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"Mother needed not experience to be kind."—Stanus. ' •*•■■,,

It just came to her naturally. That's why there is always on the home shelf a big bottle of Baxter's Lung Preserver, ready for Tommy's little sneezes and sniffles—Nature's' signs that a cold is approaching. And sneezes and sniffles are pretty frequent at this time of the year. The weather is so changeable that it behoves all mothers to have Baxter's- handy. 3s 6d per large bottle. All Chemists and Stores. ■ ■ ,

for the cjS^i fi>-f D&y Work _Zd2%\ JK^O- Ever eon»ider the Im-<<^i™iW-**_\JJ porta.»ce of breakfa-tt t^\ —the p*rt it plays in ,<ril '^JlI"! !V \ itarting the day's 2; T 55» • of folks who'To I iidj* thought the matter 1 •■* vill tell you that thay'v* Jr found that there's no breakfast diih aqnal to the food A oM«lWbioiiad oatmckl—pr*Tid«d it is I Thistle Oatmeal n nothing •!■• tkat fortiflaa them so C. a irell for the day'i job. Science, -««. II too, telU w thftt th« oat ii richer II in brain and body building ele- 111 B ments than a«y other food. | SbjJ^r II Bat it must bo Thistle Oat- Jzib&i'\S[ Si Meal—just the world's flnegt \Sf, -t '|V la" oati, treated by 23 automagjj tic machine* removinjf, '/JsW re\lw' E every imparity. There's ' M$KM$X' ■ I a £1000 guarantee that /ilip^Sa B Thistle Oatmeal is ab- W&S^WWL f | solutely puro—just the !eyaPs? Sia'iwV / X finest oati with no ad- ffst£s%Pmis/ f mixtura or udultera-, ri>lw W-ll^ ' J . tion , of any kind, j- ftE^fc>•s;s/■ • 3 ' Xvery htig of Thistle '-^'■M-j^iKvw'.": j pfittrieal ■ contains a Ji <M&f S^c^Sj*

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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