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The Farmer andl, the (overnr-eat.
Th:.t great magazine The ('erntury,
published by Thc Century Co., of New
York City, is going to outdo its own un
rivaled record in its programme for the
coming year. Among its features is a
series of articles on what the Govern
ment is doing and ought to do for the
farmer, including "The Farmer's Dis
content," "Cooperation," the Work
ings of the Department of Agriculture,
etc. A novel of America and India by
Rudyard Kipling, written with a young
American author, is one of four novels
which it will print, and the greatest
A merican writers will furnish its short
atories. The famous Spaniard, Emilio
Castelar, will contribute a new Life of
(o:umbus, to be magnificently illustra
ted; there will be articles on the World's
Fair, by special arrangement with the
managers; the humorist "Bill Nye" is
to contribute a unique series, and dif
ferent phases of New York life will be
treated in splendid illustrated articles.
The first of these New York articles is
"The Bowery" in the November Cen
Three things to do-think, live and
Three things to govern-your temper,
tongue and conduct.
'I'hree things to cherish-virtue, wis.
doin and goodness.
l'hree things to love-courage, gentle
mess and affection.
'T'hree things to contend for-honor,
country and friends.
'rlThree things to hate-cruelty, arro
gance and ingratitude.
'Three things to teach-truth, industry
Three things to admire-intellect,
'dignity and gracefulness. - Dixie
Things Not to be Sorry For.
You will not be sorry for hearing be
For thinking before speaking;
For holding an angry tongue;
For stopping the ear of a tale-bearer;
For disbelieving most of the ill-re
For being kind to the distressed;
For being patient to everybody;
For doing good to all men;
For asking pardon for all wrong;
For speaking evil of no one;
For being courteous to all.--Dlzx
A Wire Runner.
It is said that one of the electric
lighting companies has adopted an in
genious scheme for carrying its wirce
through the underground conduit. A
small terrier has been so trained that
when a light cord is attached to him he
runs through the tube to the next out
let., and is, in fact, the most expert
"wire runner" in the country. After
each performance he is treated to some
favorite morsel, and thus he has come
to look on his work as a most enjoy
ale pastime.-Pittsburgh Dispatch.
Big, but bad
-the old-fashioned pill. Bad to
take, and bad to have taken. In
cfficient, too. It's only temporary
relief you can get from it.
Try something better. With Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the benefit
is lasting. They cleanse and regu
late the liver, stomach and bowels.
Taken in time, they prevent trouble.
In any case, they cure it.
And they cure it easily; they're
mild and gentle, but thorough and
effective. There's no disturbance
to the system, diet or occupation.
One tiny, sugar-coated Pellet for
a laxative--three for a cathartic.
Sick and Bilious Headache, Consti
pation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks,
and all derangements of the liver,
stomach and bowels are promptly
relieved and permanently cured.
They're purely vegetable, per
fectly harmless, the smallest, and
the easiest to take- but besides
that, they're the cheapest pill you
can buy, for they're guaranteed to
give satisfaction, or your money is
returned. You pay only for the
good you get. This is true only
of Dr. Pierce's medicines.
Of Roxbury, Mass., says
Kennedy's Medical Discovery
cures Horrid Old Sores, Deep
Seated Ulcers of 40 years
standing, Inward Tumors, and
every disease of the skin, ex
cept Thunder Humor, and
Cancer that has taken root.
Price, $1.50. Sold by every
Druggist in the U. S. and
1 INDIAN DEPREDATION
PENSION I PATENTS
LAND I HOMESTEAD I POSTAl
Thi " EXAMINER" Bureau of Cilaim
UNDUB THl DI]UCTlON 03
San Francisco Examiner.
If you have a claim of any description what'oever
against the United States Government. and
wish it speedily adJidliated, addre as
JOHN WEDDERBURN, Manager,
m I T seet. N. W. Washlantoa, D. C
garuN5manIm sW e 3atra .
S. Ti, s erQS i 81 ;
CATTLE IN BRAZIL.
