TO THE PUBLIC The great success attending our trading during the past year is prompting us to further exertions to exceed it for the year 1907. During the year that is past we endeavoured (aod we think with success) to give as good or even better value than could be obtained elsewhere. This applies to goods at regular prices, in special lines that our buyer often picks up at low prices. The values are so umnistakeable that even the poorest judge cannot fail to see them. Tnis fact is so well known, now that we only need to advertise a special line as being below value tj clear it in a very few days. OUR INTENTIONS FOR 1907 Are to import and sell good to the best qualities in all classes of Drapery at as low a margin of profit as possible. Any lines bought under market value customers to have the benefit of the saying effected. Our semi-annual sales to be conducted on our well-known principle of no exaggeration or untruths of any sort. Courtesy and the utmost attention to be given to every customer. LASTLY We trust that if you are a lover of fair dealing, and like to get good value for your mouey, that yon will give us the whole or part of your custom for 1907. Thomson and Beattie (Ltd)., INVERCARGILL, GORE, AND OTAUTAD.
The Art of Giving Good Value for cash is practised At LADBROO’KS Cycle and Phono Store, Tay street.
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 46, 12 January 1907
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 46, 12 January 1907
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