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FOR COUNTRY'S SAKE.!
AN INDIAN FIGHTER SUFFERS
AOONIES FROM DISEASE.
Waaln thr Hat tic wltb the Aparhr.
W hen Orronlmo Wii Ca pi a red.
Vw tht I'm, Am Y'rrt ( v.
Worn with I he eiwaur of army life uu
the fruiiiit-r, ami .ia.iiw by the cutitiu
tial dniikuiK '' alkali atrr, Jnai-ib Fle--auf
raluriird to l'li.iaili-l.lna i-ht yearn
agj. Iir.iki-ii tlmii iu health anil uuatile
tu do au rk.
He iia.l w-rvrd fiv years with, the Nimh
lulled State Infantry in many a lie
perate titrlit ilh the In. linn iu Arir.ii,
anl t lit-r frontier S'atea ami In, w.m an
rimahle record. Iu the tier, e eontiit t
when ien.liiun, the fainoua i hief of the
Aia he. rapture.!, Mr. Plt'aiif was
aimn; the ime anltlie;-? who, forgetful
uf ev.-rYtliinif hut duty, elm-geii ux,u the
b'Iile J u '1 in ti a.
,. I(e vn !i I'laliis wiit to an untimely
4Va7u inHiiy uMiiTii who were never
touched by a rUkiira hullet or arrow,
mJ Mr. I li jrauf came near Kuch a fate aa
that. A loiiif (.me before hi time wan
iit he wan taken tu-rloualy ill, Imt he
tuck to hia mwI until an honorable dia
tMn'e ai finally iiiven to h:m.
When be reached I'liiladelphia, the In
liau hirhier man-ely more than akin
t ud boiiin. and for three wi-ik he lav
JeH-raieiy ill in a h iitul. lie f,.'t
Sm?y. mid hi atmum-h f .-It n if jt had
ini d ti. Tin e niptoiiia were h-coiii-ian:cd
by Idoody dynentcry, which no
Mcdr-ilie ii-lneil to ri lli've.
Afier two year of Buffering, Mr. Kle
rauf came to New York and una tri'ittel
by several ili liciana. Thi-ne did not
airree, oine i-alling hi diwnae catarrh of
the timiiich, nnd other ohroniednirrliot a.
Iu Miikinit to a reporter al t hi ill-
mm Mi'. ! Icsiiiiif mid the doctor lieie.
him, but. with all the money he upent for
advice ami lucihcim-, he wan able to work
wily a Kinal! part of the time. S n.-e mov
inc to In pri'sent home. No. ,M7 Went
r'orly e,-oiid at reel, in New York, about
yeur aiM. .Mr. Klerauf lm been ill
that Ilia Voice and hearmr nlmont left him.
Then all medicine failed, and the ick
man had little hope,,! n-cvery. At thi
critical time I r. Williams' I'ink I'ili for
l'ale lViiple were n-coiiiiiietided to Mr.
I'leirnuf. and, nlnnm! a a laat hope, he
began In kmc them.
"The bencliciiil effwt of the mediciim
felt at once," Mr. r'leirnuf told the
rejxirter. "and In-fore I hail taken a box
I bck'm to eat w ith relnh. 'Hiree boxe
made uie ao much betlir that 1 becan
work and have hi-cn able to keep at it
lince, for five month."
Dr. William' I'ink Till for Tale Peo
ple are not a patent medicine in the heme
Rial name impln-. Tlicy- were firt coni
ponnded a prex ription and used a
Inch In general practice by an eminent
payaieian. So great wa their etli.-acy
tbt it w deemed nf o place tliein
within the reach of all. They are now
manufnetured by the I ir. William)' Medi
cine t'ompnny. Schenectady, N. Y., anil
are old in boxe at .Vi cent a box, or s,i
boxe for t'2.', and may be bad of al!
druggi' or direct by mail from I.r. Wil
liaun' Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. V.
Of the ( ll nee u-ol ne -p.
The Jiatn-e are extr:tvKuntly fond
of children, ari l treat them -o kindly
that Japan has been ca led the chil
China hat the n won. an, too. The
daughter "f a tnaniftrate in fchantun
arts a tierimrer in her fitlher'a di
trict, keep the lK.k, t ay tiie hills
ind itir up deliniinent iti-tiiori. Her
father ha made f0,(KtO taela in six
month, and the district i- uying it
btt to have him removed.
