THE CAUSE OF MUCH • SUFFERING. < ] To maintain a healthy system the bowels should operate at least once every 24 I hours. This is one of Nature's provisions ' which is too often ignored, and the re- ' suit is untold suffering. Women are the ' greatest offenders, but sooner or later I they must pay the penalty. Many wo- < men's ailments are due to the straining < and purging, following upon habitual I constipation, and in many cases displace- t ment of the pelvic organs may he attri- ' buted to the same cause. ] "I have always found Dr. Morse's In- ' dian Root Pills a splendid corrective medicine," writes Mrs Mary Hands, Chaucer Road, Napier, "and my experience of two years' use enables mc to conscientiously state that they do all that you claim i for them. They relieve costiveness at i once, and do not cause pain or sickness. 1 At one time I suffered from Rheumatics, I but am now quite free. Dr. Morse's In- t dian Root Pills are our Family Medicine t and we always keep a bottle in the 1 house." « Nature often requires a little assistance, * and if this assistance is given at the first '' indication much distress and suffering * may be averted. Mothers, especially, 2 should guard the health of their children, *■ and inculcate regular habits from in- t fancy. * As a family Remedy for Costiveness Dr. - Morse's Indian Root Pills have a wide * reputation. They are mild in their action, causing neither weakness or sick- * ness, and do not gripe. -
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