Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine Cures Croup. WOMAN'S ILLS When the nervous system is out of tune and when there is lack of nerve force or nervous energy there is inability on the part of every organ of the body to properly perform its functions; there is no regularity in action; sometimes too little and at other times too much. In women this irregularity is most evident in the monthly uterine action. The menses are irregular, insufficient, profuse or painful. The cause of trouble rests with the weak and exhausted condition of the blood and nerves. The dull aching pain in the back, the bearing down feelings, the distressing headaches, the irritability and utter weariness will disappear when Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is used to put the blood and nerves in healthful condition. It is impossible to obtain a more effective treatment for the weaknesses and irregularities peculiar to women for there is no other medicine which so thoroughly removes the cause of such ailments. Naturally and gradually it instills new vigor into the wasted nerve cells and restores to healthful action all the vital organs of the body. The healthful appearance and rosy complexions of women who have used Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is the best proof that their systems have been fully restored to health and vigor. CHLOROSIS Chlorosis or Green Sickness is a disease of girlhood very similar to anaemia. Blondes become pallid, v/axy and puffy. Brunettes muddy and grayish in color, with blue-black rings under the eyes. Weariness, shortness of breath, J)oor appetite and digestion and irritable heart are the symptoms. There is no treatment so well suited to this ailment as Dr.. Chase's Nerve Food, bee anaemia for the reasons. Page 2. EPILEPSY OR FALLING SICKNESS The attack is sudden, the subject usually falling down with a peculiar cry. Loss of consciousness, pallor of the face and rigidity of the body are the marked symptoms. Convulsions are followed by a stupor of several hours' duration from which the victim slowly awakens. In many cases epilepsy cannot be cured, but the most rational treatment is the use of such a restorative as Dr. Chase's Nerve Food which slowly but certainly instils new vigor into the depleted nerve cells. MILK AS A MEDICINEMilk given warm is declared to be almost a specific for diarrhoea, stomach-ache, incipient cholera and dysentery and invaluable as a treatment for typhoid fever, scarlet fever and debilitating diseases. The milk should never be boiled but only heated sufficient to be agreeably warm.