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I A BABY TAKEN AWAY. I

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A BABY TAKEN AWAY. I The "People's Journal" of Dundee, one of the most important Scotch papers, calls at- tention to this case. "Up to July I was a healthy won.an," said a lady in Fife-hire, "it was a coid I caught in the holidays, and ,:(1 I could not get rid of, which began my troubles. I first had a pain in my side, and then an awful cough. I became weaker and weaker. The doctor ordered my baby to be v/eaned at once, and I was sent to bed. My kidneys were attacked by the cold. I lay in bed suffering from severe pain. I "Two months after my illness commenced, the doctor was specially sent for one fore- noon, as I had become dangerously ill. After examination, he asked me, among jther things, if any of my people had died of consumption. ia,i.y mother,' I answered, 'had gone in that way, but I did not think consumption was in the family.' "He said—'I tlnnk you are going into a. consumption.' I was ordered brandy, eggs, ¡ and beef tea, but I could not take anything my appetite had completely gone. Rela- ( tives were sent for from Edinburgh to take j away the child, then eleven months old. When my husband returned from going to the station with them, he said '•'I think, Jeannie, 1 will get this wonder- 11 think. Jeannie, 1 will get this wonder- ful new medicine I have seen so often men- tioned in the newspapers. It is not or- dinary medicine, and the papers have re- ported some of its wonderful cures. Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People they (-all the thing. They are only 2s 9d a box. "He went and rought me a box. I took a little bread and milk to have something on I my stomach, and he gave me three of Dr Williams Pink Pills. Through the night my cough seemed to get a little easier. When I wakened I said, 'Alec-I feel so hungry.' He gave me a, lam chop and a cup of tea. I am sure I had not tasted as much food for aout two months before. When the neigh- bours came in and saw me they were really astonished. I took other three pills, and had a refreshing sleep. I got better every day after that, and my cough and the pains gradually went away." "Had you suffered a great deal of pain ?" "Yes, and I was poulticed until the skin came off my body; I had such a racking cough that I could not get up, and it cut through me from my back to my chest. It was dreadful at night." "What did doctor say when you recovered?' "The doctor said to his assistant he thought I would never get better: my re- covery was a miracle. I will persist in say- ) ing that Dr Williams' Pink Pills saved my I life. Mrs Walker lives at 120, High street, Cowdenlieath, and her case is only one of many in which Dr Williams' Pink Pills have cured Consumption and all diseases arising from debility and impoverished blood, rheu- matism, influenza, anaemia, scrofula, and chroic erysipelas, as well as nervous disor- ders such as paraiysis, locomotor ataxy, neuralgia, St. Vitus' dance, and nervous headache. They are obtainable of all chemists, and from Dr Williams' Medicine Company, 46, Holborn viaduct, London, at 2s 9d a box, or six for ]3s Od, hut are genuine only with full name, Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. The Pills are not purgar tive, and cannot ha on the most delicate.

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