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MANY PROMINENT MEN
COME OUT FOR TANLAC MAYORS, JUDGES. HIGH OFFI CIAL.S, BANKERS, LAWYERS, DOCTORS AND EDITORS INDORSE IT. FEEL IT THEIR DUTY TO TALK They Come Forward and Unhesitat ingly Tell Suffering Humanity What Celebrated Medicine Has Done for Them. iT Is seldom. Indeed, that men of prom inence. especially men holding high i public office, willingly express 11.. .r i; I dehteduess publicly to it proprietary medicine. Many prominent ui‘ n. how - ever, including supreme court judgi - mayors of our leading i ities. prominent state and county officials, bankers, law yers. doctor-, editors, leading • • it: t tors, government officials and ■ n min isters of the Gospel have de, med it their tluty to come forw : I and tell the people what Trillin lias done fi them. These well-known men of affairs have recognized in this medicim- a mw discovery and a seientlflc triumph in the medical world. It is a wei' know:, fact that these splendid indorsements have been given Tunlac time and t : n* again and they will continue to 1 given just as often as new t> st.s of it powers are made; and it also • \ptains why numbers of the big drug firms of the country are ordering It exclusively in carload lots. Doctor Prescribes It. Dr. J. T. Edwards, of Fayetteville, Ga., one of the best-known members of the medical profession in the state of Georgia, makes a statement that will undoubtedly produce a profound Impression throughout the South. “In my thirty years of actual prac tice as a licensed physician In tin* s: .:■* of Georgia," says Dr. Edwards. "I have never seen anything to equal Tan lac as a medicine to produce results. 1 have no hesitancy in recommending this medicine and I ain prescribing it for niv patients almost every day." Professor <' T. Clotfelter, prominent educator and principal of the Fligh School at Hen Hill, Ga.. says; ‘I was In such had physical condition that I feared I would have to give up my duties. I suffered from rheumatism, sluggish liver, nausea and terrible bil ious headtn lies. I have taken ." bottles of Tanlae and I feel better than I have felt In years." Noted Texan Talks. Hon. Art hie I! Antler*- n. ex-sheriff of Harris roomy, Texas, is unques tionably not only one of the best known. but one of the most popular men that ever held office in Tt xa«. lit' served the people in ti:!* Important of fice for 15 consecutive years. “I hud the worst form of Indiges tion, suffered till the time from gas mi my stomach tint! was continually belch* ing up undigested food." -mid Mr An derson. "I suffered with neuralgic pains of the worst sort an ! nothing seemed to help me except In a tem porary way. “1 began to feel better after taking my first bottle of Tarilae and have lust now started on my thir l. I'm a differ ent man ’ready." H. W Hill, president of one of the lending 1 ankii g ln*’!tti"--'-ns ,.f South lhttshurg. Tenn.. and - ne - f the most successful bankers and busln-->s men In Tenne**' e. said : “1 suffered from rheumatism and other ailments for many years an ! Whistlerian Malice. “Whistler always brought t spirit of fun with him." says the late I.orl lledesdaie in hi“ memories; and tie Incident thi ' f no :ij-tir- t. con firm his lordship * w . -rd* The! e came a day vvh- : • . :: y gr- ’ regret. Wills;:-r made up hi* mind to] have thi lived for 14 years and tt- build the •Wh te H -- rite stret prompted. s - - !told me, by* th-- wish to show wh: : hi could HCllii Ve ,n dec oration L w o. -iw.i. w-is ' e ar<! Itect, and it was not g b- f • tl.-y quarreled over the vvnr a <s :: • in ration of winch Wt s- , r caused stone to he Inserted in the front of the house, engraved w th the vve-d* ' “Except the Lord t . I •!.. t they labor In t in ti. . I ' ' .• i: W Godwin, 1 S A l . t tliis 1 -us. The stem 1,, - s 1 e 11 g - i. - * < 1. - poured Godwin died it lv*u, mid I ISSN Wlfis;'er married i..- widow a quaint ending to an nrustie feud Or B. F. Jackson, Celebrated Physician, handed down 10 posterity hi' famous proscription for female trnuhl.s \ m sold under the name of “l'emenlna." Price r*»e and $l.im Adv. Rare Sacrifice. “I presume you are now prepared to make any sacrifice for your country's good?" “Yes. I Think we must all get be hind the president now." “Then >ou are willing to give up playing golf tmt:l after the war-.