THAT MAY OR MAY NOT COME OFF. Our Maori friends have been predicting- a severe winter, bnt as we have had lots of Maori predictions in former years of good or bad seasons without the season prophesied about being noticably different from other seasons, we need not roly implicitly on the present prophecy. BUT ALL THE SAME Our winters are severe enough any year to necessitate plenty of bed coverings to keep warm and snug. Therefore, ladies, see that your stock of BLANKETS is sufficient. A scanty supply means coughs and colds, a nd perhaps a big.doctor’s bill. It is false economy to grudge the price of an extra pair or two of good blankets. OUR RUAIMKET ORDEiRS Were placed with the mills before the recent advance in prices. We are therefore in a position to sell and are selling at old prices, and will continue to do so a-s long as our present stock lasts. This means, in plain language, without the use of any inflated adjectives, such as “'desperate cheap,’’ “wonderful bargains,’’ etc., that you can buy your Blankets from us at 2s to 4s per pair under to-day’s value. The chance to buy the class of BLANKETS that we get made up for us at such values does not often happen. COME and take advantage of it. Below we give a iist of sizes and prices : 9/4 Measures 6ft. Gin. by 4ft. Bin., at 15s 6d, 6ft. 9ia. by sft. at 17s 9d. 10/4 Measures 7ft- by sft. Bin. at 17s 9d and 7ft. 4in. by sft. lOin. at 19s Gd and 22s 6d. 11/4 Measures Bft. Sin. by 7ft. Sin. at 22s 6d, 24s 6d, 28s 6d, and 31s. Thomson and Beattie (Ltd)., INVERCARGILL, GORE & OTAUTAU.
FOR Bargains Visit Masters’ CHEAP LECorner Dee and Don Streets.
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 6, 11 May 1907
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 6, 11 May 1907
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