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A lady having remarked in company thai s-he thought thoro should be a. (ax on the tingle stat'-, " Ye*, madam." rejoined a seiiMcman vrho was prerent, "as on all other luxuries." fmmmmmmmmmm . V —lt you arc f eollng " a bit below par >» —"not quite the thing"—"run. down"—or "out of sorts". See to it that your Indisposition is removed before it turns to something more than an ailment. It Is always unwise to ignore even the slightest sign of sickness. Napoleon used to say: "Every moment lost gives an opportunity tor misfortune". This is eminently true in regard to any poor condition of health. Much trouble Is caused by stomach and liver disorders i if this is so in your case n timely dose of that famous and well-known specific—Beecham's Pills—is the best • nrl anrnit Tn«wltolvi«> 4-n tuba. I* nl. A p invariably follows even the first dose; and if you persevere wiUi tlio treatment. the pills regularly, you will soon establish a state of good health to wbloh, possibly, you may long liavo been a stranger. For "run-down" men and women Boecham's Fills are a reliable remedy. Their tonic and corrective qualities soon bring the important organs of digestion up to their normal efficiency. They also exert a purifying effect upon the blood -and thus benefit the wholo bodily system. Repressing and unhealthy conditions Soon yield to the beneficial Influence of mkn lo}<l. (36 puis) 1/1} (56 pills) & 2/9 (168 pill)). Stout Eyes are Worth Taking Care Of. Take 15 minutes Home day soon and left us advise yon as to your Spectacles. johnstone"! haslett (Certificated), CHEMISTB AND OPTIGIAN3, 162 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Post OfAftft),

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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