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Adverts 1904 - 1909
1904/6
11
Clark, J C
14
Strachan, G M
7
Co-op
2
Swindall, W
9
Knight, C E
16
Tinkler, T E
8
Maypole Dairy Co.
17
Walker & Butcher
18
Nattrass, J
1
Walker & Everard
3
Patenall, William
4
Willmott, George
10
Skinner, G H
5
Wooding, Joseph
6+13
Smith, C
15
Woodman, Bob & Co
12
Smith, Walpole    
1908
14
Abbott, Jas M
3
Knight, T A
10
Beaverstock, H
15
Packwood, Alfred
14
Button, Percy
2
Powell, S
4
Chamberlain, C
11
Randall, J W
13
Clark, C
8
Rushden Steam Laundry
1
Cross, C
7
Swannell & Turlington
5
Deighton & Co.
12
Vorley, F
9
Gramshaw, A
6
Wooding Bros.

1909
4+5
Chattle, W
3
Lilley, H
1
Chettle, Wm
2
Tinkler, T
7
Cross C
6
Turland, F

Rushden Echo, 25th March 1904
1
Walker & Everard
Late Samuel Knight, jun.

Carpenters, Joiners, and Undertakers

Newton-Road, Rushden

The oldest established firm of undertakers in the District.

W & E Beg to thank the public for the support they have hitherto received and to assure the inhabitants of Rushden and the District that they will continue to conduct funerals on the most reasonable terms.

All orders receive careful, personal, and prompt attention.

N.B. Vehicles of every description at the Lowest Prices.

2
Emigration!

Canada, United States &c.

Tickets can be obtained from

W Swindall, shipping agent

30 Moor Road, Rushden.

3

Umbrellas Repaired and Recovered by

William Patenall

Rushden Hill and Higham Ferrers.


Rushden Echo, December 1905
5
Joseph Wooding
(Late H W Moon)

Fishmonger, Poulterer
and Rabbit Salesman

Large Selection of First-Class Quality

Turkeys
Geese
Ducks
Fowls
Rabbits

Note Address:
82 High Street, Rushden
Telephone No 7x3

6
Children’s Tonic

Blood, Bone and Flesh Forming

A new Restorative for
Weak and Delicate Children;
very palatable and easily assimilated.

Recommended as a General Tonic, to be
occasionally given to quick-growing Children.

Aid Digestion and Enriches the Blood

In bottles, 6d, 1/-, and 1/9.

C Smith M.P.S.

Dispensing Chemist
29 High Street, Rushden

4

Poultry

For Christmas

Geo. Willmott

Dairyman, Fruiterer, Confectioner and
Licensed Dealer in Game

High St., Rushden

Large Display of Turkeys, Geese
Ducks, Fowls, Pheasants, Hares and
Rabbits, all reliable and warrented young.

All Orders will receive our best attention.

7

Rushden Co-operative Society

Christmas Meat

As usual the society has catered liberally for the festive season. The Christmas show of meat at the three butchery departments (Queen-street, High-street South, and Wellingborough-road) comprises:-

Five pure bred Lincolns, bred and fed by
Mr R Battams, of Brampton Ash.

Three cross-bred runts from
Mr J Horton, of Kibworth.

A number of Down Sheep from
Mr Harris, Newton.

Prime Pork from Mr Harris and Members.

Turkeys, Geese, Fowls, etc.,
in large quantities.

8

“Maypole” Butter

is ALL Butter, and The Very Best Butter too.

“Maypole” Butter

is made under the careful supervision of the “Maypole” Company’s Own Experts, and is
sent at least twice every week direct to the 416 “Maypole” Branches throughout the Kingdom, thus absolutely ensuring freshness
and freedom from all contamination.

“Maypole” Butter

is guaranteed PURE and to be
the best possible QUALITY at the
MOST MODERATE PRICE.

Maypole Dairy Co Ltd

The Largest Manufacturers and Retailers of
Pure Dairy Butter in the World.

