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SUFFERING WTVTiS AND MOTHERS. H MKS CLARA ■ E. SLATER (OF SOClSPOItX), **7 ■ LARGEST ji BELT-MAKER U"1.. il.1\0 '-) ■ IN ENGLAND. ¡; í'. CLot Viker to th,- PatienLi of th.- Lcndoo Hospital, City cf London Infirmary, oh) Hospital for Women. Westminster Hospital also to the Patients of tUe sze :ir Morrell McKenziel, Begs to announce that her receat visit to WALES was 10 õ¡1cce,s;ul. aati ai she wilt enable to reemany patients, that shs has decided to maka a return visit after ihs aolid^yj for a short tims only. SEE THE GOOD .SHE HAS DO NT,. ONE LADY FROM T RED EG AH '.aid :— "The belt I go& iroci you a rear a go has dons me a world 01 goot!, 1 have not required an inward lastru- menc since, U'ank goodness." A-V0Ttr: FROM: PONTYPRIDD said I eaa now walk aai 50 about with ease, whers I conld aoc eve.,i suji l before. 1 feel i owe my lue to your Appiirvacc." A5GTHKR FROM F.ADTIl said :— I had bee. 1 suuenng fr>r 25 years, aad tried every- thing, but ..('v?: found any caUet uiitil I got your belt. I xeel iik'j a. new woaaac." m r AXOTHER FRO1! PENARTH said — Yoor fce.t has bjen such a support and comfort to me-have m-vrr had to use any other support since." ANOTBEli FROM GBANGETOWSf said :— lhavs been a t«r?ible outierer icr many years. I have teen an in-catient at tho Ilosnitai. ind an out- patient, too. arid I have tried evary inward instru- ment, but none did me any yood- Some seven years ago 1 got ono of your EellJ, aad have found it hai done me a worid cf gocd." A-NOT H-L, IL FHnf PA P, P, Y pa d r— "T was orly 'Zs yearsold and woighed 13 stone befora Tbegan to take your advice. I lJ:lV. tone down live atooe, and never f fit be tter in my life. 1 wish every stout -woman could aei you. It 13 worta gold un- counted." Stout Ladies.—The Compraaa Beit reduced the measurement 4 to a nches. fcUlrTXJREo, WOMEN'S INWARD WEAKNESSES cuiis.o without operations or IN WAiliJ LSSTitUillEJfT3. ALL ADVICE FREE. NOTE ADDRESSES. Eours, 1.30 to 5, sharp. SATURDAY, Sept. 7, MES WOOD, THE COTTAGE, GAS- ROAD, PONTYPRIDD. MONDAY, Sept. 15.—Eoyal Tcmperance Hotel, Aber- TUESDAY, Sept. 17.-Star Buildings, 144, Coinmer- cia^-street, ewport. WEDNESDAY, S-t. IS.—Cory Hall, CardiS. THURSDAY, Sept. 1).- Victoria. Caie, Victoria-atreet, .Merfchyr Tydfil, FBXDAY, Sept. 20—Central Hal!, Old Orchard-street, Swall5eJ., 19133—523e ■ E ADE' S P ILL S. "WJ^ „ j TTjLLIii Aii »a »uiior,jLrom,Uoa« o; fij ji luieiuuau^m iOiuaid uoms- AJJi?d "BjjlLLJ «iia-eiy rjtvd recouaa to ffij Wf LA_^ii?S JI i/l.i. iiuo< Til &.DI?> | .r.T~. l «iiouj j: Ua>U~ujMjLil i,av» JPi a L-acu ieocivea JUW Mi mch "T71 x rv„.M t, >: r.r.A 01 iuea ylj g- lym; to iua woinienui ADK*3 3'T.f.l 1.0.van Ww»a jfills uarj :n rj *jr piviaruw* la tha vtry won;-rvteii :m Pillt "VvietatU* 4i>U porioctly ia £ j is tUelr actloau liiiiTAJ1TIL" £ AE^uJuVi. AND RAPIDLY CXIIva ITU. WOi;! iOii-i OF uOuI, Rlii.UiiAXlC vjOU f, PAXJ13 IN o iiiiAD, i Av-'E AND LECB3, And Lava tho ai'eat racaamecdaUca ever yivaa any Pathos iledjctae oi Úoi ciuj. H QJ -> .&J.J JUU.V CAM; H 14, iio wartfJ-J t r<w i. Otd •*> E K 0 Hi TIS^ Tniford, ^iiiucueiAir Nov. /T^. OtU §-j- Deai^3ir,—IS1? about two yeari since 1 lirj: 10 m- T> H l: IT il A TI 3 "1 mecc-d yoar ocai w\^ s.na liheuiaatic i illj. rV«- g~^ jyj viou3 to thai, ioc aboni Inr -cvasxi £ iiad been a ccn- ftani aa f^rjr irorn sovs'j ■ -w-v jt iuiIAI -3J att^jj of iheumaUam, ivfu, tiowovsr, mdticea t > /-« ;jc» try yu'ix PiUj, and THE H KiUiJ!' 1 »UDuttii SOON H CAME. 'iJVj 0.14 UlUiOii -jr^ j 1U VXJCI3 i laith m thi; eliicacy clyoat H JrC PU.i snd notiiin; wuald jr-y qQS imiacs rue u tewitbouta Lcttieof tliemin the house, :i.iajt my wife gaya to tier ■ *> K LITVAZ IS a friend- tiiaS i th9 Piai H i~Y ere a gninoa a bottle jh« ■ g~ u-U- *ould -athef fi'o zlors in ■ lj|" ciier thia;j ti-a-'i be with- ■ lj|" ciier thia;j ti-a-'i be with- al oul taeiu a sia4l3 week.— H T> H ICHATIda Yotua gratefully, ■ Iv BARLO W, I n ooi ■ LAKE'S GOtXX ctRHEUJrA TIC PILLS H Ju: C-C t j-oii LLtrirU, Jr lci.t< £ g, is. -iC. G 2s. d., H t) Efli ;ce lite for l- Uiiitr by the P-cp-ietct. H CiOiiuii i-K-ti, Cob^eii-roaO, L,C4 As* ■ jtr aad he *uro you oi^aia ,1A l<it*S UOtX H T7 -,i 2 C ■ tjl ADE'S DILLS. r J 8 coaj -r_ *^1T TIr- *r" •' T*3r~ fHYARCHERACSHIi GQMaRETUmfi iy -~st~3 nzGli*TZP! £ Z> .•>$$ Foc-suo-ie oj One-Ounce tze&ct. Archer's Golden Returns The Paffaetten of Pipa Ycbaeco- Cc-c &ivz:rs, Airp FaAGiujrr. J. MARSHY CO., I CITY FUNERAL MART, 3, FREDERICK STREET. JlKD 41, WESTBOURNE-PLACE. Tel. C735. Price Listan-truiVtea'jion- U*. 1

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