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How hard it often is to earn and maintain a good reputation, and how easy it is to lose one. As with a man’s reputation, so it is with other things in this life. Some tilings achieve a reputation which stays with them. They ere founded on intrinsic value. They face the public backed up by honesty, and work their way quietly and thoroughly. People want no bettor proof of merit than is contained in the following experience ; Mrs J. Maguire, 5 Duke street, Dunedin, says: —“Since my husband used Doan’s Backache Kidney Pills ha is greatly in favor of this remedy. Ho is a quarryman, and his work is very hard on the bade, and before he took these Pills he nluays had a weakness just across the loins" through it. Besides this, ho used to feel drowsy, and had a dull, tired feeling, and was puffy under the eyes. He also had a poor appetite, and never seemed to enjoy his food. Ho used several largely-advertised remedies, but they did bim no good. When he saw Doan’s Backache Kidney Fills advertised, he decided to try them, and got a bottle at Marshall’s Pharmacy, in Princes street. They cured him very quickly, removing every distressing symptom. My father also used them, and they did him as much good as they did my husband.” Twelve years later, Mrs Maguire says:— “ Doan’s Backache Kidney Pills cured my husband of backache and weak back 12 years ago, and he has been free of the ailment ever since.”

The kidneys are the most important organs of the body; they filter the blood; than when you don’t feel as well as you ought give your kidneys help by taking the great kidney and bladder remedy— Doams Backache Kidney Pills. For sale by all chemists and storekeepers at 3/ par bottle (six bottles 16/6) or will be posted on receipt of price by FosterMcClellan Co., 75 Pitt street, Sydney. But, be guro you get DOAN’S. —[AdvKJ

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EARNED, NOT BOUGHT., Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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EARNED, NOT BOUGHT. Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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