58 High Street, Rushden.

416 Branches throughout the Kingdom.

9

C E Knight & Son

Butchers
High Street, Rushden,

Wish to Call Attention to the fact

That they have secured the following:-

Two Grand Highland Scots
Fed on our own Farm.

Several Polled Angus and
Shorthorns and Devons.

Sheep—A Grand Lot of Suffolk Downs, Hampshires, Etc.

Specially Fed for Christmas.

A Splendid Lot of Bacon Pigs, Porkets, Etc., Etc.
From some of the Best Feeders in the County.

New Season HAMS and BACON,
cured by our Special Process.

All at the Lowest Possible Prices.

10
G H Skinner & Sons
Family Butchers, Rushden

Have their usual show of

Prime Christmas Beef

From Wellingborough and Thrapston Shows,

Also Prime Southdowns and Scotch

SHEEP, VEAL & PORK

11

John Chas. Clark

Carpenter, Joiner & Undertaker

64, Harborough Road, Rushden.

Funerals Completely Furnished.

Conveyances Provided.

12

Christmas Season

Walpole Smith

Pastry Cook and Confectioner

122 High St & Victoria Rd Rushden

Has a choice selection of

CHRISTMAS CAKES from 2/- each.

Fancy Boxes of CHOCOLATES in
large variety from 3d each and upwards.

Bon-bons and the Latest Novelties
suitable for the present season.

Pork Pies, Potted Beef, Mince Pies
and all kinds of Pastry and
Cakes of the Best Quality.

Wedding Cakes.

13
Back-Ache and Kidney Pills

1/- and 2/- Per Box

C Smith M.P.S., Chemist
High Street, Rushden

14

G M Strachan

Complete Funeral Furnisher

Works and Offices:-
Church Street, Rushden

Residence—17 Irchester Road, Rushden


Rushden Echo, March 1906

1906 advert
15
Thomas Tinkler's advert 1906 Walker & Butcher
16
17
Rushden Echo, April 1906
1906 advert
18

Rushden Echo, Jan/March 1908
2
Picture Framing
Best Mouldings
Best Designs
Best Workmanship
Lowest Possible Prices
S Powell, 128 High St, Rushden, R.S.O.
3
T A Knight,

Family Butcher & Poultry Dealer

New Laid Eggs, Home-Cured Hams
and Bacon, Lard and Sausage,
Fresh Dairy Butter.

Always a quantity of Live Poultry
on hand—Killed, pickled
and trussed
at the Shortest Notice.

High Street South, Rushden
(Opposite Wymington Road)

1
C Cross

“Echo” Office

Telephone 7Y5
123, High Street, Rushden

4
C Chamberlain

Painter, Paperhanger, House Decorator

14, Rectory Road, Rushden

All kinds of Glass repairs attended to at shortest notice. Estimates given.

5
P J Deighton and Co

Fruit, Potato and Onion Salesman

Hay and Chaff Merchants, etc, etc.

Depot:-
High Street, Rushden, Near Church.

6
Ask For
Ayde and Hinwood’s
Real Wiltshire Bacon

Fed and Cured only at
Malmesbury, Wiltshire

Has obtained many medals and
diplomas for excellence

Local Agents:

Wooding Bros. Grocers, Rushden

7
Joinery Works,

Sartoris Road, Rushden

Swannell & Turlington

Having taken over the above, are
prepared to execute all orders on the shortest notice.

Packing Cases and Boot Racks a speciality.

Estimates Free for all kinds of work.

8
The Rushden Steam Laundry

Allen Road

Under Entirely New Management

Lace Curtains

Cleaned, Dyed & Dressed Equal
to New (with dust resisting surface)

Under 2½yards 6d per pair

Over 3 yards 9d per pair

Gulpure, Swiss and Madras Muslin
Curtains, from 1/- per pair.

Frilled Muslin Curtains in First-class
Style, price as per Labour.