-" “Great S. ott' Po you really think it will come to that?" AHnp tha .•■•MiiniiimitBiiomiMiiiimMiit fift iW.Sf - i 5 - Unnoiusl tieii Kmu — 5 s Ref reeher Restore* Nnrmi> it a )Vi<n« : - Traaismi for Mrn that ImI drt and eutart s s Wire four Bres as aiorb of 7onr kitin* cars 5 : *j> yoor Teeth and with the hm r.-auhtrltf , § CMC FOS THEM fOU CUWT HT «f* E>F*! * r Sold »t Itnn and Optlchl Store* or to Mall, S I fell Bur-m tya IciwCjr Co. COicjjo, tor F'ta loot £ .SIUII1I Ulli III IIIIIIIIUIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllltl>llllllli|||i|lillB NOTED EX-MAYOR RECOMMENDS IT FORMER MAYOR FRANK V. EVANS. OF BIRMINGHAM. ALA MAKES STRONG STATEMENT. \K the ini'-t additions to the larg.- hnd rapidly growing list of prominent men who have publicly in dorsed Tiinluc for the good it has done them, is the name of Hon. Frank V. I ms. former Mayor of Birmingham. .Mr. Evans is one of the best known men in public life in Alabama today, being at one time editor of one of the South's greatest newspapers, the Bir mingham Ag* Herald. He was also • x aminer of public aeo-in.'s of Alabama. In telling of the benefits he had de rived fro-;, Tanlae. Mr. Evm said: "For years I suffered w 'll gastritis and indigestion in tin- w r-t form. I was habitually eonstipated and had pains in my shoulder- and headache • "annually. My npp'tip- left me al most entirely and everything I would eat hurt me. Finally I g -t to having awful attacks of acute indigestion, 1 nl pitiition of the heart am! smothering spells. For a long time I would have ■ tie if more of these sp« 11- « very night and I would wake out of my restless sleep gasping for breath. "I bought a bottle of Tanlae and to my surprise and gratification I began to feel relief after the first few- doses. I kept taking the medicine ami now my recovery is simply the talk of Birming ham." Tanlar has done me mere good than anything I ever tried. I now wake up In the mornings feeling fine. "I'm telling all my friends about Tanlar and am recommending it to them, regardless of their age and trouble." I>r. G. W. De LalVrriere, of Winder, Ga., is not only one of the best known physicians and druggists in the State of Georgia, but is also a man of exten sive property and wide influence, rank ing as one of the leading citizens of that entire section. He hns been in the drug business in Winder for l'o years. Recently I'r. IV I.nPerrlere wrote: "Our people are much enthused over the benefieiu! effects of Tutiluc and I d'-sire to say that It Is tie most won derful seller I ever had in this store.” other prominent men who have in domd Tanlac are: Professor Elmer Morris, of Dover, Term.; Professor \V. A. Wood, of the Central Graded Schools, Winder. Ga.; ('. C. Cooper, president of Me Georgia Home Cotton <>il Co., l.aw rete oville, Ga.; Hon. S. S. Shepard, member of the Atlanta city council; Cnlnm-l John I’. Gaines, of Howling Green. Kv„ edi tor. political writer and well known leader in his state; lion. George Sam uel Ullev, Chief of police in Macon, On.: Hon. C. G. Lavender, register of Williamson County. Tenness.-e; Dr. W. H. Grown, Charlotte Ave., «. dent of the Tennessee Protestant Home for Girls; John F. Carroll, cotton mill superintendent, of Chattahoochee and Atlanta and N M Tan- > manager of contract department, Atlanta Tele phone am! Telegraph Co. Th' re Is u Tanlac dealt r In your town.—Adv. A Rare Breed. ' lie g:\. s his family • very thing they want." ‘ Yes He’s one of the few na n to wh-'tu the five-dollar hill they give their wives to spend doesn't look any logger thnn tin- five dollar hdi they toss onto the bar to pa v for drinks for the crowd." Kansas Druggist’s Opinion of Kidney Medicine We can always rpeak very favorably in regard to IV. Kilmer • Swamp Hoot for r.'t a sing e cut has I'Cen d».-#v «?.ed with the r'-sulta produced by it W e ha e many i ust-'tners who «[>eak highly .a be half of Swamp R • • an 1 • ne person rec omim-t.is it to another V ’ <-n any c ne in , i " -ern.nc Swamp R'S:t we al ways ipeak .n its favor. %’err trulv \our* () R BARBKft A SON. Drugguti Oct. 14, 1516 Lawrence. Kan Prove What Swamp-Root WiU Ihj For Yoa Send ten cent* to I)r. Kilmer A Co , Binghamton. N Y . for a sample ».ze tot tie. It will convince anyone Y ■ u will alto receive a booklet of valiatJe inf r niation. telling a! ut the kidneva and blad der When writing. be sur*- an i mention this pajv r. Regular hfty cent and one dollar «i.