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be educated firmer of today U
plated almost beyond competition,
wbiie lawyers, the merhaiiic and the
doctor find talented commotion on
wry cor dot. The ecieutiflc bud'i
duration enabUa him to make the
m toftheoceo.lt lawi of nature gov
rt D( f arm life. Uy a know.edge of
o..onoic botany he u able to maks
the noat of bis toil au crop by a judi
cioia selection of plan... Wat adapts
to a farm, both as regards soil and
"What is August Flower for ?"
As easily answered a asked. It is
for Dyspepsia. It is a special rem
edy for the Stomae! and Liver.
Nothing more than tlis. We believe
August Flower care Dyspepsia.
We know it wilL We have reasons
for knowing it To-day it has an
honored place in every town and
.country store, possesses one of the
larTest manufacturing plants in the
country, and sells everywhere. The
reason is simple. It does one thing,
and does it right. It cures dyspepsia
Prings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who lire bet
ter than others and enjor life more, with
leia expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the'needs of physical being, will attest
the value to With of the pure liquid
laxatiTe principles embraced in the
remedy, 8yrtip of Figs
Iu excellence is due to its presenting
In the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties i ' n perfect lax
atiTe; effectually cleaning the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has riven satinfaction to millions and
Met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acU on the Kid
aeys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it Is perfectly free from
very objectionable sulwtance.
Bynip of Figs Is for sale by all drug
gists In 60c andfl bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig 8yrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
Mm - m ,.rm Uttira ft R
tnli the whole length of the
t.,le lm to the heel, pmux-tlne the shsnlt In
ditching. llKKt8 snii other work. Htquallty
ASK VOI'K DKAI.KK.
or tha bast sddltlon to raw's own library Is
WMSTM'S MTMMTIOHU 01CTI0RY
rinpliivwt, and over
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Akftsst Iht Tbsss
A Latrsry I HssM
Inraltulile In the
houwhold, snd to
tiinsl man, or Ml(
Sold by All BonktUtri.
47. C. Merrlmm Co.
Spring fitld. Mam.
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rmplilr reprfuu of luteal
rfHrnl tut tmt tipcu.
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Caamiapllvr anil (Miopia
who bur weak luftfior AUh
aia.iKf iW H I'leo'tCiir (or
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inmJT It has not iajar
II IS Mt eonrn tj'mp.
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Whan it is desired to use carbolic acid
a a disinfectant It should be mixed
with boiling water. This promptly
overcomes the usual antagonism be
tween the acid ana the water and con
vert them into a permanent aolutlon,
which will keep for weeka.
Xotbing ean be found more effectual
in removing brown spots from the akin
than lemon juice. The most obstinate
cases will generally fade awsy under
the lemon treatment, or a mixture of
vinegar acd wuter.
f'igeons ald STalceas.
Faleony may yet be restored, as it
seems, though not aa a sport, but aa
part of the terrible bus nesa, war. A
Kussian officer, Caut. SmilotT, has been
laming falcons to serve as dispatch
carriers. The falcon has several ad
vantages over thb carrier pigeon, saye
i he Westminister Gazette. Not only is
he a more warlike bird than the meek
cou in of the dove, but he is swifter in
(light and capable of great endurance,
t he greatest swiftness ever known to
be attained by the carrier pigeon is
fifteen German) miles an hour, but
this is the rate of t le ordinary nU'ht of
the falcon. D'Au' usson, In his work
on "Jbe Falconry of the Middle Ages,"
tells several anecdotes of the extraor
dinary powers of tie falcon and length
and swiftness of flight. For instance,
a falcon which was sent from the Ca
nary islanls to the duke of Lerma in'
pain made the return llight from Au
daiuaia to Teneriff in sixteen hours,
which was at the express speed of six
teen (German) miles to the hour. A
German mile is not far abort of five
English miles, so that the speed of this
falcon must have been at the rate of
about seventy-five miles an hour. A
further advantage of the falcon over
the pigeon Is the greater weight which
it can carry. It is well known that a
very alight burden is an oppression to
the poor pigeon, so that dispatches are
reduced in size to photographic copies,
in order to reduce tha weight for the
feeble little carrier. Capt. rimiloff says
he has found that a falcon can carry a
weight of four Kuuiau pounds, or 1,640
grams (thirty gr.tms go to our ounce),
without diminishing its power or swift
ness In flying. Besides, the carrier pig
eon may fall a prey to the falcon while
there is small danger of any other bird
taking the farrier falcon a prisoner.
