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A WELL-KNOWN JUSTICE OF TH ~ PEACE MR. HARNETT i xe'l-known Amtr journaliv. and oewip-i-'er j.ropr etnr who it engascii in<- >nver<-e, i.i one of the m.i y cu isUc- CLEMENTS TO.VC. He is ; Is. of ilw be.t known cmntnerc su men in N.S •ni a J -Mice ■ f .he I'eai-e of long Man. Ilehenipha icin assrrtinc ihaiMonrnis G'ebe l'oi..i. bytluey, i2,Via. CLEHEHTS TOXIC LTD. " n testifying to tho va'ua otCLEMEHTS TONIC, i do so in the hope that others may receive as much benefit from this medicine through the use of it as I have. "I suffered from lassitude and lacked mental concentration. My complaint was diagnosed as enlarged lives 1 ! accompanied with flatulence and dyspepsia. The medicine prescribed was useless. "I was persuaded to take CLEMENTS TONIC, and to my astonishment in a little while my constitution assumed its normal condition, my nerves became naturally strong, and the ills peculiar to liver complaint ceased, and to use a well kiw.n term, I soon "fell fit." "Like many, I have t.'-cd other tonics, but none had the almost MIRACULOUS EFTECT UPON ME AS CLEMENTS TONIC HAD. "When opportunity offers, I shall always recommend it. NAT. J. BARNETT, J.P." Insomnia, Weakn on. 11 eakdown, 1 .Debility—lake thi after Illness. Appetite, or HI CHEMSTS /ND 'TO ES SELL IT. HAVE MADE up several bottles of . Heart's Essence for self and friends, and have never used a more genuine cough mixture." N. O'Sullivan, Ahaura. Hean's Essence makes a big botde of finest cough, cold and sore throat remedy, and saves 10/- for your pocket. 3 I People Like the Flavor! Hhusewivs Like th~ Price! I There's a something, a "Tone" or piquant I "Snap," in the flavor of the celebrated Melhuish's Worcester Sauce which strongly appeals to the taste of almost everybody] The enormous demand testifies to he popularity. Not surpassed by the most expensive imported brands. Housewives can yet purchase it for less than half the price of these. Melhuish's " Oriental Relish " and | Pickles are very fine. Try them I

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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