Pome one greatly intercKte.l in jialun
Lai discovered that the leave Fhould,
sot be waahexl in pure water, hut with
milk and water, which ha-aa wonderful
way ol preserving and nourichinn them,
ind aluo prevanta the ajipearance o( the
brown poU which are o di?fiKtirin(j.
The hardy, itronj, athletic timn, after
in joying the orm of out-door life feel
ill the be'ter, althotijih he may have
offered, aa many do, from eerioui
tpraina and bruisea. H forM were
Itoppeil on that ccotint, we would have
o more of the great haae ball names,
iporU of Ce'd and turf, of oar and gun,
f rod and rar)i)et, and all sportamen
nd athletes take sprain Htid hruiaea an
n accoinpaniament with :omp&ti.-e,
DecauiMi thev know how eay and certain
t ia to tine i-t. J awl Oil and get rid of
permanently the wnret for tin of any
luch accident, inere inav oe ome, in-
eamany. noiqmieupio ..ie ... - i
,nK prepared for toe eaot. Wnt.
UVl IUIU rmjwt.i ...... -'j -
lopply of thi great remedy for pain.
For thoe who cannot eat pie cruet,
In making a cuntard of cocnanut pie,
hib the plate thickly with butter and
Iprinkle it with Indian meal, then fill
with the cuatard and bake.
ALL OOUU KRPrBLICANt
ihould make a point of attending, the
National Contention, to be held at St.
Ixitiii, Toetday, June 16th. The ex
iwdm if not great if you take the Bur
lington. On the 13th, 14th and 15tti of
Inne vou can purchaae a round trip
icket to St. Louia at the one way rate,
fhink ian't it worth a few dollar a
lew daya time to tu the next presi
dent nominated? Full information on
kpplication to any agent of the B. A M.
K. R. R. or by addreaiing J. Francii,
ieneral Pataenger Agent, Burlington
Route, Omaha, Neb.
Hair muit be worn looae and full in
tho neck to be quite a la mode. It ia
onnaeeetary to add that thii atyle of
eoiflure la not altogether auited for
Hall's Catarrh Core
li a constitutional enre. Price 76 cent.
Dandelion leave are aaid to be a ture
ture for iniomnia. Before going to bed
chew two or three of the leavea, and
they will alway induce aleep, no matter
how nervou and worrlod a peron may
- Mr. Wlnalow's ewrraisa ttTitJf lot chlM
ran leathlnc. aolvana ta , raducaa itiHani.
Boat too, tllaji pain, earaa wind colic, toeboiue.
Until one tart to carpet a wholo
hone the cannot realice what a little
tt of ipaoa a yard oori.
M il. V. : -.
THE FARM AND HOME.
MATTERS OF INTEREST TO FARM
ER AND HOUSEWIFE.
Economic! to Be Practiced in Erect
ing and Maintaining Hot Houae
C auntie Fotaah the Beat Chemical
Iieburaer-How to Teat Butter.
Concerning: a Hothoutte.
A hothiiuae need not he an expensive
affair to he useful. It la economy to
make It tij;lit hy hattenlng crack
and a layer of building pajwr that no
wind can get through. I find that a
hulldttij; simply wide enough to accom
modate a ivon-foot wj!! doea very
well, aaj Jlowani B. Cannon, in the
(JratiK'' Vinitor. Such a btiildiiiK may
he heated Inexiiennlvely by a Move,
Slink well down and delivering Its
smoke into a flue made of newer pipe.
The move ahotihl lie placed at the end
where you enter, and the chimney
should rW frota the far end. A hoiiH
to start onion or tomato plants can he
eotiHtructoil for perhiipa cents a
aijuare foot of (.'hn- area, hy one doing
his own work. When your Hprin crop
of iIhijih Ik out. If yon are a miihII farm
er, you limy find your limine useful to
tore Nome Hats, etc., under the bench
es. 1 hhoiibl udvlse putting on a tem
porary roof, that the Midi (lie not warp
ed by the h.-nt of mimnier. When fall
comes one liud a hothoiiKe handy for
ctirlnt; heed corn, onion sets. etc. 1 naed
mine to ripen tomatoes In after froatu
ciime. and followed theae hy hiihhelH of
aced corn. The last tine of the year for
the saNb, however, will plenae many
who perhapa have not wen hui h. We
bnllt rough Fhcds Into which our hen
house open, and left an opening at the
Routh end in each shed seven hy ix
feet. Across these openimrs "chicken
wire" was stretched. 'Ml the approach
of hlusTcriiii; weather two sashes were
slipped Into each opening, one above
the other, and secured In place. This
gives a sheltered and warm place for
the hens to scrntcli. I hope we will find
our scratching sheds to he eg-fii(-tories
(luring the cold weather.