The COws in ThaI Country Are Peculiar
A rough estimate puts the number of
cattle in Brazil at 20.000,000 head. The
old native ramc has ]orig horns and a
yellow brown color. They were intro
dluced from Spain and Portugal over
two hundred years ago and probably
have the same origin as the native cat
tie of Mexico, Texas and California.
They are large, muscular animals, bet
ter adapted for oxen and for beef than
for dairy purposes. Many of the cows
look like oxen. We have reproduced
the illustration, taken from. a photo
graph of a C'araqua cow at l'iracicaba,
a town 500 miles from Rio Janeiro. Her
height was 4 feet 8 inches; distance be
tween the tips of horns. 4 feet 7 inches;
weight, 000 pounds: age. 10 years. Con
sul General Andrews says he has seen
cows of thi C('araqua breed give 12
quarts of milk daily, but this is an un
A BRAZILIAN COW.
usually large yield. Most of the butter
used in Rio Janeiro, a city of 407,000
population, is the modern adulterated
article, imported in tin cans, which
shows the laws status of the dairy inter
est of Brazil. The city consumes an
average of 110,000 head of beef cattle
yearly, and most of them come from
two large provinces. They are driven
to market much as they were in this
country before the railroad period. The
meat retails at an average of about 11
cents per pound.
There are a number of mixed breeds
of cattle in the different provinces,
among them the Musticos, Qu.abanos,
Turino, and in the principal cities and
towns some Jerseys, Shorthorns, etc.,
imported for family use. The great
mass of cattle have not been improved
since their first introduction two cen
turies ago. Turinos are black and
white, probably a cross with the Dutch
or Holland cattle, and are the best for
dairy purposes, yielding 1,200 pound:i
of milk per year. The annual average
production of milk of the common Bra
zilian cattle is 720 pounds per year a'id
the average value of product is: Meat,
820; milk, i;0; cheese, 1-25 per year.
It takes 12 pounds of milk to make one
of butter and five pounds to one of
cheese. -Ohio Farmer.
EXCELLENT HOG RACK.
Convenient and Enmily Put On or Taker
Off it Wagon.
C. A. Ilinkley sends to the Orange
Judd Farmer the description of a hog
rack herewith illustrated, which is con
venient and easily put on or taken off
A C'OD HOG RACK.
a wagon. Length hen the reach so that
the rear bolster will be under the ex
treme end of the wagon box. Lengthen
the box bottom by covering it with 10
feet hoards; put on the rack sides
which consist of panels as shown in
the lrawing' run a three-quarter inch
iron rod across through the lower rear
ends of the side panels for the extra
bottom to rest upon. This i-ack will
hold a dozen large hogs, yet one man
can put. it on or take it off unaided.
WamIsN turkeys are kept confined they
heed heauvy feeding.
YtLLoW dropping often means indi
gestion rather than cholera.
Yot.ot chickens will eat wheat very
readily when two weeks old.
'l'HmE best turkeys for breeding are
those that are two years old.
A (0on dust bath gives the fowls a
chance to clear themselves of lice.
Mo'Iurtme andl tobacco burned in the
poultry house will rid it of red lice.
('icoKEDm food fattens rapidly: one rea
son for this is that it is easily digested.
Jv the hens are expected to lay regu
larl- during the winter the quarters
must lie so warm that wiater will not
By planning to hatch the pullets in
February they can, if good care is
given, be depended upon to begin lay
ing in September.
LEAVES and chaff make a good litter
fo, floors. BLy scattering grain among
it the fowls will be afforded an oppor
tunity for scratching.
lI)tNis the winter if comfo-table
quarters are provided the laying hens
should have a good feed of wheat daily.
There is nothing better for eggs.
Trui-t'rTiNE and sulphur give n in the
fo(od when the weather is ldamp is one
of the cheapest and best preventives of
gapes. Keep the fowls dry after giv
ing sulphmir.-snt. Louis Republic.
Value of Green Manures.
In the Experiment Station Record
the results of experiments to determine
the fertilizing value of green manures
amre considered. The fertilizing value
of green crops is found to be propor
ptioned to the readiness ivith which
their nitrogen is changed to lnitric acid.
