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CUNNINGHAM'S THE PRICE-GUTTER. WEAII-WELL BOOT STOEE. WEAR-WELL BOOT STORE. GIGANTIC BOOT SALE. TAKE NOTE—That I have secured the services of MR CLIFTON KEAT, (late of Cough and Son, Chris "church and Ashburton) as Manager. LADIES' BOSTOCK GLACIE KID MEN'S BOX CALF COOKHAMS, BAR SHOES; Louis heel, latest leather lined; heavy soles; 29s toes—l4s 6d; sold elsewhere, 355. 6d; usually 425. LADIES' BOSTOCK GLACIE DER- MEN'S TAN WILLOW DERBY BY SHOES; patent caps; welted BOOTS; leather lined ; stout soles—2lS 6d; usually 3os. soles for winter—32s 6d; usually LADIES' GLACIE DERBY SHOES, 455. pat. caps; welted soles; Suck- MEN'S BOSTOCK GLACIE DERBY ling's Brand—l6s 11d; usually BOOTS; welted—29s 6tt; sold 27s 6d. elsewhere 45b. LADIES' PATENT COURT SHOES; MEN'S CROCKETT and JONES'S latest . shapes—27S 6d; usually Tan Willow and Box Calf Derby 355. ' BOOTS; less than cost—SOSLADIES' GLACIE DERBY BOOTS, usually 48s 6d. welted soles; smart heels—2ss NAILED SHOOTERS, pegged soles, 6d; usually 38s 6d. Suckling's Bros.' Best Quality— LADIES' GLACIE DERBY BOOTS; 18s 11d; usually 29s 6d. .pat. toes and golosh; the ideal MEN'S BLUCHERS, nailed or plain winter boot— 30s; usually 425. 12s 6d and 13S 6d; every pair Large Tins Pacific BOOT POLISH, guaranteed. Id" Per Tin; sold elsewhere 9d MEN'S KIP Whole Back NAILED per tin. SHOOTERS, heavy three-decker; BUCKLE LACES 9d pair, sold pegged soles; the ideal farm elsewhere Is 6d. boot—26s 6d; usually 355. BUY NOW, BY POST OR PERSONAL VISIT. EAST STREET. ASHBURTON. \ , ;', ■ \ „. ■MlM^i^l f wmmmmßoammmmmamnma BKfe jgMB BOfe. V : f\ ""V I i^\ ROOF AND BARN PAINT. For Preserving and Beautifying Iron Roofs, this Fine Paint has no equal. it is a soft red, economical and smooth working Paint, which covers well, and does not blister, crack, or peel. Besides being a Roof Paint it is splendid for Painting Tanks, Composition Roofings, Fences, and Farm Buildings. It is cheap in price, and the ingredients are the best procurable, ensuring long service. There is now no need for unpainted buildings about the Farm when this good Paint is so easily and Cheaply procuiable. 12s 6d Per Gallon. -JOHN ORR & CO. HARDWARE MSHCHAMTB. 'SA»T STREET. ('Wens «3». ABHIUHTOM. •. .-'<-. ■ tWarm Underclothing NOW THAT WINTER'S HERE. We can stand aback of every garment we sell, because we know It's quality. Pure Wool—woven by . the most up-to-date machinery, that is the guarantee. And you get the best Underclothing it is possible to purchase. The warm, cosy feel of our Garments is the sure indication, not alone of the purity of the wool, but of their grand protective quality too. They ward off liability to chills and make the keenest weather quite harmless. Purchasing good Underclothing is an investment. Poor sorts may cost less initially, but they cannot give the service nor comfort of these reasonably priced best kind. Buy the best and enjoy immunity from Winter ailments and unsatisfactory clothing. ' All sizes, long or short sleeves, and in several weights. i M®DOIIALD& OUNLOP EAST STREET. 'PHONE 29L__ II A SHIPMENT of Ford One-Ton \, | r\. Trucks has reached New Zealand. "Cjj Orders will be executed in rotation as '^£p~r, received. ■ Order Now! . N^l The Ford One-Ton Truck, recognised as the most -A- V. v B reliable Light Truck on the market, is a complete ;v Voc^ TNNB Truck Chassis built by the Ford Motor Company of '*—' Canada, Ltd. It carries with it the same service as "^^n the Ford Car. Let your local Ford Dealer arrange a jC demonstration. x^is, Prices: PS^ltfflTffS With Solid Rear With Pneumatic JMlttliu Tyre Equipment m 34 x 4Jin. Rear wU»Ei"| J-.0.8. Wellington £235. Tyre Equipment £245. *r j -V . D«*criptiTa Literature f tmm any 4t^ $ l-l tC> t!« C i. E. BOLE, A 8 HBURTON, Agent ""

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9594, 25 April 1919

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9594, 25 April 1919