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In many respects res cls Scrofula and Consumption are re alike they develop from the same gen general
era eral causes both are hereditary and dependent upon an impure and im impovished imo Hee
povished o vished blood aupply In c consumption the disease fastens itself upon uponthe uponthe
the lungs in Scrofula the glands of the neck and throat swell and suppurate causing ugly running sores soresthe sorest soreshe r i
the t eyes are inflamed and w weak ak there is an almost continual discharge from the cars the limbs swell swellbones swellbones
bones ache and white swelling is frequently a result causing the diseased bones to work out through throughthe
the skin producing indescribable pam and suffering Cutting away a sore or diseased gland does 110 110good nogood
good the blood is poisoned The old scrofulous taint which has probably come down through several seeralgenerations severalgenerations
generations has polluted every drop of blood bloodlfflf blooda
lfflf a Scrofula requires vigorous persistent treatment Thc blood must be brought back to a healthy healthycondition healthycondition i
condition before the terrible disease iseas can be stopped in its work of destruction Mercury potash and
2 f rr other poisonous minerals usually given in such cases do more harm than good they ruin the digestion digestionand
and leave the system in a worse condition than before beforeS
S S S is the only medicine that can reach deepseated deep seated blood troubles like Scrofula It goes down to the very roots of ofthe ofthe
the disease and forces every vestige of poison out of the blood S S S is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known knownThc knownThe
Thc roots an and herbs from which it is made contain won wonderful erful blood purifying properties vhich no poison however powerful can canr cantRR
long resist S S S stimulates and purifies p the blood increases the theA thet7
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enfeebled body If von have reason to YOU or orour orpour
pour our child has inluritcd an any > blood taint dont wait for it to develop hut begin at o once lce the use of S S S It is a fine tonic and the thet the1e
1e t llood purifier and blood builder known a3 it contains ito poisonous minerals S S S is preeminently a remedy for iorch forchildr
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ta taLt t are of phcdus pllt Sillall for more than two years She ill ws wor tCUfrl at the end of that time however rind rindno a awhich
no 11105t aost lJ t ci h 1 r Ii e f w 1 Lu1t1cg Lute es of Swift s specific cured curcl11ur her complehh n it H rented to too togo s
go o direct to the weof ueofthetrouble the trouhle I Idonotbelieyrithasaaequalforshlhborneasesofltoridiseases Idonotbelieyrithasaaequalforshlhborneasesofltoridiseasesare do not believe it ha ml cqual for tt1hborllllsf 11 11iscases 11iscaseswhich
which ue lft htOIl VOU 1 the power of other ocal1ed blood remedies S 1 nROOR Ionticello Ga CaOur GaOur
Our medical dcpariment is in charge of experienced physicians who have made madcScrofula madeScrofula i
Scrofula anti tier hloll diseases a life study Write them about your your case or auy au oneyou one oneoa
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