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Backache is only a symptom of more fatal trouble-
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of the womb. Let those who are suffering read lira. Mor
ton's letter and be guided by her experience.
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826 York St., Cincinnati, O.
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Owk( to the fact that some skeptical
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deposited with the National
which will be said to aat Dtrsoa
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1 Illustrated pamphlets,
pirlng experiences of
farmers who have be
come wealthv in trttvm.
ins wheat, reports of
I delentes. etcand full
Information as to reduced railway rates can be
had on application to the Superintendent of
Immigration. Department of Interior. Ottawa,
Canada, or to W V. Bennett, 891 New York
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Memorials to Gladstone will be nu
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and another in Edinburgh his favor
ite constituency of Midlothian a me
roerlal library is to be established at
Hawarden, his home, and the national
memorial, which will be elaborate, has
not yet taken shape. The king, who
as prince of Wales, was president cf
the general committee, has offered to
become patron of the memorial.
Might Be Worth Trying-.
A few drops of any perfumed oil will
secure libraries from the consuming
effects of xnoldness and damp. Rus
sian leather, which is perfumed with
the tar of the birch tree, never molds,
and merchants suffer large bales of
this article to lie in the London docks
in the most careless manner, knowing
that it can sustain no injury from
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No man can stand on top because
he is put there.
Try Sraln-O! Try Giala0!
ak your Grocer to-day to show yon a
diage of GRAIN-O. the new foodIrtak
that takes the place of coffee. The children
2tt.dril ttmt Injury as well as the
jrfAUwhotryllSelt GRAIN-O ha.
at rich seal brown of Mocha or Jara, but
2jS!fllfrom J,ura ST0. d the most
MUoate stomach receives it without dkv
tns. 34 the price of coffee. 16cand9Bcta
psrpaokage. Sold by all grocers.
Many an old toper who has never
been in Cork has seen a great many
drawings of it y
Prtiwta Mailing- card.
Private Mailing Card with colored
views of scenery on the Chicago, Mil
waukee fc St Paul Railway sent on
receipt of ten (10) cents in stamps.
Address P. A. Miller. General Passen
ger Agent Chicago, 111.
Astronomy has nothing to do with
the way one theatrical star eclipses
Vfcea Aasweritf litertiseastats Haaly
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The well posted druggist advises you
to use Wizard Oil for pain, forte
knows what it has done.
An orchestra of not more than twen
ty pieces can easily make the effect of
Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH, the only 16 oz. package for
10 cents. All other 10-cent starch con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
There ara several coamaio troveles
of young rigg whkk fcreetlers find It
iUacuIt to explain or care. The trst
of these which we desire to speak of
is aroyerly called "stosaatltte" or
"aphtha" and the cause la usually de
rangement of the digestive organs. For
Instance If the brood sow at once alter
parturition gives a very full flow of
milk to her young the milk will be
liable to produce a disturbance and
give rise to the disease referred to
which Is characterized by the appear
ance of small blisters and ulcers with
in the mouth, upon the tongue, gums
and inside of the cheeks. To prevent
this and other troubles of the diges
tive tract the sow should not be
fed generously upon grain Just prior
to farrowing and should be very spare
ly fed for some days after the pigs
are born so that the young stomachs
will become accustomed to food and
not suffer from over-abundance. When
it Is found that a pig Is not taking
the teat and is drooping and apparent
ly "off feed" then an examination of
the mouth should be made and if the
blisters and ulcers are found then the
sow should have a four ounce dose of
epsom salts in slop and the pig should
be treated as follows: Touch each of
the ulcers with one drop of pure car
bolic acid. This can be safely done by
using a match stick the end of which
has been slightly frayed out so as to
hold the fluid which should not be al
lowed to come In contact with more
than the ulcer Itself. Next day the
mouth should be swabbed out twice
with a solution of one ounce of borax
In a quart of water to which add one
teaspoonful of tinctureot iron. Where
necessary thfa solaUoa amay be weed for
a few days longer and the disease will
soon disappear. In some cases it is
not necessary to use the caustic (car
bolic acid) it being found that the
borax wash Is sufficient and in these
cases the addition of a couple of
ounces of strained honey to the solu
tion mentioned will make it more
pleasantand effective. Tincture of
Iron Is also a good caustic and much
less dangerous than carbolic acid and
