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z!!TvmZZ.m'f fj'w'i' ,i jjs, u i' ' a"i'.''' ai '"-"'jH'uuk'U.- 'ia T - iwwyw "jjyy.rri wiiwiiuii JANUARY 1. 1004. The Commoner. 5 lor Singers and Speakers. The New Remedy For Catarrh is Very Valuable, A Grand Rapids gentleman who rep resents a prominent manufacturing concern and travels through central and southern Michigan, relates the fol lowing regarding the new catarrh cure. He says: "After suffering from catarrh of .tho head, -throat and stomach for several years, 1 heard of Stuart's Catarrh Tab lots quite accidentally and like jeveiy thing else I immediately bought a package -and was decidedly surprised at thimmediate relief it afforded me and still more to findr a complete cure after "several weeks' use. 9 "ftiave a little son who sings in a hoys' choir in one of - our prominent 'churifies, arid he is greatly troubled with hoarseness" and throat weakness, and on my fetumhome tram, a trip I gave him a few of the tablets one Sun day morning when he"tiad complained oi hoarseness. He was delighted with their , effect, removing all huskiness in a few minutes and making the voice clear and. strong. "As the tablets are very pleasant to the taste, I had.no difficulty in per suading him to use them regularly. "Our family physician told us they were an 'antiseptic preparation of un doubted merit and that he himself had no hesitation in recommending Stuart's Catarrh Tablets for any form of catarrh. -. "I have since met many public speakers and professional singers who used them constantly. A prominent Detroit lawyer told me that Stuart's Catarrh Tablets kept his throat in fine shape during the most trying weather, and that he had long since discarded the use of cheap lozenges and troches on the advice of his physician that they contained so much tolu, potash and opium as to render their use a danger to health." Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are large pleasant tasting lozenges composed of catarrhal antiseptics, like Red Gum, Blood Root, etc., and sold by druggists everywhere at CQ cents for full treat ment. They act upon the blood and mucous membrane and their composition and remarkable success has won the ap proval of physicians, as well as thou sands of sufferer from nasal catarrh, throat troubles &nr1 catarrh of stom ach. A little book on1 treatment of catarrh mailed free by addressing F. A. Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich. Bright' Disiast Diabifis cifrlw 2nc.y neptlm rested in a day and D to stay cured with a bottlo or two of iw0,? Patoetto Wine. Send address to Drake &ftg?7t maiSat " ,0U WlSh BOOK REVIEWS. JSf, Domocraey: a series of optimistic essays, by Louis P. Post, tedilM The Public; published by the Moody Publishing Co., New York and Chicago; price, ?2. 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