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Gastric Ulcer for Eleven Tears.

Always in Pain.

Soutlprt Lady Return Thanks.

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Soutlprt Lady Return Thanks. A CASE OF ACTTE DYSPEPSIA. Mrs Mary Robertshaw, of 52, Poulton re-'1 Scuthport, who has lived in the town all he- life, and is very well known throughout the whole district, informed a reporter of the Visitor" about her wonderful cure. Mrs Robertshavv said:- 'Tp to March, 1898, I suffered frcm an aCute form of dyspepsia, and thcudi I tried a large number of so called reme- (lies, I was no better in fact, if anything, grew worse. At the b e 2 i n n i ng of March I read cf tli3 wonderful cures hv Dr. Wil lii.rrr' Pink Piiis for Pale People.! and determined | to try a box.After: *aking the con-! tents cf one box, I ) felt quite my=eM again, but think- ing I might be' taken bad again sent cut and p: chased a second bnf. am verv pleased to say I have had no need to take any more, as the first box complete- ly cured me. I have in no way been troubled with myoId complaint, and al- though it is twelve months since, I am still enjoying the best of health, which I attribute solely to the wonderful properties of Dr. Wil- liams' Pink Pills."

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