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II .■- 1. Two Noteworthy Fabrics I OBTAINABLE ONLY AT I "THE FARMERS." I Sent to us direct by the Manu- I facturer. I Lista Silk. _ Crepe Anglais:'.( ■ ' _HB«-_--_M--i ______ \ This really wonderful AIl-Sltk . The same maker, sends us this Material has kept its foremost posi- . sptonlid Silk and Wool Cloth. There's tion from the day we took up its. ex- nothing like it anywhere, either in elusive sale. We have just obtained range of colours or in quality. You another direct consignment of wonder- must call and see it yourself—if you fully pretty designs and dainty plain live too far away, we'll gladly send colours. Extra heavy weight material you samples if you write to us. Crepe ; and very serviceable. Proved to be Anglais comes \n the following selfthe greatest wearing Silk Fabric, and shades:— possesses truly wonderful washing Pink, Helta, Dark Sky, Steel Grey,, qualities. Used extensively for Blou- —_»_-_-__■ Sky ' A Pr'coff Slate, Saxe, Mar- . ses, Dresses, Costumes, Shirts, Py- "■»——— o^ French Grey, Mole, Mid* jamas, and Women's Underclothing. Grey, Navy, Black, and Cream. The moment you see it you'll re- —'— cognise its superiority. The most satisfactory fabric we Neither LISTA SILK nor CREPE have ever handled-ask any user. We ANGLAIS can be bought at any other guarantee you satisfaction. Once you store in the District. It's our exclu- . use ILISTA" Silk you'll be as en- siv« agency, thusiastic about it as we are. Bm|ght dJreCt from , he makeTS m ■■'■„.. huge quantities and priced for quick selling. _Z__H__--_Z Special Cash Discount on all PurCall and See the Fine LISTA chases, is, in the £.. GOODS. — , SEE THEM BOTH. ■■•■I ■' II iN.Z. FARMERS CO-OP., lASHBURTON'S GREATEST STORE. I WEST STREET. I GARAGING Jr^Jl AftAr OQtK MrlV HOLIDAY ro*E_is_Koa>AE; TIME.' -"^ ■ Ivl -_& W 111 ■WI Mijf ■ Fu]l gtoek O f KODAKS from 40/- , , BROWNIES from 10/6. AD Sizes of Kodak Films, Papers^" We have decided to make No More Charges for Car and Developers. _ Accommodation'aiier. above date, when the splendid service R- c^Jjg^ Y> of our huge Garage will be free to all Motorists. t ; ' '' ■■■'■* In conjunction with the Garage, we hold heavy stocks of MKk TYRES and SPARES, and. have the most scientifically ; . equipped workshop for handling. Repairs of every kind. An . _idßa£%—hl expert staff and modern'tools ■■ mean-mare-reasonable charges for better work. •,- " fltlWlQ BA°K T° Rule's- Garanp, «i«" d . iSm : w"te : lIUIv \J \A%JLI (AvlV west. illlf new rig FORD SERVICE STATION- ** 'Phone 202. ;.. ||l 'if ' OUT! Walking along our streets we aro ar- • Wfy Mm) *^m rested with such a question as "Will sk^ '\jr /^F^\ ffll 3'ou buy a flag?" Incorrect accent and fr? '^l *|M •.....-.- pronunciation are heard on all hands. g <>-» Sjb «£Hf WE are liere to supply all the needs The terse and pithy language of our n^ter^t^?* f* $ ol Keturued B°ys > and/whether it is forefathers is being forgotten, and B^ 1-^ V^S A SMART READY-TO-WEAR SUIT, even the most ordinary Scottish words W&IBISR \ t>ATP OP <sf>p-R-ff w -, are not understood. It is too evident •■. -J^bThL *«^H--4uL A PAIR OF SOOKb, or a that R". L. Stevenson's prophecy is Tl Jm^^^mßßSß^i _■ CO3IFY DRESSING GOWN, likely to be fulfilled, that "the day ijy f™^ '" AV^ „a n ffivfl you j ju t the ideal qualidraws near when the illustnoufe and "TO f S^RT VOUWflfit ties and "stvies at the most moderate malleable tongue shall be quite forgot- *■ *WM» J^J^** »f%UH» ™.\. e!) j ten." i One cannot be averse to mod-. . , ••" ._ - WE ORDERED EXTENSIVE crn education to some extent displac- \:'v^\ Is a ihort course or Ssteveni STOCKS ing the mother tongue; .but if*, neces- .^W^K Health Salt—the popular \ n anticipation of'unusual demands pSn^of ■?*£ :%^^SL& Vhe.lth.anne. Uhgte. ocensione/ the Boy S returning should keep the Scotish tongue from •lu.g»hne. ?l tone- the live home, and we can falling into utter, disuse. Our litera- and Agestive organs, an . SUPPLY ALL NEEDS IN CIVIL , ture, especially our lyric writings, are produces phywcal alcrtne CLOTHTNG TO THE VERY BEST ' the perfection of form and truthfulness and,, menial eljiciency. \t)VANT\GE I to life and Nature. It contains the glawful daily (ofafew mo AUU'NJ'MI choicest outpourings of genius of the ing. will prove itt re.toi» Look Us up—Right Wow! first water, the most exquisite gems of «»d «h,lar.ting effect.. A . «,....« ,« Burns and Scott, not to mention the ,„ _„ ?' 6PPr° r bo^L c ARCADE CLOTHING CO. great army of humbler writers whose * '' AI Chem*»t« »nd stor ■ T rrp-v^^ciw 1 • i t i **i .__^_____aw •* • at Jrfii i-*^i*fl«r77V/Jk^ • songs have gained world-wide re- -emm j _---->. -.. ■ . erary inheritance does not become "the ft. IW W P OOUR Packets Quick-Set Jellies' Is. ghost of speech; let us do our utmost JJ. Jj|r yf MJxWUf V 6 Packets Gold Star Costard to keep the Scots tongue, notwith- .^^ Powder 1, 2 Packets White's Flaked standing adverse prophecies, what it W»XllI T Rice Is, 3 Pea Soup Sausagee Is, 4 ns.?,^'WeeklV^oS: ljl|^j~~_ lap f^ \\ dS HaS %^U Wyandotte Cleanser Is, sod 6 FW '■, ... =r= „ • ~~^ —: : — — '-. Rolls Is. -■. :...-.;. ■ . .\ ' vr- ai. j. ' i'j • .i i ii. . •• . • TJIDERS of Harlev Davidson and ' -

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9611, 16 May 1919

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9611, 16 May 1919

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