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HEADACHES THAT WARN

The headache which in addition to the pain gives the impression of a tight band about the head is caused by nervous exhaustion. It is a blessing in disguise, because it gives warning that you are overdrawing vour supply of nervous energy. Unless you stop the mental fatigue and build up your nerves yon will be fortunate if you escape nervous breakdown, some form of jparalysis or other severe nervous disorder. Rest is, of course, desirable, but not always possible, and liable to be deferred. With sufficient rest the nerves wall build themselves up. Failing in this, you need something that will build them up and sustain them while they are kept moderately at work. Dr Williams’ Pink Pills are probably unequalled for this purpose. They build up the nerves in the only possible way by enriching the blood with the elements the nerves need. The treatment is one of nutrition of the nerve cells, requiring a non-alcoholic tonic; and Dr Williams’ Pink Pills have proved useful in so many severe cases that every sufferer is justified in giving them a trial for any form of nervous debility. They contain no opiate or harmful drug. Get them at your nearest dealer.—LAdvt.J

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HEADACHES THAT WARN, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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HEADACHES THAT WARN Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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