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. A GREAT BLOW.

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A GREAT BLOW. Nothing can come as a greater blow to a man than to be rejected by a Life Insur- ance Company through some insidious disease, such as consumption, advanced disease of the kidneys, or heart trouble. He enters the Insurance Offices feeling as well as ever he did in his life, perhaps, yet the stringent medical examination re- veals the presence of some dread disease. The sudden blow clouds the sunlight of his life, making the outlook one of dark- ness and gloom, for it is only too well known that no Insurance Office ever re- jects a man unless he is really in a serious condition. Consequently, it is seldom that anyone who has been rejected for Life Insurance ever passes the doctor after- wards. It will come, therefore, as wet- failed to pass a Medical Examination, that Mr Walker, of Braefoot Place, Douglas, Lanark, N.B., who some years ago was rejected for Life Insurance through kidney disease, has now passed two Medical Eixaminers, having cured himself completely by a, thorough course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills Mr Walker now holds a policy in a well-known Life Office, and is also insured in two Friendly Societies. A full report of his case is given in another column, and those who are interested may obtain a Handbook on Diseases of the Kidneys, from the Foster-McClellan Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W., free of all charge.

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