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THE GIRL WHO WAS A QUEEN.

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THE GIRL WHO WAS A QUEEN. Great Yarmouth has this year had an unprece. dented season, and a herring fishing that has bearen the lecord, and, take it all round, has been having a real good time. Miss Rosa Cox, of 35, Rodney road, daughter of Mr J H Cox, a well-kncwn fishing boat-owner aud merchant, whom her mother called "a Queen to a local reporter, has enjoyed the bet- ter times ill a manner Colling for special mention, and her history has appeared in the Yarmouth Inde- pendent. Tripping with all the alertness of good health into her- father's drawing-room, Miss Cox brightly, and with a smile, told an interesting story, which is given below in her own words For a very long time," she said, I suffered aruomia and cnronic indigestion, with pains across the chest, and all about me. I got into such a state than I dared not fasten my clothes, for I could not bear them to touch me. I lost my appetite and became so depressed that I used to come home sobbing, and I thought! should have to give up altogether." Miss Cox, we may state, is now actively employed in one of the largest drapery establishments in Yarmouth. Continuing lie,, narrative, Miss Cox said The pains cut me like a knife. I couldn't even bear to go to the front door, the air hurt me so much. A doctor attended me, but I got no better. Pinching my cheeks, he said, I never saw any like yours.' Yon look remarkably well now," the reporter observed with perfect sincerity what brought about the chancre for flin ° IL.. Well," was the reply, I had heard a great deal about Dr Williams' pink pills for Dale people, but I had at/ much faith, because 1 had tried so 'many medicines, aud they had not done me any tTood However, my mother wrote and asked for advice; I was advised to take some of Dr Williams' pink pill, as similar cases to my own had been cured bv this medicine. I must tell you that- I took several boxes before I felt any great benedt, but. now I feel l like a different persou entirely. I got so much bet- tel- thit 1 stopped taking Dr Williams' pink pills for a time, but 1 decided to begin attain, to muke sure of pennalJeut cure, and even now take them occa- sionally. I have taken eleven boxes in all." "She is a Queen compared with what she was," the mother, who was present during the interview, gratefully exclaimed. Such cases as this—case3 where sickly, languid girls, without colour or energy, and weak, nervous men, who seemed as if they would never be very strong, have been transformed by I)r lVi i liains' pizak pills—may be heard of in every neighbourhood. New blood iu every (lose-that is what they give; and with this new blood which is new life, coursing through the veins, inflenza and coughs, which might have been the beginning of consumption, disappear the fortified system throws off rheumatism, sciatica, St Vitas' dance, fltp, and other nervous diseases; threatened paralysis is kept at bay, and the system leains to utilise its food so that liver sluggishness, indigestion, backache, and the ailments of ladies vanish, To avoid substitutes, winch can do no good, bear in mind that it is Dr Williams' pink pills yon want and if dishonest people try to push sub- stitutes upon you, send direct, enclosing price, two shillings and ninepence a box, or thirteen and iiiue- pence for six boxes, to Dr Williams' Medicine Com- pany, Hoiboru Viaduct, London. These pills are a tonic, tho only tonic that does not derauge digestion. They are not a purgative. I

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