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medical : ::: oourse saio, and BUTO DOaOOQ* -^ or over sixty *• and sufEering bor of health, and strength. Isn't that a record to be proud of? For more than sixty yeais AVER'S Sarsaparilla has been the source of good health to many- thousands of people in all parts of the world. Their testimonials come in by every post. They all assert the great fact — " Ayer's Sarsaparilla cured mc." Weak, -weary women, men who had been tired out and discouraged,—all write gratefully of the good it has done them. There is a lesson for you in this. Why not heed it ? Begin at once to talce Ayer's Sarsaparilla. As now made, it contains no alcohol. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get "Ayer's." Prepared by Dr, J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man,, U.S.A. ATEB/8 PILLS, too belt finally lazatlva. , MOTHERS TRY ■FENTON'S NtTRS-ERY. |HAIIR LOTION AND HEAD SOAP. KILLS ALL KITS'AND PARASITES. FENTON, CHEMIST. KAKAiNGAHAPE-RD. I WANT every woman to try , niy 'LANE'S MEDOLINE.' It" will give you a skin and complexion to be proud of. No skin too bad to be cleared by it. i/- at Chemists. V 3. PROGANPRA f '■ I 'Is a certain cure for Corns. CORNS „To prove this statement a _-.___ " Sample Box will be Posted CUKC.U F ree to any address in the ' PfIPF I Dominion. Address : — I" HJ.Barraclough, Wellington. Vγ H X DOBS EVERYBODY TAKE iBF[J>I jQS TOKALINE s<^^^P FOR A COLD? W-^C'/^^^l Free to the Ruptured Simple Home Method that Cures Without Pain, Danger or Loss of Time from Work. A Test Free to All! Kuptnre can be cured without operation, pnin, .langer or loss of time. When we say cured, we do not mean to s'mply retain th"c rapture, but a cure that allows you to completely discard your truss. The Rice Method is the most effective cure ever offered to ruptured people. It has cured thousands of people in their own homes in all parts of the ■vroiid. It is the only * treatment knowu <giE**St9 tnat will cure after W5 \ an operation has » failed—it is the only W' \ I one - which effects Tw—if'BT permanent cures, so that it becomes un%ztA. necessary to wear a reliable "treatment (tSSSrawV ims<i& tnat does not reqhire tbe actual attendHyrai**"" l ance of the sufferer J. E. LLOYD. at tlie office in purchasing — the only one wherein distance is no bar to a cure. Among the thousands it has cured are Mr J. E. Lloyd, Candletown, Milton. Diinedin (ruptured 20 years); Mr J. Moncrleff, Gibbston, Otago (age 60 years): Mr W. Dickinson. Main-road, Caversham, Dunedin (ruptured 10 years); and Mr J. Lilly, Coopers CreeU, West Oxford. Canterbury (..ige 68 years). For the IMMEDIATE UELIEF of all ruptured people, a sample treatment and complete detail will be sent free (sealed and post paid) to all who forward this Coupon at ouce. A cure means freedom from pain and suffering, a largely Increased physical and mental vigour, a fuller enjoyment of life's blessings, and years of comfort and satisfaction added to the length of your life. Do not send any money, simply fill out the coupon below, indicate'on the diagram tbe location of the rupture, and post it to us. Do not neglect this Important matter a single day or continue to be tortured any longer by cheap, ready-made trusses. "—I FREE TEST (Coupon K4l) post to WM.S. RICE. R.S., Ltd.. 8-9 Stonecutter Strait, London, Time Ruptured 1 Age ? : Single,Double,Naval or Femoral Rupture? Name ,Z'.'.'.'..,'..', Address Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are not a Cathartic but a Digestive, and no pill habit can ever follow their use; The habit they induce is the habit of good digestion and consequently good health. YACHT BtrXLDERS. CHAS. BAILEY, JUN., AUCKLAND. DESIGNER AXD BUILDER OF OIL LAUNCHES, STEAM LAUNCHES, AND ANY TYPE OF MERCANTILE AND PLEASURE CRAFT. DESIGNS AND PRICES ON APELICATIOX Telephone 1744; ....

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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