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FESTIVITY AND DYSPEPSIA.

Quite unconsciously most people eat 100 xnich during the festive season. The rules at' hospitality make refusals difficult, and Hke fch*- straw in tho cose of the camel. it is. the last piece of cake which causes ihe trouble. As a result of the. holiday tim« yon realise that your digestion is not iiuite'as good as you thought. A dec.tor would explain that deficient gastric secretion, meaning a lack of the fluids ne-ce-s- ---.-;<!•>' for digestion, is a prevalent eondition. Yon are aide to get along in a kind ot way in ordinary times, but -when you over-«it then yrm aro in trouble. Von have indigestion because yott have given vour we?«kcned stomach too much U> <\n. ? lhe deficient tiastrie st'eretiori was what doctors<!all the cattio, the overeating was the exciting; cause. It is easy not to repeat the over-eating, hut the piedisposing cause must bo corrected if you are to be well. The secretion* that digest the food come from glands that aro nourished dileictly by the blood. When these sectetioiiji aro insurricient the only way to restore their healthful condition is by building np the blood. This ca-rt be done by Dr WiHiams' Wnk Pills, the nou-aleoTioli'e tonie that assists Xaturo in keeping the bedv in health. Proper attention to dipt snd the use ot Dr Williams.' Pit;k Pills should be tried in eases of disoi'dere t l digestion, because it is tho simple and natural way lo correct the troub'e. Anydealer can supply you with Dr Williams' Tink Pills at tli* old price, which has not been increased—oa a box, six bores 16s> 6d. —{Advt.l

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FESTIVITY AND DYSPEPSIA., Evening Star, Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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FESTIVITY AND DYSPEPSIA. Evening Star, Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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