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' The Dalecarlinn village of OrBa teems to offer advantages as a place of residence to persons of small incomes. The municipality owns extensive forest lands, and by the'judicious sale of some of them the village foas a revenue of about $755,000 a year. The inhabitants pay no taxes of any kind. A first rate education is provided for their children without the cost of a penny, and each village in the district has its telephone, which is open free to the public use. Will Vaccinate Lobster*. ' 'An enterprising pisciculturist has invented a lymph with which he proposes to vaccinate young lobsters to protect them against a growth which Is fatal to little crustaceans. The vaccinated lobster will have a peculiar Bear at the base of its tail to distinP guish aim from his unvaccinated brethren.?London Leader. Sample of His Work. Obliging Barber (having shaved oft one side of man's mustache)?"There, sir. If you like the effect, I'll shave the other side also."?Chicago News. In Southern France successful efforts have been made to arrest forest fires by growing the juicy cactus plants in open spaces separating the sections of the forests. The young man of promise isn't halt so worthy of consideration as the young man who pays. O-I-C When a preparation has an advert Isedrepv utation that is world-wide, it means that preparation is meritorious. If you go into a store to buy an article that has achieved 1 1 1?L?A r-.ennp(ito Panflv uuiversui JIUJ/UUIIUJ H<vn vuov/uiv?? Cathartic for exam pie, you feel it has the endorsement of the world. The judgment of the people is infallible because it is impersonal. The retailer tv*ho wants to sell you "something else" iu place of tbe article you ask for has an ax to grind. Don't it stand to reason? He's trying to sell something that is not/what he represents It' to be. Why? Becausphe expects to derive an extra pro.1t ow?.of your credulity. Are you easy? Dou't you see through his little game? The m.in,who will try and sell you a substitute for Oascprets is a fraud. Beware of him! He is trying to steal the honestly earned benefits of a reputation which another business man has paid for, and if his conscience will allow Mm to go bo far, he will go farther. 2f$e cheats ' his customer in one way, he irili In another and it is uot safe to do business with bim. Beware of the Cascaret substitutorl Remember Cascarets are never told In' bulk but in metal boxes with the longtailed "C" on every box and eaah tablet rtamped C. C. C. .JB & locf roor 95 (W| .Tannnf>ai> landed fax the Hawaiian Islands. Ladle* Can Wear Staoeir One else smaller after using Allen's Foot* Ease, a powder for the feet. It makes tight or new shoe? easy. Cores swollen, hot, ' iweatlng, aching feet, ingrowing nails, eornaand bunions. At all druggists and a hoe''' itores, 2$e. Trial package' FREE by mall, fcddreaa Allen S. Olmsted, Le Boy, N. Y. ^In Switzerland'a telephone can be fitted to private houses for $5 a year. (Flint Shall We Have For BenertY This question arises in the family dally. Let as answer it to-day. Try Jell-O, a delicious and bealtbful dessert. Prepared fa 2 mln.No boiling! no baking 1 Simply add a little hot wat?r<kset to cool. Flavors: Lemon,Orange, Raspberry and Strawberry. At grocers. 10c. The level of the Salt Lr.ke in Utah is reported to be steadily falling. Have you over experienced the joyful lensatioii of a gool appotlte? You will if you chew A-lar-is' Pepsin Tutti Frutti. ' The man who turns from evil companions docs himself a good turn. FITS permanently cured. No fitsornervoufc ness aitt-r first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Dr. R. H. KUNh. Ltd.,8}i Arch St., Phila., Pa The most effectual way to get rid of some fellows is to leud t!ie;u money. There is one ingredient in Frey's Verml? fuge that does not grow outside the Stat? o 1 Maryland. More than one-third of all manufactured goods are $n France made by women. T? Car* a Cold In On* T>?y. ta*? lixitite bromo (irinisa tabl*tt ad' drupfjUts refund ihf in u<-y 11 it falls to cur*. K. W. GiiOVE's slcaoturo is on e&cli box. 26c Germany had 11.010 suicides in 1897, a rate of twenty-one to 11)0,00-3 inhabitants. Mrs. Wluslow's.Soothing fsyrupforchllilitD teething, softens the itami, reilucesiul'.amniM* lion, allays pain, cures wind colic.~5c.a!>ottieKhaki ^ the latest English shade in fashionable stationery. Rev. H. P. Carson, Scotland, I)ak., snyM "Two bottles of Hall's (.'