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PALE AND SALLOW GIRLS.

What can be more distressing than to see a girl drooling and fading in the springtime of

youth 1 Instead of bright eyeß, glowing, rosy cheeks, and an elastic step, there are dull eyes, pale, sallow, or greenish complexion, and a* languidness of step . that tespealts disease and an early death if proper treatment is not promptly resorted to and persisted in until, the impoverished blood 13 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 with headache or . backache, pain in the side; if her temper is fitful and. her appetite poor, she is\ih. a .condition of extreme peril, a fit subject for the de- , velopment of that most dreaded of all diseases —consumption. If you notice any of the above symptoms, lose no time in pro- '. curing Dr Williams's Pink Pills. They will assist • the patient to develop properly and regularly; they will enrich the blood and restore health's roses to the cheeks; bright eyes I "and'-.lightness of- step will surely follow their use, and all danger of consumption and premature death will be averted. . Wise and prudent mothers will insist upon their*daughters takingDr Williams's Pink Pills upon the approach of , the period of puberty, and thus avoid all : chances of disease or early decay.

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PALE AND SALLOW GIRLS., Evening Star, Issue 10464, 6 November 1897, Supplement

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PALE AND SALLOW GIRLS. Evening Star, Issue 10464, 6 November 1897, Supplement

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