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in March, and very soon I slept soundly; could eat suits obtained, and for all Stomach and Nervous
whatever I wished, and by October following I was Troubles I am convinced that it is the best water on
able to do hard manual labor, and have since that earth.
time earned a support for myself and family by My wife has been greatly benefited by the water
hard labor. My home is in Mineral Wells, where 1 also. It has done her more good than anything else
can be seen by anyone who may wish to verify the ever tried.
above statement. J. ). WALKER.
The following statement made by Dr. J. H. Blackburn
was published in the TexasdHealth Journal, ot
I had been a great sufferer from Rheumatism and
Gout for eighteen years before going to Mineral
Wells. I had been to Hot Springs, Arkansas; hot
Springs, Monterey, Mexico; VWooten Wells, Burdett
Wells, Schlack Springs, and Buffalo Lithia Springs, 9
Virginia, and to other noted watering places, w.ihout
deriving any permanent benefit therefrom. During
the last six years have been seriously affected I-i
with Diabetes, and fcr one year was suffering fro--a
acute Albuminuria, with about one-fourth of urine
voided being albumen, and at the same time was
passing passing about one-half pound of sugar in
pounds. All traces of albumen disappeared at end
of eight months, without dieting, eyesight restored,
am in good health and I weigh 190 pounds. I did not
take a dose of medicine while at the Wells and ascribe
my recovery solely to these waters. The racls
can be verified by hundreds who know me, many o You can use this in any way you think it will
whom are leading physicians of Dallas and Brenham. reach suffering humanity.
After a trial of fourteen months of your Crazy CLARENCE R. JOHNSON.
Well Water I am more than pleased with the re
Texarkana, Texas, Jan. 12, 1903.
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