TWO AMONGST MANY.
The following letters will interest many of our readers:— From Mr. H. Jewell, 65, Richmondterrace, Richmond, Vic. "Some months ago one of my kidneys was severely bruised by a fall of rock whilst working on the sewerage contract, and I was laid up and helpless for several woeks. Ths» pain I suffered was excruciating. I could not eat or sleep/ and became very weak and despondent : more especially when the doctors who were attending me failed to do me any good, and only made matters worse by telling me that I should never be able to do any laborious work again. I was so bad that four doctors were in attendance upon me. Failing to get relief from medical men, I at last decided to try if Warner's Safe Cure would benefit me. I little thought that it would restore mo to health, but it did so in a very short time. I took in all about seven bottlesful of the medicine, when I was up and back at my work again on. the sewerage contract, which is no light work for the xtrongest of men. I think that my case proves the efficacy of Warner's Safe Cure in the most severe cases." From Mrs. Marv Black. 39. Ann-street. Surry Hills, Sydney, N.S.W. "About six years ago, when I was in Western Australia, 1 suffered from kidney complaint for about two year?. T consulted three doctors, but got no relief from their prescriptions. Then a friend advised me to take Warner's Safe Cure. After taking two bottles I felt greatly relieved', and after taking, perhaps," seven or eight bottles altogether. I was completely cured. My symptoms were loss of appetit-e, excruciating pain in the small of the hack, lassitude, with no energy to do housework. T got thin from inability to take my meals." Warner's Safe Cure is sold by chemists and' storekeepers everywhere, both in the original (sk) Viottles and in. the cheaper (2s 6d) non-alcoholic (Concentrated) form.
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TWO AMONGST MANY., Evening Star, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915