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THE CELINA DEMOCRAT, CELINA, OHIO
IS GUILD CROSS, .FEVERISH, SICE took, Mother! If tongue Is coated, give "California Syrup of Figs." Children love thin "fruit Inxntiv lid not til nu elso clfiiiiNi'H Hii- tender stomach, liver nnd bowels so nicely. A child simply will licit stop playing to empty iIhvIiowcIn, mid the rewult Is they become filthily clogged will) waste, liver Rets sluggish, Htoinueb sours, fli.'ti your lit t lu one become cross, half-sick, feverish, don't ent Bleep or net nntunilly, hrenth In bud system full of cold, has sore thront, momach-nche or diarrhea. Listen, Mother I See If tongue Is coated, then give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Fins'" and In a few hours ull the constipated waste, sour bile -and undigested food pusses out of the sys tern, nnd you have a well child again. Millions of mothers Rive "Callfornlu Syrup of Flits" because It Is perfectly harmless; children love it, nnd It nev er falls to uct on the stomach, liver and bowels. Ask nt the store for n M-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all nites nnd for grown-ups plainly prluted on the bottle. Adv, Mixed Up. Stelln called on her newly married rlend Itella und found her attired In businesslike overall, while her arms Wre full of fashion papers and cook iery books. "Hello!" (die exclaimed. "Whnt are jyou going to make?" "Some cakes," replied the young wife, proudly. "But why have you got those fash Ion papers as well as the cookery books?" "You see," confessed Bella, rather (Shamefacedly, "I'm a bit of a novice at cooking. Tell me, do you make cakes from a recipe or a pnttern?" CUTICURA IS SO SOOTHING ,To Itching, Burning Skins It Not Only Soothes, but Heals Trial Free. Treatment: Bathe the affected sur face with Cutlcura Soap nnd hot wa ter, dry gently nnd apply Cutlcura Ointment. Repeat morning nnd night This method affords Immediate relief, and points to speedy healment. They are ideal for every day toilet uses. Free sample each by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept L Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv. Good Old Patrons. Willis Do you think a knowledge tof the Bible Is necessary for a busi ness man nowadays? Glllis Yes, indeed; ignorance of it cost Bump, the mall-order man, a hun dred last week. Some fellow copied a lot of names out of Chronicles and sold It to Bump as a mailing list and Bump Bent out circulars of his new safety frazor to half a hundred patriarchs of the Old Testument before he got wise, i Judge. ACTRESS TELLS SECRET. A well known actreBS gives the follow ing recipe for gray hair: To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Hum, a small box of Itarbo Compound, and 14 oz. of glycerine. Any druggist can put this up or you can pnlx It at home at very little coat. Full directions for making and use come in each box of Barbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and make It soft and glossy. 11 will not color the scalp, is not stick or greasy, and does not rub off. Adv. Shining Example. "The forehead In the case of an In tellectual man, and a studious man especlully, Is likely to heighten after thirty." Ah, yes, of course. There is the case of Robert Fltzsimmous, actor. Dear old Bob I They sny he Is tremen dously studious. Studies for weeks to commit to memory : "Strike this ten der womun If you dare," or some othet great line In the play. Louisville Courier-Journal. LIFT YOUR CORNS OFF WITH FINGERS How to leaser) a tender corn or callus so It lifts out without pain. Let folks step on your feet hereafter ; wear shoes a size smaller if you like, for corns will never again send electric sparks of pain through you, according to this Cincinnati authority. He says that a few drops of a drug jealled freezone; applied directly upon a tender, aching corn, instantly re lieves soreness, and soon the entire com, root and all, lifts right out This drug dries at once and simply hrivels up the corn or callus without ven Irritating the surrounding skin. A small bottle of freezone obtained at any drug store will cost very little but will positively remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. If your druggist hasn't stocked this new drug yet, tell him to get a small bottle of freezone for you from his wholesale drug house. adv. Strong Material. The professor was speaking to the class regarding Iron and steel for building construction. "What Is the strongest material which can be put Into a house?" he asked. "Llmburger cheese," promptly re plied the boy, speaking from experi ence. This Will Interest Mothers. Mother Oray's Sweet Powders for Children fir FeTerlabness, Headache, Bad Stomach, i-etlilnfr Disorders, move and regulate ih Bowels and destroy worms. They break tip Colds