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In fact, it excels all others in so many points it u STANDS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF For Western trade we transfer ottr Separators from Chicago, Minneapolis and Omaha. Address all letters t > Mellows Kalis, Vt. IVrite for descittive catalogues VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO., Bellows Falls. Vt. »90 C U Lenten Regulations for Coming Y ear. | 1 . All the faithful who have | completed their twenty-first year, are, unless legitimately dispensed, bound to observe the fast of Lent. 2 . All days of Lent Sundays ex cepted, are last days of of obliga tion, on which only one full meal is permitted. 3 . By dispensation flesh meat is j allowed at the principal meal on all i days of Lent except Wednesdays, Fridays, the Ember Saturday March ! 7, and Holy Saturday, April 11 . ! j 4. The use of fish with flesh J j meat is forbidden at the same meal ; j even on Sundays in Lent. 5. Custom sanctions the taking : of a cup of coffee, tea or thin choeo j late in the morning; and in the even ing a collation which should not exceed the fourtn part of an ordi nary meal. At this collation meat only is forbidden, the use of butter, cheese, milk and eggs being alio wed m virtue of a Special Induit of the Holy See. I he use of lard and drippings is permitted in the preparation of 6 . j 7 - When the principal meal can j not be taken at mid-day, it may be taken m the evening, and the col abstinence food. All persons under twenty-one years, or over sixty years of age, lation in the morning. 8 . those who are engaged in hard la bor, the sick and convalescent, and those who cannot fast without in jury to their health areevempt from from the obligation to fast or ab stain should consult their Confessor. I Those who are not bound to j fast may use flesh meat more than j once each day on which its ] permitted. I 10 . The time fer fulfilling the I precept of Easter Communion ex ! tends, in this Diocese, from the first Sunday in Lent to Trinity Sunday. The Rev. Rectors quested to have special Lenten De votion in their churches. 12 . In virtue of powers granted us by the Holy See, on March 15th 1895, for ten years, we permit work ingmen and their families the use of 9. n 18 I use II. are re flesh meat once a day, on all fast days and abstinence days through out the year, with the exception of all Fridays, Ash W ednesday, and Saturday of Holy Week and the Eve of Christmas. Those who avail themselves ot this dispensation are ; not allowed to eat fish and flesh at ! the same meal, and they horted to perform some other act I of mortification such as abstaining from all intoxicating beverages. Soldiers and sailors in the are ex all through the year except on Ash i ... , , T , , , ^ ! Wednesday, Friday and Saturday; in Holy Week, and on the vigils of j Assumption of the B. V. M. and Christmas. 13. service of the United States are ex - empted from this rule of abstinence 14. During the month ol March the prayer to St * Joseph shall be added to the prayer ordered by the Holy Bather, to be recited after Low Mass. The Rev. Rectors will read and explain the above Regulations and Dispensations to their respective Congregations. A. J. GLORIEUX, Bishop of Boise. The Deadly Parsnip* The meloneholv and heart break the ing affiction that darkened J home of our respected fellow towns ; mai , j death of his two children, from gome unknown cause, was followed a thorough investigation by Mr. Fisher to determine, is possible, what terrible agent of death had in vaded his household, says the Wei M. Fisher, in the sudden hp ■** ser Signal. The aid of chemistry, the only exact science, was envoked but the regult of the analysis has not yet transpired. Mr. Fisher in the time has carefully recalled mean as near as possible every article of food used on the family table at that time, and has become satisfied in his own mind that the children were poisoned by eating parsnips, and, as he also was taken suddenly all at t he same ttme his conjectures are worthy of the utmost consideration, and investigation proves the bility. of European origin, having become naturalized in the United States, and is considered a healthful and possi This familiar vegetable is delicate food of humanity and valu able for stock. But in itswild state it is dangerous poison, and it be surmised that this condition can I by some strange vegetable atavism, any time, and there may recur at is a very convincing reason for this con clusion in the present instance, the parsnips eaten were from a vol as unteer crop, and it is well known agrsculturists that when volunteer" parsnips even one season 4 4 grow they are liable to contain the poi sonous characteristics of the tive state, primi properlv cultivated crop it is an established fact that it is advisable to leave the Even in the the ground undisturbed during the winter subject to the action of the frost until all harmful properties are eliminated. dealing with this roots in So, i n common article ; of household diet, it is well to adopt ! the motto 4 I In case of doubt take 44 the safe side. 11 Meeting of the Beard of Health. On this 2nd day of February 1903 .To sepi Shepherd, chairman, T. A. Green halgh and W. W. Richards county missioners and Dr. W B. West county physician met as a board of health. i Jam esE. Hart County Auditor acting ! as clerk of board. It is hereby ordered that the for j mer quarantine rules and regulations until the ne<t meeting of the Attest James E. Hart, Clerk. com - J. R. Shepherd, Chairman.