‘‘See here, waiter!" exclaimed the indignant easterner. “ Eere’s a piece of wood in my'sausage!” “Yes, sir," replied the waiter; “but I‘ra sure—er ing the doc, but I’m mowed if I’m going to eat the Iceanal, too!” That Tired Feeling ” ie not ehrftj* eeueed |.y the weather, as some people would here you believe. The fault lies in some derangemeat of your digestive organs. Tour stomach is out of order, or your liver Jim become sluggish, and refuses to perform it* functions. All you need .is a dose or tw0,0f,,. Chamberlain's Tablets, and that feelingof weariness wIU disappear.—£AdvtJ. .
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914