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Advertising 1921 - 1923

INDEX
24
Ashford, Son & Co
3
Oberman, J H
8
Skinner, G H & Sons
12+26
Battersby's
18
O'Connor, J
25
Smith, Arthur
6
Bettles
27
Perrott & Lacy
31
Smith & Cottingham
7
Caswell, F
19
Phillips
28
Swindall, F W
1
Coates, J & Son
29
Poole, C F
13
Swindall, T
10
Holmes, A
5
Pope, T
25
Taylor
28
Holmes, A
2
Robinson, George
14
Twelftree, Mr & Mrs I
28
Lack Bros.
25
Rolfe, H
below
Vorley, J W
22
Lawrence & Richardson
27
Salvation Army
9
Warren, E
21
Leach, S G
30
Sanders, F W
17
Whitby, T & Son
11
Leeding, J G
4+20
Scroxton, Bert & Sons
15
Whittington & Tomlin
16
Linnitt, Edgar
23
Seckington, J & Son
25
Woolston, Ernest

1
Rushden Echo, March 11, 1921

Special value in
Air Guns for the boys from 4/9d;
Vacuum flasks 3/6d.
J. Coales and Son
158 Wellingborough Road, Rushden.


Rushden Echo, July 1921
Rushden Echo, 15th July 1921, transcribed by Kay Collins

3
J. H. OBERMAN

Electrical Engineer.

LIGHTING, POWER, 'PHONES, BELLS, ETC.

Country House Plants and Storage Batteries

Testing and Overhauling

Experienced Workmanship

— Best Materials Only —

SHOWROOM:
16, High Street, Higham Ferrers.
Stores: Coffee Tavern Lane, Rushden.

2
GEORGE ROBINSON,
CHAR-A-BANC PROPRIETOR
3, CHURCH STREET, RUSHDEN,

wishes to thank the public for the support given him during the time that he has been in business, and wishes to inform

Secretaries, Organisers of Outings, and others,
that he is now in a position to cater for
Char-a-banc Parties from 20 to 150.

If Secretaries, Promoters, and others will let him know the number of their party and the Route they wish to go, he will be pleased to give them an estimate.

4

ALL REMOVALS BY MOTOR

Quickest. Safest. Best.

100 Miles and Deliver same Day.

UP-TO-DATE VANS OF ALL SIZES.

GOOD DRY STORAGE

UP-TO-DATE MOTOR 'BUS
to carry 12 or 14 passengers

Bert Scroxton and Sons,
Tel. No. 138
Portland Road, Rushden.

5
WANTED !

PEOPLE IN RUSHDEN & DISTRICT

to know that T. POPE has commenced

to sell

W. POPE & Co.'s REMEDIES

For

HORSES, CATTLE, & PIGS.

In bottles: VITAFORTIS 2/6,
CROWN EMBROCATION 2/-, RED LOTION 2/-.

56, WASHBROOK-RD., RUSHDEN.

6
Any Quantity of Oak Billets for Sale.

Delivered in Rushden at 55/- per ton.

Apply

BETTLES
The Court Estate, Rushden.

7
F. CASWELL

Plumber, House Painter, and Decorator.

Wellingboro' Road, Rushden

Artistic Work at Reasonable Prices.

8
G. H. Skinner & Son,

FAMILY BUTCHERS,

HIGH ST. RUSHDEN,

PICKLED TONGUES, SAUSAGES, &c.

9
E. Warren
Family Butcher,
Pratt Road and Cromwell Road, RUSHDEN.

PRIME ENGLISH MEAT OF FINEST QUALITY.

TRY OUR NOTED SAUSAGES.

10
Don't Forget To Call And See

A. HOLMES

Bespoke Boot Maker,
38, Washbrook Road, Rushden,
For High-Class Boots and Shoes.

Made of the best material at greatly reduced prices.
All Boots made to measure. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Uppers cut to order. Repairs of all descriptions.

11
COMFORTABLE FOOTWEAR

J. G. LEEDING

BOOT AND SHOE RETAILER,

52, STATION ROAD, RUSHDEN.

REPAIRS—Superior workmanship at moderate charges.

Rubbers, Rimlets, Laces, and Polishes always available.

12
SUPERIOR

SHEEP TONGUES

10oz. net ... 1/10½.

BATTERSBY'S

HIGH STREET, RUSHDEN,

AND MARKET SQUARE, HIGHAM FERRERS

13
EMIGRATION

For Information respecting Emigration
to any part of the world, apply to

T. SWINDALL

Rushden Emigration Office,
28, Moor Road, Rushden,

Agent in this District for all the leading Shipping Companies.

Assisted Passages for Farm Labourers had,
Domestics to Canada, List and Prices on application.

14
Left-Off Clothing!

GOOD QUALITY BOUGHT FOR CASH

ALSO A QUANTITY FOR SALE.

