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THEKIDNEYSI WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO. C have more work to . tWsßiitiik v do than any organ of ■ • ' "■ C ■ what they are, and 2 kidneys are—in the 3 small of the back, mmt |ft\i' there is kidney rffftr \\|! J are two bean- WON^S \|ffi / shaped organs, \\!AvliV V When the kidneys \'M :& are weak, the least Mil \l\lV $ What the kidneys do.—They filter the blood — £ every drop of our blood goes to the kidneys to be J filtered and purified. When they are well the kid- % neys take out nearly five hundred grains of impure % matter every twenty-four ut-' - C When the kidneys are sick every organ goes J wrong, because sick kidneys cannot filter the blood \ properly Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are the g great kidney and bladder cure. They go to the 1 root of the whole trouble, and greatly relieve, heal, and regulate the kidneys. They cure r you because > they rid the body of its .accumulated impurities through the kidneys. . '..;.. .. \' ', \g Doan'a Backache Kidney Fills are for weak:, ■worn out, f tired, languid, restless, nervous, irritable people; people « easily -worried over trifles, peevish, chilly, short of breath, <L dizzy, irregular heart, rheumatic, with pains in the back, P neural jric, sleepless, debilitated, and used up.- Such people > have kidney disease, and they may be.cured by healing the § kidneys which cause those symptoms. Dean's Backache Kidney Pills do this.' Have you any of the symptoms ? "." §

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909

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