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: PARALYSIS OF THE BOWELS. — » I AN INVALID* HABITUALLY CONSTIPATED, FINDS A REMEDY j j IN DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT • I PILLS. 1 I " Some five years ago It was necessary j | for mc to undergo a very severe surgical : i operation," writes Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, 1I of 18 Little Oilbeft Street. South Ade- , laide. " This was successfully aenomi plished so far as the use of the knife was - concerned, but subsequent events brought in their train a new dilemma in my being . habitually constipated. The operation referred to had left mc fwith Paralysis of the bowels, and it was imperative, to obtain a reliable corrective medicine for the regular movement of the bowels, I resorted to many medicines, effective at ly of no use, until f almost despaired of /■ rs - my life so bad had my case of costiveMrs. E. Moore. *"P"" S become. At .1 (From a Photo.) th ' 3 juncture 1 deci- | ded to try Dr. Morse's ! Indian Root Pills, aud it pleases mc to I say they are always effectual, causing mo pain, and are indeed an excellent lax- | ative and regulator of the system, ln ! my case they are a neccssit}-, and I really j believe that without Dr. Morse's Indian ! Root Pills I should have been in my (grave years ago. nnd therefore I always i have a good word for your invaluable j medicine. You inav publish this as you ! wish." I Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have j stood the test of time, and are always as ! effectual even after constant use. They are not only an excelleut aperient, but contain Medicinal Properties which act ■on the Liver and Kidneys, regulating the ; Stomach and Bowels, and toning up the whole system. Many similar cures to j that of Mrs. Moore are orf record of the wonderful efficacy of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Weak and invalided women will find there is no better remedy for regulating the bowels and assisting Nature to restore Lost Health.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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