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A TRUE STORY

Writing from Bamawni, Tic., Mr. William John Youil), late of Harvoytown, Eaglehawk, Vic,, say*;—'‘‘ln regard to the statement I gave you some years ago as to my cure of kid icy complaint, I may say that a t-lrat time since I had occasion to be medically examined and was entirely lira from any complaint.” Mr. YouilTs original statement was as follows: —‘‘I feel it a duty I owe to you and to suffering humanity to send you this letter, in tho earnest hope that others who may be suffering as 1 was irom that dread complaint, Bright’s Disease of the kidneys, may take courage and learn from ray experience io adopt the same method of treatment that I did, ieeling sure that by so doing they will be caved much pain and and, perhaps, an early grave. ’this may seem to some a remarkable statement to make, but it- can be substantiated by anyone who will take the trouble to enquire themselves from mo or of _ my Blends who wore with me at the time. Despite all tho skill and attention bestowed on me by the hospital doctor-, and nurses, 1 gradually grew - worse, the doctors having diagnosed my complaint as Bright's Disease. The doctors gave me up as incurable, and gave me but a few v. eras longer to live.' I was then taken from the hospital to mv home to die (as my friends Thought), W tny father did not wish me to die in the hospital Bid. I had a Deling within myself that them was hope whilst there was life, and, unlike my friends, i did. not give up m despair. " On tho way home my father procured a bottle of Warner’s Bale Cure, but cm arrival 1 was in a state of collapse from the shaking I had undergone on the way. My father, thinking that the Bade Pure would do nic no harm if it did mo no good, gave me a small dose, continuing to do so at intervals throughout, the day. I fell- ald tie better, the agonising pain being if-ss severe. 1 continued to take Warner s Safe- Cure and was soon able to get a little rest find siren, and my strength verv gradually re turned. My friends began'to have- hop. ,of my ultimate re-eovc-rv. Each day my urine, whenanalysed, showed :■ "s albumen. My health steudilv improved. Each bottle of Warner’s Baht (Tire I took hastened my reroverv. I was then able to get up and about, and in it-ss than three mouths was restored to perfect health

mid strength. From that time up to the present I have had no return of the disease, and for six years have been m constant employment on the mines." Warner’s Safe (Tiro is a wonderful remedy in vases <4 kidney and liver , disorders, and complaint* arising from : inefficient action of the kidneys and j liver, siwh ns _ rlicmnati.sm. gout, him | b2 go. neuralgia, sciatica, blood dis- . orders, anaemia, indiycM ion. biliousness. . jaundice, sick-head iche, gcnerul dcbihtj , ■ giiivc-L stone and 1 ■ladder t’unblos ; Warner's- Safe Cure is sold by ; chemists and ,tmckcrjv'rs everywhere, ; both ir- the original F.-s) bo!tie. and m the cheaper <2s Gd} ” Concentrated,'’ , non-alcoholic: form.

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A TRUE STORY, Evening Star, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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A TRUE STORY Evening Star, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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