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NOW IS YOUR CHANCE - - MANCHESTER - - \gl %& Maw %9 m We have Just Opened a Comprehen- BY PURCHAS .NG YOUR REQUIREMENTS sive Range of Fabrics in this Depart- FROM ment, and advise j PERBONAL INSPECTION. MOORE'S These Goods were bought some considerable time and have just come Special Attention is drawn to our large stock to hand, representing at least a saving of JJOEROCKSES' Flannletees, Longcloths, Maof 26 per cent, on present market dapolams, Calicoes, Sheetings, Shirtings, Woolvalues, ettes, Drills, Blousings, Nainsooks, and Pillow Cottons. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY FOR PRICES, at MOORE'S House for Good Value. CORNER EAST AND MOORE STREETS. ASHBUBTOM. j

DID YOU FEEL WE PAJN TO-DAY? How has the back been to-day P Maybe it causal you to groan often. But surely you haven't given up hope of ever effecting a remedy—just because many so-called remedies have failed you. Get a bottle of the pure, sure and oronipt. DR PATCH'S AKEGO (ACHE-GO) "MADE FROM HEALING HERBS." It has brought welcome relief, healthand happiness to hundreds who had considered their cases hopeless. Real martyrs they were, till Akego (Achego), got on the job. It eliminates all Uric Acid—the canse of Backache— from the system. AN EX-MARTYR'S TESTIMONIAL. "I have much pleasure in recommending your "Akego" to anyone suffering with backache arising from Kidney trouble, of which I have been a great sufferer for some time. A friend of mine told me of "Akego," which 1 purchased from Scofield'e Dispensary, Dunedin. I have taken two bottles, and since then I had no return of the pain. I feel that the remedy is going to be permanent, as it is sis weeks since 1 had the last dose. I now feel better than I have for years. I have recommended to several lady friends who are getting beneficial results. There are dozens more like this one. Get your bottle to-day. 2s 6d, ss, 10s, all Chemists and Stores. " |.-:iij Take a glassful of Stevens *'•""-"-- Health Salt—the pleasant and popular health saline. In a lev/ days you will prove its power , to banish mental and phy,-ica> lassitude and restore the vir.i •nd vigour of healthful efficiency. 3/6 par bottle All Chemists -nd Store- 8 HOLIDAY TIME is KODAK TIME. Full Stock of KODAKS from 40/BROWNIES from 10/6. , All Sizes of Kodak Films, Papers, and Developers. R. TOTTY, CHEMIST.

PH(BiIX ROOFING. THE BEST MATERIAL FOR fOTOR SHEDS, STABLES, and FARM BUIILDINIGS. THIS is the best Ready-to-Lay Roofing it is possible to pro- | duce. It is tough, durable, and weather-proof; won't dry out j with the sun, nor split nor crack. It is made of the Finest j j Natural Asphalt combined with tough materials to form a I proofing unaffected by age or weather. Sparks will not ignite I it so that it in as safe as an iron or tile roof. It is easy to | lay, and once securely cemented and nailed it is a permanent R rooi of some beauty—especially when painted. B Any handy man can lay the PHQUNIX JMWj*^ direC" tions on each roll, and all fixin materials included. It can be used on flat or steep roofs with satisfactory rems_cb—without special tools. I PR ICE—433 for tO Sq. Feet. Complete with Nail and Cement. JOHN ORR &' CO- , HARDWARE MERCHANTS. East Street. (Thone 42). AshburtonI 10 REASONS WHY 10 f *" NJR " I lnrlprwp#_r I mT IB ■■ I i Ira H(aH m H «R- W wl off V■■ Hfi *_ \ II B3#'ta *l_^i_li^Vi 0i VvLI 3 | • IS GOOD. € fi. Perfect Comfort. | K3f f^^ r^**^ \ $ 2. No irritation. | \ S 3. Good Fit. Men's Fleecy-lined Singlets and * £ 4. Splendid Wear. 2s 9d» 3s 11d. \ \ s.Ease Of Movement. Men's Wool Mixture Underwear J f . _.v- * 4s3d, SS, 5S 6d, 6s 6d, BS. \ V 6. Natural Shape. g € \ M Men's Heavy All-Wool Singlets \ \ 7. Full Sleeves. and Pants i_ > |8. Always Dependable, j 6s 6d, 7s 6d, 8s 9d, 10s. | > 9. Good Health. Men's Fine All-Wool Singlets > £ 10. Good Temper. | 10s 3d, 11s, 12s 6d, 13s 6d. « /^lbthing Factory J

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9598, 30 April 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9598, 30 April 1919

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