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'<' l" I ——■ illllllllll I ill*1 "■ ■■■—■■■ — i %SEMI ¡I It E TT_T4TJle Y {[ I A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF BOXED STATIONERY 4 ALWAYS ON HAND, NEATLY BOXED, AND AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY Boxes 3d., 6d. and 11. Mourning Note Paper aad.elope..lE- Foolscap Paper and Envelopes, Blotting Paper -'Hm! BIBST Id PACKET OF STATIONERY > IN THE DIBT,,R&C,T. WEBSTBB'S. O-OXiGD MEDAL mKS. ■ MEMO BOOKS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, EXERCISE BOOKS, DAY BOOKS &c-.1 in great variety. MILLS AND SONS, PRINTERS, tat tllrrslt FKTOSAJCNTS, IH HERALD OFFICE RHOS f v ■ ■* <■ ■■ ;V •i f.. 4f ir BUSINESS xs mn I' 1 .c. !t If Business is doll, that is the time to advertise. Advertising will turn the I j dullness of to-day into the brisk trade of to-morrow. If business is good, that I I I is the time to advertise. Surely every merchant wishes business to stay good, 1 ■; "T^^EsSpi*- 1 ) and advertising is an assuxance of this. No matter how much Business a I mgp, merchant is doing, he should not be averse to seeing it become better. Good 1 '00p advertising will accomplish this. The man who has had energy enough to I f work up a good trade usually has the ambition to wish to see it grow and I >' J f1.i< «A^ grow. Thai he shomld use more and better advertising. • I I I THE RHOS HEIULD '>" <P' .;p I 7 slow