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-ny life's .tragedy I'm always liv
ing ui a warm climate and have
no chance to wear furs."
EATiLESS MEAT AND MORE
4 GREEN STUFF . "
? ,ByW. C. Cotton, M. D.
In the spring the thoughts of
many people turn to "bf(od pur
ifiers" as naturally as the ybung
man's fancy turns' to thoughts of
love. So they go. out and buy a
lot of patent poison made of bad
whiskey and bitter herbs and take
several dollars worth.
The net result is generally a
1 hole in the patient's bank roll. It
never has any effect on the blood,
the influence of medicine on the
stomach and bowels, an "influence
that is generally bad.
For there is on such thing as
"impure" blood, in the sense im
plied by the use of "blood puri
fiers." The arterial blood takes
good care of itself and if any im
purities get into it they are kicked
out in a few minutes at the out
side. So-called "blood diseases" and
"blood poisons" are really due to
the working of bacilli on the tis
sues of the body and these germs
spread through the tissues and
not through the circulatory sys
tem. Even pimples and boils are
due to infections of the skin.
The only "spring medicine" the
average person needs is a change
of diet to corfform to the gradual
rise in the temperature. Eat less
meats and fats and more green
Scissors, corkscrews and tooth
picks havje, before now, been com
bined in pocketknives, but Popu
lar Mechanics shows this picture
of a pocketknife, the handles of
which fprm a carpenter's six-inch
"Late in life he raised a large
-o O ST
Great new Ashokan reservoir
to supply New York with water
will hold 130,000;000,000 gallons.