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v A woman's health i j&to her best and moet pre flK3n cious cndowment. He bmCLy ) good looks, her enjoy ÈjjEX ment of life, her happi M)f A ij ness, and 1 o v K? r In an 't3 con''nu 5 ance a depenc ."iVkA uPon ber health ff vSí fc: Im Cali it vanity i Vi ntVli I you win il is a (''SjIjj woman's duty to 1? 1 iív$ worship at the ir jI T&y, shrine of her mir 1 Oj 's 'Vy ror. Itis her duty Vy 5 % x preserve he JfL cjwl Soo& loota and youth üu ■} ful spirits as long as I I The woman who suf' ti fers from somt weakijii ■ J ƒ ness or derangement I I I f t'?eorKans distinctly .' f ' I feminine, can note the dailyencroachments of atbI ill-health, by looking in her minor. ? .sallow or blotched complexion, heavy ■jjme and dark circles under them, the little tñinkles that gradually creep around the corners of her eyes and mouth and the general look of listlessness and despondacy will teil the story. Special troubles f this kind are too frequently neglected liecattse the natural and proper modesty of ornea keeps them from Consulting the average run of physicians. These men, ftecause they are without inherent delicacy themselves, imagine that women are the Itmc. They insist upon obnoxious examínatioas and local treatment from which ay sensitive woman shrlnks. Dr. Pierce's Savarite Prescription will do more for a woman who suffers in this way than all the ioctors of this description together. DurSnsr öe past thirty years it has been used by er ninety thousand women with tnarclous results. It is an unfailing cure for ■n weakness and disease peculiar to womca. All good medicine dealers sell it "För a number of years I suffered with a commcation of female troubles," writes Mrs. J. B. Hjrason, of Edgnioor, Chester Co., S. C. "I tded various remedies from physicians, but ■othing seemed to do me any good. It seemed nat my back would kdl me. I had smothering mgtds at night so bad I could not rest AIso had ostïpation. I took"Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pretription and 'Pleasant Pellets' and was eniinlycured." Secd for Dr. Pierce's Common Sense aStdical Adviser. Paper -bound, 21 oneeat stamps; cloth-bound, ten cents more Adtkess Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bufialo, N. V. EgjjjrtAjfl T. LO118. ICH.Jtl? VI UK. tl Iguálale age tís lïiiwTït TiwCirs" Lxraiftïtici!i for onnfr ttarea E?b ïWi 'oiLí3!?S,Ee';hINt'!"ai % WOI. HBRZ Painting and Decorating, , . Oils, Glaás, Bru.hes and a Painters Supplies. ."EST WAlSHINGTON STKElO'i blished 1869. New State Telephone: , SO- 2 rings. House. 80-3 rings 2E0. P. HENRY J. SCHLEMMEP. SGHLEMMER : : : THE : : : iBfl Arbor Flnff Rng Factory : : : AND : : Steam Carpet Cleaners IJ.inufacturers of strictly flrst-class Fluff Hugs ..FROM YOUR OLD CARPETS.., tü Orders Prompt ly Attended to. Jt Circalars or any other Information cali en or address OKice and Factory- 409-41 1„W. HurStreet, JBciii Phones, 176. Ann Arbor, Mich. Rinsey&Seibolt HITS, 6 AND 8 WASHINGTON ST, Bav&oa hand a Complete Stock of Everything in the Gncirr Uu ! as, Coffees, Sugars, in Large Amounts and at wash Prices and can sell at Low Figures. The large invoice of Teas they ïuy and sell is good prooi that. In Quality and Price They Give BARGAINS. They roast their own Coffees everv -k, as none but prime articles are lir Bakery turns out excellent l,i Cakes and Crakers. Cal) ivlusic Store J. F. Schaeberle W. Liberty St. Headq uarters ter Harness, Trunks Valises Telescopes and Drees Buit Cases at LOw PEICBS A. Teufel, s. M% „.


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