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Deficient gastric secretion, meaning a lack of the iluids necessary for digestion, is a prevalent condition. *You may have it now and not ki»jw it, because you are able to get along without actual discomfort oven with your enfeebled digestion. But it you overeat—then you are in trouble. You have indigestion, because you have given your weakoned stomach too much to do. The deficient gastric secretion was ivhat doctors call the predisposing cause, the overeating was the exciting cause. It is easy not to repeat the oveieating, but the predisposing cause must be corrected if you are to be well. The secretions that digest the food come from glands that are nourished directly by tho blood. When these secretions are insufficient the only way to restore their healthful condition is by building up tho blood. This can ho dono by Dr Williams' Pink Pills. the_ non-alcoholic tonic that assists Nature in keeping tho bodv in health. Proper attention to diet and tho use of Dr Williams' Pink PilLs should be tried in cases of disordered digestion, because it is the simple and natural way to correct the trouble. Any dealer can "supply you with Dr Williams' Pink Pills at the old price, which has not been increased. 3s a box, six boxes 16s 6d [Advt.]

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CAUSED BY OVEREATING, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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CAUSED BY OVEREATING Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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