Drfei Sea Hoondlnsrs,
An elevation of the sea bed one hun
dred fathoms would suflice to lay bare
t he greatest part of the North sea and
join Knglaud t Denmark, Holland,
Belgium and France. A deep channel
of water would run down the west
coast of Norway, and with tbia a ma
jority of the Herds would be connected.
great part of the bay of iiiacay
would disappear, but Spain and
Portugal are but little removed from
the At Ian .lc depression. The one hundred-fathom
line approachea very near
the west coast, and soundings of one
thousand fathoms can be made within
twenty miles of Cape St. Vincent, and
much greater depths have been sounded
at dsstaucea but little greater tban thla
from the western shores of the Iberian
DvKfrrwA, impaired digestion, weak
utoniach, and constipation will be in
stantly relieved by Keechatn's Pills. 25
A llornstone Mountain.
Mount Klneo, which rises precipit
ously seven hundred feet out of Moose
head lake, in Maine is wholly composed
of hornstones and is the largest mass
of thnt mineral in the known world.
There is no true flint in the United
States, but hornstone so closely resem
bles it that it takes an expert to tell the
difference. This rck supplied arrow
headi to Indians hundreds and thous
ands of miles away. The discovery of
these arrow heads In the Mississippi
valey has led to the belief that a sys
tem of commercial exchange must
have existed among the red men in
former centuries. According to an
Indian tradition the mountain is the
body of a monster moose that was slain
by s giant.
Ikhtkao or TttirMM with a Bad Ooj.d
use Dr. 1). Javne'sKxpe-torarit, wliico
will loosen the' phlegm, subdue iiiHatna
tinn, and certainly tave your Limits and
Throat much dangerous wear and teur.
Many of the new costums show the
pointed apron oversklrt.
OK MONEY KETl'RNED.
For over a quarter of a cantury, Dr. Pierce's
Oolden Medical Dtaeovery haa bean etTw ting
mret of Bronchial, Throat and Luiu affec
tions The makers have such coafldenee in
tbe "Dtaooveri.",for curing Asthma, bron
chitis, and incipient Consumption, that they
can afford to piaraata M.
Mrs. Isaac unrnkn, of Thutiow, Iklavmrt
Co., writes as follows :
if a. is. . i lanca, iiui
fslo. N. Y.: "iMarStr
1 wish to write jrou of
my brother, Harry 0.
Troup, who has been
sick for tan years with
asthma. He has been
treated br ten different
phrsldana, who have
said he oould not be
cured. He bad to alt
up at nUrht, be got so
short of breath; be suf
fered with fearful head
aches and had a bad
cough. AfU-r taking
Diwtor Pierce's Oolden
Medical Discovery and
l'lnnsaiit Pellets, ho did
H. C. Taooe.
not get short of breath, and can slwp ail nhjbt"
Ely's Cream Balm
COLD 111 HEAD
Apply ftalm Incooacli nut rll
WANTED tlioo s jo"ihVstliS2I
N. N. U. Ko 8"a.
TVBMf WftrrtMO TO . AOTBstTf ICMi
11 uImm ear raa sew the MtwrtltmatB
ta Ibfa awr.
W07.LO OF INDUSTRY."
What Baay Mas
have 3)1 unions.
Mit. Fitts is a
has 8,000 weav
ers. LoNbON has
9, 500 union
River mills are 1
Colorado miners are organizing.
Milwai'kee has 850 dressmakers.
New IIavkn has a bi-metallic
Moke Cohoes mills have shutdown.
