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LADIES.

THE SECRET OF A GOOD COMPLEXION IS GOOD DIGESTION. The story of a great deal of the unhappiness of women is a story of lost health. Women wonder how it is that little by little their form loses plumpness, the cheeks grow hollow and sallow, and they feel tired and worn out all the time. In a large proportion of cases when women are weak, run down, and falling off in flesh and looks, the root of the trouble can be traced to indigestion and other Stomachic disorders which undermine the general health. Health alone can produce a fair skin, which is the true secret of beauty. If your digestion is bad, your complexion must suffer. If your digestion is perfect, your complexion will need no artifice to hide its imperfections. Therefore, it behoves every woman who regards her good looks with that jealousy characteristic of her sex, to study her digestion. Properly assimilated food yields the maximum of nutriment which goes to make new blood and replenish the blood cells of the skin. Indigestion causes all manner of ills that taint the blood with decayed matter, intez-feres with the circulation, and consequently does not impart to the complexion the influences of pure and healthy blood. Dr Morse’s Indian Root Pills puzdfy the blood, and aid in the digestion and assimilation of food whereby the system is nourished and replenished with zzew blood, rich and red, which, circulating through the veins, gives the complexion a fresh azzd pure appearance, causing the cheeks to glow with the ruddy tint of pei’fect health.

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LADIES., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 46, 12 January 1907

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LADIES. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 46, 12 January 1907

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