should be used by all who are afraid
to use the other caustic Nitrate of
silver In the shape of a lunar caustic
pencil is also used and highly recom
mended by some but we have person
ally found the application of nitrate
of silver severe in its results for many
days after the rpplicatlon. Another
somewhat similar trouble which is not
uncommon is "canker" of the nose and
head which is due to a parasite some
thing like the parasite of mange. In
this disease the nose becomes covered
with ulcers which soon take on a
greenish, dry, gangrenous appearance
and tend to eat through the tissues so
that the bones of the face are exposed
and the teeth often loosened so that
they drop out Where this disease ap
pears in a herd the affected pigs must
be at once placed by themselves and
have the best of treatment The pens
occupied by the sick pigs should after
their removal be well scrubbed and
disinfected then white-washed. The
head of each pig should then be rub
bed with a strong solution such as the
following which Is the best mange
mixture we ever used: Creolin, one
drachm; sulphurous acid, one ounce;
turpentine, one ounce; oil of tar, two
ounces; cotton seed oil to make one
pint Shake well before using and see
that it does not get Into the eyes. To
the ulcers of advanced cases apply
terchlorlde of antimony with glass rod
or a feather and in three days com
mence rubbing once daily with the lo
tion above prescribed. The same lo
tion will be found admirable for ap
plication to the skin of horses and cat
tle suffering from disease of a para
sitic nature. It the above treatment
be vigorously followed there will be
little trouble in curing the disease
which left to itself is a very serious
one and often leads to the death of
THE SASKATOON DISTRICT.
ONE OP THE NEW WESTERN
the San la at v,
Iaspectloa of Bxport Cattle.
The number of cattle inspected for
export In 1900 was 875,746, of which
1,682 were rejected. The regulations
of the bureau for the Inspection be
fore shipment of export cattle are such
that any animal tagged for export may
be traced back to the farm whence it
came. "The points where cattle are
to be inspected are named, the cattle
passing the Inspection are to be tag
ged, and inspected again at the ports
of export Cattle arriving at the ports
of export from other parts of the
United States are to be inspected and
tagged there. Animals are to be car
ried, after tagging, in thoroughly
clean and disinfected cars."
The inspection of cattle for export
aids In our holding the markets of
foreign countries, while the inspection
of meats for export raises their repu
tation and secures prices correspond
ing to their actual quality. The Inter
state inspection of meat prevents,
wherever it exists, the shipping from
one state to another of all meat dis
eased or otherwise unfit for food.
Dipping Scabby Sheep.
The disease of scabies, known as
sheep scab, has been so widespread as
to constitute the greatest obstacle to
wool and mutton production in the
United States; but, through the bu
reau's preventive methods inspection
and disinfection, and the process of
dipping fewer diseased sheep are re
ceived at the stock yards, and the in
fection Is gradually disappearing. The
number of sheep inspected during the
fiscal year 1900, In order to prevent the
interstate shipment of diseased ani
mals, was 1,801,879, and the number
dipped under the supervision of bu
reau Inspectors was 626,838. Govern
Western timber Is composed almost
entirely of conifers. Forests of the
western coast probably are the densest
and heaviest on earth. They may be
compared with those of tropical re
gions, such as the forests of the Ama
zon and Congo basins. While the
jungle of the tropics may be denser,
the trees are by no means as large,
nor do they contain as much lumber.
A tree-planting association in New
Jersey after an experience of several
years, reports that "the results In Im
proved appearance, general attractive
ness and comfort during the summer
season are most favorable and out of
all proportion to the comparatively
- During the past year or two a large
number of American settlers" (those
going from the United States to Can
ada), have made homes in the Saska
toon district in Western Canada. They
have found the climate all that could
be desired and their prospects are of
the brightest In writing of It a cor
respondent say 8:
The lands for sale are choice selec
tions from a large area, and every
farm Is within easy distance of a rail
way station. Experience has shown that
this district enjoys immunity from
summer frost, from cyclones and bliz
zards. The South Saskatchewan,
flowing through the tract is one of
the finest rivers in the country, be
ing navigable and having an average
width of stream of 1,000 feet
The agents of the Canadian govern
ment, whose advertisement appears
elsewhere in your paper and who will
be pleased to furnish full information,
tell me that within the limits of tho
tract there are two distinct varieties
of soil. One is a rich black loam, and
the other Is a somewhat lighter' loam,
containing a small admixture of sand.
