The. Groat Attraction.—First Girl: " I like a man with a, past. A man with a past is always interesting." Second: Girl : '! That's true ; but I don't think it's nearly a.s interesting as a man with a future.'' Third Girl : "The man who interests mo is the man with a present; and the mow ev|/tnsive the present the more interest I take in. it."
*-y<s iVi* *ST?^ft >l TWii J S »M#»!!§f m knows how liable the skin is to suffer from disliguring blotches and eruptions; and how liable it is, also, to get cut and hurt ii all conditions of life—at home, at work and at play. There isn't a woman in the home, or a man in the street, but m »* msEsmfmemssmm ZAM-EUK BALM to-dsy or tomorrow. It li'av te lo check a sudllme: peihaps I remove an unsightly pimple or sore, to strengthen'n sprained joint, or to "nib .out" a pain. For all these things there's nothing like testes w sm satr.'.-vii^isauaEW N GOVERNMENT ISuranCl DEPARTMENT .^* FACT No. I. The GUARANTEE OF THE STATE goes with every policy issued bv the Department. Every person insured under its conditions rests absolutely secure, firmly assured that -whatever may happen the full value of his policy is as certain to be paid when tha claim accrues as that the sun shall
HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. Which would you rather pay? Eighteenpence for a small bottle of cough mixture that lasts almost no time —or 2/- for seven to eight times as much./ Of course no argument is necessary. One bottle of Hean's Essence will make in vour own home a very large bottle of cough, cold and sore throat remedy, and ■ave at least 9/- for your pocket. You can prove this statement any moment you like to try Hean's Essence. Hean's Essence is sold by chemists unci stores, or post free on receipt of price 2/-, from G. W. Hean, Family Chemist, Wanganui. 2fa
or Men: Summer Wearing. Sf*l«sMJ»tfa the Great British People ! !*s3§ M?! hbsr gg&E m m m ■mm %m m •*& m &m m xa m m i4Z MM m^ m& wm mm ®sa ■i&m*z. ■sum All Fur —Novel Shapes—Light Weights Moderate Prices Well Ventilated. RUFF SOFT FELTS. As shown above. A favorite stylo with Young Men. Colors— Grey, Bronze, Clay, Black, and the following shades of Brown, which is tho popular color: Seal Brown, Nut Brown, and Chocolate. Prices, 12/6, -15/, 17/6, 21/. SEMI-RUFF SOFT FELTS. Llama finish, turned-over edge, flat set brim. Colors—Dark Brown, Rembrandt, Nut Brown, Bronze, Kediz, Neptune, Slate. 10/6. Smooth Soft Felts. A Very Dressy and Comfortable k Hat. Plain turned-up edge. I* Colors—Nut Brown, Grey, Maschio, and Bronze. 10/6. SSii fiE*£iSs ritia^^^iyiySaMWjj: The City Man's Soft Felt. THE PRINCEPS. Small, smart shape, with full curled brim. Colors—Mole, Brown, and Garrick. 10/6. I Merchant Tailors and Men's Mercers, 12, 14, 16 and 18 . . George Street.
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