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' MEDICAL. MANY WEEKS OF PERFECT MI With Eczema on Arm and Legs — Could Scarcely Sleep tor Months I —Tried Many Treatments Without Result—Did Not Work for 11 Weeks —Relieved in Ten Days and COMPLETELY CURED BY TWO SETS OF CUTICURA i » - "My trouble began with irritation on the legs and right arm which developed into eczema. It oeTv came so bad in a ' ]s few weeks' time that S»<_£; gL I -was in perfect A,,. .y agony. I was prefrttfii jf* -vented from atten d2. i n £ and, although I -was only / V. A _✓/ A**" i°° pleased to try \/ \t\i £"-_ remedies suggested \. \n \ n ky lav fiends, they \/l s -were all used with\\/\f out any effect. I became pessimistic, especially so considering that I had been through the hands of two doctors, who failea to do any good. One day I decided to make another attempt to get rid of my complaint and purchased a full Bet of Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment, and Cuticura Pills, and in ten days I found the irritation disappearing. I would not have believed it possible for any remedy to afford such comfort in so short a time. I was able to sleep at night — a thing which.l had not been able to do for months — and in the [ course of anotner week there were unmistakable signs of the eczema being mastered. I persevered with Cuticura, and in six weeks, using two supplies, I was cured. I have every reason to bo grateful to Cuticura, for I was able to return to work after oleven weeks' idleness. George Harrison, _?oole Terrace, nr. SouthMilford.Yorkshire, June 11,1907." Send to nearest depot for free Cuticura Book on Treatment of Skin Diseases. » For pimples, blackheads, red, rough, and oily skins, dandruff, dry, thin, falling hair, shaving, shampooing, sanative, antiseptic cleansing and for the toilet, bath, and nursery Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are unequalled. Complete External and Internal Treatment lor Every Humour of Inlants. Children, and Adults consists of Cuticura Soap to Cleanse the Skin. Cuticura Ointment to Heal the Skin, and Cuticura Resolvent or Cuticura Resolvent Pills (Chocolate Coated) to Purity the Blood. A Steele Sot often Cures. Sold throughout the world. Depots: London. 27. Charterhouse Sq.: Paris. 5. Rue de la Palx; Australia. R. Towns & Co.. Sydney: South Africa. Lennon. Ltd.. Cape Town, etc.: U. S. A.. Potter I.rug ft Chem. Corp.. Sole Props., Boston. ALL THROUGH W.NTER, KEEfLANE'S EBiULSIOH IN THE HOUSE. Croup, capillary bronchitis, and articular rheumatism are the special banes of childhood. These all alike result from catching cold. One child catches cold, and scares its mother into hysterics by having croup in the dead of night. Another catches cold, develops a stubborn cough that will not yield to ordinary rem«dies. Still anOthev catches cold and develops, that most fatal malady of childhood, capillary bronchitis. Doctor ls called, and if the child is lucky enough to live it has developed weak lungß, from which it may never recover. Yet another child catches cold and articular rheumatism is the result. Ankles, knees, wrists and elbows become swollen and painful. A long disastrous illness follows. All these mishaps are the direct result of neglected cold. If you really value the health and life of your child, do not allow a cold to run on. To stop a cold right at the commencement is the wise and only safe course. Keep Lane's Emulsion constantly in your honse, and give it regularly directly a cold appears. A few doses of Lane's Emulßion, and a child's cold is gone; its strength is returned. Lane's Emulsion is mother's standby in thousands of N.Z. homes, and never fails to do what is expected of it. Sold everywhere in two sizes. 4/6 and 2/6. The large is the economical size. 47 | Mors Popular than I ever. I Every year the sales of j Bonnington's | CARRAGEEN j Irish Moss. 0 -increase largely. <S j For over 46 years it has ,} been the standard remedy • for coughs and co]ds. It (J quickly cures, soothes the J irritation, heals the lungs. : » and leaves them strong ; h and healthy. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. Insist on getting BonnmgThere is no remedy -h "just as good." {? /& M "' WILLIAM * _s?/y Nkisiibocus of ""SSy Wnlmanuaroa writes: ' "Itßl vea rae greai pleasure 1 \_ *v~_\i to recommentl your Irish Moss -»__ if for coughs and collie, or any long complaint, having used ii in nJy'family (or Sfarfwraty years." *

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 93, 20 April 1909

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