Tueke are 20,078 union cigaruiak
era. France reporU 300 strikes this
Colorado Is deporting its unem
Nahville has a colored barbers'
Chickasaw Nation needs cotton
Waiters' Alliance No. 9 has 500 j
Early closing has poor prospects at
W(mm brin((s$4.25 to t'l per cord at
riohe, Nev. i
.Sachamknto has worklnernen's po
TiUmim take possession of Call-:
foinia trains. .
CioAiiMAKERs have 1501,000 in
A r J-eattle a Chinese flrm will erect
a four story block.
Bos'i o garment workers will smoke
union clears only.
Qukenhland has sixteen labor
members of the Assembly.
Paris has sixty lalor papers. New
York has that man .dead.
Nationalists want a Secretary of
Labor in the President's Cabinet
Union ville (Mass.) cotton mill
resumed at 20 per cent, cut In waxes
Albany unions are making an ac
tive campaign for the labor ticket.
SritiKiNo printers run a paper at
Richmond on the co-operative plan.
Ukv, D.i. N. S. Holmes of Colum
bus attacked labor unions on Sunday
Mill dividends at Fall River, for
the last quarter, show good average
Lyons buttonhole makers have
organized under the banner of the
K. of L.
Two Milwaukee men will buy
school books for an indefinite period
for poor children.
Half the country window glass
factories are getting ready for com
The Salvation Army at Frisco
furnUhcs sleeping Quarters aa well as
food to the Door. ,
Lowell carpet mills don't run on
Saturday, and the 'time for other days
has been reduced.
Representative workmen of Mon
treal, are discussing the relations of
the church to labor.
Cleveland, Ohio,, has increased
its Are force, but the cry for extra
pay went unheeded.
Oswkoo business men have started
a movement to secure the location of
factories in that town.
lUVriMORE will prosecute work
on se.wors throughout the wlrUer in
order to furnish work.
The McKce and Jeanrictte (Pa.)
window glass factories are about to
resume with 1,2,'jO men.
The Salvation Army at San Fran
cisco gave dinners to over l,:i.ro peo
ple on one day recently.
A Plainhelo (Ind.) womun bus
sued three druggists lor sell i in
toxicants to her husband.
Machinery in a Pittsburgh steel
works enables 2,000 men to do the
work formerly done by 5,000.
The Typographical I'nlon is mak
ing a strong light for the Govern
ment ownership of the telegraph.
Riots have been precipitated at
Los Angeles., in the work of exter
minating Chinese garden workers.
TiiK Central Labor Tnlon of Indi
anapolis has indorsed the general cut
In the salaries of municipal onicials.
Salmon fishing 'a prohibited In the
Slate of Washington between i p. m,
on Saturday and the same lioiir on
Grand Rapid." is oRered free city
telephones and the public the serv
ice at H a year, If a franchise shall
be granted a new company.
The Woodworkers' Union, Carpen
ters' and Joiners', Tailors' and Fed
eration of Trades at Chattanooga
have temporarily given up the ghost
The Mayor of Indianapolis Is act
ive in the movement to give work
to the unemployed. I ahor meetings
re held in the Criminal Court room.
A Troy manufacturer of ladies'
waists, wrappers, skirts, and corset
covers declares that he has to com
pete with convict labor in Dunne
mora f e or the Word "Ain't."
It would be an immense relief if
that dreadful Americanism "ain't"
could be gh en a rest tor all eternity.
You hear it so frequently. The few
exceptions among well-educated
people scarcely make an Impression
with an observer on the lookout for
the phrase, it is surprising bow
easily a fault In speech may be ac
quired by (he ear, but in this part of
tbe world, where our public schools
are believed to really educate, it is
quite common to bear grammatical
riora, aa In localities lesa Intellectu
ally favored. "I ain't, you ain't, ha
or she ain't.they ain't," is tl un
pleasant conjugation cf what verb?
''Ain't you going to tbe fair?" asks a
well-set-up young person, who would
bi highly offended If her social statu m
"Oh, I ain't hal half of tbe party!"
is another from young lips, and the
nice-looking car conductor scares tbe
life out of you by halloing: "Wait
till tbe car stops! We ain't got there
yet:" Purists will take no offense at
this alue of grammar if it saves
their necks, but if anyone would keep
watch over bis tongue aa well and
note the ain'ts that now afflict the
American language, that offensive
and mean ingiess contraction and ne
gation would be abol.shed, and even
tbe primarily-educated masses might
say what they mean. Kansas City
The Cunniujc Armadillo.
