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dies he had heard recommended, but, like the previous ones, they did no good. I was advised to take a sea trip to the South, but that did not bring the improvement I hoped for, and I returned as bad as ever, and had to lay up every now and again. I never like to give in, but at times I had to. The pain I suffered was fearful, and I would have given any thing to be rid of mv ailment.” “ How did you come to hear of Dr Williams’s Pink Pills, Mrs Mau ? ” “ Well, someone passing along the road last March threw a little pamphlet over the fence into the garden, and one of the children picked it up and brought it to me. At that time I despaired of ever be’ng better, and with doubt in my mind I read the little book through that evening. I saw there were statements of cises like mine, so I concluded that if these pills had cured others they might cure me. My husband was going into town next day, so I got him to get some. When he came home that evening I SUCCESSFUL EVERYWHERE REMOVES INFLUENZA’S AFTER EVIL EFFECTS. resorted to and persisted in until the impoverished blood is enriched, and the functions of life become regular. Upon parents rests a great responsibility at the time their daughters are budding into womanhood. If your daughter is pale, complains of weakness, is “tired out” upon the slightest exertion; if she is troubled wi'h headache or backache, pain in the side: if her temper is fitful and her appetite poor, she is m a condition of extreme peril, a fit subject for the development of that most dreaded of all dueases—consumption. If you notice any of the above symptoms, lose no time in procuring remember we read the directions over and over again; then I took my first dose of the pills. In a few days, long before I had finished the first hex, I felt relief. The pain I had suffered so long ceased, and I began to hope that 1 could be cured. I kept on with the pills, and now I feel like a new woman. I can go about my work in the house, in the yard, or in the garden as well as ever I could iu my life, rink Pills certainly cured me.” ‘‘ Did yon continue the pills long, Mrs Mau ? ” “ Up to the present 1 have taken four boxes; Ur Williams’s Pmk Pills. They will assist «M patient to develop properly and regularly: they ■will ennoh the blood, and restore health’s roa« t° the checks; bright eyes and lightness of stet will surely follow their use, and all danger oi consumption and premature death wfll b< averted. Wise and prudent mothers will insial upon their daughters taking Dr Williams’s Pinl Pills upon the approach of the period of pubertv. decay- avo < * ohan ? es °f disease or early Dr Williams s Pink Pills have cured nnmerotu in fact, I got the fifth bos months ago, and have only taken a few out of it,” “Now, Mrs Mau, can you conscientiously recommend the pllis, and would I be at liberty to use your opinion publicly ? ” “Certainly.l can,” she replied, “and you can state that no’ medicine that I have ever taken has done me any lasting good, except Pink Pills. Others may find other medicines do them good, but I stick to the pills; they are my medicine. | I had no guarantee they would do me good, but I i can now guarantee they have done me good. I don t want any other medicine, as I don’t know anything to equal thejp,” PALE AND SALLOW GIKLS. cases of paralysis, locomotor ataxia, spin! disease, rheumatism, and ’ sciatica j also < diseases arising from impoverished and vitiate humors of/the blood, which cause scrofuh rickets, chronic erysipelas, consumption of tl bowls and lungs, amomia, pale and sallow eon plexion, general muscular weakness, loss < appetite, palpitations, pains in the back, nervot headache, early decay, all forms of female weal ness, and hysteria. These pills M e not purgative. They are genuine only with the fu name. Dr Williams's Pink Pills for PalePeopl and are so.d by chemists and by Dr Williams Medicine Company. Wellington, New Zealan. for W ar d* post pwid. on receipt < stamps or nost order, one box for 3s, or ha] dozen for 15s 9d. They are unrivalled as a ton for both sexes. ~ .What can be more distressing than to see a girl drooping and fading in the springtime of youth ? Instead ot .bright eyes, glowing, rosy cheeks, and an elastic step, there are dull eyes, pale, sallow, or greenish complexion, and a languidness of step that bespeaks disease and an early death if proper treatment is not promptly BLOOD BUILDER, KERVE TONIC

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10452, 23 October 1897, Supplement

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 10452, 23 October 1897, Supplement

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