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Braca Up. You are feeling depressed, your ai J petite is poor, you are buthered with headache, you are fidgetty, r.ervous and generally out of sorts and want to brace up. Brace up butnot with stimulants, sprint? medicines or bitters, which have fortheir basis very cheap, bad whiskey. and which stimulate you for an hour, and then leave vou in aworse conditiou than before. What you want is an alterative that will punfy vour blood, start healthy action of Liver and i neys, restore vour vitality. and prive renewed health and strengtli. Such a medicine you will find in Electric i ters and only.50 cents a bottle at Eberbach and Son's drug store. It is perfectly proper to carve out your own fortune, but you should not chisel other people in doing it. f Log Cabins were not hot houses and the people wbo dwelt in them were not hot-house growths. They were a hardy, liealthy genoration and the remedies j used were simpie ' tions reproduced in Warner's Log Oabin cough and consumption remedy and Warner's "Tippecanoe" the great Ptoruach tonic. The boy who is well shiugled by his parents for going iu swimming is likely to shed water for some time. Look and Live. My lady reader don't pass me by with the unkind remark, "'Only anadvertisernent." I may do you good. I may unfold to your view the "pearl of great price." I mav be the means of restoring to you health and happiness. I surely will if you are suffering from any form of nervousness or female weakness, and will act upon my suggestion. I bring to your notice, with every conĂ¼dence in lts merits, a remedy justly compounded to met just the requirments of your case- l3r. Pierce's Favorite Prescnption, bidding you look and live! Ladies everywhere, who have used it, speak volumes in ita praise. Advlce to Mothors. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should always be used for children teething. It sootbes the child, softens the gums, allsys all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for dirrhoea. Twentv-five cents a bottle.


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