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THE SENATE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

THIE SENATE, VICTORIA. Labor. Liberal. Barnes... 303,968 McColl 265,029 Barker... 303,634 Mauger 265,833 Blaokey ... 301,026 Edgar 262,745 M'Kissock 302,612 McLean 260,518 Russell... 302,986 Ciook ... 261.889 Findley 292;117 Trenwith 201,116 South Australia will return five La hor Senators and one Liberal, J. W. Shannon, who owes his election at the top of the poll to the factv that owing to tlhe deathl of Senator McGregor after the date of nomninationi thle Labor party had to take a Liberal in to comploto tlheir ticket. In WVest Australia Ilte six Labor candidates have a substantial lead. Queoensland is sending back six La. bor Senators. Tasmania and New South WaleIs nre lthe only States where the Libera:s are runnuuing on oven ternis wiith Labor. It is therefore certain that Labor will go back as alrong as ever to the Senate. [E. DAviO, Hurd street, Portland.]

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. GREAT LABOR VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. GREAT LABOR VIOTORY. When we-went to press early on Monday morniog.the details available .'f Saturday's poll were too meagre to enable us to speak with any degree of certainty regarding the verdict of the people,-but there were indications of a Labor viotory. The returns now are almosb complete,- and show that the Commonwealth has given the Fusion its quietus in the most emphatic man ner, The rout of the forces of reaction has been most decisive, and this too in the face of the gravest crisis thai ever confronted the Empire, when the people might reasorably have thought twice about swapping horses when crossing a stream. The war, however, revealed more clearly than before the sound statesmanlike policy of theFisher Government in placing our defences upon a sound footing, and a'so in hav ing established the Commonwealth Bank and the Adstralian note issue, without which at this juncture we should be faced with a general collapse of industry, trade and finance. Labor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

Rheumatism. C.;.- EENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. "Ninoe years ago I wa' a a'eat l,. " erer from Rheumatism, being laidl upl : ur three weeks," writes Mrs. Eli:iza beth Bray, ??~ ~oI -? t.QUarry' of CarolI T t., Quarry 111I, Deli V 1 llill, sc el:. .?. .'"k? dgoVie. i > ,u"? fer try "ig several r e m iedlo.; ,.? wilh little ~3OV~ ior lllOL I wasL ha;d adecd, having to hobble aheut with ,lre aalstancc of a walking slick, "1nen able to leave Iny bed. Ti'e -.ect of Dr. Morse's Indlao Ioot Pilus asa o marvellous, and my recovery r-s rapid. I only used half n.bottle ,of P'ills and became myiself oIltce more-restored to perfect health. I Im a woman cf usaolly vigorcus tealth arl am a great bhellever i yleaurremledy.. Mly :huslland also isI al:th in thero for relief of I.:cal:aceif amd Kidney Trduble." D)r. Morse's Indian 10oot P;lls proved efeeti be ocause tlcey dlrove tile Uric Ale!d cut of ti1 system, putrlified llthe bloed. and aIded i thile digestion and1 ashbillation of food. Dr. Merl;;a...

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. VICTORIA. METROPOLITAN. BATMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. VICTORIA. METROPOLITAN. "BA'2MAN. Brennan, (Lab) unopposed BALACLAVA. Watt (Lib) ... .. 16,197 Curtin (Lab)... .. 11,763 lBOURKII. Anstey (Lab) ... 21,327 Jeonnings (Lib) ... 10,876 .FAwKNER Ilannan (Lab) 16,661 Carse (Lib) ... ... 11,188 HENTr. Boyd (Lib) ... ... 16,389 Andrews (Lab) ... 11.033 Orouch (Ind)... ... 8,021 Kooi~oso. Best (Lib) .. ... 17,175 Vida:Goldstein (Ind) ... 9,629 Terry (End) ... ... 2,249 MAenIRnNONG. Fenton (Lab) ... 19,968 Reynoldse(Lib) ... 10,930 MELBOURNE Maloney, (Ia, ). ... 17,487 Hihs,(Lib) ... 7,423 :",: :.,.~· aluooaNE Pones. «:Matthews (iab) unopposed. .YAnnA. Tudor (Lab) unopposed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

