SOflETHING WORTH KNOWINQ. There are comparatively lew persons but wbat suffer more or less from some form of stornach or nerve trouble. The persou that can boast today over the digestive power of their stomach, and their freedom from its annoyance, eau be seen tomorrow consulting a pbysician or druggist for sometbing to relieve its distress. Sbowing the suddenness of attacks of Dyspepsia in some of its many forms. Dyspepsia is the most deeeiving disease tliat exists, as it effects various organs of the body often iu an indirect rnanner. For instance, mauy are treated for heart disease wheu in fact an inflaraed and distended stomach produce an uudue pressure upon the heart, causiug the individual to think the trouble lus alone with this organ. Thus many cases can be cited where the judgment has been deceived and the wrong tbing treated while the true cause was overlooked. The proper thing to do is to flrst lócate the cause, and, because of the fact that nine-tenths of all the diseases origínate from a deceased stomach, it is safe to apply the trea'ment first to this organ, and a few a' - plications of the proper treatnient will quickly convince a person that tbe above statement is correct. A safe and pleasant treatment that is giving perfect satisfaction, is a tablet preparation associated with a method treatment known as Drake's Dyspeps4 Uure and Nerve Restorer. A few tlays ase of this treatnient will relieve any lifticulty of the stomach or nerves, nd ts continued use fora short time will iermanently cure any disease of the itomach (except cáncer) in existence sold by H. J. Brown and E. E. alkins.