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—RED OXIDE P; ROOF AND BARN PAINT. For Preserving and Beautifying Iron Roofs, this Fine ' Paint has no equal. It ts a soft red, economical and i smooth working Paint, which covers well and does not | \ blister, crack, or peel. j$ Besides being a Roof Paint it is splendid for Painting I „ Tanks, Composition Roofings, Fences, and Farm Buildings. It is cheap in price, and the ingredients are the best pro- ' curable, ensuring long service. There is now no need for if | i unpainted buildings about the Farm when this good Paint • ■ I * . ?; . is so easily and Cheaply procurable. I' , 4 12s 6d Per Cation. -JOHN ORR & CO. (HARDWARE MERCHANTS. EAST STREET. ('PIMM 41). ASHBURTON. j % _ __I__^. — ' - ■i .■: v.:. I CLEAN-UP DAY That's a recommendation of the Health authori- * ties, and will be adopted locally. Nothing alarming is attached to the- _ idea— ' :' merely a wise precautionary measure. Its just as well to be ready for it. For after the general turnout ot the home and premises comes the final clean-up—a time of scrubbing and disinfecting. Nothing expensive Beeded-r----simple~ things are most effective. Brooms, Brushes and Buckets are all you need, augmented by good soaps' and sanitary fluids. Nothing better shan LIFEBUOY and BORAX SOAPS, JEYES' FLUID, KEROL and DI-OXIDE. When its all over take every Btajn from your hands with the effective OLD DUTCH ;Hand Soapgood in the bath, too. For a quick, tasty snack for Clean-up Day Tea —try a "SPONGIE" SPONGE CAKE. All these sold here—Order by card, 'Phone, or in person. Prompt Deliveries. KEivR BROS I GROCERS AND MERCHANTS. • Telephone 96. BURNETT STREET. m ' * i i** MEN WANTED. V|fflH -ppW ZEALAND wants men to-daj __„___ and J. HENDERSON, the Popu- rf — 3ar Outfitter., wants men to wear the t,™™^™ * m;e BROWNIES from 10/6. -Best-Clothes and Boots,, available at - All Sizes of Kodak Films, Papers, ! Reasonable Prices. and Developers. vA Wide Selection of Good Quality r. TOT TV, CHEMIST. .Items to Select from. — RITFTTM ATTSM Every Returned Soldier should try UIIIJ UllliillMlli , . , HAS MET ITS MATCH. ;.and buy from— '^^X Rheumaline-Oxygena has dismissed _nn«n_ r»i atuiup l»A it from the ailments which people are ARCADE CLUTHINU bU. compelled to suffer because there is no remedy. You who suffer from RHEU- _■____ MATISM, SCIATICA, or KINDRED (CORNER ARCADE AND BURNETT TROUBLES can learn how hundreds STREET. £1 have been cured to stay cured. We can show you the record dating back mar»y years, and the list of grateful peop'e ■t wvwTVJT'T}Qf"W is mounting by leaps and bounds. J. HENDERSON. -^ ._ &n .^^ f „ om one Tegti . monial. Mr Dickson, 62 Bannister Street, _M_Bi_H_M_«__«_---_a_ Masterton, says: "It is a wonderful ' ■ remedy. No one need suffer from ■ _-i ____«___«___-. RhGumat i ßni) if they only give your - ■ ■ —- remedy a fair trial." • The original of this testimonial and FOUR Packets Quick-Set Jellies Is. many others can Be seen at the Com--B'Packets Gold Star Custard pany's Rooms. _ . Powder Is/2 Packets White's Flaked .That is the word of experience. It Rice Is, 3 Pea Soup Sausages Is, 4 YOU suffer will pay yo* towaq uire Sand Soap Is. 3 Cakes Goblin Toilet. Our Free Booklet tells the story. .J? ill ■Soap Is, 3 Old Dutch Hand Soap Is, m the Coupon and one will be sent U 3 Cakes Swan Toilet Soap Is, 3 Tins you without ddayWtrin^rrttA nipanser ls and 6 Fly - FREE COUPON. Wyandotte Ueanser is, ana b _jy DOMINION RHEUMATIC ltoUs lß' ; CURE PTY., LTD., BUXTON AND THOMAS, Hellaby's Buildings, P. 0., Box 369. AUCKLAND. Triangle Store*. Pleas© send me the Free Book about ■■■'•■:- ,/.-V; -.--i •'■ * Rheumatism mentioned in tHe "Guar_Ti ET ' a - Stopper' Hot, diaa," Ashburton, A\U.9d\ *Ut Wfttef' Bottle'for this Winter—• the Unig-e is toade 'by the North; jxame.... ...» British - 'Co. -'ftim * "finest phintationj , ...^ •rubberf It won?t burst or ieak-^-make Aaanta .-...».».» '-< -<are o^braz^^emg'oti^-eftk of'feottlo. {,j

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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