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ill v WHO ffAi^FF!- v^^w^^lv^Hjl 11 ill I^l^OF^^^i ' \ I! 511 . . . fi I || Women by tens of thousands in all parts of the world I:. • | have voluntarily testified that Mother Seigel's Syrup II | has relieved arid banished their digestive trovibles |! even when they have been of- long standing, and II other remedies have miserably failed, jl It is because Mother Seigel's Syrup possesses in a || ||| remarkable degree the power to tone, strengthen jl I!| and 'regulate the action of the digestive organs—the jl I|| stomach, liver, and bowels—-that it is still, after fifty II .RECOMMEND 1] years' testing, the best known and most successful l! remedy for the many distressing ailments which are i|| traceable to a weak and disordered condition of these si important organs. jl If you suffer from digestive troubles, why not give II Mother Seigel's Syrup a trial ? It is a simple matter | to take 15 to 30 drops in a wineglassf ul of water after ■ eating, but in just this simple way thousands have put a behind them all the miseries which indigestion causes. I MOTHER | Full Measure Guaranteed. And that guarantee operates two ways. First—a guarantee o,f a full measure of satisfaction with every job we undertake for you. Whether small or large—it matters not. It will be done so well that improvement will not be possible. That's the kind of service we guarantee Motor Owners every day. Then by installing the Bowser Petrol system we guarantee that every gallon of petrol sold is honest full measure to the last drop. The only mechanical system that is absolutely and unalterably accurate; Get both these full measure ' services—they're yours. HUPP, GARAGE WLS AIW mmmmmmmmma^mm^ ■ - 'Phone 22&.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9578, 4 April 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9578, 4 April 1919

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