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rCreamoaia'-;..' r: (Cream o' the* Oat) y^ I Soliloquy No. 3. The Schoolmistress— ' sJ^SSV 9 "I often wonder if fathers and moihers realize licrw y^^ „ necessary it is that the children should h.ave a nour- J \j ishins, susrainiiiy breakfast. VVu' know there's no zVXtT J^> <<■""• better breakfast food than Oreamoaui—that's why .f Vvvm/**^ j"Hj~il_ *> I sometimes think that all my brightest boys and /V/ affif # f girls have Oreiunou-i for breakfast." Absolutely f y, W~rT ~<»Hr -f^pure, the very cream of the best oats, untouched by I^TJJr hand from oattleld to pantry—gee to it that your kid- Vr^flfjfp /y StiAk J& dies have Creainoata for breakfast. . Save, the Cou- /T/7m , jy?/(~^C pons and share in the Great Free Gift Scheme. 45 / *^Mb' s «X 4. v~~-~ * 'THE \ The vi fi our and buoyancy /\\\\ L./W^l —. rl>#^L %' through stron«»rh derived 1.-" X^|\ V \\/l IPM/IX. 1 from food- Uri!cßs you '\Z£kf~ \ |\ YL-I fJlil^SPSs^' ' ■ ■/■ thoroughly digest what '^ I^\ \ Wd fMla^^^^''-'' you eat. and extract the /fl*',V*V \ ill J/flfnW3r nourishment your iood ll^^l ■ coatains, you cannot' 646 '"'' . ' ' • secure the blessing of robust health. Good digestion is only possible when stomach, liver and. bowels perform their functions naturally a.mi efficiently. Failure or weakness on the part of any one of them affects the whole digestive system, and then you become liable to the-pains and penalties of indigestion—and they are many. • 'is founded on ■' ■■■■;, WHICH FOLLOWS THE USE OF Mother Seigel's Syrup is a wonderful aid to digestion. It ; tones, strengthens and regulates the action of the stomach, liver and bowels, enabling them to do the work Nature requires of them, efficiently and without strain.- This accomplished, eating becomes a pleasure, and your food, being well-digested, will nourish and strengthen your whole being. If you would enjoy the vigour of health, let Mother Seigel's Syrup help you to attain it. ; 'MOTHER ' rT^ 'DIDETjS of Harley Davidson and «/CLINCHER CROSS" are the only X.\j Indian Motor Cycles can noV V^ Plantation Rubber Tyms which procure Clincher ''Dreadnatrghtß" n have emerged successfully from a. 28in. x 8. Sold by the trade only. 5000 miles R.A.C Test.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9594, 25 April 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9594, 25 April 1919

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