There appears to be no appreciable
. difference between the fertility of these
two kinds of soil. Both are alluvial
In their characteristics, both .are mar
velously productive, and both rest
upon a subsoil of clay. The ad
vantage of this formation is that It
retains the heat of the day during the
night, and is favorable to the early
maturity of crops. Every kind of
crop will here attain the highest per
fection of quality. The land is admir
ably adapted for stock-raising and
dairy farming, as well as growing
grain. Some idea of the richness of
the natural grasses of the prairie may
be formed from the fact that more
than 200 tons of hay were gathered
within a short distance of Saskatoon
and stored up for use during the win
ter. A growth so luxuriant demon
strates beyond all possible question tho
suitability of the land for pasturing
cattle, and no doubt this Important in
dustry will be largely carried on.
Nature has been lavish In her gifts
to this territory. Not only Is the soil
of unexampled fertility, but the climate
is delightful and healthy. Such Is the
testimony of every settler, and this
testimony is confirmed by enthusiastic
opinions from every traveler, explorer,
missionary or newspaper correspond
ent who has ever visited this far
famed Saskatchewan Valley. In form
er years vast herds of buffalo came
here to winter from the elevated
storm-swept regions south of the
United States boundary line, proving
thereby the adaptation of these rolling
prairies. to the purpose of raising
stock. The land is dry, with sufficient,
but not excessive rainfall, capable of
early cultivation in the spring, and
free from summer frosts. The config
uration of the country renders artifi
cial drainage unnecessary, and pre
vents the accumulation of stagnant
pools; mists and fogs are seldom seen.
The days of summer are full of sun
shine, under the genial Influence of
which crops rapidly ripen. Autumn
is characterized by an almost unbroken
succession of fine weather, during
which the, crops are safely garnered.
In winter It Is cold, but extremely ex
hilarating and pleasant, owing to the
wonderful dryness and bracing quali
ties of the air. The winter Is a source
of profit as well as enjoyment to the
people, being far healthier than a
Water and fuel these two prime
necessaries of life are plentiful
throughout the district
There's no use trying to "pump"
some people unless you know how to
What Do the Children Drlakf
Don't give them ten or coffee. Hare yon
tried the new food drink called GRAIN-O?
It is delicious and nourishing, and takes the
place of coffee. The more Grain-O yon give
the children the more health yoa distribute
through their systems. Grain-O is made of
pure grains, and when properly prepared
tastes like the choice grades of coffee, but
costs about a as much. All grocers sell it
ISo and 25c.
After effect the kind
makes a dog's tail wag.
Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH, the only 16 oz. package for
10 cents. All other 10-cent starcn con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
Most appropriate name for a dentist
Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH, the only 16 oz. package for
10 cents. All other 10-cent starch con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
There's no egg so large that it can-
not be beaten.
Youth has a perseverance all its
own, but the trouble is it never knows
when to stop.
Piso's Core for Consumption Is aa Infallible
medicine for coughs and colds. N. W. Samubi
Ocean Grove, N. J., Peh. 17, 1900.
"Time is money," said the man who
paid the jeweler $1.50 for repairing a
Drugs hare their use, but dont store them in
your stomach. Bccman's Pepsin Gum aids the
natural forces to perform their functions.
A mock trial the mimic's first appearance.
Hall's Catarrh Care
Is a constitutional cure. Price, 76a
While we believe in breeding up for
heavy records, yet at the same time we
had rather have our hens average 120
eggs a year, and remain in robust con
dition, than to have their systems
drained of vitality in the race to pass
the 200 mark. Ex.
