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* Mr J, Mozell, storekeeper, corner of Cleveland and Buckingham streets, Redfern, Sydney, cured of Rheumatism and Lumbago by Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills. Mr J. Mozell, Storekeeper, corner of Cleveland and Buckingham streets, Eedfern, Sydney, states : —" I suffered slightly from Rheumatism, but it was the pains in the back that knocked me up about two yearg a^o. Getting in and out of the cary was only accomplished with great difficulty, and it was one morning while in the act of getting into the cart an old friend and I neighbour, joculaaly, referring to my efforts, asked me if it was old age, 'No/ I replied,' it's the lumbago in my back.' He then advised me to try Dr Morse's Indian • Root Pills, which he had taken with good results. ' The doctor,' he said, ' reeoin- ' mended them tome when I told him how 1 sometimes I was almost unable to crawl 1 out of my bunk. They did me good, ami 1 I always took a supply to sea afterwards. There's nothing like them. 1 I had tried othor medicines, but T decided to give the ■ Pills a trial. I purchased a bottle, and in my desperation 1 took eight. Of course, I overdid it, but on consulting the directions 1 I took three the second night, two the next, ■ and then one, repeating this course for a conple of weeks. 1 soon had relief, and I conscientiously believe that it is nothing 1 else but the Pilla which keeps the Lumbago away. I have had no return of the pains, 1 but I still take one or two Pills occasionally. You are at liberty to use this statement in any way you wish, and I trust that it may be the means of inducing other sufferers to ■ fcry Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills, as I am sure they will get the same relief. The Mount Sotnere Coal Company (New Seam) remind householders that their coal ' is one of the best and most economical on the market. Large consumers for steam purposes will alsoiind the_coal very suitable to their needs. 5

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6571, 16 May 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6571, 16 May 1905

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