The armadillo, as eccentric in his
habits as in his appeearance, does
the duty of the domestic cat -among
the Oeid mice, which are terribly de
structive Voracious in his appetite,
he is sedentary by Inclination, but he
finds his game with very little troub e,
says the Edinburgh Ceview. Mice
are always more or less abundant,
though periodically, and almost punc
tually, their numbers decline, but in
certain years they positively swarm.
Then the dogs subsist on them: they
fatten the poultry and great flights
of fowls of the air are jierpetually on
the hover over their breeding grounds.
As for the armadillo, he goes to work
methodically, quartering the plain
like a well-bred eagle, and sniffing the
earth with preternatural acuteness.
When his noe Informs him that a
mousj Is near, he creeps up stealth
ily toward the spot, then, . slowly
drawing himself up and making his
spring, he traps the mouse, ora whole
family of mice, beneath his body,
i Put he does not confine himself to
: a mouse and insect diet, and in at
I tacking the snake he uses his impen
' etrable body armor as a weapon of
offense A friend of Mr. Iiud on
witnes-iod one of these encounters.
The armadillo rushed upon a snake,
which vainly sought to escape, and
! rocked himself to nnd on the body,
until the vi tim was cut up into sec
tions under the sharp edges of the
armadillo's bony covering. Should
animal food fail him, the armadillo
falls back upon egetables, so that
he need never take more than indis
; pensable exercise and can always
keep himself in comfortable condi
, tlon. Another inveterate enemy of
; the snakes is their congener, the
iguana or great tree liard, of which
Mr. Hudson tells a comical story, re
lated to him by a Guacho friend, who
was riding carelessly along, letting
one end of his lasso trail behind,
j He noticed a large iguana lying ap
parently asleep in the sun, and
though he rode by it very closely it
did not stir; but no sooner had he
passed it than it raised Its head and
fixed its attention on the- forty feet
of lasso trailing slowly by. Suddenly
; it, dashed after the rope and dealt it
a succession of violent Mows with its
tail. V hen the whole of the lasso,
several yards of which had been
' pounded in vain, had been dragged
j by, the lizard, with uplifted head,
'continued gazing after It with the
greatest astonishment Never had
' such a wonderful enake crossed its
, path before.
: There was a time when Charles
Sumner was voted a vulgar fanatic in
Kostnn liecause he had olTended cer-
jtain ironi nent persons by his need-
j lessly cutting remarks on their -'re- j
spectahllities." tine (lay Samuel
, Hooper whorepresented lioston in the
National House, and who was an in-!
titnate friend of .su inner, was asked
by a wealthy commercial ac uaint-i
ance how he managed to get along j
with "that fellow Sumner.'' j
"Oh, very well." was the reply. "I
meet him very often. He appears to
be invited to every party given in
Washington. You can'tgo anywhere
without s: eing him."
"Vou don't say he is considered a
gentleman? i ou don t say that he
is a man one would ask. now, to dine
at your table or miner"
"No," replied Mr. Hooper, with
the dry humor which was peculiarly
his own, "1 don't think It would be
come you to Invite him to your house;
but society in Washington is mixed
up;of elements such as we never find
in Koston. There arc, you know, a
lot of embassadors from the various
countries of Europe, dukes, earls,
barons, knights, and other persons
with titles prefixed to their names.
Sumner seems to he their favorite
guest, but I would not, of course, ad
vise you to invite liiin to dinner. In
lloslon wo are naturally cautious; in
Washington we can be less discrimi
nating." And the best part of the Joke was
that the victim of this satire re
1 mained quite unaware that he had
. been so effectually subdued.
Mot Canala, but Mountains.