The egg contains a variety of sub
stances, and so the food of the hen
must be varied accordingly; grain of
different kinds, bone and meat Tege
tables, lime, and one other article
which should never be overlooked, and
that is grit
Flour and water to be aaed In thick
ening a gravy can be much more
quickly and satisfactorily blended- by
the use of an egg beater than by stir
ring with a spoon.
A man can be too confiding in others,
but never too confident in himself.
1148 will buy new Upright piano on
easy payments. Write for catalogues.
Schmoller & Mueller, 1313 Farnam
Faetare Cray far .
Pasture and range are nBCisssry ta
order to keep breedlnj .swine In a
healthy condition and grow' the stock
at a prolt The man who tries to raise
swine under other conditions Is play
ing a losing game, and his balance will
be on the debtor side of the ledger
Just as sure as we have day and night
Although these facts have been vouch
ed for many times by experiment sta
tions and successful swine raisers and
given wide publicity, thousands of
farmers still continue In trying" to
raise hogs in a dry lot with nothing
but corn as a feed, with the expecta
tions of making it a profitable opera
tion. A hog pasture does not mean a dust
lot with possibly a few old weeds off
In one corner, but a good and commo
dious range, and If planned to give the
best results, it will contain a variety
of crops, selected as to their food
value. The pasture should not be so
small that the hog is compelled to eat
his own filth to get the feed. Every
farm should have six to eight acres
of hog pasture fenced purposely for
this use. This is in addition to what
range may be utilized outside at times.
Better far to have a little too much
than not enough. If the crop gets
ahead of the hogs and becomes woody
cut it off with the mower and a new
growth will start This can be done
with many plants and will pay even If
the mowed portion is not gathered.'
The pasture may be greatly fertilized
by this method in many cases. The
enclosure should be divided into two
or three parts, at least so that while
one part Is being pastured, crops may
be growing in the others.
While succulent food Is very essen
tial the year round for growing and
breeding stock, the exercise Is just as
necessary. Pigs confined In pens will
do much better if they have some
green feed, but the results will be
vastly better if the pigs are allowed
range and the chance to gather this
feed for themselves. Any green crop
is much better than no pasture, but
some crops for this purpose are very
much superior to others, and a variety
of crops, even though they 'may be
much alike in composition, are supe
rior to a single crop. Many swine
raisers that appreciate the value of a
hog pasture, do not realize the import
ance of giving attention to variety and
composition of the plants to be used.
In selecting the crops for a hog pasture
consider the composition of the plants
as you would consider the composition
of the grain in a ration. Bear in mind
that certain crops are rich in the food
nutrient protein, that is so essential in
the animal system to build up the
frame and muscles, and Is very neces
sary In the food of breeding stock.
Crops of the opposite nature are rich in
carbohydrates, the heat and fat form
ing compounds. Endeavor to have
some of the former to pasture along
with the latter and the results will be
A bulletin of the Colorado station
thus summarizes the results of tests
of alfalfa as a silage crop: Some tests
were carefully made upon a small scale
to see what losses might be expected
in making silage of alfalfa. One test
was made with the alfalfa put in
whole as cut in the field, the other
with the alfalfa cut into quarter-inch
pieces as we cut our corn for silage.
The whole alfalfa showed a spoiled
layer three Inches thick on the top
and an inch layer around the side
nearly all the way down. The silage
of the bottom and middle was excel
lent and was greedily eaten by the
cows and calves. Its loss in the total
weight was 10.7 per cent, but its loss
in feeding value was probably a little
larger. The other silo was filled with
cut alfalfa. The next day the silo
was covered with two thicknesses of
building paper and one of boards and
weighted with stone to about 55 pounds
per square foot When covered, the
silage was hotter than the hand could
bear. Two days later the tempera
ture .ad fallen to 83 degrees F. and
in two days more had fallen to that of
the air. The silage shrank and set
tled a good deal. When put in It con
tained 33 per cent of dry matter. On
opening, the silo showed 2 Inches of
spoiled silage on top and half an inch
on the sides. The spoiled silage was
7.3 per cent of the total weight The
loss in dry matter was approximately
10 per cent It is fair to presume that
with a good tight silo, well made
silage from cut alfalfa should not make
a larger loss than was here given in
our small experimental silo, or about
10 per cent of its feeding value. To
make good silage from whole alfalfa
is a much harder proposition. It re
quires that the alfalfa be quite green;
that the silo be both tight and deep;
that the alfalfa be thrown into the silo
in small forkfuls and carefully
tramped, and that it be weighted by
four to six feet of some heavy, tight
packing material like cut-corn fodder.
