A Simple Remcdj for Wliooplng Cough. Say.s a writer n the Chicago ínter Ocuan : "When I read or hear of death caused by whooping eough, I always wish they could have takeu the íbllowing simple rcinedy, by tlie side of which tne word 'failure' has never been written. It cured me and my ehild and cured my neighbora' childrcD, and last spring a lady wrote to me tliat lier five children had whooping cough. the two younger he f'eared would die. I sent this receipt as soon aS I could, and, bye and bye the word carne, "it helped thera immediately." And now, for the sake of your little ones, treasure this receipt : Crush a toacupful of sunflower ucedn ; put them in a quart of water ; ammer it down to a pint (keepin it closely covered), then add pint of' brandy and une pouud of loaf sugar, then bottle f'or use. Dose from a few drops for ;in inlant of a few weeks to a teaspoonful f'or a cbild of 12 years. Give, in severe unce in two hours until it nffords relief, afterward uot so often.