On .Sunday; (the^ Stratford "Tost " states) a local resident' who does not often go to church decided to do so. His friends chaffed him, saying that if he entered a church the roof 'would surely fall' in; and it is said that he thought this had veritably come to pass when the earthquake was felt during the service.
. There have been scores of alleged cough remedies offered to the public during the last fifty years. Nothing isheard of them now, but Baxter's Lung Preserver has been selling for half a century, and to-day is selling better than ever. This is proof that it is an effective remedy for coughs and colds. People write for it from all over New Zealand. It is unquestionably the quickfist cure for hacking coughs which have settled on the chest, as well as for stuffy, colds in the head. If your storekeeper or chemist cannot supply you send Is lOd to J. Baxter and Company, Chemists, Christchurch. 1 9
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914
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