/Vtftrrh ('ure complete ly cured my little girl." Sold by Druggists, 75c. Cotton and supar at present constitute the bulk of tke export pro'duct of E^ypt. I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption yaved my life three years ago.?.lifts. iiios. Kou. . bins. Maple St., Norwich. N. Y., Feb. IT, 190J. The first printing press in America was ?et up at Harvard College in 1639. Lydla mBailV Pinkhssm's Vegetable) Qnmpounsb cures the ills peculiar to w&men. It tones up their ? C - genurm nemtn, eases* I s/own overwrought nerves,* cures these awful backaches and regulates menstruation. It does this because It acts directly on the female organism and makes It healthy> relieving and curing all Inflammation and displacements. Nothing else is Just as I good and many things that may be suggested are dangerous. This great medicine has a constant record of cure. Thousands of women testify to ft* Read their letters constantly appearing in this paper. Hasasf I Thompson's EyeWatti I THE REALM New York City.?No woman's war-1 diobe is complete without a morning eowu that is comfortable at the same time ttiat it is wen nuiog ami aiuaw woman's wbappbk. ivo. The excellent May'Manton model shown here Is tasteful and smart, yet Is loose enough for ease. For immediate wear it can be made from washable material without the litted front lining, if preferred; for later, cool weather use it wiU^be found admirable in cuBhnljtees, cfrsQUe,. veifinp and nil light weJnrt goaMtipd with the lining, which meaMKddition;il smartness. Tfie 8lngjjgP|iLt can be stitched as indicated, scdMp&g a permanently snug at, or csjgWe laced to allow of such change ^Jjgoeeo rues necessary in As iUus^tijflBfce material is a cotton foulard'"^a^e over tho lining and trimnied^jfcty^? nfeedlework. The s!eey^B^p'<|R at elbow length and ! ITlp^luded in shoulder and under arm seams, its long terminating ends being tied in a bow. At the thrift is a soft-draped collar of harmonizing. ,silk. To make as illustrated for a woman of medium size six nml three-fourths .jltds of material forty-four inches w^Ie, or eight and one-half yards thirty-two inches wide will be required. Tlie Aw-Popular Shirt Waist. Whatever changes autumn may have In stort, Ilfl(JPc?rtain that simple odd waists -Will be generally worn. The AN ACTCMN SHIM WAIBT. I . smart May Manton design illustrated j on the rijjht of tlie large cut is suited alike to the thin goods of immediate j wear and to the silks,* challies and crepe do chines which will come later. Made with eibow sleeves and the plas: tron and rovers of lace, it becomes dressy enough for dinner; with long | sleeves and plainer tintali it is not too elaborate lor general morning utility. As shown, the matrial is Liberty fouli ard in lea rose pink, with plastron ' and rovers of striped Valenciennes. The fronts and back are attached to the liuing after which the waist is seamed at the shoulders and underarms. The plastron is attached to the right side and hooked over at the left. The rovers are faced and edged with narrow lace. The sleeves, which are cut in one piece, made in elbow length, are finished with rollover cuffs of the lace. At llie throat is a soft stock of ninin nink silk, and below the revers falls a four-in-haml scarf of lace. To make in t he medium size, as illustrated, three and one-eighth yards of material twenty-one inches wide, or two and one-quarter yards thirtytwo inches wide, with five-eighths of a yard of lace eighteen inches wide. I two yards of edgiug and one and onej half yards of lining, will be required. The other shirt waist design illusI trated is certain to appeal to all lovers of pretty clothes. As shown it is of white madras, with bands of embroider}-, and is unlined, but it can be relied upon to mean equal success iif all washable stuffs and in silks, cashmeres and eliallis for cool weather wear. The lining is in two pieces only, adjusted by under-arm seams and sin| gle bust darts, and tits to perfection. The sleeves are in shirt, style, with ' stiff cuffs. The neck is finished with a stock over the fitted band, with which is worn a plisst? bow. but ribbon or a linen collar can be substituted. To cut th's waist for a woman ol medium size two and a half yards oi material thirty-two inches wide, oi i three and a quarter yards twenty-one I inches wide, will be required. To trim i as illustrated will require four and si J half yards of insertion one and a quar ! ter inches wide. s rr?