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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

T - Tunnl lin ct'ic<l. "T'll take uo more, The trucks are all full up; YniiMl have tn wait another day, So just/ don't feel nut up. .And if you want to know juafc why, We can take no more mis tour. Remember that the train's chook-fnil ' Of Woods' Greet Peppermint Care."* P-« (""--"Hron's FTackine Ooush at Night: Woofa' Qreat .. Pappw-mmt

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. THE HAYMES TROPHY. LAANG v. ALLANSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

CRICKET. — ♦ — - THE HAYMES TROPHY. LAANG v. ALLANSVOKD. Tlit; above teams met at Laang on Saturday in connection with the above competition, witii the following result:— LAANG. I R. Hall, c and I) Burleigh Do E. Vaugiian, run out 1 J"'. Johnstone ,c Burleigh b Uoveuish 1(J B. Batten, b Eales <1 G. Hall, b Burleigh lo i J. Cass, c and 1) Burleigh 12 Chas. Vauglian, b Eales 3 J. Buelianan, b Eales .. .. y.. .. 0 iMc.Joiuistone, not out 8 S. II. Jo.instone, b Kales 2 J. Richardson, b Eales 0 Sundries 2 Total 9S Bowling.—-Eales, live, wickets for 2-1 ' runs; Grant, none for 13; Devenish, one , for ltj: Morgan, none for 15; MeCulluin, j none lor 7; .Burleigh, two for 20. ALLANSEOKD. I G. Boyle, not out 12 — Chiltno, I) Richardson G G. Devenish, b Cass 12 — McCallum, l.b.w b Richardson .. !) — .Morgan, not out 1 Sundries 1 Three wickets for 41

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ONION GROWING AT COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

ONION GROWING AT CutfC. Tliorc is a romance, or at any rate an interesting history, about every branch of fanning, if you look at it in the proper light, and oven in growing such sin unromantic root as the onion. For years Bellarine and l'ortarlington were looked upon as the natural home of the onion, and any effort to grow this crop outside tlie.se areas was regarded as doomed to failure, as, even if they grew, they were said to have no keeping qua lities, especially if grown away from the •sea coast. Time lias disproved these theories, and now C'olac is the largest onion producing district in Australia, being largely helped to that position by iho ravages caused by "eelworm" in the older districts. The pioneer in this in dustry was M r. T. Maker, of Coragulac Mouse, Cubic, who seized the opportu nity, when Cororooke Estate was sub divided and sold in lySo, to secure some i f the licli black soil, which ho had long believed would jirow onions to perfec tion. The best blocks were of...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOUNT NOORAT v. PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

I -MOUNT NOOKAT v. l'OKT FAIRY. , A return mutch between Mount , Noorat and l'ort Fairy clubs was played at Terang on Thursday last, Mount iNoorai winning by the narrow margin of one run. Following are the scores:— I MOUNT i\ (JURAT. I \V. Banies, b Dan Moloney .... -1 E. Long, c Dave Molontoy b D. | McLellan 10 1'. \oung. l.b.w. b A. McEaehern 20 G. A.slett, t: .MeCalluni b McEachern 0 A. Long, b D. McLellan 9 C. Clarke, b D. McLellan 7 \Y. Beechey, b McEachern 12 S. Clarke, b D. MoLellau 0 Overson, b McEachern 1 D. Cnrdic, run out 8 R. Barr, not out 2 Sundries 1 . Total 7-1 : Howling.—A. McEachern, four wic kets for 29 runs; Dun Moloney", one for 1(J; D. McLellan, four for 28. POET FAIRY. I - McKechnie, c Aslett b Barnes .. 2 Dan Moloney, c and b Barnes .... Hi A. McEaehern, b Aslett 9 D. McLellan, b Barnes 7 Dave Moloney, not out 12 It. McLellan, c A. Long b Barnes .. 15 ! K. McCallum, b Aslett 3 . I'. Powell, b Aslett 2 , N. MeKeehnie, b Barnes 0 j D. Quinine, run out 0 11. IJea...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

