') '1 f? Mrs. X. G. Nichole Cantón, Olllo. Permanecí Good Long and Discouraging IIIness Wiíh Sympíems of Consurnption All Medicines Fail Except Hood's Sarsapariiia. " C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. : '■ Gentlemeu:- Ten years ago, my wife's health began to fail. I consulted a physician, and for one year she remained under liis care and took all the medicine prescribed, but still grew worse. We then consnlted other physicians, and she dootored oLE and on for four years without any improvement. As her niother died of consumption, and I expected my wife would go the same way. However, feeble as my wife was and though Civen Up as Incurable by the physieian, i'could not give up hope, and she still clung to lite. Then we began to try different medicines. We found that of all the preparations taken, a bottle of Hood's Sarsapariiia had seemed to do her the most good, so she determined to take that medicine again. I bought six bottles of Hood's Sarsapariiia, and whlle taking tliis lot she seemed to get better. Tflis was so encouraging, after so Long and Discouraging Illness, that she continued with Hood's Sarsapariiia. Her health has improved and she has ceased to complain. She is still taking the medicine, and feels so mueh better and stronger that we believe her to be in perfect health. Altogether, Hood'ss?Cures we have spent $26 for Hood's, a very sinall amount compared to tlie big bilis in those four years, and considering the fact that Hood's Sarsapariiia has done her permanent good." John L. Nichols, No. 228 Springfield Ave., Cantón, O. Hood's Pilis act easily, yet promptly auá efBciently, on the liver anjl bowels. 25c.