ITS EFFECT IN INDIGESTION.
a " About ten years ago I was in very poor health, owing to faulty digestion and stomach troubles. I was always in pain after eating. I suffered fearfully from headaches and biliousness, from which I was hardly ever free. My life became a misery to mc. I had lost faith in medicines, having tried so many without any beneficial Tesult, and when Warner's Safe Cure was recommended to mc I hesitated about taking it, but the reports I heard about tho medicine were so favourable that I decided to try what it would do for mc. Before even the first bottle was finished I .began to feel better, and I kept on improving in health, so that in a few weekß I was quite well and free from all distressing symptoms. I can thus honestly; recommend Warner's Safe Cure for indigestion and biliousness. I and my family have used Warner's Safe Pills for many years, and have always found them of great benefit." —From Mrs. Elizabeth Amthony, 6 Fawknerstreet, Ballarat, "Vie. ~ " For some yearß I was -a martyr to indigestion and biliousness. My digestive organs could not perform their functions, and oftentimes I could not retain any food in my stomach. I was also afflicted with severe headaches. My kidneys seemed to be deranged, as I suffered great pain in the back. I tried any number of medicines, but was unable to obtain relief. At last I concluded to give Warner's Safe Cure a trial. The first bottleful gave mc great relief, and I was encouraged to continue taking the medicine for some weeks, when all traces of the complaint left mc, and I was troubled no more with aches and l pains,"—From Mr. S. B. Dalton, 71 Union-street, Ascot Vale, Vie: -In addition to the regular"6s. and 28. 9d. bottles of" Warner's Cafe Cure, a concentrated form of the medicine is now issued at 2s. Bd. per bottle. Warner's Safe Cure (Concentrated) is not compounded with alcohol, and contains the same number of doses as the Bs. bottle of Warner's Safe Cure. H. H. Warner and Co., limited, Melbourne, .Vie
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