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Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
September
Year
1898
Copyright
Public Domain
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f ( ?éÊ $■ The loaraey of Womanhood. ?ffwk ' When a young girl ï 4nM m I develops the first evi I' II' wB v dences of womanhood, it II ü t ' is a3 if she were starting J I Ijs L ' alone upon a strange i mS I journey besetwith rough I 1 fST and dangerous places. A LI k-fn wise and loving mother - - -ff will not allow any false .JÊkf&frmik )delicacy to prevent her ÊUdWV from giying her daughter the plainest information and advice at this critical stage of her existence. Young girls suffer a vast amount of unaecessary pain and misery for lack of frank and confidential instruction about tiieirown physical selves. The special weaknesses and diseases incident to woman's orgnic development are completely and permanently remedied by the "Favorite Prescription " prepared by Dr R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y. More than 90,000 cases of obstinate fetnale difficulties have been absolutely cured by this wonderful "Prescription." It heals, strengthens and completely rejuvenates the tissues and nerve-centers of the fennnine organism. It is the only medicine devised -for this special purpose by a regularly graduated experienced physician. It 13 the one authorized preparation which may be positively relied upon to cure. Mothers and daughters may consult Dr. "Piprce by letter without charge and in the -most absolute confidence. Their letters will be answered not by any mere nurse, but by an educated skilled physician. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser will be sent free if 21 one-cent stamps are wclosed to defray the cost of mailing only. Miss Edith Cain, of Clinton, Allegheny Co., Pa writes " I take pleasure in expressmg ray fait'h in your ' Favorite Prescription.' After two vears of suffering I began taking Dr. Pierce's iiedicine and now I am entirely cured. I had been troubled with female weakness lor some time and also with a troublesome drain on the system, but now I ani happy and wen. I will cheerfully recommend Dr. Pieroe's Favonte Prescription'to all invalid ladies."

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Ann Arbor Argus
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