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Parent Issue
Day
13
Month
August
Year
1890
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

Blood I'olson Ia verv liable to follow contact of the tmuds or tace witli what U known as poison ivy, especi&lly in hot weather or f the body is peropiriiig freely. The trouble may subside tor a time, only to appear In aggrivated form when opportunity ofFers. The great purlfylns: powera of Hood's Sarsnparllla thoroughly eradieate evcry trace of poison from the blood, as the cures it hns accomplished conclusively hIiow. It also cures scrofula, salt rheum and all otber affeotions arlslng from impure or poisoned blood. To rebel agalnst iinythini: which is good prove that we are bad. Take Care ! There is Danger Iu allowlng Innctlvity of the kldnt-ys touroW lliruugh ueKlect. The deadly NhoaU or liriulu'N ülsense and diabetes wlll wreek the goodly tiark of healtli lf It ia allowed to drift rudderlesH upnn them. The bladder, too, lf luactlve and Judlclous medicaMon does not spedlly direct the helm toward the port of rafety, wlll be whelmed by the qulcknand of dlsease. In electlng a dluretlo, let your cholee fall upon Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which Niinitiluti'H the iriiiil organii without irrltntlug and ezcitlng them, two eCTecU to be apprehended from the anmedlcated stimuli lnrgrly resorted lo. These have a tendency to react prejudlclally. The Bitters lovigórate the kldneys and bladder, in conimoii wllh the uervt'H and the digestivo organH, and so afford lastlng ald. It also affords dual asglütance In preventlng and curliig Intermlttent and remittent lever. Blllousnesa, ouHtlpatlun une rheuinatlain It also subjugates.

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Old News
Ann Arbor Courier