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Meetings at Rhos and Johnstown


Mr Rhys at Ruabon.

Mr Rhys at Bwlchgwyn.

Mr Rhys heckled at Minera.


Mr Ormsby Gore at Wrexham


Rhos Man's Good Fortune. I


Rhos Man's Good Fortune. I I ¡ In the following paragraph a Rhos man tells of his good fortune. We not only offer him our corigratulations, but' thank him for his outspoken statement. Many of us, too, will profit by his experience. It is Mr Joshua Davies, residing at 3, New street, Rhos, who speaks. At fre- quent intervals," says Mr Davies. "I was suffering with pains in my back and loins, accompanied by a tired, listless feeling, which made exertion of any kind distasteful. The pains in my back were very trying. 44 Reading an announcement of Doan's ,1 backache kidney pills, I thought I woald give them a trial, and soon afterwards I realized that they were doing me great good. The pains quickly disappeared, and with them the tired feeling and the depression. I continued with Doan's backache kidney pills for a while, and quickly regained my usual good health. I am pleased to be able to recommend the pills. (Signed) Joshua Davies." Don't neglect your kidneys if you have any such unmistakable sign of kidney and bladder trouble as puffy eyes, watery swellings in the ankles and limbs, urinary disorders, cloudy urine, rheumatism, aching back, pains in the loins and sides, irritability, nervousness, depression, and a constant worn-out feeling, Doan's back- ache kidney pills cure all these troubles by discharging the liquid poisons and waste in which so many fatal diseases have their beginning. Doan's backache kidney pills are two shillings and nine pence per box, or s'ix boxes for thirteen shillings and ninepence Of all chemists and 'stores, or post free direct from the Foster-McClellan Co. 8, Wells street, Oxford-street, London, W. Be sure you get the same kind of pills as Mr Davies had.




Johnstown Man's Stolen Mare

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