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No False Returns.

Here are Plain Facts Endorsed by an Ashburton Citizen.

Few pooplo will admit failure while there U a chance for argument. Many people claim success when no one rises to dispute. What we want to do is to place our claims where doubt is out of the question. Wo are doing this every day, and Ashburton people are beginning to appreciate it. Many citizens step forward, and testify publicly to the merit of "The Little Conqueror." They unhesitatingly tell how burdens have been removed from backs that bore them patiently for years. Surely more convincing proof cannot be had than testimony like the following from an Asbburtoncitizen:—Mr T. Alexander, Moore Street, Ashburton, says:—" For about seven years my kidneys have been disordered. At times the tortures I have had to put up with have been nearly unbearable, and I often had to knock off work. In fact, work at such times was impossible. The pain was right m the small of my back, and it seemed to strike from there at all times all over my body. The secretions were also disordered, red m colour, with a brick dust like sediment, and scalding considerably. When these attacks were severe I was compelled to go to a doctor about the matter, but somehow their medicines did not act up to the mark. I was pretty bad when I first saw Doan's Backache Kidney Pills advertised, and as this soemed a likely sort of medicine for my trouble, I obtained some at tha Ashburton Drug Co's store. Soon after I started using them, relied cause, and after a course the pain went completely, and my secretions contained no foreign substance. Tbqy are tip top pills, and should be made known to all sufferers from kidney trouble." The above testimony was given two years ago. Mrs Alexander ponh'rms it m April, 1903.— The annexed statement is perfectly true. In fact more might be added tow, as my husband is still well. Three box?a of pills oured him at the time he made tho statement, and he has never hadarefcurn of this uomplaiafc since,'' " See that tha word ' backache' is m i.hfl uauio. You want tho remedy which permanently cured Mr Alexander, therefore be sure and ask for Doan's Bttckaehe Kidney Pills " Doau'a Backache Kidney Pills are sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 3s per box, or will be posted ott receipt of price by Foster, McClellan Co., 76 Pitt Streot, Sydney, N.S.W. But be sure they are Doan's.

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No False Returns., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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No False Returns. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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