maybe mistaken is shown in the experience narrated by Dr. Joseph Fike, of Lost Springs, Marión Co., Kan. "Ten years ago " he says "there was an emigration from Rusland to this country, and there was a lady in the corapany who was badly affeeted with that dreadful disease scrofula. Her niouth and throat were in an awful condition, and there were lumps on the outside below the jaws the size of a hen's egg. Other doctors had been called and they said it was a fatal case. " I was called and made my diagnosis ; I feit confident that no,e of my remedies would do her any pernTanent good. It came to niy mind that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery was recommended for it, so I I went to the drug store and bought one ' tle and gave it to her to use as directed. Five bottles cured her and she is well today. She is married now and has three healthy children. " If this is a credit to your medicine" adds Dr. Fike in a coinmunication to Dr. Pierce "you can use it. I am using a good many of your medicines in my practice." In his own profession Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. , is honored as among the foremost of living specialists in diseases of the blood and nervous systein. If your health is poor write to him in perfect confidence for good advice. It will be sent you in a plain sealed envelope, without charge. For the most obstinate fortns of constipation, use Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Their action is prompt yet eomfortable; their effect is permanent. Insist that the druggist does not give you something else.