Bradford County Telegraph
Bradford County Telegraph
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Description: Acute Dyspepia - Mrs. Curley Cured by Williams' Pink Pills

Date: March 22 1895

Newspaper published in: Starke, FL

Source: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov

Page/Column: Page 3, Column 5

ACUTE DYSPEPSIA
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SYMPATHETIC HEART DISEASE OFTEN ATTENDS IT
(From the Republican, Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
Mrs. V. Curley, who has resided in Clarence, Iowa, for the past twenty-two years, tells an interesting story of what she considers rescue from premature death. Her narrative is as follows:
“For ten years prior to 1894, I was a constant sufferer from acute stomach trouble. I had all the manifold symptoms of acute dyspepsia, and at times other troubles were present in complication—I did not know what it was to enjoy a meal. No matter how careful I might be as to the quality, quantity and preparation of my food, distress always followed eating. I was despondent and blue. Almost to the point of inanity at times, and would have been glad to die. Often and often I could not sleep. Sympathetic heart trouble set in and time and again I was obliged to call a doctor in the night to relieve sudden attacks of suffocation which would come on without a moment’s warning.
“My troubles increased as time wore on and I spent large sums in doctor bills, being compelled to have medical attendants almost constantly. During 1892 and 1893, it was impossible for me to retain food, and water brashes plagued me. I was reduced to a skeleton. A consultation of physicians was unable to determine just what did ail me. The doctors gave us as their opinion that the probable trouble was ulceration of the coats of the stomach and held out no hope of recovery. One doctor said, ‘All I can do to relieve your suffering is by the use of opium.”
“About this time a friend of mine, Mrs. Symantha Smith, of Glidden, Iowa, told me about the case of Mrs. Thurston, of Oxford Junction, Iowa. This lady said she had been afflicted much the same as I had. She had consulted local physicians without relief, and had gone to Davenport for treatment. Giving up all hope of recovery, she was persuaded by a friend to take Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills. The result was almost magical.
“I was led to try them from her experience, and before many months I felt better than I had for a dozen years. I am now almost free from trouble, and if through some error of diet I feel badly, this splendid remedy sets me right again. I have regained my strength and am once more in my usual flesh. I sleep well and can eat without distress. I have no doubt that I owe my recovery to Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills. I only wish that I had heard of them of them years ago, thereby saving myself ten years of suffering and much money.”
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills contain all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are for sale by all druggists, of may be had by mail from Dr. Williams’ Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y., for 50c. per box, or six boxes for $2.50.

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