[From the Prahran • Telegraph, 1 Victom.]
I had been much struck with some wonderful cures that I had read of from time to time in the columns of our Victorian papers, and I became interested in the apparent veracity of all of them, when a friend said to me: " 1 hear of a wonderful cure made by Dr Williams's Pink Pills for Pale People." " Where ?" said I,- incredulously. "jAt 63 Tivoli road, s?outh Yarra, Melbourne. Miss M. Warne is the lady's name." "I'll'test it," I rejoined, and though I was paticularly buiy with the elections following my avocation of reporter and editor, I did so, and I am, as I opened by faying, astonished. I went down to South Yarra the same afternoon and I saw Miss Warne, and in answer to inv questions she said: "Uh, ye 3 ; Dr Williams's Pink Pills for Pale People cured me. Don't I look oured ?'' r. " Well," I replied, "you don't seem to have much the matter with you. You look the picture of health." And I eyed the bloom oa her cheeks like the down on a peach. She smiled. " Well, three years ago I was simply dying. I lnd doctors and doctors, as all my blood was turning to water, and I grew thinner and thinner every day. My friends at Heathcote were very anxious about me. The doctors said I was suffering from anremia, but
they could not care it. It happened then that my elder sister heard of the virtues of the Dr Williams's Pink Pills for Pale People, and I thought I would just try them. I did bo, with the result you see." " A most charming result, truly," I thought. "They acted like a char.n, and now, though I am always busy, I never was so strong or happy in my life. They are the only medicine that ever did me any good." " Wonderful," I thought. " Sceptic, you are convinced." Thus I reasoned, and thanked Miss Warne for her interview, and waa about to withdraw when she said : . _ ■■ > " Dr W.illiam3's Pink Pil!s are at the present time doing- the same thing for my younger sister a3 they did for me. In a short time she too >vill be cured." "I sincerely.trust so," I replied, as I prepared to. take my departure, and, knowing that time at that moment was valuable to both Miss Warne and myself, thanked her for the in formation imparted, and hurried back to my office.
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ANÆMIA CURED., Evening Star, Issue 10464, 6 November 1897, Supplement