Dried blood and sulphate of ammonia,
two active hitrogenous fertilizers, and
a green growth of lupine. were used as
fertilizers, and the growths resulting
from this fertilization compar,'d. On
heavy soils the Inpines proved much
the best fertilizer, the reason for which
seems to be that they kept the soil
lighter and looser, allowing a freer cir
culation of air. On the light soils,
wher he air circulates more freely. i
the sulphate of ammonia proved mosti
effective, and the lupines next. Other
similar experiments, in whidi green
ilfalfa replaced the Inpines, gamge se
iults wlkIEI wE't very fravoh-ble to the
Marriage a la Mode.
'Tis mllnight past and still I sit
Beside the fire dreaming.
While on the bed my wedding gown
Reposes white and gleaming;
A satin splendor made by Worth.
And rich with silver beauty.
Papa's last tribute at the shrine
Of his parental duty.
For on the morrow at St. Mark's,
Amid a loud fanfaron
Of trumpets, clarions and shawm,
I marry Meinherr Baron,
Who owns a ruin on the Rhine
Is cousin to the Kaiser,
And deep In debt-for details sco
The Morning Advertiser.
He wears a ring upon his thumb,
His voice is loud and beery,
For herring soup and sauerkraut
Hiis appetite is eerie.
He's very fat, a little bald,
And crooked legged like Scarron,
So any one can see he is
A bona fide baron.
O Fate! I thank thee for this boonl
My spinsterhood is ended,
And not a girl of all in town
fIHas made a match so splendid.
For me alone it is reserved
To know what earthly bliss is,
For I shall be a baroness
And they but simple Mrs.l
The Ole Pine Box.
We didn't care, in the long ago.
For easy-chairs 'at were made for show
With velvet cushions in red and black.
An' springs 'at tilted a feller back
Afore he he knowed it-like them in town
Till his heels flew up and his head went downl
But the seat we loved in the times o' yore
Wuz the ole pine box by the grocery storel
Thar It sot in the rain an' shine,
Four feet long by the measurin' line;
Under the chiny berry tree
Jes' as cozy as sihe could be!
Fust headquarters for information
Best ole box in the whole creation;
Hacked and whittled an' 'rote with rymne,
An' so blamed sociable all the hene.
Thar we plotted an' thar we planned,
IlRad the news in the paper and
Talked o' pollyticks fur and wide,
Got mixed up as we argyfledt
An' the ole town fiddler sawed away
At "Ole Dan Tucker" an' "Nellie Gray I"
0, they's boxes still, but they ain't no more
Like the ole pine box at the grocery store.
It ain't thar now, as it wuz that day
Burnt, I reckon, or throwed away;
An' some o' the folks 'at the ole box knowed
Is fur along on the dusty road:
An' some's crost over the river wido
An' found a home on the other side.
Hlave they all forgot? Don't they sigh no more
For the ole pine box by the grocery store?
-Franl; L. Sta:nton. in Atlonta Constitut.ln.
A Gift to All Free.
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all who are bona fide sufferers from Chronic
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ness, Exhausted Vitality, Gravel, Rheuma
tism, Sciatica, Dyspepsia. Loss of Memory,
want of Brain Power. The discovery is
a new, cheap and sure cure, the simplest
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the Nile, Egypt. Send a self addressed en
velope at once, enclosing ten cents in
stamps, to defray expenses, to Secretary,
James Holland, 8, Bloomsbury Mansions,
Bloomsbury Square, London, England.
THE women writers are modern witches;
at least they indulge in ink-antations.
The Only One Ever Printed-Can You Find
the Word ?
There is a 3 inch display advertisement
in this paper, this week, which has no two
words alike except one word. The same is
true of each new one appearing each week
from the Dr. Harter Medicine Co. This
house places a "Crescent" on everything
they make and publish. Look for it, send
them the name of the word and they will
return you book, beautiful lithographs or
HORBE sense is a pretty good thing to
have at times. It teaches a fellow to say
Mohammed Ben All
Slew the Janizaries. Iostetter's Stomach
Bitters slays the dragon of disease. It
roots out malarial complaints, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, neuralgia and constipation,
remedies inactivity of the kidneys, rein
forces an enfeebled system. This medicine
of varied uses is sometimes imitated. Avoid
cheap, fiery, local Bitters and demand the
TsE trouble with the man after your own
heart, young woma , is that he isn't.-Bos
AN eye for an eye--'The glass variety.
