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Aberdare Trades Council.



What Aberdare Credits.


What Aberdare Credits. We in Aberdare may not credit all we read respecting happenings in distant towns; but we do credit the earnest word of a neighbour. What could be more convincing than this butspoken Aberdare statement ? Mr John Williams, of 29, Tudor Ter- rape, Aberdare, is a miner, and the experience he relates here will be of interest and help to all who follow that calling. About three years ago," says Mr Williams, I felt very bad I had kidney and bladder trouble, and later the doctor said I was suffering from lumbago. I have no doubt it was caused by my working in the damp down the pit. About eighteen months afterwards, I had' another attack; The water be- came discoloured, and was painful in passing. There were bad pains in my back, which came hard upon me, for I had to work in all manner of positions. After loading a tram my back would almost give out,' and it was just as bad when I was timbering, especially if I had any lifting, which was a strain on the, back. Reading that Doan's backache kid- ney pills were a medicine for kidney and bladder disorders, I purchased a box. and finding that did me some good, I got a second box of the pills, which eased the pains and corrected the urinary trouble. The third box of Doan's backache kidney pills completely cured me. [ had tried other medicines, but none of them proved so good as Doan's pills. I consider these pills are a splendid medicine for miners and others whose work causes them to be bending, about in all positions. (Signed) John Williams." Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are two shillings and ninepence per box (six boxes for thirteen shillings and ninepence). Of all chemists and stores, or post free, direct from Foster-MeOlellan Co., 8 Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W. Be sure you get the same kind of pills as Mr Williams had.

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