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Description: Cordial Invitation - Miss Barrows for Pinkham'sDate: June 7 1906
Newspaper published in: Pittsboro, MS
Source: MSU Library
Page/Column: Page 3, Column 1
ADDRESSED TO WORKING GIRLS
Miss Barrows Tells How Mrs. Pinkham’s
Advice Helps Working Girls
Girls who work are particularly susceptible to female disorders, especially those who are obliged to stand on their feet from morning until night in stores or factories.
Miss Abby F. Barrows, Nelsonville, Athens Co., Ohio, tells what this great medicine did for her. She writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:--
“I feel it my duty to tell you the good Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier have done for me. Before I took them I was very nervous, had dull headaches, pains in back, and periods were irregular, I had been to several doctors, and they did me no good.
“Your medicine has made me well and strong. I can do most any kind of work without complaint, and my periods are all right.
“I am in better health than I ever was, and I know it is all due to your remedies. I recommend your advice and medicine to all who suffer.”
It is to such girls that Mrs. Pinkham holds out a helping hand and extends a cordial invitation to correspond with her. She is daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five years has been advising sick women free of charge. Her long record of success in treating woman’s ills makes her letters of advice of untold value to every ailing working girl.