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GREAT CHANGE EFFECTED IN HEALTH °F WANGANUI LADY BY DR MORSE S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. “ Some four years ago I was a patient to two separate doctors over period of four months," writes Mrs Amie Martin, of 16 Halswell street, St. Jehu’s, War: ganui, " and after taking their prescriptions, both ordered me to the hospital to undergo an operation which they considered imperative. 1 declined to contenance the idea of an operation ac a hospital. -At this juncture I received one of vour pamphlets and as the doctors diagnosed my complaint as Liver and Kidney trouble and indigestion, I noticed that Dr Morse’s Indian Root Pills were highly recommended for these complaints, and thereupon decided to trj- them. I was still bedridden, and atter taking two bottles of your remedy am glad to say 1 recovered and was able to leave my bed and take a short holiday, comparatively a new woman. Needless to say I considered they saved my life and now 1 speak most’highly of Dr Morse’s Indian Root Pills and know several sufferers who have derived much benefit from their use on my own personal recommendation. You have my lullest sanction to use this testimony for publication."—[Advt.]

On one occasion a census clerk, in scanning one of the forms to see if it had been filled up, noticed the figures 120 and 112 under the headings, “Ago of father, if living,” and “Age-of mother, if living.” “But your parents were never so old, were they'/” asked the astonished clerk. “ Xo,” was the reply, “ but they would have been if livin’,*’

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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