INFLUENZA AND ITS ATTENDANT ETILS REDUCE ONE TO A STATE OF WEAKNESS AND GREAT NERVOUSNESS. DR WILLIAMS’S PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE ARB A CERTAIN CURE. "Influenza,' 1 said Mr Tate, of Ithloa Cottage, Illawarra road, MarrfekviDe, to our reporter, " was the malady with which I had to struggle. Of course, I didn’t want to neglect my work, so 1 went in just a susnal. But I didn’t feel just as usual—not by a long bit. Prior to this I had never experienced sickness at any time in my life; I’m naturally strong and stalwart. But after thirty years’ immunity from trouble influenza gripped me, and it gripped me pretty tight. Without warning, I suddenly became ill. I always had a first' class appetite; it loft me altogether. Positively I could cat nothing at all. Heavy headaches attacked me, and they continued to increase in violence. A spasm shot across my chest, and an overpowering weight oppressed me there ; I felt a sickening contraction of the skin and an ominous gathering of phlegmatic matter that choked free respiration; ,my whole ohost, once firm and sound, became «ore. tender, and irritable; I' found myself finable to sleep; whilst on top of all these Strangs and unaccountable sensations came a ■sharp and persistent cough that sucked up all jny strength and stirred the phlegm, but failed to move it. Dull, heavy, listless, faint, and ■aching, I went to work, and got through some:how. How I got through and how I felt after? wards you can imagine; I—can remember. " ‘ Take half a dozen boxes of Dr Williams’s Tink Pills for Pale People,’ said a friend, ‘and you’ll be saved.’ • “it was kindly said and kindly meant. The mills had been spoken highly of before, and I took his advice, with the result that I am well mow, and well I intend to continue.” “But how soon did they affect yon? After a few boxes had been taken. I was, honestly, completely cured. I kept on taking them a little longer, ju?t fo make doubly sure,
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 10464, 6 November 1897, Supplement
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