GOOD NEWS FOR LADIES. Ladies will be pleased to learn that the '"Nature' Health Co, of Mel bourne, are seOding their highly qualified lady representative to Portland oil asahort visit. The visit is being ocgerly looked forward to, end takes placeon Tuesday, September 22,when the Company's repre sentative may be seen at Mace Hotel from 0tO to 7.30. Ladies whose health is canseing them anxietyare strongly advised to consult her and learn how good health may be..restored to them by means of the wonderful '"Natura' Home Treatment that has cored so many thousands of women and girls. No charge whatever is made for consultation or advice. A ful rtangeof all medicines is carried. Mean while send 2d. 1oetage for free Health Guide for womatn to Department OL1, Natura:Health Co., 40 Elictbeth street, Melbourne. Only Victorian address. A MOTHER WRITES THIS LETTER TO Married or. .Single Women TO ALWAYS .USE WHEN ' OUT OFi SORTS OR1 NERVOUS CLEMENTS TONIC More than any othler thi. document proves...

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COUNTRY. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

COUNTRY. BALLARAT. McGrath, Lab . 15,527 Coldham, Lib .. 15,207 BENDIGO. Arthur, Lib ... . ... 15,1157 RobbLib . .12,250 COIRANGOAMITE. Manifold, Lib .15,125 Burke, Lab ... 13,951 Conio?: Ozanne, Lab... . 14,866, Kendell, Lib" : . '-...'-'14,169 'EcuuaA'~ . Palmer, Lib ...:i " .:.. 15,453 Gour'ey, Lab .... -11,181 17hINDERS ., Irvine, Lib ... ... 18,883 M'Dougall, Lab ... 12,40 GIrpPsLAND, Wisp, Ind. . ... 1,1i48 Bennett, Lib ... 13,713 "GrAMPIANs' Jolley, Lab ... ...'13,689 Iriine, Lib ... ... 13,667 INDI. MAloloney,.Lab ...14,104 Ahearm, Lib ..13 9022 RXANNON. lodgers, Lib... ... 15.048 IlacKinnon, Lab ... 12,6093 WIMIBRA. Samnpson, Lib unopposed. For the House ef Representatives the other Statfs are practically" un altered. The only likely change is that Mr. Chsinter (Labor) may regain his old seat for Itiverina. Labor has been mnost successful in Victoria. Mr. Ozanne recaptured Corio, and it looks as if Indi will be regained and the Girampiaris won. Mr. Wise, an Independent carr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

,RItUNNING'S FRtnous Seeds.-Fnarm -? er!,.huy your Mangold Seed. Field -;arrots, CGarden seed and Lawn Grasses -t W. V. 0. Smniths, grocer, Percy street, fcortland. I OST, between Percy street, and Westt 1' Portland, Lady's Rain-proof COAT. itewenrd. Finder plea-e return to Mrs. Jaike Pill. ?fO> LET, comfortable Fgrrni.lIed RIorms f- f ticing the sea. Mr. . G. Wright, 3ientinck street. ) OST, one brown Horse, Ihanded p-S E- near shoulder, neCr hind feetc white .reward £1. Apply J. Jennings, Porthlnd. STRAYEl) from C',pe Nelson, Red COW, .' little white Ian link, large slit on ear, ibrsadledl JT (conjoincd)l 0: olff ide rump. JReward on delivery to Mrs. J. C. Trickey, 1Hirnd street, Portlranhd. 1OR SALE, four first-class miled Cows. J Wyatt andl Co. W ANTED to purchase Itroody lfen.sr V Turkeys. Apply "Olserver" ollice. Portland Hospital. .T·TANF1T'D, a General Dalnsesttic; rust Ijn V a tstlo Cootk. Salary £L10 per an u.lIL. Apply '1'. T. ]'itlehous', Secrotuary, tiun'y street. Re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

W. HEMERS. C00CHBUILDER, . General.Blacksmith,WheelWright & Horsexhoer PE:ROY STREET:, PorA.TLAN D. I. hoag to thr?'c his nunoerous patrons for their liberal su port In the " un ol ta.? i t 0 s efv n a 1 b r'1 a lit ,ur~lIV btlb ib willti hli olbant aIm their contIonoe by do. uniformly good work. Noew and Sepoo?i-h?ald Bggoies always on Hand. Junsmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired Carefiul attention given to the tyreing of wheels. Ectimates g!iven for all repairs, if required. Eaorso-Shooing Strictly Attondod to. ibiggio ofa all d.eiriptions' Rp ira'l, Painltal and renewed. lough Repaired MIado Lightest draught. So Stoaple and Strong, They Cannot go Wrong. Simplcity io a great thing In a sewinog roahitne,-eupecially when you liveinthe country ansd hare its t6It yourself. WARD BROS. Machines have fewer parts tItan arly other-- nothing to get out of order. Poundscheapcr thno olhers 'We pay freight to your station guarantee every machine--and let yo...

