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'_ MEDICAL. ..',.. : ..-^ Should know that the purest, sweetest and most economical method of preserving, purifying md beautifying baby's tender skin lies in warm baths with CUtIOMSOAf And gentle applications of Cuticura Ointment. vFor eczemas, rashes, itchings and chafings of childhood and for the prevention of the same, as well as for the sanative, antiseptic cleansing of ulcerated, inflamed mucous surfaces and other uses which suggest themselves to women, these gentle emollients are indispensable. Sold throughout the world. Depots: I/radon. 2T, Charterhouse Bq.: Paris, 5, Hue de la Pali: Australia. R. Towns 4 Co.. Sydney: India, B. K. Paul. Calcutta: Cbina. Hone Kong DniK Cn.: Jaoaa. Maruya, Ltd.. Toklo; So. Africa, tennon. Ltd.. Cape Town, etc.; T7.5.A., Potter Drus & Coem. Corp.. Sola Prone.. 135 Columbu/i Aye., Boston, Jfase. a>Fcsttiree. Cutlcun Book oa Cars el the Skia. Many Hew Zealand People Strongly Recommend Lane's Emulsion. Lane's Emulsion Is universally known and used throughout New • •Zealand;--'-Not a city, town, or townehip can "be found in this country but where this valuable healer and body-build sr can be readily obtained. It is used by all conditions of men, women, and, children at all times of the year, and does good whenever and wherever used. " Stanley C. Schmidt, Marton, had really weak lungs—his doctor said he had consumption. His ■letter relates that ' Lane's Emulsion ' gave him complete relief, and built him up to health and strength." " Nuree Maude, the Christchurch lady who has probably done more in the crusade against consumption than any other N. Z. lady, says ' Lane's Emulsion has been much.- appreciated, and is preferred by my patients to any other.' " ' ' s • ••• ••' - " W. W. Gibson, Leeston, after suffering constantly from colds for four years, was entirely cured by Larie'3; Emulsion." "W. Coleridge Hyde, chemist, ■Wellington, was completely cured of a long-standing cough with spitting of blood, by Lane's Emuleion." These few instances can he multiplied, not merely by hundreds, but by thousands right here in New Zealand. Just remember that a cold is always the starting point of consumption, asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy, i etc. If there ts a history of weak lungs In your family, take Lane's Emulsion,, and keep on taking it until you are thoroughly restored to health. Lane's Emulsion nourishes and invigorates—it enables you to. resist living disease. It always succeeds where ordinary cough mixtures entirely fail. In bottles, 4/6 and 2/6 everywhere." Buy the large size. 48 J THE BEST AND I Purest Medicine j EVER MADE. • pon?t be without a bottle. Tojx ( Wiil not regret it. Try it to-day. i What makeg you tremble co? ' 4 Totjb Nebves are all nnstrung, and ■ NEED a gentle, soothing TONIC i to assist nature to repair the damage I which your excesses have caused. t Sulphur Bitters ■j»- s lie not a I "z $ 1 CHEAP i ;| i I RUM ORI I I WHSSKY I 'B I DRINK I ' J to be taken by the glass like other ■ preparations! which stimulate only to \ DESTROY. Jtt you have FAILED i to •'receive any benefit from other s medicines or doctors, do not despair. J tJse Sulphur ; Bitter3 immediately. .Iα all cases of stubborn, deep seated jj diseases, Snlphur Bitters is the best ■ medicine to use. Don't wait until 1 '1 to-morrow, try a bottle to-*iy. Prepared by A. P. Ordway A Co- *tanaf»ctori : Chend«t«. Hair York. U. B. A. - ' , TTOLIbAY SEASON — Ate Your TrunUa 1 -I- , - and Bags In good order tor the season? If not, send them for repair to J. jyieemen . ana fion*. Lta., Qucen-st. ■■>

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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