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MEDICAL. unrams IMJCPLE Whole Body Raw with EczemaLife was Intolerable—Was Even Incased in Plaster—Discharged from Hospitals as Hopeless. y SUFFERED 14YEARS CUBED BY CUTICUBA "From the ace of three months until if teen years old, my son Owen's life f v was made intoler- • able by eczema in its worst form. Hβ iras all right until a red rash broke out on his forehead, but we were not alarmed at first. Very soon, however, „' the rash began to - spread over his head and shoulders, and :it caused him great -- f .*» ' discomfort. I took Urn to a doctor and tried half a dozen othjsr treatments, all with the same result: no improvement at all. The disease gradually spread until nearly: every part of his body was quite raw. We had to strap him down in bed, for he used to tear himself dreadfully in bis sleep. The agony he went through is quite beyond words. No one thought ye would' rear him. The regimental doctor, a very clever man, pronounced the case hopeless; at least, he said the only hope was that he might, if he lived long enough, outgrow it to some extent. We had him in hospitals four times and he was pronounced one of the worst cases, if not the worst, ever admitted.. From each he was discharged as incurable; in fact he got worse under the successive treatments. At one hospital they incased him in plaster, and this seemed to aggravate the soreness terribly. He looked so badly that no one liked to go near him and his life was a burden to him. Wβ kept trying remedy after remedy, but we had got almost past hoping for a cure. Six months ago we purchased a set of Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Resolvent Pills and persevered with them. The result was truly marvelous and to-day he is perfectly cured, his skin not having a blemish on it anywhere. Mrs. Lily Hedge, 51, Vaughan Road, Coldharbour Lane, Camblewell Green, Eng., Jan. 12, 1907." Send to nearest depot for free Cuticura Book on Treatment of Skin Diseases. Catlcnn Remedies in sold tsroujhout the world. Depots: London, 27. Charterhouse So.: Parts. 6, Ru» de la Pali; Australia, R. Towna A Oα. Sydney: Ho. Africa, Lennon, Ltd.. Capetown, etc.: U.S.A. Fotur firuf & Cbem. Corp, Sole Props.. Boaioa, YOU ARE RECOMMENDED TO TAKE LANE'S EMULSION "lama large consumer, and a great believer in Lane's Emulsion."—W. C. Lavell, Stratford. " I tender this testimonial to etaow you how Il"*alue1 l "*alue your famous Lane's Emulsion. I have suffered much from colds on the lunge. Lane's Emulsion cured mc. I always advise my friends to take It."—Ellen Knagge, Auckland. " I have been using your Emulsion for some time now, and find it is all that you claim it to be." W. Hall, Rlversdale. " I (have tried your famous Lane's Emulsion—in fact, have used it for years. It quickly cures any colds In our home, and builds up the system."—A. M. Falls, Grey town. " I certainly value Lane's Emulsion. It quickly cures mc of colds."—M. Cooper, Wellington. " I have much pleasure in praising Lane's Emulsion. I travel all parts of the Dominion, but never without Lane's Emulsion. My wife gives it equal praise."—Hy. M. Cohen, Invercargill. We could go on multiplying evidence of the value of Lane's Emureton almost indefinitely. Recovery from any kind of cough, cold, or other illness Is complete when Lane's Emulsion has been used, and the users testify accordingly. ' Sold everywhere in two sizes, 4/6 and 2/6. Buy the large size. 88 Always have it on Hand. Wise parents always keep a bottle of Bonnington's Irish Moss in the house. There is no remedy so safe, so sure, so effective. That's the reason that for over forty years it has been the standard family remedy. But remember it must be Bonnington's. Refuse to accept a substitute. I nsist on BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS Will cure \ The worst cases ; Of Skin i Disease I From a , ! Common Pimple ; On the Face ; To that awful j Disease \ Scrofula. Try a bottle To-day- ; Prepared by A. P. Orchray A Co. MannfarturinrGhcinlsu, New York, U. S. A. fjTOOND — "Spring Blossom Ointment" •*! Cures all it touches, e<l and 1/; "Pyrine Blossom Pllle," V\ "Bloomine" I Caret Corns, Warts, and Bunions, 64 per jacket, ciumiiu and Btorekeepen.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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