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MOTHER AND DAUGHTER.

"WHO -WERE ALWAYS AILING, PRAISE DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS FOR THEIR SPEEDY AND PERMANENT RELIEF.

Mrs. l'arker, of 243 Palmer-street, Darlinghurst, Sydney, who for some years resided at Orange and Forbes, states that for years her daughter and herself were always ailing, martyrs to Indigestion and all its attendant evils, until persuaded to take a course of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, which brought speedy and permanent relief. "My daughter suffered severely from Biliousness and Constipation," she states, " and used to be a martyr to Dyspepsia until commencing to take Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, from which she obtained so much relief that for some time past she has wished mc to send Mrs. Parker. you a testfmonial (From a photo.) giving you particulars of my own experience as well. Before taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills my daughter and myself were always ailing. I used to suffer badly with my head and indigestion, but Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills brought mc permanent relief, and during the change of life they were the only medicine that did mc any good. I continued their use, and can assure you that I was greatly benefited, and now feel as well as ever I did. I use the Pills now and again just to rectify the system, and heartily recommend this remedy to all who do not enjoy good health."

-"V"^-^

The blue spots that have been noticed in some of the Dunedin city-made bread, and have caused a little alarm, have been traced to the blue print of the bags containing flour recently imported from Australia (says the " Otago ?Daily Times"). These bags have also been used by at least one' firm, of local millers for its own Hour, and the consequence is that both the local and imported flour have been found to contain the objectionable element, which is evidently part of the branding composition. The cause having been discovered, these bags will not be used again.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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