In 24 hours. ThT are so pleannnt to take children like them. Used by mothers for SO rears. All DrllKtrlt'a, 25c. Sample FRKK. Address, Mother Gray Co., Le Roy, N. T. Adv. Mum's tho Word. Doctor Something wrong with the Jaby? Mother Yes, doctor; he got hold of an old dictionary some way, and phewed up two pages out of .it. "Did you give him an emetic?" "Yes, doctor, but I cau't get a'worfl ut of him 1" Uncle Sam Searching for. German Submarine Base WASHINGTON. A systematic Investigation has been started by American government oMIHiiIh for the purpose of Hulling out where the German sub marines believed to he operating off the coast of South America are obtaining tained on some out-of-the-way island In the Cnrrlhenn sen. It Is ltnown thnt German Interests control considerable oil deposits near Tainpico, where the principal British supply Is also located. It Is realized, however, that these German-owned fields would be of no use to the German subinurliies unless ships could be obtained to transport the supply, and It Is realized also that the only facilities for transporting It would he those afforded by American or neutral ships, there being iio German merchant vessels available for the purpose. While all ships tuklng on oil at any port ore supposed to get clearance pnpers for a definite port or destination, It is suspected that some of these lire stopping at some secret base and there depositing some of their oil cargo. Mexican port authorities of easy conscience, it is suspected, are, certifying, for a consideration, to "short" cargoes whereas in fuct the vessels under suspicion may be clearing with full cargoes. In this way, It Is pointed out, the vessels could dispose of part of their oil en route without there being a discrepancy between the amount of the cargo certified to at the polut of departure and the urnouut deposited at the final port of destination. Equestrian Indian Statue for National Capital AT LAST the national capital may hnve one equestrian Indlun statue, a site for which Is suggested In the Smithsonian grounds between the Smith sonian buildings ud the New Natlonul museum, if the proposal made by FrunkJun Steele, Jr., a Washington au- tho'Jty on sculpture, Is carried out. This statue Is "The Scout," the work of Cyrus E. Dallin, standing nbout ten feet hlgji. For this statue Mr. Dallin received a gold medal at the Funama-raclfic exposition. It is temporarily located in Kansas City, having been recently cast In bronze. A Sioux brave Is shown on his pony, and so Impressive is the work nnd so true to type that when a num ber of Sioux Indians saw the effigy they cried out, "Lakotn," meaning "the Sioux." The proposal for having this statue placed in some Washington park fs thus outlined by Mr. Steele, as follows: "If this statue could be acquired by the city it would add greatly to our ornamental features und would, no doubt, meet with the approval of the fine nrts commission. An Ideal place to locate, if we are fortunate enough to secure It, would be In the grounds of the Smithsonian Institution, where it could stand out boldly between It nnd the New National museum, standing, as It does, ten feet high. Evidently tills statue of the Indiaa swut represents un aborigine of early days. "Before the statue in question is disposed of there should be an effort on the part of the people of this city to add this fine work; of art to othr orna mentations of beautiful Washington." White House Policeman Ml OPING Thera Eight, cr Spotting 1 title for one chapter in the life of uniformed officers who stand guard nt DOW SWEET-' PEACH -MNT MOID MY ARM OR THEY tU TrtlflK HfE ARE rtntflieD- In "spotting" the newly weds the moment they enter the White House grounds. If he is on the inside, the moment they mount the steps and come Inside the storm doors Dnlrymple gets their number. He says there are no fixed rules for "spotting" the honeymooners. "You Just simply know It It must be intuition," he said. "But they rarely ever get by without being recognized. "What is my formula? That's a hard question. "You see that couple strolling down this way?" the policeman asked, as he pointed to a young fellow and girl headed toward the executive offices some distance away. The man was holding the girl's arm, and they were looking into each other's faces ns they strolled ulong. "They ore not married," Dulrymple explained. "There are many other persons In the White House grounds now, nnd they know It The average newly wed is self-conscious, and while proud of the fact that he is married, always is trying to conceal It He wouldn't dare catch the arm of his bride in crowded grounds like these. Neither would er"a gaze Into the other's eyes while in company. They think that such an act would easily label them s Just married. "Even If they did not