M Lung EMULSION eal e r AND Body 11 de v Lane’s Emulsion is the greatest of all Lung-Healers and Body-Builders. It is a pure and wholesome medicine, easily and quickly assimilated—" that builds up wasted tissues and weakened constitutions—induces satisfactory digestion—promotes a quicker assimilation of food allays all dangerous symptoms in the threat ami lung tracts, increases flesh and strength, and restores perfect health in all cases of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Incipient Consumption and all Pulmonary Afflictions Lane’s Emulsion is rich in nourishing and tonic properties, containing all the nutritive and digestive properties of pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, with the antiseptic qualities of the best Beocliwood Cieasote, and the health" giving and bone, flesh and muscle-forming goodness of Hypophosplutes of Lime and Soda, all perfectly aucl accurately conioincd and enPuloified Fresh Eggs. Why not try Cane’s Emulsion now? Your Chemist or Storekeeper will supply you with a bottle at 2/6 or 4/6. The large size is the more economical, as it contains more than two of the small ones. Insist on Lane's, Prepared by E. G. LANE, CKcmist, Oaniaru, N.Z#* TROOPER ORE’S CURE , In 19 0 2 The Camp, Forbury Park, Dunedin, February 12lb, 1902. “Three year* ago the doctor would not pan me for life insurance. He said my lungs were seriously affected, and told my parents I was 5n a very bad way. If anything, this news made me worse. But I had heard good accounts of “ Lane s Emulsion," and decided to give it a trial and stick to it. 1 kept taking bottle after bottle, and now I am passed art! reported as being sound in every way. I feci better and stronger than I ever did br-f ore, I am leaving as one of the Ninth N.Z. Contingent, which is proof that 1 am sound and fit for hard work. I may mention that about twelve months ago, being anxious to know how 1 was. I had myteif examined by a medical man, who said, after carefully examining me, that one lung bad quite healed and the other was only (lightly touched, This greatly pleased me and encouraged me to continue with “ Lane’s Emulsion ” though how 1 had improved and how well 1 felt was sufficient encouragement; bot 1 wanted to be sure. I am quite certain that if people would give it a lair trial, and take it as 1 did- regularly four times a day—it would do them a power of good. ’ —l remain. Thankfully and gratefully yours, Trooper R. C. ORR. In 19 13 Halcombe, N.Z.,. Sept. I/9/T3, “T owe a deep debt of gratitude to Lane’s Emulsion. It is almost twelve years since I took a course cf if, and Ihave been in the . , , . , . • . best of health ever since. I was passed by the doctor for the Forester s Lodge last week, so lha. is prou, tnst I am in sound health. 1 always keep a bottle of Lane’s Emulsion on hand, for I consider it the best remedy procurable for a cold, end am never happier than when telling others of iu wonderful hearing properties. Touts faithlullv. ROBERT CHARLES OI<R m ,vrr i-Nuw,.: it jis 11l u m th &// A • i r> f’Vpl [I ’xrA m i=a <~S‘k, -^a 5-. /7 -yi 7“:? M Vy j kb “It’s Famous Because It’s Good.” Bagt3E3E3aßnaHa
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