A WOMAN’S AILMENTS. TERRIBLE STATE OF SUFFERING RELIEVED AND PERMANENTLY OVERCOME BY DR. MORSE’S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. Women who suffer frequently lose heart when doctors and medicines fail to give them relief. Without health, what is a woman’s life ? She loses her good looks, her rounded form, and life becomes a burden. “For many years,’’ writes Mrs Rose Drury, of 194 Crown street, “I was self can have any conception of. As I had Mrs Rose Drury look after and (From a photo). my work to do, going from morning to night. When night came I could not sleep, and I got up in the morning a ghost of myself. Headaches racked my brain, and gave the thought that I should go mad. I tried many doctors, and any kind of medicine that I had an idea would do me good, but of no avail, and so the days and weeks ■went on, and I resigned myself to what I thought was the inevitable. When talking to a neighbour one day she asked me if. I had tried Dr Morse’s Indian Root Pills, and I replied ‘No.’ It w T as on her recommendation —they had cured her —that I began to take them, and from that day (about eig-hteen months ago) I have not suffered in the least. My -work is no longer a trouble, and my life, which formerly was a misery, is a pleasure. I seem to see my everyday life and work in a different light, and what at one time was a nuisance and a worry is now a source of delight, and I can confidently say that I put it down to Dr Morse’s Indian Root Pills. That they are a wonderful medicine I can confidently affirm, as I have proved them, and this testimonial should be, to any sceptic as to their reliability, a perfect proof of their curative powers. I recommend them always, and if it was in my power I would recommend them to all the world. I have no trouble with my liver, and am regular in every way. I think it is only right that I should let everyone know what Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills have done for me, and I do not see, as they have cured me, why they should not do so to everyone similarly affected. Try them, at all events, if so suffering, and the result will be, I am sure,' perfectly satisfactory.’’ Liver and Kidney Troubles ; in fact, I have been bound for six weeks at a time. What I went through no 'one but myself can have subject to periodical weakness, and suffered most acutely from Constipation, children t o naturally kept
A Change 1906, OCTOBER 25. AFTER THIS DATE OUR ADDRESS WILL BE TAY STREET, Instead of Crescent. and we will be found in the offices, opposite the Courthouse, lately occupied by Messrs W. T. Murray <& Co. We ask our customers to note the new Home of COALBROOKDALB COAL, TAY ST., opposite Courthouse. THE WESTPORT COAL CO., LTD. JAS. McMEEKIN, Branch Manager. Telephones 92 & 32i. Offices, Tay & Liddel-sts, Creamoata
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 47, 19 January 1907
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 47, 19 January 1907
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