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! ''Defer no time—delays have dangerous ends."—Shakespeare. This man realised that. Thus he writes to Mr Baxter: "Enclosed find 12s for some Lung Preserver. The local store ha* no more. I have tried a cood many remedies, but got more relief-from yours with one small bottle. "—Matthew Talboy, Elsthorpe, Hawko's Bay. AI! the year round Baxter's Lung Preserver is a friend—but more esSpecially now when the weather is so changeable. Have Baxter's handy. Big bottle 2s 6d. IF YOU HAVE A cough, cold, bronchitis or influenza and you are looking for a quick, safe, and certain remedy with which to iigiit them, nothing will gwe s;;ch quick ami sure relief as Chamberlain's Cough Henifdy. The first do?e soothes your throat, stops the tieklmK, and gives relief.—Sold by all -Cheir«sts and Smri-»Uppppr<».

t Warm Underclothing NOW THAT WINTER'S HERE. We can stand aback of every garment we sell, because we know it's quality. Pure Wool—woven by the most up-to-date machinery, that is the guarantee. And you get the best Underclothing it is possible to purchase. The warm, cosy feel of our Garments is the sure indication, not alone of the purity of the wool, but of their grand protective quality too. They ward off liability to chills and make the keenest weather quite harmless. Purchasing good Underclothing is an investment. Poor sorts may cost less initially, but they cannot give the service nor comfort of these reasonably priced best kind. Buy the best and enjoy immunity from Winter ailments and unsatisfactory clothing. All sizes, long or short sleeves, and in several | weights. % MCDONALD * DUIMLOP EAST SISBEET. 'PHONE 291.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9603, 7 May 1919

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9603, 7 May 1919

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