*tty Slio^fcler SciuTa. Many little shoulder scarfs are be Jug worn this jear. They are pretty little things, ufii much wider than <1 j sash, as they rre seen when not ic use, thougiypf course, wot us lone ?V ^vtiv4*v^>vOvOv$>vUvOvOvOv$5v$iv$ OF . FASHION. I They come in delicate shades and In all sorts of pretty soft materials, and make a pleasing addition to the costume. They are useful, too, for even so a light a protection over bare shoulders or an uulined frock when warn from exercising, is all that is needed to prevent a cold. They are much more sensible and are better in many ways than larger wraps. Renovating > Black 811k Waiit. The easiest and most satisfactory way to renovate the waist of black or dark silk ip to cut away the entire upper portion and add a guimpe of new fabric-satin matelasse, foulard, tucked silk, jet over taffeta, shirred mousseline do soie, polka-dotted surah, etc., cutting the sleeves off to the elbow, and adding new black sleeve ruffles, and an inside frill or cuff-lining of?material matching the yoke and collar. The belt should be of fabric like the bodice, if one wishes to add to. not take from, the "length of the waist. 2'n Gun Metal Paillette*. ..Gtm metal sleeve-links, scarf pins, clmtelaines and' dog collars have been wdfrn for some time, now comes pailletters.sun-burstsand small beads made of this metal. They are not sparkling, and in fact, rather dull looking like oxidized silver. But gun metal passementerie makes one more novelty in the realm olj dress, and is, therefore, welcome as a shower in sultry weather. The gun metal paillettes are not effective on black or white. Their use should be confined exclusively to gray or mauve. Nnrrow Girdles. How narrow the girdles have bef>ninr> n mere line of black velvet about the waist, to all appearances. Black velvet belting is a useful article for the purpose; the under side is already stiffened with some webbing that resembles closely woven Hercules braid. You can set the belting in two widths, one a trifle narrower than the other. The assortment of gilded or silver clasps and buckles is generally at hand to make a selection while you purchase the belting. Fale CherTT Pink For Silk Dtijjjeif A pink used frequently upon gray siUt dresses Is vivid in spite of its being an undertone. If you can imagine a pale cherry-pink, you have it exactly. It looks like cherry juice weakened with water. Velvet ribbon of this shade outlines a design around the chemisette and paneling of a, gray ottoman silk for afternoon wear. A line imm,SHIRT WAIST WITH ELBOW SLEEVES, of it follows the foot of the bodice and it is used as piping to the gored breadths of the skirt. Jfopulnr Garment For Autumn. The Eton jacket gives every indication of continued and increased popularity. It will be the most general outside garment for autumn, as it was for spring. The jaunty May Mail ton model illustrated is simple of construction, and has the merit of becoming open or closed at .1 touch. As shown, it is of mixed gray cheviot, and makes I part of a general utility gown, nut uie design is equally well suited to black niid tan cloth that can be worn with any skirt, and to pique, duel: and the like. The fronts are titled with single darts. The back is seamless, the snug effect being gained by uiuler-arm gores. The collar and rovers are selffaced, finished with rover tailor stitching. The sleeves are two seamed, and fit snugly, with just enough fulness at the shoulders to preveu: overtightuess. 4They are stitched to simulate cuffs at tin; wrists. The closing is accomplished with a siugle button and buttonhole. When wotn open the fronts are thrown back, as shown in the sketch. The model is lined throughout with white satin, and can be worn with the daintiest white waist without danger of soiling it, but any color preferred can be substituted. To make as illustrated, for a girl Missrs" tton jacket. i fourteen years old, two yards of material thhty-two inches wide, or one and a quarter yards fifty ir.c'.iss wide, will be reqaircd. i M5SAEE Pll PEIfl, British Minister Reported That Attacks on Legation Had Ceased. BUT A CORDON WAS MAINTAINED The Brave Defenae of the Foreigners 1b Pekin Agalnat Klfle and Artillery Fir? _Tha Handful of American and British Guards Kill 1000 Chinese Who Wert Led Into a Trap?The Nem Confirmed London (By Cable).?The Admiralty has made public the following dispatch from Rear-Admiral Bruce at Tien-Tsin: "Following message from Pekin: " 'British Legation, Pekin, June 