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GOOD HEALTH 'ASSURED BY THE USE OF DR. MORSE’S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. THE EVIDENCE OF MR AND MRS MITCHELL, -OF BRISBANE. The first essential to good health is to keep the stomach in a sound condition. It is not the'quantity of food we eat hut what we digest and assimilate that nourishes the body. ■When the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition are diseased, the food eaten is only imperfectly digested, there is loss of nutrition, and the body loses strength as a natural consequence. To reach a green old age and enjoy good health can only be attained by the care of the system .which may at times require a little assistance. That Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills are a safe, sure, and reliable remedy is vouched for by Mr J. Mitchell and his wife, who reside at 513 Main road, Kangaroo I‘cint, Brisbane H e says ; —“ For some jears Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills have been my only medicine. I am over 70 of ag«. ik 4? '•W m years b>n mm m Mr and Mrs Mitchell. (From a Photo). and find a couple of pills occasion all y have a more rejuvenati n g effect. regulating the Liver, cleansing the bowels, toning up the system, and thus keeping me in. good health. My wife, who is 68 years of age,, also takes a pill legularly, and having overcome attacks of Indigestion from ■which she used to suffer, finds your pills a mild laxative, and a splendid medicine for keeping the system in proper working order. I always recommend your pills to anyone who is suffering from Indigestion or who is not in good health; My family are all grown up, and they all believe in

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 49, 2 February 1907

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