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1000 BBninaßmmßßnnßHHnHi Ladies 9 Hats. A Warehouseman’s Stock Ladies* Trimmed Java Hats - - - 2/6 Ladies* Panama Hats - - - - 1/11 Ladies* Trimmed Panamas - - - 3/6 Ladies’Straw Hats ----- 3/6 Ladies’ Trimmed Hats - - - - 4/6 Ladies’ Trimmed Crinoline Black Hats 10/6 Girls’ Pedal Straw Mats - - - - 4/6 Ladies’ floral Crown Hats - - - 6/6 Ladies’ Silk Crown Hats - - - ■ 10/6 HUNDREDS NOW ON VIEW IN OUR SHOW ROOM. Cuming’s Stores

Cost of Living. With a portion of an eighteenpcnny bottle of Fluenzol, Mrs. Walsh, of the Hawera refreshment rooms, cured one of her waitresses of a stubborn cough within half-an-hour. With the rest ‘of the contents of the bottle Enginedriver Walsh of the N.Z. Rail ways was cured of a bad sore throat. These incidents are of hourly occurrence and over 300 letters of appreciation have already been received by the Proprietary. Mr. William Bell, Gill Street, New Plymouth, will tell you how Fluenzol cured his 5-year-old child of a severe attack of croup all within an hour, and after several other remedies had failed. Yet there are still a few people foolish enough to allow themselves to be put off with “ something just as good ” ! Fluenzol saves both your time and your money. Gargle in teaspoonful doses undiluted at fairly short intervals and hold the head well back. Swallow for influenza. 11l w Beware of Influenza! The Present Epidemic it in #■ worse form than ever. 11 at the first signs —the violent headache, pains in the limbs, a feeling of lassitude and general depression, cold shivars and feverishness — TAKE nfluenz Cure Hi I One Dose Will Ward Off An Attack. A FEW DOSES INFALLIBLY CURE! •LANCER* INFLUENZA CURE will only cure ONE Disease and that is Influenza, which it does with marvellous certainty. INFLUENZA IS HIGHLY INFECTIOUS Use 'Lancer* as a Preventive 1 Price; 2/- __ All Chemists _l| Bfc J A bottle of Stevens' Health Salt should be in every home. It makes a delicious refreshing drink and acts gently but surely on the sluggish liver—aids digestion—promotes appetite. SCeVens' HeaJCh So/C, is mildly laxative, quickly cures and prevents headaches and ( billiousness by eliminating impurities. • Settle coats bv* 1/6. WEALTH; pabb

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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