20 to July 10 repeatedly attacked by Chinese troops on all sides. Both rifle and artillery fire. Since\ July 16 an armistice, but a cordon Is strictly drawn on both sides of the position. Chinese barricades close to ours. "'All women and children in the British Legation. Casualties to date sixty-two killed, including ^ Captain Strouts. A number of wounded In hospital, including Captain Halllday. Rest of Legation all well except David Oliphant and Warren, kilted July 21.? MACDONALD.' " ' - ? ^ w. W. B0CKHILL. (Commissioner of the United States in China.) . Sir Claude Macdpnald's dispatch, received in cipher, is accepted on nil sides afi dispelling any doubts regarding thfc. genuineness of the dispatches. Owing to an #vror transmission the message fails to show the number of wounded. David Oliphant an<fr Warren were two student-interpreters. General Chaffee Reaches Takn. Washington, D. C. (Special). ? The War Department has received a cablegrain from Major-General Chaffee, the commander of the American forces in China, stating that he had arrived at Taku. W. W. Rockhill, special commissioner of the United States in China, who will make a close study of the situation and report to tho Government, has sailed from San Francisco. A Thousand Chinese Killed. Shanghai (By Cable).?The advices from Pekin, under date of July 15, said that the legations were holding out. The Chinese attacked the legations on the night of July 10, but were led into a trap by the Americans and British and one thousand of them were killed. Among the Chinese killed was General Ma. These advices were brought from Pekin by a courier. Admiral AleziefT Confirms the News. "Brussels, Belgium (By Cable). ? A /liorxnfrtli Pncclnn As1mlv*n1 uiopauu 11VIU bug Alexieff, dated at Tien-Tsin, July 30, and communicated to the Foreign Office, states that the latest news confirms the report .that the foreign Ministers. a. Pekin are out of danger:, Situation In Mnncliurls Serious. St. Petersburg, Russia (By Cable).? The situation in Manchuria has become very serious. The Russia.* troops have been compelled to abandon Mukden, and many workmen on the railway may have been massacred. * PITTSBURG TUNNEL EXPLORED. It la 290 Feet Long and Ends In a Shaft Near the Priaon Bockplls. Pittsburg, Penn. (Special).?The tunnel that was dug into the Riverside Penitentiary was explored its full length to its outlet in the prison yard. The tunnel, following all Its windings, OQA f nnf 1a?/? f tt?a nnrl o liolf fnftf 10 ~xJ\J 1CCI IVUjj, ut v UUU u liuik AWV wide and two and a half feet high. It begins In the cellar of a house, passes underneath a forty-foot street and follows the wall under another street for 240 feet, and extends ten feet ubder the wall. It ends in a shaft and right underneath a solitary flag stone lying on the ground near the prison roek pile. By lifting the stone and lowering it again over his head a prisoner could have escaped. It is supposed that the intended beneficiary of the plot was informed of the location of the outlet, but was unable to profit by his knowledge. It has not yet been learned who the plotters intended to deliver from prison. Brlghntn Roberta's Salary Paid. The Treasury Department, at Washington, drew a warrant for $2000 io favor of Brigham H. Roberts, the amount allowed him in the Deficiency Act of June 0, 1900, as full satisfaction of salary, mileage and expenses s A 1... u?? \\\a nnv. jiu;uiivju uj iiiiu iu viam: ui wi tificate of election as .1 Representative from the State of Utah. Interniil Revenue Kecelptn. The receipts from nil sources of internal revenue for the fiscal year ended June oO, 11)00, aggregated $1203,310,107. Clilneie War Motoa. The Japanese troops in China now number 22,000 men. - The Chinese have thirty field batteries. with 180 Krupp and Armstrong guns. Six troops of the Ninth Cavalry, colored. in Arizona, have been ordered West on their way to China. The Chinese Minister to Russia has requested the Government to Inspect all his official telegraphic messages. I Washington Artillery, of New Or1 leans. La,, with a record of three wars, j has volunteered for Chinese service 1 i 1 'f !