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"SHE DEESSES WELL." But Hor Clothes Often Cover a Living Deatb. Beauty Is the Shrine of Men't Worshlp, mml Women Vie Wlth Each Other to Makt Themgelvea Attractive. The remark, ' ; She dresses elegantly, " is a very common one in this age of wealth and progress. Women vie with each öther in mak& ing themselves at=ll)k tractive, for men SjgH? admire a stylishly y vy dressed woman. . . Good clothes add f MJBj e cnarms of hsSE B9 the woman in pergljfl KL fect health, but ■■f rsii I ance or careO 4r n:ale diseases j v y ut true tna V - _!=5#7 some physi -"S cians allow l - - -, - women to suffer cause man can only work from theory, and at best only patch Tip, without removing the cause. Proof is abundant that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound removes the cause, gives strength to the weakened organs, vig'orous health to the system, and therefore beauty to the face and f orm. Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., gladly ■nswers, free of charge all letters. Here is one of the results : " Three months ago, I wrote you a letter my troubles, which were inflammation of the womb and bladder, I had not seen a well day since the birth of my second child, 16 years ago. I had spent hundreds of dollars for doctors and medicines. " Such pains as I endured. My back ached, my feet and limbs were swollen, and it was almost impossible for me to stand ; I could not walk any distance. I received your answer to my letter, and followed closely all your advice, and I have been using Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound for three months. Now I can work all day without pain. I have recommended the Compound to many of my f riends, and gladly recommend it to all women in any wáy afflicted with female troubles." - Lydia. Batie, 227 Spring St., Greensburg, Pa.


Ann Arbor Argus
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