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MEDICAL. Liver and Kidneys : When they are out of order the wbole system suffers. -± Don't neglect them, But heed the warning of the aching back, the-bloated face, the sallow complesion, the constipation, the urinary disorder. Begin treatment at once with Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills, which contain the best and safest medicinal substances. These great medicines give the liver 'and kidneys vigor and tone for the proper performance of their functions. " I had been suffering for years from kidney and liver complaint when I decided t( take Hood's Sarsaparilla and realized splendid results." Kingstou F. Hasteai Mangaonobo Rangitlkei, N. Z. Hood's Sarsaparilla P! 11*» Made by 0.1. Hood Lowell EIIS Mass..' v. B. A. Sold hr ohemistl LANE'S *tE DO LIN £ is specially prepared for the hands. Use it after washing :lothes, dishes, floors, etc. It makes rough hands soft, supple and smooth, i/- everywhere, 2. Summer Colds need looking after. If neglected they may lead to bronchitis, pneumonia, or even something more serious. You need something to soothe the irritation, break up the cold, and set matters right. The remedy that will cure most quickly is the-one that has been tried and tested and proved for over 40 years. BONNIN6MS IRISH MOSS Tell your chemist you want Bohninqtoh's. ■,'•" " ■ * YOU ARE RECOMMENDED TO TAXI LAME'S EMULSION " I am a large consumer, and 1 great believer ln Lane's Emu] aton."—W. C. Lavell, Stratford. " I tender this testimonial t show you how I value your famou Lane's Emulsion. I have sufferc much' from colds " on" * the 'lungt Lane's Emulsion cured mc. always advise my friends to tak it.' ,j Knaggs,"- Auckland. " I have been using your Emu' sion for some time now, and flu. It is all that you claim it to be.' W. Hall, Rlversdale. " I ;have tried your famou Lafie.'S* fact, "2hav used it if or yearsr It quickly cure any colds in our home, and build up the system.".—A. M. Falls Grey town. " I certainly value Lane's Emu' sion. It quickly cures mc c colds."—M. Cooper, Wellington. " I have much pleasure-in prals ing Lane's Emulsion. J travel a. parts of the Dominion, but. neve without Lane's Emulsion. TVI wife gives it equal praise."—H; M. Coheni- In.vereargfll.We could:-go--ori- - multiplyln evidence of the,,value of Lane Emulsion • aim.osf-; Indefinitely -Recovery from any kind of cougl cold, or o*-her illness is complel —when- ■Lane"B"Emurslo'tt "has"TJSe used, and the users testify a< .. cordingly. ' Sold . everywhere 5 ; two sizes, 4/6 and 2/6. Buy tl laree size. S

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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