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DRIK DRIK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

DRIK DRIK. (From our correspondent.) A patriotic sociial meeting was held last Friday night. The interest taken in the war now in progress was evident by tile large attendance, and the en thusiasm which was manifested was very gratifying to all present. Cr. S. HI. Malseed was voted to the chair, and delivered a very good and suitable address for the occasion. The following programmne was then gone through: A piece on the gramaphone by Mr. O. Lightbody; song, "Scarlet and Blue" by M. G. Lightbody; song, "Britannia the Pride of the Ocean " by Miss F. M'Lollan. The last verse was altered to this: "The Germana tliev must thrath now or never," lthe audiernce joining in the chorus; (encore.) She then sang "Annie Laurie" and was againl encored. The chairman took hier part and said that they must give breathling time. Address by I. A. Liglhtbody; song, Mr. G. Cowland; piece on gramaphlone; Address by Mr. Matear; song, "My ain folk," by Miss R1. Lighltbody; tecitation, Mr. S. H. BMilseed; so...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 10 September 1914

OCn. Rltlll.JEr was today elected President of the Poitland Shire. PArmo'ic DIioarNsTrnATO.-.With a view to stunulating the patriotic senti ment of the community and enabling it lind expression in a practical fom, the Mayor (Cr'. Wyatt) is convening a monster public meeting in tihe Orderly Room on Monday evening next. It is hardly necessary for us to urge upon our fellow citizens the gravity of the crisis through which we, in ommon with othler parts of the Empire, are now passing. ,'re, have only to read thecalhn, judicial utterances of thoughl?t ful, sobarminded statesmen like Mr. Asquith (tahe Primi e Minister of Eng land) and Lord Rosebery, to know how critical is the present situation, and how bravely and resolutely it mnnst be faced. Lord RIoscbery recently de clared thalt "If our armies are conquer ed we shall be destro:ed for over make no mistake. This war will not be ended by a cession of teriitory or a money indemnity. It willboea fightto the finish, If we go under we go un...

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Postal Arrangements REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

Postal ,dmastanticrl h-VIJBJD T1 DAA., Masrior the uni.rinecti nedJ offl:es cloe at Portlandlas follow:--[j Alarat and Adelai"e 7.50s a n 7.50nna r IntV.tbl:: a n , tl, a '" harat . .. ... 1.6u am / .50 m l;." - n 7V.00 n,, 7. 1( at? rr i a ira ...........55LLC ail~llir ar6 ImI.50 a ai70 r7ma Ulvri.ta Vally U nmlal ia'P 5 lUar.~e .. ... Jpm pI U m i ' .' Brartolmu ... 1. ?u aam 7.50 am ;.60 m a 7.lS am ? , .aI " Ura.tIrr ... -. 7.O0 aa 1.50 am 7.6U a n ;,.5 a S a. t Ii. j Lat a alr ... ) 7" 50amt UOsringaon - Dr 9m . . 5 ,p mt' 0-ara3u e ... - ?7, m 7.60 am .,u a .7.50 am r. r ' on t; laah ... 1. a.fO m 1.60 am 7.50 a? 7,0am 0 b'• LDretmor ... - 7.50 am , a .m r .n. D:ik?, ri . . ... 7 i.boa i .7" o. i l~lsht MadilW~elqes*I ~d yay, 7.5) a~m. - o,.5ar .. ...* s.50am I , n,0 Ulrnilton ... ;.. 1.60 am 7.50 am 7.50 a [LbO, to 7. ,0a m ],. ' " m . L1:;.v? .- .. 1.50/ - am -150s m |i.0 a m 7i. 0a n .1'] l0 a i '. k.:ntbrpck... ," 7 0 a m |I.0 a nIo 150 r m0 a n m hyoas .. ... .1,50!Oan 7 ...

