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Relief at Last.

Gratitude of a New Zealand Woman. Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills brought Health, Strength, and Happiness. Disenso innkw many a woman prematurely <>l.j. D;irk rtaimud eyea, hollow checks, and %\ fisted form aro accompanied by listlnasness u:d loss of ambition. One of thocommonest ■(xpros-i'ona of women cured by Dr Morse's lii>'li«n Uoot PillH is, "There is & world of , lu'Hi'un,' m the w<irds. No better testimony isti the value of this remedy could be ■ ifl'.irdd than tint of Mis l-\ C. Funnell, Wjiiowaku, Wellington, N.Z., who writes: — ' I th>nk it is ab;mt time I lot you know tiiß benefit I ImvH received from l)r Morse's Indian lioot Pills. My back was that bad I i»' I tried to sifc up Btr<iighfc it fwlb as if a ! would break. L also suffered with sick headaches sinc.G I whs twelve years of age. [am now twenty five. There was scarcely a duy bub what T had a headache more or l«ss, till iibout two years ago I tried Dr J.Jovs-h's Indian Eooc Pills, after trying many other patent remedies. After taking ahout two bottles of tho Pills I felt better than I had done for years. I have not had a back isince. When I happen to get a headache—which is not very often—a dose of Dr Morses. ludian Koot Pills sets it all ricjht. My husband says they are the best Pills he hfi3 ever used." Dr Morse's Indian Root ['ills make weak women strong and sick women w«U. They cure debilitating drains, heal ir.ilammaticn, and cure female weakness. They make new women of those prematurely aged by disease. They are a positive and permanent cure for all diseases arising from a disordered stomach aud liver, and they will permanently cure Constipation, Biliousness, and Sick Head ache, at the same time acting aa a perfect Blood Purifier.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6588, 6 June 1905

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Relief at Last. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6588, 6 June 1905