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The acquisition of perfect health ia the aim of everyone. A few remarks, therefore, on the subject will be acceptable to all young ladies who are not the happy possessors of sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks. Mrs Bowe, of North Maiden, whose daughter, Miss May, had "been seriously ill for some time, gives the following account of her restoration to health and strength again : " My daughter had been strong and healthy until almost two years ago, when she grew very pale and thin. She became weak and low spirited, lost her appetite; her sleep was troubled and re:-tless, and the least exertion fatigued her —in fact, she had to take her sister's arm for support when out walking Site was of a wonderfully active and cheerful disposition before this change took place, and

the alteration, therefore, caused us great con- | earn, and r medical " aid was Fought, but no Vgood reJ]3 ull ed. -Several were , tried, bus ;- she be- ', c a rn e we aker and more listless every

day. The dootor said sho was suffering from anamia, or poorness of blood. We then became seriously alarmed, and consulted different medical men, who prescribed, and told Miss May to take as much exercise as possible. She, being fond of flowers, naturally turned her attention to the garden, but had to abandon the work, as the least exertion exhausted her. Often, when I thought she was out taking exercise in the fresh air, I have found her in the drawing room with her bead restiug on her hands, and in a somnolent state. Then, when disturbed, the would steal quietly to her room, and remain there for hour* at a time. At this stage we became extremely anxious concerning her health, and again sought medical advice, as we thought she was going into a decline. It was of no use though ; nothing did her any good. Sho was then so thin and weak that the slightest exertion tired her. She also suffered from severe cramps in the legs. "Friends then recommended patent medicines, and two or three- kinds were tried unsuccessfully. "At last I decided to take her away to the country for a change, but just as I was about to do eo I saw in the ' Tarrangower Times' an advertisement about Dr Williams's Pink Pills for Pale People, and noticing that people with symptoms Bimilar to those of my daughter had been cured, I determined to give them a trial.

"After using half a box a great improvement was noticeable, and after using three boxes sho regained her appetite, was able to sleep with comfort, and was so strong and well that wo considered there was no necessity for her continuing to take Dr vi'illiams's Fink Piliß. So 'she discontinued them. I honestly believe my daughter's recovery was due to this great "remedy. Sho is now as well as ever she was in her life. She has a fine color, is able to eat and sleep well, and can take any amount of outdoor exercise j without feeling fatigued. I feel ve-y grateful to Dr Willbms for my daughter's recovery, and would like to have the case made known, as it may induce others who suffer as my daughter did to try this remedy to their benefit, and thus perhaps bring sunshino and happiness to their homes." Great satisfaction has been expressed by Miss Bowe's large circle of friends that she is again enjoying good health, and able to take her accustomed place at local social gatherings,

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SPARKLING EYES AID ROSY CHEEKS., Issue 10429, 25 September 1897, Supplement

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SPARKLING EYES AID ROSY CHEEKS. Issue 10429, 25 September 1897, Supplement

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