say a word, seven times out of each ten you would be able to spot a recently married pair by their clothing. Whenever you see a girl with, gray shoes, stockings, dress and hat to match, you can bet your lust dollar that she's a bride. But few women that.come to the Whlto House ever have complete costumes, each garment and piece matching the other In detail, unless they are part of their trousseau." Crack in New Quarter Makes It Seem Counterfeit A CRACK In the edge of a coin which deadened the sound when the piece of metal was dropped on a marble or wooden surface, so worried some honest resident of Maine that he sent it to President Wilson and asked that the money experts of the government examine it and see where the trouble Ires. It was one of the new "two-bit" pieces. The Maine resident thought It was counterfeit, and when the coin was tested by the amateurs at the White House executive offices, they, too, agreed with him. One of the secret service men at tached to the executive mansion was told of the existence of the alleged spurious piece of money. "now do you know it Is not genuine?" he asked. "Because It does not 'ring when tossed on a table," was the reply. "Ten to one that It's genuine, and I haven't seen It," was the expert's answer. He took the new coin, placed It under a magnifying glass, and a tiny crack on the edge, which the glass developed Into a huge gap, was seen. The secret service man Inserted the point of a knife blade and further opened It "The coin is genuine," he said. "It has not been out long enough to be counterfeited yet" The new 25-cent piece was returned to the Dark Harbor, Me., resident, with the information that the money wns perfectly good. TAKEN FROM EXCHANGES The women who embroider or knit a bracelet has been Invented to which is swlveled a holder for a ball of silk or yurn. Statistics for Massachusetts show that 63 per cent of all arrests and 67 per cent of all Imprisonments are for drunkenness. The mineral resources of Mexico In clude gold, silver, copper, coal, plat inum, gruphlte, petroleum, asphalt, so lium and nv.irble. their supply of fuel oil und provisions. Niivitl experts'.who have been con sulttd have expressed the conviction that the only possible sources of the oil supply are in ' the oil fields of Tamplco, Mexico, or in the United States. American or other neutral tank ships are suspected of being the medium through which oil is conveyed to the submarines. Naval odlcers are also convinced that one or more Ger man submarine buses are being main If' If a 1 i y X I 2k 13 Always Picks Newlyweds Newlyweds," would be nn excellent Policeman C. E. Dulrymple, one of the the doors of the executive offices of the White House, and who probably has welcomed more newly married couples thnn any other individual in Wash ington ever has seen. Dnlrymple has been on duty nt the White House since 19011. It Is said that nine out of every ten bridal couples thut come to Washington on their honeymoon visit the White House. As Dulrymple is on duty in the daytime, he "catches" thera all. His 13 years of duty at the exec utive offices hus made him an adept COUNTERFEIT By the Introduction or ventilating de vices a lead smelter works In Hungary reduced the illness among its em ployees from 75 per cent to 3 per cent The floss of a rubber vine growing in the Bahamas has been woven In Ger many into the lightest textile yet known that is suitable for life pre servers. Post and telegraph charges have been advanced in Austria in order to raise the interest otf the war loans. It is expected in this way to raise $18,270, 000 In additional revenue. Uncle Sam's Annual ' 'Tea Party' 9 Keeps Beverage up to Standard 1 ".r Ul.. Anthony J. Schindler, an expert of New York, testing and classifying taste and smell, at Uncle Sam's annual Cncle Snm'g annual "ten pnrty," as it Is popularly termed In treasury de- I partment circles, but which is officially j known us the yearly meeting or tne I L'nlted States board of teu experts, ' was held recently nt the Federal I'ub i lie stores In New York. This board, which was crented n der the tea uct of March 2, 1897, an nually tests nnd Inspects sufficient nnnntltles of the Imnorted leaf to j reach a final determination as to the standards to be used in the succeeding 12-month period. Tea Importers all over the country submit samples of their importations and from these the experts set the standards. Hundreds of white china tencups are set on the gas ranges In the rooms of the New York official tea examiner. WOMEN MAY VEAR F1SHSK1N FROCKS Uncle Sam's Experts Believe That This Is Not at All Unlikely. TO BE CHEAP AND DURABLE Creatures of the Sea May Be Called Upon to Aid In Combatting High Cost of Cloth and Leather. Women's frocks of flshskln. A weird Idea, truly. Yet, if