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TWO LETTERS

From Mr, Myles Henry Seward, Myleswood, Whittington P. 0., via Geelong, Vic. . “ I suffered for a considerable time from kidney complaint. I had agonising pain in my bock and under the shoulder blades, especially during change of weather. My urine was often filled with deposits the colour of brick-dust. My appetite was very poor and digestion imperfect. I had very severe headaches and prostration. Various medicines I tried failed to benefit me until I tried Warner’s Safe Cure. After taking the first bottle, I began to feel an improvement in ray health. This gave me confidence in tho medicine ana encouraged me to persevere with it. After taking a few bottles of the medicine I was quite restored to health.” From Mrs. Ada Gray, 33 Hanoverstreet, Windsor, Vic. “ For some years I suffered from a serious affection of the kidneys and liver. 1 had a dull pain in my back and right side. I. was also troubled with distressing nervousness, and my lungs were in an extreme state of weak ness. I had taken a number of medic infs without obtaining any relief. I finally began to take Warner’s Safe Cure, with tho result that strength was restored to the organs, and I could attend to my duties without fatigue. Pain entirely left mo and I am now in good health.” Warner’s Safe Cure is a wonderful remedy in cases of kidney and liver disorders, and complaints arising from inefficient action of the kidneys and liver, such as rheumatism, gout, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica, blood-disorders, anaemia, indigestion, biliousness, jaundice,® sick headache, general debility, gravel, stone, and bladder troubles. Warner’s Safe Cure is sold by chemists and storekeepers everywhere, both in the original (ss) bottles and in the cheaper (2s 6d) non-alcoholic “ Concern trated ” form.

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TWO LETTERS, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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TWO LETTERS Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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