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Unique Suits Sole Agents, The Economic, INVERGARGJ LL. DESIGNED TO LATEST FASHION. Cut on Scientific Principies, Manufactured from the best productions of the woollen industry, and tailored by artisans of repute. These suits are unique examples of what may be obtained in high-class ready-to-wear clothing. Recognising the demand for superior garments at a Reasonable price, we now invite you to inspect our stock, feeling sure you will be convinced that we can supply you with a Suit equal to the best Tailor-made at about half the cost. If we cannot fit you from stock we can take your measure, and give you the choice of some hundreds of patterns, representing the Latest Novelties in imported and Colonial "Woollens, Sole Agents, THE ECONOMIC, Invercargill. SOMETHING YOU DO NOT NEED! What is it? To be told again what your common sense proves, viz,, NOTHING GAN BE ANY GOOD for BALD HEADS & HAIR WHICH IS PALLING OUT OR PREMATURELY GREY—EXCEPT Germicidal Scalp Dressing, which DESTROYS the MICROBES. Baldness (Alopecia).—Recent investigations show that baldness is due to microbes, which invade the hair-follicle, and produce around it, and especially at the root, a number of wandering cells. The Root gradually dies away, anS the hair is expelled. The Microbes are Micrococi, and they can multiply very rapidly. It UTTERLY USELESS TO RUB STUFF ON THE HAIR (so-called Hair Restorers) until the cause is removed., OUR GERMICIDAL SCALP DRESSING iS THE ONLY POSSIBLE CURE, SAMPLE BOTTLE ss, LARGE SIZE 10s. Posted to any address Free. 'ADDRESS—SOUTHLAND REMEDY COMPANY, Invercargill, N.Z. •.MANAGER—PROFESSOR SCOTT. Letters addressed to above will be promptly attended to, and advice given in all cases

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 24, 5 October 1907

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 24, 5 October 1907

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