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An Aged Bendigo Lady

Tells what Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills did for her. Could not get along without them. Those m declining years often need a mild medicine to keep the system m proper working order, and there are many elderly people like Mrs Margaret Keating, or Golden Square, Bendigo (nsxt Co Garibaldi Mine), who find Dr Morse's Indian Koot Piils an invaluable remedy. Mrs KeaUng says :—"I ana 72 years of ago, a resident of Baurligo for f>o years, and have been using Dr Morso's Indian Root Pills for two years. I am a cripple, and my liver and kidneys were out of order. In July hist I had given up all hopes of life, being man a:jony of pain m my back and logs. A iJoctor attended me. but the medicine he gave me did me little or no good. I gave your Indiau Root Pills a trial, and they ;tt once relieved me. I always keep a bottle of Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills m the boas'). I have triod many o'h9rs, bat with ro satisfaction, »nd would rather go without a morvl than be without them. Dr Morso's Indian Root Pills get at the cause, e'eanse the htcm'ich, and kenp the 1-ver and kidneys m proper working order. They aid m the dige<tion and assimilation of food, and they nre a porfect blood purifier, and are a positive and permanent cure for Biliousness, Indigestion, Constipation, Sick Headaches, Liver and Kidney troubles, •S-.iilow Complexion, Piles, Pimplee, Boil?, and blotches, und for Female Ailmanta.

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An Aged Bendigo Lady, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6567, 11 May 1905

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An Aged Bendigo Lady Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6567, 11 May 1905

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