It Works Wonders. The tonic and alteratiev properties oi S. S. S. lare now Tvidely known, and it enjoys wonderful populavity as a spring medicine. It is as perfcctly adapted to the delicate system of a child as }t is to that of the adult. It works wonders on those who use it as a tonic, as an alterative, and as a blood purifier. ' It gives health, strength and heartiness to the sick and feeble. It is adapted to the very young and the very oíd. It revives renews and builds up the feeble or the broken-down system.