A HEL-.PING hand-One with moneyav in it
IT's a wise lihen that knows her own set.
A FALl. opening-An uncovered co.dl holo
A LIVE electric wiie is ill dead earnest.
OARsMEN should be in row-bust health.
Tne family tree cannot be depended on
T're dyer can easily hue to the lino.
IT is not considcred an offense for a
switchlman to flag ait his wolrk.
Tine hotel waiter can always point out the
tip-pical guecst.-Boston Gazette.
THe cnrack shots of the country do not
lead an aimless life.-Pittsburgh Dispatch.
'rTh clock tells the time by its own dial
ect.-Dotroit Frece P'ress.
TnE whistling buoy is of much more value
than the whistling girl.
WuEN a giraffe gets asoro throat it must
expect a long sicltkness.-Yonkers Statos
THE zoologist linds a topic of absorbing
interest in the sponge.--Washington Star.
WtHEa a man has upartlnents in a hotel,
his favorite song should be "Home, Buite
PEOPLE who give themselves away are
often tldcri at thu price.
IT is natural for a Icitten to act de-mewer
ly.- Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegra.ph.
A MAN mnay think hlie's only skeptical
whe lie's ,reallyv foolish.---hlumbuis Pnr.
Taking butter from milk
was known in the earliest
times. It was left for our
time to make a milk of cod
Milk, the emulsion of but
ter, is an easier food than
butter. Scott's Emulsion of
cod-liver oil is an easier food
than cod-liver oil. It is rest
for digestion. It stimulates,
helps, restores, digestion;
and, at the same time, sup
plies the body a kind of
nourishment it can get in no
Scorr Bowa. Chemi, s3s South sth Avea,
Your druggit keops Scot's Eauluioa of .l4jl
4l-eR 1 ,lu. wwVwb~~, 4. a
Byrup of Flgs,
Produced from the laxative and nutritious
juice of California figs, combined with the
medicinal virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial to the human system, acts
gently, on the kidneys, liver and bowels,
effectually cleansing the system, dispelling
colds and headaches, and curing habitual
NURSES make the meanest kind of white
cap gentry, for they will even bold up
TnE complexion becomes clear, the skin
free from eruptive tendencies, the appetite
lend digestion improved, aches and pains
cease, the body grows stronger, sound sleep
at night a habit, and the general health
every way better when Dr. John Bull's Sar
saparilla is made use of.
WHEN lightning tries to be funny it is
very liable to make even the strongest oaks
split their sides.
How, cnver, to force children to take nasty
worm medicines. Dr. Bull's Worm De
stroyers are always sure and taste like
dainty little candies.
Only a few Announcements can be included in this advertisement, but they will enable the friends of THi COMPANION to judge somewhat of
the scope and character of the reading that will be given in its columns` during 189z-the sixty-fifth year of its issue. .
Nine Illustrated Serial Stories.
The Serial Stories for the coming year will be of rare interest and variety, as well as unusual in number.
Lois Mallet's Dangerous Gift. A New England Quaker Girl's first Contact with "World's People"; by Mrs. Mary Catherine Lee `
A Tale of the Tow-Path. The Hardships encountered by a Boy who found Life at home too Hard for him; by Homer Greene.
How Dickon Came by his Name. A charmingly written Story of the Age of Chivalry; by . Harold Frederic.
Two ,,Techs" Abroad. They set off on a Tour of the World in quest of Profitable Enterprises; .by . C. A. Stephens.
A Young Knight of Honor. The Story of a Boy who stood at his Post while Death was all around him. Miss Fanny M.' Johnson.
A Boy Lieutenant. A True Narrative; by F'ree S Bowley. Touaregs. A Story of the Sahara; by Lossing G. Brown.
Smoky Days. A Story of a Forest Fire; by E. W. Thomson. On the Lone Mountain Route; by Miss Will Allen Dromgoolb,
Hints on Self=-Education. Practical Advice.
Articles of great value to Young Men who desire to educate themselves. The Habit of Thrift; by Andrew Carnegie.
