"I have haddyspepsiaforeighteen yeara. My troubles were indisgestion, sour stomach, acid fermentation, palpatation of the heart, sleeplessness and terrible sick headache which at times would entirely unflt me for business. I have had special treatment by seven physicians, and ït seems as though I have tried nearly every known or supposed remedy with some little relief, but would soon relapse to the old condition. I commenced using Drake's Dyspep sia Cure and Nerve Eestorer a few weeks ago, have used about two and one-half boxes which have done me more real good than all the treatment anrl öo called remedies I have ever taken I would advise any person affiicted with stomach troubles, dyspepsia or nerve trouble to try this treatment. Rsspectfully, Edwakd N. Wood, North Lansing, Mich. March 22, 1898." Drake's Dyspepsia Cure and Nerve Restorer is not propped up by ficticïous testimoniáis, but is demonstratmg its cuiative power every day, in stubborn cases of acute, chronic and nervous dyspepsia. A trial will substantiate all that is claimed for it For sale by H. J. Brown and E. E. Calkins, leading druggists of Ann Arbor. A book on stomach and nerve troubles, their symptoms and eures, given free for the asking at the above stores. Nearly thirty ladies met at Mrs. Philip Bach's yesterday in response to the cali given by the Relief society. Work is now ready and any one will be welcome from 8 a. n5. until 6 p. m. each day until .the work is finished. Donations of money is asked from the gpntlemen as well as ladies.