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GOLDEN RULES FOR THOSE WITH WEAK LUNGS. ! Keep out in toe open air- -s much as _>05----s_ble. I Eat plenty or nourishing rood. ! Take a reliable lung- tonic frequently. j even ir you don't reel an immediate need 1 ror it. j Tussicura is a great lung- ionic and I g-eneral strengthened It keeps tbe delicate membranes of ttte throat and lungs in a good healthy condition. It cnre3 coughs, colds, influenza, ana other similar ailments, and braces up the whole system. Consumption and otner lung- and throat troubles have very little chance of gaininga hold if "Tussicura" Is taken freijuently. Remember the three golden rules for those t_th ._>a_ lungs. Plenty of rresh air: Nourishing- food.' Tussicura frequently: All chemists and Stores stock this sure remedy at 2/6 a very liberal-sized bottle, Including Smeeton's, Ltd., Queen Street, and H. F. Kent, Kingsiand.— (Ad.)

'Y^k^pJfoxTnOTTERS Follow mc. Down by the beach where the Jazz bands be; Whe__.er*you've learned to fox-trot or not Follow the crowd in the mad fox trot To warm one's feet on a winter's night "FoxTrot Follies*' are quite alright; But colds we catch are hard to endure — Remember Woods' Great Pc£jpermmt &___.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LV, Issue 214, 9 September 1924

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LV, Issue 214, 9 September 1924

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