Hon. Andrew D. White, Ex-President of Cornell. How to Start a Small Store; by F. B. Thurbert
President Timothy Dwight, of Yale University. Girls and the Violin. A Valuable Paper; by Camilla Urso.
President E. H. Capen, of Tufts College. A Chat with Edison. How to Succeed as an Electrician; G. P. Lathrop.
President G. Stanley Hall, of Clark University. Boys in N. V. Offices; Evils of Small Loans; by Henry Clews... .`
President Francis L. Patton, of Princeton College. The Girl Who Thinks She Can Write. Three Articles of Advice by
Professor James Bryce, M. P., author of the "American Commonwealth." well-known Writers, Amelia E. Barr, Jeanette L. Gilder, Kate Field,
Five Special Features.
A Rare Young Man. Describing the life of a young inventor of extraordinary gifts; The Right liHon. W. E. Gladstone.
Episodes in My Life. A delightful paper telling how he came to build the Suez Canal; by The Count de Lesseps.
The Story of the Atlantic Cable. Mr. Field's narrative has the thrilling interest of a romance ; Cyrus W. Field.
Unseen Causes of Disease; Three admirable articles by the Eminent English Physician, Sir Morell Mackenzie.
Boys and Girls at the World's Fair. What Young Americans may do as Exhibitors; by Col. George R. Davis.
Glimpses of Royalty. Railway Life.
Housekeeping at Windsor Castle; by Lady Jeune. The Safest Part of a Train; by Col. H. O. Proat,:
How Queen Victoria Travels; by " H. W. Lucy. Success in Railway Life; by Supt. N. Y. Central, Theo. Voorhees.
The Story of Kensington Palace; by The Marquis of Lorne. Asleep at his Post; by former Supt. Mich. Southern, Charles Pal,
How I Met the Queen; by Nugent Robinson. Roundhouse Stories. Humorous and pathetic; by An Old Brakeman..i:
Short Stories and Adventures.
More than One Hundred capital Stories of Adventure, Pioneering, Hunting, Touring will be printed in this volume. Among them arec
The Flash-Light. Old Thad's Stratagem. His Day for the Flag.
My Queer Passenger. Very Singular Burglars. Capturing a Desperado.
Molly Barry's Manitou. The Tin Peddler's Baby. In the Burning Pinerles. " ~'
Shut Up in a Microbe Oven. Blown Across Lake Superior. The Boys and the Wild-Cat.
The Cruise of a Wagon-Camp. A Young Doctor's Queer Patients. On a Cattle Steamer in ta Stormu .
The Illustrations will be improved and increased in number. The Weekly Editorials on the leading Foreign and Domestic Topics
will be marked by impartiality and clearness. Household Articles vill be contributed by well-known writers. The Children's Page will
be more attractive than ever. The Illustrated Weekly Supplements, adding nearly one-half to the size of the paper, will be eontinued.
"A Yard Free to January, 1892. This Sli
To any NEW SUBSCRIBER who will cut out and send us this slip with name and address and
of Roses ' 81.75, we will send THE COMPANION TREE to January, 1892, and for a Full Year from that date. This
and all the IlIlstrated Weekly Supplements. New Subscribers will also receive a copy of a beautiful colored
picture, entitled "A YARD OF ROSES." Its production has cost TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. 39
Specimen Copies sent free Send Cheek, oYAN-Oiae Orde, 97
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W. L. DOUCLAS
S3 SHOE CENTOTMEN
TIE BEST SHOE IN THE WOBLD FOR THE MONEY?
GENTLEMEN and LADIES, save yourdol
lars by wearing W. L. Douglas Shoes. They
meet the wants of all classes, and are the most
economical foot-wear ever offered for the money.
Beware of dealers who offer other makes, as be
ing just as good, and be cure you have W. L.
Douglas Shoes, with name and price stamped on
bottom. W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass.
I"- TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.. 3
Insist on local advertised dealers supplying you
Before ite seams
"It COf o T
POUR some water in the sleeve hold~ig the
end tight as here shown or anywhere else
wherethere tsa seam, and see f ts watertight.
