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There is one subject both parties agree upon—those who voted' for Continuance and those wlio verted for Prohibition—and that i.s Zealandia Boots are among the Finest Wearing Boots in the world. Buy them at Ashbur-

"To discontinue advertising,'' says ex-Postmaster-General ; John "Wan'aniaker Cone of- the largest advertisers in,_ the,.' ? world, '..and naturally enough, erne of the"most' successful business men), "is like taking down your sign. If you want to do business you nrust let people- know it. I would as soon think of-'doing business without clerks as without advertising," John Wana- ' maker made thej statement that "Advertisement doesn't jerk, it pulls."' Yet gome men think that advertising should g:o against all rules and precedents and jerk them to success with ono 'tremendous yank.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9610, 15 May 1919

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