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alllll. n *M { 0VM€i>r/)CT ) ii.wtf.ru 9 f Yow." THE9R.V ysm&'f Here are FACTS from Barry. A SCHOOLGIRL'S LIFE S'VED by DR. SLATER'S BLOOD TABLETS HER PITIABLE WEAKNESS & HER REMARKABLE CURE. §The romantic story of a little Wiltshire girl s visit to Y» ales will be read with interest. Lonie Miles is 13 years old, and lives with her f?tlier, Mr. Tliomas Miles, at SammerZord, Ciiippenham. She is a bright pupil at the village school, but when she was in the fifth standard ill-health so much interfered with her studies that the teachers despaired. Ever since a wee child Louie had been subject to fainting, which seized her at home and in the class-room alike, making her an object of pity before her school friends. The children shewed all the practical sympathy that lay in their wav, but whenever after her recovery from an attack Louie ventured out to school once more her frail form was always the target for many ominous glances. These fits increased in frequency and severity, recurring at least once a week. She became quite uncon- scious; her face was ghastly white. For a long time the child would remain in a state prostration. Her parents naturally grew Phot* by] Miss LOUIE MILES. [JteWt m°8t anxious ab°nt her. Doctors and doctors' medicine gave no relief-no gleam of hope for the cmla s recovery—until one day, when she was on a. visit to her married brother Mr James Miles, 32. Tydfil-street, Barry Dock. My wife, said the latter, who was telling the story to a Barry Dock Jfews" reporter. was struck by his little relative's pale and worn face. She looked haggard and was devoid of that happy expression of good health. We were anxious to do our best and aø her parent. decided to let her remain a little while at onr house we commenced an f experiment. My wife had frequently read in J the paper accounts of remarkable cures I jiA worked by that blood-making tonic. Dr. j \^Jfj < ■*jfL Slater's Blood Tablets, and we obtained some. No one could be prouder of the reanlt than V X. ourselves. After the firat few doses Louie told j\ ua $he was feeling more like herself, and even- tnaDy not only were the faintinsr fits entirely "■ i J BsSlT) cared, but the child never complained of any 'yjf V jPjggg of the distressing symptoms that accompanied f! § 4 w||||§ them before. Sh« brightened up, enjoyed her *• —r- .i yNky— meals, and the vivacaoasness with which she V went about the bortse and indulged in her play pleased us to behold. To-day she is healthier and stronger than ever she was, and upon her „ retnra home it will be a great d pleasant WA9 GIVEN T<> FAINTING." fl surprise for her father and mother. The change is wonderful, and we think it a piece of powerful evidence of the never-failing virtua of Dr. Slater's Tabletl. Dt:Slater:5 Blood Tablets CREATE rich", red Wood, and it is by their unequalled pewer in this direction—a power which they cbtain from their novel scientific composition—that they are so successful as a remedy for fainting, palpitation, angemia, poor cir- calation, nervousness, and other symptoms of debility. The medicine is also invaluable for all ladies' ailments, heaviness about the hips, heart- weakness, shortness ox breath, neuralgia, sciatica, headache, colds, in- fluenza, that tired feeling, paralysis, locomotor ataxia, St. Vitus' dance, spinal weakness, rheumatism, gout, early decline, eczema, skin eruptions generally, and all ailments traceable to the weak or impure condition of the blood. Dr. Slater's Tablets are the product of recent medical research, and it is their aim and the very essence of their composition to cure in the most complete, lasting, and natural way by creating Rich. Red Blood I" I Obtainable of all Chemists for 2s. 9d. per box. A large size,, containing 5 times the quantity, for only 4 times the price, viz., lis. Also direct for same price from the Slater Medicine Laboratories, Greek-street, Leeds, where sufferers may also write for Free Advice. Beware of injurious imitations. See the full. protected name* y* Dr. Slater's Blood-making Tablets," ion eaeh box. E For Constipation and Bowel Disorders the proprietors reewmmend Dr. Slater's StomachM Pills* Price Is. l^d. and 2s. 9d. per Box. fl WOMEN'S AFFLICTIONS. MAST LADIES SAY VENO'S SEAWEED TOXIC IS "MAGIC ITSELF/' SYMPTOMS. 1. Do you feel aa though something was pressing down on the top of your head? 2. Have you aching pains in the back? Do your ankles swell when you stand for a time? 3. Have von palpitation cf the heart, with a dull pain under the heart? < Do you feel an aching pain between the shoulders or shooting pains in the head and face ? 5. Are yon excitable and nprvous? 6. is your apoetite poor: Do you pass sleepleaa nights? Are you easily tired? Do you feel low-spirited? 7. Do you feel "t dragging-down feeling, with pains in the limbs? 8. Do you suffer from habitual constipation and female weakness? If 80. Veno's Seaweed Ton.c will cure you. It has cured many ladies who had suffered many years. All these symptom" indicate a. derangement ot the whole vital organism. There is something wrong. Veno'e Seaweed Tonic will put you right. It cures by actiug constitutionally, by regulating and bringing into a norma) condition the whole vital system. It ill pleasant to take, effective in action, and permanent in the results obtained, especially in cases of habitual constipation. FUNGOID TUMOR AND FEMALE WEAKNESS, WITH GREAT PAIN, DIZZINESS, AND SICKNESS. MAM WELL BY VENO'S SEAWEED TONIC. JOSEPH LANGHORN. Brafferton, Darlington, writes, December 20th, 1898:—"My wife was a great suiferer with weakness and female trouble. She could net keep anything on her stomach, and suffered with severe headaches and pains in the back and side. She was so weak she coula hazily walk. She was under doctors treatment for 16 weeks, but got no relief. She savJ she would not bother with them any more. I nsard your lecture in the Mechanics' Institute, Darlington, and when [ went home I told her I thought you could do her gocd. The next day she came to you in a cab. You told her you di.l not think you could cure her completely, but that you cou!d make he • better, and after taking jour Seaweed Tonic for eight weeks sile discharged something which I took to you. and you said it was a Fungoid Turner. The aicimess ceased as soon as she discharged the obstruc- tiou. She was able to retain h.er food. and I am thankful to say that she is able to go about and do a little work. You did what you said you would do auu allow me to thank you once more for what you have done to my wife, hoping many more may have ths j>iea«ur« to thank you for your medicine." VENO S SEAWEED TONIC Is guaranteed to cure ailments arising from the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, and Blgod. especially successful in female aiiments and constipation. A valuable book accomyanies each bottle. Pdce 1st. lid. and 2s. 9d. per bottle. SOLD BY IfMsrs. Anthony and Co., chemists, St. Mary-street and Queen-street. Cardiff; Mr. Hagon, chemist, Bute-atreet, and R. Prust, Broadway. Cardiff; Mr. Reynolds, chemirt, Barry Dock: Evans, chemist, Aberdare; George, chemist. Mountain Ash; Jenkins's Drug Stores and &. W. Harris, chemist. Merthyr; Oliver Davies. chemist, Pontypridd; Richards, chemist, lilwynypia D. W Davies, chemist, Porth: Rees Williams, chemist, Tyloratown; Mr. Burgose, chemist, Ferndale; Mr. George, chemist. Pentre and Treherbert; Mr. Davies, chemist. Treorky; 1. J Thomas, chemist, Maesteg; Neath Supply Stores, and Ivor Ll. Jonea, chemist. Neath; Loveluck. chemist. Aberavon; and Boots, cash chemists. Newport, Mwaneea, Hanelly. 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