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Don’t neglect your cough. Stop it: at once and drive away all thought of consumption. Begin as early as pos-| sib>e —the sooner the better—to take filler’s 'Cherrif Pectoral the most effective remedy for coughs and colds of every kind and in every stage. One of the most annoying coughs is a throat cough, where you have that constant tickling in your throat. It comes on worse at night, keeps you awake, and makes you have that smothered feeling, in the chest. Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral quiets the cough, makes breathing easy, and heals the lungs. There is no other remedy so surely to be relied on. There are many substitutes and imitations. Beware of them and of | so-called “Genuine Cherry Pectoral.’? Be sure you get AYER’S Cherry Pectoral. Put up in large and small bottles. I Prepared by Dr. J. C. AyerS Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S. A TO V egetarians And those who are not Vegetarians, I SAY “Try my BEANS.” Black BEANS 3d per lb Harricot BEANS 3d „ Pink BEANS 3id „ Butter BEANS 4d „ The Butter Beans are specially imported from America, and are most palatable as well as a wholesome food. Men can live by Beans alone, when they are the right kind. You will be surprised to find what a delicious and economical vegetable they are. TRY THEM. B. Meredith, GROCER. TAY STREET. FOR RELIABLE WATCHES, CLOCKS, BINGS, JEWELLERY, You cannot do better than call on Thos. Roche, WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER, Princess Buildings DEE STREET. REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS done on the Shortest Notice ——at—™ « BEDROCK PRICES. People of Winton, of Lumsden, of Riverton, of Edendale, of Mataura, of Woodlands, and many other places, are unanimous in saying Baxter’s Choice Rava Tea is splendid value — Is 6d per lb, 10 lbs for 13s 9d. Try it.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 10, 22 June 1907

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