SHALLER TIïAN USUAL HKÍShlMtot valias' Hotel and ■njQHSp-'' Surpionl Instiütte, j?_ pcople. Kor all W - '""' laxativo and caWg thartic purposes ■Jí these ■' URar-coated "Pellets" are superior in a great many ways to all mineral waters, sedl-tz powders, salts, castor oil, fruit syrups, laxative teas and otlier purpfative compounds. Made of concentrated vegetable ingrediënt, they act in a mild, natural way. Their secpudary effect is to keep the liver active and the bowcls regular, not to further constípate, as is the case wíth other pill. They don't interfere i'.i the least witö the diet, habits or occupation, and roduce no pain, gnpinfr or shock to the system. Dr. I'ierce's I'lcnsant Pelleta cure büiousness, siek and bilious hcadache, dizziness, costiveness, er constipatlon, sour stomach, Iosí of appetite, coated toiifftie, indigestión, or dyspepsia, windy belchinjrs, "heart-burn," pain and d'.stress after i-atiiifr, :m' kindred deranjrementa of tho livor, stomach and bowels. These PelIets" are casily dlssolved n the stomach and absorbed into the blood, Ktiraulatmg .x flow of bile from the I arousuig to activity all the gtendular secretions. 1 hos they act in nature's own way. In proof of their superior excelle nee, ït can be truthfully said, that they are ahvays adopted as a household remedy after the first trial. Put upingflastviais, therefore ahvays fresh and reliable. (Jne little "Pellet" is a laxative, two are mildly cathartic. As a "dinner pill," to cromóte digestión, take one each day alter dinner. To relieve distress from overeatinjr, they are unequaltd. Tlu-y are tiny, coated granules; any child vvill 'readily take them. Once used, always in favor. Accept no substitute that raay be recommended to be 'Must as good." It rnxjöe beller or the dealer, because of paying him a hetter profit, but he is not the one who aceds help.