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When yen feel badly all over, but with iv> particular organ of your body noticeably cut of order, you need a tonic for the Mood. You require a medicine that will benefit the whole system. Th 3 blood reach-?.? every part cf the body, and when it is built up the wholo svsUm qnicklv benefits.

Dr Williams' Pink Pills are a nonalcoholic tonic that build up the blood, nuking it rich and red and able to supplv to the tissues of the body the nourishment they need to keep them in health. Most general debility results from thin blocd. Every part of the body surfers and you "feet badly all oveT." When the ■blocd ia rwtorad and a health-jriving stream i» goinj? to every jpart of the body you .«oon see the result in a better appetite," aii improved digestion, brighter eyes, better eoler in cheeks and lipa. Dr Williams* Pink Pills are- a most valuable family tonic, and should be taken by every member of the family, except infants, wbewver the general health is not what it should be. Much downright sickness has been saved by the use of a tonic or supporting medicine in times of physical depression. All dealers sell Dr William' Pint Pais.-TAd7t.l

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FEEL BADLY ALL OVER, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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FEEL BADLY ALL OVER Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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