Mr. & Mrs. I. Twelftree

178, Wellmgborough Road, RUSHDEN.

15
Whittington and Tomlin

CARPEKTERS, BUILDERS, AND UNDERTAKERS,

Queen Street, RUSHDEN.
'Phone: 80 Rushden.

Property Repairs of all descriptions.
Funeral Arrangements carried out promptly and efficiently.

Rushden Echo, 30th June 1922
17


T Whitby & Sons

6 Fitzwilliam St, Rushden

Engineers and Machinery Dealers,
Motor Carriers
and Haulage Contractors.

To the Public.
We wish to inform the Public that we have
taken over the Business carried on by

C H Scroxton

as Motor Haulage Contractors and General Carriers
between Rushden and Leicester,
and trust the Public will continue to favour us with their valued support.
The Business will be carried on at the above address
and at the yard at Portland-road, Rushden.

We assure you always of our best attention and remain,

Yours obediently,

T Whitby & Sons.

[this advert was in the paper in December too!]

16

Photographer and Miniature Artist

Edgar Linnitt

128, High Street

Sketch and Colour Work a Speciality

Expert in Children’s Studies
18

The Bootmaker

John O’Connor

194, Wellingboro’ Rd
and 66, Washbrook Rd.

Boys’ and girls’ strong School Boots; also
Boots and Shoes for Sunday wear.

Ladies’ and gents’ Boots from 16s. 6d. a pair.

All kinds of Leather and Grindery.

19
Phillips’

Great Summer Sale now proceeding.
21 days only.

1d. in the 1/- discount on all purchases,
Dress Remnants excepted.—High-street, Rushden.

20


Bert Scroxton and Sons

Wish the Public to understand that they have not disposed of their business to Mr Whitby, but are still carrying on at

14, Portland Rd, Rushden,

Where all enquiries will receive prompt attention.

[this advert was in the paper in December too!]

21

Tailor — Ladies’ & Gents’

S G Leach

147 Wellingborough Road

Gentlemen’s Outfitter
22

Motor Engineers

Lawrence and Richardson

Spencer Park Garage

Motor Cars and Motor Cycles of all Makes
Repairs executed with the utmost speed.

23

Seedsmen

To Allotment Holders:-

Native Guano

Testimonials and full Particulars
from the Authorised Agents:

J Seckington & Son

86, High Street

24

General Carters

Ashford, Son & Co.

71, Midland Road

Light or heavy haulages anywhere at moderate charges.
Good Billet Wood at £2 per load (Rushden, Higham, Irthlingboro’). Boards and Posts (all English wood) at
very low prices. Estimates Free for all kinds of work.
All orders promptly attended to.

Rushden Echo and Argus Friday 23rd June 1922
25
Wedding cakes, birthday cakes, pastries and fancy cakes for parties. Taylor, 132, High Street, Rushden. Orders promptly and carefully attended to.
H. Rolfe, Fishmonger and Fruiterer, 57 Cromwell Road, Rushden.
Seed potatoes, Arran Chief, Scotch Seed last year, also King Edwards, Ally Evergood and Early Eclipse. Agent for Yarde’s seeds.
Fresh supply of Fish Daily.
The Midland Hairdressing Saloon (near station) is the most up-to-date in the district – Arthur Smith, proprietor.
For High-class Tobaccos and Cigarettes try
Ernest Woolston, Wellingborough Road, Rushden.

26 Rushden Echo & Argus, 28th July 1922

Oregon Plums

1/2 per lb.

G W Battersby
High Street, Rushden,
and Market Square, Higham Ferrers.

26a

Rushden Echo, 23rd February 1923
27

Perrott and Lacey
Photographers

Higham Road Studio, Rushden

Artistic Portraits in Varied Styles to

Suit Individual Tastes.

Permanent reproductions of old and faded photographs.

Enlargements to any size at moderate prices.

The Salvation Army

Saturday February 24th at 8p.m.

Special Musical Programme

And Presentation of New Instruments

Chair to be taken by Mr C W Evans

Instruments to be presented by Mr J White.


28 Rushden Echo, 23rd March 1923

High-Class Butchers

F W Swindall, 81 Moor Road.

Purveyor of High-class Meat. Orders solicited. Prompt deliveries daily to all parts of the town.

Bespoke Bootmaker

Arthur Holmes
38 Washbrook Road.

Hand Sewn and Ladies’ High-Legged Boots a Apeciality.

Lack brothers,
62 Moor Road.

To and From Northampton daily. We assure you of our best attention.


Rushden Echo, 9th March 1923
29
1923 advert
C F Poole traded at 93-95 High Street
until at least 1940
Rushden Echo, 15th June 1923
30
F W Sanders’ Garage next to “Wagon and Horses,” High-street South. Motor Car and Motor Cycle overhauls a speciality.

Rushden Echo, 5th October1923
31
Smith & Cottingham


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