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A BAD LEG.

CAUSED BY IMPURE BLOOD. DOCTORS !&'_HOSPITAL TREATMENTS FAIL. DR. MORSE’S INDIAN ROOT PILLS PURIFY THE BLOOD AND HEAL THE SORES. What greater drain on the constitution can happen to any human being than running sores, sapping the very life and strength which is required to keep body and soul together ? Improperly attended the sore becomes ulcerous, finally overwhelming your strength, and you become a helpless invalid. The disease is in the blood. Sores which will not heal under ordinary treatment, yield to the wonderful Blood Purifying and Healing Properties of Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills. “Three years ago,’’ says Mr E. J. Nicholls, Excelsior Ridge, Charters Towers, “I broke out in abcesses on the thigh, lower portion of the spine, and various parts of the leg. I underwent medical treatment, but obtained only temporary relief. For eight months I was an inmate of the hospital, lying on the broad of my back and not allo’wed to move. The doctor subsequently recommended an operation, which, however, I declined to undergo. I left the institution walking on crutches, practically incurable. A chemist’s assistant advised me to take a course of Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills, which he stated were a wonderful curative medicine. I commenced with them, and after a few doses felt better in ly. The result has been marvellous ; most of the running sores and wounds are healed, and the others have assumed a healthy condition, and are healing very quickly. Needless to say, I have thrown away the crutches, and now walk comfortably just with the aid of a stick. I do not not think you can have a more convincing testimonial of the bloodpurifying and healing properties of your Pills than my case, and it therefore gives me much pleasure to make this statement, and I trust that it may be the means of inducing others to give Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills a thorough trial. I have been a resident of Charters Towers for 29 so am well-known.”-

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A BAD LEG., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906

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A BAD LEG. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906

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