KEEP WHAT YOU GAIN
Most people who have but a small r» scivo of strong! hj foci better in summer than in winter. Tbe vitality gained 1 during the out-of-door season carries them through the Irving weather of winter and early spring, until there comes a time when the stored-up reserve strength is not sufficient. How, then, shall wo keep and add to the reserve of strength which means_ so much? By taking Dr Williams’ Pink Pills, the blood and nerve tonic, to strengthen and sustain the system so that it can fceep all the strength that it has gained and gain more. Dr Williams’ Pink Pills build up the blood and enable it to carry nourishment to every’ part of the body. Many disorders that have proved stubborn for years have been "cached by this tonic treatment. Try these pills for debility, nervousness, headache, loss of appetite, siucplessness, rheumatism, antenna, or any other condition caused or aggravated by* thin blood and weak nerves. Dr Williams’ Pink Pills contain no harmful ingredients of any kind, and are to be had from your nearest dealer.—[Advt.]
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KEEP WHAT YOU GAIN, Evening Star, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914
KEEP WHAT YOU GAIN Evening Star, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914
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