\ When Lightning Strikes a Tree. If lightning strikes a tree after a long period of heavy rain, when the whole surface of the tree is darjp, it generally does very little harm to the tree and often none at all. If, on the other hand, the tree is struck when its surface is dry it is more severely damaged, because then the electric spark will descend by a line of lower resistance along the damp wood under the bark. In this case the heat of the spark instantly produces steam to a very high prM3ure under the bark and It Is generally blown up. vhi.1, >h. mil. Mii> If a white man tents for a couple of days in the newest of new lands behold the house-fly is on hand. If he builds a house the cheeky sparrow is speedily to be seen quarreling with the poultry for their grain. A little longer, and the big brown rat appears as if by magic, and makes short work of the weaker and smaller native. Our common British mouse has also spread over America and Australia. Insects other than flies also follow man, especially those which can exist in egg or cocoon for a long time. The insect known as the black beetle, which is, however, neither black nor a beetle, makes a splendid colonist. In the West Indies his descendants grow fat and flourish. That little pest, the clothes moth," is now to be found almost everywhere where woolen clothes are carried. White ants, taken accidentally on board in cargo at Gold Coast African ports, have invaded France and done incalculable damage at Bordeaux.?Answers. ' Iblaes In the I*on<!on Zoo. No fewer than nine ibises?sin of the glossy varieties and three whitehave just been hatched in one of the principal aviaries at the Zoo. The nrst nameu are, peroups, uie must mtersting, deriving tlieir name from the beautiful metallic bronze and purple gloss which makes its appearance in the adult bird. One of its most famous breeding grounds in Europe is near to Belgrade, but it is also found in Poland, Turkey, the Grecian Archipelago, and more rarely in England. These two varieties were the most highly venerated by the Egyptians of old, who used to rear them in their temples, and embalm their bodies after death. There is also the scarlet ibis, found in the most tropical parts of America, and other species dwell in Indiap, Madagascar, the Cape of Good Hope and elsewhere.?London News. Je11?0, tbe New Dessert Pleases all tbe' family. Foar flavors:? Lemon, Orange, Raspberry and Strawberry. At your grocers. 10 eta. Even the most careful man puts hia loot in it when he takes a bath. J The Beat Prescription for Chills and Fever Is s bottle of Grove's Taotblhi Chili. Tonic. It la Bimply iron end qninlne in * Wsielesa form. No cure?no pay. Price 60c. The Emperor* of Germany receives J3,852,380 per annum. H, H. Oreen'f Sons, of Atlanta. Ga., are the jnly successful Dropsy Spe ial sts in the world. See their 1 beral offer in advertisement jn ailsther column of this paper. The President of France iB paid ?210,000 a year. Get tbe grain drill that win* in competition ? with nil others, the only one that sows fertil iter sarely all tne time, even when it's >n bid condition, lnmpy and fall of trash. Get the ; IMPROVED LOW DOWN PENNSYLVANIA ; : Force Feed Fertilizer Grain Drill; Made with Hoes or Discs Cannot eloj and will not bonch. Force feed In fact as * ! wall as Id name. Slnplut, nioit accurate and lighten J running. Drill sows all kinds of (rain, oorn and peas * Z with absolute repulnrl'.r. Our new corn planter attach J nent furnished If desired without extra ooit. , lliifineiii Boiler*, .Saw Mills and Thrr?h> ( lng Machinery a Specialty. Send for II luntrated catalog. Mailed free. i A. B. FARQUHAK CO., Ltd., York, l?n. 2 ADVERTISING- giS&ffig without them. You will find ? you will be well by taking? To any needy mortal suffering from bo* Sterling Remedy Compat Sulphur Will Put Out Firet. Grant me space In your paper to make more generally known a fact which has been known to me many years, and doubtless t6 others, that sulphur thrown into the fire of a stove, furnace or fireplace will instantly extinguish the fire in a chimney or flue. If a small bag or parcel of sulphur, say three or four ounces, were kept in a handy placed and used when needed, as directed above, It might moono corlnc nrnnorfv 51 nH UC l?c Uitftuw w*. v ? perhaps life.?Letter to New York Times. When Boston Became City. Boston became a city in 1822, with 50,000 inhabitants. The original area of 800 acres has been more than doubled in filling in the shoal parts of the harbor. Roxbury was annexed in 18C8, Dorchester in 1870, and Charlestown, West Roxbury and Brighton in 1872. L Don't, 9h keep forever taking han |H laxative mineral waters 111 tures. The way to cure HS ness, sick headache, dys III troubles is to take laxai ||| liver pill you can buj Kg Ayer''s Pills will" never kB a 1 ggs AliUSC JL U 1||! They are laxative pi ||| they act gently and pron ducing a natural, daily 25 cents a box. \V>3 * "For ten years I suffered terriblj && could retain all my food and had m Sgcj stomach. 