If the alfalfa is put up in the middle
of summer in clear, bright weather,
it most be raked and loaded as fast
as cut One lot we tried was too dry
for silage two hours after it was cut
From Farmers' Review: I send yon
a report of our chickens for the year
1900. Number of hens on hand at be
ginning of year, 45. Number of dozen
of eggs sold during year 225, amount
ing in value to $22.; chickens sold, 112,
valued at 833, chickens used for fam
ily purposes, 55, amounting in value to
816.50; total, $71.50. Number of chick
ens on hand at the beginning of this
year, 190; number available for use,
90; which is just double the number
for the year 1900. This gives the total
income 885 for the product of 45 hens.
Our hens are Barred Plymouth Rocks.
L. E. Shannon.
The inventor of
ments furnished us
figures will lie.
with proof that
California Bates Open to Kveryoae.
The low rates to San Francisco
which the Burlington Route has made
for the Epworth League meeting in
that city in July are open to everyone.
They are the lowest ever known.
From Omaha, for example, the round
trip rate to San Francisco will be only
$45. Return limit August 31. Through
cars will be run and stop-overs allowed,
going and returning.
It Is not too early to make your
plans for the trip. To obtain full in
formation about it write to J. FranclA
General Passenger Agent, Burlington
Route, Omaha, Neb.
A man can be too confiding in
others, but never too confident in him
Tree Wash A good wash is of
ten worth many times what it costs
to apply and will do much toward
preventing the attacks of borers and
other insects. A one pound can of con
centrated lye dissolved in two or
three gallons of water makes a very
good tree waih. Another good wash
can be made of one-half pint of pine
tar, one-half pint carbolic acid, and
two gallons of soft soap. These washes
can easily be applied with an old
whitewash brush or a swab made of
old rags tied on the end of a stick.
These washes should be applied two
or three times to the trunk and large
limbs during the spring and early
New creameries are constantly start
ing up, and some of these are co-operative.
Every new creamery, If started
on a good basis, is of direct interest to
the general public. With the immense
Increase In our population the problem
of supplying a good quality of butter
at existing prices is a hard one to
solve. Certainly the market of the fu
ture will take all of this product it Is
possible to sell. It Is to be hoped that
the Increase of butter supply will keep
pace with the demand, as too high
. A... .1a K.rAve f inftM anS
1 prices lUIil UI6 uuuo w MIT
"Camera leads" who are Intending
to take everythlag In sight at the Pan
American exposition will do well to re
aaesaber that the regulations restrict
tng the sw of cameras on the grounds
of the Pan-American exposition, under
the concessions granted to a private
party , provide that no camera exceed
ing four or Ive inches shall be al
lowed within the gates. Stereoscopic
cameras and tripods -will not be ad
mitted under and circumstances. The
fee for the admission of cameras four
by fire Inches or under will "be 50
cents for a day or $1.50 for a week.
ia Freaa Ireteasl. t
Ireland lost by emigration last year
15,288 souls, an Increase over 1899 of
5,847. Over 82 per cent of these were
between the ages of 15 and 35. Of
the total number of emigrants 37,765
tame to the United States, Great Brit
ain received 6,050, New Zealand 64.
Canada 472 and Australia 834.
He's a Cigarette Plead.
The emperor of China js now said
to be suffering from the effects of too
much tobacco. According to reports
he smokes cigarettes continuously and
as many American cigars as he can
A Msraeto Kxplalaad.
Bryant, Mo., -May 13th. The sensa
tional cure of Mrs. M. A. Goss of this
place has sent a ripple 'of excitement
all over Douglas county, and Dodd's
Kidney Fills, the remedy In question,
are receiving thereby the greatest ad
vertisement any medicine has ever had
in this state.