DENTAL. W. A. PARRAMORF, L.D.s.,n.n.s DENTIST, TERANG. MR. PARRAMORE may be Consulted at liis Rooms in Shadforth Street, opposite tlio Wlieatsheaf Hotel, daily (ex cept Friday). A Limited Number of White Leghorn Cockerels for salo; Bertlesmier's Roseworthy winners, Purvis' Rose vor thy winners (winter test), Swift and Brown liurnley winners. Price, 51 cach.—W. G. Osburno. pOLAC RYE GRASS! Ono of the Finest Samples wo have seen for years. Grown on old pastures. Per fectly clean, and a nice full seed. On sale at Montgomery and Bradshaw's.* THOR SALE.—Hornsby-Aekroyd Oil Engine, 2£-h.pi ; suitf Tfannor for chaff-cutting; cheap. This OIKco. IMPERIAL o-h.p. Stationary Petrol Engine, almost new. Full particu lars 011 application to T. WALLS and CO., Terang. LOST.—From Noorat: Fifteen Sheep. Reward. Apply J. J. Gillies and Co.. Noorat. i PICTURE FRAMING, Furniture Re pairs. Upholstering, etc.—WALLS, | Terang, Maryborough and Geelong. LOST, STOLEN or STRAYED from Dalgety's Yards on Monday e...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

a. je^icipis, U&EERTAKE??, •EKANG AND CAMPER DO WIS Tkk.->ng, Ca.mI'ekdow.n & District. AT YOUR CONSTANT SKRVICK DON'T I'OIvGii'i In this paiticular line of business. Now in Stuck, a large and most com plete ran^e of Caskets, both plain and polished wood to choose from. Finish ed complete in Two Houis Notice. Price, Quality of Work and Finish Unsurpassed. Direct personal Super vision. Cabinet Work, Upholstering, French Polishing. Furniture Uepaired and .Renovated equal to new, Address—Bayr.o St., Terang Opp. Co operative Timber Yards, Phone No. 70 Tetany j| WALL PAPERS. Wo Havo Just Landed, Direct From England and America, —A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF— ——PAPER, 11 AN G J i\ G 3, Comprising over Two Thousand Pieces of tiio Newest Designs and Colourings lu —PLAIN and PRINTED GOODS. - —Prices: From -id. to 2,0 per Roll.— Inspection Invited. P A I N T S In Shades to Match any Paper Selected. -STAINS, POLISHES, Etc., FOR —FliiusITUllE and FLOORS.— (A. 11. CLARKE) HOUSE PA...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

obibnt line of royal mail STEAMERS For London, via Adelaide, Fremant!©* (W.a.). Colombo (for India), Egypt,' f{apl , Toulon, Gibraltar, and Piy niont i <;ieatntr Tons j Leave j London. 31 i * f _ r i ... »Dofed on application. Pleimirrt or Business Trips on the (Jowt to I'Vemantlo, Adelaide, Sydney tr Brisbane quoted on application. The local Agents will supply Circu fcrj OT further information oil applica tion. . P.iva!;" troii'. any Port may hp pro 0 n.ii'10 Osterley Duma Orsova Uroioncs Orvicios i April 29 June 21 ; May 13 raid here. * D. L. DOWDELL, Branch Manager, 312 Collins Street, Melbourne. Ucft] Ajront: GEO. A'JKTNS. Terang.' And rorii'Uluiy Thereafter. 7te st-oaiiior.s of the Orient Line are flttad with fill modern and up to date appiiincr-i for tbo safety and comfort of pnwoit(?ers. Passengers carried in all Classes. Third Class accommodation, Sloepi ig Booms. Dininp Roori.s, Deck accommo dation and Cnisino a specialty. Uminii the World Kates via Canada; Unite...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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KILL THAT FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

KILL imi FLY. -r Few people realise the danger in curred every summer from the com monest of all pests—the house-fly. A very able and authoritative article in "Pearson's Magazine" tells in strik ing fashion how the flay carries di sease and is a peril to life. " 1'l.us must be killed." says th: writer ; h;-re, briefly set forth, are the thief reasons which render their wholesale destruction imperative. "Tli3 ily breeds in till n of all kinds. ■'"A s'nglc ily iays about 100 eggs ut a time ; it may be. succecded by twelve generations ; the total possi ble progeny of one fly during on~! season amounts to (he -staggering total of ,240,310.720,000,000, 000,000. "The ni hecl.cd ue\x"o;nicnt of one fly through twc-l.'fi generations— each female ily r. r: .Itv lays fo:r batches of eggs—would r.a'-.o a u:aj.; of flics considerably larger than the total mars of the earth. "'The fly first takes disease germs in'.o its digestive system, entangle-, them on his feet, wings, and body : then it fii...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

