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Here is a victim of neglect* Bad digestion was the starting point. He ignored the warnings sent up by an overloaded and suffering stomach, hence the disorder spread until it has serious ly weakened the entire digestive apparatus, involving he kidneys, liver and bowels. It is the beginning of a sick spell. A person in this state of health rinds work a burden. Strength and energy are gone, he can’t eat with relish, he is tired, cross, nervous and dull—a truly useless and di-agreeable person. The worst part about it is that such a person is liable to take any % dangerous disease that may be about. Pneumonia, Consumption, Bright’s Disease, Cholera, Typhoid or Yellow Fever, Malaria, Small Pox would find in him an easy mark because his system is weakened by impurities which are poisoning his very life-blood. In this condition a powerful system cleanser and regulator is urgently needed, and for such purpose what more effective remedy can be found than the justly celebrated Prickly Ash Bitters A Remedy that H*as Pioved its Value tor Blood, Kidney and Bowel Disorders in a ■ ' Brilliant Record of Cures Performed. ^ - - I I Did you ever notice how eagSfV the eoi'.U-f#d horse seeks grass in the , Spring? Not solely because he’s hungry, instinct tells him he needs it. His j ! system demands a tonic and purgative to drive out impurities, and the j | young tender grass is his natural medicine. All animal nature craves Its j particular “Spring Tonic” and purifier and none have greater need of it ! than the human animal, Man. because none give their digestive organs so | much abuse. All men acknowledge nature’s cry for relief from Winter im- ; purities,, but there are thousands who do nothing to satisfy the need, and | i it is among these that disease reaps its harvest of death every year. The | man who knows the value of a strong, vigorous body when hot weather r works a drain upon his strength will use for a couple of weeks in the early , spring a good blood purifier and system regulator: and where can you find a j better remedy for this purpose than PRICKLY ASH BITTERS, the great | blood, liver and bowel cleanser and system regulator that has done so much for working people. It vitalizes the blood and puts the entire system in condition for summer work. Try it. It is the RIGHT medicine for such purpose; thebestand greatest blood purifier, system cleanser 0 and regulator. It combines the fine tonic properties of a kidney medicine, stomach, liver ^nr[ blood fif purifier with a genial regulating influence in the bowels. It will gently urtre the \ ifctti organs to a better and more complete performance of their duties, give them strength and tone and restore healthy activity » throughout the body. When the system has been cleared of obstructions and the kidneys resume fully their office of purifying the blood; the fjeripfa! Condition takes an upward turn. Apatite and digestion jj are improved, the ej es brighter, the hollow cheeks fill out, the complexion loses that saJlffW; Muddy rf cast, giving place to a clear skin and ruddy glow. These are the signals of returning health, and they bring that thrill and joy of living and interest in life’s duties that only those in perfect health enjoy. fy riome dealers will try to sell you something which they s.'iy is J„st. as good as PRICKLY ASH ££ BITTER'-.. DON’T TAKE IT. Get the genuine with the large figure 3 in red on the front label. It will , fT give you the results you desire. Put up in 19 ounce bottles. 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I-urgest Bust on Iteoord, The bust of Sir Joseph Paxton, the architect of the famous Crystal palace in London, is now being moved from its aid position on the Terrace to the Pa rade. The work of moving it is much like that of moving a house, for the bust Is one of the largest ever made. It was ; completed in 18b9 and stands over nine | feet in height. Sir Joseph Paxton was ; born in Iledfordshire in 1803, and was knighted for his services in designing /he Crystal palace. He died in Syden ham in 1865. His plan for the Crystal palace was accepted after 233 other plans had been declined. He also won , fame as a landscape gardener and archi tect, and was elected to narllament aaa ' liberal.—Chicago Tribi ' I $5,000 Reward wfll be paid to any person who can find one atom of opium, chloral, morphine, cocaine, ether or chloroform or their derivatives in any of Dr. Miles' Remedies. This reward is offered be cause certain unscrupulous persons make false statements I about these remedies. It is , understood that this reward applies only to goods purch ased in the open market, which have not been tampered with. Dr. Miles’ remedies cure by their strengthening and invig orating effect upon the nervous system, and not by weakening tlie nerves. "T consider that there are no better ! remedies put up than Dr. Miles’ Nervine, Anti-Pain Pills, and Nerve and Liver Pills. We have used them for years, and recommend them to many others. My wife is using the Nervine, and considers it the best medicine in the world. A Indy friend of mine, who was almost a total nerv ous wreck, through my earnest solid- j tation has used several bottles of the Nervine with wonderful results.” WM. CKOME, Salt Lake City, Utah. Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain Pills are sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first package will benefit. 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