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I The Fine Art of Value Giving I DEMONSTRATED IN EVERY PAIR OF OUR GOLDEN-VALUE FOOTWEAR. THE 'FARMERS'" Amalgamation Scheme has resulted in 12 Branches pooling their ' orders. Instead of the usual small lines—the ordinary method of a local house—dozens of pairs of each line are ordered. The basis of all ordering is prompt cash/ and you can imagine the concessions accruing from such a system of purchasing. We are thus placed entirely beyond competition—a Boot at our prices is often 25 per cent, better value than a competitive boot at the same price. That's value-giving if you like. We offer an immense stock of Boots and Shoes in the very latest shapes, in all sizes for Men, Women, and Children. Some very economically priced, others represent the utmost value the Boot Trade can give to-day. QUALlTY—that's our guarantee and your safeguard. Come up and see the best footwear values of the day. LADIES' PATENT AND GLACIE SHOES—In Bar., LADIES'. BOX CALF SHOES, in the Crockett and Strap, and Court Styles. Splendid Values. Jones's New Styles. LADIES' GLACIE KID HIGH-LEG BOOTS, also in. LADIES' GLACIE KID C. and J; SHOES, j Bos Calf— Crockett and Jones's Best Values. LADIES' PATENT LEATHER BOOTS, with Bnir Fi no, for Winter. toned-Fawn Legs. . ' ''' WARM-LINED GLACIE KID SEAMLESS BOWES, .■'■■' for• elderly ladies. Grand for Winter. Will make Grannie a Real Preseai. «—S 'WARM GAITERS for Ladies and Girls.,, wMKp#*i| • GIRLS' and MAIDS' GLACIE KID AND B©X ■^^Pjiij^jjil CALF BOOTS. Also Strong Chrome Boots fwv » School and Country Wear, % sV^^*\?wi GIRLS' and MAIDS' GLACIE KID AND BOX S^PfifIHHMNSII^ INFANTS' SHOES AND BOOTS in every style— a !\V*^B|^B^^HB^V^2HC&. wonderful assortment. • .... O^fl^HfilinHfHgß^ GET THESE BEFORE WINTER COMES. "^HBSMHBBWBgSfc^ THIGH; .GUM BOOTS, with Leather Bottoms. 1 KNEE GIJM BOOTS, with*' Leather Bottoms. .' THIGH and, KNEE RUBBER-SOLED GUM BO€>TS. ,t. '#s^ifciSKSiC BOYS' KNEE GUM BOOTS. Size 2 to-5. : LADIES' BEST RUBBER GUM BOOTS; all .sizes. '.-V^l^fei|^^^^^^2P FOOTBALL BOOTS of. .the most reliable grade, m^^^^^^^^^ sizes 5 to 10. - j , vnnmmmxT TimppH cnnnTOPQ GENTLEMEN'S PATENT AND GLACIE RIB Our Famed "NORTHERN LIGHT" SH.OOTERS. AND EVENING SHOES, for Dancing and Drees MEN'S NAILED KEP SHOOTERS, sizes 5 to 12. 'Wear. MEN'S KIP SHOOTERS, with steel points. MEN'S STOUT LEATHER SLIPPERS, for indoor BOYS' STRONG KIP WATERPROOF SCHOOL and outdoor wear. • BOOTS, sizes 2to 5. MEN'S AND BOYS' HIGH-GRADE GOLOSHES, BOYS' HEAVY CHROME SCHOOL BOOTS, Heel with high storm fronts. and Toe Plates, sizes 7—5. CROCKETT AND JONES'S FOOTWEAR P©E BOYS' BEST BOX CALF and GLACIE KID "Lit- MEN, for test wear and heaviest work. They ■ tie Gents'" BOOTS, sizes 7—5. all give the sanie satisfactory service. ■ GENTS' STOUT FEL9\ warm lined SLIPPERS, with The FAMOUS C. and J. ,2680 ' BLADDER-LINED ■ leather soles—buy a pair and you'll never have BOOT is still the most popular Waterproof Boot ■ cold feet this winter. made for men. Nothing to equal it. ■ ALL THE BEST DOMINION AND. HOME BRANDS OF FOOTWEAR ARE STOCKED. !■ 5 PER CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH. I N.Z. FARMERS CO-OP., BOOT AND SHOE SPECIALISTS. I ASHBURTON'S GREATEST STORE. WEST STREET. | i •■• •■ • ■..*■. ' ■ ■ ■. IH

Bl , .—. — " The Best Car i n the World - - Or Anywhere Else - - OVERLAND.' Farmers' Garage. —RED OXIDE 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 (or 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 fcr ; unpainted buildings about the Farm when this good Paint A is so easily and Cheaply procurable. ■ 12s 6d Per CialiO|. __JOHN ORR & CO. HARDWARE MERCHANTS. '■. - CAST STREET. ('Plwnt ««). ASHRURTtfM,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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