It is a laudable ambition to reach the top of the ladder of success. But many a man who reaches the toptnost rung finds his position a torment instead of a triumph. He has 9t sacrificed his J health to success. _W Í -75 A man can tf H. - A ceed and be Ê BTAtjE stro n ;' if lie _ Mk heeds Nature's J j warnings. Wheti AH there is fl 11 f tiou, loss of ap-"H petite, ringing in ■ the ears, Hj B ness, spots 5 H gfi I fore the eyes or J 4 palpitationofthe [B heart ; any or alt ] Nej Bil of these symptoms B point to weakness and -Ê loss of nutrition. Dr. fl Pierce's Golden _H ical Discovery cures ==Ê HF eases of the stomach VjBMf and other organs of HF I Hf gestión and nutrition. jEe:flB= By perfect and B ant nourishment J HJ tributed to each vital fl organ it enables the co-opera'-Ht= tion of all the organs to J' serve the perfect health of the body. wFor about two years I suffered from a venr obstinate case of dyspepsia." writes R. K. Sccorcl. Esq., of 13 Eastem Ave.. Toronto, Ontario. I tried a great number of remedies without success. I finally lost faith in them all. I was so far gone that I could not bear any solid food in my storaach for a long time ; feit melancholy nd dejressed. Could not sleep nor follow my occupation. Some four months ago a friend recommended your ' Golden Medical Discovery.' After a week's treatment I had denyed so much beneñt that I coutiuued the medicine. 1 have taken three bottUs and aiu conviuced it has in my case accomplished a permanent cure. I so conscientiously recommend it to the thouands of dyspeptics throughout the land." The " Common Sense Medical Adviser," 1008 large pages in paper covers, is sent ree on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Addres Pr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.