How Loiib Cnwi hhatl He Kept,
I'nless a cow has a renin i kabh- indi
vidual value as a milk niid butler pro
ducer, and has shown ability to perpet
uate these iu:i lit It's In her progeny, ten
to twelve years old is long enough lo
keep her. says an exchange. A good
many cows condemn themselves long
before that time. We have known cow
to breed up to eighteen or nineteen
years old, hut they had to be fed ground
grain and bran, mixed with moistened
cut hay. There was no profit In milk
and butter made this way, for the old
cow gradually lessened her yield. The
obtect was to produce citlvcM from this
cow to be UM-d (or breeding. Hut ns th
cow- decreased in value, so also did her
calves. Those last ImiIII were feeble
and not very good milker, either. A
cow whose milk pnsluctlon has heeu
artificially forced for two or three years
I apt never thereafter to come up lo
the standard she had before, ns the
production of an excessive amount of
milk impair the animal' constitution
To Teat Butter.
A possible way to test butter Is to get
a clean piece of while paper, smear it
with the suspected article, then roll it
up and set It on fire. If the butter Is
gisid, the smell of burning will be riecld
edly pleasant, but If there Is artificial
animal fat In the composition, there is
no mistake about the tallowy odor.
A boat flowing.
I'lowlng I hard work for the team
but it Is comparatively easy work fpr
tile plowman, except on rocky or
stumpy land, where the plow has fre
quently to be pulled buck and lifted up
to avoid some olist ruction. Kor these
reasons a stn :ig. .ictlvi team that will
,k r nt wu a j flirrmv
,,, ,,,, ,lt H,,,.uwj :f
possible. It I not easy to make good
work with a poor team, and if It Is not
equal to It task there is much unneces
sary waiting at the end of the furrow
and resting. The work of holding the
plow la so easy on level land free from
stone, that even a child can do it, while
holding the handle make it easier
work to walk In the furrow than to fol
low the same team with a drag over
plowed ground. Thnt i hard, dragging
work for both man and teams, mid It
needs an aMe-bodled man instead of the
young boy who I usually put at this
Job, while the man take a hi part the
far easier task of holding the plow,
which on level, clean land I no task nt
Aahea with fttatile Manure.
Whoever ha ever mixed fresh caus
tic aahea with manure from the stable
know how quickly a strong odor of
anilnoula la given off. It I wasteful
of the fertlllier to do this wblie the
manure 1 exposed to the air, but wheu
It la to be plowed under very noon the
lose ia not great. In the soil the nshes
will not only make the manure ferment
more rapidly, but they will theiiiselvi
become much more valuable ferllli-'r
through absorption of the ammonia.
Thi will quickly convert enustje
potash Into the nitrate of potash, which
Is the most powerful fertilizer known,
and I good for any kind of crop. We
have aometitnes applied hen manure
In bill for melon and cucuiiiIhts, mix
ing It with the earth, and after mixing
aprlnkllng a few hard wood ashes in
the bed and covering with earth liefort
planting the seed. Vine thus treated
did better thun with any other kind of
manure we ever tiaed.
Feeding Value of Manure.
Concerning the feeding value of raw
potatoea for nilh h cow, John (iould,
the well-known Western dairyman,
aay: "Compared with ordinary food
at preaewt prteea they are worth from
6 to 7 cent per buhel. When fed raw
to a cow the potato Influence her Bill.
The milk will not oivain o well, anfj
the butter will lack lu grain and tet-l
ture. I would not feed more than a
peck per day to a cow. A creamery in
Clinton County lost their entire trade
because the patron fed an excesa of
raw potatiHP to their eowa. Some of
them fed a bushel or more per day to
a cow. The New York expert butter
men who handled the butter wrote the
patron, telling them they were feeding
potatoes in too large quantities, and If
their trade was recovered potatoea
uiu st be abandoned. When cooked and
mixed with some nitrogenous grain
they are a good ration, if not fed In too
large quantities. They are best a a
fattening ration for pig or other fa'
1'runinit Treea Before Transplanting.