1 then began taking Aye inl me> an^ I feel extremely gratefu gjgft prietor Washington House, Washi Happy!! 'remedyfor' * JOHNSON'S MALARIA,CHILLS&FEVER Grippe and Liver Diseases. KNOWN mxpwmum. uOCr The Book If you want the most comple kind ever published, send us 21 THE |: HOUSEHOLD ADVISER. treatmentof diseases, andconl very best prescriptions known written in plain language that oTrhesTomcek A VAST TREASI find rnVny OF SNF0RMA1 valuable re- EVERYBI c i p e s for recipes from the best profes keepers of experience aftd abil been tested; also hints on t iecipes, etc. ORDER A COPY TO-DAY. j""r The Information you will | obtain from it will be worth I H many timesthe small sum g paid for the book. Book Publishi """"""""""""""""Trl No matter how health, good hea |T joyment. Bowel ^ ^ ^ pains than all oth ^~"S \s you get a good If [ / through the blood 1 IO r ? . for people are docti 0 started with bad get better till the how it is?you suffer with a sligi mouth mornings, during the dayworse untill the loses its charms, a has been driven tc bowels with CAS( slightest irregular natural, easy mo1 RETS tone the t and ?itcr you ha wonder why it t ill your other disorders commence to E IDEAL LAXATIV SOY CATHARTIC "el troubles and too poor to buy CASCARETS *V? Chicago or New York, mentioning advertise /H Carpenters in Korea. fatfTridual missionaries and median* lcs have trained Korean carpenters in the use of American tools, but as rule they prefer their old-style planes, which they draw toward them in planing, and like best to use their own ^ saws, which necessitates the employment of two men sitting opposite eachi other on the ground and operating the saw on the stick or timber, which is held in Dlace bv the feet of th$ ooera? tors. In spite of these apparently clumsy methods the Korean carpenters do fair work ? Consul-General Allen. GIiMnjr the World Over. The American ginseng Is the ordI? nary article of commerce. The quality of the Korean,' however, is superior, and Its price often runs as high as $18 a pound. The Japanese, on the other hand, is not worth more than twenty-five cents a pound, while the Chinese fetches about $12. Don't A ;h cathartics, as salts, BS and unknown mix- gffi j constipation, bilious- jgg pepsia, and other liver BBS tive doses of the best &g| r, and that's Aver's. gH ur Liver. ||| lis, purely vegetable; ??? lptly on the liver, promovement. |||j All druggists. K^pl r with stomach trouble. I never any hard hemorrhages from the EtAxj r's Pills. They promptly cured BtjjjJ il to you."?John Good, Prongton, la., March II, 1900. DPf^P.QY NEW DISCOVERY; ,<r.. I\V/ r V? 1 qoick ralUf and <rar?i won* imm. Book of Ustimonisla and XO days' hM. 9w. W. U. lUU IIOHiti ?. ? lit cures whereauelsefaiis. _ iii y Best Cough Sjrup. Tastes Good. Ok H i*n In time. Sold by drugRltta. Pi c for You! I te and practical book of its B 5 cents in postage stamps H For a copy of this 200-page V Illustrated book. || It is so plainly written is as to be adapted to all |9 classes. gjj There is no one who can |J not find in it many things t| that will be of practical R| value to him. jg| It gives the cause, symp- Ed toms and bgst manner of I' :ains a large number of the H to the medical profession, la any one can understand. ?$ treating do- N IRE HOUSE rnestic ani- gj . . riON FOR SSf when| 3DY. | There are Q nousy nuiu pa jional cooks and house- |? lty, every one of which has D he care of infants, toilet- & liis book will be sent postpaid ra N25 CENTS^- I In Hostage Stamps. HI wo House, 1\ltw! $!?." | r pleasant your surroundings, 1th, is the foundation fc* entrouble causes more aches and er diseases together, &nd when dose of bilious bile coursing: life's a hell on earth. Millions aring for chronic ailments that bowels, and they will never bowels are right. You know neglect?get irregular?first it headache?bad taste iiv the and general "all gone" feeling keep on going from bad to suffering becomes awful, life y nd there is many a one that > suicidal relief. Educate your <1 < r\ 9a t A jAKEU* uoni neglect me ity. Sec that you Have one irjment each day* CASCAjowels?make them strong? ,ve used them once you will 5 that you have ever been get better at oner ?.?*<* scsn s we will scad a bos free. Address ment and paper. 421