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Read the Sign Post.

• -I Lots of Ashburton People have Learned to Read it Carefully. Read the sign post rightly. The sign post of health is the back. You must know ifc the sign post reads — " Backache is kidney ache ; Lame back is weak kidueys." Only ono sure way to do thie, Take Doan's Backache Kidney Pill. A citizen adds her endorsement here. Mrs Bowden Chri-tchureh, late of Harap- J stead, this town says = -" For years I have j been troubled with pains in the small of my back. These pains were very bad at times, but. they varied, and sometimes they would ease off a bit. I was always trying to get a cure for this trouble, and was very pleased when I obtained Doan's Backache Kidney Pills at tho Ashburton Dmg Co's store, as this remedy proved a cure for my aiimeut. The pain ceased shortly after I commenced using the pills, and it | has never returned." Success baa brought up many imitations of Doan's Pills, but there is ncthiDg 'just as good ' as the remedy which cured Mrs Bowden, therefore see that the word " Backache " is in the name, and that the signature cf James Doan is on the wrapper. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 3s ; per box, or will bo posted on 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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Read the Sign Post., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6614, 6 July 1905

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Read the Sign Post. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6614, 6 July 1905

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