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MEDICAI.. * EYESTREATEOAT TWOHDSPITALS ■ —— For Over a Year, but Baby Girl Grew Worse—Mother Followed Friendly Advice and There Has Been No Return of Disease for Three Years. ONE BOXoTcutiCURA MADE PERMANENT CURE " "T5? ien i J in3r Ktfcle ek l "was a few months oldi her eyes began to get sore. ■ Tfainkiiijt It jim.'i^r^ tm , s fro in /ws V\ tos in hope VfL 3* Ml L>\ of their «etV tln X better, <°vc^ r ~W®w£A '■ \ but as the^ 3j__V~— \ i*K -iNjii A i™" prove, i deI 1 cided to get I XTr rFTvI I medical adK\ M-il\> V)J- rH ? ice - 1 1 00, * to th - e rffj f- f°r about months. The doctors there were most land and attentive and did all they could for her, but her eyes seemed to get worse. The doctor then sent mc in to the . Hospital. I had only attended that institution a short time •when a Mrs. Todd stopped mc on the street and told mc that Cuticura Ointment had cured her boy and advised mc to try it. I commenced using it that very night. The cure was marvelous. Her eyes soon began to get strone and they are now as healthy as if there had never been anything the matter ■with them. The cure was completed with loss than one box of Cuticura Ointment. My little girl was then not three years old. She is now six and we have never had the least trouble with her eyes since. I trust thie letter may be the means of others "being cured as my little girl has been. Mrs. F. Phil- - I 'l7 ' Syda6y ' Complete external and internal treatment for every humour of infants children, and adults consists of Cuticura boap to cleanse the skin, Cuticura Ointmfpt to heal he skin, and Cuticura Puls (chocolate coated) to purify the blood. A single set often cures. Send to nearest depot for free Cuticura Book on Treatment of Skin Diseases is?* &$£ Australia. R. Towns & Co.. Sydney: So. Atrtca tegg-a£grcvS£ißgfaja* «■■* *sa j If asked to name the f commonest ailment we f * ' would say—a cold. Wβ / < >' would give that answer i > < > because a cold is the j > < ► starting point of many i, > 4 , > fatal illnesses. ( ► ■ i ' A cold is the first chapter ( \ in the history of every case of consumption. A 1 cold is the first stage of | * ' chronic catarrh. A cold * * ' is the parent of bronchitis, ' < • pleurisy, pneumonia, <i ( quinsy, asthma, croup, (, > < * whooping cough, sore \ > 4. ► throats. C ► <9 ■ i% . I You can't be too careful , i about this common ail- | ment—a cold. You can't i ' §be too careful because | you never know how or [ * ' ' where a neglected cold 'i ' • will end. The best thing € > 4 > to do is to take % ► I LANES I I EMULSION § ,at the first signs of a cold, , < , and keep taking Lane's > , , t Emulsion until the cold . t has completely gone, . i > That is the best and < > i * wisest method, and is the < > i ► means to keep your lungs < > < ► and throat strong and (', > i ) healthy. < > * ' Lane's Emulsion, ( I' . , At Chemists and Stores , I i I 2/e and */c. ; i! [ a i Take none but Lane's. . '■ . X 89 i 9THE GREATEST 1 |BloodPur9fierl I KNOWN. I §1 This Great German Medicine Is the E JH CHEAPEST and best. 123 doses E Bj of Sulphur Bitters for 51.00, less E m than one cent a dose, m It will cure the worst #t»«~i* X m kind of Bldn disease, §££?£&£ B d from acommonpirn- S U HS B S pie on the faee^to/.^L , "*'^ 0 ! B S that awful disease, #«&erenry,they R SS SCROFULA. In #55* «ST£S f I all casei of eucl /JSEJgS I 3 stubborn, deep MJ 11 s ™P hur Bl *r E 1 Sulphur Bitters X*™ ™ E ■ iolne to nse. /JfeKSffSSJ'" C M Don't wait un- M COATED witha H S til tomorrow / r *£***>• I 2B trY a bottw E Btance ? ls y° ur c B TO-DAY le # Breath foul and of- ■ gLj""* l ' if f ensive? Tour Stom- P achis out or order. E •H Vee Sulphur Bitten immediately. E 1 If you are sick, no matter what E 9 ails you, use Sulphur Bitten. ■ S Don't wait until you are unable E a to walk, or are flat on your back, H a but get some AT ONCE, it will ■ H cure you. Sulphur Bitters is ■ fg THE INVALID'S FRIEND." g Prepared by A. P. Ordway 4 Co. Manulacturina «3heiiii3ta. New York. U. S. A. ___/■ FODXD. — •' Spring Blossom Ointment" Cures all it touches, Cd. nud V . '■Spring Blossom Pills," 1/. "Bloominc ,, CureH Cor.— nud Ttnnlor.- 6d per

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 62, 13 March 1909

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