To Fellow Citizens infirm And weakly people dwelling round; I write these lines you to inform, Four days each week, at home I'm found. Fifty-six years in practice now, Some hundreds truly thankful are; They unsolicited avow, That they have gain'd a lasting cure. In pure love with all—and opposing none, I continue on as I first begun. If other sources you have tried, And all have given you over, Give me a call 'ere you decide, Impossible to recover. If there is hope you to restore, I'll try my best what I can do; And if no hope of this be sure, I'll freely tell my thoughts to you. Scores I have cur'd—given hundreds relief, Whose treatment by others only caused grief.
Note the address—J. GERRED, Medical Herbalist, Thrift Cottage, EXETER. ATTENDANCE DAILY (Mondays and Wednesdays excepted) from 10 to 8. ADVICE GRATIS. Visiting Barnstaple—North Country Inn, second and fourth Monday every month, 11 to 4, Newton Abbot—126, Queen-street, first and third Wednesday every month, 1 to 4. Call or send for list of Testimonials—Sent post free.
Source: Trewman's Exeter Flying Post, Saturday 22 November 1890