experiments now being made under the direction of Uncle Sam i through the department of commerce I prove as successful as is expected, gowns of such material may before 1 long become fashionable. They will be a novelty; they will j be handsome and becoming. What more likely, it is asked, than that the makers of the styles will accept the notion and do what they can to pop ularize It? Government experts declare that the skins of many species of fishes, prop erly tanned and otherwise prepared, would afford durable and beautiful stuffs for dresses. Those of sharks would furnish an exquisite leather for ludies' shoes, Along the Yukon river, In Alaska, the native women use salmon skins for clothing. After removing the scales, the skins are stripped off in as big pieces as possible, dried, nnd worked with a scraper until pliable. When finished they are very soft, tough and durable, resembling kid. Dresses described as quite beauti ful are made from fishskins by wom en in the Amur river region of Siberia the fabric ornamented with cut-out pieces dyed in various colors, sewn on, and arranged in fanciful pattern. A month's labor may be required to pro duce such a gown, each woman trying to outdo her neighbors in the tasteful decoration of her costume. All of the cutting out is done with a knife (scis sors being unknown to those primi tive people), and the sewing Is accom plished with a sort of thread made of flshskln. Cheap and Durable. With the help of processes of civ ilized Invention, American manufac turers, it Is believed, could turn out flshskln cloths adaptable to a great variety of purposes. Their cheapness and durability would recommend them strongly to most women ; and their at tractiveness to the eye, where the more expensive qualities were concerned, would quickly obtain for them the favor of fashion. The skins of the anaconda, largest of all the American tropical serpents, are now utilized for motor coats, which, flexible and soft, and preserv ing Indefinitely their scaly luster, are guaranteed never to wear out Such garments only four skins are re quired to make a coat are described GATHERED FACTS Only about 30 per cent .of the na tives of Spain are able to read and write. The bark of the black mangrove, a tree growing abundantly in the Ba hamas, has been found to yield an ex cellent tanning material. Camel? bred especially for speed can travel as much as 90 miles a day. The manufacture of oil from birch bark Is becoming an Important indus try of th southern states. 5 We i : t - ", o -5' 1 ". of the tea-testing bureau of the port a sample of tea by his senses of "tea party." In them specified quantities of the sumples are boiled until In the Judg ment of the watching experts they ure ready for test They ure then sam pled by smell, taste nud appearance for artificial coloring and any other matter that might injure the public hen 1th. The high standard of purity main tained for the safety of the American tea drinkers Is shown by the official report of the government's supervis ing tea expert Out of the 100,030,520 pounds examined in all the ports of the country only 1.C14 per cent was re jected on account of being below the standard. Of this 1.612 per cent on ac count of being of "Inferior quality," hence below standard, and 0.00107 for artificial coloring. as "warmer than any fur." If snake skins are available for a purpose, why not fishskins? 'ot thick enough for motor contsl It all depends upon the kind of fish. Consider eelskin for example. Every body knows how thick and tough it is. But has it ever occurred to anybody to think of its possible utilization for clothing? I'roperly tanned and pre pared, it would at least afford an ex cellent leather, absolutely waterproof. Up to the present time the animnls of the land, wild or domesticated, hnve been relied upon to furnish cloth ing for mnnklnd. The creatures of the sea (if seals he excepted) hnve been ulmost wholly neglected. No body seems to have thought of the oceans as a source of materials for the purpose. And yet, if all the land animals censed to exist tomorrow, the marine fishes could easily supply the needs of the human race for garments, including hats and shoes. ' Shoes May Cost $20. The price of clothing, like thnt of other necessaries, is rapidly going up. Month by month, the everyday house wife finds herself obliged to pay more for dres3 goods, for stockings, for ev erything she has to buy in order that she and her children may be proper ly clad. A manufacturer of boots re cently made the startling prediction that before long a pair of good shoes would cost $20. But this will not happen if tha fishes of the sea are called upon to contribute leather. The fisheries bu reau says that most excellent shoes, durable and waterproof, can be made from the hides of