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PROVIDES THE MEN OF THIS DISTRICT WITH AN j^^^PL^'^^ ill ■ UNRIVALLED OPPORTUNITY TO SELECT THE I BEST OF WINTEK WEAR! jißfi/ [Ifl //' \x\\vshi We have opened up a shipment of MEN'S WEAR that is in the 'JSwiSIW-l'Sfflluif^ height of preva'Eiing styles. Included in the -a wy, ' r^Xy II I t* WJftr^l UNDERWEAR SECTION V ljl/sfffl P We, have chosen the wear, for Winter with special care. ■ -jSri^^^^^^S J ' iß^^Ml • SINGLETS, UNDERPANTS, AND SHORTS, in Strong Wealing I \-T «^B ALL-WOOL MATERIALS, and Wool and .Cotton Mixtures. %tmjpr ± v Egftl/p, , \^j [^ ,fflU - PYJAMAS'OF PRONOUNCED MER37, made of warm, "comfy" r':> ''. IJj |X |M|E . READY-TO-WEAR SUITS . that will .fit any figure. All leading < rj^Mw^tWT itflH makes of Stylish Suits stocked. * tC'Z * I TUmW-Hil^ I ll^H OVEiRCOATS AND RAINCOATS for the wet weather. Smart, & Jl .1 ralliml ( H^^ sensible, Coats that will keep the rain out. . *—- l» ■-^8li" ". , j^/\'rtJUl!l } Wm* HATS OF DECIDED STYLE—Soft Felts and Velours in leading " ' S|vM'/|mU \W i | SHIRTS, TIES,. AND SOCKS for Men of Taste, in all qualities. f wl) |tt I |^^jJ /■ ; PRE-EMINENTLY THE LEADING STORE IN THIS DISTRICT * I I! ■ i FOR EVERYTHING IN MEN'S ATTIRE. Bl 1/1/ Hi I I/B '% CALL IN AND SEE OUR EASTER DISPLAY. f'" Dll 1/W \f^ ANDREW APR A CO LTD THE ■ SPECIALTY' MOUBEV- . ..■ ASHBURTON.

j^r%,- Boys and Youths mM\'-'. mm winter boots f§ \ Q^ Special Cut Prices BOYS' Stout Chrome Calf Derby. BOOTS; special, screwed soles, broad "CROWN BRAND BOYS' Box Calf DERBY BOOTS.—Stout soles; toes. All solid leather. Soles well sprigged. Sizes 7,: 8, 9, 13S 6dj leather, lined; waterproof tongues; broad toes—Sizes 7, .8,..,9—158 10, 11, 12 13, 148 9d; 1 and 2,,178 9d; 3, 4, s—lßß 9d. ' / 9d; 10, 11, 12, 13— 16s 9d; size I—l9B 9d; size 2, 21s; sizes 3, 4, r> BOYS! Extra Stout Chrome Calf DERBY BOOTS. Toe and Heel Plates. s—2ls 6d. " Waterproof Tongues. Broad Toes. Made to stand up to the hardest «'ZEALANDIA BRAND" BOYS' Chrome" DERBY BOOTS.—Stout ' ( wear. Sizes 10, 11, 12, lg—lss. 9d; size.l, 178 9d; sizes 2, 3, 4 and soles splendid boots for school wear. Sizes 7, 8, 9—lss 9d; 10, 11, s—l9S 9d. 12, 13—17S 6d; Size I—lBS 9d;,Sizes 2, 3, 4, 5—23S 6d. BOYS' Highest Grade Chrome Calfi DERBY BOOTS; unlined uppers, BOYS' BOX CALF DERBY BOOTS; Stout Soles; waterproof toncstra stout soles; toe and heelplates; broad toes. Sizes 7, 8, 9, gues; broad toes; grand Best B»ots for winter wear—Sizes 7, 15S 3d; sizes 10, 11, 12 andl3+-16s 9d; Size'l^-IBr9d';;sizes 2, 3, 8, 9—166 9d; sizes 10, 11, 12, 13—17S 9d; size I—l9S 9d; size 4, s—2ls 6d. 2j 21* 6d. "ZEALANDIA BRAND" BOYS''Chrome DERBYS—Unlined uppers, ZEALANDIA BRAND BOYS' Chrome BALS.—Unlined uppers, extra , waterproof tongues, toe and.hoel plates. Sizes 7, 8j 9—l6S 9d; . stout soles, toe and heel plates; soles well sprigged. Sizes 7, 8, 9— sizes 10, 11, 12, 13—18s 9d;size I—l9B 9d 5 sizes 2, 3, 4, 5—23s Gd 15s 9d; sizes 10, 11, 12, 13—178 6d; size I—lßs 9d; sizes 2, 3, 4, 5 '" ' O'BRIEN'S "PREMIER BRAND" BOYS' Chrome Galf Derbys.— 23s 6d* Waterproof tongues • all seams sewn with wax thread. Soles wood YOUTHS' NAILED SHOOTERS—"Zealandia Brand"—Sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, pegged; toe and heel plates; broad toes. Size I—2lsjl—2lsj size 2, 22s 6d; ,s—lßs 9d. • ■ sizes 3, 4, 5—23S 6d. I ALL THE OTHER LINES STILL AT THE SAME CUT PRICES. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. HJUIiRY UP. HURRY UP , GOUGH $ SON, .■■■. ■ ■ • * THE PRICE CUTTERS. .IANCEED STREET, (Old ZEALANDIA Boot Store), ' '

TK^^^Js^^; andßucsat- p CAM lED HAY ' ■^^^^^^_^^. i■■ ■ .'".■ .■■■.■■;'■ r wLI-rlli"Ui ■ BJM I . ©^BSSIII WffM WBM l^Bn^lHp-' *v^,... n .*.~« That's a recommendation of the Health authoriSlmSt COVERIH.CS. ties, and will be adopted local^,. -,- . ' We 'are makin"" Nothing alarming is attached to the idea— *^^^^^^^^K^^ • Special Displays of merely a ■ wise precautionary measure. Its just Si EXQUISITE CARPETS AND RUGS. * or'after the general turnout of the home and , i premises comes the final clean-up—a time of scrub- ' ■ o _, i-ii • bing and disinfecting. Nothing expensive needed— ISew oeason a uoods which nave just come to hand in things ar© most effective. Brooms, Brushes great .variety and unexampled quality. and Buckets are all you need, augmented by good soaps and sanitary fluids. Nothing better than Ours is the.House for CARPEIs, and this display is, if Sgffi"Sl^S^ SOA?S ' JE™' FLUID ' anything, an improvement on its predecessors. When its all aver take erery stain from your There are ideal Carpets for every room, wonderfully lux- hands. wit£ the effoetive OLD DUTCH Hand Soap— xirious fabrics with deep, clos piles and gorgeous colour- &>od in the bath) ***' mgs. For a quick, tasty snack for Clean-up Day Tea —try a "SPONGIE" SPONGE OAKF We unhesitatingly recommend these Carpets for gen .„' „ _ , eral appearance and long wear A great variety of pat- in pi^n Promp? wSrtS^ f >Ph°ne ' °r terns and colourings. I • ' YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. | ■ ■ | <y^ ~f-^ mm^^h^ '^X'C^ FTONISHEES. ASHBTOTOK. J^ JjjJJJJ BROS Til II I "I! Qf\ . GROCERS AND MERCHANTS. I . n. Undrill & bo. «*-* FURNISHERS. ASHBURTON. BURNHTT STREET. J.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9592, 23 April 1919

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9592, 23 April 1919

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