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THE STRANGE TRICKS IT DOES.'…

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THE STRANGE TRICKS IT DOES. At first this seems like a strange thing almost an absurd thing. Can you account for it ? My case puzzled me," says Mrs Martha Beverley, and puzzled others. I had a good appetite and ate plenty of nourishing food, yet I lost flesh and got weaker all the time." The lady says she had suffered from indigestion and debility for twenty years. What do we mean by debility ? Is it a disease 1 No, it is an effect of a disease. Food did not strengthen me," says Mrs Beverley, but often gave me much pain across the chest and between the shoulders. Often when I stooped down, I could hardly straighten myself up again. As the years rolled by I got worse, and was always in pain after eating. My body would swell with wind and I had fearful griping in the stomach. Sometimes they made me faint dead away. For months 1 knew not what it was to have a good night's sleep. My breath was short and I was troubled with palpitation of the heart. To live was to carry a load almost greater than I could bear. I was as pale as a ghost and was scarcely more than bones covered with skin. Now, however, thanks to Mother Seigel's Syrup, I am well and strong again. A friend (who was a friend indeed) argued its merits to me until I gave up and tried it. Mother Seigel's Syrup first cured my indigestion and all the pains, aches and ailments that were caused by it. Then it made me profit by the food I ate, so I gained flesh fast and with that came new life and strength. I used Mother Seigel's Syrup regularly for six months, and it delivered me completely from a disease that had clung to me for twenty years, and came near laying me in the grave. What I would says to 'sufferers is this :-Use Mother Seigel's Syrup, and keep on using d; don't doubt or get discouraged. Where one takes it now a thousand should take it." When she made that statement on July 18th, 1900-four years ago-Mrs Beverley lived at 102, Lumley-street, Middlesboro'. On February 18, 1904-this year-at her new home, 154, Abingdon- road, Middlesboro', she made and.,signed this statement Referring to my testimonail of four years ago, to the merits of Mother Seigel's Syrup, I am pleased to inform' you that I have enjoyed good health ever since. I still take a dose occasionally on the principle that prevention is better than cure but the old complaint never troubles me now. For twenty years I had endured the tortures of indigestion when Mother Seigel's Syrup restored me to health. From little beginnings it had come to be the haunting menace of my life. My doctor declared I should never recover, but he was wrong. Mother Seigel's Syrup restored me to perfect health, and I feel that I can never praise it too highly." Indigestion does more tricks than any other necromancer. Watch it and use the Syup imme- diately.

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