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If your muscles are sore, bones I acbo, joints feel stiff, and if pains ! dart through your body, it is probably rheumatism. Purify your blood, get out all the rheumatism poison—no need of your suffering m this way. •Wo have the following letter from Mr. R. J. KovaltUofgMannum, So. Australia, Mr. Kowidd also sends his photograph. "I suffered greatly "with rheumatism, which laid me up tor a long time. I tried a great many medicines, but thoy -were of little or no use. A friend who cad taken Ayer's Sarsaparilla induced mo to try it. I thought it. would be just like all the other medicines. i;ut there was a great and pleasant surprise m store for me, tor after taking one bottle I >vaa better. The swelling begau to go down, the pains began to leave me, and I felt better iv every way. After taking only five bottlea I was completely cured, while I was taking the Sarsaparilla I also took Ayer's Pills to keep niy bowels m good condition." (C^ B SI Tiioro TvTO many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you ccfi " Ayers. F.'sjCMid by Or. J. C AyerCo.,Lowe:;, Mass., U. S. A BUSINESS NOTICES _ FOR LUNCHEON AND AFTERNOON TEA Try " KIA OltA. " &00MS. TANCRED STREET (Opposite Union Bank. ___ 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Daily; Saturdays 9 p.m. TO ARRIVE IN A PEW WEEKS,— Foster Fraaer's New Work on " Canada." Price, Post Free, 3s 10d. P. W. Hutton & Co., Booksellers, Timaru. Victoria Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Limited, MR H. D. ACL AND, Solicitor, Burnett Street, has been appointed AGENT for the above Company at Ashburton, vice Mr C. J. Styche, resigned. JOHN F. GRIERSON, Manager Canterbury Branch. H« ISUSISELL. W7l L OR I S T, FRUITERER, GREEN I 1 GROCER & SEEDSMAN (IToxt to Ashburton Olubi. Fresh locally grown Grapes every day. Orders left for Tomatoes will be promptlj attended to. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. There- ! fore it will pay you to Buy from us. 150 To3t Korosone 7a 6d per case, 3b 9d per tin. Finest Cane Sugar, 12s 6d per bag, or 2£d per lb. Finest Japan Rice, 8s 6d per ba.r. Best Flour, 2001 b Bags, 18a 6d; 1001 b Bags, 93 6d; 501 b Bags, ss; 251 b Bigs, 28 9d. Finest Oatmeal, 25ib Bags, 2s 6d. Large Tins Pineapple 6hd. Seeded R&isina s^d per lb. Real Good Tea Is per lb. We Sell More Pork, Ham, and Bacon. There is nothing nicer. Cash Register Coupons with every Cash Purchase at— JOHN MOPPAT & CO., Opposite the Railway Statioc a tr/Tto your taste. GOOD HEALTH is some- I thing worth having. It is i & very easily impaired, though f especially by the use of m Iferior food-stuffs and cheap beverages. In "STAND-OUT" p TEA I ;I you have a high-grade || machine-dressed tea of un- | rivalled purity and flavour, | and handled throughout 1 amid perfect cleanliness. I Good health m every cup. | Packed m patent air-tight k tins with splendid, value | coupons m each. Ask the I grocer for it. | OUS GUARANTEE.— Buy a tin, and I if you do not like it return m I original tin wltlj coupon to R. Wills sou & Co., Dunedin, who will 4 cheerfully refund your money. I Wholesale— H. C. GODFREY & CO. 1 __________ . ASHBURTON Permanent Building and Investment Society. Deposits—Kate of Interest At Call on Every Day's Balance: 31 per cent ?ip to £200. On Fixed Deposit: For six months, any sum, 3£ per cent. For twelve months, any sum, 4 per cent In the event of Fixed Deposits being paid before due date, call rates will ha allowed. ALBERT ROBERTS 21 Manager. »■•-. I A most dainty sweetmeat— "The People." MOKO, the Great COUGH CURE, obtainable at Tinwald, Ashburton, Ohertsey, Rabaia, Methven, r.auriston. Grocers and Chemists, Is 6d per bottle. M°KO, the Great COUGH CURE. The famous remedy for Coughs, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Consumption. Is 6d, Grocers and Chemists, A DMIRAL Blue is^Good Blue.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6568, 12 May 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6568, 12 May 1905

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