*e Katies for sa.e at all druj • t ire* ~ Adv. Considering “H. C. L.” "• * " uintnit, oomo here." called Maud. : "n whoh* lot of kittens ure in our cat's ! basket." ‘ *>ur i llt has gut these kittens for herself," laughed mother. "Hasn't she rt nice family?" "\>ell," said Maud, "it is all rigl.t to have a family, but 1 should (Link she would have them one at u time." Of course It is absent-mindedness when you forget, hut It's gross neglect when your wife forgets. There Is more than a gallon of trcti ble in some pint bottles. PRESIDENT WILSON * Executive in Personal Message Urges United Action in War for Liberty. Asks Them to Make E ve -y Possible Effort to Supply Abundant Food for Ourselves, Our Army and Navy and for the Nations W..cm We Are Now Allied With. Washinrr n, Apr:; 17. I*r»--id*-:.t Wilson on Sunday ni.’li: a>Mr* .'>•••; .1 personal aj p> ;il to h. - fellow count tv - u.i i, uti'i i •! upoii o\ory Amor;. „:i dtiziii- mam woman and child - join f' t. •),, ;• to ; : k• the nation u unit for flu* ;r* r\at .on of it' ideals . .1 f.T triumph of UoUioon. y in tin- wo; .,i war. "'I he r. . tost ' f .. .. couie,'' says the addr»->'. "We must a . > j t t., t and to_, ■... r. Text of Address. The tithin '.-- follow s : "Mv follow o mi: ryiut'M : “The t-mraii' *■ of our ow n behwed .-outitry into the grim nn' 1 terrible war for democracy ami human rights which has shaken the world creates so many problems of national life and action which call for immediate consideration and settlement that I hope you will permit me to addn_—> to you a few words of earnest counsel and appeal with regard to them. “Wo are rapidly putting our navy upon an effective war footing and are about to create and equip a great army, blit these are the simplest parts of the . great task to which we have addressed ourselves. “There is not a single selfish ele ment, so far as I can see, in the cause we are fighting for. We are fighting for what we believe and w ish to the rights of mankind and for the future peace and security of the world. “These, then, tire the things we must do and do well, besides fighting— the things without which mere fight ing would tie fruitless : “We must supply abundant food for ourselves and for our armies and our seamen not only, but also for a large part of tit.- nations with whom we have now made common cause, in whose support and by whose sides we shall be fighting. Must Supply Ships. ‘■Wo must supply ships by the hun- | dreds out of our shipyards to carry to the other side of tie- sea. subma rines or no subi urines, w liat w.'l every day lie need.,! there, and abundant materials out of our fields and our mires and our factories with which mu only to cloth* and equip our own force' on land and sea but also to clothe and support our people for whom tin- gallant fellows under arms can no longer work, to help lot he and equip the armies with which we are co-operating in Ku- q>e and to keep the looms and mat. i:'nct..ries there in raw materials; eoui t<> keep the fires going in ships at sett and in the fur nace' (CTOS' tin- Sea; steel out of which to make art:.' and ammunition both here and there; rails for worn out railroad' back of the lighting fronts, locomotives and ro ng stock to take t(ie pho • of thos, every day going to pieces; mules, horses, cattle for labor and for military service; everything with which the people of Kngland and France and Italy and ttussia have usually supplied them selves hut cannot now afford the men the materials or the machinery to make. Need Greater Efficiency. I •’It is evident to every Thinking man i that our industries, in farms in ship pards. in the mines in tie factories must he made more prolific and more efficient than ever, and that they mus' he more economically mar.aged and better adapted to the particular re quirements of our task titan they have been ; and what I want to say is ttint the men and the women who devote tin-.r thought and their energy to the.-« things ■will he serving file ■•. ’intry and conducting tin- tight for i*c: •• tttnl fre lout lust as truly and just a- effective ly as the nn -. oi, rh> bar field or in t the trenches. Appeal to Farmers "Thousand-, nay hundreds of thou sand- of men o'herw liable to mili tary service, will of right and of Iieeos soy he Hi used fr- m th • • nice a 1 n*-:gned to the f ami;,m> n'u . sustain itig work of tie fold- .) i'ae’or:. and m;n»-. niei the-.