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On the 23d day of January, 1896, I came to Minand
Tdpo Chico Hot Springs, Monterey, Mexico, and eral Wells by advice of my physician, Dr. J. W. TalI
unhesitatingly declare the waters of Mineral Wells bot, of Texarkana. I had been confined to my bed
to be vastly superior to any or all of them. for some months with indigestion and kidney trouble,
N. B. KENNEDY, M. D., Hillsboro, Tex. preceded by a severe spell of fever. My case had been
Vice-Pres. Texas State Medical Ass'n. pronounced hopeless and I was brought to Mineral
Wells on a stretcher, and after I arrived I used the
I will cheerfully state that I spent three weeks at Crazy Well Water alone, without the use of other
Mineral Wells, in January last. When I arrived Hnere medicine, until the 11th day of March, when I left
I did not expect to live ten days, being seriously ai
for my home a well man. C. C. MOORES,
flicted with Kidney Trouble, Torpid Liver, Indiges
Sheriff of Bowie County, Texas.
tion and Insomnia. After using Crazy Well water a
On March 10th, 1900, I came from St. Louis, Mo.,
to Mineral Wells. For three years before I came I
CHARLESC B.~~ia PERR, ac, exs
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few days, I became better and continued to improve had been unable to do a day's work; 1 was almost a
rapidly iiil I left. I am entirely relieved of my Kid
stranger to sleep, and could eat but a very little of a
ney Trouble and Indigestion, and sleep well and have light diet. The best physicians of St. Louis said that
a good appetite. "I feel assured that I owe my, life the trouble was Bright's Disease and that they could
to he se f CazyWel Waer.
to the use of Crazy Well Water." ~do nothing for me. I began using Crazy Well Water
CHARLES B. PEARRE, Waco, LTexas.
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Texas and Pacific Railway - General Passenger Department. Mineral Wells, Texas, text, Date Unknown; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth21925/m1/12/?rotate=90: accessed June 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Boyce Ditto Public Library.