In ordering trae from a nursery ;t
should be remembered that the pruning
is never completed aa it ahould b when
the trees are put Into the ground. There
1 usually a quantity of top with per
haps 50 to HJ buds, each of which if
left to grow will produce a feeble shoot.
Cut the top hack to three or four buds
and leave these to grow Into the future
branches of the tree. Thus started the
tree will begin to make It top tho
first Reason after setting out. The roots
also will need to be cut back as well
as the tops. In most cases, If the trees
liave been sent fur and have been long
on their journey, the small feeding
roots w ill lie dried up and of no uc
Cut the large roots with a knife that
will make a clean cut, and the new roo' -
will spring from these.
The Ki penal veneaa of Pasturing.
Wherever land ia dear the pasfjr
providcH for Block that, considering itf
nutritive value, U much dearer thrill
that grown hy cultivation. In the firs',
i-laco, the gras, even if tiudlHturhed,
does not yield as heavy a crop a will
most of the grains and corn drilled for
fodder. In the pasture the constant
trampling of stock lessens the yield
still further. What the stock waste In
a . lover field will in most place pay
for the latsir of cutting and carrying
the clover to them, provided the field
Is near w here the stock Is kept, and the
cutting of the clover can he done by
horse power. Yet there are many
placca where cultivation is Impossible,
and using these as permanent pasture
is the only way to make the land use
ful and profitable.
Helling Ability Neeeary.
The American Hairy man remark,
that selling ability Is Just now more il"
Ira bit; to farmer than producing alii!
Ity, and that the place to display It Is
in packing. The farmer must lead the
consumer Into temptation, which may
be contrary to Scripture, but. I neces
sary to sell goods. Even a cabbage is
trimmed up by ttie skillful salesman
to attract the customer. The Dairy
man Illustrates by the sale of a large
consignment of California fresh fruit
which was beautifully packed, and
brought prices to delight the owner's
soul, while other fruit, not opening nt
well, went for a song.
Heat Chemical Dehorner.
The l'st chemical dehorner, accord
ing to Hoard's I Hiiryuiau, I caustic pot
ash, to be had In stick for a few cents
at any druggist's. Wheu the calf I a
few day old, clip off the hair over the
horn button, moisten one end of the
caustic (hold the other end wrapped in
paper) and rub It on the button until
the skin Is very red and highly In
flamed. When the scab come off, if
the least trace of the horn nut remains,
repeat the application. Put the caustic
only on the nut button, a it burns in
Whent limit for Cows.
' No kind of feed 1 so handy for fewl
ing milch cows as wheat bran; It Is light
and bulky iu proportion, to ll nutrition,
and it ha the elements needed to make
a large milk How. But It does not mak"
rich milk, and need to be supplemented
with grain mewl, or the cow will give
so much from her own fat that she will
become thin in flesh, and be of little: use
for butter-making the following season.
The way that bogs have been going
In the face of the low ratea for cattle,
sheep and home ha been very cheer
ing to awlne producer. The price
compared with the price of grain Is
one of profitable production.
Never lie satisfied with what the
farm doe, but endeavor to still further
Improve it. The farmer who concludes
that he has reached the beat that can
lie obtained from his farm will find
himself going backward. Successful
farmers are those who are striving to
Farm, Stock and Home hold that
under present condition the mm paid
for hired help must be the smallest
ixisslble, and only concentrated prod
uctsbutter, beef, pork, wool, poultry,
etc. should be shipped by rail. Along
these lines lay large dose of agri
It is much easier to feed whole grain
than to grind It, but It la better to
put the labor to It than to lose In the
feed. Cround grain can be more In
t mutely mixed with coarse food, and
iu thnt reect It not only serves to
balance the ration, but the combina
tion of foods cheapens the whole and
more perfect digestion result.
Here is a point on asparagus. A
great many persona who grow It do
ao wJth flut culture. The proper mode
for the best result Is to hill up the
row. Apply fertiliser on the rows
now while they are flat, and then
turn a furrow on the row from each
side. If the row I hilled up two feet
It Is all the better. Cut the sulk
just aa they are peeping' out of the
ground. They wlU then be tender from
the tip to the botta, and aa white aa
celery. If allowed to grow out of
the ground the tip will bt tender and
the butts tough.
ACTORS ON THE ROAD.
