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j Men s Wear [• — _ __ . ...- ... — t M 1 ff v "Apparel doth oft proclaim ~": MY ** is a truism tlmt a- man is judged -_.V^r l|Kj //^^ by his clothes. The following list - - «33&_S||i T|j y^^^T^m^M deals entirely wth articles of apparel •IM't"jJg|! M^S§Miß&3L^ that are''right.'' You can depend \ ?"=»• Bra I Z^iPiP^liii_Pl__^t u *Km Beath's—every time. i ljc~^-^^^\* 0 \wOpll "3%^ BMBMiy lien's Shirts, tunic styles, stiff neck bands, I T|!!^ T'_™^. # tf-.jfaßßF^ soft cuffs; white and cream grounds, I ilJlllP'fflV'- v_WHr • £T w^th smart'coloured stripes; perfect £ 'llljPr.lw,',iV' VIV WflMr fitting well-finished shirts— ? ( li'lllljl MlMjiv^N-tfJfl"^ lien's Shirts, soft bands and cuffs; Ceylon

A sure and pleasant specific for removing worms is WAEIE'S WORM FIGS. Price«sls 6d. "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 Pre-^ server, • .ready for Tommy's little* sneezes and sniffles—Nature's signs I#iat 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. 2s 6d per large bottle. All Chemists and Stores.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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