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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
March
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
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Overpersuaded But Satisfied. An interesting letter from Mrs. T. L. Reynolds, of Eaton Rapids, Micb. , to the manufacturéis of Drake's Dyspepsia Cure aud Nerve Restorer: "Messrs. Drake & Rhodes. "Dear Sirs: - I have been troubled with Stoniach troubles for over two ycars. I was iuduced to try yonr Dyspepsia cure & Nerve restorer. After using three boxes my stomaoh troubles left me. It has been over sis months aud no signs of its retnrring. I feel as if I wauted to speak in praise of yonr Medecjne, you are at liberty to publish this to my friends and those suffering with any stomach trouble. "Very truly yours, Mrs. T. L. Reyuolds. " The title Mrs Reynolds gives hei letter is appropriate from the fact tha she had tried so inany preparations for this disease without receiving any last ing benefit, that she very reluctautly consentcd to try this new treatment Drake's Dyspepsia Cure & Nerve Re storer is a combined niethod treatmen in tablet form, which does not con tain Opium or Calornel, and will no harxn the most delicate stomach. Fo any form of stomach or nerve troubl this treatment has no eqnal. For sal by H. J. Brown aud E. E. Calkins.