must be mistaken,"
the editor replied; "I have been ill for'
the past few days and-" "Ah, that
explains it. I knew that something
was the matter."
TniE country girl gets even with heop
city cousins when she Writes: "Pa has
got the house full of paying boarders,
you know, else we should like to have
on all here spending the summer."
There will be no invitation for that
A~udrey to come to Mardi-Gtas.
A. IAM0TUA Prussian general was in
Ipeotmng soemilitary stables. "What
lo I- see tl ro".M 9 said in tones of
Lhunder' to a flergeant-"bobwebs?"
'-es, sir," was the- respectful rep.
"we keep them there to datoli the le
Imd prevetitj them' from, teasing the
G UEST-"Bring me 'some smjlt.'.
Waiter - "W~e have no smelt, but
we havve codflsh."
Guest-"I want spielt."
Walter-"WVell, icr, the .codfish* will
e smelt as soon as it's b:ought in."
TilE man whoi Is anxious to get his
hiane ini the newspapers can easily do
o b~y not paying his taxes, and wait
TiirE dilnner of' spa're-rib which is
etishe'd by some good people is iinde
till mora appetizlng If a nice titiUdg
s made as for a turkey or duck, Break
he ournes of the "rib" so thbat ypon can
old it over, i s the stumling between,
mnd qatcoh the meat together with stout
bread. Baste often, and, serve withi
Fisit, almost mora wan -anything
Ile, is Improved by slow dookhig, es
ocially is this true whien the. lsh is
QoJied. f cooked rapiy it will fihI
1,pfhr,aX will nei'ther taste nor look so
veol. T4l grea( point insistedupnn by
cienitific cooks o the present day a
his of taking 'abundant titne to pre
>a'e food IC, and the fact that -nothing
s gained by raipid ,boiling. 7
All acts, however sinall are sanct*
led and ennobled by a singI6 referenice
0 theaglaryt God.
"LAst spring my whole family t06k Vi w
saparila. The result is that all have b a e ee
of sorofuld, my little boy being eutlr
ores, and all four of my childre ttiof
healthy as possibly can be. ' Ihavefou
Barsaparill also good for aa rr, I
P19 e9Mic gool a4 -HOOd's 8a r a.'ss .
"I bave used 1Rood's Sarsaparilla in my 'fatily
stndcobnsider it a sp~edid blood putintr,! J.V.
wuerau. North h street, B4.k n; Y,
us'ifleI the Blood
"My-wifithinks there is nothin like 1oo4j
Sarsaparilla, an I we are never withfaS it in tae
house," F. H. LatiMUR, Syracuse, WY. -
"When I bought Hood's Sarsaparkilt. I' madl '
good Investment of one dollar in mediline tfi tihe
orst time. It ha% drivou off rheumatism and. 1M.
proved my appe~tite so much that my boarding
mistress says must keep It 0loed up or she wil
lie obiiie' to raise my b~oard with eoert other
boar or that tarkei floods Hareparall t.11 Tq th
.UILL, 99 Tilary St., Broolyn, N. Y,
Sold by all druggists. $1; six fd . Prepare
by C. I. HOOD & CO., ApotlioeaiTed, L4*0I!It$V.
100 Doses One D91-0
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AR AN EXECTORtANT ITH AS NO EQUAL,
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JtieqPrco231eiits.5t)aJ~t4jU 1$1 poe- l
olt o Ire .t upfo' th;ar*o'm'd*
r for MustilO f fL) or i
NODSLSE shounld suri the LSCga-S tet pti
Price, 25c., 50c. and $1 per Botti
SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE DEALEiS.
OU are allowed afiw triai %thirty da oft
Of Dr. Dye's (jelebrated Volti lt with ti~
norng r pe relir y
an and fill kindred trou ILos Also 4o 1? Mi
Otbordlseasms Complcto restorntlon toHefitt V1
anrahood arale,,d No risk is liro.D
No Rope to Cul C3 korses idanas.
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o enbood b alt Sad ory
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stuef y .f TreatisesandI atial bottle rr to
"CH ICH ESTEn'S ENGISH .
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W * 4 .,' f Ih'.~tkaeaert le .me .
n a)tono olu, a etseann a m,!m -
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wanan s WACto oN Eors
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-i J~t wt5ieHjpr.
Are the month tip Which 3opurlft your blood, and
for this purpose there is no medidine equal to
Rood's Saraairllea. It utils, vtlises, and on.
riches thieblood, removing alitr~ce df weofula or
ol e4%ea l~oreatean~ppgt and Imparts
nP Ptteng and vio o ah is boy is is
.the ideal g.mepine. Try
"When I began Eta Hood's Ir irajt I was
diy in-th mrAhi, 1d a hleadahe, and no
ap no: bu I n a a hardly getenp h cooked
t a'B~UA sarWAzo, Worcester, ass.
* Hood's barsaparilla
"I tai4 Nood's Sarsapariala for a spring medi
cine, and I and it just the thitig.- It tones
up my system and makes me feel like a different
Man. My wife takes it for dyspepsia, and she
Uerives preat benet from it. - n6 says it is the
best pedtoine she ever took." FRANK U. Tun.
Et, Hook land Ludder No. 1. Boston. Mass.
"I have taken Hood's sasaparilla for dyspepsta,
whict I have had for the last nine or ten yearo,
suffering terribly. It has how entirely cured me.',
Jll. A. MuToN, Chicopee, MIqs.
H ood's S1
Sold by all druggists. $1; six for ft. PropaIed
by 0. 1 HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar..
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A OMMERbIAL traveler bound west
climbed Into his berth after leaving
Pougbkeele and fell asleep. When
he awakened some hours later the
train was dtanding at a station, a drizz
ling rain falling, and the following
contversation taking place just outside
First speaker: "It's a blanlkety---l
Qld-4' eie "Yes, blanic, the
-" ----------- weather."
First speaker: "Did you expect any
body on the blankety --!----'
Second speaker: "Yes, but he didn't
come,blank the blanlrety- --!--I
- luck I
The commercial traveler turned lux.
urlously in his berth, drew a sigh of in
finite content, and murmured as lie
dozed off into the dreamldnd:
"We've got as far as Troy."
WO ladies who bad had a little tiff,
an one of them remarked as she de
"Well, as I told my husband - tbl3
morning, I shouldn't care to be in
"I imagine not," the other one re
sponded. "You would find them pain
fully close fitting."
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PHILADELPHIA, PA., January 13, 1888,
Pgstor's study, Messiah M. E. Church.
Mfv DEa IR-! feel that I ought to make
kflown my experience with Prof. Wmn. C. Wit
smn's "ACTINA" DATT1EIIY, not only in jus
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resulting at times in complete incompotency
for work: this, together with a throat trouble
causing hoarseness, rendered speaking not
only laborious and palnfui to myseif, but uin
plci nt to my congregation. I have used four
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itr voice is fully restored, And since using
your instrument and wearing your garments I
have not experienced any distress whatover
irq my head. Have worked 16 to 18 hours out
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has sufrored from a catarrhal troutble sInco
an attackc of segrlet fever, is usIng your instru
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