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_.„ I BE I .-{ 11l HEALIEY, WEALTHY " ly-i ANYWISE. rV* i .in,. ... ... .... - ... r—— T —- , . . i _, i iiu«^mv^-lr^r^-n.-"^-_g_a-«^__ri__— —g. Is there anything more desirable than health, wealth and wisdom? Nothing, you wiil say, we are sure. And' one seems incomplete without tfrs other. Take away any one and content and satisfaction go with it. With* I out HEALTH, which is first and roost important, and j upon which wealth and wisdom hinge, life is a miser- £ able drag, and one can accomplish very little. Without wealth one cannot do half the good ho would like to do. Without wisdom life is very unsatisfactory. Food has much bearing on all three, particularly health, .if you I eat pure, wholesome food, such as MANCHESTER BROS, sell, you will have good health, which will give f you ambition and energy to accumulate wealth. Then: • will follow wisdom, for a sound body, and a full purse: will produce a clear mind. ' ' You can certainly help to attain these three graces by buying your GROCERIES at the RELIABLE y GROCERY STORE. Our constant aim is to make this 1 Store a better one, a more desirabio source of supply, | an efficient, aid to thrifty housewives. We aim at peril fection in ;M details, in quality, price and service. If not I already a Customer, we solicit an opportunity to | please YOU. Manchester Brcis e ,-; I THE RELIABLE GROCERS. B ■__H_H_H__H_a_H_aH__H_HE_aß--TC™-i-!2irac^ The World's Standard Motor Car' Is. the "FORD," Tlie 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-tropicsr-the limit-\ f' ■: : . less continents and tiny isles of the ocean, are the domains of the fleety FOED Car. It is " everywhere. Used for every purpose. By the ' i doctor on his errands of mercy, by the man of business, by the pioneer of the backlands. By farmers, tradesmen, pleasure-seekers everyone—always with complete satisfaction. FOED stations link up every land. You cannot go outside the realm of the FOED—nor better its sturdy durability, its running economy and its ever-reacliness. < . m If its a Car you are after—see a FOED first. , | Trial trips and free literature to genuine i enquirers. I Rule's Garage =° | FOED SERVICE STATION. Thone 202. V i I_A_7l _^.l BT"B!,_B_i 4^.^ A l?3^ j Now on View at Hefford's '■ ';'■'• KING WINTER has already sent warning •■■(• throughout the Dominion that lie's only just I /f h^^^^X round tlle comer > so it's time to think of COSY | i^Sfe^ \ COATS to £reet him. J ' ' Irt^lllil lra^?"^i® Tilere's every likelihood of a severe season | • E__&h&l^feM' ahead ' but th° SPLENDID COATS now dis- ' \ /l!ll]npi\ f Played at HEFFORD'S made in Tweeds, BlanI \ /If l\ /' ketS anti °ther wai'ratll-retail"ng materials, will ! 7 lill I Yx clefy-the ' keenest winds and the most "nippy"I "• /f(' If / I I evenings. j /II II mE STYLES >'" LADIES' GREAT COATS f VIIJ 11 ) Sjl °"" a' spusible' tvcn-6 of Fashion—they are I warm and roomy, made for comfort; and the .j /-A several little adept finishing touches: Fur Col- -; jyir J. lars and Cuffs, Waistbolts, Buttons, will fas--^, - i 3' cinate many Ashburton Ladies. They are all marked at HEFFORD'S PRICES, which means | | REASONABLE. | G. ...HEFFORD & CO., DRAPERS and LADIES'' OUTFITTERS. "THE COEtfER." ASHBURTON ™m~*mm~m~~~~m~*~bm«^~M—■■■Bna~-_B-_»_WE_K__r_sa__TP^^ Special Attraction! LADIES OF THE MOUNT MUTT DISTRICT. That New Hal "SB?" Now showing:—Smart [Velours, Sealette, Models in Velvet and Velour Cloth. 'Nice selection of new Season's FUES COATS AND COSTUMES just arrived. , ' H. D. TOMLINSON, METHVEN EMPORIUM. |

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9598, 30 April 1919

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9598, 30 April 1919

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