The results of ix months' oLserva
tlonsof Mars have led Mr. Schacherle
of the l.lck ubservatory to the con
clusioncontrary to the generally
received view that the dark por
tions of the disk represent land and
the llht portions water. This Is
supported by observations of San
Francisco Hay from Mount Hamilton,
in which the bay appears brighter
than the neighboring valley and
mountains at the same distance. On
this hypothesis the "canals" would
correspond to rhlges of mountains al
most wholly - immersed In water,
while their doubling may represent
parallel rid ires of which our own
earth furnlshcscxamples. Examiner.
Tub elrl makes the greatest ob
jection to any public demonstration
of affection before marrage; the man
make the objection afterward.
IF you wish the lightest, sweet
est, finest cake, biscuit, bread
and rolls, Royal Eaking Powder is
indispensable in their making.
For newspaper and music, to stand
in tb i drawing room, are aedau chairs,
viith'iut the poles covered in old bro
cade and flitted in plush. These are in
tended to replace the wooden cabinets
usually doing such duty, as inside they
are properly partitioned to serve their
On a French tombstone -could it
have been found on any other Is the
inscription, "Sacred to the memory of
Mile. ;died April 2, in her Slat
year hbe never looked her age,"
lu tbe Cracks.
A cigar dealer was recently com
pelled to move from his down-town
stand, which he had occupied for thirty-five
years, because of the demolition
of the old building, says the New York
He packed his belongings with many
a sigh of regret. When he had got his
thins all out he turned to the work
men who were wailing to begin tearing
down the building aad remarked, in a
rather sarcastic tone:
"Well, boys, you may have all you
find in this old trap."
The workmen began on the old floor,
which had been worn into hollows by
age. It bad not been replaced since it
was originally laid.
One of the men ripped up a board
with his crowbar, raising a cloud of
dust. When he got it out of his eyes
he saw something shiny in the crack.
fie picked it up and it proved to be a
dime. Further investigation revealed
the fact that the crack was lined with
This was an incentive to the work
men. They plied ther crowbars with
remarkable energy for men poorly paid.
In this instance they were amply re
warded. In every crack of tbe floor silver
dimes were found. Some of them bore
dates of nearly half a century ago.
The men gathered the coin in handf uls.
The cigar dealer, in speaking of the
occurrence, said that lie hadn't the
slightest idea that so much money
could be lost throgli carelessness and a
poor door, even iu thirty-tive years.
"Hut it won't happen again,'' he
added. "When I heard of it I immedi
ately gave orders to have my new stores
refloored with hard wood and no cracks
at my own expense.''
A Choick Christmas Gift. In the se
lection of a choice Christmas gift, or an
addtiion to one's own library, both ele
gence and usefulness will be found com
bined in Webkbtkr't International
Dtctionkry, which is the last of the va
rious revisions and enlargements of the
original "Webester." The Internation
al represents fifty times the amount of
literary labor that was expended upon
ihe earliest edition, and is, without
question, the most complete and relia
ble work of the kind ever published in
a single volume. It is warmly indorsed
ny eminent scholars throughout the
English-sjieaking world, and is a most
useful book for the library, the school,
the family, the student, and in fact for
all who read or write the English
It is expensive, of course to be
'dress rd" by Worth, but cost is a rela
tive question, and if people want their
gowns trimmed with real lace, gold
and jewels, they ought to ascertain be
forehand what the cost will be, unless
they are in a position of fortune which
does not oblige them to consider such
sordid details. A certain Peruvian
lieires paid Worth $2 1.0)0 for a frock
trimmed with leal lace, 23,fi00 of which
went for the "solids" of the garment.
Who have in vain tried every other
means of relief should try "Hchilfniunn's
Asthma Cnre." No wafting for results.
Its union is immediate, direct and certain,
as a single trial proves. Send to Dr. K.
hchillmann, St. 1'aul, Minn., for a free
trial package, but auk j our druggist lirst.
Mrs. Henry Peck (looking up from
her paper)- Ah! well, poor Hyson is rid
!of his trouble and misery at last.
Mr. Henry Peck (in astonishment) -Why,
I didn't know his wife was sick.
When did she die?-Puck.
Deserving Confidence. There is no article
.which so richly deserves the entire eon-1
fidenee of the community ns Krown's
Bronchial Trociiks. Those HulleiiiiK j
from Asthmatic atid Hronchial Diseases,
Coughs and Colds, should try them. 1'riee
,25 cent. '
Mamie I believe in woman's righis.