F.TARANTO, Fruiterer and ConfeGtiGrcer, HIGU STREET, TERANG. ALL CHOICEST FRUITS ill Season. Tlio Bust Imported and Colonial CONFECTIONERY always on hand. Only tlio very best SOFT DRINKS and CORDIALS "kept in largo variety. Great Variety Of CHRIST-MAS PRESENTS and FANCY BOXES Just Arrived. Everything Stocked is tho Very Best. NOTE MY ADDRESS, AND PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. MECHANICS FRUIT CAFE. The Western District Factories' Go-apsrativa Produce Gompan Limited DESIRE to Intimato to Farmers in tho Surrounding District that they liavo arranged to MARTvET FARM PRODUCE during th0 forthcoming season. ORDERS aro now being received for BAGS, BINDER TWINE Etc. A BRANCH OFFICE has been open ed at Royal Chambers, lvepler Street, Warrnainbool, undor tho management of MR. J. J. ORlt. HEAD OFFICE: 57 KING STREET, MELBOURNE. TERANC REPRESENTATIVES: GO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Terang. Woods' Grent Peppermtnt Cure. For Coughs and Colda.—!/(}»* TO LIN McLICOD wishes to intimate to U tho Residents ut tlit' No...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARKETS. TERANG STOCK MARKET. Monday, 16th March, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

MARKETS. ^.. TERANG STOCK MARKET. Monday, lGtli March, 1914. 501 cattle and 133 sheep forward. Fat Cattle.—08 forward. Values ruled lirm at late rates. Prime fat cows, £7 10/ to £8 15/; good do., £G to £7 5/; light weignts from £0; old fleshy cows, £-1 to £-1 15/. Dairy Cattle.—Except for best descriptions the market ruled dull, and values were decidedly in favor ol buyers. Best cows in full profit and springing, £7 10/ to £8 10/; others from £5; best forward springing heifers and vows, £0 10/ to £7 15/: small from £5; backward .sorts fioni £1. Store Cattle. Values unaltered. Forward store cows, £3 JO, to £1 10/ ; old and inferior from £1 /-j. Young Cattle.—Values ruled in favor of buyers. Heifers, 1.1 years old, extra good, to £2 19/; yearlings from 30/; poddies from IS/ to 27/0. Sheep.— Market unaltered. Fat 2-tooths, 15/0; wethrs, 1-1/11; weaners from 10/11 to 121'.). Next weekly stock sale oil Mon day, 23rd March, 191-1. Dalgety ami Co. Ltd. report having yarded 253 cattle, of w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

iilGKED HIS HACK. J "I ricked my back severely and was I unablo to stand upright," writes Mr. Thos. H. Malier, Ebland, Vic. "I Had seen Chamberlain's Pain Balm I'd vertised for strains, and thougut I would seo what it would do for itk>. Tho first application gavo mo relief, and 1 was quito myself again after using only a quarter of a bottle." TAKE NO OTHER. "For nine years I suffered with a liver disorder and tried numerous medi cines, obiain.ng very littlo relief," writes Miss Esther J. Coles. Major's Creek, N.S.W. '"After taking Cham berlain's Tablets regularly for a fort i.igiit I found 1 was greatly benefitted, and am now completely restored to health. My father, who is 70, is an inval.d ana is troubled with constipa tion, but has obtained the greatest benofifc from Chamberlain's Tablets. Rather than uso any other medicine wt> have often sent into Braidwood, that is twenty miles away, for ChamOer lain's Tablets." Sold by H. P. Ben nett, Chemist, Terang. It is proposed to i...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERIOUS BUSH FIRE IN LAANG. LAANG, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

SERIOUS BUSH FIRE SN LAANG. i LAANG, Saturday. The hot weather 'oi' the past week was responsible lor the most serious outbreak of lire tliat lias occurred here for many years. Starting about midday 011 Mon day to the northward of Mr. Bennett's property, and helped by a strong wind; it was soon in Mrs. Thorburn's paddock, and it was only by the gallant efforts of . willing workers that tlio garden and ' liouse were saved. Travelling westwards ; across Messrs. Buck's, Millard's, Ben- ! nett's and Nicholson's properties, the ! lire destroyed practically all their grass and fencing. Mr. Bennett is a heavy loser, as practically all his fencing and grass were destroyed, and his lino or chard su.(fered severely. Mr. Nicolson was also unfortunate, as his house and garden and all the other buildings are in ruins. Mr. Hall's property had a miraculous escape. Three different days tlio fire was in the paddock, when the ] wind mercifully came to the rescue. | This writer would here like to ente...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THREATENING BEHAVIOUR. A SON MENACES HIS MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

