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 .????;???  p:r' .!t:J> ,-ihi. I :,i#>'I i J, "$ :t t\ j tí" "l" W O;he Wet Caused Chill on the Kidaeys and Bladder. Then Dropsy Set in. |N 1901, Mr W. Dean, of 36, Beoch-1 1 6 ;Id Road, Doncaster; lay helpless  for two months through kidney I complications, and was told he could ( not v-ork again." "Working in the wet began the mischief," be explained. It caused chill and led to bladder disorder und baokf\.d16.. j Then inflammation of the kidneys j -et iv, followed by an almost snff >cat- iag attack of renal dropsy. From j t.ead to foot I w as swollen beyond j recogoition. I was only kept going by sips of milk, and there seemed to1 be no hope for me. I Yet I made a wonderful recovery, I for when at my lowest ebb, 1 was ad- vised to try Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. This medicine overcame all ob- structions the pains left my back, the urinary flow increased, aDd dropsy gradually eabsided. Before six weeks had passed I was absolutely well again. Thanks to Dean's Pills I am back at work and never felt better in my life. (Signed) W. Dean." More than 16 Years Well. On January 7rh, 1918, Mr Dean said ;—" Am doing my bit' at war- work now, and basy all hours of the day. I maintain the splendid health Doan's Pills restored to me over six- teen years ago." To ensure the tame resultt as Mr. Dean, insist upon the tame Kidney Medicine—DO AN' 8 BAOK- JGRE KIDNEYPILDS.—Sold by all Dealers or 21. 9d. a bottle from Foster- MeClsllan Co., 8 Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W.L

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