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

NLW GSTAC RATES, The new postil raten, icluding the penny peosIge on letters, coee in force on Hay lbt.' The reduced ,crates are as folilow: TBHROUGH OUT COB l lONWEALTl AnD PAI'UPI'A. Loetter Id ,pe co. Lette ards,silgl ,ld .enc Do. reply,Id. nch half. I'Poicrds,stnlgl ,ldd. each Do. reply, ld. each lnif. PI'rilntcd plers 0d .per2 oz. Books, plXcii l-- unlide A -I1ali , 0t per 8z;, n Auntrcalic 0Od .per 8 no. Moatnzin es--Pritinid in Australia, Odd. per 8 on.; printed outside Australia, Old. per 4 oz. "hUcnoard," Old. per 12 oz. Commcercial paplers .pailteris, semples and mcerchardidie, ld. pecr 2 oz. OVERSEA DTO1IN]OINS Letters from Ihe Colmcnqnwealth to lthe United Kitlgdcnm, overnea dominione, British colollies and proctectorates except the Nenw ebbrides, Id: per (z. NEW ZEALANDAN D 'ATE ISLANDS. The ra:es to New Zealclcd, Figi and British Solomoc Islacidsare:- Let ld 4 oz. Po ards "ngle id. D rep 1d.ca Le or inug d Do reply,ld.eocl ha Mlogozinces id. 8 Cz., additional 4 o Old. ...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. COOK GOVERNMENT RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. C'OOK GOVERNMENT RLESIGNSS. Mr'. Couok tetileredl his resignation to the Governor General on Thulnrsday and advised him to colsulit Mr.]' Fisher with a view to hris forming ai Ministry. Thi ocs its of thle elections are now praclically certiinl. 'Messi;s. Msoloney and Oryinne have 'rcIcaipt'ed Indi and Corio, Mr. Wise is safe for Gippslanl ndMr . Mr criath foi3 Ballarat. It is ailn ot certlain thati Mr. Hans Irvine hias been defeated Iby Mr. Jolley for Gramlninns, arid that ~Mr. Chanter has reained his s'eat, in Rivcrina. This will give the new Governmoent a work ing n.ijority of ini-.i in the-House of ltepresentati;fs:. . iThe returins foi: tlie Senate?afenot yet complete, lhi it is practically ccr talin that tihe Fusion cannot look for more than five seits in a House of 36, one of tihe five being Mr. Shannon, of South Australiii, who of necessity ire eeivcd the votes of Labor. Iin Vic toria tIhe highliest Fusioist is 30,000 liehindi tim lowest Labor candidate. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

GOOD N?IWS FOR LADIES. , Ladiee will be pleased to learn thlat the "Natura' Health Co, of Mel bourne, are aenditg their highly qualified lady representative to Pl'ortland on asohort visit. The visit is being esagerly looked forward to, and takes placeon Tuesday, Septemnber 22,when the Company's repro. sentative may be seen at MIce Itotel form 10 to 7.30. Ladies whose health is causing them anxietyare strongly advised to collsult her and learn how good hellth may be restored to them by means of the wonderful "'Natura' Home Treatment that hba cured so many thonatands of women and girls. No charge whatever is made for consultation or advice. A ful range of all medicines is carried. MeaI* while send 2d. eostage for free Hlealth Guide for women to Department CL1, Natura Health Co., 49 Eliczbeth street, Melbourne. Only Victorian address. MADE A NEW MAN OF ME. "For some time I suffered with liver attacks and btliousness," says Mr. I. H. Mathieson, Constable, Havelock, N ?Z. At times I woul...

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Football Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

Football Molbourno, Satulday. Following are tli results of to dny's matches Carlton 9.8, Fitzroy 5.12.

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Shire Council Thursday, Sept. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

Shire Council Thurslay, Sept. 10. Present-Cr. Cope (in the chair), Smith, Rigletti, Malsced, Carter, Dov lin, Philip, and Shaw. ELECTrON OF PRESIDENT. Cr. Shaw moved, and Cr. Carter seconded, that £40 be the amount of the President's allowance -Carried. Cr. Devlin moved that Cr. Righotti be President. He was an old and ex poiionccd member alnd would discharge the duties with credit to himself, the Council, and the ratepayers. Seconded by Cr. Carter and carried unanimously. The Chairman congratulated Cr. Righetti and assured him of the sup port of the Counci1. He (Cr. Cope) thanked councillors for their courtesy and assistance, and was glad to say they had ~oime through the year with a credit balunco of £60. He hoped the new President would be as suc cessful. The President elect thanked the Council for the honor conferred upon him, and said he would do his best, withtlhe assistance of the Council, to keep things straight. CORRESPONDENCE. From Cashmuere Progress Association, asking th...

