The wife of Mr Leonard Wells, of East Brimfield, Mass., had been suffering from neuralgia for two days, not being able to <leep of hardly keep still, wbea Mr Holden, the merchant there, sent hee a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and asked' that she give it a thorough triaL On meeting Mr Weib the next day he was told that she was all right, the pain had left her within two hours, and that the bottle of Pain Balm wm worth Sdol if it could net be hadioi .tM. y«? tale to att otottfetfe » -• ..■."- *
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Press, Press, Volume LIV, Issue 9733, 22 May 1897
Page 9 Advertisements Column 5 Press, Volume LIV, Issue 9733, 22 May 1897
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