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                  THE STORY WAS TRUE.

     Traced to its Source by a Port Huron Man.

After Being Convinced he Rid Himself of a Trouble of Three Years Standing--- His Own Story.

   Port Huron, Mich., Mar. 6 - Walter Leigh, a moulder, living on Beard st. , relates the following:

    "I had been troubled for three years with diabetes, and I could get nothing to give me any relief. I heard of the cure of Mr. Huber, and I at once visited this gentleman, and found that I could get cured by using Dodd's Kidney Pills. I am now cured, and have only to thank Dodd's Kidney Pills."

     The Huber case, to which Mr. Leigh refers, is one of the most remarkable ever known. Mr. G. T. Huber, a highly respected business man, was afflicted with diabetes and his family physician and eminent specialists pronounced his case helpless. The limit placed on his life was five months. He was in such a terrible condition, bodily and mentally, that life was a burden. Hope had been given up when a relation who had knowledge of cures effected by Dodd's Kidney Pills recommended them in Mr. . Huber' case. He used them and was cured.

    Dodd's Kidney Pills are sold by druggists at 50 cents a box or six boxes $2.50. Sent by mail on receipt of price by Dodd's Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.