To satisfy the many Inquiries which
she lads it impossible to answer by
letter, Mrs. Goes has sent the follow
ing statement of her case to the St
"I did not think I could live a day
and suffer as I have lived and suffered
for months, with Sciatica and Rheu
matism. I used baths and liniments
of all kinds. Two physicians treated
me, one of them for two months. Noth
ing helped me in the least I never
slept more than ten or fifteen minutes
at a time. I was bedfast and had to
lie on one side all the time. I used
to wish for death to deliver me from
"A friend suggested Dodd's Kidney
Pills, and after -I had used them a
week I began to improve, and in about
four weeks I could sit up in bed. A
few days later I walked a quarter of
a mile and back. I now do all my own
cooking and housework. The pain
has entirely left me and I am a well
woman. I have taken altogether six
teen boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills.
Dodd's Kidney Pills saved my life.
"Mrs M. A. Goss."
People come for miles to see Mrs.
Goes and hear her wonderful story.
Dodd's Kidney Pills are working mar
velous cures in Missouri.
An actor's ripe experience doesn't
prevent his getting green from jeal
ousy. There are no elevators In the house
Tomll find watered silk In the dry
goods department and dry champagne
among the wet goods.
A Month's Tee Free,
i.. kM wrBa Dr. Basse.
Wto.. Baa MS. for aU bottles at his Basiiautlo Care.
express paM. Beaaaoatoaay. ray mm n carsm.
Sometimes a man thinks himself a
rare genius, but his neighbors call him
Is the title of an illustrated booklet
Just Issued by the Chicago. Milwaukee
A St Paul Railway, descriptive of the
country between Aberdeen and the
Missouri River, a section heretofore
unprovided with railway facilities, but
which Is now reached by a new line of
the Chicago, Milwaukee A St Paul
Railway. Everyone contemplating a
change of location will be Interested
In the Information contained in It and
a copy may be had by sending a two
cent stamp to F. A. Miller, General
Passenger Agent, Chicago. 111.
Ask your grocer for DSFIANCB
STARCH, the only 16 oa. package for
lvcetttav; All other 10-cent starch con
tains only 12 os. Satisfaction
teed or money refunded.
Swswviir s Smuts
tetsaaaurk. U rev deals
IWTV ffHal I MM worth of staple goods free to
spMI I aVePBAaMwoeelatelUinBt man or woman
ta erery eoaaty of the V. S. Write qalck.
MIW tnmaMX Sum. Ct. Jersey City, N, J.
simiiating toeFoodandfietf uia-lalteStowxaiBaDdDowlsof
Otokim,MoiTine nor Mineral.
Apcrfecl Remedy forConsUpa
tton, Sour StosWsth. Diarrhoea
and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
EXACT COPT OT WRAPPER.
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Starts the Meol
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If your dealer
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POOR LITTLE JOHNNY!
AND HIS 'auraiY"!
Small boys, and many times large ones,
and occasionally girls, too, big and little,
suffer terribly irom convulsive pains or
"cramps" in the bowels and stomach
pain so violent that it "doubles up" the
ones attacked, and makes it impossible for
them to stand up.
Some people call it colic, tot most riooext,
pbrfa-spofcefl people call it Mbelrf-aclicw and very
properly, for the seat of the trouble is in the
Dowels, and caused by the violent efforts of the
bowels to rid themselves of something- which
doesn't belong there. The small boy usually
gets it from over-eating or from eating forbidden
fruit, and suffers mostly in the summer time.
Irs spring' now, and "in times of peace, prepare
for war." Let the boys and girls and the big
folks, too. for that matter, clean out the dogged
channels filled with winter bile and putrid undi
gested food, strengthen the 30-feet of bowel
canal, liven up the liver, and "summer belly
aches" will have no terrors, because they won't
happen. The way to make the body ache-proof is to use CASCARETS, gentle, sweet, fragrant
CASCARETS, the perfect system cleaners and bowel strengthenen. ? that anybody in the
family should ever te attacked by belly-ache, keep a box of CASCARETS in the house always, and
temember that all pains and troubles in your insides are
QUICKLY CURED BY
fc LIVER TONIC
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SOLD IN BULK.
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