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s THE WONDERFUL BLOOD PURIFYING PROPERTIES Or DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS EXEMPLIFIED. "For several years I suffered from serious disorders of the skin," states Miss Mabel Edwards, Broadway Terrace, Wellington, " and apart from the disfiKurement (which in itself is a disability) the irritation caused mc endless pain and suffering. I tried numerous medicines but could obtain no relief, lotions and linaments did mc no good, in fact, rather the reverse. I consulted a doctor who ordered mc away for a change of air in the hope that this might be ihe means of curing mc, but it was of no avail, and I returned home \vorse than ever. Soon: after my return -a friend recommended Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills as she was convinced that my blood was completely out of order, and that that was the cause of my skin troubles. After taking Several bottles I found relief; my skin began to assume a healthy look, and in a short time I was entirely cured.. I am now thoroughly convinced that Dr. Motb6'b Indian Root Pills are! a. perfect blood purifier, and do all that you claim for them." ~;,'" Ak a perfect blood purifier, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have a world-wide reputation, and thousands, of instances are on'record of their efficacy to overcome blood disorders. . Pimples, boils and blotches are forms of impure blood, which, however, should not be neglected. When the. blood is In an unhealthy state, : other ailments are more or less present, for unless the blood is pure, it is lacking in that energy which tho organs ( of tbe body perform their functions.

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TERRIBLE ATTACK OF ECZEMA., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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TERRIBLE ATTACK OF ECZEMA. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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