J THREATENING BEHAVIOUR. A SON MENACES HIS MOTHER. Before Mr. M. Quinn and Dr. Desail lv, J's.P., at the Camperdown Court of Putty Sessions on Thursday, Francis Jaincs Holland, who was formerly a school teacher, was charged with most violently and maliciously threatening and declaring that he would murder Ellen Holland, his mother. The com plaint continued: "And tlio said Ellen Holland is afraid that t;he said Francis James Holland will do ner grievous bodily injury." Tho defendant pleaded not guilty. Senior Constable Arthur said that the accused was living with his mother at a lonely place, about one mile and a half along the Terang road. On Saturday night last Holland got an axe and be gan to chop down the house. Holland threatened to assault his mother. On a former occasion lie seized her by the throat, and threatened to choke her. She was afraid of liini. The defendant was lockcd up, and had been on remand since Monday last. Ellen Holland, widow, swore that the defendant was her...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GARVOC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

GARVOG RUES. Tho annual meeting of tho Garvoo jjaci,)g Club was held 011 Saturday after last. The attendance, notwith standing counter attractions at Geelong aiid ^ arrnambool, was a record luic, and the gates showed a good increase. 1 he weather was deligtit lul. and the track in excellent order. There were fair lields in all tlio events excepting tiJo Steeplechase, which was rcallv a liasco, as only two horses faced tin. "starter, and one. baulked and tho I nlher fell at the first fence. Eventually ' one of the starters, Paxski, completed ilie course, the other, Cuach, absolutely lousing to jump tho second fence. Tin.' Trial Stakes was won by Mr. (jL>ll. O/Iicer's American bred maro Or nate, Minnie, the favorite, running '' I'lnilcr.-. made Lord Fyans a hot favo jjlc for the Htirdio Knee, but he ran a hairy dog, and Wasseea won eas ilv from Kose °f Falkirk. The hurdles HXie very badly put up, as after tho ln.4 round it was practically a flat race. Kubibinokka fell at the second...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAMPERDOWN PICNIC RACES. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

CAMPERDOWN PICNIC RACES. THE HANDICAPS. Tiro following arc the handicaps for the (,'aniperdown Picnic races, to bo held oil Thursday next, March 19:— Maiden Hack Race.—Trooper, Amor phics, Keder Khan, Black Bird, Tau exter, Corkup, Anaru, Gold Dust, Almost, Milo, Teddy Bear, lOst. Bracelet Stakes.—Dixie Jack (late Lavender), 11.7; Beaucatclior, 11. <1; Reelstar, lied Kirk, 1U.6'; Amorphus, Keder Khan, Gold Dust, Taurexeter, Mossmau, 10.0. tit. Patrick's Day Handicap.—Isabel J., Wiridgil, 13.'J; W'iri Wiri 13.3; Loch Park, Herniesley, Dixie Jack, 11.3; Anon, 11.0: Portico, Max Croix, "White Anns, Bellair, Ileelstar, J.0.5; Keder Klian, Auaru, Bugle Call, Tuurexeter, 10.0. j Novelty Pony llace.—Ruby, 8.3, scr.; i Wee Bow, 8.0, <18;yds. bhd.; Blue Flag, i 8.0, 48 yds. bhd.; Graft, 8.11, 72 yds. bhu.; Bow K., 8.0, 72 yds. bhd.; Rag time, 9.0, 72 yds. bhd.; Lady Ethel, 9.5, 72 vds. bhd.; Gordon, 8.0, 84 yds. bhd.; Taako, 8.0, S-l yds. bhd.; Tim, 8.0, 8-1 yds. bhd.; ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GROSS CRUELTY. HOESE STABBED WITH PITOHFORK. YOUTH FINED £10. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

