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I HEALTHY, WEALTHY -j !Jpj AND WISE. pT 1 Is there anything more desirable than health, wealth' and wisdom ? Nothing, you will say, we are sure. And one seems incomplete without the other. Take away I any one and content and satisfaction go with it. Without HEALTH, which is first and most important, and upon which wealth and wisdom hinge, life is a miserable drag, and one can accomplish very little. Without i wealth one cannot do half the good he would like to do. j Without wisdom life is very unsatisfactory. Food has j much bearing on all three, particularly health. If you ; eat pure, wholesome food, such as MANCHESTER ;- BROS, sell, you will have good health, which will give j you ambition and energy to accumulate wealth. Then I will follow wisdom, for a sound body, and a full purse will produce a clear mind. j ■ You can certainly help to attain these three graces \ • by buying your GROCERIES at the RELIABLE GROCERY STORE.; Our constant aim is to make this Store a better one, a more desirable source of supply, an efficient aid to thrifty housewives. We aim at perfection in all details, in quality, price and service. If not already a Customer, we solicit an opportunity to please YOU. ! Manchester Bros,, THE RELIABLE GROCERS. 1 —-—-—, . 4* ■ _■_■■_■_~M~_~n - , __ m __ mu ___ m ___ aam ___ u - - '' ' ' " . ■ ■H_H_a_i_B_a_ai_Ba_B_aaaßß~a_a~ai The World's Standard Motor Car is the FORD." The sunbaked,, arid spaces at the equator, the dusty-parched deserts, the slushy-mud girt roadless countries, the Polar lands of '■ blinding .snowstorms and gripping frosts, the fragrant spicy lands of sub-tropics—the limit- ..'..■. less continents and tiny isles of the ocean, are the domains of the fleety FORD Car. It is everywhere. Used for every purpose. By the. : doctor on his errands of mercy,'by the man of busiiiess,V by th-e;,pioneer of the backlands. By farmers, [tradesmen, pleasure-seekers every- '•■'..' one —always with complete satisfaction. FORD stations link* up every land. You . cannot go outside tlie realm of the FORD — nor better' its sturdy durability, its running economy and its ever-readiness. .". If" its a Car-you are after—see a FORD first. -' . Trial trips and free literatures to genuine enquirers. Rule's Garage =■ FORD SERVICE STATION. 'Phone 202. ■ ■ '—■—■ .' . . f.,.- % ■-. ■ ■,' ( •-■'' " NATURE'S SOFT NURSE" Orders Linen Sheets For how can "sleep"— Nature's soft nurse—lull the weary body to rest these sul- f try nights if the bed be iin- t |' comfortable—if Blankets are / I .•'scratchy" and Cotton Sheets IHEFFORD'S ARE NOW lUBBa * .^^^jjjfflH SSB SHOWING SOME SPLEN- f ' f~j~| F~+~ F l-?-*****-Values as a finishing incen- ".' . ; •J tive, your buying road is j clear. ' . ' • • I SELECT NOW AND HAVE I " | MANY COMFORTABLE TO-NIGHTS. G. HEFFORD & CO., DRAPERS ancT LADS ES» OUTFITTERS. "THE CORNER." ASHBURTON. boaai^^mm*—»*"»**»- ■■■■■■—■■"—■■■■■nwnmriiWTnn-Trinmii mini« it«-—nntn»— urn tmammmmmmmmmmmmi^ Special Attraction! LADIES OF THE MOUNT HUTT DISTRICT. That New Hat roRS^ Now showing:—-Smart L Velours, Sealette> Models in Velxet and Velour Cloth. Nice selection of new Season's FURS, COATS AND ' COSTUMES just arrived. • . ' H. D. TOMLINSON, METHVEN EMPORIUM.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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