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Pimples and Boils,

Caused by Impure Blood, Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills Drive the Poison out of the System.

Pimples and Boils are more or les3 painful and irritating, aud are always a great disfigurement to tho skin. Look in the mirror. You arc ashamed of your face. You cannot hide them with powdor and puff; they stand outmost provokingly, aud you fancy that everyone looks at that particular spot. It is a standing advertisement that your blood is out of order. The Liver and Kidneys are not nrcrking properly. They ara not filtering tho impurities from the blood, and Nature is exercising her prerogative and throwing oil a portion of the impurities through the eruptions. A most inoonvecient mode, you say, but you are responsible for neglecting Nature in her other channels. Dr Morse's Indian Root 1 ills are taken occasionally to keep the system toned and the stomach in proper working order. They aid in the digestion and assimilation of food, strengthening every organ, making good red blood to pulsate through the entire body. They get at the cause of every complaint that has the Stomach, Liver or Kidneys as its origin, and are a positive and permanent cure for Biliusnesa, Indigestion, Constipation, Sick Headache, Sallow. Complexion, Liver and Kidney Troubles, Piles, Pimples, Boils and Blotches, and for Female Ailments.

Wanteds, "ODT3 pay Best Prices for Scrap Iron, y'-V.;;; Brass, Copper, Zino, Lead, Sackp, Casks, Bottles, Horse Hair, Cow Tails, Bones, etc Prices on Application. BQXTLE EXCHANGE, Christchurch. 47 Colombo Strreet. WANTED Known—That MiTCHEt,i. & Turner's Great Winter Sale commenced on Friday, at 10 o'clook. WANTED— Bayers for Bedroom Sets from 10s 6d, Dinner sets from 30b BefciTeq. Sets from 10a 6d set, Fancy Cups and' Saucers, all prices, large variety at UwDßiLii & Co's Furnishing Warehouse Taaorod Street MOFO. fh« Great COUGH C[JRE Thrt nf* speoifio for Coughs, Bronchitis, Colds on the Chest. 13 6d. Grocers and Chemists. TyrOKO, the Great COUGH CURE jLfifuiihThe famous remedy for Coughs Bronchitis, Asthma, an<i Consumption Is 3d, Grocers and Chemists, WANTED KNOWN—That the quality is just the same aa usual, i but Prices are very different at Mitchelii & Tobnbb's Sale. MINERVA Motor Cycle, 2 h.p., inclined engine, M.0.V., latest pattern, iast overhauled; £35—&. H. CAESON CYCLE & MOTOE WOBKS. BR McTNTYEE'S Extra Strong Female Pills. 43 6d, from Chemists, or Postage Free from Alfred Ouidaile, Chemist Dunedm WANTED Known—That great lumps have beon chopped off regular prices ready for the great sale at Mitchfll & Tubker's WANTED— Buyers for Washstands at 10s each, Tables at 8s each, Cha:rs 4s each, Oilcloth Is 3d per yard, Linoißnm 2yds wide at 3s 3d per yard, fifcl ed and layed on your floor. Undbimi &Co , Tancred Street, opposite Arcade. IyfOKO, the Great. COUGH CUKE, iYa. L*»dy writes: "L'ltase send two boteles of Great _Cough Cure; it is a wonderful mcdi m " MINERVA Motor Cycle, 2 h.p., vortical engine, new machine; ,£45; Dunlop tyres G. H. CARSON CYCLE & MOTOK WORKS. WANTED KNOVVN-That no matter what cUss of Drapery you need, you'll get it at Reduced Prices at Mitchell & Turner's Sale. WASTED— Uuyors for one new Ryi steads, jusE arrive:, Beautiful i 2« fligns, and from 15 ho 20 > f <er ct>ut cheape than usual, Umdbilu & Co., Furnisher--Tancred Straot. E OR One Month Oaly—every purchase of " PAINUI " receivtn v beautifu! Album of " Japanese Views." Canterbury Farmers' Association Important Sale of, ■-¥10*0 rilslC!G! frpSSTBTn WE ha^e been favonred with instructions from Mr Samuel McCally to Sell by Public Auction, at Temuka Saleyards, ON TUESDAY, 25th JULY, 1905, His COMPACT HANDY FaRMj comprising 61 Acres, securely fenced well watered, and subdivided, The Land is all rich reclaimed swamp, and capable of produciusf Grain, Eoots, or drags of fche beat qu»lity ; also good fattening land for Sheep or Cattle. The Improvements consist of 8 roomed Dwelling llouae (almost new), Grain, Chaff aad Implement Sheds, Stables, Dairy, etc. The Property is situated 1-J mfcs from Temufca Railway StatioD, Saleyards, and Post Office, and adjoins the Dairy Factory. EASY TERMS. Hour of Salo — 2.30 p.m. Sharp. In consequence or tho Vender having bought a brgo block of the (i •em Hayes Estate, the above Farm is for ABSOLUTE SALE. J. MUNDELT, 1 63 Auctioneer. Guinness ar.d LeCren , Ltd. Farms Ur Private Sale. Wll have a lar<r^ Number of F^irnia of all descMvtion.voiz our Eo^:skr for Private S;iie :h>;fc are worth the money asked for tho:n, uud are well woith iuep ctioD» The following are some :— |hm;A. ACRE'"? ruixeJ Farming Land (@|| downs a-ul flat?, pirt ii.ne;-toue good grain t-rcwin^ hnd l^mhing country. Ifuu-o f>n-I Good OatI'uiidings; Groraldine, Fol. 180. TerißS. ACKKS Sweet Liud, all flat OO '\Jr wall watered and fenced, good fatteciug country; 100 Acres in Turnip-, Dwelling. Will carry 1000 tiwes well; G; raldino dis trict Price £10. Fol. 181. €>f\J\ ACRES trii^ecl \^'nrmia^ Laud Ov/l^ and First Class Cjunfcry, downs and fltt. Dwollin-? und OutbuildiEg^, in Ueraldiuo District. Good Terms. Fol. 151 KO/\ ACRES Limestone Land, well O€s*l/: watered, splendid lambing : country and fattens woH. Good Housoand Buildings. Between Geraldine and Pleasant Poiot £S 108, on Easy Terms. Fol. 97. A i\f\ ACRES very "Rich I/rnestone TDv v Land, with substantial Stone Dwelling and Outbuildings, well watered; nine miles from railway. P01.'.101. We, shall be glad to scad intendincj pnrcbftßers further particulars, and assist them to in*<' ect. OTJINF^S & LkOkEN, LTD., Land Agontsaud Auctioneers. Fun -n -Vrtimafc« aorl Geraldine. 12X2Q

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6614, 6 July 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6614, 6 July 1905

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