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IN %#^f *' Ws aro old friend?, tlaio bottlo and L We .have known caoh other for over $ixfcy years. When a boy I was always taking cold, but a ievr doses of this gaedicino would at onco sab me right. v Whoa, a young man I had a waak throat and wealc lungs. My frionds Csared some lung trouble, but greatly strengthened my throat, cleared up my voice, and took away the tendency for every cold to go to my lungs. '' Last year 1 had a bad attack of la grippe. The only medicino I took was from this bottlo, and 1 came out all right. I know it's good, too, for asthma, bronchitis, pncumonia,croup."' There avo many substitutes and imitations. Beware of them! Be sure you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Two sizes. Large and small bottles. Prepared by Dr. J, -. Aycr * *0.. Level!, fikss.. 'J.S.A. BUSINESS NOTICES T.H. ELLIOTT, West Street. TELEPHONE 83, ASHBURTON. . Coals m StockNewcastle. Westport, Mounc Somers (new and old) Purponga, East Gritaj Palmain, Coke. AGENT ALLANDALE COAL CO. Posts, Rails, Stakes, Firewood. All at Lowest Current rates. Orders promptly attended to. A trial will convince. Orders For Truck Loads sent to any Station Facts About a Watch. THE Balance Wheel of an average Watch makes 300 vibrations every minute, 18,000 ench hour, 432,000 m a day, or 157,788.000 per year. At each vibration of the Balance Wheel ifc makes about H revolutions ; and it is thus seen that the staff on which the Balance Wheel is mounted makes about 236,682,000 revolu- i tions on its bearings m one year. One drop of oil is sufficient to lubricate two hundred j of such'bearing3 and the greatest delicacy of touch is required to plane ib where | needed. A locomotive running at the rate of one, mile per cainute would, without stopping, have to run two years before the j shaft of the driver would make as many i revolutions as the balance shaft of a watch makes m one year. And yet some people wonder why a watch ever Deeds clenning and oiling. It is not advisable to allow a watch to run longer th>«n twoyear3 without attention.. For Skilful Repairs, try— L.S. M CCLUE,G, Somerset Buildings, Ashburton. GfWUIAJESwJSS MILJi Chocolate, Whatever you do, don't forget my Chocolate. Remember it must be Callier's. Lane's Emulsion Cannot be successfully imitated. Some medicines can be, but not so with Lane's. The contents are plainly stated on every label,; but the contents alone do not make Lane's Emulsion. Ther'es the mixing, the blending. E. G. Lane, Chemist, Oamaru, was the originator of his now famous medicine-food. He alone knows the secret of how to perfectly mix and emulsify Lane's Emulsion. Of course there are imitations, but when buying please examine the package, and look for the words— "LANE'S EMULSION, It's Famous because It's Good," and please be careful to take none but Lane's. Lane's Emulsion is for coughs, colds, and throat and lung troubles m children or adults. 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle. A. Few Pertinent Reasons why the Phonograph is the Best Talking Machine to Buy. FIRST— There 'n an absence of the annoyining scratching sound to be heard m all disc machines. SECOND—The Phonograph Records may be pliyed 1000 times without noticeable deterioration; a disc record played half that number of times would have degeaorated into a dismul wheeze. THIRD— The Phonograph has no Needle to change after every tune. FOURTH—Any size of Horn may be used to suit a largo or small room. FIFTH—Any Deaf person may enjoy the Phonograph by attaching Hearing Tubes. SIXTH — You can Make your own 3«'O')r'-'ls; this \i impossible on a disc machine. SEV fcNTH — The advertiser, who hos I had a large experience with all; kinds of i Talking Machines, uses tho Phonograph m his own home, and his advice is; Buy the machine that sings sweetly, gives you no trouble, and will last practically, for ever. A. T. H. WILLIAMS. Bookseller, Stationer, Etc., East Street FRANK CURTIS, F,P.O,C ' DOCTOR OF OPTICS, OCULIST*' OPTICIAN, MAY be consulted on all Defects of the Eye 3 remediable with Glasses. My spacious and newly constructed Consulting Room, lit by artificial light, is fitted with the Newest and most Exptnsive Optical Instruments, specially imported for this work. Having thua every convenience for accurate results, and haviDg passed my degree under the instruction and examination of Celebrated Oculists, patients can rely on their defects being correctly diagnosed, and the proper lonsea prescribed. CONSULTATION FREE. Children's Eyes a Specialty. Doctor's Prescriptions Accurately Made Up. Charges Strictly Moderate. SIIIP Tojgajto Siiuce is Delisions.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905

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