- m i-e a- mu ., part of the great paTl forces ,.f tiie nation a- the pen un ier fire "I ’like ’.he liberty, therefore. ,t address]ns ‘hi* word to the farmer* of the country nirt to all who work on tin- farms; The supreme ne> d of oi*r own mi!;. :i and of tne nations v. i.ieji we are en-uperatlns is an irtd to-* *of snppiie.*, and • | >f f-».dsi ifl's. The Importance of uu fund supply, especially for * he ;t s,>n; year. Is superlative. "Without abundant food, alike for •I e armies and the peoples now at • nr. riie whole erect entcrpr>e up* n which We have embarked w.il break ; lown and fall. Hold Fate of Nations. "The world's food reserves are low. Not oni; during the present emergency but for some time after pe;. spall li.ov- come both our own people anti a large proportion of the people of Hu .'.-pe tnus; r.-ly on the harvests m Aineri ■ a. "i'poh the farmers of this country 'hen-fore, in large measure, r* sts the f of the war and the fate of the .ms. May the nation not count upon tie-m to omit t.o s'ep ttwit will .so th.- pro.taction of tht.r land rl ..' '■ brag a I ■ ■ 1file most < iV. 'u.iI co-operation in the sale and . strdvution of tlo-ir products? "'I In* time is short. It is of the most p. rutive importance that everything possible be done and done irnmi-diate ;. to make sure of large harvests. I . v -uag i. . n and old til ike and a: ... t;.i abb l.od,.'.l boys of tin land t.. a >•> [.: and act up ui this duty—to turn in :. -sts to the farms and make ■or*;, n that no j.: ins and no labor is he dug in this great matter. "I purti. uhiriy appeal to the farmers .•f tho South to plant abundant food stuffs as well as cotton. Trade to Be Unhampered. “The course of trade spall he n-; un hampered as it is possible t" make it and there shall be no unwarranted manipulation of the nation's food sup ply by those who handle it on its way to the consumer. “This let me say to the middlemen of every sort, whether they nr- han dling our foodstuffs or our raw mate tori,uN of manufacture or the products of our mills and factories: The eyes of the country will he especially upon you. This is your opportunity for sig nal s. rvi.-o, efficient and disinterested. The country expects you. as it expo, ts ail otl .-rs, to forego unusual profits, to organize and expedite shipments of supplies of . very kind, but especially of ... with an eye to the service you are rendering and in the spirit < f those who . idist in the ranks, for tlu-ir peo ple, not for themselves. "I shall confidently expect you to d. s. rve and win the confidence of peo ple of every sort and station. Efficiency on Railroads. “T<> flu- men who run the railways nf tl. en nitry. whether they ( mini o” operative employees, lot till' say that the railways are tlie arteries of the nation's life, and that upon them res;s the immense responsibility of s., ing to it that those arteries suffer no iihstrni"Ion of any kind, no inerti eiency or slackened power. "To the merehunt let me suggest the mu".., 'Small pmtits and tjuiek *crv i.-e.' and to the shipbuilder the thought tli.it the life nf the war depends upon him. The f.i and the war supplies must l e carried across the seas tm mat ter how roatij slrtps are sent to ’he hottom. The plaees of those that go down must be supplied at once. • T'o tie- miner let me say that he suittds where tin farmer does: The verl of the world wjiits on turn. If ; ■ sleeken* or ftiils, armies and st a ?«.** l:iei, are helpless. lit* also is enli-sted ti tl,.- great Service army. Every Garden Helps. "I.et me suggest also that every one who creates r cultivates a garden help-, and helps greatly to solve the problem of the feeding of the nations; and that every housewife who prac tl.-es s-rii-t eenuotiiy puts herself in the ranks of those wlm serve the na tion. "This is tie- time for America tn eor r.