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OLD EARTH REPLIES. hen
SNE alght just before the Spring
called her children to come forth ak
Ia all their splendor of color and all
beauty. a little Bower poked out Its "y
heead and asked: "Whera does the chil
mow go that covered the Earth all
"Oh. what a useless question !" said
another flower; "who cares where the i
now goes as long as It goes and we
can come out and find the sun -lce ne
and warm? elt"
"I think it must go just as the rain
does," said another ower who was der
ready to cons out in the moinl sn. ask
"But wher Is that? asked the amt p
Sower;"tt Is what I want to hano a
and no me cam tll me."ol
Sde not se It," sald a big reok.
Slet ft alide right of o me. rd Bov
fran. be Me a we tht -r ad
a m .!h=,.le t h.ea ,,w. e"
q%. iI I ae tll to yo if wel
lt ead w Itavs ahoed net
ea..l a - ee: wa di a w •at
p al we se 8ir ar , I ammet
tell P's "
- iM; l -r e ha mast nt."
t, !M rsea seque aga we M a si*ss*
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'·oy is !sm~n-.
.1%` r r Zi wF + _ " . wit c t.,~
J, hear. Where do the snow and rain
go? Will no one tell me?"'
ing "Why not ask me where they go?"
__ said Mother Earth, who had listened
md all this time to what had been said,
its "you seem to have forgotten me, my
an "But, Mother Earth, I thought you
were so old-fashioned that you would
aid not know," said the first little flower.
the 'This is a new question. I have
we never asked it befote, and I have
ae never heard anyone else ask it,
ala "My child, there is nothing new un
s der the sun to me, and if you had
r asked me frst you would have been
t spared all this bother. Even if I
s am old I can answer all questions,
old or new, that my children ask."
. "Well, tell us then," said the little
I'd ower. "Whe does the snow go when
we come back In the spring?"
"I drink It, my dear, of lcourse" r
plied Mother Earth; "bow do you
suppose you all would grow it I did
"Your roots are nourished, It is
true, but arst your Mother Earth
Sdrinks and then she gives to her chil
dren the neourish t they should
"How would the Iamfnt seeds know
what is god r them if I were net
ohen to feed themt"
"Do you knew everythtiag, Mother .
I aeh? asked the lttle spri sw-~ I
"IA you need to know, my dears.
eplie Mother Earth. "New go to
aIde or yo w, .,ot be able to
jt teu) th
The Right Thing
at h Right Time
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Aoevme m t- there Is one who fs
.knew as the IwridIU aweuetmart.
she I M ary-Mary PCkferd.Pale.
ta .w. -aMd -e I n*Wo to presaUal.
ly every men, wman and ohild In
this siry ad in all others.
dust > i er a ot ft a dap eoach
,summflvmty etliilssd sy sa das
u ss. Tom wem. '~ ths Mrle, eomhr. We
Iihs my mwr e the puinmm was adbu
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to ýii --rsls s ire tilt you
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Why Castoria? i
E ago ~Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrpe. were fe
in common use for Infants and Children; Castor Oil so muaneting
almost impossible and the others all containing Opium in one form or
but so disguised as to make them pleasant to the taste yet really to
child and give the appearance of relief from pain.
It required years of research to find a purely vegetable corn
would take the place of these disagr le, unpleasant and vicious
fom habit had become almost universal This was the inception o, and
for, the introduction of Fletoher's Castoria, and for over 30 years it has
worth, received the praise of Physicians everywhere and become a
A remedy SPECBIALLY prepared for Infants and Children and a
would think of giving to her baby a remedy that sha would uae.
without consulting a physician.
Children Cry .
Hue You Tie'eebMd Tk
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tue i n sm s e Qs aki --s s1
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bel Esthat kwsagi a age Yt
it ahm ld tei far l,. Nee
g., wal h. RA s I h l em de a.
ab thW es of let semd nomt to
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