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Her Private Life

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Parent Issue
Day
7
Month
November
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain
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A story oí great suffering comes from Middlesex, Vt. Mrs. A. B. Stockwell, a well known lady residing there, has endured the most intense agony from headaches. She continued to suffer friglitfully without obtaining relief. Finally a friend who liad recovered from a similar complaint told her just what to do to be cured. She is jiow well and wants every suffering womaji to know about it. Here is her remarkable letter : "About a year and a half ago," she fys, ''I had a time of very severe headaches, which, while they lasted were so bad that I could not sit up. They lasted from one to two days, generally two, and after I got oíer them I was completely prostrated. I tried many remedies but could not find anything to relieve me. I becarne fearfully discouraged and down-Hearti'd and fe;vred I should never get well. "I finally began the use of Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy and in u very short time wus very much better. I am now entirely cured, thanks to this wonderful medicine. I deeire to recommend it to everyone who ás sufferlng froin any complaint for I know 'tliat it will cure them." People everywhere are suffering from disease wlien íf they would use Ir. Greene's Nemira blood and nerve remedy tliey would be cured. Íf you, reader, nave headache, paiu Ín any part, or any Bymptoms of nervous or chronic disease take tliis Rreat remedy and you will be made perfect'y well. It is tlie discovery of Dr. Greene, of 35 W. 14th st., New York, the most successful specialist in curing nervous and clironic diseases. He can be consulted free, personally or by letter. From flme to time "vve have liad oceaeáon to motice the success oí Mr. Gaas. B. Da veso n, of this office, as a gardener. Th!s moreing lie picked a fine lot of ripe tomatoes from vines growdug out floore, Üiat have not even been eovered up co'.d nig-hts. And tWa is November 3d ! I'erhaps some one caja beat that record?

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Ann Arbor Courier