-.'t her unpardonable fault of vvnste f .loess and extravagance. Let every man ami every woman assume the duty of careful, provident use and expendi ture a- a public dutv its a dictate of pair . who h no om < an now ex ji,-et ever to lie excused or forgiven for ignoring. Tn tin- hope that tills statement rif the needs of the nation and of the world in thi' hour of supreme crisis may stimulate those to whom it comes ami remind all who need reminder of I the solemn duties of a time such as the world has nev r ♦ in-fore. I beg that all editors and publish, rs everywhere will give as prominent publication and ~ a le . .reuiatbtu tm possible to this apiM-iil. Supreme Test Has Come. ' ! venture to suuuest III'" to all nd \ i r ' ik a_-i i.i m ' that they would per :. |i« render a very substantial and >erv .•••• to the eouutry if they l hi : . ve it widespread repetition. o ■ ; hup. that eleru'ynti'U will not , tintie- th ane of ;t nil unworthy or . .ip •: i ■ [•!":111 s di jeet of eottltneiit and \ their fhp.'s • '1 e s pri-iae test of the nation has w. inast all speak, m" and i serve ti s'ether, •ViOoDUOW WILSON." FRENCH CHURCHES IN RUINS Tcmbi Are Rifed and Sacred Things A'e Defiled by the Ger rran Troops. I<on»lon.—The <<rr> -imnic'it of thi* Times with the Bril.-.), army In I'nui'v telepruiilis the follow Im: <!• -■« rlptmn <>f the f i i nilinh if Ft-i .eh lmr-h hy the Gerimu.i- hefor- 'he;, retrenteil: "Though the Gen:i:u.- left In u hurry, they hml t, •• n -1 to "reck their hlltrer! on the church, to Iiflc the 'm. '". Slabs had been lifted bodily from the graves, not l>\ an explosion but by human hands. The graves ar* empty "'hat was the ghoulish mo tive? Was It for the sake of tne tear I who !i the b<silos were incased? I tan \ have ln-eti or else tne-e >pit*: against all saered things which found full Vent ill the wreckage of the church. t'hurcjo v reduced to ruins by gun tire are a pitiable sight, but one to which We become HI VtlsluflH"’ heri. The Right Medicine in Many Cases Does Better than the Surgeon’s Knife. Tribute to Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound. Doctor Said Operation or Death—But Medicine Cared. TV'S Moines, Iowa.—“My husband says I would have been in my grave today had it not been for Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound. 1 suf. fered from a serious female trouble and the doctors said I could not live one year without an operation. My husband objected to the operation and had me try Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound. I soon commenced to get better and am now well and able to do my own housework. I can recom mend Lydia E. lhukham’s Vegetable Compound to any woman as a wonderful health restorer.”—Mrs. Blanche Jefferson,703 Lyon St., Des Moines,Iow^ Another Operation Avoided. Richmond, Ind.—“For two years I was so sick and weak from female troubles that when going up stairs I had to go very slowly with my hands on the steps, then sit down at the top to rest. The doctor said he thought I should have an operation, and my friends thought I would not live to move into our new house. My daughter asked me to try' Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Comfiound as she had taken it with good re suits. I did so, my weakness disappeared, I gained in strength, moved into our new home, do all kinds of garden work, and raised hundreds of chickens and ducks. I cannot say enough in praise of Lydia E. linkham's Vegetable Compound. —ilrs. M. O. Johnston, Route I), Box 190, Richmond, Ind. Oi course there axe many serious cases that only a surgical operation will relieve. We freely acknowledge this, but the above letters, and many others like them, amply prove that many operations are recommended when medicine in many cases is all that is needed. If you want special advice write to Lydia E. Pinkliain Medi cine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter w ill be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. He Had To. If all men were like a colored porter In Frankfort, newspaper men would find the game an extr* mely easy one. The porter, who is known to every man and boy in the city, recently was divorced from his first wife and within a few days was married again. A re 1 orter happened in the clerk's office Just us he was taking out his license. “When are you to be married. Frank?" asked the reporter. The porter told him. and the ques tioning was continued until his wife-tn !»• grabbed hold of his arm and whis pered. "Is,n't tell that man ail ah this." “I've got to," the porter whispered hack. “He’s a reporter:" Indianap olis XeWS. Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove’s i The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill I onic is equally valuable as a Gen eral Tonic because it contains the well know n tonic pro: erties o! (JLTNINE and IKON It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System 50 cents. Evident Course. "Whitt 1' tin- bt 't way of deterniin : mg if an ocean voyage suits one's health?" "Why. go to sen." IT IS IMPERATIVE that you keep a hottle of Mississippi Diarrhea Cordial in your medicine chest. In constant use for fifty years. Brice -oc and hoc.—Adv. Many a man's failure Is due to his having wasted his time envying the success of his neighbor's streuous ef forts. FOR SKIN TROUBLES That Itch, Burn, Torture and Disfig ure Use Cutlcura—Trial Free. The Soap to cleunse and purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal. They i usually afford Immediate relief In Itch ing, burning eczemas, pimples, dandruff and most baby skin troubles. They also tend to prevent little skin trou bles becoming great If used dally. Tree sample each by mall with Book. Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv. While a man's will may he law. In •to- oaso of a married man the law Is seldom enforced. Never judge the dimensions of a woman's brain by the size of her hnt. Satin th«* father <>f lies and matrimony is the mother <>f excuses, SYRUP A Valued Household Remedy for Over Half a Century. In uur climate, with its sudddj chances if temperature, rain, wind ml sunshine often intermingled in a sing® • lay, it Is no wonder that our children :'ri. !. N ami relatives are so frequently taken fr<-m U' by neglected colds,muj d. atlis r* ' siting from this cause. I .111•• oi Hoschee's German Syrup kept tli" boils.-, and a few dos.-s takenk rime, will pos-ibly prevent a severe® t..-ss, -i doctor's bill, and perhaps deni 1 or fifty years this has been a very successful r.-medy for coughs, coldt ■hr..at or lung troubles. It Indued• g.-.od night's sleep with easy exp* ..ration in the morning. For sale 1? druggists in all parts of the civiliwl . orla. J5 and 75 cent bottles.—Adt Why He Subscribed. A collector of subscriptions for th* brass band fund once came across I fanner wins was noted for his me** ness To his surprise the farmer I once consented to subscribe fully* large a sum as any lie had yet * celved. "Mr. Hard (1st.’’ he said, address!! the farmer, "you are surely very M of music to give so much." "Oh. yes." said the farmer; “they grand for scaring the crows from* 'tntles when they're practicin’ amT*1 grateful." Not Enough to Hurt Him. ( “Did lie learn any Latin in collel*' "Not enough to interfere with slang."—Life. Took No Chances. "Have any trouble with yoor^ during the winter?" "No; I away last fall until spring.” Shortly* after marrying a man discovers the true meaning0 deadly parallel. Men who talk much have r‘ec^ ill luck to complain of. ^ Do You Neglect Your Machinery? The machinery of the body rood1 to he well oiled, kept in good condition just ad the automobile, strain engine or bicycle. Why should the human neglect his own machinery more than that of las horse or his engiue? Yet most peo ple do neglect themselves. To clean the system at least once a week is to practice preventive measures. You will escape many ills and clear up the coated tongue, the sallow complexion, the dull headache, the lazy liver, if you will take a pleasant laxative made up of the May-apple, juice of the leaves of aloes, root of jalap, and called Pleasant Pellets. You can obtain at ulmi*t any drug store in this country these vegetable pellets in vials for 25e—simply ask for Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. There enn bo no counterfeit if they have the Dr. Pierce dtarnp. Proven good by 50 yeara use. FAIR AND CLEAR—that's the *»/J skin win oi. ",‘.u take Ike tor 1 Golden Medial1 J eovery 1 1 blotches, eraf‘‘ t and humors | tcrly banished &■ medicine. i‘ tv}< away, m ore^ oughly and ^ than anyth.M ( the b!< I Impurities tli& A— I them. _ cl_.fn gd *■— .-.— * For every Sk»< ,, and Scrofulous affection, n how It came, tho * Dlscot cry builds up, strengthens, an<i.I every part of the system. / fl slpelas, Salt-rhoum, ietUT. ve buncles, Enlarged Glands an si Scrofulous Sores and fewcl -afe , pletely and permanently bent. ^ The " Discovery " Is made frog y roots without alcohol, ami c» ,. j.jil liquid or tablet form fro® T-xiay! It is one of the best tonic* foel refreshed In strength ana v taking this vegetable tonic.