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UNREFRESHING SLEEP

The woman who is tired out. who aches all over when .site rises in the morning, who feels depressed most of the lime, needs just the help that Dr Williams' Pink Pills can give her—new blood and stronger nerves. The number of disorders that ' are caused by thin blood is amazing, and most women are careless about the condition of their blood. Quickly the nerves are, affected, and the. patient becomes irritable, worries over trifles, does not sleep as well as formerly, and is not refreshed by rest. There may or may not be stomach trouble and headache. This is a condition that calls for Dr Williams’ Pink Pills, the non-alcoholic tonic. (dive Dr Williams’ Pink Pills a trial and the first sign of new life will be noticed in your appetite. You will be hungry by meal time. As the blood becomes enriched it feeds and soothes the irritated nerves, sleep becomes sounder and more refreshing, your worries become less, your work lighter. These are some of the things that these tonic pills do. Try them for any trouble caused by thin blood. Your’ nearest dealer can supply jftm with these jyiils, — J.4d vt j

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UNREFRESHING SLEEP, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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UNREFRESHING SLEEP Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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