Dyspepsia Makes the llves of many pcoplo miserable, causing distress after eating, sour K'.mmu-h, siek headache, lieartburn, Ios3 of appatite, a faint, "allgoue"feeling, bad taste, coated _. , tonguc, and irregularity of Dl StrCSS thebowels. Dyspepsia does AftOt not St well of itself. I; p .. requires careful attenüi i taling au(1 a rCme(ly [kg ][,„ Rarsaparilla, which acts gently, yet éffi It tones tho stomach, regulates tlie il tion, creates a good Siok petite, banishes headacho, i ■. and refreshes the mlnd. Headache " I have been troubled witli dyspepsia. I had but little appetlte, and what I did eat 'üstrossed me, or did me h Iittle good" ALter eatin8 I Qlirn would have a faint or tircd, ' all-gone feeling, as thougli I had not eaten anything. My troublo was aggravated by my business, painting. Last ertllspring I took Hood's oour saparilla, which did me au StOITiach immense amount of good. It gave mo au appetite, and my food reltahed üd satisfied the craving I had prevloufly experienced." Geobgb A. Taoe, Watertown, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla Soldbyalldrygïists. $1; sixfor $ï. l'rcparcd onj lyC. ï. HOOD& CO., Apcthoen-ioj LowellrJHa. OC Poses ' -"