Observant Train Boy Who Haa Noted
A train loy on one of the leading
railroad thua gives his olservatlou on
actor: '-One of the most noticeable
habit of the 'profession' when they are
on the road Is the way they seat them
selves In a train. The leader Invaria
bly ait by themselves, ami the rest of
the company follow suit, each accord
ing to his own view of hi position.
And never, except on rare occasion,
do they address a word to the member
of the company whom they consider
lower in rank. It i very easy for a
train Is.y to get iuto conversation with
a member of a troupe. The train lioy
la of so little importance, you know,
that surely there is no harm iu talking
to him. And, Judging by the stories I
have told me, there are more stars on
the stage than the th.-ater-golng public
ha any idea of.
"Oil what a difference between a com
pany going out ami w hen you see them
straggling back In twos and threes
minus their Iwiggiifje. On the way out
each one I bragging aiiout the com
panies they have been with. This one
was not up to the standard, but thr
manager being n personal friend of hi
or her they decided to help him out.'
On the way back note the difference.
If they milt at all it i rather low, and
they wonder If there i any chance for
them yet this Benson. But, as a rule,
I rather think they wait around till
"On the road they spend a good deal
of their time In sleeping, and It Is amaz
ing the way an old hand at one-night
stands can curl himself up in a s.tit.
One often hears people who know
nothing at all of theatrical life say it I
one of the easiest professions there is.
Perhaps It I In the large cities, but
there is a wonderful difference in a
company starting out and a company
returning from six or eight weeks of
one-night stands. That tired look they
come buck with Is not there when they
''But what surprises one most Is the
Jealousy existing among the various
member of a company. Though, If
one considers a moment, It Is not sur
prising at all. Kacli Is so assured of hie
own ability and his own superiority
over the rwt that there Is bound to be
a clash. This Jealousy is more notice
a Lie among the women, though the men
have It to a lesser extent. The men are
the most Inveterate poker players I
harp ever seen. But. though poker Is
their chief amusement, you seldom see
them playing during the middle of the
week, as they start playing as soon as
they are paid, and usually lose all they
care to lose by Monday morning. They
are nearly nlwnys cheerful, their bump
of self-esteem carrying them through
trial that would dishearten mi ordin
ary mortal." Phlladephla Times.
"Probably three-fourth of the lima
bean consumed In this country," said
a Oallfornian, "are grown In Califor
nia, and a great portion of them are
raised In the Santa Clara Valley. The
climate and surrounding there are es
pecially suited to the raising of these,
for It I so dry that the beans can be
grown right on the ground, thus sav
ing the expense of pole and of prop
ping the vines up In any way. Yon
don't And over one. bad or Imperfect
bi-nn In a bushel. The result is that it
costs so little to grow them that they
can In turn be sold cheap. You can
buy them In the market and stores
Kast at retail at four and five cent a
pound. In California the growers are
glad to get one cent a pound for them
-shelled and dried. I know of one
furm that shipped seventeen carloads
of these bean last season. As a body
and brain food, the lima Is much more
valuable: than the ordinary white or
Kurope's Stock of CJold.
Since JfV.M) the K"'d iu Kuropean
bank ha Increased by $(IZ'i.Ki,(MI.
Of this the Imperial Bunk of Ilussiu
has gained $lS.si.fKii(iO, the Hank of
franco $lrt7,4H),(Ki, the Bank of En
gland $111,000,000, Uie Austro-IIunga-rt.m
Bank$7l,HO0,fKX), and the Imperial
flank of Germany $a'.),0K),(tOO. The
gold comes from the American mone
tary circulation and from the produc
tion of the gold mines. At the end
of lSDfl the Bank of France and the
Imperial Bank of Russia between them
held $77iMK),000 In gold, a little more
than half the stock of gold In the Kuro
pean banks, and tMs does not include
the gold In the Russian treasury, which
Is estimated fit $.M0,4tKI.(KKi. The gold
In Germany, Austria Hungary ami
Italy amounts to $3.'tfl,000,000, and that
jn the Bank of England to $.V0,HK).000.
- Economlste European.
Texas Cotton for Japan.
Part of the cargo which Is going on
board the steamer Victoria at Tacoma,
snya the Philadelphia Record, Is over
1,000 bales of Texas cotton, which hat
been carried by the roundaJxs.it way of
St. Paul over the Northern raclflc Rail
road to be delivered to purchasers In
Japan. There la no doubt of a large
Increase In these rail deliveries of cot
ton Intended for China and Japan, to be
manufactured In new cotton mills es
tablished In those countries, the product
of which will displace Indian and Brit
Pound After Many Years.