GROSS CRUELTY. IIOESE STABBED WITH PITOH FOltK. YOUTH FINED £10. During u fit of temper, William O'Brien, aged l'J, .stabbed a horse at North .Station with a pitchfork. Tho injuries were of such a fearful nature that the animal died. On Wednesday ' morning, at tae Mortlake Police i Court, O'Brien was lined £10, in de fault three months' imprisonment, for j his cruelty. Mr. Cohen, P.M., presided, | and Sub-Inspector Beckmun prosecuted, i whilst O'Brien was undefended. Tho charge was that O'Brien did unlawfully . and maliciously kill a horse at North Sta- j tion on 13th February, the property of W. 'J'. Manifold. I The circumstances ol the charge were briefly outlined by Sub-Inspector Beck inau, who said proceedings were institu ted under Section 211 of the Crimes Act. Defendant was 19 years of age, and had been in tho employ of W. T. . Manifold. A week prior to the act tak- ! ing place O'Brien gave notice of his intention of leaving. The day before he should have left ho was feeding ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

SPORTING. Some of the distances on thfi. Gs' courso require checking. Tbe b Stakes, six furlongs, was timed in L '2-oths, and the Hurdle 15ace, two was made 3.-1-j. Either horses ia - Western district are developing ip nonienal burst of speed, or the traci: short. Tlio Garvoe Steeplechase on Satnri was not exactly an advertisement-fct' jumping horses <jf the "Western dm"-' Only two horses, Paxski and C&. were left in the race, and while stopped at the first Gnach came i"' Moonoy, the rider, was quickly up going at the second fence. CaS. stopped and Mooncy came off again:2 j had another go, but this timet-" baulked off 011 the other side ot fence. \Y. J. Burris then had a persuade C'uaeh to negotiate the c cle, but he, too, was nearly baulked There was great merriment anion? onlookers at Mooney's expense, was subsequently discovered tliat iifj; broken his collarbone when the t' fell. Paxski, after refusing the ?:?- \ fence once, went round, ami bis un collected all...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEVTESBURY SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

HEVTESBURY SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1914. C. Underwood. An apology was recei\ - . ed for the absence of Cr. J- Staugh ton. From Public Health Department, re wYiole.soiiienes.s of iish supply, and ask ing that the Council exercise strict supervision over the matter.—.Received.' From fame, with regain to the ques tion of cleaning drinking glasses, and inviting the attention of the Council to regulations made by the Board.—Re ferred to the Inspector. From' the .Secretary for Lands, re questing tiiat the necessary investiga- j lions should be made bv the Couiuil wit»h a view to ascertaining the condi tion of the areas of frontage reserves in the Shire already planted with marram grass, and those requiring planting.— Referred to the Engineer. From Department of Public Works, informing that t.ie .Minister had ap . proved of the allocation of a sum of j C419 5/8, Council to expend £38 111. 1 joint work with Hampden and AVarr | nambool Shires. Road Vote: Roads :n I South and West...

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WHAT TO DO. SOME SIMPLE SUGGESTIONS FOR SUMMER ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

SOME SIMPLE SUGGESTIONS FOR SUMMER ACCIDENTS. Sunstroke-—Remove to a vhjdy 1 la"e. Lay the patient down, head Jcvel with tody, and loosen tight clothing. Pour cold water on hsad and face. Hub the body, ii' possible, wi;h a piece of ice. In prostration from sunstroke apply heat to the hands and feet. StdtTness.—When returning from a 1 n.~ walk or row rub down briskly vith alcohol—methylated spirits will i'.o. A cold bath is often eflcctive, but it should always be followed by a good rub down. Stifincss will socn [•ass away if you disregard it and keen cn at the exercise. Chills.—If you get. a chill through being wet or through sitting in a cold place when very hot with esertion, put the feet into a pail of water as hot as can be borne in which a handful of mustard has been dissolved ; go to bed under a liberal supply of blankets, and take a hot driii';, lemonade or Jamaica rum being the best. Stings and Bites.—Whether ot tecs, wasps, hornets, centipedes, spiders, tarantulas or any in...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 March 1914

fightixo for BKEATH' ,Iji "My little hoy was a nini'tvr ^ colds and cou^kb," snvs Mrs ^ rt-'li. Lak,-S Crook. J^.c-khnnipf0"^! At times ho bas heeii so J'!*. have found him fijiluinn 'i,r , 'yf Since i started '1',u !''<«£? lain s Coufjh Remedy T do ;,i • over his coughs .for f kno«' ' u-i couplo of (lo>cs will civc him ,nl'n 0 roliof." Sold by H. P. Hennr"-^ : Strict, Toranjf. When planting Seeds, obtain ' ^ —F. H. BrwninR's rncompsra'110' Agent: A. W. Bmith.* I

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