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Worn Out With Suffering. "Before long I could not rest any- where, and sleep was out of the ques- tion, for the Lumbago never left rme. Mv nerves were worn out from so much suffering; I became irritable and shaky, and my legs tottered so that they would hardly bear me. Different medicines were tried, but the result was no relief. "After suffering like this on and off for a year I decided to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, which I heard had cured many cases of Lumbago. Sure enough, after taking a few boxes of these Pills I was wonderfully relieved. Then T was able to move about with more free- dom. I had no use for flannel belts and plasters, for the pain was not near- Iv so severe. I slept better-at night, and was brighter and more refreshed in the mornings. "As I persevered with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills all the Lumbago vanished and my general health improved. After a few more of the Pills I was cured and able to work well. Since then T have been working regularly in all sorts of weather without any ill effects. My Lumbago was banished entirely by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People." Lumbago, which has its origin in a weak, impure state of the Blood, must promptly yield to a remedy which makes new, ricH, nourishing blood. This is the action of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and it accounts for the many cures of Lumbago, Rheumatism, Sci- atica, Weak Backs, St. Vitus' Dance. -Neuralgia and various Disorders of the T^lood and Nerves in both sexes. Sold by dealers or direct from Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., 46 Holborn Viaduct, London, post free 2s. 9d. one box. or 13s. 9d. for six boxes. Some shop- keepers offer substitutes for every ar- ticle of merit asked for. Don't be de- ceived; have Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, or take your custom elsewhere.

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----I Aberdare District Council.

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.A--Limp with Lumbago.

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Aberaman Constable)i Honoured.

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Obituary.

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----I Aberdare District Council.