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MEDICAL. KEEP STRONGI Lane's Eratlsion IS A WONBERFUL TONIC AND STRENGTHENER. " I take pleasure In recommending such a fine toning and strengthening medicine as Lane's Emulsion. For a long time I felt run-down, and was often easily tired. I bad scarcely 4ny appetite, and what I did eat' I could hardly digest. A month ago my doctor advised Lane's Emulsion, and even he can now hardly realize that I am the same woman. To put It as short as possible, ' I am well all over.' Many thanks to Lane's Emulsion." Lane's Emulsion makes healthy Mood and flesh. It is of special value to women, building up the entire system, searching out the weak parts, and strengthening them. It helps In the digesting of good foods; it makes the nerves strong and induces refreshing sleep. If you will read the remarkable letters we are publishing from day to day, any doubts you may have had regarding the value of this famous bodybuilder and power-maker, will entirely vanish. A course of Lane's Emulsion will do you good no matter what your state of health. Sold everywhere in two Sizes, 4/6 and 2/6. The large ■lze la the economical size. A 1 ITCH I NQ V ~ chaflny.l face _ blotches, Itcat rash, pimples Osunbufrh, crack's, Cfyapg; or any- &ln.irritation quickly fcjif cd by L A Nte'S M EDO Lift E— Queen of Skin Tonics. _ i/- at Chemists. ' .> n. Appointment ____s^fisi? l ji th* ILinfi. BOVRIL is ALL beef—prime beef in a readily digestible form. Do You Know PROGANDRA IS A CERTAIN CURE FOR CORNS?

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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