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A COUGH, Cold Nose, Throat, or Lung Trouble, Stomach, Bowel, or Liver Complaint, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, USE SIN DEE'S EXTRACT; 5 drops in a tableepoon water. Remember you cannot expect the cood effects from any sort of Eucalyptus. SYNDER'S EXTRACT CURBS because it contains ethereal and antiseptic substances not contained in other Eucalyptus products. These latter, made by persons ignorant in cbemistrv, and provided with fancy names and labels by trading concerns, who do not know what they contain, have caused grievous harm, and a death has resulted from their use. , Do not apply an ointment to a sore! It keeps back the secretion. To wounds, bruises, eprains, burns, ulcers, eczema, end other sV.in troubles APPLY SANDER'S EXTRACT—IS drops in a tablespoon olive oil. The effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, because it is freed from the irritating constituents contained in ot-i°.r Eucalyptus preparations. It heals when others irritate. Insist upon the GENUINE SAND.ZR EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, and you will deriTS the benefit.

ItHEUMO WILL BANISH THOSE PAINS. Hclicf, permanent and lasting, is v. ithin the reach of - every sufferer from nVoiimo'.ifin, Gout Sciatic:!, or Lumbago. A few doac3 of KHEIJMO will quickly cure. RHEUMO removes the Uric Acid from the tiood—tin cause of tho trouble. AH chem- - 7 °- 6d and 4s 6d per bottle. MILITARY CAMPS TAKAFAV AND OBfN'GI COMPAfIED. Officers aud men aftendinfr camps in irst w&uher hav© vivid recollections of fioro throats nnd feverish chills inseparably coiiiiec.ifd •.villi dump i'eot and suddou change, of temperarnre. At tho Uriaiji (amp iu 1913 the niedi-t-.nl slaif were kept bu*y tip till all hours; B.:\ti tliore vvoio over 1000 minor oases or sickness reported at the ambulance. At Takapau in VJU, despite the exceptional!,- f.evsro weather, oulv a few dozen "reported sick," and the general health of the mm was ramarkablv good. Now for a solution of thi* seeming paradox! At the Orinjfi canteen ther* pas no "Fluenzol," but plenty of other preparations. At Tnkhpau the position was reversed. Tli-s canteen contractor:* pinned their faith soltMy to "Flnouzol," of which over two p.ros.7 in the SRgrejratft was purchased by the troops. In many Instances <vn« bottle would go tho rounds of a tent and 1*» the means of checking tnorfl th:m one incipient sore throa.t or feverish attack. Comment is needless!

|©E®iS32E©S6@B@Bo»B®!3i«>H©E*G®ffi > Make Sure S3 you go through life if you want to preserve your health—always arrange to havo at hand, ready for immediate use, a suitable remedy wherewith to meet symptoms of health-disturbance as soon as they arise. Probably the most satisfactory preparation for this purpose is Bceeham's Pills, a famous vegetable preparation, which is widely known as a splendid safeguard against the assaults of disease. Taken in tims, that is to say, at the early signs of indisposition, this excellent medicine will act as a ready restorative and corrective to the important organs of digestion, which, as a rule, arc the iirsfc to get out of order. By strengthening the stomach, rousing the liver 1 to healthy function and acting as a gentle stimulant to the bowels tho health' is established on a sound basis—that of a good digestion. Disti-essing ailments speedily disappear, and there is renewed tone and vigourin the whole system after taking P BEBCHAM'S PILLS are apedally ' suitable for Females of all ages. t Said in bases, price H>id. t 1/tJ & 2,9. I <

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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