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Emulsion

Is not a patent medicine. Its ingredients are known to all—physicians and the public alike. Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, Beechwood Creasote, Fresh Eggs, and Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda. Possfely the finest healing and strengthening medicinefood that has ever been brought together ' in • one bottle. ' The method of combining these ingredients— the way they are emulsified —is the one secret retained by the originator and manufacturer. The facts that it can be taken by grand-parent, parent, youth or child j that it is of unvarying quality— always the best emulsion possible—and that it can be taken for any length of time without acquiring any drug habit stand markedly in its favour. - Lane's Emulsion strengthens the blood. « It makes appetite, and builds up the constitution. To^ gether with fresh air it is, possibly, the greatest and grandest lung-healer known to medical science. Keep Lank'S in the home, and at the first sign of a cough or cold take it until all symptoms have completely gone. Lane's Emulsion at chemists and stores, 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle. * ff' 143

We are still selling far below any firm in Ashburton. Sugar, 561b bag. Us 8d; Currants, 3*d lb ; Sultanas, 4d lb; Electno dandles, 5d lb; Colonial Wax Cand ea 6d lb; Flour, 2001b IBs 6d, 1001b 8s 9d, 501b 4s 6d, B6lb 2s 3d ; Sand Soap, 4 cakes for la; Sago Hdlb, 121b for la 4d; Rice, 1-Jd lb, 561'b bag 7s lOd ; Corn Flour, 4pkts for Is j Kerosene, 7a 6d per case, 3a 9d per tm. Discount tickets given with all cash purchases.—'John Okb & Co. 6 0

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6607, 28 June 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6607, 28 June 1905

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