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Mt Sarsaparilla Purifies and enriches the blood and builds up the whole system. It radically cures all blood diseases, from pimples to scrofula. It is the best remedy for catarrh, rheumatism and dyspepsia. At all times of the year it is the most widely useful medicine. These statements are confirmed daily by cured men and women. Over 40,000 testimonials received in two years — an unequaled record! Hood's Sarsaparilla Pi 110 Made by c - r - Hood Co - Lowell, and *"r 1119 Mass., v. s. A. Sold by chemists. WHAT ABOUT THAT COLD? TAKE LANE'S EMULSION NOW. It Is unnecessary to tell you where a neglected cold and cough ends. You know the inevitable result just as well as we do. You know perfectly well that human lungs and throat were not made to be hacked, wracked, torn, and lacerated by cough, cough, coughing. And you also know perfectly well that dropping water will wear away the hardest stone. Alright: why don't you quit your cough and get well? We are talking like this because we know what Lane's Emulsion is, what it has' done for people with aches, coughs, and weak throat and lungs, and what it will do for you. When we say that Lane's Emulsion is the King of lung-healers and body-builders, we know what we say, and of what we speak. Don't foolish and allow your prejudice or your scepticism to keep you from trying a remedy that is fully likely to give you immediate relief, and cure you permanently. It certainly is a miserable and painful road from a cold just coming to consumption's end, but it is seldom a long road. If you don't wish to travel it, take Lane's Emulsion now, and commence to get well. Lane's Emulsion will set the machinery of your body in proper action to cure your cough and give you the best of good health.' Sold everywhere in two slzeß, 4/6 and 2/6. Buy the large size. ,44

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 82, 6 April 1909

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