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ITHE CURING OF TOBACCO.

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A TREE'3 SUNNY SIDE.

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SMELL AND LIQUIDS.

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CONCERNING FRUIT. The juices of fruits are highly valuable as a means of exercising the stomach and alimentary canal. Disease-producing germs cannot grow in them to any extent. This is particularly true of the juice of raw fruits. Cooked fruits,' such as baked apples, prune puree, and other soft fruit pulps, may be used without injury if free from cane sugar, and not eaten with cows' milk. Fruit should be taken at regular meal-times, not between meals. It combines especially well with cereal foods. About the only precaution which w I need be given in relation to fruits is that they do not form a good combination with coarse vegetables. This fact explains many cases of serious gastric disturbance. Thoroughly healthy persons do not always need to observe the rule to avoid the use of fruits and vegetables at the same meal, provided ail the food is thoroughly chewed, but invalids, aixi especially persons with dilated stomach or slow digestion, will generally be greatly benefited by observing this precau- tion.

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