'MY BLESSING IS WITH THE PROPRIETORS.'
Clutha Leader, Rōrahi XXIV, Putanga 1219, 12 Whiringa-ā-rangi 1897, Page 7
'MY BLESSING IS WITH THE PROPRIETORS.'
THE HEARTFELT REMARK OF A LADY CURED OF RHEUMATISM OF FOURTEEN YEARS* STANDING BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. (From the National Advocate, Bathurst.) Mrs Kenney, a lady now 62 years of age. resides with her son at the corner of Russell and William streets, Bathursr. Having heard that a marvellous cure had, through the medium of t lie world-renowed Dr Williams Pink Pills for Pale People, recently been effected in her own case, a reporter from the. T^ational Advocate was hastily despatched to elicit details. Her story is an interesting one, and Mrs Kenny was quite anxious to give it publicity, so that sufferers might benefit by her experience. vVe will give the case exactly as stated : — 4My name is Amelia Kelly. I am a widow, and live with my two sons here. For the last 14 years I have been a sufferer from chronic lheumatisin, and the piins I hnve suffer ;d defy description. I first contracted this frightfully painful disease through living in a clamp house. I was living in Sydney until 18 months ago, when I came to Bathurst, and the torture I endured in both cities diove me to the verge of madness. The pains, though they came on gradually at first, in a few months became terrible ; they lodged in my body and legs, and also attacked my right shoulder and arm. It seemed as if mad dogs were tearing the flesh off my bones. After a time I became so deplorably run down that I could neither walk, sleep, eat, nor do anything else but lie in a comatose state. I tried doctor after doctor, and spent a mint of money on medicines of all sorts (Mrs Kenny's son here showed the reporter the stock of empty bottles, and they would have nearly filled a chemist's shop). I could not get even temporary relief from anything I took ; in fact, some of the stuff I used made me worse, and occasioned me excruciating pain. All my neighbors here can tell you what I have suffered, I used to be screaming out during all the long hours o£ many a night, and the policewere on several occasions attracted by my cries; but I could not help myself, and, in fact, I wished I oould have died then and there. 4 About this time I heard of Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I had tried so many reputed remedies that one more would not seem amiss, so I decided to give them a trial. And I'm glad I did so, for I have taken them with the greatest possible benefit. Thanks to them, I am a different woman now from what I was a little time ago, and feel well, happy, and have plenty of energy.' 'They certainly have done you a great deal of good then, Mrs Kenny V 'My word they have,' replied that lady." l They are a splendid remedy; in fact, I believe them tho best on earth, and my blessing is with the pro prietors. They ure truly wonderful there is nothing to come near them.' 'Then you can recommend them tc all people suffering as you have done 1
• I would recommend them to the many sufferers in this world.' Mrs Kenny's son then said that his mother had not been able to walk at all without a crutch, which she had always had to keep with her, but since, taking Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People she has been walking without, any assistance whatever. Sh* now requires neither crutch, stick, nor anything else. Dr Williams' Pink Pills are obtainable from all leading chemists, or from the Dr Williams' Medicine Co., Wellington, N.Z., who will forward (post paid), on receipt of siamps or post order, one box for 3s, or half a dozen for 1 5 3 9(1, They positively cure rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, and influenza's evil after effects, and are a specific for all diseases of women, such as anasmia, poor and watery bloody female irregularities, nervous headache, and hysteria. They are not a purgativo medicine, but brace ap and permanently strengthen the whole system. Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are not a patent medicine, but are a thoroughly scientific preparation, the result of years of careful study on the part of an eminent Edinburgh University physician, and they were successfully used by him in his every day practice for years before being offered for general sale.