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The dixoive had been granted. Their only child had been given to the mother, and after the final decree they met, and tile young woman said : “ 1 am willing to let you have the baby half of the time." " Good 1" cried the father, with satisfaction. *• That’s fine!” “ Yes.” resumed the. fair, yet unfair, divorcee. calmly, "you may have him nights."

I \ 1 jj A rjejSTICE OF TS-SE PEi^CS 3 PROPRIETOR & djOIMLIST, WSiTSB RSI A P l w: & n ' JL tj u Mr. Bsrnct, who is a well-known Aus.'ra.'ian pirrnvli'! nnrj newspaper propnrlor, and wiio is row cnji'i-cl in commerce, is one of '.M many who c:i!ogr-<; CLEMENTS TONIC. Hr is also one of ihc her.', commercial men in New Sau'.h Wales, and a Justice of lire Pea e of long rmnci.n;;. Hr is emphatic in assailing that Is iONiC is a boon la sufferers, and he never hesitates to impart that tact to his frrcnc's. Carbon Mansion. Ci.-br P. i.,1, Svdney, K.S.W., 12, 9 12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., 45 In testifying to the valise of Clements Tonic, I do so in the hops that: others may receive as much benefit from this medicine through the use o? it m I did, “I suffered from lassitude, and lacked mental concentration. My complaint was diagnosed by medical men as enlarged liver, 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 and the ills peculiar to liver complaint ceased, and, to use a well-known term, I soon ‘felt £>.L’ “Like many, I have tried other tonics, but none had the almost miraculous effect upon me as Clements Tonic had. “ Anyone suffering from lassitude, liver trouble, or weak nerves, should not hesitate to do as I did—TAKE CLEMENTS TONIC. “ When opportunity offers I always recommend it.” I am, yours truly, (Signed) , J7T">? Commercial well-known men of Mr. Barnet’s position , only write their opinions where they consider they are deserved. This is a testimony which once again proves the value of CLEMENTS TONIC as a strength restorative after acute attacks of illness that waste the human system and ruin the health. In cases of Insomnia, Brain Fag, Debility, Nervous Breakdown, Acute Nervousness, Biliousness, Sluggish Liver or Weakness after Fever, Influenza or other illness, get this medicine. Alt Chemists and Stores sell It.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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