Press enter after choosing selection

Classified_ad

Classified_ad image
Parent Issue
Day
7
Month
March
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

A 000(1 Appotitc Is essential to good hcaltli; but it this sesnn t is often lost, owinir to the poverty or impurity of tlie blood, deranrement of the digestive orfrans, and the weakening effect of thechinfrtng WMon. Ilood's Sarsapnrilla is a wondertul medicine for crewting ;m a]petit;, tonin; the dlgertlonj and Kiving strength to the whole lyttem. Now Is the time to take it. Be sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla. Tramp - Can yon give me .1 bite to eat, madam? Wonian - I eau givo you some cold meat. But if you "11 split enough wood for me to niake a lire with l'll warm it up for yon. Tramp - You are very kind madam, butl wouldn't tliink of paltlnjrTon to all that trouble. Give It to me cold. Teacher - Correct the gentence "The liquor which the man bouj;ht was drmik." Smart boy - The man wbtob boagbt the fiqaor was drank. - Harvard Lampoon. The Posi niaster, Wincliester, Mac., eays: I nm persounily aciiiiiMitc(l witli Mr. and Mis. Carleton, and was ftonished t tlic rcnmrkable ctl'ccts of your Bulphur Bittere 11 curinti tlicir son, and Itl l├╝rte sale is nndoubtcilly due to the fnct that it is tin honest nicdicine. I know of many others who have ber n cured by lts use, and I do not think too inuch can be sald in its pratte. Youra truly, Qeo. P. Beown, P. M.

Article

Subjects
Ann Arbor Courier
Old News