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INFLUENZA AND RHEUMATISM.

FORMIDABLE FOES MASTERED. Among those who speak in grateful terms oi the wonderful curative powers of Dr "Williams's Pink Pills is Mr William Carroll, of Sydney, Manitoba, Canada. Mr Carroll says:—Following an attack of influenza, my whole system was so weakened that it was with difficulty I could do any work. In this condition I was an easy prey to my old enemy, rheumatism, and 1 suffered the agony of its pains in almost every bone in my body. I doctored a great deal, but without any beneficial results, and I Bpeni seventeen dollars for one medicine largely advertised aa a cure for rheumatism, without the leasi benefit. I naturally felt despondent, and thought the trouble had fastened itself upon me in permanent form. I had read so much about Dr Williams's Pink Pills that I at lasl determined to give them a trial. I can't my that I felt anything in the way of beneficial results until I had used the third box, but a( that juncture the encouragement wa3 so grea( that I determined to continue the treatment, and I used the Pink Pills throughout the winter, constantly gaining in strength. AVher spring arrived I found myself better than I had been for years. Every vestige of rheumatism had disappeared, and although ten months have passed since I took the last pill I have not had the slightest return of the trouble. I therefore think it is but right that I should make known the good that I have received from the famous Dr Williams's Pink Pills, and I hope mj experience may be the means of putting some other sufferer on the road to renewed health.— [Advt.]

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INFLUENZA AND RHEUMATISM., Evening Star, Issue 10425, 21 September 1897

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INFLUENZA AND RHEUMATISM. Evening Star, Issue 10425, 21 September 1897

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