'"Arc you married, mv man*'*' a larly aski".l a sailor. '"Yes. indeed, mum—nisirriod and 14 children.'" " Poor fellow, tiawlling about like tilts! Aru] don't Tim t'vor get homesick?" ''Only when I'm home, mum."
THE CORRECTIVE PROPERTIES Of DR MORSE'S IXDIAX ROOT PILLS. Many people have no hesitation in taking" a dozen buttles of medicine iti liquid form prescribed by a doctor, but view with alarm the suggestion to take a course of pills. This misapprehension is no doubt due to 1 the impression that pills are merely purg/ [ atives, which may be correct in some instances. Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills, however, are not merely purgatives, i acting upon the bowels only, but contain more important properties, which correct disorders of the blood, stomach, liver, and kidneys, evidence of which is not wanting. Thousands r of testimonials sent us voluntarily and gratuitously from all parts of New Zealand verify our statements of what Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills will do and are doing every day. You will find neighbors, friends, and relatives everywhere who have been restored to health and who can testify, to the marvellous blood-purify-ing and healing properties of these Pills. -[AdvU *MS£& DIRECTIONS MIUL
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Star, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914
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