Gertie Then you think every woman
should have a vote.
Mamie -eXo; but I do think every
woman should have a voter.- Harper's
Pee "Colchester's" Spading Boot Ad. in
other column. i
He Wonderful score that of Henry's! j
Why, he hit the bull's-eye nine times j
in succession yesterday.
She Yes, but just think of the stif-
ferine ot that poor bull. Men are so
cruel ! Boston Globe.
T. JACOBS 01 iSST
PA0N3 AND AQC3S0.
Fear of microbes has induced the
members of a church in Fostoria, Ohio,
to invest iu 4(X) wine glasses. Each
communicant is to have a separate
glass from which to drink tbe sacra
mental wiue. ,
A recent craze in Paris has been for
frames, dainty boxes, card cases, and
the like, made of white or pale pink
kid, painted w th a spr nkl ng of flowers
copied from old Dresden china. Thia
is a suggestion for using the upper
parts of long white kid gloves.
Speaking of Edwin Booth, a pretty
girl says: "I did something once that
I don't believe anybody else ever did.
I made Booth laugh while he was play
ing "Hamlet." You know the way he
had of fixing bis eye upon some one
person in the audience and apparently
acting to that person? One night I
was tbe one. It made me nevous. I
could not stand it. So, in the solioquay
what do you suppose I did? I made a
monkey face at him. And he laughed.
He certainly laughed", she ended tri
umphantly. Bewarasof Ointments for Catarrh
as merenry will mrely destroy the sense of
smell andconipletely derange the whole
system when entering it through the mu
c.raa surfaces, mch articles should never
be used except on prescriptions from
reputable physicians, as the damage they
will do is ten fold to the good you can
possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure manufactured by 1 J
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.. contains no
mercury, and is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure and get the genuine.
It is taken internally, and made in Toledo,
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
f)s"8old by Druggists, price 75c. per
it is said the practice of the wife
assuming the husband's name at mar
riage orginated from a Roman custom
and became the common custom after
tbe Roman occupation. Thus Julia
and Octavia, married to Pompey and
Cicero, were ca led by the Romans
Julia of Pompey and Octavia of
Cuicero, and in later times married
women in most European countries
si. ned their games in the same man
ner, but omitted the "of."
Catarrh in the
First It is a constitutional
disease. Prof. Gross, a 1 ading scientist,
say: "Catarrh is a constitutional diaeu
which manifests itself by local symptoms."
Dr. Dio Lewis says: "Catarrh is not a
disease of the man's nose; it is a disease of
the man." Therefore he says snuffs and
other local applies ions are useless.
Second It requites a consti
tutional remedy, like Hood's Sarsaparill.
which reaches and cure? Catarrh by purify,
lng the blood ai d building up the system,'
so as to throw olf the disease. Thousands
who once suffered fr.mi Catarrh agree that
Hood's I'llls are carefully prepared and ar
made of the best ingredients. Try a box.
A remedy which.
If used by Wives
the painful ordeal
an Infallible speci
fic for, and obviates
the tortures of con
the dangers thereof
to both mother and
child. Sold by all
druggist. Sect by
express on receipt
of price, SI-60 per
bottle, charges pre
7RADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA. O.
The Greatest Medical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS.,
Has discovered in one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried it in over eleven hundred
cases, and never failed except in two cases
(both thunder humor). He lias now in his
possession over two hundred certificates
cf its value, all within twenty miles of
A benefit is always experienced from
the first bottle, aiid a'penect cure is war
ranted when the right quantity is taken.
When the lungs are affected it causes
shooting pains, like needles passing
through them; the same with the Liver or
Bowels. This Is caused by the ducts being
stopped, and always disappears in a Week
after taking it.
If the stomach Is foul or bilious It wil
cause soueaiuish feelmes at first.
No ci:ange of diet ever necessary. Eat
!je test you can get, and enough of it
Pose- one tablespoonful In water at betV
time. Read the Label. Send for Book.
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