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Parent Issue
Day
25
Month
June
Year
1897
Copyright
Public Domain
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"CROSS-EXAMINATIÖN fould Not Weaken Such Testiinonj As This. (.FYom the Kalamazoo Tcleprnph.') The following statement is one of great interest to many a citizon of Kalamazoo, and a man as well known as Mr. Wnllace should carry more than ordinary weight with our readers. Here it is as taken down by our representative : " My name is John A. Wallace. I am a member of the firm of J. A. Wallace & Co., doing business as tianers, etc, at 106 Eleanor Street, Kalamazoo, in which city I also reside. For the past nine orten months 1 have been having attacks of kidney complaint, the pain iu my back over my hipa was very severo at times ; my urinary system was" also in a bad state of derangemect. sometimes the urine was scanty and fchenagain the amount would beexcessive, and a difflculty of passage always existed. I bcurd of Doan's Kidney Pilis at a time when I feit that I was going to be sick, tmt their use warded off an attack, and I r.n now feeling very much better; the urinary organism has regained a normal condition, and the terrific pain in my back is much reduced in severity, while it is now fast going away altogether. I am continuing the use of Doan's Kidney Pilis, ■with positive feeling that they will effect on me a permanent and speedy cure. I have unbounded confjdence in Doan's Kidney Pilis as a remedy for all kidney ailments; have good reason to be, as they have done so much for me." Can you ask any more than this? Doan's Kidney Pilis are relieving more backs of the burdens they have been forced to bear through the kidneys than all other means devised, and, better still, they are doing this right here in Michigan. Ask any one who has ever taken them and see what they will say. Doan's Kidney Pilis for sale by all dealer's, price, 50 cents. Mailed by FosterMilburn Co., Buffaio, N. Y. , sole agents for the U. S. Remember the name, Doan's, and take no other.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News