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THE FRUIT PLANTING SEASON.

WEIGHT IN HORSES.

FATTENING OF CALVES FOR VEAL.

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A TONIC FOR ALL.

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A TONIC FOR ALL. The value of Hall's Wine is so pronounced in so many different cases of weakness and illness that the public might, perhaps, lose sight of the fact that it has just two functions. It is a nervine and a bloodmaker. Naturally, a preparation which-is able to act upon both nerves and blood, as does Hall's Wine, becomes valuable in a considerable list of ailments and disorders. Besides, Hall's Wine is the stand- ard health-bringer in convalescence. Despite this far-reaching adaptability, Hall's Wine is by no means a "cure-all. It is not meant to be. It is not claimed to be. The most sanguine Hall's Wine advertisement does no more than claim for it che success which has been amply testified to by physicians for the past twenty-five years. That success has been a large one, for Hall's Wine has created a standard for itself as the one tonic to be used in cases of ansemia, neuralgia, nervous debility, insomnia, depression, chronic bronchitis, and to insure speedy conval- escence. So delicious that the most fastidious palate de- lights in it; so prompt in action that the first wineglassful shows its power; so economical be- cause of its results that one bottle may be all a person needs—Hall's Wine, at 3/6 for a NEW-SIZE, EXTRA-LARGE bottle is the biggest "bargain" at your wine merchant's, licenced chemists, or licenced grocer's.

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A TONIC FOR ALL.

FATTENING OF CALVES FOR VEAL.