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-—For TOOTHACHE Insert— one or two drops of full-strength "*P'7rS lP :3rVr c77rn i!* Begiit«red Name* |^JLbl^lKl^(Uj MEAN'S t tSSEMCE For Cocffhc, Colds, Catarrh and Sore Throat* dilate to a pint by adding water *nd tix-eeMntnit.' ■ » j SOOTHING I i RfORCHSIDREN % tt ■ f ** mk feverssh^ \ml HEAT,. I |#^\\ PREVENT \ ' possP FITS, etc. J t and preserve a i Healthy state of the i % Constitution. \ $ These Powders contain cj 5 'no .poison, t KF-MPTHORNE PROSSER 4 CD. AGENTS. '■>■'■' DID YOU FJEEL THE . / PAIN TO-DAY? How has the back been to-day.P N Maybe it causwl you to groan often. But surely you -haven't given up hope of ever effecting a remedy—just because many so-called remedies liave failed you". / Get a twttle of the pure, su?e and. prompt. DR. PATCH'S (ACHE-GO) "MADE FROM HEALING HERBS." It has brought welcome relief, health and happiness to hundreds who had considered their cases hopeless. Real martyrs they were, til! Akego (Achego), got on the job. It eliminates all Uric Acid—the cause of Backache— from the system. AN EX-MARTYR'S TESTIMONIAL. "I have much pleasure in recom : mending your "Akego" to anyone suffering with backache arising from Kidney trouble, of which I have been a great sufferer for some time. A friend of mine told me of "Akego," which I purchased from Scofield's Dispensary, Dunedin. I have taken two bottles, and since then I had no return of the pain. I feel that the remedy is going to be permanent, .as it is six weeks since I had the last dose. I now feel better than I have foj years. I have recommended to several lady friends who are getting beneficial results. There are dozens more, like this one. Get your bottle to-day. 2s 6d, ss, 10s, all Chemists and Stores.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9601, 5 May 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9601, 5 May 1919

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