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The -Pensions1 Act. 1

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Brecon Readers MAKE A NOTE. It is a good plan to make a note of anything worth remembering. A message a week has ap- peared in Brecon papers for matny years past. You have probably read hundreds. If you have not yet profited by them, make a careful note of the following. Its very earnest- ness must appeal to you. On April 28th, 1914, Mrs E. Powles, of 55, Newmarch Street, near the Schools, Llanfaes, Brecon, said :—"I hardly kenw what to do some- times when my back was so painful. There has been a weakness there for a long time. and every cold I had made it worse. I was subject to head- aches and dizzy sensations, too, and the water was not right, either. It was scalding at times and painfull. "But la.fter taking Doan's backache kidney pills my 'back grew very much .better, and the urinary system was cleansed and strengthened. I shall always speak well of Doan's pills, for they did me so much good, and I shall certainly recommend Doan's pills to my friends. (Signed) E. Powles." On April 10th, 1916—two years later-Mrs Powles said :—"Doan's pills have always given me great relief when I have been troubled with my back." Often those in the greatest danger from kidney complaint do not know their kidneys are diseased, and so the trouWe is neglected until it reaches a serious stage. Cure your kidneys while you can, by commencing with Doan's backache kidney pills as soon as there are any such clear signs of kidney disorder as urinary sediment, gravel, pains in the loins and back, rheumatism, and dizziness. Of a] dealers, or 2/9 a box, from Foster-Mc- Glellan Co.. 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, Lon- don, W. Don't ask for backache or kidney pills- ask distinctly for Doan's backache kidney pills, the same as Mrs Powles had.

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