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TO ITHE PUBLIC.
N view of the unprecedented demand for Sangcura Sprudel
Water,now being actively promoted by American medical
men as the choicest of the natural sanitary waters of
the world, we take pleasure in notifying the, public that
arrangements with the great main transportation lines have
now been completed by which individual or trade orders, in
whatever quantity and from whatever direction, can from this
date be filled with regularity and dispatch and but a few hours
from the native wells in Texas. Beginning with to-day, sup-
plies in any volume, either of Sangcura Sprudel Water as it
comes from the Wells, Sparkling Sangcura Sprudel Water car-
bonated and handsomely bottled at the Wells, Condensed Sang-
cura Sprudel Water, Sangcura Sprudel Salts, Sangcura Sprudel
Crystals and Sangcura Digestive Tablets, may now be ordered
from tlie Northern Distributing Center, 3I1 Dearborn St., Chi-
cago, or from authorized agents in all principal cities, or direct
from the home office at Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto County,
Texas.

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