The Daily Mercury
The Daily Mercury
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Description: Sumpter Heard Endorses Warner's Safe Cure

Date: November 18 1890

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Madison Co. Library, Huntsville, AL

Page/Column: Page 3, Column 3

So with the person having chronic kidney complaint—it is almost certain to result in Bright’s disease, then death, for the doctors admit they have no cure for it. But a certain cure may be had. Note what Sumpter Heard, of Frederick, Md., says, in a letter of May 19, 1890: “For five years I had been the victim of Bright’s disease, at times suffering the severest pains. I tried many kidney remedies and consulted as many physicians, but was not benefited and at length became tired of what seemed to be and was a useless expenditure. I began taking Warner’s Safe Cure and was relieved at once. The old symptoms recur occasionally, but I find relief only with the above remedy, which I regard as the best of proprietary medicines.”

Submitted: 05/11/14

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