There are oods in the market that look very nice
but will leak at erer, seam. We warr
Tower's IMPROVED Paisb Brad
Slicker to be water tight at every seam and
ererywhere else; also not to peel or sieck, and
authorize our dealers to make good any Slicker
that falls in either polnt.
Watch Out for the Sft Woolkn Cooar
and Fih Brand Trade .Hrk.
ft. J. TOWeR, 1Jr., Bostso 1 "ase.
A ROBBER OR THIEF
Is better than the lying soale agent who tells youe
a gospel truth that the
Jones' $60. 5 Ton Wagon Scale
is not a tandardWoarle, ap a t0 S. moach
For fre book and prima tut, aQdlu
oin f Wof athto Ilntmtou. LIT
TRY The "A. B. C. Bohemian Bottled Beer"
made by the.American Brewing Co. of St.
Louis. Pure, golden, sparkling, nourishing.
EvrsY baby bear passes through a pe
riod of in-cub-ation.-lBinghamton Repub
An.r cases of weak or lame back, backache,
rheumatism, will find relief by wearing one
of Carter's Smart Weed and Belladonna
Backacho Plasters. Price2i cents. Try them.
A DOG out in Idaho turned into bone and
died. He died hard.-Yonkers Statesman.
Tnosn who wish to practice economy
should buy Carter's. Little Liver Pills.
Forty pills in a vial; only one pill a do e.
Mn. BIGGs-"Iputmy foot right down on
the whole business." Mr. Figgs-"You
V-toed it, elh~"
THE Public Awards the Palm to Hale's
Honey Of Horehound and Tar for coughs.
i'IKE's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
TiE young women of this country are in
favor of a better himmigration" law.-De
troit Free Press.
Never was there a time when there
were so many defalcaiiohs, breaches
of trust and forgeries as are being re
vealed every day. One may, well
stop and ask whether there are now
any honest men. The fast pace that
this American life leads us, the rush
and strain for wealth, the lowering of
the public tone and the recognition
that mere money wins, all of these
things have conspired to make men
reckless and to lead them to adopt the
maxim: "Any thing for success." It
is not worth striving for when one has
to pay such a price for it. Better by
far preserve one's health that is almost
certain to be lost in such an unequal
contest. When you feel, blue and
weary of the world take a dose of
REID'S GERMAN. COUGH AND
KIDNEY. CURE and stop all of these
morbid feelings at once. This great
remedy contain nrio poison and can be
obtained of any druggisf.
SYLVAN REMEDY CO., Peoria, Ill
II IIIPa RooL
Send at once for our Catalogue. 200 testl
mnials.C.N. Newcomb, Davenport, Iowa
'Thred min. nth treatmeint wit. fhlu dire tpiis by
mail forONE DOlLAL.Ir Sani Ianle akage o
medicine and rarti nlar, for 2-CE.IT RTAMP
JACKSON MANUFA~'CTURING CO., Columbus, O.
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-the flannels that are was
without Pearline; bsid
they're worn out by hard:
bing. Wash flannels .
Pearline, and they w"
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will last twice as lon
1jo will look like new wl
last. Every package
how it s done; do;Si~' sayi
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As one wash is sufficient to ruin flannels, grea'
which are being offered by unscruplousg
peddledl. 201 JAMES PYLE,
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Passages, Allays Pain ad nflammatioon. Resh
the Sores, Restores Taste and Smell, urand r
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50o. roggsat orbyran aLTE ROS..aBaBtnant.=.
By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
Thlch govern the operations of digestion and nnu
Irition.,and by a careful application of the fine
properties of well-selected Cocoa. Mn. Epps has
provided our breakfast tables with a delicntely
i~avourql beverage which may save us msny heav,
doctors lias. , is by the judicious use of such
articles of diet that a constitution may be gradual.
1y built up until strong enough to resist every ten
ency to disease. lHundredsof subtle maladies are
Uoating around us ready to attack wherever there
is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft
by keeping ourselves well ortiited with pure blood
and a. properly nourished trame."-" OiEtl &ttl'ie
Mlade dmply with boiling water or mllk. eold
only· I, halfand tins. by Grocers. labelled thus:
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