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SUFFERERS FROM RUPTURE Had better consult Mr. David Charles, Pm- flecii Cottages, Pwll, Llanelly, who has receivso die following testimonials and about ILM others, which will from time to time appoeb m this paper:— 6 Penrally Terrace, Skewen, Neath, January 1st, 1910. Dear Mr. Charles, With great pleasure I write you this letter concerning the remarkable cure of Rupture that you brought about on my child. As you will remember, he was only about six weeks old when he was put under your treatment, and from the first day he seemed to get bet- ter, for he was continually crying before with pain; and after continuing your treatment for a few months he was perfectly cured, for during the last four months he has not worn a truss nor any abdominal support whatever, and four months without a support at all is a very good trial, I think. During that time I have not seen the least sign of Rupture at all, and he is now a strong, healthy boy. I shall with pleasure recommend you to all sufferers from Rupture that I may know of. May you long be spared to cure many again. Kindly accept my many thanks, with best wishes for the future. Yours, etc., DAVID HOWELLS. —o— Brynhyfryd, Ponthenry, Near Llanelly, Carm., Jan. 27th, 1910. Dear Sir, With great pleasure I inform you of the wonderful cure effected of my Rupture on the right side Being unable to follow my em- ployment, I was advised to try you. Thanks to your attention and treatment I have been completely cured. Since I finished your won- derful and effective treatment I can follow my occupation quite the same as before, with- out wearing a truss or any other abdominal support, which speaks for itself. My earnest hope is that you will be spared for many years to come to cure those who are suffering from the terrible malady. This you may use as a testimonial, and I have no hestitation in advising all who may be suffering from the said complaint to consult Mr. Charles if they desire a complete cure. I remain, yours truly, I MORGAN MORGANS.