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ARE HOLIDAYS A MISTAKE?

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ARE HOLIDAYS A MISTAKE? HOME VERSUS SEASIDE. For the next three months the great railway stations of London will be thronged with masses who hope to find in a brief sojourn by the seaside renewed energy for the following twelve months. But even a holiday does not always secure immunity from the evils of existence in a great city- Some valuable information on this subject is imparted to the South London Press by a young lady residing in one of the suburbs of London. Miss Nellie Watson, of 102, Cornwall-road, Brixton Hill, London, said, when visited, that she had been aVvay recently for a long holiday at the seaside, with most disappointing results but as, at the time of the interview, she was looking the pink of health, the reporter could not refrain from making .comment upon her charming appearance. "Yes," replied Miss Watson, "I must say that I enjoy the best of health now, though my long holiday at the seaside had nothing to do with my healthy appearance. It is only a short time since I was told that I locked like one going into consumption, and it seemed as if nothing would I do me any good." My daughter suffered terribly from anemia," interposed her- mother, which brought on eczema. I sent her into the country, but she returned really worse than she went away." "I suffered," continued Miss Watson, who is nineteen years of age, with terrible sensations of weakness, and could hardly get about. I was always short of breath after slight exertion, and it was really painful for me to go upstairs. I was quite overcome by a languid, depressed feeling, and had a desire to be always sleeping, due to my bloodless state; and I attended St. Thomas's Hospital, all to no purpose. I had no desire for food, and was unable to digest what I took. So ill did I become that a lady who knew what medicine I had taken, and that I had been to the seaside without benefit, suggested to mother that she should get me a box of Dr Williams' pink pills for pale people," And what was the result 1 The first box did me good," replied Miss Watson, and by persevering with the pills for some time I became quite well again." '• So you see," remarked Mrs Watson, what a blessing they have been to my daughter. I am confident I should have lost her if it had not been for Dr Williams' pink pills. The lady next door, who recommended me to try them, told me that her sister, who was the weakest of the whole family, had become, through taking the pills, the healthiest and strongest of them all." Skin eruptions and eczema frequently arise from impoverished blood. Dr Williams' pink pills for pale people make new blood with every dose, and the blood that they make is good. They may be obtained at the chemist's, price two shillings and ninepence. Among the disorders Dr Williams' pink pills have cured are paralysis, rheumatism, St. Vitus' dance, fits, indigestion, ladies' ailments, kidney disease, and even consumption.

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