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KI.ANOX All) .1. ADVKÏ. llon to Select a .Sprint.' Medicine- A Short Extract f rom a l.rrlun' l.v Ir. S. IS. Ilartinnn.- A Pamphlet on Spring Dlseases Kent Free. Are you thinking of getting a spring medicine? Do you feelthos-e old symptoms which are so apt to come ever; spring and remind you that you need something to purify your blood or cleanse your system or tone up your digestión and appetite? Now, if there was evera time in your life when you needed to use good judgment it is right here and now. To begin with, you will see, after amoment's reflection, that no one medicine could be made that would be the proper remedy for all cases of spring affections. It is, certainly, a matter of considerable moment to you which of the many sarsaparillas. tonics and blood purifiers you need for your particular case. If you will carefully observe the fqllowing directions you will never be disappointed in finding a prompt relief. If your symptoms are general weakness, roaring in the head, slight faintness, brown speck3 moving before the eyes, twitching of the eyelids, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, palpitatioa and shortness of breath, a wornout, tired feeling from morning till night; if any or all of this group of symptoms describe your case, Pe-ru-na is the spring medicine you need. There is no other medicine that will so quickly and permanently relieve yon. If you have had La Grippe during the paBt winter and have not fully recovered your natural health and strensth, Pe-ru-na is precisely wliat you ought to get at once. It will surely cure you in a short time. Should your symptoms bo dizziness, coated tongue, sour stomach, bloating after meals, constipation, biliousness, pain in the back, scant, high-colored urine, heavy, drowsy feelings, then the remedy that will never fail to cure you is Man-a-lin. All of the above symptoms disappear as surely, when taking Man-a-lin, asa white frost before a June sun. Man-a-lin gently quickens the functions of liver, bowéls and kidneys, and cleanses the system of all irapnrities. If, however, your symptoms are eruplions of the skin, salt rheum, pains in the joints (worse at night), chronic rheumatism, boils, scrofula, blood poisonsof any kind, or any othcr manifestation of impure blood, the proper remedy for you to get is La-cu-pi-a. There is, positively, no use wasting your time taking other blood medicines, for Lucu-pi-a can be relied on as a quick, sure and positive cure in all blood diseases. The above advice is exactly as it feil from the lips of one of the most renowned practitioners and lecturers of medicine in this country, Dr. S. B. Hartman. If you think of getting a spring medicine you had better profit by the many years of experience and extensive observation of this celebrated authority. A pamphlet of lectures by Dr. Hartman, on spring diseases, their cause and cure, sent free to any address by The Peruna Medicine Company of Columbus, Ohio. Of course the present legislature does not believe in civil service reform. No one has been foolish enough to expect anything of the kind from such a body as now sits at Lansing. It was therefore an uncalled for insult, on the part of Senator Withington, when he introduced a bilí provióung for a civil service bureau. The devil himself would be highly insulted if any one should sugcest that he do somethnjf eord.


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