All other Laundry Work undertaken,
and correct despatch.

All communications to Manager
will receive prompt and
careful attention.

9
Reliable Furniture

Quality—Good enough for a Mansion
Price—Cheap enough for a Cottage

Are you requiring any FURNITURE?

If so, why not call and inspect our Stock.

We are sure to give you satisfaction.

A Gramshaw

The Feathers’ Hall
High, Street, Rushden.

10
A Great Success

The Celebrated “Three Anchor” Watches
From 2/11 each.

The Best Warranted
Timekeepers in the World

Call and See Them

Sole Agent for Rushden

H W Beaverstock
115 High Street, Rushden

11
Mr J W Randall,
teacher of the violin and mandolin, visits Rushden, Raunds and Stanwick.—For terms apply,
“Haydn House”, Kimbolton Road, Higham Ferrers.
12
F Vorley—Medical and Manufacturing Herbalist, the oldest Medical Herbalist in the county, 93, Duke-street, Rushden. British and Foreign Herbs, Roots, Barks, and Seeds always in stock. Choice stock of Herbal Compounds, Pills for all ills, in boxes from One Penny.
Teeth carefully extracted.
Orders attended to on the shortest notice.
Note: The advert left was in the
'Echo' in February 1908


Foster Vorley died in March 1908


13th November 1908
13
14
15

ROSE TREES

Hybrid Perpetuals, Trees,

Hybrid Teas & Climbers.

Currant and Gooseberry Bushes.

JAS. M. ABBOTT,

Bedford Road, Rushden.

16

FIREWOOD!

ALFRED PACKWOOD

Cartage Contractor, Coal and Coke merchant, Park Road, Rushden,

sells FIREWOOD that will split easily and burn well; and will deliver to any part of Rushden. Wood, ready split, for Splitting or Rough. Bundles in large or small quantities.

COAL supplied from all the principal Collieries at lowest cash prices.

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.


Rushden Echo, 1st January 1909
1
The Noted Shaving and Hairdressing Saloon and tobacconist’s shop – under entirely new management.
Choice selection of cigars,
cigarettes and tobaccos.
Wm Chettle, 24 Higham-road, Rushden.
2
T.E.Tinkler
practical watchmaker and jeweller,
removed to the
Old Restaurant,
opposite Succoth Chapel.
3
Boot Repairs – Send your repairs to H Lilley
78 Duck-street, Rushden. Patches neatly done by Singers’ Sewing Machine.
Rushden Echo, 2nd July 1909 Rushden Echo, 27th August 1909
4 THOUSANDS of bedding plants now ready for sale, comprising Geraniums, Marguerites, Fuschias, Lobelia, Asters. Stocks, various Annuals, Tomato, Cucumber & Marrow plants. Inspection invited.
Closed on Saturdays until sunset.—W. Chattle, High Street, Rushden.
5
Choice home-grown Tomatoes, Cucumbers and Grapes. Fresh-cut –
W Chattle, Cottage Garden Nursery, High Street, Rushden.

6
Rushden Echo, 17th September 1909

STEAMSHIP TICKETS issued to all parts of the World (Business of Pleasure). F TURLAND is fully licensed by all the principal companies. Sailings, Lists, Fares, and all information, apply, Market Place Wellingborough.


17th December 1909
7
THE FOLLOWING LIST will help you to fix upon a suitable Christmas present, and, remember, we have all these goods in stock in large and choice variety at the "Echo" Office, 123 High-street, Rushden.—Fountain pens at all prices, photo albums, Bibles, hymn books, Prayer-books, postcard albums, pocket diaries, wallets, fancy cabinets of stationary, money boxes, games of all kinds; books of poems, adventure, and biography; novels, works of fiction, purses, bags, photo frames, pocket books, wrist bags, children's books, toy books, work baskets, ladies' companions, and scores of other lines. Will you look in and talk it over with us? We can satisfy you.—C. Cross, “Echo” Office, Rushden.


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