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- Rfisiis for .M^M. t Winter J Jv\ t COMBINING IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE /Ml I UW «f _ .. SMARTNESS AND REAL . . Vm^n^^l R Cold Weather Comfort- . r : " We have just opened a further shipment of BEAU- ;|J f • ..-.| . 11>1 ML" . : TIFUL TWEED COATS in Threequarter length. Coats . i | I !S' that must attract by their outstanding charm and style. | I| I 11 1. C THIS IS A FORTUNATE PURCHASE, .', j |I I MB And Ladies contemplating the acquisition of a Good Coat ! iM II f II f"j for Winter should avail themselves of this excellent oppor- \. j 1 j I £ ANDREW ORR & CO., LTD. ulf^ I I THE SPECIALTY HOUSE. ASMBURTON. Jk js\ Special Cut Prices JE\ KM Children's and Girls' fj footwear \jmy QT FOR EASTER PURCHASERS. CHILDREN'S PATENT LEATHER BAR SHOES; stout soles— GIRLS' PATENT LEATHER BAR SHOES ;._ broad toes, up-to-date Sale Prica (4-6) Ss 3d. shape; all solid leather.— Sale Prices (7-t©> from 10s 9tf; ( (ti-1) from 12s; (2-5) from 14s ed, CHILDREN'S BLACK AND TAN CALF SANDALS; Velclsheon Flcxi- GIRI/S' BOX CALF DERBY SHOES; bi-oad +«es, smart sliape; alt ble Soles; Easily Price, 4s 11d. solid leatiier. Sale PrJoes-(7-1&) from in 9d; (11-1) from 14s; (2-4) 16S 6d. , CHILDREN'S PATENT BAR SHOES; Veldshion—(4-6) 5S 11d; (7-10) GIRLS' BOX CALF BAR SHOES; broad toes; all solid leather; splendid winter shoes—Sale Prices (7-10) from ics 9d; (11-1) from 12s 6S 11d' 6d; (2-3) 15s 3d. CHILDREN'S GLACE ANKLE SHOES; pump soles; splendid value— GIRLS' BOX CALF DERBY BOOTS; broad toes; all solid leather.— (3-6)-4tato Price 3s lid and 5s 11d. Sa'e Prices («) iss 9d 5 <10"13> 16s **'> Sk2e lj 17S 6d' GIRI/S' GLACE KID DERBY BOOTS; patent caps; Suede lined; all CHILDREN'S BOX CALF DERBY BOOTS; all solid leather, just the leather. Sale Prioes—(7-9) 14S 9<*; (10-13) 15S 9d; (1) 16s 9d; Boot for Winter wear—(3-6) Sale Price, 8S 11d. . («) US 9d; (3) 18S 9d. ALL THE OTHER LINES STILL AT THE SAME CUT PRICES. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. HURRY UP. HURRY UP. I GOUGH $ SON, THE PRICE CUTTERS. JANGRED STREET. (Old ZEALANDI A Boot Store), ASHBURTON. Al TAII lin niu iuipr^3F^l^Tl and RUGS at ' ■■I rAni.llr' lluY *]L^^::^?^ undrilus. That's a recommendation ol' the Health authori- (o^^^^L^il vftoifinßk WxMvk wwlfflP 1 ties, and will be adopted locallf IHP BSmß^ COVERINGS. Nothing alarming is attached to the idear- wMwSr Wp art* raaidniv merely a wise precautionary measure. Its just &l j&BEsS&v&ammSeis&SSttPS* o • V rV- i aJXi"b well to bo ready for it- bpcciai Displays of jpr after the general turnout of the home and rAT?PT?TQ AWT* PTTPS premises comes the final clean-upx-a time of sernb- UiAyUIMIJi LAXl JJilb AJMJJ itULrb. bing and disinfecting. Nothing expensive needed— ■ ' , '- , - • , simple/things are most effecUye. Brooms, Brushes , Js" e w Season's Goods which 'kave just Come to. liand in--y'-'r:t^&^^'t^^^^^'"SSL ffreat yariciy and unexampled q^)i*y . • ' LIFEBUO¥ and BORAX SOAPS, FLUID, . . 4 n , , . -,- , . „ •KBii-OL and DI-OXroF- Ours is the House for CARPETb, and this display is, if A , A . anything, an improVement on. its predecessors. When its all ov^er take every stain from y«w , hands with the effective OLD DUTCH Hand Soap— m , „ . « . _• • j i>'n V good in tho bath, tw>. There are ideal Carpets for every soom, wonderfully luxurious fabrics with deep, elos piles and gorgeous rolourFor a quick, tasty snack for Clean-up Day Tea ina^ —try a "SPONGIE" SPONGE OAKF fek" All these sold here—Order by card, 'Phone, or c unhesitatingly recemniend these ,Carpets for gen. in person. Prompt Beliveries. er:il appearance and long yveai' 'A great variety of patterns and colourings, TB^TEjITD *T3^ T^T^ YOVU INSPECfnONJWTITED, ' ; "jLiiJUIJT *V By- I*^ *v\J|O PTJRNiSHERS. ASHBWETON. (GROCERS AND MERCHANTS. | «■■ ■|111 ■■ 11 rf% £\ Teiephone96 I I H IJnnrill £m (jO BUBNEIT STREET. I " " ■ *■■ WIIUI 111 .%JL UVI

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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