sharks. And sharks of species available for the purpose nre almost unimaginably plentiful They can be easily caught, and their skins delivered to tanners, in numbers unlimited. Shark-Skin Leather No Novelty. Shark-skin leather is no new thing, though uses for it have hitherto been somewhat restricted. Under the name of "shagreen," it has long been em ployed as a material for covering in strument cases, for sword hilts and for certain other purposes demanding great durability. Such being the fact, its availability for shoes especially In view of its waterproof quality is deemed obvious. To say that a leather famine Is In prospect is to describe the present situation by no means too strongly. Manufacturers of shoes, harness and all sorts of leather goods are looking anxiously In all directions for new sources of possible supply. Con sumption is increasing, and relative ly, at all events the number of hides produced is steadily diminishing. Land animals are insufficient in nnmber. We must, therefore, look to the sea, which (If the view of the fish eries bureau Is to be accepted) of fers Inexhaustible supplies. A company has been newly organ ized (with government approval) to hunt the white whale for leather. This small species of cetacean, when full-grown, Is 30 fftet long and weighs about 1,000 pounds. Leather made from its hide is durable, strong and pliable. It Is known today in the mar ket as "porpoise leather," but it has never been utilized to' any Important extent The above-mentioned com pany proposes it as a material for the tops of women's shoes. For spraying plants there has beer Invented a receptacle to contain Insec ticides in cake form which can be at tached to garden hose, the water grad uully dissolving the poisons. Mrs. George Clifford Bonrman ol Washington has a maid in her emploj who has been in the service of the Boarman family for 87 years, or since she was born. According to Mrs. Court F. Wood, president of the District Fed. eratloa of Women's Clubs, this ia a world's record for length of service lr one fpmlly. - 'z TAKES OFF DANDRUFF HAIR STOPS FALLING Clrlil Try This! Makes Hair Thick, Glossy, Fluffy, Beautiful No More Itching Scalp. Within ten minutes nfn-r tin appli cation of Ihinderlne you cannot thid a single true of dandruff or fulling hair and your ncalp will not Itch, but what will please you iiiiist will be after a few weeks' Use, whin you see new hair, fine und downy ut first yes but really new hair growing ull over the sculp. A little Danderlne Immediately dou bles the beauty of your hulr. No dif ference how dull, faded, bill lie and scraggy. Just moisten a cloth with Danderlne and carefully draw It through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect Is umaz ing your hnlr will be light, fluffy and wnvy, nnd have nn appeurnnee of abundance; an Inconipiiruble luster, softness arid luxuriance. Get a "T cent bottle of Knowiton's Danderlne from any store, and prove thnt your hair In as pretty and soft as any that It has been neglected or Injured by cureless treatment Mint's all you surely can have beautiful hair and iots of It If you will Just try a lit tle Danderlne. Adv. Amusing. P.lll The business men of Sacramen to, Cal hnve formed a Barefoot league for health and amusement objects. GUI I fall to see where health Is helped, but I can see the amusement part when another brother steps on a tack. RED CROSS BALL BLUE Makes clothes whiter than snow. De lights the housewife. Large package 6 cents at all good grocers Adv. Franee In lOld exported to the Unit ed States goods valued at $110.:M.'J.11. See Mdi Many Women in this Condition Re gain Health by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Convincing Proof of This Fact. i I,1 vxlil Mrs. Lindsey Now Keeps House For Seven. Tennille, Ga. "1 want to tell you how much I have been benefited fcy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. About eight years ago I got in such a low state of health I was unable to keep house for three in the family. I had dull, tired, dizzy feelings, cold feet and hands nearly all the time and could scarcely sleep at alL The doctor said I had a severe case of ulceration and without an operation I would always be an invalid, but I told him I wanted to wait awhile. Our druggist advised my husband to get Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it has entirely cured me. Now I keep house for seven and work in the garden some, too. I am so thankful I got this medicine. I feel as though it saved my life and have recommended it to others and they have been benefited".