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Lane's -Emulsion ilakss you sttrong. We will presume you are not well and strong. TJien you'd like to get your old health and vitality back, would you not? » Others wBo were sick, but to-day are well,•tried Lane's Emulsion, and kept right along with it for one, two, three, or more months, or just as long as it was needed to make them well. Different diseases and varying stages of diseases occupy varying times to be cured, you know. But let us see what some of these cured people say :— From TIMARU.—For a long time I suffered with broachial tronble and feared consumption. Doctor advised Lane's Emulsion. It healed the soreness, stopped the cough, and I am now quite well. From HASTINGS.—My baby suffered frightfully from whooping congh. I bought a bottle of pane's and before it was finished her cough was complete^ gone. From TAIHAPE—Lane's Emulsion soon cures any cough or cold that attacks me. It's a good medicine to keep in the house all the time. From WANGANUI.—Lane's Emu!T5 sion has done my chest more good than any medicine I have ever taken. * I heartily recommend Lane's. Frotn NAPIER.—For 5 years I suffered greatly from bronchitis. Lane's Emulsion built up my lungs and I am now quite cured. From WHANGAREI.—I noticed a marked improvement in my appetite after taking three bottles of Lane's Emulsion. My stomach trouble seems to be completely gone. I Btill take a bottle occasionally.. From STRATFORD.—I have kept Lane's Emulsion in the house dnring last three years. It cured my boy of a bad cough after measles, and is used by all members of tbe family whenever a congh or cold is nbout, ® . 9 We could continue multiplying praises, but need not. The fact that Lane's Emulsion has done much good is sufficient. Its excel-' lence as a lung healer, as a cure for chronic coughs, as a general tonic for nerve and stomach weaknesses, as a builder of health and strength in children, should weigh, with you. Whatever your ailment is we hope you will try Lane's Emulsion to-day, and urge you to be careful to take none, but Lane's, Sold in two sizes, 2/6 and 4/6 pec bottle. Chemists and stores.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6575, 20 May 1905

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6575, 20 May 1905

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