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Mr P. A. Phillips.

Ex - Mayor and Town Clerk of Auckland Praises Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills. Many people think, if some prominent man recommends a medicine it must be ail right, but blood is the same m Prince and Kaiser, Prince and Peasant, Sonator ami Tramp. The medicine that will regulate the system of somebody will regulate the system of anybody. Mr Phillips says it affords him much pleasure to testify to the virtues of Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills. He further says:—"Nearly three years since I came to Sydney after half a century's residence m New Zealand. I commenced taking Dr Morse's Indian Ejot Pills, and have found them of inestimable benefit m relieving flatulence dyspepsia, indigestion, and its usual traie of horrors, and this after taking various remedies and a cartload of drugs and patent medicines." Adoseortwoof these Pills taken once or twice a week regulate the system perfectly. They ad m the digestion and assimilation of food, cleansing the stomach, putting life m the liver, a move m the bowels, miking blood that is rich and red, and diivintr all impurities therefrom. They are a positive and permanent cure for Biliousness, Constipation, Headaches, Indigestion, Sallow Complexion, Liver and Kidney Troub'es, Pile', Pimple 3, Boils, and Blotches, and for Female Ailments.

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Mr P. A. Phillips., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6559, 2 May 1905

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Mr P. A. Phillips. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6559, 2 May 1905

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