UUEMU AGES MOSTWOMEN Haggard and Old Looking in Her Teens. The Plight of an Anaemic Girl: Now has Bright Rosy Health Through New Blood from Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Nothing makes young women and girls lose their good looks as quickly as a atate of bloodlessness. Anaemia writes itself on the face of everyone whose blood supply becomes thin and watery. But the loss of good looks is only a minor symptom. The suffering with weakness, headaches, heart palpitation, and Indigestion, as well as the tendency to a decline, makes life a misery. There's only one thing that will cure anaemia; more blood. More blood cures Just as food cures hunger. To make more blood there Is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills compounded for that very purpose. They have made new blood for so many men and women and girls in Australia that the point need not be argued. They did it In the case of Miss Rose Windsor, 208, Vlvlan-st., Boulder City, W.A., who made the following statement: — "I was always inclined to delicacy and when I was 13 I became anaemic. Some days I would eat heartily though the food didn't seem to nourish mc. I had a great craving for vinegar. I took wine and extract of malt and rod liver oil, but I couldn't get strong. My face and hands were bloodless and my lips and gums were white. My blood was so thin and poor that a cut would hardly bleed at all. I had to leave 6chool, I couldn't walk the distance. My ankles puffed up If I stood for long. My face was quite haggard and old looking. My eyes sunk in with dark marks under them and looked unnaturally bright. I only wanted to lie down and speak to no one. My heart would start to beat furiously If I went for a walk. I'd get cruel headaches that would press on my eyes, till I could hardly see. I was subject to fainting attacks and might fall down without any warning. The least thing would startle mc and set mc crying, I was so low in spirits, and I had night sweats. My back was alwaj-s aching. I was drowsy all day, and at night time I couldn't close my eyes." I got neuralgia in my head until I was nearly distracted. I was suffering like this for some years when a friend recommended mc to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I started to improve with the third box. I was not so tired, and didn't feel so weak. A little colour came into my face and I began to eat I better. I was quite a different girl. The ; headaches and neuralgia ceased. Continuing I quite regained my health and strength. Every symptom of the anaemia v. rent away and left mc bright and well." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills make the Good, Red Blood that women nt all ages need to keep thorn well and happy nnd attractive. Sold by all dealers (but insist on having the genuine pllla, for substitutes never cur«). If In doubt send to the Dr. William*' Medietno Co, of Auatralaala, Ltd., Wellington; 8/ one box, six boxes. 16/6,
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