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HEADACHE.

THE FIRST SYMPTOM OF EVERY FORM OF DISEASE. Sick and nervous headaches are but the symptoms of other ailments to which they are merely sympathic, such as Indigestion, Biliousness, "Constipation or Borne other irregularity of the system. Many women habitually suffer from headaches, which make life a daily purgatory. Indeed, this complaint may be regarded as peculiarly an affection of the feminine sex, an ailment common to all women from girlhood to old age. " For over twelve months Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have been my sole medicine," says Mrs. Eliza Henry, Vic-toria-street, Auckland. " For years I have suffered from severe headaches, and although I tried many medicines nothing had the beneficial effect oi Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. My daughter was also a sufferer from Indigestion, and these pills have entirely cured her. We always keep a bottle in the house, and a dose occasionally keeps us in good health and regular in every way."

To overcome headaches it is absolutely necessary to get at the cause. Drugs which act on the heart and reduce the pulsations only have a temporary effect. If you suffer from Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation, Disorder of the Liver and Kidneys, or from any weakness peculiar to your sex, there is no better remedy than Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills.

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HEADACHE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 82, 6 April 1909

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