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EXQUISITE CARPETS AND RUGS, New Season's Goods which have just come to. hand in g-reat variety and unexampled quality. Ours is the House for CARPETS/ and this display is, if anything, an improvement on its predecessors, 1L There are ideal Carpets for every room, wonderfully lux- - ; 'urious fabrics with deep, close piles and gorgeous colourings. • ■ , ■ We unhesitatingly recommend these Carpets for general appearance and •long' wear; A great variety of patterns and colourings.- "'■'"•* .«-.■-. YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. FURNISHERS. ASHBURTON.* T. H. Undrill & Co. t-tt^NTSHERS. ASHBURTON. • . _ _ __ _ ___ , . . - ■^■MH__KS3_B__B —_B_l__B_B_» Care—Free. Air—Free [f you we not always a patron of the FARMERS' GARAGE, we invite you te try out the many advantages that we can offer you. Our Garage is spacious and fitted with two large car turntables. If you're an amateur driver, you will be delighted with the ease of car operation within our walls, and if you are an old hand you will appreciate the use of modern Garage equipment. Our High Pressure Free Air Service is a boon in i itself to car ownerß, tyre inflating with' this wonderful machine )b a pleasure. Proper tyre pressure means longer tyre life. The FARMERS' GARAGE is the home of the . , careful motorist—the man who wants the best car service that modern.times can offer. Will you visit *os next tinm you come to toirn ? FARMERS' GARAGE! "THE HOME OF THE MOTOR CAR." P'HONIA — An Ideal Towc for TJ IDERS of Harley Davidson * »i.l anaemic worsen and girl*. jLXj Indian Motor Cycles cau tmw makes good red blood. 2s a bottle.—-procure 29 z 8 diti-her " l)r**J Bonnington'B Pharmacy. nought* " from *n» dealer.

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

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

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