1903 Jan 3 Mrs Henry Whiteman recommends Zoa Phora
FORT WAYNE WOMEN - ENDORSE ZOA PHORA Prominent Ladles of This City Are Enthusiastic ,1a Their Praise o( the Remedy That Has. ' Cured Them. Hundreds of women right hers In Fort Wayne hare tested the merits of Zoa Fhora with the most satisfactory satisfactory results. The best feature of the Zoa Phora treatment Is that ft cores permanently. Mrs. Jane Klme, 1182 Wells street, having been cured by Zoa Fhora soma years ago is still praising ths remedy, because it permanently permanently cured her. She says: "Some years ago X was Tery sick with what the doctors called consumption. consumption. Sly physicians gave me tap and my friends4 hardly knew what to do. X wks finally induced to try Zoa Fhora and I am thankful to say that It brought me out all right Z know that I owe my life to your valuable medicine, and I am therefore therefore willing to Jet others know the great benefit X have received. Soma remedies help a little while one it taking them, but the effects of Zoa Fhora are permanent. X still have the utmost faith in your remedy, and will cheerfully recommend it to all." Vr. J. Matcalf, 1905 Force street, Fort Wayne, Ind., writes Aug. 1, 1902: "About three years ago I was very much troubled with female weakness and general debility; was all run down and could get nothing to give me any permanent relief until until X tried Zoa Fhora. After taking three bottles I was entirely cured and give the praise all to Zoa Fho This was three years ago, and afvn - this length of time I wish to state that the benefit X received proved to le permanent and this is something that cannot be said .of all remedies. X take pleasure in recommending Zoa Fhora whenever I have opportunity, opportunity, and cannot say enough in its praise." Mrs. X. F. Standinger, 1312 Hock - hill street. Fort Wayne, Ind., says in her letter of July 31, 1902: "I have used Zoa Fhora for weakness and general debility, and have found it to be very beneficial, and I firmly believe the remedy will do all the proprietors claim for it. X am so firm In my belief that this is true, that X gladly recommend the medicine medicine to all; and will gladly give particulars particulars to any woman who may wish to write or call on me." ' In a letter dated July 31, 1002, lira. F. C. Oerke, 1235 Swinney avenue, avenue, Tort Wayne, Ind., writes: "X used Zoa Fhora before the birth of my child, and it was the means of glv'sg me a vary aucoessful confine ment and with little pain at birth. X was in labor only a short time, and feel that X owe the beneficial effects all to Zoa Fhora. X will gladly recommend recommend this wonderful medicine to any woman in need, and will give particulars to anyone wishing to consult consult me." Sirs. Henry Whiteman, 720 Birr street, Fort Wayne, Ind., writes Aug. 2, 1902: "My system was all run down as a result of general debility debility and extreme nervousness. Zoa Fhora helped me more than any other remedy, and X am therefore anxious to let others know of this great remedy. I gladly recommend the remedy to anyone afflicted as I was, and will cheerfully give particulars particulars to any woman wishing to ask ne."