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BUSINESS NOTICES. . _ ____________________________ - ■ \ A VERY SPECIAL ITEM OF INTEREST TO EVERY- ! BODY WHO IS OUT FOR GOOD CHEAP BOOTS. ! • . I THE GREATEST SALE OF THE SEASON NOW ON. | £4000 WORTH OF BOOTS AND SHOES, ' ! ' ALL GREATLY REDUCED. " M IF YOU MISS THIS, YOU LOSE MONEY READ THIS PRICE LIST. : ___,! LADIES. 1 MEN'S. | LOT 10. LOT 20." ! Lace and Button Boots and Shoes, Men's Box Lace Boots, sewn soles, \ " Krippendorf's" and other well- Round toe; wonderful value— ' known makes—Were 19/6 to 26/-, All reduced to 11/3 pcs- pair. > Now only 7/3 pair. . ■ ■ ' I LOT 11. LOT 22. \ Tan Glace Kid Lace and Button Real Glace Kid Lace Boots, sewn Shoes, welted; the noted " Krip- soles. The Cheapest Boot m New | pendorf's" Shoes; were 24/- Zealand. I Now under price— Only 10/4 pair. Now only 13/9 per pair, b ' LOT 12. LOT 24. | Black Glace Kid Derby Shoes, very 30 pairs of Black Box Calf Lace.' 8 smart shape, wonderful value, Boots, Welted; usual price 20/- f Only 13/6 per pair Now only 15/3 per pair, g Baby's Shoes greatly roduced at Travellers' Samples in Youths' g 6d per pair and 1/- per pair. Boots, Ail at Cost Price. I LOT 16. ' ' LOT 25. Travellers' Samples in Ladies very Black Glace Kid and Box Lace smart Boots and Shoes, all at cost g Qot very smart shapes, sewn prices.—Don't miss this lot. Ihe „.._„,„ « -_ • smartest Shoes seen. Call in and soles.— Now only 16/9 per pair. . see these. _. I ! LOtTd. LOT 26. . Children's "Tan Glace Kid, Lace and Shooters in splits, and kips, all reButton Boots, sewn soles. Half duced. Some samples very cheap. TuTui™*^*- "' Special ™]™ in Solid LeSthcr All 5/- per, pair. Shooters at 14/3 per, pair. , Prices. jSlippors.—Slippers all reduced. ; Gd Tins Polish, now 3 Tins for Bd. Si COME m AND SEE OUR ODDMENTS, , NEARLY GIVEN AWAY. ! WONDERFUL BARGAINS. GREAT REDUCTIONS. DON'T MISS THIS SALE. COME--EARLY, AND AVOID THE. RUSH,., CASK ONLY. NO APPROS. ZEALANDIA BOOT' STORE. J TANCRED STREET — ASHBURTON. j fSEEN THE NEW AUTUMN FASHIONS AT HEFFORD'S? If not, make i| your business There's a gorgeous display of every tiling that's beautiful in MILLINERY AND WOMEN'S "Really lovely "is the opinion of those who have inspected them. I The daintiest " creations " that eyes ever beheld. ■ Smart Costumes, too, that the most fashionable women . .j, i • will be pleased to don. ' -- V ■ - Innumerable is the selection of elegant and attractive wear so make a point of seeing; Hefrord's New Autumn . .; -..display soon. A' G. HEFFORD &: CO., f.A. THE CORNER - - - ASHBURTON. , y_ mW mmmmmmmmmm^^*mmc_mm_wmmmeH_ammm^mmmmmmm^mm ■ ■ - CAR PAINTING- j KEROL, „ „ i THE GERM KILLER. HAVING moved into my New Mo- { tor-Car and Carriage Painting \ -ks specially designed and one of 1 Twenty-four /times the strength the'mo't no-id-date "Paint Shops in of pure Carbolic Acid, yet nonCanterbury' lam ftillv equipped for- • poisonous and non-corrosive. AbPaintiiiii Motor Cars and all Classes of solute protection against disease Vehicles at shortest notice. My works and sickness, are dust and fire-proof, with a separate An Exce || ent Cleanser, VS£ ISs of Motor Car Enamels Pleasant: In «,. Bath. ... and Varnishes always on' hand. Wanted m the Home, Farm,, . . _ Stable, Poultry Yard, etc. E. LITHGOW, '.-Gallon at 4s. 1-Gallon at 7s 6d. AQWRTfPTON MOTOR CAR AN_ —- CARRIAGE PAINTING WORKS, 4QHH ORR AND CO.'S/Right Opposite Hy. Stephenaoa, ■■■■', ■■. Auctioneer), . EAST STREET STOREY HAVELOCK STRESS - 'Phone 42.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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