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Dreadful Sores. «$* YIELD TO THE MARVELOUS BLOOD PURIFYING PROPERTIES OF DR MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PI I LS. No person can be afflicted with greater misfortune than having a rnnningsore that trill not yield to ordinary treatment. The sore may originally be caused by accident or otherwise ; but if it does not heal it is because the blood is impure. The foul humours, instead of being carried away through the regular channels, burst through the skin, causing suffering and humilation. The case published below is that of Mr Henry Bramble, of North Broken Hill, who mot with a serious accident, causing a wound that would not yield to either internal or external remedies, and which nearly lo3t him his life. •' Nearly eight years ago," says Mr Bramble, when working on the Now Chum Consolidated Gold Mine, Bendigo, Victoria, a rock drilling machine fell on me, making a large wound m my back, exposing the kidneys. After 12 weeks m bed, two doctors operated on me, and then it was 18 months before I was able to work, the wound refusing to close. In spite of all the medicines I took internally, the oils and ointments used externally, the wound cever closed up, and I had to go to work with a largo towel tied round my middle. For the past fuuc years [ have been employed on Broken Hill mines, with tho wound still refusing to heal, until nine months ngo. when I started using Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills, with gieat results. They improved my blood so rapidly that the wound healed quickly, and now is quite closed, only leaving a large scar. I thoroughly believe that the Pills are the Bole cause of my cure, and can honestly recommend them." Mrs Bramble endorses everything her husband cays about the Pills.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6551, 20 April 1905

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