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AWFUL EXPERIENOE Of a Grand Trunk Railway Brakeman. Four Doctors Swore Satn Murray Could Not Recover, But He Did- Read Why. Gravenhurst, Feb. 7. - Samuel Mnrray, u brakesman od tbe Grand TruDk railway, wbo resides beie, was attacked by Paralysis and BJood Poisonine, uftei his band was crnshed in an acoideut. Doctors couldn't help him. They said he oouldn't recover. His limbs were powerless; bis body a inass of boils and ernptions. For two years be lay on bis face, conldn't lie on baok or sides,. Foor doctors gave their sworn certiiicates tbat be conldn't recover. The G. T. R. paid lialf bis life insnrance on account of total disability. The Brotherhood cf Railway Trainmen was about to pay a similar claim, when be astonisbed everybody by appearing sound and well, on the streets. Dodd's Kidriey Pilis cnred him. "If I hadn't taken these pi II s I would have been in my grave now," he says. The aworn certifloates given by the four doctors are in the bands of the Dodds Medicine Co. Mr. Marray, since his cure, applied to a leading oompany for life insurance, was examined by two dootors, who prononceer! bim a first olass risk and recornruended bim for a polioy. Ut. Miles" Ner ve Piasters 25c. at all drugglsta


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