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FOUND. — " Spring Blossom Ointment " Cures all ft touches, 6d. nnd 1/. "Bprlng Blossom Pills," 1/. "Bloomlne" Cures Corns, Warts, and Bunions 84 per packet. Chemists and Storekeepers.

. _ ■' . . Bf-EPICA-.. KThe Leader of Them AU! That is, Ayer's Sarsaparilla; not some other kind, but "Ayek's." This grand old family medicine has stood the test for over sixty years. That's the kind you should take. You cannot afford to experiment, your health is You may not now be really ill ac well-defined disease, and yet w you are all run down, your re unstrung, and you feel weak " R'S Sarsaparilla ingest and best medicine you can amove this tired and exhausted ■It brings, cheer, hope* courage. iade, Ayer's Sarsaparilla contains no alcohol. nany imitation Sarsaparillas that will disap- , ,„„ Eo __ro that you get "AVER'S." TT-m..---' s- -if. T. •** A--- •"- ('" . ros-»Tl. Mans.. TT.S.-U LO For Prevention OJi '. It Is an admitted fact that prevention lis better than care* and In no same Utt more\ ' troa than la retard to bodily health. What may at lint be but a' alight ailment nay, li t. _o unchecked, develop Into a real danrei—only to be removed at tbo expense ol much sacrifice and s_l'erln E . It Is well, therefore, to understand that, taken in time, , B-ECtIAAV- PILLS will quickly go to the root o! the trouble and prevent serious Illness. ' For Cure .five Immediate relief, hut to effect a permanent care. This medicine act* successfully In ' cases whore more pretentions moans often utterly tall. It strengthens all the vital or_ano, < particularly those ol nutrition, secretion, and excretion, and many even who regard themselves as confirmed invalids might regain all their health and happiness If they would only TAKE VJ »»»d e-ttywhete in how, price IQjd.(36 pills) til. (56 pUli) & 2/9 (168 plHs). f_f J Effective and Smart 1 ; at SMALL COST. | MwvsYar j These words describe onr new Blousings; B ■ ■ I tliej?,ye. Just been taken out ot the'cases, fl vtmit i«. rnsirrTi k. - nud when you see them, you'll -be just B x- •; }■ W T V. . . B as pleased as we are • B *> 01 onl y do """ e sllow the lat- M SMOOTH EACED - FLANNELETTES—AII fl * st ? 0V , o,t i es a3 tas l, ** tatro " £ shades, Ha. 70. 10_d yd. . B a " ce( *- b,lt , <_* combine every | FRENCH PRINTED BLOUSINGS.—Large M resource ° f t business to In- ■ variety In desigus and colourings, Od, I sure value and ■ Xj. yd ' ■ w ' • B reasonable prices; these state- ■ SATIN L.AINE.—A new material; gome- fl ™ cnts should appeal strongly to U thing between Flannel nud Delaine, 9 t ?, ose wlth n moder »te dress ■ 1/9 1/11 yd B allowance. ■ Then 'we have—ALL WOOL FLANNEL, 1 on . l ' ?° m , c „? u J!? r _ "I'Taya B BLOUSINGS PRTNTEh r'SH Bon tile Q" 1 vlT e, and amongst D Mff^ffA 1 0^ w ™ T » o r u "_o_3i_! e which we shall be pleased to show BE "- W . G 3 B *!? N COLLARS, you. even if you don't wish to buy. I r m Prises, V. 1/3, 1/6. and 1/11 yd. | r -}-^E T ,, H , U ,? hEI> COL " In the Costume. Department we are H "_ L *_?- "'• I - B '- showing some vei-y smart imported models fl : THE VOGCE OF THB VEIL STYLJ.SH COSTUME lv Green Veuel H —Protection for a fair com- ... -. tlan trimmed, black siflk braid, fl plexlon was its original 42 '<5. 3 mission, but to-day It is FANCY STRIPE TWEED COSTUME fl more than that—lt Is one .;9/B ' B of the important accessorNAVY AMAZON COSTUME — Well I ies to tbe SQCCess ot a cut, 32/_. fl ladies' costumes. BLACK COSTUME. - , Semi-fitting I "SEN-SEN" VEILINGS, 1/4, back; effectirely trimmed and M *-- /6 ? d _ ---,-• well made. 39/0. H COMPLEXION and GREY ' . B VEILS, 1/3, 1/6 yd. LARGE) WOVEN-DOT, H J fABriCR"| ■■•' colours, 1/-, 1/6 yd. " M ~ LAIDLAW BROS. lIIIMIIII'II'IIMI-i™ 0 "^ I ?'''- 139 ' 19t ' 193 S7mondiiSt - S

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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