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BURGESS'S : BOOT SALE NOW ON. NEVER has the Public of Ashburton had the opportunity of Purchasing good solid men's and :;;.; WOMEN'S, ■ > ; BOOTS AND SHOES In the Latest Shapes, at such a LOW PRICE As I am now offering jto you. I guarantee no Cardboard or Brown; Paper in these Goods, and No Old' Sock. ; Goods Displayed Outside ! of Shop. I.■ ■ ■ Take a Walk along, it will Pay You. F. BURGESS, BURNETT STREET, .i. •■ (Opposite "Guardian" Office). THE NOTED SHOP FOR REPAIRS. i 515■■;...-; :.....;■ .. , .■•'... .;■■ :,■■;■'.

«I consider DR. SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERY A ° MARVELLOUS MEDICINE " A NEW ZEALAND LADY'S TESTIMONY ' " I feel it a duty to place on record i the wonderful cure effected by Dr. ; Sheldon's New Discovery; 7' writes Mrs. Ann Collie, Thames Street, Oamaru, N.Z. " For months I had terrible influenza—in fact, my whole body was affected. I could scarcely hear or speak, and my eyes felt as if they would jump out of my head. Tlie coughing was so severe that it often made me sick, and I found it difficult to breathe. In despair I tried ' cure after cure,' but my condition grew worse, until I came upon Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Words ■, i fail me as I try to state what'it did for me. The first dose brought new ; hope, and each succeeding dose added improvement. By the time I had finished my second bottle I was absolutely cured. I consider Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery a marvellous medicine." • I Influenza is a most distressing complaint, and dangerous if neglected. It can> be very effectively; treated with Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery, which quickly relieves all cases. Obtainable from all Chemists and Storekeepers. Price, Is 6d and 3s. i< lor Sale by Manchester Bros., Kerr Bros., Buxton and Thomas, and Totty (Chemist).

'■' '' 'h) .' ■ ■', ' /every day\ I more people are proving that 4 jj is. the best washing preparation 9 for biankets, flannels, woollens and 8 dainty-fabrics. Lux is scientific in. . I Us methods. Lux coaxes rather | than forces the dirt from the clothes. R Lux shortens the work at tte 1 washtub—lengthens the life of Jns j 1 .clothes... I \ WON'T / \ SHRINK ■/' V^ WOOI_JNS. / *lsmsj) LEVER BROTHERS^ S '^LIMITED. SYDNEY, ff

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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