A strange story of money recovered
come from Liverpool. A chimney
sweep In cleaning an oven flue found
40 In coin In a bag. On telling the
lady of the house she burst Into tears
and faints. She had put the money
there herself years ago, and, having
forgotten the fact, accused her son,
who was rather wild, of stealing It,
with the result that be had left the
house In Indignation and had never re
turned. Nearly every financial disaster re
sults from trying to make money fast
frparka fn-m mu Auril.
There ie ti.l a lionN dep. for
An enemy treated as a friend will
toon become a friend.
Whoever walks with God take no
ibep that is not for his own gi
The moment we d cide to forsake sin,
e can count on ( iod for help.
No matter what buMne-B the Chris
itan is in. he has no Icieinees to be in it
tf Christ is not at the head of it.
Do not press a sleeve waist seam on a
3at surface. Keep a board for the pur
pose made from a tolling pin, pawed in
iialf lengthwise, so that it will rest firm
ly on a table beneath the weight of the
iron, and then cover it as you would an
roning board. It supplies juet what ia
needed, a curved smooth surface.
I never used so ijnick a cure as Pi9o's
Dure tor Consumption J. 15. Palmer, Box
1171, Seattle, Wah., Nov. 25,
Camel's flesh is I lie la '.est addition to
:he Parisian bill of fare. Algerian
butchers have undertaken to provide
the supply. The meat is said to taste
like beef, while it is white like veal and
po8He8et great nutritious qualities.
The Arabs consider the hump a great
Some novel sets of furniturn are in
itreen denim and old fashioned ru'h
There is no
DONT FORGET for 5 cents you get almost
as much "Battle Ax" as you do of other
brands for JO cents.
DONT FORGET that " Battle Ax " is made of
the best leaf grown, and the quality cannot be
DON'T FORGET, no matter how much you
are charged for a small piece of other brands,
the chew is no better than 44 Battle Ax."
DON'T FORGET, "Economy is wealth," and
you want all you can get for your money.
Why pay JO cents for other brands when you
can get "Battle Ax" for 5 cents?
,7He that Works Easily Works Suc
cessfully." Tis Very Easy to
Clean House With
G.nntlie It cur bottlM
' col;, bait aMn. Sr our
namt, Poad't Kitract Co,
cw Tork as. Reason.
do it with Pearline. And one of the strongest points about
Pearline't washing is its saving its economy.
Brat I'aaa for the Tab'.
The w- in.Ied variety of peas are the
beet for the table, but are not preferred'1
for canning. ny of the early dwarf
pens may fie used for tht first crop. Tt.a
dwr-rf kinds give only about one pick
ing It is the standard varieties which
bear the heaviest crops, but they re
quire support that are later tl an the
dwarf kinds. The champion of England
is considered one of the iiest for quality,
but is not as pro! tic as some other,
and is al.-o a late variety. , ,
T e summer psradol ie a thing of
much gauze and ch (fun,
W oixl work a. d floors are now stained
with a color called forest green ; it har
monizes delightfully with draperies and
People with hair that is continually fall
ing out, or those that are bald, can stop
the falling, ami get a good growth of hair
by using Hull's ilair llencwer.
Don't be r.ady to announce that yon
aaw this, that o: the other actor when
he made his debut if you are desirious
of fipsuig a a coy young thing. To re
memlier happenings that took place
twenty years ago argues against your
extreme youthful ness.
FI'. '-. - Vil Fit jropped f- by Or. K'ine't Crest
tterve Restorer. K- ' 1IS-rlhcfirdff "T,yLVo
Fit caws. S--ni! o I - K line.oji Arch St.. rtilla.. a.
dividing line. ,
tJnlTfraallj mi and raconv
mr.Dded for Cuta, Burst, Brnliat,
Coldi, Catarrh, Sore Throat, all
Pala, Pllct and lallaamiatlona.
To develop muscle,
if that is what you're doing-
the washing for, perhaps the
old way ot wasning wiui
soap rubbing the clothes-
up and down over a board
mav be pretty good. It can't'
be healthy, though, to breathe
that tainted, fetid steam, and
..... . i !
you d ueuer taice your excra
in ways that are pleasanter.
But if you're washing clothes to get
clean, and want to do this dis
work easily, quickly, and safely
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