What a difference there is in women!
The actual number of years they have lived
seems to have little to do with their looks.
Some women at 45 look and act younger
than others at 30. Their eyes are brighter,
their complexions fairer, and there are not
nearly so many wrinkles. Old Father Time
deals gently with a healthy woman, but
(line drawing of Father Time with two women)
when a woman is run-down with the drains,
pains, displacement and weaknesses pecu-
liar to her sex, she ages fast. The wrinkles
come early. The roses in the cheeks van-
ish, and an unwholesome pallor spreads
over her features. She becomes nervous
petulant, fidgetty. She loses flesh, and
drags about in a most miserable state of
body and mind. Such a sick woman needs
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. This
medicine will restore the looks of younger
days by strengthening her in a womanly
way. It will do what powders and paints
and " beautifiers " can never do. It is a
non-alcoholic and non-narcotic preparation.
The stimulation and strength it imparts are
permanent. It cures all the distressing
ailments commonly called " female troub-
les." There is no other remedy so good
for this purpose. When a medicine dealer
urges upon you something else as a sub-
stitute for it, he is attempting a personal
injury. Never take any substitute for Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
"I have been in poor health more or less all
my life," writes Mrs. M. F. Long, of Le Loup,
Franklin Co., Kans. "A specialist said I had
ulceration of the womb and that an operation
would have to be performed. At last I wrote to
Dr. Pierce asking advice. I received an answer
advising me to try his medicines, his 'Favorite
Prescription, 'Golden Medical Discovery,' and
also his 'Pleasant Pellets.' In one month I
gained eight pounds. After taking two bottles
of each medicine, I began to look like a woman
and not like a wasted skeleton. That weary,
tired feeling? has all left me."
JAS. R. BACH,
Bought, Sold, Rented
Special attention given to care of
Lawrence Block. State 'Phone-470
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
JOHN R. MINER,
Fire, Life, Plate Glass and Boiler.
Lawrence Block. Phone 470.
Agent for the following First Class Companies
representing over twenty-eight Million
Dollars Assets, issues policies at
the lowest rates.
AEtna of Hartford . . . . . . . . . $9,192,644.00
Franklin of Philadelphia . . . . . 3,118,713.00
Germania of N. Y. . . . . . . . . . . .2,700,729.00
German American of N.Y. . . . 4,066,968.00
London Assurance, Lond'n . .1,416,788.00
Michigan F. & M., Detroit . . . . . .287,608.00
N. Y. Underwriters, N. Y. . . . . . 2,596,679.00
National, Hartford . . . . . . . . . . 1 ,774,505.00
Phenix,N.Y. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,7S9,036.00
Special attention given to the insurance on
dwellings, schools, churches and public buildings.
Terms of three and five years
The new ammunition of war, is the
most effective insect and parasite des-
troyer produced today. It is the
most economical and effective insect
killer on the market. To be used with
hand atomizers, sprayers or sprinkling
pot. Our line is complete in the line
of insecticides as
EBERBACH & SON,
112 S. Main St. Ann Arbor
FRESH AND SALT MEATS AND
113 E. Washington St.
J. Fred Hoelzle,
Meats, Sausages, Oysters and
Porter House and Sirloin Steaks a Specialty