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THE LIVER TO BLAME.

" I was troubled with a severe form I of liver complaint and indigestion for ] some years, accompanied by headaches of the most excruciating kind. I had violent pains in the stomach, especially after meals. Whenever I caught a cold it seemed to fly to my back. I gradually grew worse, and was at times hardly able to do my work. I had heard a good deal about the benefit people had derived from taking Warner's Safe Cure, so I decided to give it a trial myself. After taking the contents of the first bottle I received surprisingly great relief. Continuing to take the medicine a little longer, all traces of the complaint left mc, and my general health became good. I have remained well ever since. I have recommended Warner's Safe Cure to many others, who speak highly of its healing properties."—From Mr G. Jantzen, Finsbury Park, Woodville, Adelaide, S.A. " I have suffered much from disease of the liver and kidneys. My liver complaint became almost chronic. I had very acute pains in the chest and loins, and particularly in the sides and back. The pains were very severe, and troubled mc much at night, depriving mc of greatly needed rest. My appetite was poor and digestion imperfect. I tried a number of remedies, but was unable to obtain relief. Fortunately for mc, I was persuaded to try Warner's Safe Cure. From the first a decided improvement took place. I persevered with the medicine and continued to get better and stronger. I could sleep well at night, and my appetite was greatly improved. In a short time I was quite free from all sign of the complaint, and have been well ever since." —From Mrs Phillips, 30 Tyrone-street, South Yarra, Vie.

In addition to the regular ss. and 2s. 9d. bottles of Warner's Safe Cure, a concentrated form of the medicine is now issued at 2s. 6d. per bottle. Warner's Safe Cure (Concentrated) is not compounded with alcohol, and contains the same number of doses as the ss. bottle of Warner's Safe Cure. H. H. Warner and Co., Limited, Melbourne, Vie.

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THE LIVER TO BLAME. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 62, 13 March 1909

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