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WHICH ARE JUSTIFIED BY AN EXTRAORDINARY PUBLIC EXPERIENCE.
TO THE PUBLIC.—Greeting: As the conductors of the largest business of the kind in the world, (and therefore having an extraordinary experience), we feel justified in making the following statements:
OUR THEORY PROVED.
First.—We have held from the beginning that most of the common ailments are caused primarily by kidney and liver disorders, not primarily by bad blood; that bad blood is caused by temporary or chronic derangement of the kidneys and liver, and that by restoring these blood-purifying organs to health, we could cure most of the common ailments. Other practitioners, however, have held that extreme kidney and liver disorders were incurable. We, have proved to the contrary in thousands of cases.
SAFEGUARDS AGAINST EPIDEMICS.
SECOND.—The kidneys and liver are the sewers of the system, and unless they are kept in perfect working order no amount of public sanitation can prevent epidemics raging among the people. The prudent man, in the winter and spring, will fortify the system against an such possibility. Dr. Koch, the celebrated German scientist and physician, says, for instance, that cholera will have but little effect among those who keep the digestive organs and the kidneys and liver in healthful operation. Warner’s SAFE Remedies are the best scientific curatives and preventives, and should be used now as a safeguard against any future scourge.