RELIEVED OF INDIGESTION BY DR
MORSE’S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. By a little careful study of one’s own constitution it is generally possible to minimise, if not avoid, many of the simple complaints that particular person is subject to. A striking instance is that of Mrs Mary Goodfellow, who obtained relief from indigestion by using Dr Morse’s Indian Root Pills, and prevents a recurrence of the trouble by taking a dose of these Pills occasionally. Mrs Goodfellow, of 44 Thackeray street, Walthorn, Christchurch, writes:—"Seeing your remedy advertised, and on the recommendation of a relative, I was induced to try Dr Morse’s Indian Root Pills for relief from Indigestion, with which I was a long sufferer. I find on taking a dose occasionally that I can ward off any recurrence of this old complaint on the slightest premonition. You have my, consent to use this testimony for publication, as they occupy a foremost place in our household. ” —[ Advt.]
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CHRISTCHURCH LADY, Evening Star, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914
CHRISTCHURCH LADY Evening Star, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914
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