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Gastric Ulcer for Eleven Tears.

Always in Pain.

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Always in Pain. INDIGESTION IN THIS CASE DEVEL- OPED INTO ALARMING SYMPTOMS. Mr James Cook, now the landlord of the "Post Boy," Bridge street, Hitchin, was an engine-driver on the G.N. Ry. fcr many years, and it was to ascertain the reason why i Mr Cook had relinquished his railway work that a reporter from the "Bedfordshire Ex- press" interviewed him. Mr Cock said — "I never intended giving up the work until three summers ago, when I first became ill with indigestion. It went off for a time, but came on again and took fair hold of me, so that in seemed, there was no hope for me at I all. At la.st I could sta.nd' it no longer, and I had to give up railway work. The doctor said I was suffering from chronic gastritis and ulcerated stomach, and they gave me up. Then a London doctor tcld me the came thing. I had a frreat gnawing at the chest and back from a diseased liver nothing that I ate would keep down and I was always in. pain whether I had food or not. At la-t I I was pursuaded to try Dr William,- Pink Pills for Pa.e People, and did so. It that time, Wlaf iU \n bed- Before I had finished one box I found gre^t relief, and began to eat "very well, and after taking several boxes in all I became quite well, and have never been sick or ill smce. If I had known about those puis before, I should not have been com- pelled to give up railway work. I believe I J^ery 111(1 of before I tried Dr ^iliumis' Pink Pills, but none of them had any effect.

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