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Heart iisease Pericarditis is one of several diseases that a2ect the heart, and is usually ushered in with a slight chill, followed with fever, or it may commence with fainting, pain, oppression, weight, palpitation, cough, hurried and difficult breathtnp, frequent and irregular pulse, inability to lie Heart DlseaSD on the left side, headache, . . _ delirium, fainting fits, anxiety, Slid tH9 CUfB. debility, restlessness, and son S3 of suffocation. If the acute form advances for several weeks, it becomes Chronic, or may by insidious advances be chronic from the first." By carefully comparing the above symptoms with the particulars furnished by Mrs. A. Charkcr, Taonul Street, Palmerston North, the connection will be apparent. She says:—" For over nine years I have suffered from Fainting Fits, Nervous Prostration, and Heart Disease, increasing in severity every year. I became so weak that when the attack came on my body became as though paralysed. I conld not even move my little finger. Doctor and Doctor regularly attended me. I had to keep a person to do my housework, as I was unable to get about. I had not been able to lie on my left slda for yeara. The moment I tried to do so the pain was dreadful, and I felt as though I would smother. Previous to my last serious attack I spent most cf the time sitting in a chair. I dare not exert myself or move about The fainting fit referred to was the most oevere I had. I was helpless for three hours, and unconscious part of tho ttnue. The doctor who was sent for remarked on entering the room: ' Dear me, this is serious. I can hear the heart beating from here: Mrc had I been aware it was so ,bad I "•* "* would have come earlier.' After rh«r!rar Fc rallying, the doctor enforced vIKU&CI a : absolute rest and quietness, stating Cf-.+nm/inf the heart was enlarged, and JWICIUwHI. some other heart trpuble, the name of which I have forgotten. About this time my mother (Mrs. Kells) was on a visit to Wellington, and while there friends recommended the herbal medicine, Plantekoa. Another friend said that in severe attacks Nitrate of Amyl was good. So, anxious to gat something to give relief, she got a box of the Amyl and a supply of Plantekoa. The Amyl I have now intact, the Plantekoa I took, and remarkable as it may appear, I was able to sleep on the left aide after the fourth dose, and right from the start there has been rapid and decided improvement, I have been free from pain, have not had a single fainting attack, have gained in weight, can eat, sleep and work well, and when I-say that in addition <o my ordinary hoose work, cleaning, etc., I do my washing and ironing in one-day, is evidence of what Plantekoa has done forme. It is nearhr twelve months since myuecovesy. Either myself or my husband (who is on the staff of the Petoue Chronicle) will be pleased to answer farther enquiries." lijpSS! I]'! PEeased, to answer enquiries. Mrs. Kells. mother of Mrs. Chavker, and now resident of Regent Street, Pctone,says 1-" Icar thoroughly endorse the statement of my daughter. She was so btid that it wor.M luivc occasioned no surprise had word been brought to mo that sho had gone during her bad attacks. Seems the benefi; n:y dnitfihtftr and others rwived from I'i.->n!cko;i I use:! it for Sciatica, Rh::iiu;\km which v.tnAr- \\ difficult to walk ,it-limns), a.u> General Debilin. It lus cured in: of ilujso complaints srnnr^iirni'. piysyrU'in ; I hn"C incrensed in weight, ;ui-l r:n now'in goo-1 health. I would never be wkkor Ptetu.-kwi." \\\ S'.srcs a? i'C3i-ta ft *:> P'rijl"'■•:.•»•::; .-. !-'TI-. "r." '-iy.T'i-ny f-t: r ■,< !.■< '■ - ' BUSINESS NOTICES J. L. HIGGS PA ENTER, GLAZIER, PAPERHANGER SIGN WRITER & PICTUEEFRAMER TANCRED STREET, Next Door to Kia Ora, IS now showing a Large and Choice selection of WALL PAPERS AND picture-framing!, Inspection Invited. You cannot get better value anywhere ebe. A trial will convince you of this feet. All requisites]of the trade in stock. . I LANE'S EMULSION Has found permanent use in many homes. It is, food and medicine in one combination. It has many friends and one good reason for this is that Lane's Emulsion contains no narcotic of any kind, —the contents are plainly told on every package. For coughs, colds, sore throats, and sickly chil- : dreri, take none but Lane's. * | 135; H, BUSHELL. FLORIST, FRUITEEER, GREEN GROCER & SEEDSMAN | (Next to Ashburton Clubi. Fresh locally grown Grapes every day.i Orders left for Tomatoes will be promptly attended to. POULTRY. POULTRY. POULTRY. 30,000 Head Wanted for Export, C: U. WILSON" is the Largest and Best • Buyer for Cash of Ducks, Roosters, and Hens, at the following Prices on train ut Ashburton, or your nearest Station, free of Railage and Commission. Railage and Cartage only charged on Empty Oate3. Ducks—3s 3d per pair. Roosters—Class A, weighing 2\ to 3-J-lbs, 2s 6d pair ; Class B, weighing 3£lb and over, 3s Id pair. Hen3—Class A, weighing 2§ to 3ijlbs, 2s Id pair; Class B, weighing 3£lbs and over, 2* 9d pair. The above Prices are paid for all Poultry that pass the Government Poultry Grader. Consign your Poultry to Government Poultry Depot, Christchurch, on account C. B. Wilson, not later than THURSDAY of each week. Account Sales with Cheques posted every TUESDAY. Crates are supplied when ordered. C. R. WILSON, Auctioneer and Agent, 4 446 Christchurch. i ASHBURTON \ Permanent Building and Investment Society. Deposits—Rate of Interest At Call on Every Day's Balance?: H per ce«£ up to £200. On Fixed Deposit: For six months, any sum, 3£ per cent. For twelve months, any sum, 4 per cent Tn tho event of Fixed Deposits being paid before due date, call rates wiU be allowed. ALBEB.T ROBERTS 5 21 Manager, Gu-hmmz Swiss Miui CHOCOLA.7& Continue collecting Callier's Chocolate Coupons. All Confectioners.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6564, 8 May 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6564, 8 May 1905