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WE WANT TO TELL YOO Why Your Back is Laine- Why it Achcs and Pains, and How to Cure it. Do you know what it is to have a back that is never free from aches and constant puin, a lame back, a sore back, an acbing back, in fact, a back that makes your lite ti burden? What have yóu done for it? And does it still keep you from the happiness that perfect health brings to all? We know full well if such is your condition a cure for it will be a blessing you no doubt desire. Piasters won't do it, but may assist in bringing strength. Linimeut won't do it ; for, white it may give temporary relief, it does not reach the cause. The cause, there's the point; there's where to make the attack. Most backaches come from disordered kidneys, therefore you must correct their action if you would be cured. Read the following from D. D. Cook, whose address is No. 18 Michigan Street, Grand Rapids. He says: - "I have used Doan's Kidney Pilis and wish to say it is a truly great medicine. Thirty years ago I had nervous prostration while in the army, where I served for over four years. I think it was during this service that the seeds were sown which have cau,sed all my trouble. Severe bilious attacks bothered me, and at such times my kidneys were worse. It is almost impossible ífo describe the pain which so often lamed me. I have been so lame that to stand up after I had been sitting down required a great exertion. Walking was at times an impossibility, even at night I did not rest, being forcecl to get up during the night. I heard of Doan's ICidney Pilis and wondered if they could make an almost lame man well. I got some, and soon after taking them began to feel their good effects. I used them for some time, my lameness all left me and I have.not feit it since. Doan's Kidney Pilis have done me an inestimable amount of good." For sale by all dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. , sole agents for the U. S. Reinember the name, Doan's, and take no other.


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