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Mentone Races. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

Mentone Raoes. 'iThe following are thle results of Sat urday's racing at Meintone FIirst Div. Hp.-Yarrien.: Second DiI. Hp-Zohar. " :Bii'ush Steeple--Tumult.. Mentone Cup1-Eubulus. Tlhird Div. lIp-Grandl Charm. Welter lip- Diunfries.

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

PORTLAND TELEPEONE BUREAU. '?he ollowing ialisot otolophono:stati and charges:- iame Fi. 3mino . Additional oflTown Conversation, amine, *Branxiholneo 8id 6d BIyaduk sl 9d U'lpe ' N!-on 2 2d Cavendish la 91 *Castorton via Broaxlholno Is 9"d Casterton via HUsniltou la4d la Coleraino Is 4d lo Coudnli (d 5d Crosslc'. is 9d Dennington li 9d Digby, via Branxholme is 9d Dunkold Is 9d Olunthompson Is 4d In Ilawkesde l le 9d Hartniltoni s 9d I'loywood 2d 2d Kentbruck Cd 5d Kirkstall Is 9d Koroit Is 9d Lake Bola Ie 10d 1 2d " "Macarthizi';W, aIs 4d . I t Merino, vio Branxholine la 9d lMoiino, via Hamilton I" 4d la .Mount Ganbior Is 9d Moyne Falls 11; 9d hlyamyn 6Bdi 54 Nurrawong 2d 2d Neolan d 6d uPnalourst la 9d 'ort Fairy' d 6d Port McDonne las d i0 Hipponhurst lS 9d Tyrendarra . 3d Bd YVmhuk d Sd * Wallacedal 8d 6d WVtrrnambool is 9 Wichliff la 10d la 2 Woolsthorpeo la 9d Foe for measonger call, any person dind wiihin one mile--3d. "Note.--Branxholre closes from p.m. to p.in daily, and on...

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WAR IN EUROPE. Melbourne, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

WAR IN EUROPE. ]Reuter's Cablegrams.] Melbourne, Sunday Night. After five days' fighting the Allies gained the victory. TIce Germans are retreatifg everywhere. Thoe Allies in flieci great .losses on them-' The Germani right wing abandoned great quantities of nmunitions of war, tlheir Irtitcaibeing:i rapid.'. The Allies ar still pnursiigi. It, is oxpicted' thtat France will be clear of Geiaiiiihs in a fortiighlt. R]ouinania, Greeee: aind Bulgaria formed an entent ' against Turkey *should she side :ith 'Germany. Firing lhas beei dis inctly heard in the Iorth Seas. Tihe Russians captured Tomaschoff after a sanguinary battle, west of Lub i;-, and defeated the Germains at Glurzeffe. SThree hundred tiousand Germans lire rcing to help tbo Austrians from destruction. It is feared the German fleet may defeat the Russian fleet in the Baltic Sea. A Capetown train was derailed with 600 troops, twelve of. whom were illed and several injured, Thie Australians lost only a few moen when capturing G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 14 September 1914

Rheumatism. LENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. "Nino years ago I was a great suf erera from Rheumatism, being laid tip bor three weeks," writes Mrs. IEliz beth Itray, of Carll in st., Quarry [ 1lull, Dvi' : V Irgo nVie. r e in itia -with little or no un C- Iprovemelnt. I decided *IF ~ ~ ~ Mile Att ryIr X~ Borse's IIi-' lron es /IIte. thant Ileriod Indoed, leIving to hobble nblaut with thn tsalitance of a walking litck. when able to leave my bed. The effect of Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pills 'as nmarvellous, and my recovery wao rapid. I only uaeC half a bottle of Pills .and became myself once anoro-restored to perfect health. I am a womton Cf usually 'igorous healthi n'tl cm n great believer in soulr rolsedy. My husband also has alth to them for relief of a.lachuciie and Kidney. Trouble." 1)r. Morse's Indian Itoot Pilus proecil effective because they drove tue Uric Adcd cut of: tle system. puruled tile httocd. rli ahded in tue dignstion aid csaimilation of food. Dr. horse In <hun Ieot...

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