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CUNNINGHAM'S THE . PRIGI-CUTTERS WEAR-WELL BOOT STORE. WEAR-WELL BOOT STORE. GIGANTIC BOOT SAIL 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 GLAGTE KID MEN'S BOX OALP 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 355. 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 6d<; sold 27s 6d. elsewhere 455. LADIES' PATENT COURT SHOES; MEN'S CROCKETT and JONES'S latest shapes—27S 6d; usually Tan Willow and Bos 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—3os; usually 425. 12s 6d and 13s 6d; every pair Large Tins Pacific BOOT POLISH, guaranteed. 1d 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. § Warm Underclothing NOW THAT WINTER'S HERE. We qan 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, v 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. M CDQNALD&DUNLOP \ EAST STREET. . •.'■■••■ 'PHONE2gL_ General Allenfoy Crossing the Desert in a Ford "F" writing in the London Daily Mail says: "The last / saw of General Allenby was at his Desert Headquarters before Gaza, a year ago, sitting upright in a Ford Car—the King of the Desert and the only car that will tackle the sandl" In Egypt and Mesopotamia, in France and Belgium, on every Front in this war the Ford has proved itself time and again to be "the only car*' to tackle and triumph over the worst conditions of road and track. That is why the Ford is the car for New Zealand—best for all roads, for all weathers and all seasons. The Colonial Motor Co! Limited " Auckland - - Wellington if. E. RULE, AS HBURTGN, Agent Our Best Advertisement ISN'T Printed. It's the continual satisfaction of clients who laud our work and merchandise—that makes our Garage well-known for its service. Wo have a progressive ideal—aiming at better methods for to-morrow—leaving nothing andone to excel in our business. Motor Repair Work is our Specialty. Expert Mechanics give thorough . and expeditious attention to every job. And our charges are as reasonable as good work allowß. Tyre Stocks .are good to-day. The Best Brands in all sizes at popular prices. Theso are facts ! Test thorn I (F. WEAR.) BURNETT STREET. Telephone 220. »£^ LJQiRUCKS 1 MALTED &&%^ MILK Baby knows the difference. *%. « i^"^b»fc %&J^ '•" 'Ulow **llrt c AriTei apm this miSy aMmUalcd avaruhing food. ™M,WAA'fc*V^Siiv^^. lfc««fort inutl en «lw«y» havug OtnXK&^'bS^r J^^ ■, Horlkk't M*h«d Milk for kin. ■■; s»«^i??4si^^^SL*^l>j^S'' a Write for sample, sandlno 24 kt W&Hf*sKtfi/ Mt >i# }/§ I y». J«nx««» «»* tytow. H.S.W. - csss -Mm * I&Mi^k. ——w—m—■*———■>■——*^—^ v? There ia no Shortage of Sapplkw.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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