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SOME EARLY ACCOUNTS

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CWMAMMAN EISTEDDFOD

USE OF STIMULANTS

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USE OF STIMULANTS A stimulant can do no more than draw on the reserves; it borrows for one hour what must be paid back the next hour. No horse owner will be- lieve that whips and spurs can be substituted for oats and hay! And so it is with men and women; no amount of stimulants can take the place of good food, well digested. When appetite and digestion break down and you feel weak, nervous, prostrated —perhaps after an attack of influenza, as was the case with Mrs. Emma Dimmock-vou need Mother Seigel's Syrup, the remedy that cured her. It does not spur you up and let you down afterwards, but it restores the lost power to your stomach, liver and kidneys, so that you can digest your food, and get from it the substantial nourishment that Nature in- tended you to have. Mrs. Dimmock lives at Leavesden Green, Watford, Herts. Not long ago she wrote us:—"In 1902, after a serious operation, and before I had regained my health, I was struck down by a violent attack of In- fluenza. The result of that was utter loss of appe- tite, great weakness, nervousness and Indigestion. In a little while I lost three stone in weight. After four months illness and treatment I tried Mother Seigel's Syrup, but by the time I had taken eight bottles of that medicine, I was as well as ever 1 had been in my life. And now, more than six years after, my health continues as sound as I could wish it to be." There are the plain facts. Mrs. Dimmock needed strength, and she found it, because Mother Seigel's Syrup enabled her to digest her food. Then that food nourished her in the true natural way. Mother •Seigel's Syrup is a purely herbal medicine that exerts a tonic, curative effect on stomach, liver and bowels. The 2/6 bottle contains three times as much as the l/lg size. Prepared also in Tablet form as "Alother Seigel's Syrup Tablets." Price 2/9.

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