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88 well as Beautifies

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What is Scott's Emul

NOTES sion ? It is the best cod-liver oil, Milwaukee's Board of Education has col.

lected statistics as to the use of the rod in the partly digested, and com- public schools of that city and finds that out bined with the hypophos

of 35,000 pupils only 500 were switched last
year. The ratio of switched to unswitched

was so small that the Board has concluded phites and glycerine. What

that there is no use in retaining the rod, and will it do? It will make it is reported that it is likely to soon disappear

from the schools of Milwaukee. the poor

blood of the anæmic rich and red.

EFFECT OF CLIMATE ON MIND. It will give nervous energy

The past four years of a life given to scien.

tific investigation bave been devoted to deterto the overworked brain and mining the influence of climate as touching

mental and moral energy. Of these last, the nerves. It will add flesh to first two years were spent in California,

Arizona, Texas and the Mexicos, while the the thin form of a child,

two just past have been occupied with inves. wasted from fat-starvation.

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processes of students in Michigan public

schools were found to be the more profound,
Removes Tan, deliberate, and therefore slow, than those of

states west of the Father of Waters. The like
Moth Patches,

conditions exist also in Florida, but in lesser
Rash and Skin
diseases, and degree. In contrast with these vicinity facts,
every blemish
on beauty,

it is noted that in Kansas, Nebraska, Texas,
and defies de California and neighboring regions the mental
tection. On its
virtues it has

processes are more instantaneous. Here the
stood the test

student mind is more suited to such studies as
of fordy-eight
years; no can be memorized. There is also a correspond
other has and
is so harmless,

ing lack of capacity for protr ted logical
we taste it to effort.
be sure it is
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We feel so

dren think quickly, but not profoundly. The
sure that
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This offer is made not only to secure an increased circle of readers, but to introduce the Five-Cent Classics into every school in the land. Once introduced, we know they will always be used.

Under no circumstances can this offer be extended after June 30, 1898, so we

advise you to act accordingly.

Address as follows, sending cash with subscriptions,






50 Bromfield St.

63 Fifth Ave.

378 Wabash Avo.

809 Market St.

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