--Mrs. W. E. Lindset, R. R. 3, Tennille, Ga, If yoa want special advice write to Lydia E. Plnkham Medi cine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. Stinging Retort. There wns a grim, determined look In little Jones' eye as he walked Into the optician's imposing premise?. "I want n pair of glasses lni;nedl ately !" he demanded. "Good, 8".i .t': ones 1" The assistant glanced significantly at the door labeled "Sight-Testing ltoom," and switched on his best pro fessional smile; then switched it oft again, constrained by little Jones' man ner. "Good, strong ones?" he Inquired. "Yes; strong ones!" affirmed Jones. "I was out In the country yesterday and made a painful blunder." "Ah!" The assistant rubbed his hands together. "Mistook a stranger for a friend, perhaps 7" "No," same the blunt rejoinder; "mistook a bee for a violet." Its Limit. "Is there any limit to the scope of this submarine war?" "Only the submarine's periscope." What h Uric cAcid i Everyone has uric acid in the system, but naturally' in small quantities. Ex cessive amount is caused by eating too much meat and foods that ferment in stomach. The kidneys, being the filters of the blood, are supposed to separate and throw the poisons out of the system. Weak, tired and overworked kidneys fail to do this, hence the urio acid accu mulates and the urate salts are carried by the blood to the solid tissue structure, causing backache, lumbago, rheuma tism, dropsy, drowsiness, and tired feeling. To overcome the trouble is only a matter of toning up the kidneys, and this Is best done by a treatment with Anuric, three times a dav. Anuric is a recent di8coveiy of Dr. Pierce of Buffalo, N. Y.t and can be obtained at any drug store. Experience taught Doctor Pierce that Amino is a more powerful agent than lithia in dissolving urio acid, and it is then carried out of the system. J SELDOM SEE Tf big knee like this, but your horse may have a Dunrn or Druits on ms anklr, hrk, nri, knre or throat. will clean it olf without laying up tha hone. No blister, no hair ortn. Pnnrpntrsfrtt nnlv a ifW drops required at an application $2 per uui Book a M free. A It -.UK 11 INK. JH . ib. wo rplic llnimQt lor Mnfci4. rc4uce l-latul Swcllinrfc rn:rirl .I4 WcM. ra!f. Vtrlco Vml ilsn fain anO loSaianatlua. Pile SI ana ft: but lit l Inuaa or drltvrrrl. Mbit la ffct O t. A- br W. F. T0UN0. P. D. F.,r 0 Imscm St. Springfield. Mass. Monrr brS without question If HINT'S rl'Hft fan Is In the trratmrnt of ITCH1, BI7.IM, RINIi WORM, TETTER or othrr Itr-nlna Nkin diraa- fice Sue si druiritlsta. or dlrwt from !Llictari Utt.cm U.,llxau,Iil. J.RHale Peach NJ Delicious Apple zrrXZrj S3 pa, 100 up. Rmmiic HTHranraa Zc. LtaMu l due EwrtMHirint Soewbtrrwa 2Vdar. Ail titr ftnjda. lowra. bxJros. CATALOGU E rHKE. A. (t . Lake Shore Nurseries, Girard, Pa. Ridgway, Fenn. "I suffered from femala trouble with backache and pain in 1117 side for over seven months so I could not do any of my work. 1 was treated by three different doctors and was getting discouraged when my sister-in-law told ma how Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had helped her. I decided to try it, and it restored my health, so I now do all of my housework which is not light as I have a little boy three years old." Mrs. O. M. RnrxES, ilidgway, Perm. His Special Prayer. A little four-year-old lad whos name we won't mention enjoyed the luxury of sleeping with his mother dur ing a short illness. After his entire recovery his mother told him one night that he was to go again to his own lit tle room. He made no objections, but after being undressed, said to hit mater : "Mother, I want to say my prayar alone tonight." "But for what reason?" "Because I want to, mamma." The mother humored him, and stand- Ing outside of the door, heard ber oft spring pray as follows: "O, God, make me sick ; make m real sick; make me vomit; but don't dead me." How much this Chelsea youngstei wanted to sleep with bis mother!. Chelsea Gazette. One of the new gasoline farm trae tors Is designed to do little more than the work of a single horse. THE ONWARD MARCH of BroncMUa, v and deep seated Coughs Is arrested by Doctor I'lercVa X Golden Medical Discovery. f f In those scrofulous condl if tioris of the blood which In I N. Vite Consumotion 1 In wvrr. I J lingering Coughs, and Weti ' Lungs, which threaten yoa with this fatal dlas. snl I I when other help haa laiied this medicine Is a vnved f i k remedy. fll As bIood-cIesura til If strength -restorer, ani ion'.o f 1L ' 19 8ure to kwwHt. In " lingering Bronchial end Throat affections, and In every (ii? that can be reached thro'-.gh the blood, it never falls to boneilt or euro. Ia tablet or liquid form. The machinery of tha body neos to be well oiled, kept In froc-1 cccIiUon lust as tho automobile, atcam eiig!ri or olcycln. Why should tne h'lroaji nftgiart his own machinery more than fiat of his horso or his engluaT Vat moat people do noglnct theraselrea. Clan the svstAia at least enre a week wiUi Dr. Pierce's Vleaaaut Vulleia.