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Ardmtrt, Friday, October 4, 1907.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. Danderine Grew Free Miss Carroll's Hair AND WE CAN PROVE IT! BEAUTIFUL HAIR -AT- SMALL COST WITHIN the last decade great and rapid strides have been made in Materia Mcdica. Many diseases that were considered incurable fifteen years ago are now cured in a few days, and in many cases prevented altogether, The scientists of late years have been searching for the cause, the foundation, the reas on and the starting point of disease, fully realizing that the actual and true cause must be ascertained before a remedy can be created. Hair troubles, like many other diseases, have been wrongly diagnosed and altogether misunderstood, The hair itself is not the thing to be treated, for the reason that it is simply a product of the scalp, and wholly dependent upon its action. The scalp is the very soil in which the hair is produced, nurtured and grown, and it alone should receive the at tention if results arc to be expected. It would do no earthly good to treat the stem of a plant with a view of making it grow and become more healthful the soil in which the plant grows must be attended to. Therefore, the scalp in which the hair grows must receive the attention if you arc to expect it to grow jyid be come more beautiful. Loss of hair is caused by the scalp drying up or losing its supply of moisture or nutriment, and when baldness occurs the scalp has simply lost all its nourishment, leaving nothing for the hair to feed upon (a plant or even a tree would die under similar conditions). The natural and logical thing to do in either case, is to feed and replenish the soil or scalp as the case may be, and your crop will grow and multiply as nature intended it to. - Dr. Knowlton's DANDERINE has a most curious effect upon the hair glands and tissues of the scalp. It is the only remedy for the hair ever discovered that is identical with the natural hair foods or liquids of the scalp. It feeds and nourishes the hair and does all the work originally carried on by the natural nutrients or life-giving juices generated by the scalp itself It pene trates the pores of the scalp quickly and the hair soon shows the effects of its won derful exhilarating and life-producing qualities. One twenty-five cent bottle is enough to convince you of its great worth as a hair growing and hair beautifying remedy try It and see for yourself. Now on sale at every Drug and Toilet Store in the land, Three sizes. 25c50c$1.00 To show how quickly Danderine acts, we will send a large sample free by return mail to anyone who sends this free notice to the Knowlton Danderine Co., Chicago, with tlu'ir name and address and io cents in silver or stamps to pay postage. HISS J. CARROLL, 2307 Irving Ave., Chicago MISS CARROLL SAYS: "My hair would not reach my waist when I began using Danderine and it is now more than four feet long."