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A St David's Election Cry.



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A WELL-KNOWN FOOTBALLER. The football match, which was played at Mr H. Williams. Carmarthen Park at Easter (1909), between the Brothers Williams, of Haverfordwest, and the Brothers Randall, of Llanelly, will still be fresh in the memory of our readers and the following 1 ntere s ting statement is made by one of the winning team Mr Howard Williams, whose address is 1, Dark Street,Haverfordwest:- The least cold," says Mr Williams, would affect my kidneys, and bring on severe pains in my back and loins. Sometimes the pain would spread to my shoulders, I was also troubled with splitting headaches, and now and then came over dizzy. Hearing that Doan's backache kidney pills were a good medicine for such troubles, I made up my mind to try them.. They did me a great deal of good in every way, strengthening my back, and completely driv- ing away the pains. I can indeed speak well of Doan's pills. (Signed) Howard Williams." Over seven years after making the above statement, Mr Williams said :—" I still keep quite well, and I confirm all I said for Doan's backache kidney pills many years ago." Doan's backache kidney pills are two shil- lings and ninepence per box, or six boxes for thirteen shillings and ninepence. Of all chemists and stores, or post free direct from the Foster iNIcClelkan 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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