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THE MAN WITH THE CHEER* FUL EYE. TRUE HISTORY OF MR. CLARKE. I round Mi\ William Clarke 9..1 his house, 32, Oakfield-rcad, East Ham. His appearance {surprised me. for I was not prepared to find a. man with a bright, cheerful eye, a firm, oieair skin, and the rosy giOW of health in hrs face. The traces of past suffering could be seen, it is true, but lie had vhe a.ir of a man with an appetite for the pleaeure.g of exis- tence. When I mentioned the objeot- of my visit he ua-id "I could not easily exaggerate whait 1 have undergone from influenzi- and rheumatic feon1, or rhe wonderful na,ture of my oure. 2 hadn't been well for over four years. t had influenza, and my illness started from that-. It kept. me at home thirteen weeks, and even when I could rise 1 was not myself at all. I had a tired feel- ing. and rheumatic pain: in all my hmbs. Two years afterwards I had rheumatic fever; a very skilful doctor attended, and he couldn't rid me a< t'he effects. With the rheumatio fevel jl was at, home sixteen weeks before I could go to work again;. and when I did go I stall had pains in my head and chest, coukl scarcely eo.t anything, and could never digeai my food. I was ill again all last winter, from the first week in November, and did nothing for eighteen weeks When I started work I could only just- manage to drag myself about. After the first two a.* three days I felt the panir coming on a-gsm, and I thought I should have to 3top work. Then I saw in the 'MoriLing- Leader' sua acjounr. of Xhe cures by Dl, Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People, and thought I would give their s. trial So I got a, box from the chemist. and before bad finished it felt a g-rc-a-t flhange. T'bfê. heavine.-s m. the morning wjus entirely I felt light and fresh, and my strength begat' w> return. J couid hardly contain my a. getting rid of the pa.in after such a long Dime/, tihaife knows me says: — 'There s a change ;n you somehow ? 1 don'lt; know what has done it r I k ept, on taking the Pills antii I had. taker, four boxes, and have never had an ache or u pain since. Nothing ever did me anything like the amount of good thait I got from Dr, Williaixie' Pinlf Til It. I f-eel capital now t' D-r. Williams' Pdnk Pillt. for Pale People •are shown by this and other evidence equally well authenticated to be an unfailing cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, locomotor ataxy, St. Vitus' dance, nervous headacha and prostration Awo diseases of the blood, suoh :,0'" scrofula, chronic erysipelas. So. They are i. aplemiid toniu, and restore pale and sail'low complexion* to t2ie g'low of health, a specific for all troubles peculiar to the female sex And Ul men effect a radical cure of all cases arising from worry ov-o-work-, or exoeea. Dr. WiU i amis' Pink Pills are sold by all oheiMsts. or may be had direct from Dr. Wil- liams' Medacine Compajiy, of 46. Holborn- viaduct, London, et 2s. M. pei, box; or six boxes for 1.3s. 9d. The; are rmve?, iold loose, and a.ny substituter- so sold are use- less the wooden box muiie) be in a. pink wrapper becn-ing the 4uli name, Dr. Williama' Piuk Pills for Pale People. Lfcfl.156

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