Rev. C. F: Brooks says that his little girl is troubled with malaria very severely, and that since Jie gave her Sulphur Bitters, he never thiñks oí leaving New York for his summer resort without a few bottles, for they always cure his f amily, and are far superior to quinine. Impaired Digestión repaired by Beeciiam's Pills. THE GREAT BANKRUPT SALE. Olotliíng War Below Manulacturer' (tl. It will pay you to come a hundred miles to visit this great sale. If you value money, don't miss it. Ter save money is to make it, and probably the whole history of clothiug fails to disclose greater bargains than are now being oiEered at the Great Bankrupt Sale of men's, boys" and childrens' clothing, at 197 Woodward Avenue, Detroit. This mammotb stock was bought of a prominent New York concern that became bankrupt. and bought, too, at prices that enables us to sell it at 40 and 50 conts on the dollar of manufacturers'. cost. Tne prices asked by us, as may ba judsed, are far and away down trom usual retail figures. Every garment in ttiis stock was made up this season, of materials equal to those of custo m tailors, and cut in latest styles. As to prices, for example, we can sell you a man's good all wool suit, worth $13 for $6.50; a boy's all wool suit, long pants, ages 14 to 19, weil worth Í10 at $5. V6 havo 125 different styles of children's suits, ages from 4 to 1 years, and sold by otber dealers at $6, $7 and S8, of which we offer you your choice for $2.95. The sale will continue until the entire stock amoun.ting to $85,000 is dis posed of. First corners will have the piek of selections. We guaranteo everythlng as represented, or money refunded. Frank A. Wiethoff, Prop. Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria.