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For weeks at a time he had to poisonous Uric Acid. Remember, to do this a be attended day and night. He was twice real remedy must pass through the kidneys in hospital for treatment, and we tried and the bladder, and not through the bowels every remedy we heard of without success, as most kidney pills do. When you see the I was persuaded by a friend to let him try urine change to a muddy bluish colour—a De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills and I feature which distinguishes De Witt's Pills aim delighted to be able to tell you he got firim all others-you know beyond all doubt immediate relief. The swellings began to go that they have put thedr bealin., touch on the down at once and he made wonderful pro- right spcot-the kidnavs and the Madder. A gress. He is now strong and healthy as any wonderful pill-straigiit to the kidneys-tbat boy of his age." is the reason why De Witt's give. such amaz- This statement was made by Mrs M. Hine-?, higlv quick relief—every time. 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