Little Kitty, on seeing a barque, passing Folkestone with, all the sail© eet, exclaimed : “ Oh, daddy, look at that lovely ship with all the blinds down.”
TAKING CARE OF THE SKIN It is not a good thing for people who have skin trouble, such as eczema, or even a tendency to pimples and a blotchy complexion, to smear themselves with greasy ointments and such things. In fact they could not do anything worse. The grease clogs the pores of the skin, and the trouble gets worse. When there is an irritating or itching rash, a soothing boracic wash may help to allay the irritation; but, of course, it doesn’t* cure. Skin complaints arise from an impure condition of the blood, and will persist until the blood is purified. The well known Dr Williams’ Pink Pills have given good results in many forms of skin trouble. They make rich, new blood that drives out the impurities and imparts a glow of health. They increase the appetite and energy, and correct any condition that arises from a deficient state of the blood. These pills can be had wherever medicine is sold,— LAdvtJ
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
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