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Nobby neglige shirts. We have three special lines of shirts going at 3/11 ■while they last. Don't miss them. Geo. Fowlds.—(Ad.)

CURE BY CUTECURA AT CITYKI Young Woman Found in Awful Condition with Scabies—Body a Mass of Sores from Scratching—Tried Many Remedies for Seven Weeks —•Result Was Discouraging, But ITCHING TORTURES YIELDED TO CUTICURA "While I was doing mi eionary work In the lower portion of several cities I I found it necessary to know a little of the efficacy of a few medicines and after a while I found that a little knowledge of Cutioure, was about all I needed. One of the very bad cases I had to deal with was that of a young woman who had come to us not only broken hi epirit but in a most awful condition physically. Our doctor examined her and told ue that she had scabies (the itch), incipient paresis, rheumatism, etc., brought on from exposure and the effects of her ragged-edged life. Her poor body was a mags of Bores from scratching and she was not able to retain solid food. We tried many things, a good tonic waa prescribed and baths •with a rubbing of lard and sulphur. Wβ worked hard for seven weske and you can imagine how discouraged we were when, after all that time, we could see ■o little improvement. One day I happened to see a Cuticura advertisement telling how a little baby had been curedof a bad case of skin eruption, and although I had but 97 cents (four shillings) with mc, I bought a cake of Cuticura Soap and a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent. When I reached home I was like a child with a new toy, and we bathed our patient well and gave her a full dose of the Resolvent. She slept ! that night better than she had since J she had been with us and the next day ' I located the price of a box of Cuticura Ointment. I am not exaggerating when I say that; in exactly five weeks this y_oung woman was able to look for a position, being strong enough to work and full of ambition. In another month she left the home, strong and -well. Laura Jane Bates, 85 Fifth Aye., New York, N. V., U. S. A.. Mar. 11, '07." Send to nearest depot for free Cuticura Book on Treatment of Skin Diseases. Complete External and Internal Treatment lor Every Humour ol Infante, Children, and Adult* consists of Cuticura Soap to Cleanse the SWn. Cuticura Ointment to Heal the Skin, and Cuticura Rβeolvent or Cuticura Resolvent Pills (Chocolato Coated) to Purity the Blood. A Single Set ottea Curza. Sold throughout the world. Depots: London, 27, CharterhouGe 6q.: Parla, 5. Rue de la Palxj Australia. R. Towns A Co.. Sydney: Potter Drue A Chem. Corp.. Sole Props. TAILORING. A REALLY SMART SUIT. £2 3/, £2 10/, £2 ID/, and £3 Z/. MADE TO MEASURE. The Suits now procurnble from GEORGE DAVIES, 46. Queeu-st., opposite Smeeton's, nt the above prices, are really superb In style, fit, and finish. They equal in appearance the suits Auckland men nave been In tue habit of paying the tailors who give credit five or six guineas for, and they possess one point which no other firm can supply -- the famous Keep-Shape Front. The "Keep-Shape" Front is a registered front fhnt ensures the coat from turning back and getting out of shape. It is the latest Idea from tbe best London and New York tailoring establishments, ' and Mr Davles Is very fortunate indeed in possessing the exclusive right to use this front in coats made In New Zealand. Gentlemen who have already had suits made nt the Chrietenurch establishment since the "Keep-Shape" front wag introduced hnve been highly pleased with the splendid coats produced. Then; special care is given to every detail In the making of every garment, and Mr Davies Is so satisfied that your suit will give complete satisfaction when you order it from him that he has authorised us to stat# that no will give a written guarantee to refund your money should you not be entirely satisfied with the garments when you receive them. We attribute the difference of £2 In the price of Mr Davles' suits as. compared with the ordinary made-to-measnre snlt largely to the modern methods adopted in the making of the garments, and, of course, also to the fact that he sells entirely for cash, giving no credit whatever, thus making no bad debts; and, after all, It does seem absurd that one man should have to pay a higher price for his suit just because some other fellow fails to pay for his: but that is just what happens, for somebody has to pay for those who do not pay, and it Is naturally not the tailor who gives credit; it is the man who does pay — you. Mr Davies has Jnst opened In tbe Auckland branch a very large shipment of the' newest autumn and winter suitings, direct from tbe manufacturers. They Include all the latest shades and colourings in the fashionable brown and green worsteds so much morn now, and many beautiful light materials, and the standard qualities In bines and blacks, which are guaranteed to retain their colour, being of the best possible dye. Your early inspection of these splendid suitings is invited anrl advised. The address Is: GEORGE DAVIEP, 46, Auck land, and at Chrlstcburch, Wellington, and Dunedin. M 135

DRAPERY, CZ.OTHI3TG, Etc. SALE AT PONSOISFBY BALANCE OF A ULSEBHOOK'S jgTOCK (REMOVED FROM NEWTON), WILL BE SOLD AT RIDICULOUS PRICBS TO EFFECT A SPEEDY CDBAKANCE. AND MUST BE SOLD TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS. PRICE NO OBJECT. THE ABOVE. WITH HISTED'S £3000 STOCK WILL. BE OFFERED AT A GREAT SALE. BEGINNING mo-morrow -jyr on»iso, AND CONTINtraD DAILT TJSTIL FURTHER NOTICE. SEg . WIN l> OW S. HISTED'S, poworarz B », . NEAR TSBPB I/AMPS. MUSB

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 92, 19 April 1909

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