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I tUSINESS NOTICES. | BURGESS'S - BOOT SALE I NOW ON. NEVER has the Public of Ashburtoto had the opportunity of Purchasing > GOOD SOLID ' MEN'S AND I WOMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES In th© Latest Shapes, at such a LOW PRICE As I am now offering to you. I guarantee no Cardboard or Brcwn Paper in these Goods, and No Old ■SLock.. Goods Displayed Outside j of Shop. Take a Walk along, it will Pay You. I F. BURGESS, f BURNETT STREET, i:[ (Opposite "Guardian" Office). THE NOTED SHOP FOR REPAIRS. I 515 MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM Completely Cured by 9 DR. SHELDON'S MAGNETIC LINIMENT " For some considerable time," writes Mr. McKay, 13 Grey Street, Ashburtoh, N.Z., " I had been suffering from muscular rheumatism, especially in the shoulders, which caused me untold agonies night and day. I got very little sleep or rest on account of the'violent'pains that were continually racking my body, and as I am compelled to work for my living, it was affecting me physically and mentally, making life very hard indeed. I tried many remedies, but iii.l I used' Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment, I obtained no relief. From the first application I noticed the difference. I ebuld hardly believe it, .iid.by.continuing to use the same { am now pleased to say I am perfectly cured and am confident that ■ licmld it come back I know X have >, faithful friend in .Dr. ..Sheldon's ;{^iiotic Liniment,'' ■ J...' r "Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment ill relievo at once -Rheumatism, ;ji;!ii:bac;«, L%me Back, Cuts, Bruises, anil Burns and repeated applications .rill effect a cure in a remarkably ..W ■ <; .«. "Prico. 1^ 6d and 3s. For Sale by Manchester Bros., Kerr Bros., Buxton and Thomas, and Totty (dbemist). II BE WiSE TO-DAY; 'TJS MADNESS TO DEFER." TTARVEST. is over, and monoy will -®~fr soon be plentiful, so order your NEW SUIT now. The increase and reputation which our Tailoring Department is gaining is sufficent guarantee of- the Style and 1 Quality of our SUITS. YOU WANT the Best that Money can buy, and we are ready to give it. SWANSON, BURNETT STREET. ASHBURTON. " / ■ " ~Z THE MARK OF I jTSYEARSREPUWriQN •■■*■■ ' '' * Schnapps The Purest Spirit in the world

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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